posted on Jul, 14 2012 @ 07:39 PM
I don't see anything happening at this years Olympic Games. There has just been so much talk about the security arrangements in the UK press, I
don't see how it would make any sense for a false flag attack.
If I was going to do a false flag I would definitely choose a high profile target, and you don't get much more high profile than the Olympics, but I
would choose a symbol of everyday life or a target implicitly symbolic of the nation I was going to attack.
I would want people to feel like they are no longer safe in their everyday lives, so I could grab some rights off of them. I'm thinking this could be
more difficult to accomplish in attacking a big international event, people would be thinking "This is outrageous. We knew this could happen and it
did, blame the government!"
If you attack a symbol of everyday life or nationalism, like a subway or skyscraper, I can imagine people crying out to have their peace of mind
restored. "Please, please read my emails and make me carry an ID card, if it keeps me safe from those nasty terrorists, then do it!"
Also, with regards to the symbolism of London destruction/Illuminati symbolism; that is really quite odd. All I can think is that in the last 10 to 15
years as these topics rise a little in the public conscious, they symbolism is exploited to sell music. A bit of a cop out answer,but I just can't
explain it otherwise.
I can't see the symbols being messages, I'm sure Illuminati have email/blackberry messenger.
I would be interested to see any symbolism used previous to other attacks/disasters. I mean, was this kind of stuff going on just before 9/11? Did the
Chinese advertise Euro 2000 with a cartoon of skyscrapers burning and collapsing?