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Ont. police track suspicious fertilizer purchase

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The police are also denying’ this has anything to go with the G20 Funny, almost the exact same thing happened before the Olympics. The retraction, the revelation that the man with the missing fingers, limp and eyepatch (Keyser Söze?) is in fact a farmer will get nowhere near the media play that this announcement has. That’s just one way you’re manipulated through the media. The QMI News Agency/Sun Media/Quebecor company publicizing this report, incidentally, has recently submitted an application to start a news network that’s been described as ‘Fox News North’, to be headed by Harper’s former communications advisor. So watch out for more propaganda from that source, they’ve certainly started with a bang.

(About that OKC Federal building bombing that they keep bringing up recently- it’s been exposed as an incidence of state terror Timothy McVeigh was spotted, on video, at an army base specializing in explosives and demolitions when he was supposed to have been out visiting evil gun shows and hobnobbing with evil state militias in ’93. More on that here. History is littered with instances of what’s known as false flag terrorism, and the spectrum extends from opportunistic psychological operations to the most extreme events where a state stages some kind of attack to blame it on their enemies – he hit me first! the old schoolyard ploy- to go to war. Canada is not above this, look up the Macdonald commission report, and that’s just one example. Anyways, let’s just hope nothing of the sort is planned for the G20.)

Update (2010/06/09): What do you know – the mystery purchaser of the fertilizer turned out to be a farmer. ‘Anticlimactic’, indeed.

Related: Explosive chemicals not stolen prior to Olympics after all: RCMP | RCMP hasn’t closed book on missing potential explosive as Olympics loom | GPS game blamed for Ottawa bomb scare | ‘Bombs’ in Ottawa this weekend are just for training | Art student released on bail after bomb hoax

CBC News
June 8, 2010

Searching for man who bought 1,625 kg of ammonium nitrate in Lincoln, Ont.

Police in southern Ontario are reported to be searching for a man who bought what they consider to be a suspiciously large amount of fertilizer – enough, they say, to make a bomb.

The RCMP have confirmed to CBC News that a man purchased 65, 25-kilogram bags of ammonium nitrate fertilizer on May 26 at Vineland Growers’ Co-Operative Ltd., in Lincoln, Ont., near St. Catharines in the Niagara Region.

According to a report by the QMI news agency, alerts have been sent to police forces across Ontario asking them to keep an eye out for the man. The RCMP say they are assisting with the investigation.

The 1,625 kg of ammonium nitrate is enough to make an explosive of the kind used by U.S. bomber Timothy McVeigh, QMI quoted the alert as saying.

McVeigh packed more than 1,000 kg of ammonium nitrate into a truck and exploded it at a federal government building in Oklahoma City in 1995. More than 160 people died in the attack.

The ammonium nitrate purchase comes as police and the military begin tightening security because of the upcoming G8 and G20 summits in Huntsville, Ont., and in Toronto.

The suspect has been described as a Caucasian man between 40 and 50 years old with a short, stocky build. He might also be missing fingers from his right hand.

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