Early on Peter King made sure he name dropped Al Qaeda's internet magazine "Inspire" as the source for bomb building instructions before anyone even had a clue who was responsible for the Boston Bombings. This hasty suggestion seemed odd, and Islamophobic, so I simply chalked it up to standard Peter King fodder.
These recent "terror attacks" are being used, or have been created, to project an idea, an idea that people within the US and Britain are becoming "self radicalized", and this is being achieved through the internet from various sources, but spotlighted is Al Qaeda's internet magazine "Inspire". My opinion is that this is a fake magazine created by the CIA, but I won't detail the reasons here.
The fact that CNN repetitively mentioned this online source was "easy to find" and "could teach you how to build bombs" was hardly shy of a product placement ad.
I could write 20 pages breaking this all down, but it's easier, and better, for you to see the evidence for yourself in the videos and text below... and these are only a few of many examples.
I'll end this with the additional suggestion that the recent "3D Printable Gun" hype is VERY likely part of "the play"... that is, to make the internet into a dangerous wasteland of "self radicalizing" terrorists and shady rogue gun making "domestic terrorists".
What will the solution to all this be???...... INTERNET REGULATIONS
See the following supporting evidence below... and my late addition of the last article fully supports my suspicions... go directly to the end if you don't have time for the rest...
ONE DAY AFTER THE BOSTON BOMBINGS PETER KING CLAIMS AL QAEDA'S INTERNET MAGAZINE "INSPIRE" IS THE LIKELY SOURCE FOR CREATING PRESSURE COOKER BOMBS
2013.4.16 Rep. Peter King Tells Steve Malzberg Saudi Man At Race Still A Suspect (NewsmaxTV, youtube.com):
On the Steve Malzberg Show today, Congressman Peter King, a member of the Homeland Security Committee, says that despite contradicting reports, the fleeing Saudi man that was injured at the Boston Marathon is
nota suspect. ["Not" is a typo - Joel]
BRITISH HOME SECRETARY THERESA MAY ANNOUNCES PASSPORTS CAN BE TAKEN FOR 'ACTUAL OR SUSPECTED' ACTIVITIES (PRECRIME), BY ROYAL PREROGATIVE!!, WITHOUT LEGAL PROCEDURE!!, NEARLY ONE MONTH BEFORE THE WOOLWICH ATTACK
2013.4.26 UK To Confiscate Passports From 'Suspected' Terrorists, Criminals, Football Hooligans (rt.com):
Al Qaeda's internet magazine "Inspire" pushed UK citizens can now be stripped of their passports for “actual or suspected” activities declared to be “contrary to the public interest” without a legal procedure, Conservative Home Secretary Theresa May has announced.
But some experts disagree as to the origin of radical conversion to extremism. The radicalization process is taking place in the UK and not overseas argues defense consultant, Moeen Raoof.
“They are being radicalized in their living groups up and down the country. The television sets are informing the radicalization process,” Raoof told RT. The consultant argues that domestic terrorists are “self radicalizing or radicalizing in peer groups.”
The Home Office will be able to make the decision to withdraw a passport without consulting Parliament or going through the legal system, as the issuing of foreign passports is a Royal Prerogative, a legacy power possessed by the monarchy, and by proxy, by the Cabinet.
Being a Royal Prerogative, the new policy comes into force immediately.
CNN DOES PRODUCT PLACEMENT AD FOR AL QAEDA'S INTERNET MAGAZINE "INSPIRE", THEY KEEP SAYING HOW EASY IT IS TO MAKE BOMBS, PROMOTES "SELF RADICALIZATION" THEORY, MI6 AGENT PETER BERGEN CONTINUES TO EMBARRASS HIMSELF
2013.4.27 ONLINE SELF RADICALIZATION! 'The Internet Is A Place Where People Do Become Radicalized' (MOXNEWS, CNN, youtube.com):
RT VIDEO CAPTION "LONDON HORROR ATTACK 'MOTIVE' IS LINKED TO BOSTON SUSPECT BOAT NOTE", THERE IS NO EXPLANATION OF THIS CAPTION, IT APPEARS THEY'RE ATTEMPTING TO LINK THE TWO EVENTS BY A COMMON SOURCE, LIKELY AL QAEDA'S INTERNET MAGAZINE "INSPIRE", ALSO PROMOTED IS THE "LONE WOLF" THEORY
2013.5.23 'Lone Wolf Attack To Become Main Form Of Radicalism' (RT, youtube.com):
One of the suspects in the murder of a UK soldier in East London has been identified as a 28-year-old Islam convert with Nigerian heritage, report UK press. Both suspects in the grisly attack were known to British security services. Annie Machon, a former MI5 agent tells RT about the similarities between the attacks in Boston and London.
BRITISH HOME SECRETARY THERESA MAY DEMANDS INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES GET ACCESS TO ALL COMMUNICATIONS DATA, THIS INCORPORATES FULL INTERNET SURVEILLANCE, I FOUND THIS ARTICLE AT THE END OF WRITING THIS ARTICLE
2013.5.26 UK Home Secretary Proposes Wider Snooping Powers In Light Of Woolwich Attack (rt.com):
UK Home Secretary Theresa May said on Sunday that it is “essential” to grant intelligence agencies the capacity to access communications data, despite overwhelming opposition to the Draft Communications Data Bill, first published last year.
The bill – widely known as the ʻSnooperʼs Charterʼ– is making a comeback, alongside tighter controls on extremist groups, after a proposed stepping-up of Internet surveillance following the Woolwich murder.
This ʻsnooperʼs charterʼ would have given agencies, including police and intelligence services, access to information and data collection by Internet service providers, including details of individuals' web browsing history, social media messages and internet gaming, storing them all for 12 months.
The setting up of a new group on Sunday was announced by UK Prime Minister David Cameronʼs office, stating that it would aim to fighting radicalism in schools and mosques, tighten checks on Internet material deemed inflammatory, and disrupt any “poisonous narrative” of hardline clerics, according to Reuters.
“It will assess the range of strategies to disrupt individuals who may be influential in fostering extremism. It needs to confront those religious leaders who promote violence head on,” the office said in a statement, echoing Mayʼs claim that “thousands” are at risk of being radicalized through the dissemination of information deemed extremist.
May suggested measures such as the use of court orders to block some websites, using the justification that people are able to watch things online “that can lead to radicalization.”