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    Exclamation Don't be the CIA's Next Patsy: A 10-Step Program

    An increasingly common pitfall in modern life is finding that you have been blamed for a CIA false flag. These practical steps will help avoid this perilous predicament.

    Modern life presents some unique challenges. STD's. Student loans. Banks seizing your accounts, etc. None is greater than the danger of becoming a patsy. This short article will help you avoid being the target of a massive, televised manhunt, and being butchered in the process.

    You see, being a patsy means you cannot be arrested and tried in a Court of Law. You cannot be allowed to speak publicly. That would defeat the whole purpose of blaming you for something they did. They will pretend you died resisting arrest. That's when they will take a meat cleaver to your chest. (I should not be flippant here. Tamerlan was arrested alive and subsequently murdered by the police.)

    Step Number One: Do not under any circumstances agree to participate in a "drill" designed to test precautions against "a terror attack." No matter how much money they offer, or how much they appeal to your patriotic instincts, this is a "sorry, no-can-do." Also, wherever this "drill" is, make sure you are a hundred miles away.

    Step Number Two: Convert to Judaism. Patsies are never Jews. Your local synagogue will provide information on Talmud Torah classes.

    Step Number Three: Patsies can be teenagers. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, right, is 19. If you are a teenager, or even a child, do not assume you are safe. Babies can rest easy, for now.

    Step Number Four: Question your gender. Homosexuality also confers immunity against becoming a patsy. If you are still in school, join a "gay-straight alliance." They will help you with the conversion process.

    Step Number Five: If you cannot become a Jew or homosexual, at least establish your liberal bona fides. Let slip that you voted for Barack Obama, love Diane Feinstein, read the New York Times, and watch Jon Stewart and SNL religiously. Put a PBS bumpersticker on your car. Patsies are never liberals.

    Step Number Six: Prepare a plan to follow in case they still make you the terrorist. When the bullets are flying, saying "I'm a patsy" won't cut it. You will need a hideout that is better than a boat parked in the backyard.

    Step Number Seven: There are cosmetic products that will help you lighten your complexion. Avoid suntans. You should not be mistaken for a Muslim. Your life depends on it.

    Step Number Eight: Make burial arrangements in advance. When the public has been incited to believe you are the incarnation of evil, funeral directors will have a hard time accepting your business.

    Step Number Nine - Study the lives of some of the great patsies in modern history. Lee Harvey Oswald. James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, Timothy McVeigh. Osama Bin Laden. James Holmes. Adam Lanza. What mistakes did they make that you can avoid? Certainly, one is getting involved with a CIA-FBI front group.

    Step Number Ten- Avoid friendly strangers with deep pockets who offer to arrange foreign travel and adventure for you and your friends.

    I welcome other suggestions from readers for sidestepping this common hazard. Anyone who believes the mass media accounts of these "terror attacks" is also a patsy, as are people who support the West's NWO-inspired aggression. Don't be one.

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    May 5, 2013

    I could tell this article was old:

    Step Number Four: Question your gender. Homosexuality also confers immunity against becoming a patsy. If you are still in school, join a "gay-straight alliance." They will help you with the conversion process.
    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    May 5, 2013

    I could tell this article was old:
    Times are changing, Robert Mueller was still in charge of FBI back then. The new guy has no idea how to set things up.

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    Stay off SSRI anti depressants.

    Stay off facebook, but check it often to see if someone is publishing manifestoes under your name.

    Don't be like John Hinkley, Jr. and make friends with Neil Bush.
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    Ron is wrong...
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    Amash is wrong...

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    Quote Originally Posted by acptulsa View Post
    Stay off facebook, but check it often to see if someone is publishing manifestoes under your name.
    Create a Google alert for your own name. Gets you notified if your name is mentioned anywhere. No need for checking FB. You may also discover distant relatives

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    I've been beaten nearly to death - it's not that bad. I pity those who attempt to make me their patsy.
    "Like an army falling, one by one by one" - Linkin Park

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    The best advice is to never do anything illegal.

    Unless a cop tells you to, of course, because its probably for a good reason.
    It's all about taking action and not being lazy. So you do the work, whether it's fitness or whatever. It's about getting up, motivating yourself and just doing it.
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    The FBI is 'manufacturing terrorism cases' on a greater scale than ever before

    Jun. 9, 2016

    The FBI has ramped up its use of sting operations in terrorism cases, dispatching undercover agents to pose as jihadists and ensnare Americans suspected of backing ISIS, aka the Islamic State, Daesh, or ISIL.

