On 31 July 2012 security guards discovered a bomb attached to the underside of a vehicle that was trying to enter the U.S. embassy compound in Oslo, Norway.
The embassy and the royal palace were evacuated, the subway was shut down, and an international children’s soccer game was cancelled at nearby Voldslokka Stadium, so that police could use the stadium field for helicopters. Much of central Oslo was kept in lock-down for hours.
Deputy State Dept. spokesperson Patrick Ventrell claimed that the device was a “dummy bomb” that has been previously used in a “drill” and was “forgotten” on the vehicle.
There are three possibilities...
(1) The U.S. government is truthful about the device being accidentally left on the vehicle.
(2) The device was indeed a dummy, and was intended to be used to entrap a manufactured “terrorist.”
(3) The car bomb was real, and the U.S. government planned to detonate it as a false flag. This was almost exactly one year after Anders Breivik detonated a car bomb at the nearby prime minister’s office. Breivik’s 10-week trial ended last month, and a verdict is expected any day. Commemorative ceremonies are taking place throughout Oslo. The timing was perfect for a false flag. However the plot was foiled when low-level security guards caught the bomb at the entrance to the compound. The USA then concealed its embarrassment by immediately seizing the bomb and claiming that it was “fake,” and was “accidentally” attached to the vehicle. The Oslo police believed this lie, since they did not have the bomb. The corporate media falsely claimed that the Oslo police “confirmed” that the bomb was a “dummy.”
Who was driving this vehicle? What happened to him or her? How could this “neglect” have happened? The USA will not answer any questions, saying, “The U.S. embassy doesn’t comment on matters of security.”
Some media outlets say the vehicle did not try to enter the U.S. embassy compound, but was parked near the compound.
We will never know the truth.
All we know for sure is that the U.S. government never tells the truth about ANYTHING.