by Tyler Durden
DHS creates false flag threat in Minnesota in order to force Congress to fund the department.
The threat reflects “reflects the new phase we’ve evolved to in the global terrorist threat in that you have groups such as al Shabaab and ISIL publicly calling for independent actors in their homelands to carry out attacks,” he said.
“We’re in a new phase in that these groups are relying more and more on independent actors to become inspired, drawn to the cause … carrying out small scale attacks on their own, through their effective use of the Internet,” Johnson added. “So, that’s why it’s critical that we work in the communities where these groups might be able to recruit, to help develop the counter-narrative, to build trust with law enforcement, with Homeland Security, with state and local law enforcement.”