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“Most terrorists are false flag terrorists, or are created by our own security services. In the United States, every single terrorist incident we have had has been a false flag, or has been an informant pushed on by the FBI. In fact, we now have citizens taking out restraining orders against FBI informants that are trying to incite terrorism. We’ve become a lunatic asylum.” – David Steele, the second-highest ranking civilian in the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence and a former CIA
It’s a term we hear so often these days, ‘false flag terrorism.’ What is it? Does it mean events didn’t actually happen? Does it mean no one died during the event? Was it a drill? Was a patsy involved? Did the government/FBI/CIA know about it? These are the big questions that create confusion amongst people when it comes to false flag terrorism. When the recent Manchester and London attacks took place our first thought was ‘OK, this happened, but what really happened?’ Why has this become an early first thought for many? Because the evidence for false flag terror, and the sheer amount of times it has happened, has become grand in recent years. How often do we step aside and question what we’re actually hearing the mainstream media put out? How often do we examine events for ourselves and use our own critical thinking skills instead of blindly believing what we’re told on mainstream media news outlets?
We must remember the CIA’s “Operation Mockingbird” was designed decades ago to infiltrate media and sway public opinion, and it still continues to this day. So we decided to jump on the phone with Robert David Steele, an ex CIA Spy who has carried out a false flag attack himself. We caught up with him to ask him his thoughts and opinions about false flag terror and how to recognize false flag events. This interview was also the focus of our latest episode in our CE docu-series below. You can watch the full Robert David Steele interview below as well.
Steele says FF's are used to militarize police, install more surveillance, make people afraid and position people in power. He suggests we are a large petri dish to grow their budget, "It's too big and there is no integrity. We should nationalize the Fed Reserve, end all Fed bonding" and suggests taxes by Feds is unjust.
And that is a gigantic cookie to swallow indeed, which explains the cognitive dissonance involved with many ignorant folks. They try to survive as well, ya know. And ignorance is a tool to achieve this goal.One paycheck ahead of drowning, many people don't have the energy to care about any conspiracy at all. Truth mainly hurts before it can set you free.
originally posted by: The GUT
The Devil's Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America's Secret Government is actually a book by David Talbot. It's excellently sourced and a true red pill. HIGHLY recommended and a heck of a read other than it will definitely raise your blood pressure and get one quite angry.
Allen Dulles was a true POS in every aspect of his life and the father of our effed-up foreign policy. I find it fitting how he died...laying and babbling in his own feces.
For anyone who thinks MK-ULTRA and associated projects failed to herald any significant discoveries and uses, a good start would be actually reading the surviving documents.
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