posted on Sep, 3 2013 @ 08:28 PM
reply to post by teslahowitzer
Except we don't really strive for the truth anymore, at least not a single unifying truth and especially not on ATS.
If you don't agree with one side your an idiot or a disinfo agent, if you don't buy the other then your a nut or a fool to believe everything you read
on the internet.
More often then not we have at least two official stories, two basic truths. It will be the same with this story even though we all agree that someone
used chemical weapons, that Syria has chemical weapons and a lot of people died from a chemical weapons attack.
The best thing about claiming a False Flag attack is that it keeps your attention on the story as you dig for the truth, even if there is no hidden
truth to be had. So you pay a little more attention to the person(s) who make the claim because you want them to be right, you pay more attention to
the other side because you hope they are wrong and that this time its proven.
In the end it all becomes one big circle jerk with the average person sitting in the center waiting for the "rain to fall"
edit on 3-9-2013 by Thorneblood because: (no reason given)