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FBI intercepts its own terrorist plot against US Capitol, Pentagon

Saturday, October 01, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
Tags: FBI, terrorism, health news

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(NaturalNews) Truth be told, the biggest terrorist threat that Americans currently face does not originate from al-Qaeda. In a shocking revelation that essentially confirms the US government's involvement in funding, promoting, and even initiating terrorism, the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was recently exposed for intercepting what can only be considered its own terrorist plot to send drone bombs into the US Capitol and the Pentagon.

Prison Planet cites a BBC News report about Rezwan Ferdaus, the 26-year-old US citizen that had apparently told undercover FBI agents at one point that he was interested in organizing terrorist attacks against the US. However, Ferdaus did not have the means to actually carry out any sort of attack -- it was, by all accounts, simply an idea without much possibility of ever becoming a reality.

But in order to maintain a high level of fear and paranoia amongst Americans about terrorists running loose on US soil and planning attacks, the FBI took advantage of this "opportunity" by approaching Ferdaus under cover, and supplying him with the tools he needed to stage his attacks. The US government supplied Ferdaus with grenades, machine guns, C-4 explosives, and even a remote-controlled, bomb-equipped drone plane to fly into buildings.

In their dealings with Ferdaus, undercover FBI agents essentially posed as fellow terrorists, and encouraged Ferdaus to commit acts of terrorism. They also told him morbid stories about the weapons they gave him, including that they had successfully killed US soldiers in Iraq -- the agents knew, of course, that this was exactly what Ferdaus wanted to hear, and that it would prompt him to move forward with the attacks.

It is a classic case of malicious entrapment on behalf of the US government, whose fear-mongering agenda is now clearly apparent for the world to see. And in reality, the FBI agents in this case are just as "guilty" as Ferdaus, if not more so, in plotting a terrorist attack. But the two parties received far different treatment for their actions.

Ferdaus, of course, was arrested and could face a combined total of 35 years in prison for allegedly "providing support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization," and for "attempting to destroy national defense premises," even though he never actually committed any crime.

The FBI agents, on the other hand, who were the ones that actually supplied the weapons to perform the attacks and enabled them to take place, are considered by some to be the heroes.

If Ferdaus is to be charged as a potential terrorist, then the FBI agents who conspired with him deserve the same treatment. These agents are not only guilty of the same two charges that Ferdaus faces, but they are also guilty of inciting undue fear and panic amongst the populace in order to perpetuate the never-ending foreign wars that continue to take place under the guise of fighting terrorism.

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