CIA Deliberately Allows Suspected Terrorists To Fly

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    "What the US official didn’t say was that the Feds often and purposely exclude terrorists from such lists. Joe Trento is an investigative journalist and the author of Unsafe at Any Altitude: Failed Terrorism Investigations, Scapegoating 9/11, and the Shocking Truth about Aviation Security Today. He reports, "At the Central Intelligence Agency and Defense Intelligence Agency certain names and aliases are kept from the airlines and off the no-fly list to protect intelligence assets who are suspected or known terrorists." Why? Because, as Mr. Trento explains in his book, "...American intelligence and counterterrorism officials ... deliberately [allow] suspected terrorist to fly among innocent passengers in the hope that a terrorist would lead them to collaborators or even a terrorist cell." The government that nicks your Neutrogena lest you blow up your flight merely winks at Terry Q. Terrorist’s boarding."

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    You can blame it all on Obama...Bush would have been waterboarding their happy asses to find out where the rest of the scum terrorists were hiding!!!!
     
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    Both Presidents are incompetent. Their policies create a new "terrorist" every second.

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    Why would a CIA agent want to risk being prosecuted by Obama's AG by possibly infringing on a prospective terrorist's ability to carry a bomb into the U.S. on a commercail airliner? If I was working in the CIA I think it would be a good time to retire and, hopefully, avoid being prosecuted for interfering with terrorists.

    If you don't like what the CIA is doing, go talk to Obama, they've been working for him for nearly a year now.
     
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    CBS and other government controlled media stated today that the government "failed to connect the dots" about the groin-exploding terrorist. The ONLY solution to that problem is......you guessed it ...... more intrusive searches using a full body scan.

    Of course, the zombified populace has swallowed the story hook line and sinker.

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    Not you, though, by crackey!

    Nope. "They" are never gonna "get over" on one as "sharp" as you, Confusedatious!

    !Yes. It all becomes clear, now, thanks to your keen vision!

    The CIA done did do it!

    It was all them. It was ALWAYS them! !

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    The idea that the gubmint simply fucked up is just not possible. ! !

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    Nope. It HAS to be and has to have been a PLOT!

    The evidence is all right there in front of the populace. Er. Sorry. The zombified populace!



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    Why doesn't these rogue or malicious entities within government just engineer a plague to wipe out these conspiracy theory idiots?? Then at least we could have our 'misguided observations' in peace
     
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    The Old 'False-Flag Trick'

    In an utterly predictable response to an unsuccessful attempt by a would-be Jihadist to emasculate himself in mid-air by detonating a small explosive charge (a very small one, of course), the Regime is moving, slowly but inexorably, in the direction of requiring airline passengers to strip nude.

    There is plentiful evidence to suggest that the same Regime acted as an accomplice – most likely a passive one – in that same failed bombing attempt. Call it a delayed-action nude bomb: One Nigerian nutcase conceals a firecracker in his wedding tackle, and before long everybody will have to strip nude in order to fly.

    Granted, the nudity would be "virtual," temporary, and limited in its exposure. Passengers would be violated one at a time by the same thoughtful people who have made a career out of rifling through other people's dirty underwear.

    Airport security screeners have "got to have some way of detecting things in parts of the body that aren't easy to get at," insists former Homeland Security Commissar Michael Chertoff. "It's either pat-downs or imaging."

    A third alternative is to avoid commercial aviation outright whenever possible. I suspect an ever-larger number of Americans are going to join me in choosing what's behind door number three.

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    This is what we need goddammit!!!!! :rofl:
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