Thursday, June 4, 2009

Homeland Security Money for Synagogues

Recall a couple weeks back, the arrest of the so called "Temple Plot"
Ignore the usual brouhaha about the arrests, a number of media outlets pointed out that this was the same old, same old useful idiots kind of sting.
Read here or here or here.

Yet not every New Yorker was impressed by the latest in a long line of purported anti-terrorist triumphs that have supposedly averted tragedy in New York, Chicago, Toronto and several other North American cities since September 11, 2001.

Kindlon’s complaints were echoed by other legal experts who have repeatedly questioned the FBI’s reliance on undercover informants – known as confidential witnesses (CWs) – who lure gullible radicals into far-fetched plots that are then foiled by the agents monitoring them.
Useful idiots, with no real weapons, no real explosives wooed by an undercover informant who sets up the entire sting.
Yup, this same operation has been carried out before. One writer even noted this was an ideal false flag op.

Face it, law enforcement has to do, what it has to do to make and keep itself relevant. To keep taxpayer dollars pouring in, they have to demonstrate their necessity. Even if that means concocting "terrorist" groups.

Busted New York Terror Plot Strengthens Plea for More Anti-Terror Funding

See what I mean, a call for more funding. Concot a terror group and get more funding.

Not necessarily limited to law enforcement, it seems everyone wants a piece of the taxpayer pie? Also getting a slice of the taxpayer pie, the two synagogues, the alleged targets, are now getting money from Homeland Security $25,000 dollars each to upgrade or install security systems.
It seems it was Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, who approached Gov. David A Paterson and requested the security money.
Now a bunch of thoughts come to my mind..
Seperation of church and state?
Were the synagogues really threatened?
Was this a reward to synagogues for their use and/or abuse in the set up?
Also, when Mosques are targetted are they afforded the same type of security???
How about other churches? And other terrorists?


  1. At least its not so insulting as the whole bin Laden thing. I bet someone finds a comic book one day with this character bin Laden in it going around blowing up buildings.

    I think that people are past the "I hate Jews" thing that seemed to have worked in Germany. Most people know that Zionism does not equal Jewry.

  2. As per usual everything is arse-about. Any sensible person would have to wonder if the problem was that the cops didn't have too much time and money to begin with. Without the cops, the 'terrorist plot' would have been nothing more than a couple of guys griping.

    But that's how it works. They fake the terror and then give themselves a big pile of money to fight it. And when I say 'fight' I mean 'fake more terror'. Honestly, they're the worst people on the planet. Wouldn't you say?

  3. It's like a massive extortion racket...

  4. hey you all!
    it really is like a massive extortion racket.
    It allows law enforcement and homeland security and all the entities to self-perpetuate themselves, and swallow up more and more taxpayers money.

    Nobody made a good point if they have money to frame people with non-explosives, given to them after months and months of help from an undercover operative who makes an untold amount of money
    (mubin shaik redux) they already have too much money in their budget.
    But then when they "arrest" their useful idiots , this justifies having even more money thrown at them.
    No one is any the wiser for all this crap, most people are ignorant or gullible and don't even question this nonsense, though it appears to be the same m.o. over and over and over.

    When do people catch on?

    I am waiting to see if the church where the doctor was shot gets homeland security money.

  5. Penn the catch is that They don't catch on, thats why the game is so easy to play.