Thursday, June 24, 2010

Toronto, the G20/G8 Summits and "Terrorism"

I'm not a Conspiracy Theorist and consider that the venue of the k00ks. One that they can keep as they hunt for monsters under each and every bed.

However, frankly, as a realist, there are conspiracy theories and there are conspiracy theories.

COINTELPRO, the RCMP Red Squad, and MKULTRA were also conspiracy theories when the rumors about them started.

The difference between those conspiracy theories and others is that witnesses came forward with personal testimony and/or certain acts occurred which didn't fit the explanations.

Having grown up during the era that exposed much of the truths behind these stories I had the opportunity to see this unfold.

The recent "terrorist" attacks in Ottawa and the recent arrest in Toronto of a "terrorist" smacks of a conspiracy theory in the process of exposure.

My original theory about the RBC Fire-bombings holds as far as I'm concerned.

In my opinion, this was nothing more than a deliberate attempt by unethical private security companies to create a panic in order to raise the terrorist threat level and to push the government into taking extraordinary security measures, while they sat back and raked in the profits. 

This one just reeks of a scam.

Let's look at who is being arrested.

The RBC Fire-bombings were done by:

1. 32 year old man with a history of protest activity
He is the only person that fits the profile of what one would expect if this were a genuine terrorist attack by people who oppose the G20/G8 summits. He was most likely brought in to give credibility to the lie that young anarchists were involved. Not to mention that he will now make a convenient scapegoat.

Everyone else:
2. 58 year old retired civil servant who worked for CIDA (Canadian International Development Agency)
3. 50 year old Engineer

No tell my why an Engineer would fire-bomb a building when he has the skills to build something more sophisticated. And if he was concerned about people getting injured, could have created a more controlled type of explosion.

I'd also like to know why a 58 year old retired CIDA civil servant and 50 year old Engineer would vandalize buildings with stones and hammers when they could have made a far clearer statement with something more sophisticated.

Perhaps they did things this way because they were deliberately trying to give the impression that this attack was done by young anarchists in order to deflect suspicion from who they were and what they were really trying to accomplish?

And who was the person arrested in Toronto yesterday?

A millionaire CyberSecurity expert who contracts out his services in Toronto, lives in Forest Hills, and according to friends was purportedly testing G20 security.

He also just happens to be a licensed private investigator.

Sorry but this last arrest just fits my scenario like a proverbial glove.

If I were in the Integrated Security Unit, I'd be trying to figure out who paid the CyberSecurity expert, the Engineer, and the retired CIDA civil servant to do this and how much they were being paid for this particular service.

And I wouldn't be looking for a paper trail of cash. I'd be looking for cash purchases of property as well as home renovations, etc.

Let's face it, the private security firms were the one's that gained the most by these "terrorist" attacks as did their Investors. And if they financed these attacks they are as responsible as those who committed them.

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