Written in a white hot heat, William Rivers Pitt excoriates all, including myself, who see the slow-moving “Boston Bombing” theatrical-event-with-cast-of-thousands as one more tight turn in what appears to be an attempt to rapidly spiral the U.S. into a full-fledged police state.
Reading this personal account of what that 24-hour so-called “lockdown” was like for someone living in or near Watertown, I begin to wonder if what actually happens on the ground is of no consequence. What is of consequence is how the MSM media spins (or makes up out of whole cloth) what does or does not happen on the ground, which then inspires the alt-media to spin it other ways, etc.
Me? I’m glad to hear from someone on the ground. And yet I still do tend to place this ongoing(?) event in a larger false-flag context, and I still wonder why the 9000 troops with tanks.
Hint: his title is ironic.