Friday, June 7, 2013

"Do You Have What It Takes To Be An FBI Special Agent?"


NPR whitewash, FBI Murders, coverup, the Obama connection


The Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking for some special people to be FBI Special Agents.

If you can answer YES to the following questions, then you have the right stuff to join our team!

1. Can you murder an innocent human(s) in cold-blood and still get a good night's sleep?

2. Can you plant incriminating evidence on someone we have designated a patsy?

3. Can you get on the witness stand and commit perjury in a court?

4. Can you help create phony evidence and plant it on the scene, like we did on 9/11?

5. Does the thought of shooting someone in the head, to get them to shut up permanently, make you aroused?

6. Are human thoughts about ethics and morality not part of your personality?

If you can do this to an innocent human being and not have that silly thing known as conscience bother you, call us today!


End of 'interview.'

Here's a video that shows that one of the designated patsies in the Boston Marathon FF Tamerlan Tsarnaev, depicted in the above video, was alive when taken into custody.


How to set up the patsy. Phone the patsy and give them some false info that will shake them up, getting them visibly nervous for the next part of the False Flag.



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