posted on Aug, 23 2013 @ 04:18 AM
For a successful false flag attack, you would need tangible evidence rather than a few photos and no concrete evidence. After the Iraqi WMD bluffs,
people are more aware and more perceptive when it comes to the use of deadly weapons. If boots where to go on the ground in Syria and no evidence of
nerve agents was to be uncovered, the outcome could be disastrous for TPTB.
In my opinion, any false flag attack has to be large enough and in a critical location to be worthy of international news broadcasts that would
influence the public into demanding miilitary action in Syria, and that can only be achieve by having something concrete on which to base your