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Coming False Flag?

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posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 06:26 PM
Hi people just wanted to highlight that in 8 days time it will be September 11. Every year I think about the horrible crime against humanity and wonder what will come next.

Haven't seen anything on here about the significance that this year will be 11 years since the event. I know the number 11 has significance to these psychos so just wanted to point out that this year could be the one the favor for another mass ritual of death.


posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 06:30 PM
Don't know they don't seem to use the same dates twice. However first time for everything and it is as good a speculation as any...

posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 06:45 PM
People continualy posting about false flags does not do the cause much good!
If you got GOOD evidence then by all means post it, but all these FALSE false flag warnings just open up the oppertunity of ridicule.

posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 06:53 PM
reply to post by ka0s69

so basically you're saying it will be september 11th soon (like most years) and you think maybe something might happen.
thank's ka0s, or should i call you Sherlock?

posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 06:54 PM

Originally posted by hawkiye
Don't know they don't seem to use the same dates twice. However first time for everything and it is as good a speculation as any...

Some interesting stuff has happened on September 11, including George Bush Senior's "New World Order" speech in 1990.

1997 - Scotland voted to create its own Parliament after 290 years of union with England. Scotland is often said to be the home of Freemasonry.

On This Day

1297 - Scotsman William Wallace defeated the English forces of Sir Hugh de Cressingham at the Battle of Stirling Bridge.

1499 - French forces took over Milan, Italy.

1609 - Explorer Henry Hudson sailed into New York harbor and discovered Manhattan Island and the Hudson River.

1695 - Imperial troops under Eugene of Savoy defeated the Turks at the Battle of Zenta.

1709 - An Anglo-Dutch-Austrian force defeated the French in the Battle of Malplaquet.

1714 - Spanish and French troops broke into Barcelona and ended Catalonia's sovereignty after 13 months of seige.

1776 - A Peace Conference was held between British General Howe and three representatives of the Continental Congress (Benjamin Franklin, John Adams and Edward Rutledge). The conference failed and the American war for independence continued for seven years.

1777 - American forces, under General George Washington, were forced to retreat at the Battle of Brandywine Creek by British forces under William Howe. The Stars and Stripes (American flag) were carried for the first time in the battle.

1786 - The Convention of Annapolis opened with the aim of revising the articles of the confederation.

1789 - Alexander Hamilton was appointed by U.S. President George Washington to be the first secretary of the treasury.

1814 - The U.S. fleet defeated a squadron of British ships in the Battle of Lake Champlain, VT.

1842 - 1,400 Mexican troops captured San Antonio, TX. The Mexicans retreated with prisoners.

1855 - The siege of Sevastopol ended when French, British and Piedmontese troops captured the main naval base of the Russian Black fleet in the Crimean War.

1875 - "Professor Tidwissel's Burglar Alarm" was featured in the New York Daily Graphic and became the first comic strip to appear in a newspaper.

1877 - The first comic-character timepiece was patented by the Waterbury Clock Company.

1883 - The mail chute was patented by James Cutler. The new device was first used in the Elwood Building in Rochester, NY.

1897 - A ten-week strike of coal workers in Pennsylvania, WV, and Ohio came to an end. The workers won and eight-hour workday, semi-monthly pay, and company stores were abolished.

1904 - The U.S. battleship Connecticut was launched in New York.

1910 - In Hollywood, the first commercially successful electric bus line opened.

1926 - In Honolulu Harbor, HI, the Aloha Tower was dedicated.

1936 - Boulder Dam in Nevada was dedicated by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt by turning on the dam's first hydroelectric generator. The dam is now called Hoover Dam.

1941 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt gave orders to attack any German or Italian vessels found in U.S. defensive waters. The U.S. had not officially entered World War II at this time.

1941 - Charles A. Lindbergh brought on charges of anti-Semitism with a speech in which he blamed "the British, the Jewish and the Roosevelt administration" for trying to draw the United States into World War II.

1941 - In Arlington, VA, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Pentagon took place.

1951 - Florence Chadwick became the first woman to swim the English Channel from both directions.

1952 - Dr. Charles Hufnagel successfully replaced a diseased aorta valve with an artificial valve made of plastic.

1954 - The Miss America beauty pageant made its network TV debut on ABC. Miss California, Lee Ann Meriwether, was the winner.

1959 - The U.S. Congress passed a bill authorizing the creation of food stamps.

1964 - "Friday Night Fights" was seen for the last time.

1965 - The 1st Cavalry Division (Airmobile) arrived in South Vietnam and was stationed at An Khe.

1967 - The Carol Burnett Show premiered on CBS.

