After the bombing, their father, Keith Coverdale, walked the streets holding photos of his smiling children, asking if anyone had seen them.
Wow, they have been at this PsyOp for a long time, huh? It even has the extremely familiar patterns of "lovingly horrible" cuff-linked clowns we should love because they are "wild" (read: as psychotic as their inventors).
running over his puppy with his walker or spitting green beans at his mother, all he had to do was smile and his parents’ hearts would melt. He was curious and enjoyed seeing new people and things, and he was always happy and laughing."
KEVIN “LEE” GOTTSHALL II: "Whether he was pulling down his curtains,
Sounds like not a small handful of the "clowning" brokers said to have perished in 9/11. Oh those rambunctious sociopaths! Gotta love em! No, seriously, you have to love us or we'll brand you a terrorist.
You could almost look at these two operations as strange reflections of each other.
Avoid the bad independent community full of scary things that the government wants to set on fire (Waco). Check out these loyal working class people, simply overjoyed to have an office job, that bad community-minded folks want to blow up (Oklahoma
). Incidentally, one translation from an Oklahoman language of the (extremely
lingually diverse) original inhabitants, of the word Oklahoma
itself, is said to translate as — like a large amount of the states of the United States — "red people" or even "friend" or another self-identifier or something in between. Whereas "Waco" sounds close to "wacko" (i.e.; nutter/nutjob/loony). Were these chosen for psychological reasons?
The hero/villain is a "necessarily stern" government, and the villain/hero is resistance to it.
It's a PsyOp to control, measure and divide the population into demographics based on loyalty to the technocratic crony colonialism of the contemporary fiefdom. They wanted to know who to target, clone, and fotoshoop into the next "wild loner bomber" we are all to throw tomatoes at.
Check out this FBI report in 2000, after their 90's PsyOp experiments and just prior to their big 9/11 party.
http://permanent.access.gpo.gov/lps3578 ... egiddo.pdf
You gotta love their statement cited as page 57 of Jeffrey Kaplan's Radical Religion in America
and placed at the end of the Wickedpeddler article on the Waco massacre:
History has shown that groups that seek to withdraw from the dominant culture seldom act on their beliefs that the endtime has come unless provoked.
Of course, the rest of the FBI Megiddo paper sets up the premise that withdrawing from dominant culture means you are probably a cult member and/or leader. Ha! Okay, so that means dominant cult
ure shares no qualities with the dominated
cult, is that what we're meant to believe? Whew.
But to then associate all cults with an endtime belief is just crass. Quite revealing of the attitude of the paper, though. Too bad the FBI didn't "figure out" in their essay that there was a cult in their own midst that was putting the finishing touches on a bullshit 9/11 cover story. Oh, but that's because the FBI isn't an extremist cult at all! It's a dominant
The "challenge" issued by the document is to make sure law enforcement "handles" groups that believe in crazy things like conspiracies of male groups vying for control of the whole world. Ahem. Where would such loonies get the idea that's
been happening for all of known history?
They also target believers in the "New World Order" (which they limit in definition to the takeover of American bases by UN forces — the same NWO theory sometimes espoused by Alex Jones followers — and which doesn't resemble more prosaic every day sorts of "conspiracies" that we've already proven exist) and they naively try to tie as much as possible to the year 2000.
It's obviously not the height of the FBI's intelligence operations. Instead, it seems to serve as a training manual and/or psychological weapon to use upon
low-level law enforcement types who need motivation to beat in someone's skull. They admit over and over that most groups are harmless, even when/if the FBI were to provoke them
. So it could also
be read, unfortunately, as the FBI boasting
that the U.S. military has totally cowed any potential revolutionaries before they can put a stop to the insane and paranoid civilian-targeted policies that some freaky cult within the U.S. military is now leading. Where is the FBI report on that
(Incidentally, Simon and SacredCowSlayer, great work sifting through these absurd things. In case we end up causing another military "wall of tears" to disappear (which wouldn't at all be a bad thing) we may want to save their images and re-upload them lest we continue to run into the broken link issue. I know it's an annoying practice, but it continues to be a useful habit going forward.)
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