Patsies, doubles, double agents?
How do you persuade ordinary people to join in false flag terror attacks?
You can threaten them.
On 5 January 2010, in The Independent (UK), we read that MI5 is 'still using threats to recruit Muslim spies'
According to The Independent:
Isahaq Elmi, 31, claims that for nine months he has been harassed by MI5 agents in order to force him to work for them.
Isahaq Elmi says he has been bombarded with phone calls and tricked into attending meetings at police stations in Birmingham.
Ahmed Diini, 21, says that he was visited by spooks at the Birmingham school where he worked and threatened with arrest.
When he went on holiday he says he was twice detained at UK airports.
He alleges he was bombarded with phone calls and threatened with detention under the Terrorism Act.
He claims MI5 suggested that his life would be made easier if he agreed to work for MI5.
In 2009, The Independent reported five cases where people complained of similar harassment.
Isahaq Elmi reports that at Heathrow anti-terror police officers threatened to arrest him and detain him at Paddington Green police station where terror suspects are held.
Some months later, Isahaq Elmi was persuaded to go to a police station where MI5 agents said "they were recruiting young Western fighters."
After leaving the police station, the phone calls continued. Reportedly, one of the MI5 agents began shouting and said, 'One way or another we are going to get you.'"
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