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Friday, April 19, 2019

Operation: All Clear - The Oklahoma City Bombing

Oklahoma City Bombing
Oklahoma City Bombing
The Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995 was alleged to have been carried-out by Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols (alone).  It was reported to be a "White Supremacist" -inspired plot to exact revenge on the ATF and US Law Enforcement for Waco and Ruby Ridge -- but that cover story is even more implausible than the one for 9/11!

In fact, there were at least five truckloads of explosive materials later discovered at the site of the blast, which destroyed (or damaged) over 320 other buildings in a 16 block radius.

US Law Enforcement agents terrorized and murdered witnesses and their family members for years following, and McVeigh was put to death in June of 2001 before he could finish his Final Words (a poem entitled Undefeated).

McVeigh wasn't a very good White Supremacist, either: Adolph Hitler's birthday is April 20th, not the 19th.

April 19th is, though, important in military history: It bears significance in both the American Revolution and the Civil War.  And we were warned about the Military-Industrial Complex, and its penchant for Insurgency.  Those girls do love their dates.  Timothy McVeigh did have a military past, and was directly involved in the OK City Bombing -- no one's trying to exonerate him here!  Actually, some sources suggest he was a MIC "legend" long before all of this played out.

While innumerable discrepancies in the "official story" exist, the best one is the severed leg, clad in a military boot, which was discovered at the scene... and belonged to no one known to be present in the vicinity at the time of the Oklahoma City Bombing, deceased or otherwise -- despite (allegedly) extensive DNA tests.

To this day, no one has... ahem, stepped forward to claim the limb.

© The Weirding, 2019

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