Not only will the Boston psyop be used to push gun control, invasive security measures, and hatred of Islam — I think it is also meant to justify a crackdown on internet freedom, and to absolve Obama of guilt for murdering a U.S. citizen and his son. Check out the rhetoric that is developing now that the copywriters have clearance to begin fabricating the testimony of patsy Dzhokhar Tsarnaev:
“In the hours before Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged with the crime that could lead to the death penalty, authorities tell ABC News the 19-year-old accused terrorist has started to provide his version of the events that led to the deadly Boston Marathon bomb attacks.
For all the power of the two explosions at the Boston Marathon finish line, and for all the dramatic gun fights on the streets of Watertown, and for all the suppositions about the role of disciplined, well-trained terrorists, the college student reportedly told investigators the whole attack was devised from the Internet. The two brothers, he said, had no direction or financing from governments or rogue groups overseas.”
Oooooh. For all the bombast of that first sentence, for all the rhetorical skill that went into crafting it, and for all the weight it brings to bear on its payload term — the Internet — I am completely unmoved. They have failed to sow in me the seeds of emotional recoil, but you can expect to see people in the weeks and months ahead of us begin to alter their expressions and intone it when they say it … the way they do with things that have become “issues”. A good example would be “the environment”. As in, “Bob, have you considered whether getting that third SUV might not have a negative impact on … the environment?”
“Authorities tell ABC News they now believe the two foreign-born brothers were inspired to violence by the Internet preaching’s of al Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki, the charismatic American-born radical jihadist, who has been dead now for more than a year. They used instructions from an al Qaeda Internet magazine to make their pressure cooker bombs. And Dzhokhar, the younger of the brothers, may not have even known about the plot until a week or so before the attack, sources told ABC News.”
And they just had to throw that in there about al-Awlaki, a U.S. citizen who had actually served as an advisor on radical Islam to the Pentagon, and whom Obama obliterated with a drone missile. (Well, no actually, he ordered some pizza-faced Slurpee aficionado on a joystick in a dark, air-conditioned cubicle in a secure facility somewhere in the Nevada desert to do it. Behold the wonders of modern gangland execution.) OH, and then, just in case al-Awlaki’s son might be angry enough to fantasize about revenge, Obama had him assassinated too, and in the same cowardly, despicable fashion.
It is worth remembering, also, that the “al Qaeda internet magazine”, Inspire, has already had its Zionist roots exposed.
So they’ve already started toploading “the Internet” with emotional spin charge, so that a month from now it won’t quite sound the same, and will feel different when you say it. They’ve also defecated on the memory of a murder victim and his son while justifying the murderer. I imagine soon they’ll also start pushing background checks and a waiting period on anyone who wants to buy a pressure cooker. Meanwhile, the DHS will add “interest in buying a pressure cooker” to its list of suspicious behaviors.
More steaming bullshit at link: http://gma.yahoo.com/simple-boston-bomb-plot-hatched-without-foreign-help-082418368–abc-news-topstories.html