False Flag Attacks - Conspiracy Truths.

History of American False Flag Operations The leaders of smaller and less industrialised nations are not madmen (whatever the media claims). They also are generally better informed than their citizens. In a war an attacker does not need equal forces compared to the enemy. The attacker needs a 5-fold local superiority, or better.

In 2001, attacks in New York and Washington are blamed on Al Qaeda as a pretext for invading Afghanistan. In the months leading up to the event, American negotiators had warned Afghanistan’s Taliban that they were interested in securing right of way for proposed pipeline projects, and the US would achieve this with either a carpet of gold or a carpet of bombs.

Hoisting the false flag - The Boston Globe.

False Flag Terrorism. There are numerous examples of false flag attacks throughout history. For example, it is widely known that the Nazis, in Operation Himmler, faked attacks on their own people and resources which they then blamed on the Poles,. (see also this short essay and this report).False Flags: Their History and their Future by KING JB Despite the fact, that main stream media tells you that the thought is a conspiracy theory, the facts are that the government has planned and followed through with false flag operations for many years.False flag attacks throughout history have been the catalyst to many significant world-changing events, including but not limited to the starting of world wars and genocides, and are directly and indirectly responsible for the countless deaths of now millions of innocent victims across the globe.


There are many examples of false flag attacks throughout history. For example, it is widely known that the Nazis, in Operation Himmler, faked attacks on their own people and resources which they blamed on the Poles, to justify the invasion of Poland. And it has now been persuasively argued — as shown, for example, in this History Channel video — that Nazis set fire to their own parliament.Shocking List Of Official Proven False Flag Attacks February 2, 2015 Sean Adl-Tabatabai Conspiracies 11 A False flag attack is a covert operation designed to deceive so that it appears as though it has been carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed it.

Soviet aircraft false flags. Recently declassified documents show yet more American false flag plotting, this time against the Soviet Union. A three-page memo, written by members of the National Security Council, suggested that the US government should acquire Soviet aircraft which would be used to stage attacks and provide the pretext for war.

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False flag terrorist attacks were carried out in Latin America and other regions as part of the CIA’s “Dirty Wars“. And see this. (27) Similarly, a CIA “psychological operations” manual prepared by a CIA contractor for the Nicaraguan Contra rebels noted the value of assassinating someone on your own side to create a “martyr” for the cause.

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Throughout history, false flag operations have been used to provide casus belli — a justification for war. In 1788 a squad of Swedish soldiers dressed in Russian uniforms attacked a Swedish.

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False Flag - A Modern and Historical Account of Staged Attacks by American Interests and the Economic Powers that Fueled Them Due to the recent missile attack on the Syrian military by U.S. forces, many of us are left stunned and confused as to why this attack took place. The prospect of further foreign conflicts seemed like the last thing on the minds of the current administration up until.

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What is a False Flag? A false flag is an action carried out by a person or group, like a government or cabal, that is blamed on someone else to achieve a subversive goal. False flags pose as imminent threats to the security of a populace, when in fact they’re usually committed by that group’s own government. False flag conspiracy theorists are often derided as being overly paranoid, fear.

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The flag consisted of a green pine tree with a white background, with the words, “An Appeal to Heaven” inscribed on it (US History). Throughout the history of the U.S., there has been over 30 variations of the American flag (US History). However, the origin of the official American flag is unknown.

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Author Richard Dolan made a presentation at the 2015 Contact in the Desert conference about what he calls the “false flag era.” According to Dolan, because false flag operations require control over the global media narrative and the ability to intimidate other countries into not speaking out against “inside jobs,” only a few countries have the means and motives to pull them off.

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What are False Flags? “Provocation is one of the most basic, but confounding, aspects of warfare. Despite its sometimes obvious use, it has succeeded consistently against audiences around the world, for millennia, to compel war.” J.D. Maddox Former CIA CounterTerrorism Center Chief intelligence advisor to.

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Below is a list of proven false flag attacks of the past. This list may help people realise what governments are capable of doing. Japanese troops set off a small explosion on a train track in 1931, and falsely blamed it on China in order to justify an invasion of Manchuria.

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False flag attacks occur when government engages in covert operations designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations seem as if they are being carried out by other entities. False flag terrorism is a favorite political tactic used by governments worldwide.

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