A Noble Lie (Documentary on Oklahoma City Bombing)

The bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Building in Oklahoma City (OKC)  was a major terrorist incident on April 19, 1995, with all the markings of an intelligence operation. The oddities and shady dealings seem par for the course as these types of events play out year after year. 

A Noble Lie, a documentary on the OKC bombing, sheds light on what happened in stark relief to the official narrative. I recommend watching it.

OKC Bombing: Official Story

Mainstream historical account: Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agency (ATF) mishandled the Branch Davidians event and killed 75+ people, including 25 children in Waco, TX. This pissed off Timothy McVeigh. So did the Ruby Ridge debacle where the FBI shot Randy Weaver’s wife and son in a botched surveillance operation.

In response, McVeigh hauled fertilizer and fuel in a rental truck and blew it up in front of the Murrah building in OK City, where ATF had an office. Final tally: 168 people dead, including 19 children, and 680 injured. No ATF agents died because somebody warned them not to come to the office that day. 

There were similar stories about certain people skipping work at the twin towers on 9/11. 

The courts found McVeigh along with accomplice Terry Nichols guilty. They executed McVeigh by lethal injection on June 11, 2001, and sentenced Nichols to life in prison.

The Playbook

McVeigh was the patsy. He did time in the military and was honorably discharged after which his personality changed as he morphed into a vocal agitator against the government.

McVeigh often ranted in public venues like gun shows and militia meetings. Some speculate McVeigh was part of the FBI PATCON (Patriot Conspiracy) operation, infiltrating militias and right-wing groups to agitate. But, he got caught holding the bag in the OKC bombing. Much like Lee Harvey Oswald.

But why? Well, after Ruby Ridge and WACO, there was a growing militia, and patriot movement that was anti-government, pro-guns, and pro-freedom. Don’t tread on me kind of guys. Budding totalitarian regimes don’t appreciate these types, so they do everything they can to obliterate them, including infiltrating and encouraging them to perform violent acts. They smear anybody who dares mutter the word “liberty” as a domestic terrorist.

This, then, devolves into a gun grab and demonization of the far-right demographic. Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, VA and January 6 “insurrection” in Washington D.C.  were continuations of the theme with feds oozing all over those operations. 

President Bill Clinton signed the Anti-Terrorism Act in 1996, which was the slippery slope to complete erosion of civil liberties in the United States under the rubric of safety. The PATRIOT Act signed after the 9/11 attacks pushed the nonsense even further.

Radicalized Nazis in Ukraine take the white threat to the Al Qaeda level as the next violent worldwide threat. 

This is a common practice. Demoralize a group of people with unmitigated violence and tyranny against their people. Gaslight them. Encourage aggressive pushback. Manufacture events to show the world the group is a threat. Keep poking and prodding and moving the new band of terrorists into tinderbox points of conflict to accomplish geopolitical objectives, while building a stronger case against them in the court of public opinion. And, make sure to embed agitators and agent provocateurs to maintain constant tension, thick with revolutionary ethos.

Shady Shit, Strange Coincidences, Violent Narrative Control, and Predictive Programming

The OKC police bomb squad was conducting a search across the street from the Murrah building that morning.

Local law enforcement was looking for more bombs as they were conducting a proper investigation before the feds took over and derailed it.

The media initially reported that officials were removing undetonated bombs from the scene. By afternoon they had changed their tune to align with the truck bomb-only story.

FBI and DOJ intimidated terrified grand jurors.

Truck bombs deliver air blasts. 8-feet thick columns with rebar are not broken with air blasts. Debris blown out to the other side of the street makes it obvious there were explosives inside the building. Seismic data says there were multiple blasts. 

A witness saw men adding putty and wire to columns. That’s how you string composition C4 to demolish a building.

Surveillance tapes from surrounding buildings and the Murrah building went missing. The FBI, in response to FOIA requests, said they can’t find them.

There’s always prophetic fiction or entertainment. The brother of the Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating was working on a novel about a bombing in Oklahoma City. The bomber’s name was Thomas McVay.

Two dozen eyewitnesses saw McVeigh near the Murrah building in a Ryder truck with a passenger. The FBI ignored them. Probably because the man was an operative or informant, who they didn’t want to be connected to the event.

Witnesses saw feds halt the rescue efforts to gather papers and pull boxes of documents out of the building. They stored documents about shady Clinton cases in that building, including Whitewater, Mena, Lasater Ranch, and Iran Contra. Bill Clinton (1993-2001) was president at the time of the blast. 

They demolished the Murrah building 34 days after the explosion, making a thorough investigation impossible.


It takes a lot of guts and grit and high moral character to stand up against these obvious government psyops. They punish people who speak the truth.

I’m always amazed and heartened by people, who risk their lives on principle.

Terry Yeakey, an OKC police officer was issuing a traffic ticket when the bomb went off. He started pulling people out of the building. He disagreed with the official narrative about what happened and was public about it. They murdered him not too long afterward and called it suicide.

Don Browning, an Oklahoma City police department whistleblower, was never comfortable with the investigation. He made it known he did not believe Yeakey committed suicide.

They dismissed Hoppy Heidelberg from the Grand Jury after he started asking too many probing questions.

Congressman Charles Key after getting a whiff of cover-up and collusion from law enforcement, the judicial system, plus local and federal government, formed a citizen’s investigation team and helped launch a citizen’s grand jury. They infiltrated this group and turned the investigation on the grand jurors rather than the crime.

“If you don’t hold government accountable it will get worse as time goes on.” – Charles Key

General Benton Partin did a bomb blast analysis and said there were contact explosives placed on the beams in four critical areas in the building.

Agent Frederick Whitehurst blew the whistle on the sketchy FBI dealings in this event, they forced him to retire.

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