Thursday, June 26, 2014

New Axis of Evil ( Fear mongers ) Holder / Graham and Cheney on display ( June 26 , 2014 ) ....... Once again , don't doubt for a second that scaring the public and False Flag ops are anything but bipartisan operations ......

Speaking of Homegrown Terrorists: Tricky Dick Cheney Predicts a “massive attack on the homeland”

Kimberly Paxton
www.TheDailySheeple.com
June 25th, 2014
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I don’t know about you, but when multiple politicians begin to warn us of terrorist attacks, I get an itchy little feeling that the warning is dire indeed…that something is definitely coming…but that the actual terrorists are not the people they are warning us about.
Could the real homegrown terrorists please stand up?
First of all, Eric Holder launched his terrorism task force. Pretty much anyone that is not a liberal Democrat has been painted as a right-wing extremist and potential “homegrown” terrorist. Then, last week, Senator Lindsay Graham gave an impassioned little monologue on Face the Nation where he called a terror attack by Syria or Iraq “inevitable.”  He said, “According to our own Director of National Intelligence, FBI Director, the next 9/11 is coming from here.” An ad appeared on Craigslist seeking crisis actors in Houston on July 4th.
Now, the terribly unsavory former Vice President and convicted war criminal DICK Cheney has added his voice to the chorus of impending doom.
 Former Vice President Dick Cheney on Tuesday predicted there would be an attack on the United States within the next decade that is “far deadlier” than the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
“I doubt it,” Cheney told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, when asked if he thinks the U.S. would “get through this decade” without another “massive attack on the homeland.”
“I think there will be another attack. And the next time, I think it’s going to be far deadlier than the last one. Imagine what would happen if somebody could smuggle a nuclear device, put it in a shipping container, and drive it down the beltway outside Washington, D.C.” (source)
Thanks, DICK.  You really couldn’t make it any more obvious that a major false flag event is in the works.
Whatever is coming, it’s going to be huge. A lot of people are going to die in horrific ways. Ghastly pictures will be plastered all over the news to reinforce the awful event and make certain it is foremost in the minds of America.  The Ministry of Propaganda mainstream media will diligently traumatize people like it’s their job. (Because, you know, it is.) Someone will be painted as the boogeyman and we’ll have a new enemy to hate.
And while everyone is afraid, wars of vengeance  (that are actually to line the pockets of those who are already wealthy) will be declared, legislation will be written and hastily passed, and rights are going to be lost.  What’s coming will make the unPatriot Act look like a wholehearted endorsement of our unalienable rights in comparison.
It’s coming…and we have to look at every event with skepticism if we wish to know the real culprit. The real terrorists are probably spending about half of their time in our nation’s capital. It doesn’t get more “homegrown” than that.
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False Flag events occur all the time unfortunately.....


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1984 arrives 30 years late: Teacher fired for questioning Sandy Hook

1984 arrives 30 years late: Teacher fired for questioning Sandy Hook


by Jim Fetzer


“Adam Heller, shown in this 2009 yearbook photo, was an English teacher at Fox Lane High School in Bedford, New York before school officials, worried he was mentally unstable, fired him in May”–USA TODAY

Teacher fired over Sandy HookThe anti-gun agenda of the Obama administration is being advanced on several fronts, some of which are blatant and absurd, others more subtle and deceptive.
A tenured teacher has now been fired for expressing the opinion that the government may have been behind the shooting–in private email correspondence–and for his ownership of legal firearms, undermining the 1st, 2nd and 4th Amendments.
The target, Adam Heller, has had an exemplary record but was removed for his expression of beliefs at variance with the “official account” of what happened at Sandy Hook on 14 December 2012.
This case illustrates the ominous consequences of the “mental health” dimension of the anti-gun agenda that Eric Holder and Barack Obama are so aggressively pursuing. Adam Heller is an ordinary, hard-working and dedicated American, who could be you or me.

