I invite everyone interested in tracking USG false flags to read Wendy S. Painting, PhD, Aberration in the Heartland of the Real: The Secret Lives of Timothy McVeigh.
Consider the anomalies in these matters, the evolving narrative--the moving finger writes, and the heel of the palm erases the whiteboard behind.
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Most Complete Map of the Terra Cognita of OKBomb and Its Designated Demon
By Phil Dragoo
on October 15, 2016
I find the author quite modest in her disclaimer, “this book is neither complete nor definitive.”
It is a meticulous crawl over every square centimeter of the OKBomb aquarium.
Further, it is exceptional in that it is entirely devoid of speculation, idle, informed, or otherwise.
We who watched the drama of Waco develop, the winds of demonization whipped up to a crescendo of flaming retribution, found the echo in the Greek chorus of wailing and gnashing of teeth and the gotcha beartrap of Cotton Mather v. Timothy McVeigh.
The kimono suffered initial wardrobe malfunction with Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, The Secret Life of Bill Clinton: The Unreported Stories.
Twenty years on, Painting has expanded the canvas in every direction and increased the resolution.
The reader will find the greatest clarity possible of the major anomalies which give the lie to the official version, McVeigh was the sole witch duly burned, case closed.
McVeigh seemed to move in a world of informants. The premier federal agency of investigation investigated very little, spending its efforts in witness intimidation—or elimination—evidence tampering, suppression, destruction, distortion.
Louis Jolyon West the core figure of post-Gottlieb manipulation permeates the Timothy tapestry in person and surrogate.
The prosecution concealed so much throughout, and obtained judicial sanction of restriction of investigation, as to provoke the reader to wonder why the lady doth protest too much.
Eyewitness accounts of others unkown—often directing the action—were systematically sanitized.
Videotapes were confiscated, fed into the memory hole, never to have existed.
Andreas Karl Strassmeir of German military intelligence, another of the too obvious agents provocateur, is allowed to do the Saudi exit after the deluge.
The author considers all the available templates thus far applied, favoring none.
Glimpses, the flashcards of a parallax view of yet another terror event, include a witness to possible preplacement of charges.
Bomb squad personnel on-scene prior to the event.
The sighting of a second Ryder truck, a second John Doe Number Two, a possible Nichols-Youssef meeting.
The persistent habit of witnesses to a wider web dying.
And throughout the author soldiers on, gathering data, checking sources, adding documents, interviewing more witnesses and peripherals—
--and steadfastly refusing to speculate.
This work is invaluable—fearlessly providing every possible pixel; volunteering none.
In the view of this reviewer:
The thrust of the event is as a counterstroke to Waco.
The Waco-OKBomb twin star is a special form of the strategy of tension, what Eric Wilson describes as “the spectacle of the false flag”
Not discussed is the improbability that the alleged explosive device caused the damage presented, nor the bizarre haste in sealing the site and destroying the evidence.
In Richard Cottrell, Gladio: NATO’s Dagger at the Heart of Europe, former UK foreign secretary the late Robin Cook deems terror events the work of intelligence agencies.
Surely OKBomb, which as Evans-Pritchard pointed out, got Clinton eleven points and re-election, inspired Putin’s false flag bombing of Moscow apartments which vaulted him to permanent power, a cynical gambit stipulated by Alexander Litvinenko and Yuri Felshstinsky, Blowing Up Russia.
Waco-OKBomb demonized opposition to imperial government, the recidivist monarchism of the Beltway Borg, allowed irreversible inroads into the protection of the Fourth Amendment, began the characterization of freedom activists as domestic terrorists.
The context of the official fable of one troubled individual’s solo act is familiar to students of the assassinations in which impossible ballistics are accomplished by the deus ex machina of a demon.
While the academic’s seven-hundred-page panoply of the event in context is devoid of any j’accuse, it will be as placidly received as Ravel’s Bolero.
For even in the highly-detailed travel brochure written in objective voice, the chain-linked ruins in the Heartland are one more rest stop on the highway to Hell.
I wholeheartedly recommend Aberration as the most complete extant map of the terra cognita of Oklahoma City and its designated demon.
We hear the words of Salandria and Fonzi warning us they planned these coverups to fail, that our work is not as theorists but as dogged pursuers of truth.
The extant event has all the earmarks of a contrivance intended to be consumed as a packet of propaganda purposed to alter policy and constrain freedom.
The lone nut is on a different floor. The story remains the same.