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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

False Flag Ops

When Nation States, unlike individuals, small groups or even corporations, pull cunning stunts or swifties they are on a grand scale and are called ‘False Flag’ or ‘Black Ops’ intended to frame up an adversary for an attack which enables the perpetrator nation to then ‘respond’ with a ‘defensive’ move, thereby getting them off the Geneva Conventions hook of ‘waging an aggressive war’. They simply point to the false flag incident and say, hey, we were simply striking back in kind.

Among some of the most blatant and notorious False Flag incidents in modern history have been the USS Maine, an American Battleship, which inexplicably exploded in Havana Harbour on the evening of 15th of February 1898. It had been sent to protect American interests during the Cuban revolt against Spain, during which, incidentally, the Spanish created the first ‘Concentration Camps’ of the modern era, closely followed by the British ones in South Africa during the Boer War. Nearly three quarters of her crew died when she exploded suddenly and sank immediately. The board of enquiry failed to reach a conclusive explanation for the sinking.

American Newspaper big shots William Randolph Hearst and Joseph Pulitzer who were part of the sensationalist so-called ‘Yellow Press’ manipulated public opinion and blamed Spain outright while publishing a series of inflammatory, jingoistic articles. “Remember the Maine, to Hell with Spain!” became a populist slogan which helped gain public support for the Spanish-American War which came later that year.
Pearl Harbor
On the 7th of December 1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in what became immortalised in Historic Mythology as the ultimate ‘sneak attack’, the most cowardly, backstabbing ