National Gun Rights Examiner David Codrea pointed out early this month that every time the "Project Gunwalker" atrocity is described as a "botched gun sting," a lie is being disseminated. The lie is the notion that there was ever the intention of mounting any kind of "sting" to "botch." There was not. There could not have been. No effort was made to track the guns past the border (or, very often, even to the border). When field agents tried to track them any farther than a few blocks from the gun shops, they were ordered to stand down their surveillance. Nor is it the case that the plan was for Mexican authorities to be tipped about what was going on, so they could perform the surveillance.
No one can accuse the candidates on stage at Monday’s Republican debate of not discussing a broad range of topics. They talked about big issues like social security, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, energy independence, repealing healthcare reform and the need for job creation. And they talked about small issues for political point-scoring: like HPV vaccines for girls.
New EPA rules that threaten to cause electricity rates to “necessarily skyrocket” are also going to kill jobs all across the country. And the prospect of this attack on the economy is making both unions and small-government types stand up and protest.
Ten years ago to the day we were attacked by our own government. On September 11, 2001 the US government plans of pre-meditated mass murder were carried out on its own people. With the intent to enlist the population into perpetual wars of mass murder. And to further enslave the human population deeper into the fascist police state. An ever controlled life of servitude, enslaved to the same people who put Hitler in power. The same people put Bush and Obama into office and thus the Nazi rule still persists to this day.
Some of these False Flag events demonstrate that a large number of government officials in multiple countries who share a belief or follow orders have cooperated in successfully secret conspiracies. Search on the date range to find the references available at uschronology.com. Thirty cases from the Korean War to Irag were examined by John Quigley in “The Ruses for War: American Interventionism Since World War II.”