Nefarious nexus: The 1995 Oklahoma City Bombing, DHS & MIAC memos

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Report by Douglas J. Hagmann, Director

weep17 April 2009: Sunday will mark the 14th anniversary of the 1995 bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City that claimed 171 lives - 168 men, women and children and three unborn. It is also a day on which the largest criminal conspiracy and cover-up of the 20th century began and continues today.

Before I continue, I want to point out that it seems to be a fairly common practice for Internet bloggers and others who live the majority of their lives in the virtual realm to throw around accusations such as “conspiracy” and “cover up” based on what they read or find as a result of Internet searches. This practice, usually by people who have not even changed out of their pajamas or left their homes, frequently diminishes the importance associated with those accusations.  Therefore, it is important for readers of this article to understand that the accusations of conspiracy and cover-up referenced herein are based on the information developed from real life investigation, external, on-site research and even surveillance conducted by professional investigators over the last several years.

The April 19th, 1995 bomb blast that shredded the Murrah building and the lives of hundreds of American families continues to reverberate within the United States in a way that the Islamic terrorists connected to the plot and the bombing, all who have been and remain domiciled in the United States, could have only dreamed about. It is successfully serving as a catalyst to shred something else - the constitution of the United States and the rights of patriotic citizens.

It is absolutely no coincidence that the bombing of the Murrah building is referenced within nearly all of the government investigative documents that culminated with the nine-(9) page assessment published by the Department of Homeland Security on 7 April 2009. That document, which (and this is VERY important to understand) is merely an unclassified assessment of a collection of much more detailed documents, began to “go viral” when radio talk-show host Roger Hedgecock broke the story last week.  Its release was accompanied by outrage, mainly by right-wing conservatives, who were appropriately disgusted but its implications. That outrage was further fueled by the remarks made by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano that she stood by the report.

miacIt was nearly two months ago when a similar document issued by the Missouri Information Analysis Center (MIAC) was leaked. That document, which was based on a collection of other documents published by DHS and distributed among their fusion centers, also referenced the dangers posed by right-wing extremists in the U.S., hinting by association at the Oklahoma City bombing.

It is important to understand that these two documents are merely a miniscule representation of a growing number of reports shaping the current policy of the Department of Homeland Security. The DHS, ostensibly established to enhance the security of law-abiding Americans from the threats of terrorists, has been effectively manipulated from within and externally. One has to look no further than the southern border fence project to understand that the homeland security is less about security and more about control, although that will be addressed separately.

Obviously, one can see a pattern that has developed and is being carefully refined through a very well orchestrated molding of public perception by various government officials having a larger agenda. That agenda is advanced further through the actions of a cooperative and highly compromised media. That agenda consists, in part, of demonizing the conservative element of America through unfounded accusations and facilitating the advancement of their globalist aspirations. And 14 years after the 1995 terrorist bombing in Oklahoma City, they are exploiting the tragic loss of life to shamefully advance their own agenda.

Over the next several days as we mark the anniversary of this attack, I will be publishing an extensive series on our investigative findings of the Oklahoma City bombing, the Muslim terrorists who were involved in the planning and execution of that attack yet continue to walk the streets of America, and the politicians who let them.

Meanwhile, if you would like to get important information - the real truth behind the Oklahoma City Bombing, I would recommend grabbing a copy of The Third Terrorist by Jayna Davis. Of all the books written about the 1995 terrorist attack, her book is unquestionably the most authoritative investigative product you can get on this subject.