What Really Happened in Oklahoma City?

In his series on the efforts of the Anonymous alliance of military officers to bring down the Federal Reserve specifically and the New World Order generally, David Wilcock gives this interpretation of what happened to the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, and how it was a test run for 9/11.

CONFIRMED: US Military Alliance Defeating Federal Reserve

David Wilcock, Divine Cosmos, Aug. 24, 2013


On April 17, 1995, eight high-ranking US military members of this secretive, patriotic alliance breached normal protocol and boarded a plane together.

As you will soon see, this was a very important flight. They were about to press criminal charges against the President — in an attempt to take down the Federal Reserve.

All eight of these brave, high-ranking officers were killed when their plane crashed — and the event reeked of deliberate sabotage.

The details and names of the victims will be shared a bit later — as well as the verifiable, official records of the crash that still exist.

Only two days later, an American federal building, housing FBI personnel, was attacked and destroyed — allegedly by a fertilizer truck bomb.

This is what the steel-reinforced concrete building looked like before the explosion:


A significant portion of the front of the building collapsed, from the bottom straight up to the top — just like we would see in a controlled demolition.

Military experts concluded that a homemade Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil (ANFO) charge could not have cut through steel I-beams anywhere near this effectively.



The entire site was demolished and back-filled with concrete barely over a month later, preventing any further on-site criminal investigation.


The amount of ANFO in the truck was nowhere near enough to cut through so many steel I-beams with such accuracy and precision, top to bottom.

Eyewitnesses reported hearing and feeling multiple explosions over the course of 10 seconds — but were pressured into accepting the official story.


Various key details, including expert military testimony on what really happened, were revealed in this article from March 11, 2004:

The first expert to go public with the ANFO discrepancies was USAF Brigadier General (ret.) Benton K. Partin.

Sitting in his living room in Virginia and merely looking only at photos in Time, Newsweek, and U.S. News was enough to catch his discerning eye.

The exposed rebar on the severed columns at the third floor level was adequate evidence for Partin.

He knew that an air blast from a truck on the street could never remove reinforced concrete and steel.

Then he noticed the remaining standing columns between the truck and the one taken out in the left center of the Murrah Building.

He knew this was impossible, unless there were charges planted at the collapsed column.

Partin noted three such columns from the magazine photos and found a fourth by viewing expanded fire department photos on a later visit to Oklahoma City.

Later study revealed the macabre evidence of a fifth charge having been detonated underneath the children’s nursery on the second floor.


The typical “disinfo” move at this point would be to discredit the witness, General Benton Partin. However, this is not so easy to do, given his background:

General Partin’s credentials and military record are impeccable.

Most of his 31-year career in the air force was spent in demolition.

He headed up the USAF’s Explosive Research Laboratory.

If the FBI were really looking for the truth in this case, could they find a better expert witness than Ben Partin?

The theory of the ANFO bomb exploding in a truck on the street and wreaking the kind of damage seen for blocks around is akin to a pea-shooter bringing down a spaceship.



This attack occurred deep in the heartland of America — in one of the reddest of all red states. It was before the Internet — and therefore got much less publicity than 9/11.

However, this could be seen as a “dry run” for a similar and much bigger operation six years later — namely 9/11.

Part of what they may have been testing was to see how easily the public could be fooled by a steel and concrete building collapsing like balsa wood.

The shock of this attack, coupled with a controlled mainstream media and no widespread internet use, erased the suspicious deaths of eight top American military personnel only two days earlier.



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