Cheering enslavement and deception
22 April 2013
Bostonians fall for the feds’ con game, just like Americans did on 9/11
Thousands of people in greater Boston took to the streets late last night cheering the false flag operation that kept them imprisoned in their own homes for the better part of two days while federal agents led local police on a mission of vigilante justice against two young patsies set up to take the fall for the Boston Marathon bombing.
It was an ominous foreshadowing of America’s immediate future.
One of the patsies was murdered by police in a late night firefight; his younger brother hid in a boat bleeding from wounds parked in a suburban backyard before ultimately surrendering to an army of lawmen. He remains in serious condition in a Boston hospital, while a federal “interrogation team” prepares to question him.
As estimated half million people over a wide swath of greater Boston were commanded to remain in their homes and not to answer their doors during the feverish manhunt for the pair of young Russian immigrants the feds have fingered as the bombers on Boylston Street.
Late Saturday night (4/20), however, a legendary Internet YouTuber (DAHBOO77) released footage of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of the two brothers who is now in Deaconess Hospital, leaving the scene of the bombing WITH HIS BACKPACK STILL ON HIS BACK, followed by frames of someone suspected being a member of “The Craft” (presumably affiliated with both the infamous Blackwater group of mercenaries and the U.S. federal government — and God knows what other terrorist organization that are routinely praised as freedom fighters and defenders of American-style liberty by the mouthpiece U.S. media) fleeing the post-bombing chaos in Boston WITHOUT HIS BACKPACK . . . giving the most conclusive evidence yet recorded that this tragedy was clearly a federal false flag operation . . .
. . . and making the lockdown of nearly a million civilians and consequent terror mayhem operation a total hoax perpetrated by the entire spectrum of U.S. law enforcement agencies.