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The Nashville Bombing vs. The Oklahoma City Bombing

By Paul Craig Roberts | Institute for Political Economy | December 29, 2020

The Nashville bombing raises questions about the Oklahoma City bombing. In 1995 the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City was blown up. Allegedly, the building was destroyed by a fertilizer bomb in a Ryder rental truck parked on the street. The Murrah building had massive reinforced concrete columns, some being 3 feet thick if memory serves. The front third of the building was destroyed with columns turned to dust.

The guilty parties were allegedly Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. According to reports, the blast killed 168 people, injured 680 others, and destroyed or damaged 324 buildings within a 16-block radius along with 86 cars and caused $652 million of damage in 1995 dollars.

At the time US Air Force General Partin, who had high level responsibilities for ordinance and weapons development, distributed an expert report to 75 members of the House and Senate. The report proved that the Murrah building blew up from the inside out. Many Americans concluded that the truck bomb was cover for an inside job. McVeigh and Nichols were regarded as patsies who thought they blew up the building, but their role was to direct attention away from those responsible.

General Partin’s report was quickly tossed into the Memory Hole. To get rid of the evidence the Murrah building was hauled away and buried just as the steel in the World Trade Center buildings in 2001 was sent abroad to be melted down, and an official bogus report was issued like the 9/11 official reports. Instead of a real investigation, we got a controlled explanation.

Twenty-five years after the Oklahoma City Bombing we have another bomb in a vehicle parked in the street in front of a building. This time the building is an AT&T building. The parked vehicle is a RV which could hold as much explosives as a rental truck. An interesting difference is that the RV is much closer to the building, seperated only by a sidewalk, whereas if memory serves, the Murrah building was set back from the street.

When the RV bomb went off, 3 people were injured, and building damage seems to be limited to blowing out windows. Clearly, there is no comparable structural damage to the Oklahoma City bombing.

Why? Was the RV bomb just an oversized firecracker? Or was General Partin, clearly an expert, correct when he concluded that the Murrah Federal building was blown up from the inside out?

December 29, 2020 - Posted by | False Flag Terrorism |


  1. Henry Makow: Does Nashville Bombing Signal a CIA vs NSA War?


    They say in Nashville was the RV explosion. Nope, not at all, look at the camera. Police are questioning people, many tweets from Antifa Members, plus the explosions was at the AT&T telecommunications for the Dominion voting machine. They are now scared.  #another4years #MAGA2020
    18 seconds long loop.

    Not sure if this has been seen angle for Nashville explosion.

    Liked by 1 person

    Comment by Leland Roth | December 29, 2020 | Reply

  2. Tell me this wasn’t a staged false flag. Watch this video and you can clearly witness the staging and how small the ‘bomb’ was…but it damaged buildings clear down the street.

    MUST SEE: Nashville Police Dept. Releases Body Cam of Christmas Explosion

    You will see a damaged building with all of it’s windows blown out but the flag is still hanging with out a trace of shreds. I’ve also seen where the manholes were blown up so it appears not only bombs placed in buildings but underground. By this video it even suggest a ‘training exercise’ with crisis actors.


    Comment by Sparrow | December 29, 2020 | Reply

    • There is also cam video showing what looks like a missile trail from the sky down some speculating that it would be cause by a DEW.


      Comment by Sparrow | December 29, 2020 | Reply

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