reply to post by ROBL240
Any false flag attack would be conducted by a very small group of people. In order to do this they would have to create distractions to keep other
departments or agencies busy, or they would have to intervene to prevent their own plans from being halted.
The FBI, as it stands, probably wouldn't have any idea that an event was being planned as a false flag. It would be a covert group within the CIA,
and they would be issuing distracting noise to confuse all other departments, or warning specific people off the scent if they were getting too
The idea that all FBI or CIA staff would be "in on it" is a nonsense. 99% of them are just out there doing their jobs, thinking they are protecting
the country. They would have no clue what is really going on.
My gut tells me this story is serving two purposes...
1. Scare the people and heighten the press awareness on terror. Today various sources are also reporting the killing of a senior AL-Q member in
Somalia. Therefore, it gives the impression of money well spent, progress. While it scares the public to have raids in Queens, they can point
elsewhere and say the strategy is working and they are beating the mythical beast.
2. Distract agencies to prevent them focusing on the real threat elsewhere.
This will also help to secure funding after another event, because they can all come back to government and say they were stretched to the limit and
didn't see something else coming.
I think there is a lot of chatter out there right now to indicate that something is coming. Osama messages, searches, the G20, warnings about
But I don't think this current thing is anything other than a distraction with the added benefits of scaring people and increasing media attention in
I think something is likely to happen, but this is the "secretive cabal" using smoke and mirrors on their own agencies to throw people off. Just as
the warnings about 9/11 were ignored due to other threats.