The Intel Hub
By Alex Thomas
July 23, 2011
Update: Multiple witnesses have reported shootings at two different places on the island. One with a handgun the other with a sniper rifle!
We are expected to believe that this massacre was one person when all evidence and common sense points to there being more operatives involved.
Anders Behring Breivik, the supposed terrorist who blew up a government building and massacred at least 84 people at a youth summer camp is now being compared to Timothy McVeigh and the Oklahoma City Bombing.
An official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the attack “is probably more Norway’s Oklahoma City than it is Norway’s World Trade Center.” Domestic terrorists carried out the 1995 attack on a federal building in Oklahoma City, while foreign terrorists were responsible for the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. CBSThe problem? The Oklahoma City Bombing was a false flag terror attack. This is a documented FACT.
In the report, Associated Press writer Karl Ritter claims that the Oklahoma City Bombing was done with one bomb. A quick search shows this to be an outright lie.(Still Waiting For Retraction)
Considering the fact that the Norway attacks are now being compared to a known false flag, it seems prudent to look into the events leading up to the bombing and shooting massacre that has rocked Norway.
A look at the facts we know so far paints a clear motive for a false flag attack on Norway.
- Olso Police conducted bombing exercise days before attack
- Norway has been accused of inciting Israel and funding anti Israeli films.
- Anders looks more like an Illuminati-Freemason than a ring wing terrorist
- The youth camp where the shooting occurred had just held a PRO Palestinian Rally the day before!
- Norway has supported a Palestinian State
- Last year Norway excluded Israel investments
- Norway had recently announced plans to withdraw from the illegal war in Libya
- Witness claims of a second shooter are being under reported. Reports are instead focusing on one man who supposedly took out over 80 people himself
- Joe Lieberman had accused Norway of promoting Anti-Semitism
While some of the examples above are indeed circumstantial, when you put them all together and examine the history of false flag terror it seems highly unlikely that this was a lone right wing terrorist.