Wednesday, August 22, 2012

White House Insider Warns of Possible False Flag at GOP Convention (Updated)

Over at the Ulsterman Report, the White House Insider is warning of a possible false flag--i.e., arranged or engineered protest or disturbance--just prior to the GOP Convention, possibly involving V.P. Biden's trip to Tampa.

Update (Aug. 23): CNN: "Agencies warn of possible anarchists activity at convention":
Law enforcement officials are concerned about possible violence by anarchist extremists at the upcoming Republican and Democratic national conventions, according to an intelligence bulletin prepared by the FBI and Department of Homeland Security.

The bulletin, which was obtained by CNN, says that anarchists could try to use improvised explosive devices.

It also says that, as of March, the FBI had intelligence indicating individuals from New York "planned to travel to Tampa and attempt to close" all of the Tampa Bay-area bridges during the Republican National Convention next week.

According to the document, the FBI's information as of March showed that anarchist extremists proposed "engaging in potentially destructive criminal activities against critical infrastructure outside the security perimeter throughout the Tampa Bay region because they expected access to the main RNC venue to be tightly controlled."

Update (Aug. 25): I guess I should have noted why I consider the Anarchists to be an arm of the Obama campaign: In 2008, the AFL-CIO coordinated the Anarchists:
University of Minnesota staff were key coordinators of the recent violent protests at the Republican National Convention (RNC). The university employees are also members of the local clerical union of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees. The AFSCME is part of the AFL-CIO union.

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