Some background on Sandy Hook


Press TV contacted me to do an interview about an article on huffingtonpost.com, which provided an opportunity for me to explain some of the elements of the Sandy Hook hoax for an international audience. For those who may not be current with the latest research on Sandy Hook, it offers a concise summary:
The article even includes a live link to“Sandy Hook Redux: Obama officials confirm that it was a drill and no children died”, which brings an important study about what actually happened and how we know to a world-wide audience who might otherwise have missed it.  But there is new and ominous development.

Teacher fired over Sandy Hook


The ultimate exemplification of the Holder/Obama gun-control/mental health agenda is the recent firing of a high school English teacher, Adam Heller, who had an exemplary record, but who incurred the wrath of the School Superintendent, Jere Hochman, who concluded he suffered from “mental illness” for believing the government was involved in Sandy Hook:
“Due to an apparent mental illness, it would create an undue risk to the safety of the students and faculty of the Bedford Central School District if you were permitted to return to your duties,” wrote Hochman.
According to court documents, Heller, a Pound Ridge, New York resident, acquired a Russian military rifle on Dec. 14, 2012, the day Adam Lanza gunned down 20 elementary school children and six adults at the Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecticut.
That same month, Heller began having online conversations with Georgia O’Connor, described in court documents as a “medium,” about government conspiracies.
During these conversations, Heller expressed “concerns about government power and corruption, including the potential use by the government of technology to effect weather patterns and nationwide conspiracies,” according to court documents.
USA TODAY reports that O’Connor, with whom he had exchanged some 540 emails, became concerned about his well-being and contacted the FBI, which in turn contacted Bedford Police Chief William Hayes, who subsequently confronted Heller but with whom Heller was cooperative and cordial.
The evidence does not appear to support the decision to terminate Heller’s position as a tenured teacher at Fox Lane High School in Westchester County, New York, among the nation’s wealthiest counties. Consider, for example,  the result of a mental health investigation, which was reported in a lengthy article about this case:
Give a clean bill of health
Heller was charged with misconduct, conduct unbecoming of a teacher and incompetence due to mental illness. But, while his beliefs about Sandy Hook may not be shared by others in the school system, his conclusion the government was involved appears to be justifiable based upon the available evidence.
His attorney, Michael Sussman, has filed suit on behalf of Adam, contending that the decision to fire him should be vacated because of the decision maker’s “evident partiality” and the imposed penalty “is not proportionate and is otherwise arbitrary and capricious”. He seems to have a point.

Thought control is the new standard


One of the more intriguing aspects of this case is that, while USA TODAY claims that the initial notification came from O’Connor to the FBI, she denies that she provided any such information about her private email exchanges with Heller. Officials have been unwilling to be more specific, but I strongly suspect that they came from the NSA’s surveillance.
Since a subcommittee of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs reported on 3 October 2012 that, based upon its review of 680 fusion center studies, where “fusion centers” merge federal, state and local anti-terrorist activity, gathered between 2009-10, had yielded not a single instance of domestic terrorism, officials have been at their wits end to justify the surveillance program.
That appears to be the explanation behind the spate of contrived and fabricated events, including the Sandy Hook hoax and the Boston bombing as well as more recent incidents in Santa Barbara, Seattle and Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, which affords a nice example of what is going on:
A chilling portrait of a man obsessed with guns and anti-government rhetoric began to emerge as people in this eastern Canadian city struggled to reconcile the knowledge that the person charged with murdering three Mounties was the same one who had seemingly lived quietly among them.
Justin Bourque, 24, was caught and charged with three murders and two attempted murders Friday, ending a 30-hour manhunt that closed schools, forced residents to hide inside their homes and paralyzed Moncton with fear. He appeared briefly in court Friday after he was charged in the second deadliest attack on the Royal Canadian Mountain Police nearly 130 years.
But as neighbors of his parents and others who knew Bourque spoke of a quiet man from a well-liked, religious Catholic family that home-schooled its children, recent posts on social networks told a very different tale – a litany of paranoid conspiracies that included statements on Russia being a threat to Canada and deep animosity toward authority figures.