FBI Foil Own Terror Plot, Again – This Time at Federal Reserve

Posted on Oct 17, 2012 in Alphabet Agencies & Operations, Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Federal Reserve & Bankers, Political Issues

Kevin Hayden – TruthisTreason.net

Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are giving each other high-fives tonight after arresting a 21 year-old man in a federal sting designed to entrap “terrorists.”  In reality, they found a young man with little self-esteem, dreams of grandeur and martyrdom, and then led him to the New York Federal Reserve with a 1,000 lb. fake bomb.

Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, 21, was arrested in downtown Manhattan after he attempted to detonate what he believed to be a 1,000-pound bomb that the Feds gave him at the New York Federal Reserve Bank on Liberty Street in lower Manhattan’s financial district.

Agents set up a sting [and] say the suspect parked a van that he thought was filled with explosives at the Federal Reserve.

He then tried to set the bomb off with a cell phone call made from the Millennium Hotel, across from the World Trade Center. – ABC 

Once the attempt to detonate the bomb was made, the FBI swooped in and arrested the “terrorist” that they created.  We’ve seen this time and time again, and nothing has changed with the storyline since the last 14 Fed-created Terrorists were “foiled.”  I’m sure the agents involved in this amazing arrest are buying each other rounds at a local pub, recalling the miraculous job they did at keeping the Homeland safe from terrorism.

However, this one slightly differs from the previous false flag terror cases.  This one was aimed at an iconic location in which those in power can use to further demonize anyone who speaks out against the Federal Reserve Banking Cartel.  From this point forward, criticism directed at the Federal Reserve can be likened to the “terror plot” against it and your name will be added to a growing number of lists.

See my dozen other stories that follow this exact same methodology below.

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