posted on Oct, 29 2014 @ 11:51 PM
Yep, sure, it's all fake, none of what's been reported has happened.
Of course not.
How silly of us to think it's true. Oh thank you oh wise OP for showing us the light.
Now back to reality..those hundreds of Australian military personnel, and thousands from other allied countries, who are in the Middle East
specifically for supporting the air strike operations, what about them? Are they all in on this too?
That's a lot of people to convince and pay off.
Paying them off is easy. Convincing people who've sworn to protect their country and people to lie to their country and people and be part of
something like that is not going to be easy.
Similarly pretending that these people and equipment have been deployed, and convincing these people to stay quiet and go into hiding or something, is
not going to be easy either.
Similarly deploying all these assets to the Middle East, and then lying about what they are doing there, and then expecting the people involved to
keep the secret, is not going to be easy.
You then have independent investigative journalists who could uncover the truth, if it really was all a big lie and mostly CGI and green screens. Have
they been paid off, are they part of the cover up too?
For this to be a cover up, there has to be literally thousands upon thousands of people who are in on it.
Everyone from the most insignificant behind the scenes tech guys to the guy who fills the jets with fuel, to the guys who load the bombs onto the
jets, to the guy who is responsible for making the coffee for the news reporters in the studios.
About the only people who would be part of a cover up would be the special forces who are deployed.
But for them to be part of a cover up they would already have to be indoctrinated into some secret group and be involved in some pretty bad sh*t to
And I say them, because their missions are classified, and only a few people know whats really going on.
Whereas air strikes involve hundreds of people.
There's hundreds of people involved in Australia's operations out there, and Australia only sent 4 Hornets, 1 AWACS, and a tanker aircraft.
Now imagine America's personnel requirements, France's, the UK's..etc.
The probability and likelihood is impossible.
And then if you take into account the fact that this pilot or this ground crew guy might know ten people in the army or five people in the navy..well,
someone will smell a rat and it will leak out that something is up.
Why can't people just accept that what's happening is actually happening, when it's obvious that it actually is happening.
The terror threats in Australia for example a real. The incidents that have happened actually did happen.
The terror attack in Canada did happen, it was real.
People(??) are looking in the wrong places, as usual, and muddying the waters and distorting the information out there. Why? Need attention or 15
minutes of fame?
ISIS was created either indirectly or directly.
It's not gotten out of control, again either on purpose or by miscalculation. And it's very obviously being used as a pretext to further the agenda
in the region.
Either way, it is a threat and that threat has manifested it self across the globe.
And it isn't the only group trying to spread it's tentacles.
There wouldn't be a threat in our home countries if the borders weren't thrown open to all these types.
Islamic immigration is the cause of many problems in many western countries.
Throw them all in camps and work through a process of deportation.
That's the only real way to make our societies safe again.