1970 - The last "Get Smart" episode aired on CBS-TV.

1974 - "Little House On The Prairie" made its television debut.

1974 - The St. Louis Cardinals and the New York Mets set a National League record when they played 25 innings. It was the second longest game in professional baseball history.

1985 - Pete Rose (Cincinnati Reds) achieved hit number 4,192 to break the record held by Ty Cobb.

1985 - A U.S. satellite passed through the tail of the Giacobini-Zinner comet. It was the first on-the-spot sampling of a comet.

1990 - U.S. President Bush vowed "Saddam Hussein will fail" while addressing Congress on the Persian Gulf crisis. In the speech Bush spoke of an objective of a new world order - "freer from the threat of terror, stronger in the pursuit of justice, and more secure in the quest for peace".

1991 - Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev announced that thousands of troops would be drawn out of Cuba.

1997 - John Lee Hooker received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

1997 - Scotland voted to create its own Parliament after 290 years of union with England.

1998 - Independent counsel Kenneth Starr sent a report to the U.S. Congress accusing President Clinton of 11 possible impeachable offenses.

1999 - The Wall Street Journal reported that Bayer Corp. had quit putting a wad of cotton in their bottles of aspirin. Bayer had actually stopped the practice earlier in the year.

2001 - In the U.S., four airliners were hijacked and were intentionally crashed. Two airliners hit the World Trade Center, which collapsed shortly after, in New York City, NY. One airliner hit the Pentagon in Washington, DC. Another airliner crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. About 3,000 people were killed.

edit on 2-9-2012 by Pedro4077 because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 2 2012 @ 07:32 PM
reply to post by Pedro4077

Wow that's amazing! Thanks for the input. Look for anyone that ain't interested go be uninterested elsewhere. I'm speculating and with good cause. Just found it interesting of all the false flag date predictions and anniversaries of Sept 11 no one had said anything about this year which surprised me because it would be the most plausible.

posted on Sep, 3 2012 @ 04:31 PM
reply to post by ka0s69

yes 9-11 and 22 and 33 day war of Israel. 9-11 means to jump over God (10) in the tree of life.
may be they wage a war against Syria. for example some chemical bombs in Syria or US blasts against innocents and they say this is done by Assad ! however many false flags have happened by Al_Qaeda in Syria already. but they could not lead that to a war. however God is superior than all of them and we should hope in him !

posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 11:31 AM

Originally posted by VoidHawk
People continualy posting about false flags does not do the cause much good!

Maybe this is true. However, some people think that to post (especially very publically, or "loudly") about a possible false flag event might actually prevent that event from happening. Some people actually believe that a nuclear false flag at the 2011 superbowl was averted, because a guy wrote an e-book about the upcoming false flag, and it got a little publicity.

Think about it.... if it were true... and some guy writes a book alleging that there will be a government run false flag at some sporting event, it gets a little publicity, and then there just happens to be a terrorist style attack at that sporting event... how exactly do you think the public will react?

Pretty much like the 9/11 thing but with 1000x times more distrust and venom.

posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 01:50 PM
There is a lot about 911 and some references in some TV shows I'm sure that this clip doesn't mean anything but here it is, go to the 1:22 minute spot. just for fun.

posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 01:51 PM

Originally posted by hawkiye
Don't know they don't seem to use the same dates twice. However first time for everything and it is as good a speculation as any...

What about Katrina and Isaac ?
7 yrs day to day or you think God made that happen

posted on Sep, 6 2012 @ 02:34 PM
people use the term false flag and 9/11 like its a catch phrase now, someone sneezes and its a false flag, there is an earth quake, must be a false flag, the list goes on.

now 9/11 itself is interesting, TPTB as people like to use that term, are not US based, but European, now for them the date would read the 9th day of November, not the 11th day of September.
So are we using US dates or European dates?

posted on Sep, 7 2012 @ 05:30 AM
reply to post by Pedro4077

A lot of interesting things have happened on many days. It's the way you look into it. If you research this with the frame of mind that ''This date is significant'' then of course you're going to believe every interesting event associated with the date is related. The September attacks on the twin towers are undoubtedly horrific, sensitive and a gray area sort of topic filled with conspiracies. To me and don't take any offense, while the 9/11 attacks are a significant and devastating part of our history why aren't events like horrific ethnic cleansing ever remembered? Ethnic cleansing . I'm not trying to de value the lives lost or significance in 9/11 and I'm trying to be careful about what I say but I think a little perspective needs to be taken.

My condolences go out to those who lost loved ones on that terrible day. Please don't see this comment as a hate attack.

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