Jan 282011
 

Two eyewitnesses to the so-called “Underwear Bomber” have come forward to reveal that U.S. Government officials were apparently directly responsible for the incident.  Since the time of the December, 2009, attempted bombing, U.S. Homeland Security has used Umar Forouk Abdulmutallab, the accused bomber, as justification for the mass deployment of invasive x-ray body scanners at airports throughout the United States.

  One Response to “Eyewitnesses: U.S. Government was behind the ‘Underwear Bomber’”

  1. I think that the “shoe bomber” also falls into this category – anyone having something like C4 explosive in their possession would know that you can’t set it off with a match – or even a whole book of them. C4 is used by the military because it is VERY stable (meaning you can lug it with you in rough situations without the stuff going off – even if it gets shot) and requires a detonation cap to set it off.

    Congratulations on getting the appearance on “Decoded” – wish someone would take another look at Coral Castle (aka Rock Gate Park) in Homestead, FL… an impressive project that I’ve seen with my own eyes. It also features a much more accurate “polaris telescope” than the Georgia Guidestones.

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