Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Was last week's synagogue siege an FBI "false flag" operation?


Sundance thinks it was.

In the Garland attack the FBI organized, facilitated and coordinated the attack. The FBI even drove the terrorists to the attack venue and then left once the shooting began. Yes, you read that correctly, the first ISIS attack on U.S. soil was organized by the FBI. {Go Deep} CTH dug deep on the 2015 Garland attack, so it wasn’t too difficult to spot the similarities between Garland 2015 and Colleyville 2022.

♦ Colleyville, Texas – Malik Faisal Akram, who was known as Faisal Akram, had a well known Islamic extremist history to British and American intelligence. Akram ranted, prior to his travel to the U.S, that he wished he had died in the 9/11 terror attacks. He was a regular visitor to Pakistan, and reportedly a member of the Tablighi Jamaat group set up to ‘purify’ Islam. To say the U.S. intelligence system knew Faisal Akram would be an understatement.  The FBI knowledge of Akram has now been confirmed by The Daily Mail.

So, the questions become: (1) how did Faisal Akram gain a visa to enter the United States? (2) Who did he visit?  (3) Who gave him the weapon?  (4) Who facilitated his travel and targeting operations; and lastly, (5) who financed and assisted him in his attack?

Unfortunately, the most obvious answer is just like the 2015 Garland example, the FBI was his enabler.

There's much more at the link.  I'll leave you to read Sundance's presentation for yourself.  It's disturbing, to say the least.  I note, too, that the analysis he cites as evidence of FBI involvement in the earlier Garland attack comes from a source that's anything but conservative or right-wing.

What do I think?  Well, considering my previously expressed opinion of the FBI, I won't be in the least surprised if Sundance is right.  The question is, what are we going to do about it?

I'm beginning to think that our next worthwhile Presidential candidate had better have something like "disband the FBI and disbar its agents from any future law enforcement positions" in his electoral platform, if he's to be credible to the vast majority of thinking Americans.



T Town said...

Unfortunately, the FBI will never be disbanded. Even if it were, the intelligence agencies or even other government agencies like the IRS that have their own police force that would pick up the slack.
I am afraid that we are stuck with enduring the very bumpy ride to the end of this once great nation, whatever that may play out to be.
Short of literally razing DC and the surrounding areas that house various government agencies, including the elimination of all current government employees, nothing worth while is going to change for the better.
Unbelievable, but I have become more of a cynic in the last few years than I ever thought I would, or could.

Ray - SoCal said...

The hostages freed themselves.

So much for the narrative of the fbi freed them,


riverrider said...

how could a homeless man afford the ticket to texas? or the gun? or how do they know he bought it illegally off the street? and who shot him?...disband fbi et al? easy. next election, set up shop in kansas city and stand down everything in d.c. as of that date. they can retrain as meat inspectors or something.

1chota said...

He is a UK citizen so all he needed to book his flight was a valid UK passport. He didn’t need a US visa because the UK gets the visa waiver program.

However, press sources are now saying both the UK MI6 & the venerable FBI were already aware of Akram and his association with a Pakistani based radical Islamic group.

So Akram should have been on the no-fly list. In addition, all manifests of US bound flights must be submitted to CBP prior to departure. The CBP is suppose to run the passengers on the manifest through intelligence data based. Akram should have lit up the screen.

Now we know Akram made it here, so CBP needs to answer some serious questions. Not just about the pre-flight screening, but also about the arrival inspection. According to reports Akram spent his first two weeks in a homeless center. One could assume he lacked sufficient funds to adequately sustain himself at the time of inspection. Did he list the homeless center on his admission card?

Sounds like Akram should have been deemed inadmissible and returned on the next available flight to the UK.

Someone had to of facilitated Akram around all of these road blocks.

Aesop said...

Only if by "disbar" you mean "prosecute to the fullest extent, and throw in federal prison for life without possibility of parole, withholding the death penalty only on condition they allocute completely, and give detailed information covering their co-conspirators and fellow domestic terrorists, and all activities engaged in from hiring to arrest".

Otherwise, they should be tried in batches, and shot against a wall the same way, by groups of ten or twenty a batch.

Call the plea bargain Operation You Bet Your Life, and go in ascending order from lowliest agent to the Director.