Another Day in the Empire By Kurt Nimmo Tues., April 30, 2019
Days after John Earnest’s alleged attack on a San Diego synagogue, the FBI announced it prevented a terror attack aimed at “white nationalists.”
According to Reuters:
Mark Steven Domingo, 26, a U.S. Army infantryman who recently converted to Islam, was taken into custody on Friday after undercover FBI operatives furnished him with what he thought were live bombs to be used in the attack, law enforcement officials said.
In other words, the FBI nurtured another would-be terrorist, set him up, and announced the arrest within a couple days of the synagogue attack.
Authorities said Domingo, who had no prior criminal record, came to their attention because of a series of violent extremist messages he posted in online chat rooms, one of which called for “retribution” for the massacre of 50 people at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, by a gunman in March.
The FBI routinely trawls the Internet searching for naïve idiots declaiming hatefully on forums. It then contacts a selected target to ascertain the level of stupidity and malleability. The FBI then sends in operatives pretending to be fellow jihadists. The operatives manipulate the target into accepting inert duds as theatrical props.
It’s fair to say Mr. Domingo was wholly incapable of carrying out a terrorist attack. He was capable, however, of spouting off in chat rooms, and later falling for FBI entrapment, and this made him an ideal patsy for the ongoing terror nonsense sent out 24/7 by the State and its corporate propaganda media.
Domingo, who had purchased several hundred long nails to serve as shrapnel in the homemade pressure-cooker bombs, had also suggested attacks on Jews, police officers, churches, a military facility, Southern California freeways and the Santa Monica Pier during internet conversations with the FBI operatives, Young said.
Posting hateful nonsense on the Internet is not illegal—not yet, anyway—and accepting a dud nail bomb sent during a government entrapment operation is not terrorism.
It is safe to say Mr. Domingo (pic above) wouldn’t be sitting in jail if the FBI didn’t require a propaganda event every few months to keep the forever war on manufactured terror churning along (and also showcase these efforts as part of its budgetary process).
According to the criminal complaint, an FBI operative established contact with Domingo in a private online chat room in March, leading to discussions in which Domingo expressed support for Islamic militants and the desire to seek revenge for attacks on Muslims.
Reuters, of course, doesn’t mention this same MO has been used by the government multiple times to keep the heat turned up on the irrational fear that Muslim terrorists are out there waiting for the right moment to strike; and if not for a heroic FBI and its patriotic operatives, there might be a whole lot of dead people scattered about the Santa Monica Pier or on the notoriously chaotic freeways of Southern California.