WHY THE PROPAGANDA?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Apr. 16, 2013) — As pundits and anchors debated whether or not to call the explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday “terrorism,” a CNN analyst has suggested that “right-wing extremists” planted the explosives which killed three people and injured more than 170.
National security analyst for CNN Peter Bergen raised the possibility of Al Qaeda being responsible but specifically mentioned “right-wing” extremists because of the type of explosives used. He did not mention “left-wing” extremists, which included Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn during the 1970s, a fact obscured by Barack Hussein Obama’s campaign in 2008.
Sources report that a Saudi Arabian national is under guard as a suspect at a Boston hospital, while the Boston police commissioner and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick deny those claims.
The Washington Post is reporting that the “Saudi national” is a witness, not a person of interest or a suspect and that “he is one of two Saudi citizens who were injured in the attacks,” quoting unnamed “officials.” The Post also said that the Sauid “volunteered” to have his apartment searched.
In recent weeks, there have been reports of veterans having their firearms confiscated without cause and warnings from propaganda outlets such as MSNBC of the dangers of “anti-government hate groups” who oppose Obama. A U.S. Army training program contained evangelical Christians and Catholics as potential domestic terrorists.
Esquire’s Charles F. Pierce’s brief editorial links to an article on the Oklahoma City bombing carried out by Timothy McVeigh, who is identified as a “supporter of right-wing militia groups.” Pierce described McVeigh as having viewed himself as a “waterer of the tree of liberty and the like.”
Nida Khan, a writer for The Huffington Post suggested that an “anti-government group” was responsible for the Boston tragedy. Khan’s top blog entry is titled, “Al Jazeera America: The Newsroom We’ve Been Waiting For.” The second entry down is titled, “The Truly Frightening Power of the Right-Wing Mainstream Media.”
McVeigh killed 168 people, including children, at the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City, OK on April 19, 1995 for which he was executed in June 2001, three months before the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on New York, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
ABC News pointed out that the Oklahoma City bombing; the shooting of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, TX; and the carnage in Boston on Monday “happened in April.”
After a former Marine was arrested and forced into a psychiatric hospital last August, The Rutherford Institute reported that hundreds of other military veterans had experienced similar treatment from the FBI and local officials after protesting the actions of the Obama regime. In April 2009, the Department of Homeland Security issued a “MIAC” report which revealed that returning veterans were viewed as “potential domestic terrorists.”
“Right-wing extremists” tie into the FBI’s “Sovereign Citizen” program, which include Bible believers, those who quote from U.S. Supreme Court cases and the Constitution, and parents who homeschool their children.
Propaganda assisted Adolf Hitler in taking over Germany and exterminating more than 6,000,000 Jews and others he believed were unworthy of living.
While the American press appears to dread the thought that an Islamic radical could be responsible for the Boston attack, Islamic radicals are reportedly “hoping” that “jihadi terrorism” is to blame for the deaths of an eight-year-old boy and a reported 11 others as well as traumatic injuries to 170 more.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.