    On Thursday, roughly 67% of prosecutions involving suspected ISIS supporters include evidence from undercover operations, according to The New York Times.

    In many cases, agents will seek out people who have somehow demonstrated radical views, and then coax them into plotting an act of terrorism — often providing weapons and money. Before the suspects can carry out their plans, though, they're arrested.

    But critics say that the FBI's tactics serve to entrap only individuals who would never have committed any violence without the government's instigation.

    "They're manufacturing terrorism cases," Michael German, a former undercover agent with the FBI who now researches national-security law at New York University's Brennan Center for Justice, told The Times. "These people are five steps away from being a danger to the United States."

    'They target people who are genuinely psychotic'
    Increasingly, experts are worried that undercover operations of this kind infringe on the rights of Americans.

    Stephen Downs, an attorney and founding member of Project Salam , which gives legal support to Muslims, told Business Insider that " the government has developed a technique of engaging targets in conversations of a somewhat provocative nature, and then trying to pick up on things the target says, which might suggest illegal activity — and then trying to push them into pursuing those particular activities."

    Downs also said that the FBI often targets particularly vulnerable people, such as those with mental disabilities.

    "Very often, they [the FBI] target people who are genuinely psychotic, who are taking medication," he said.

    Last March, The Intercept profiled 25-year-old Sami Osmakac, who was "broke and struggling with mental illness" when he became the target of an FBI sting operation.

    "The FBI provided all of the weapons seen in Osmakac's martyrdom video," The Intercept reported. "The bureau also gave Osmakac the car bomb he allegedly planned to detonate, and even money for a taxi so he could get to where the FBI needed him to go."

    A recent study cited by BuzzFeed examined undercover operations for signs of entrapment by looking at terrorism prosecutions dating back to 9/11.

    The study coded each case for up to 20 signals that an individual had been a victim of this kind of entrapment, such as whether the defendant had no previous involvement in terrorism or whether they had been given some kind of monetary incentive to commit a crime.

    The vast majority of the 317 cases involving undercover operations contained signs of entrapment.

    Countless legal challenges have been made against these prosecutions, and facts supporting an entrapment defense are "pretty widespread," Jesse Norris, a legal scholar at SUNY Fredonia and the study’s leader, told BuzzFeed.

    'We're ... trying to figure out where the lines are'
    While no case has ever been thrown out on the basis of this kind of entrapment, ju dges have taken notice and raised concerns over the danger of entrapping otherwise innocent individuals in sting operations.

    "I believe beyond a shadow of a doubt that there would have been no crime here, except the government instigated it, planned it and brought it to fruition," Judge Colleen McMahon of the US District Court in Manhattan said in 2011.

    She was referring to the "Newburgh Four" case — a yearlong operation that began with an informant infiltrating a Newburgh, New York, mosque and ended with the arrest of four men who tried to launch a missile at an air base and two synagogues.

    Three years later, Human Rights Watch released a report expressing concern over law enforcement's "discriminatory and overly aggressive investigations using informants," noting that targets for these operations are often chosen based on specific political or religious indicators, such as if they are Muslim.

    Still, others believe that the entrapment method can ultimately make us safer.

    Karen Greenberg, for example, author of "Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State," believes that the "tension between security and liberty" that can result from these tactics is a good thing.

    "The amount of money, time, and resources that have been put into rethinking law enforcement since 9/11 has made us safer," she told Business Insider in an interview. "And now we're sort of trying to figure out where the lines are."

    Michael Steinbach, who leads the National Security Branch of the FBI, wasn't immediately available for comment.

    But he told The Times that "we're not just going to wait for the person to mobilize on his own time line," adding that the FBI couldn't "just sit and wait knowing the individual is actively plotting."

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    Step # 1 Do not hang out with the type of people who would attract paid informants . Step # 2 Be able to recognize a paid informant . Step # 3 Do not be really high all the time . If so you will not know the paid informants but in your paranoia you will think everyone is an informant except those that really are . Step # 4 operate on need to know basis . Privates in your Militia do not need to know how many times you dropped acid or about the Manifesto hidden in your Mothers basement . Step # 5 Never run out of Ammo , never surrender .

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    Don't be handled.

    Don't follow idiots.
    Liberty is lost through complacency and a subservient mindset. When we accept or even welcome automobile checkpoints, random searches, mandatory identification cards, and paramilitary police in our streets, we have lost a vital part of our American heritage. America was born of protest, revolution, and mistrust of government. Subservient societies neither maintain nor deserve freedom for long.
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