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Toronto Terrorist Ringleader Has Military Connections
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Entered into the database on Thursday, June 08th, 2006 @ 14:12:43 MST


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Media frenzy over terror plot distracts from Bilderberg Group conference

The much vaunted Toronto terrorist plot sank deeper into the abyss of absurdity late Wednesday when it was revealed that the alleged ringleader of the cell, Steven Vikash Chand, was a former Canadian soldier.

CBC News reports,

"The lawyer for Steven Chand, also known as Abdul Shakur, said Tuesday that his client is accused of wanting to storm Parliament, behead the prime minister and attack a number of sites, including the CBC building in Toronto.

A newspaper report on Wednesday said Chand had been a member of the Royal Regiment of Canada, a reservist unit, and that he had been given weapons training.

Military confirms connection

The Toronto Star said the military confirmed, but downplayed, Chand's military connection."

In every high profile case that we have studied, terrorist links to security and intelligence services as well as the military are uncovered.

From the evidence it is starting to appear that Chand was the kingpin for a government entrapment program that sought to manufacture a terrorist alert by creating a de facto terrorist cell.

Ya Ya Canada summarizes the indicators.

"The whole thing is smelling stinkier and stinkier. According to the Thomas Walkom of the Toronto Star [Suspects seem strictly second rate, Jun. 7] the suspects made certain that they bothered the neighbours in the vicinity of their "training camp" by trespassing and giving them "lip". They drew attention to themselves by "shooting of firearms", and playing "paintball"

"My guess is that they were simply playing paintball using paintball guns. And that they dressed up in military fatigues, or were encouraged to, for the fun of it. They may be Muslims, but they are boys, after all, and boys do stuff like that for fun. They could easily be set up to do it in order that an impression could be made."

"Walkom goes on to say: "The leader of these alleged terrorists was so disgusted with his young charges that he complained to Côté about their incompetence." Which makes it sound even more that they were set up."

The 9/11 attacks were preceded by the alleged hijackers (patsies) making themselves as visible as possible in an attempt to create a case history and a storyboard that the creaking official version events would later be pinned to. The Washington Post reported that the supposed devout Muslim fundamentalists were getting drunk and rowdy in a bar the night before the attacks and boasting of their positions as airline pilots.

The alarmist media circus that continues to froth over the arrest of 12 men and 5 teenagers is serving as a useful distraction from the Bilderberg meeting which begins Thursday in and will be attended by Canadian Prime Minister Steven Harper.

Alex Jones and the Infowars crew are already in Canada and will provide full exposure of the misdeeds of the scheming and plotting Globalist kingmakers that comprise the Bilderberg Group.