Today is the 18th Anniversary
Most network channels have been hitting hard on the internet, internet, internet, implying the need for "authorities" to have immediate access to anyone's online history, emails, etc. Also mentioning the internet as a "tool for jihadists", and a place where people can learn how to make dangerous devices. It's like they're priming the public to accept even more draconion privacy invasions, even beyond CISPA. I felt certain that no matter who caused this attack in Boston that it would be quickly used to justify continuing losses of privacy and civil liberties, and based on what I've seen today, that's part of the media agenda.
Another reason I've been thinking about the OKC bombing is an excellent documentary I just watched about it. I am posting it below, and I hope you will make the time for it very soon. It will definitely blow your mind! It's well-researched and a careful piece of work. There is so much about that horrible day in 1995 that we've never heard about! After I saw this program, I was astounded at just how much I didn't know about this prequel to 9/11. See what you think:
The website for this movie is here.
"...The body of evidence that stands contrary to the official story is immense and glaring, one reason we decided to embark upon a documentary to reclaim the history of the bombing. In the early days of the bombing, the truth-seeking efforts were being led by Glenn Wilburn, who lost two grandchildren in Americares, and Oklahoma State Representative Charles Key, who founded the Oklahoma Bombing Investigation Committee (OKBIC)..."