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Another FBI Hatched Terror Plot – Heritage Foundation Supports Fake Terror – CISPA Lies – Rand Paul Campaigns to End the TSA – Police Drug Occupiers

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Kurt Nimmo
May 2, 2012

The Heritage Foundation has come out in favor of the FBI’s “counterterrorism” strategy of arranging fake terror attacks. On the day after the FBI convinced a gaggle of “anarchists” to blow up a Cleveland bridge with an inoperable bomb provided by one of its agents provocateurs, the “New Right” think tank funded by CIA asset Richard Mellon Scaife and beer magnate Joe Coors posted an article supporting this dubious anti-terror effort.

photoVandals parading as anarchists are such a threat we have to surrender the Bill of Rights.

“The best defense against all manners of terrorist threats, Islamist-inspired or otherwise, is to stop them before they occur by developing and maintaining effective counterterrorism, intelligence, and information-sharing programs. Thus, by employing an all-threats approach to counterterrorism, the Department of Homeland Security can protect against the many varied terrorist threats posed against the U.S.,” writes Jessica Zuckerman for the Heritage Foundation.

In fact, minus the FBI’s involvement, the motley crew arrested earlier this week would have not secured what they thought was a bomb and would have remained little more than a nuisance along with other so-called “anarchists,” who are in fact property vandals with vague and confused anarcho-communist ideas of smashing capitalism and confronting the police (who they often work for).

Not surprisingly, the neocons at the Heritage Foundation remain focused on supposed Islamic terror despite overwhelming evidence that the vast majority of supposed Islamic plots in the United States are shepherded by the FBI. In fact, Islamic terror ranks low on the list of threats facing Americans (they are more likely to fall victim to tornados, lightning, floods, swimming and automobile accidents, and other mundane yet tragic occurrences that claim tens of thousands of lives every year in the United States).

In February, a North Carolina research group concluded that homegrown terrorism by radicalized Muslim Americans is a distant threat at best. Of about 14,000 murders in the United States last year, not a single one resulted from Islamic extremism, according to Charles Kurzman, the author of the report for the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security. In fact, the threat of Islamic-inspired terrorism has declined since September 11, 2001.

The FBI is the main progenitor of Islamic terrorist threats in the United States. “Critics say the FBI is running a sting operation across America, targeting – to a large extent – the Muslim community by luring people into fake terror plots,” a report posted by the Guardian noted last year.

“FBI agents and informants target not just active jihadists, but tens of thousands of law-abiding people, seeking to identify those disgruntled few who might participate in a plot given the means and the opportunity. And then, in case after case, the government provides the plot, the means, and the opportunity,” Trevor Aaronson wrote last year for Mother Jones.

The Heritage Foundation supports this highly dubious form of entrapment masquerading as counterterrorism. In order to “protect against all threats,” including clueless wanna-be anarchists, the outfit funded by CIA operative Scaife would like to see the unconstitutional Patriot Act continue indefinitely. It also supports building a “domestic counterterrorism framework,” in other words the high-tech police state surveillance network now going into place.

Since its inception, the FBI has served as the establishment’s political police apparatus, a fact revealed in the mid-70s during the Senate’s Church Committee hearings that stripped the veneer off COINTELPRO, the FBI’s covert war against political enemies of the state.

It is no mistake the FBI’s bust of supposed anarchists in Cleveland was timed to coincide with events planned for May Day by the Occupy Wall Street movement. Since all efforts to compromise and break the movement and turn it into a harmless cheering section for the Democrat party failed – in much the same way the Republicans domesticated the Tea Party – the political elite have resorted to Plan B: destroying the movement from the inside out. The FBI bust and subsequent corporate media coverage demonizing anarchism (which most Americans know almost nothing about) and linking it to OWS is behavior right out of the COINTELPRO handbook.

Considering the level of political disenchantment and disenfranchisement in America, it will be difficult for the government to take down the OWS movement. This will not, however, prevent the FBI – and the Department of Homeland Security, the latest appendage of the national security state – from continuing its effort to destroy more radical elements (for instance, activists who are determined to end the Federal Reserve) and roll the rest into the establishment’s political tent.



Despite growing protests, the House passed Cyber Intelligence Sharing
and Protection Act (CISPA) last Thursday, 248-168. The House ignored
you and bought the hype. You can see how your Representative voted:

The bill, and the process in passing it, was a fraud. And, like the
Iraq War and NDAA, it seems the House EAGERLY WANTED to be lied to
about CISPA.

Your so-called “representatives” are monkeys who can see no evil and
hear no evil (they can still speak evil, unfortunately).

But our numbers are growing, and the fight isn’t over. Let’s get to
the root of the issue, as we DC Downsizers are prone to do.’s Read the Bills Act protects you from Congressional
fraud. <>

As it turns out, we NEEDED it in the fight against CISPA.

And that’s why I wrote this letter to my Representative and

The Read the Bills Act would have exposed the lies that led to the
House passing the CISPA “cybersecurity” bill (HR 3523).

I’ll name just two of the lies.

Lie #1: The House Majority Whip’s website said that the CISPA vote
would take place on Friday, April 27.

Instead, on Thursday, the vote was unexpectedly moved up to that
evening, less than an hour after amendments were passed.

Why the rush?

Isn’t this exactly the kind of stunt Republican leaders used to
complain about when the Democrats controlled the House?

Yes, it is.

Lie #2: CISPA is about cybersecurity.

The Quayle Amendment exposes this lie. It essentially changed the very
purpose of the bill, by expressly permitting the federal government to
use the information it collects to investigate certain crimes that
have absolutely NOTHING to do with cybersecurity.

At first impression, the Quayle Amendment seemed to set some limits on
the feds. But in reality it broadened CISPA’s purpose and scope.
). This means…

If you voted for the Quayle Amendment and for the bill as a whole, you
have admitted that CISPA was never really about cybersecurity at all.

CISPA is a scheme to allow the feds to collect and use more of my
personal data.

How, then, can I trust the legislative process?

How can I trust anyone in Congress?

And if you voted for it, how can I trust you?

I can’t. You can begin to redeem yourself by introducing and passing
the Read the Bills Act.

Under RTBA, final votes on bills will be voted on at least seven days
after all amendments have been considered — instead of mere minutes.

And, the seven-day period gives the public time to express their
opinions to you. Final versions of bills would be posted online.

Most importantly, it would give members of Congress time to read
bills. In fact, it would require that they have read the bills for
which they intend to vote YES. After all, why should I be accountable
to know and follow laws that you haven’t even read?

The RTBA might well have prevented swindles like CISPA. If you’d like
to earn my trust, introduce the Read the Bills Act.



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