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Canadian Terror Wave: a Modern-Day Gladio

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by poncho, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

    Mar 30, 2004
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    As warned, after multiple staged incidents used to ratchet up fear and paranoia in the build-up to US and its allies’ military intervention in Syria and Iraq, at least two live attacks have now been carried out in Canada – precisely as they were predicted.

    The first attack involved a deadly hit-and-run that left one Canadian soldier dead. AP would report in its article, “Terrorist ideology blamed in Canada car attack,” that:

    A young convert to Islam who killed a Canadian soldier in a hit-and-run had been on the radar of federal investigators, who feared he had jihadist ambitions and seized his passport when he tried to travel to Turkey, authorities said Tuesday.

    The second, most recent attack, involved a shooting in Ottawa injuring several and killing another Canadian soldier on parliament Hill. RT in its article, “Ottawa gunman ‘identified’ as recent Muslim convert, high-risk traveler,” would report that:

    While the name of the Ottawa gunman is yet to be announced, a number of officials told numerous media that the shooter is believed to be Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a recent Muslim convert, allegedly designated as a high-risk traveler.

    Michael Zehaf-Bibeau was born in Quebec as Michael Joseph Hall north of Montreal, two US officials told Reuters, claiming that American law enforcement agencies have been advised that the attacker recently converted to Islam.

    AP sources also identified the man to be Zehaf-Bibeau. A Twitter account associated with Islamic State militants tweeted a photo they identified as the Ottawa shooter. The Globe and Mail reports that the shooter was designated a “high-risk traveler” by the Canadian authorities with his passport seized.

    Clearly, both suspects were under the watch of not only Canadian authorities, but also US investigators, before the attacks.

    Read More At: http://www.globalresearch.ca/canadian-terror-wave-a-modern-day-gladio/5409455
  2. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

    Mar 30, 2004
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    This is another thread on the same subject.


    What's happening here is the author of the thread is "framing the debate".

    Instead of asking the important obvious questions, who are these guys? Who are they linked to? Are they working as "informants" for an intelligence agency like the guys in all those FBI "stings"? He wants us to focus on Obama and the democrats. In other words he's trying to "lead the herd" away from what's really important.

    The real debate isn't about Obama or the democrats or what Obama thinks. Who cares what he thinks?

    Who are these guys and who stands to gain the most from their activities?

    As we've already seen the biggest "winner" is the Canadian government as it will now get more money, more power and more control.

    To "solve" the problem.

    Canadian's won't be any safer for it but it will be easier for their government to spy on them, arrest them without warrants, keep them locked up indefinitely and so on.

    They'll be encouraged to spy on each other and turn in a "suspicious" acting neighbor to the "authorities".

    Same as our government has done here.

    Problem Reaction Solution.

    Cui Bono? Who benefits?

    Some folks would rather have us all focusing on things that don't matter like what Obama thinks instead of who is going to benefit from this latest "crisis" and what it is going to cost us all in terms of lost freedoms and capital (more government debt)?

    Here's a real question for a real debate . . .

    Does the solution always have to come in the form of a bigger more intrusive government, or are there other solutions out there that would increase our security and protect our freedoms from a rapidly expanding authoritarian state?
    #2 poncho, Oct 23, 2014
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