A front-line in the battle against the “terronoia-take over.”
by Tony Cartalucci
March 13, 2011
Portland Oregon based Media Monarchy  recently tweeted a video of We Are Change  activists taking to their local city hall demanding that their city remain out of the FBI’s Joint Terrorist Task Force (JTTF). In 2005 , Portland became the first city in the United States to opt-out of the FBI’s JTTF over concerns it would threaten civil liberties.
regarding the JTTF have been nearly 100% against joining the FBI’s scheme.
The renewed push to reconsider this decision comes on the back of December 2010’s FBI fake-terror stunt involving a “Muslim” teen who was approached, trained, and equipped to carry out a terrorist attack aimed at Portland’s annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The bomb supplied to Mohamed Osman Mohamud was inactive and he was arrested shortly after attempting to remote detonate it.
The globalists’ hopes that this story would go away were dashed as alternative media outlets like Media Monarchy and activists like We Are Change, and the good people of the City of Portland themselves, have doggedly resisted the FBI’s attempt to reassert itself under the cover of what Media Monarchy calls “terronoia.”
Indeed, as previously reported , the FBI itself seems to pose the greatest threat as it sneaks around constructing and detonating bombs, allowing an inert device to be delivered next to a public crowd of thousands, all resulting in a high-profile arrest leaving the Mayor of Portland looking humiliatingly ignorant. This is an agency with an agenda, not an agency performing its duties. Portland’s Mayor Sam Adams should be thankful the FBI didn’t decide to go with real explosives as they did in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing  in order to make their point and expand Federal control over the American people.
What special skills the FBI offers that Portland police lack, or how Portland police could have “foiled” a bomb plot hatched from start to finish by the FBI in the first place, are all questions that remain unanswered by the JTTF’s proponents and undermine not just the JTTF’s legitimacy, but the legitimacy of the extra-legal Department of Homeland Security and the US federal government itself.