Matthew Ward has said that “the clumsy ‘Black Ops’ attempt on Christmas Day to explode an airplane” proceeded “by means of a very confused individual operating under mind control.” (Matthew’s Message, Feb. 14, 2010.) Some very brave airplane passengers are actually accusing the U.S. government of beiung involved in the attack. Thanks to Jeannie A.
Attempted Plane Attack: Trial Date Set for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab
Fred Burks, Email, January 25, 2011, WJBK-TV (Detroit Fox affiliate)
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the man accused of trying to blow up an airplane over metro Detroit on Christmas Day 2009, appeared in federal court [on January 25]. A trial date has now been set. A couple of the passengers [who] showed up at court … had an interesting theory about what really happened. “The U.S. government escorted them through security without a passport and, we believe, gave him an intentionally defective bomb,” said Kurt Haskell. It’s a startling allegation from two local attorneys [who] were on-board the 2009 Christmas Day flight to Detroit when Abdulmutallab allegedly tried to blow up a bomb hidden in his underwear. Kurt and Lori Haskell think the U.S. government was behind the whole thing. “It was intentional that it went this far to further the war on terror, to get body scanners in the airports, to increase the TSA’s budget, to renew the Patriot Act and whatever other reasons you want to list,” Kurt Haskell told FOX 2. The Haskells say in Amsterdam before boarding the flight to Detroit, they witnessed Abdulmutallab arguing with a ticket agent at the gate because he didn’t have a passport when a man in a tan suit with an American accent intervened. They next saw Abdulmutallab on-board the plane when they saw fire and people screaming.
Fred Burks, U.S. Intelligence Examiner. com, December 31st, 2009
Northwest flight terror scare questions. Was he a Manchurian Candidate?
Terror flight questions: Manchurian Candidate? (AP Photo)
The Christmas day Northwest Airlines flight scare has made top headlines and brought fear once again into the hearts of many passengers. Yet bizarre evidence has arisen from many quarters raising serious questions about what really happened on this strange flight. Could this man have been a Manchurian Candidate?
CNN News has provided some of the best coverage of the many questions around this bizarre tale. A December 28th CNN News broadcast begins with this comment, “So, just how did a guy on a terror watch list with a one-way ticket paid for in cash, with no luggage, a man who has been barred from Britain, informed on by his own father, how did this guy manage to board a U.S. airliner and allegedly try to blow it to pieces?”
A New York Times article titled “Questions on Why Suspect Wasn’t Stopped” discusses how suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a 23-year-old Nigerian, was a person of interest. His father, a prominent Nigerian banker and former government official, had warned that his son had developed radical views. He warned officials that Umar had disappeared and might have traveled to Yemen. Yet apparently this did not raise any flags. Umar’s name was added to a list of 550,000 individuals with alleged terrorist connections — but not to the no-fly list.
The case becomes even more bizarre when we examine passenger testimony. In the CNN News program mentioned above, passenger Richelle Keepman states, “There was a man that, when we first took off, I noticed about 10 seats ahead of us to the left-hand side. He had a camcorder. I thought maybe this was his first flight and [he] was just excited. And then, when the actual incident occurred, I looked up, and he was the only one standing and filming the entire thing.” In another CNN article, she states, “I don’t know why he was standing up [when] we were supposed to be seated, and he was filming it.”
Now if you were about to be blown out of the air by a terrorist, do you think you would stand there and film the whole incident? Numerous reports describe terrified passengers reacting in near panic. And why hasn’t this man been found and questioned? There’s something fishy here. Could this have all been planned, and possibly even planned to fail?
One passenger traveling with his wife, Kurt Haskell, also had some very unusual comments about the incident. Here’s a quote from Mr. Haskell on the CNN News program.
Lori and I were sitting near the boarding gate, sitting on the floor. There weren’t any seats to sit in. And I saw two men. They caught my eye because they seemed to be an odd pair. One was what I would describe as a poor-looking black teenager around 16 or 17, and the other man, an age 50-ish, wealthy-looking Indian man. And I was just wondering why they were together – kind of strange.
I watched them approach what I would call the ticket agent, the final person that checks your boarding pass before you get on the plane. And I could hear the entire conversation. The only person that spoke was the Indian man. What he said was, this man needs to board the plane, but he doesn’t have a passport. And the ticket agent responded, well if he doesn’t have a passport, he can’t get on the plane. To which the Indian man responded back, he’s from Sudan. We do this all the time. And the ticket agent said, well then, you will have to go and talk to my manager. And she directed them down a hallway. I didn’t see him again until he tried to blow up our plane a few hours later.
To watch a six-minute CNN News video clip of this conversation, click here. How was this man without a passport who paid for his ticket in cash and didn’t have any luggage eventually allowed to go on the plane? What manager agreed to let him on, and why aren’t we hearing more about this? And who was this well dressed Indian man? Could he have been the terrorist’s handler?
According to a report based on an interview with Haskell by Michigan Live, Michigan’s leading news website, “About an hour after landing, Haskell said he saw another man being taken into custody. But a spokeswoman from the FBI in Detroit said Mutallab was the only person taken into custody.” Why would the FBI contradict Haskell on this?
A passengers who who claims to have subdued Umar, Jasper Schuringa, interestingly was a Dutch video director and producer. That in itself is rather ironic considering all the strangeness. According to a CNN News report the day after the attack, Schuringa said Abdulmutallab seemed dazed. “He was staring into nothing.” Schuringa said the incident sparked panic aboard the flight. The whole plane was screaming, he says, yet the suspect didn’t say a word. Schuringa states they were holding him, but he wasn’t struggling.
Why would this alleged terrorist be “staring into nothing”? Could he have been hypnotized? Could he have been a programmed Manchurian Candidate instructed to cause this incident? If this idea sounds far fetched to you, read the revealing declassified CIA documents which describe just such operations at this link.
Consider that there may be very powerful people in this world who want to keep you in fear. When you live in fear, you are much more likely to give up your power to the government and to give more of your tax dollars to support military and security agendas. Hundreds of declassified government documents have shown that elements of the CIA have trained hypnotized individuals to bomb, assassinate, and even provide sexual favors without any conscious awareness of what they were doing. If you are willing to go down this rabbit hole, read the documents at this link, and learn how you can order them yourself to verify everything that is said.
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