FBI yet again foils their own fake terrorist plot

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    At this point I wish I could laugh at the absurdly obvious nature of the federal government’s involvement in the manufacture of domestic terrorism, but unfortunately it is far too serious a matter.

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    This is like watching overplayed re runs on tv. If the threat of terrorism is so menacing that our only hope of safety is giving up our constitutional republic in favor of a militarized police state control grid then why does the government feel the need to keep inventing these terrorists and terrorist plots?

    Maybe the answer lies in the need for government to exploit crisis in order to maintain control of the masses and when there is no real crisis the next best thing is to invent one.

    Okay how many here bought into this latest FBI created terror hoax?
     
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    If the FBI Both Planned and Thwarted a Terrorist Attack, Who's the Hero?

    A 21-year-old Bangladeshi man tried and failed to blow up the Federal Reserve Building in downtown Manhattan on Wednesday, largely thanks to the efforts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. That "thanks" ought to be attached both to the "tried" and the "failed" parts of that sentence, since it was the FBI that not only coaxed the suspect, Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, into moving forward with the bombing but also supplied him with the means to do so. Don't worry. The Feds know what they're doing. They do this all the time.

    Nafis is just another terrorist. He arrived in the United States in January ambitious like a lot of immigrants. Except his ambition wasn't to open a small business or work his way up the ladder of an American company. He wanted to "destroy America," according to a statement he wrote to claim responsibility for the terrorist attack he would inevitably attempt to carry out. However, it's unclear if he would've gotten as far as he did without help from undercover FBI agents.

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    If the FBI Both Planned and Thwarted a Terrorist Attack, Who's the Villain?
     
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