The more we review the Boston Bombing False Flag which happened back in April,the more evidence accumulates to point at the fact that the whole thing was a calculated distraction from much bigger events which happened simultaneously but went under the public radar. It seems like the Federal perpetrators of the Boston Bombing threw this exceptionally incompetent piece of staged terrorism in the public’s faces on purpose, in order to focus everyone’s attention on Boston, while other black-ops teams were executing their terrorist plans on behalf of their corporate paymasters elsewhere.
The first major and hardly reported attack happened in the Texas fertilizer-plant bombing (a clue regarding the possible culprits was published by no other then the Wall Street journal: Before the Blast, West Fertilizer’s Monsanto Lawsuit.) The criminal investigation which started later on by the authorities is yet to produce results.
The second major unreported attack was reported a few days ago: a highly sophisticated and meticulously executed attack on a California power station by professional snipers who knew exactly what they were doing: they cut off fiber-optic cables ahead of time. A metal vault cover was lifted, which would require multiple people. Surveillance cameras at the substation were blinded by a streak of light. The shots, from AK-47s, hit oil-filled cooling systems, but in such a way as to avoid an explosion but still make them leak oil. Piles of rocks were found in certain areas that police believe were left by a scout ahead of time to designate points of attack.
This high level commando raid cannot be attributed to “Islamic terrorism” in any way or form. It cannot be attributed to foreign agents who wanted to ‘probe American defenses ahead of a bigger attack’ as some analysts have already suggested, because they have exposed their presence and methodology by carrying out the California attack,which would make no sense in the case of a preliminary operation. The only probable suspects are domestic terrorists in the form of rogue spec-ops veterans, be they former military or former CIA or former FBI. The goal in this case is not entirely clear, nor is the answer to the ‘Qui Bono’ question, but something here is extremely fishy about the whole affair. We’ll have to wait and see what kind of intel is going to be revealed in the future.
The Wall Street Journal broke a story this week about a largely unknown sniper attack from last year on a California electric substation. Apparently on April 16, 2013, a group of snipers launched an attack on the Metcalf substation in San Jose, knocking 17 giant transformers offline that service Silicon Valley. To avoid a blackout, other power plants in Silicon Valley made up for the shortfall, but repairs took almost a month to complete.
Details of the event were kept quiet in order to reveal information that could help copycats. However, Jon Wellinghoff, former Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), is going public about the event because to date there have been no arrests. He calls the episode, “the most significant incident of domestic terrorism involving the grid that has ever occurred.” He fears the attackers may be planning a larger attack.
Wellinghoff also believes that it wouldn’t take much to inflict serious damage on the nation’s electricity grid. He says that a large-scale blackout could result from only a remarkably few number of substations going offline.
What makes the Metcalf case more troubling is the sophisticated nature in which the attack unfolded. The Wall Street Journal put together a detailed timeline of the event. The attackers cut off fiber-optic cables ahead of time. A metal vault cover was lifted, which would require multiple people. Surveillance cameras at the substation were blinded by a streak of light. The shots, from AK-47s, hit oil-filled cooling systems, but in such a way as to avoid an explosion but still make them leak oil. Piles of rocks were found in certain areas that police believe were left by a scout ahead of time to designate points of attack. When police officers arrived, the attackers were gone. Military experts believe the job was “professional.”
Many utilities have since updated their security protocols, but Wellinghoff thinks that the grid remains vulnerable to attack. The FBI is “continuing to sift through evidence,” but no arrests have been made.
We strongly recommend you to read the full WSJ report on the affair.