Oklahoma City bombing was a Mossad-German intelligence operation
Another western false flag terrorist attack covered up....
According to a former investigative reporter for CBS News, who spoke to WMR on background, the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Office Building on April 19, 1995 was the result of a closely coordinated plot by domestic espionage assets of Israel's Mossad and a German intelligence asset to pin blame for the bombing on Arabs in the United States and link the attack to Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
The official conclusion of federal prosecutors were that Army veteran Timothy McVeigh and his colleague Terry Nichols were solely to blame for the bombing that killed 169 people, including 19 children, and was, at the time, the deadliest terrorist attack ever to be carried out on American soil. The FBI ruled out any foreign connections to McVeigh and Nichols. McVeigh was executed by lethal injection after his conviction on 11 federal counts on June 11, 2001. Nichols was sentenced to life in prison for his role in the bombing.
The CBS News source tracked McVeigh to a right-wing and outwardly anti-Semitic"Christian Identity" compound known as Elohim City, Oklahoma and a German intelligence officer named Andreas Strassmeier, who spoke Hebrew and who had been married to an Israeli national. Strassmeier had infiltrated the Elohim City group. Strassmeier was the son of Gunther Strassmeier, the chief of staff to German Chancellor Helmut Kohl.
What soon became obvious to the CBS News source was that Strassmeier was the tip of a plot to blow up the Murrah buildng that involved not only a German intelligence asset, Strassmeier, but Israel's Mossad and key officials in the FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF).
The source also confirmed that a prison inmate named Kenny Trentadue, who was being held at the Federal Transfer Center for prisoners in Oklahoma City and who was mistaken by FBI interogators as the mysterious "John Doe number 2" accomplice of McVeigh, was beaten to death in the federal facility on August 21, 1995, two days after the Murrah bombing. Trentadue was arrested on the Mexican border on June 10, 1995, for driving on a suspended license.The source said the FBI concocted a story that Trentadue had committed suicide even though there was forensic evidence that he had been beaten to death.
In the days after the Murrah building bombing, a number of Arab-Americans were detained and questioned by federal authorities until it was announced that the bombing was carried out by right-wing elements to avenge the government's siege of the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas two years before.
Although the Strasmeier and Israeli connection to Oklahoma City was delved into by elements of the European media, the story never saw the light of day in the U.S. corporate media and much of the details have been relegated to Internet web sites.
Israeli false flag attacks on U.S. targets continue to this day and appear to be the rule rather than the exception. On March 23, a Yemeni court sentenced one man to death and two others to prison sentences for spying for Israel. The three Yemenis, including their Mossad-run leader, Bassam Abdullah al-Haidari, were said to have volunteered their services directly to Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who accepted. The group established a false flag group called the "Islamic Jihad of Yemen," which claimed to have bombed the U.S. embassy in Sana'a last September, killing 18, including six attackers. Six Islamic Jihad of Yemen suspects were arrested in October 2008 and three were released due to lack of evidence.
The Israeli involvement in the attack on the American embassy in Yemen is the latest in a long history of attacks on U.S. targets by the Mossad that were made to look like they were carried out by Arabs. In 1968, King Hussein of Jordan accused Israel of being behind the group Kateb al Nasr, which staged a stone attack on the U.S. embassy in Amman that resulted in widespread violence that caused the deaths of 29 people. Hussein said Jordan had fallen victim to "another Lavon affair," a reference to a 1954 Mossad attack on the U.S. Information Service library in Cairo that was made to appear that it was carried out by Egypt. The operation was organized by Israeli Defense Minister Pinhas Lavon.