#911Truth WTFact #46: Deja Vu? The 1993 WTC Bombing And The FBI Patsies
Did you miss the introduction to this year’s campaign?
When the September 11 attacks on the World trade Center come to mind, many of us tend to forget about the unsuccessful bombing attempt in 1993.
Déjà vu is a strange phenomenon that even the most skeptical, fact driven human has trouble explaining. We won’t get metaphorical on you, but it’s an almost inexplicable sensation that some attribute to a greater meaning than the happenstance of the moment. In the 1998 movie the Matrix, that feeling was described as “a glitch in the matrix” and “it happens when they change something”, says Trinity.
Ironically, that description fits the feeling one gets after seeing the parallels that emerge when comparing the 2001 World Trade Center attack the unsuccessful 1993 attempt.
The 1993 attack was an operation that was a controlled scheme put together by federal agents which only needed the help of unwitting people on the ground, who commonly fall in to 1 of 2 categories, either the useful idiot or worse, the patsy. The useful idiot, while a crass term, is apropos because while that person may be intelligent, they do not make the mental link that they’re about to be framed for a crime. This type of person does not need to be coaxed or encouraged to do the criminal act and especially if they sympathize with the cause politically or religiously.
The patsy, by comparison, is targeted for having either a lower IQ or for being psychologically vulnerable to a handler. This tactic has been used countless times by intelligence agencies and law enforcement. It does have some legitimacy as a way to ascertain guilt but can backfire as it creates an unstable mental environment in that person’s mind and they must be kept under a watchful eye because if they do get away, it’s like losing one of their government-built bombs, very dangerous.
Now to the 9 men who played a role in the 1993 bombing, they are listed below:
Ramzi Yousef, a.k.a. Abdul Basit Karim– the key man; likely Iraqi agent.
El Sayid Nosair– murderer of Rabbi Meir Kahane, bomb plot initiator.
Emad Salem– Former Egyptian Military officer turned FBI informant with ties to Egyptian intelligence.
Mohammed Salameh– Palestinian fundamentalist, Nosair accomplice and early plotter.
Musab Yasin– Iraqi with New Jersey apartment where Yousef first went.
Abdul Rahman Yasin– Musab’s brother, led FBI to apartment where bomb was made.
Nidal Ayyad– Palestinian fundamentalist convicted in the World Trade Center bombing.
Mahmud Abu Halima– Egyptian fundamentalist cab driver convicted in the World Trade Center bombing.
Eyyad Ismail–Palestinian from Jordan charged with having driven the van.
While each one of them has notable facts about them, for purpose of this article, Emad Salem is the main focus. He was a former Egyptian military veteran with ties to Egyptian intelligence, who eventually found himself as an FBI informant installed as one of the group leaders with this case. As a precaution, he taped all his encounters with FBI officials.
For approximately two months prior to the bombing, the FBI sat back and watched as the patsies put together the provided materials needed for the bombing.
Salem became increasingly worried the longer the operation dragged on. Salem was under the impression that the bomb wasn’t supposed to be real, as he thought it was just part of a sting operation. As the attack drew closer, Salem began to get worried and made sure to tape the conversations he had with anyone official, just in case.
The group rented storage space that was used as a staging area for the bomb and subsequent loading of it into a Ryder rental van. The terrorists drove the 1,500-pound urea-nitrate bomb into the basement area of the World Trade Center, parked, set the fuse and left. The explosion rocked the World Trade Center however the attempt to topple the WTC as a combination of factors prevented the bomb from causing critical structural failure, although six people were killed and 1000+ were injured in the misfired blast. An FBI explosives expert later stated that, “if they had found the exact architectural Achilles’ heel or if the bomb had been a little bit bigger, not much more, 500 pounds more, I think it would have brought her down.”
The FBI was heralded by the mainstream media for it’s “quick work” in cracking the case, but that was until information related to the actual events could not be obscured any longer. We now know these 9 men were, in reality, a combination of informants, useful idiots and patsies for the FBI.
Let’s come back to Emad Salem who was in contact with a direct FBI handler for most of that period. The FBI team then sat back and allowed the team to make the bomb while keeping Salem confused as to what was happening. The key narrative in this is that the FBI could have prevented the bomb from detonating however, they demanded Salem let the attack continue, which he did. Even afterwards, the bureau tried to cover it up.
It is public knowledge that this group was selected, groomed and enabled by the feds. The court documents show it, the newspapers chronicled it and the nightly news immortalized it, but this information has been hidden from view for most people.
This was a false flag operation where the FBI worked right along side the men they were framing, right up until the moment that the plot became operational and then, they made sure that it proceeded. They trained the supposed terrorists and allowed them to orchestrate the attack in order to propagate fear throughout the nation that Middle Eastern terrorists wanted to kill Americans, similar to the sentiment inspired by the 9/11 attacks.
To drive this point home, consider the 2002 60 Minutes interview of Abdul Rahman Yasin.
Yasin confirms that Yousef was the maker of the bomb used in the attack and that Yousef learned the process in a terrorist camp in Peshawar, Pakistan, before entering the United States.
“He said that in Peshawar there were schools that taught” bomb-making.
Asked if he knew that Yousef had been trained to come to the United States as a terrorist to make bombs and blow things up, Yasin says, “I knew that after I started working with them.“
Yasin was picked up by the FBI a few days after the bombing in an apartment in Jersey City, N.J., that he was sharing with his mother. He was so helpful and coöperative, giving the FBI names and addresses, that they released him.
Yasin says he was even driven back home in an FBI car.
Considering this pattern of events, you should be getting that nagging feeling of déjà vu right about now.
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