A history of the U.S. government’s war on its people

There is plenty of evidence that governments provoke and create plots to manipulate situations in their favor. Certainly the U.S. is no exception.

Western culture has been so sedated by state worship propaganda, the organized church and “democracy” that they can’t believe that they live under the influence of an evil empire. Modern propaganda has reached such a state of sophistication that there are few people left who can discern that manipulation of the people is a way of life in America.

But the system does have its change agents and agents provocateurs. Agents provocateurs actually worm into situations and plant evidence, create strife and commit murder. The press accommodates by making it all appear spontaneous and the work of revolutionaries, misfits and crackpots.

The assassination of John F. Kennedy was the work of organized crime at the highest political level, but it was manipulated and imputed to a lone gunman by the Warren Commission. The American people could do nothing but accept it, mostly in disbelief, even though they knew the Warren Commission and the House Select Committee on Assassinations overlooked, ignored or just plain covered up many leads that could have named the assassins and those involved in the conspiracy.

Another example of federal-engineered terrorism was demonstrated in the 1965 murder of civil rights marcher Viola Liuzzo by Gary Rowe, a paid FBI informer.

The July 10, 1995 National Review reported, “The 1978 investigation implicated Rowe as an agent provocateur, and he was accused of helping plant the bomb that killed four black girls in a Birmingham church in 1963.”

The Klansmen accused in the Liuzzo case admitted that they had seen Rowe kill Liuzzo. In 1978, an Alabama grand jury indicted Rowe for first-degree murder. Rowe had moved to Georgia and in 1980 a Federal judge blocked extradition to Alabama, asserting, “A Federal agent has rights that protect him when placed in a compromising position because of his undercover work.”

The federal judge’s ruling was upheld by a federal appeals court and exempted Rowe from any number of possible criminal charges in Alabama. In 1990, an internal FBI file came to light which acknowledged that Rowe had led attacks on Freedom Riders, clubbing them with a lead-weighted baseball bat.

Following is a list of events in which various agents of the U.S. government were physically and financially involved in revolution and murder.

A January 10, 1976 Associated Press report stated: “The FBI created and funded a … group called the Secret Army Organization (SAO)…” The SAO was described as a, “centrally designed and externally financed infrastructure designed for terror and sabotage… These acts were sanctioned by the nation’s most powerful and highly respected law enforcement agency.”

The San Diego Union reported that the top SAO leader, Howard Berry Godfrey, was paid the expenses of the secret army, recruited new members, supplied the explosives, and picked out targets. The newspaper reported that Godfrey was paid by the FBI and was their informer.

On February 11, 1976, the late congressman Larry McDonald inserted evidence into the Congressional Record (pages E-617-619) documenting how U.S. terrorist groups were actually being funded and controlled by the federal government. The government secretly funded a section of the Weather Underground Organization which was repeatedly involved in terrorist activities — including bombings, arson and murder. Weather Underground bomber William Ayers, after 10 years on the lamb for his part in setting a bomb (that failed to explode) and later having the case against him dropped, became mentor to Barack Obama and wrote his memoirs for him.

In 1979 in Greensboro, North Carolina, a combined group of Klansmen and Nazis were involved in a shoot-out with members of the Communist Workers Party, which resulted in five dead Reds. In the 1980 trial that followed it was revealed that Bernard Butkovich, an agent for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) had, before the shoot-out, suggested a variety of illegal acts. Witnesses said that the BATF agent, ‘urged members to buy equipment to convert semi-automatic guns to fully-automatic weapons, and offered to procure explosives, including hand grenades…’” (July 15, 1980, Washington Post, as quoted in Youth Action News, Alexandria, Virginia, August 1995.)

In the 1980s a man named Randy Weaver crossed the FBI’s radar screen after a neighbor with whom he had a land dispute wrote letters to the federal government and local law enforcement claiming Weaver had threatened to the kill the Pope and Ronald Reagan. For the next several years, BATF agents attempted to entrap Weaver or get him to work as an informant.

They finally entrapped him — as an Idaho jury found — when they bought shotguns from him, sawed them off below the legal limit and accused Weaver of selling illegal weapons. He was indicted in December 1990, one of the first to fall victim to the FBI’s PATCON (Patriot Conspiracy) operation designed to infiltrate patriot organizations and radicalize them into planning or committing acts of terror so the FBI could round them up.

The federal court system then went to work on Weaver’s case. He was cited for failure to appear in court when he missed a court date that didn’t match the one on a letter sent to him and his court-appointed attorney (an attorney with whom Weaver had no communication).

In 1992 U.S. marshals dressed in camouflage and equipped with night vision goggles and M16 rifles surrounded Weaver’s cabin and began to search for a place to ambush and arrest him. Marshalls shot the family dog and then engaged in a shootout with Weaver’ son and a family friend in which the younger Weaver was killed.

FBI agents then laid siege on the Weaver compound with the green light to shoot on sight. FBI agent Lon Horiuchi (who later appeared at the Branch Davidian siege) took the orders to heart, shooting Weaver in the back as he made his way to a shed where his son’s dead body lay, and Weaver’s wife, Vicki, in the head as she stood inside the cabin holding her 10-month-old baby.

In 1993 the BATF raided the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas in order to arrest by force leader David Koresh on phony gun charges, even though the FBI had infiltrated the Davidians and knew of Koresh’s comings and goings. A gun battle erupted that killed six Davidians and four government agents. The FBI then laid siege to the compound for 51 days until Attorney General Janet “Johnny Waco” Reno ordered a military-style assault complete with tanks wielding incendiary devices that immolated dozens of people including women and children.

For at least four months prior to the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, the FBI knew the bombing was imminent. That’s because then U.S. Attorney Eric Holder (who later became deputy AG under Reno and Attorney General for Barack Obama) authorized the FBI to provide explosives to Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols to blow the building up. After the bombing, Holder ordered Nichols to retrieve any remaining explosives. But another agency found the explosives first and they contained not only McVeigh’s and Nichols’ fingerprints, but those of two FBI agents as well. Nichols was saved from the death penalty by Holder in exchange for cooperation and assistance retrieving the explosives.

McVeigh had been fingered as a possible patsy by FBI agents who had infiltrated Elohim City as part of PATCON. Witnesses also claimed McVeigh had at least one accomplice with him when he parked the truck, and four separate surveillance cameras aimed at the front of the building were inoperative at the time of the explosion, according to the FBI.

The New York Times of September 15, 1995 reported that FBI chemist Frederic Whitehurst complained that the FBI doctored evidence in the first World Trade Center case and in the 1991 trial of Walter L. Moody who was convicted of mail-bomb killings, including the murder of federal judge Robert S. Vance.

Transcripts of hundreds of hours of taped conversations with informants revealed that law enforcement officials – including the FBI – knew in advance of the first WTC bombing operation that terrorists were building a bomb and officials planned to thwart the plot by substituting harmless powder for the explosives, but the FBI’s informant, Emad A. Salem “messed it up.” Salem continued to be used as an FBI operative for several years.

The “official” story of 9/11 – that a cave-dwelling former CIA asset operating out of an area that is as deserted as a moonscape created a plan that circumvented the world’s greatest surveillance apparatus with 19 operatives living in the U.S. on expired visas who learned how to fly planes (but not land them) and then overpowered four plane-loads of passengers with box cutters and then flew those planes in circuitous routes before driving them the Twin Towers and the Pentagon while NORAD sat around twiddling its thumbs and so surprising federal agencies that it was not even thought a possible scenario – is a story so unbelievable that not even the co-chairs of the 9/11 Commission coverup Report believed what they wrote. Several of the hijackers were being tracked before the attacks by both FBI agents and agents from Israel’s Mossad. Several of the purportedly dead hijackers have since turned up on multiple occasions in multiple locations.

Yet despite the outlandishness of the entire 9/11 narrative, the American public laps it up without question and immediately labels anyone who does question it a nut and “conspiracy theorist.”

In fact, 9/11 was created by the Deep State as a catalyst for the U.S. to invade Middle Eastern countries in order to establish U.S. hegemony on behalf of Israel and Saudi Arabia and as outlined in a Council on Foreign Relations document, Project for a New American Century. 

Since 9/11 the FBI has facilitated, created or funded almost every so-called terrorist attack on U.S. soil through the use of patsies, including, but not limited to, a would-be suicide bomber who was intercepted on his way to the Capitol; a scheme to bomb synagogues and shoot Stinger missiles at military aircraft in Newburgh, N.Y.; a plot to fly explosive-laden model planes into the Pentagon and the Capitol; use of a car bomb to attack a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland; the Boston Marathon bombing and the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.

Not only does the FBI manufacture terrorists, it has a long habit of lying about and even covering up evidence in all manner of criminal cases.

So terrorism in the U.S. is an overhyped, if not manufactured, threat. Meanwhile, the very real threat to Americans posed by U.S. law enforcement is mostly ignored.

This list is far from exhaustive. All of these “attacks” and plots are used to undermine the confidence and feeling of security of the American people in order to get them to go along with more wars and enable the passage of liberty-stealing laws “to keep them safe.”

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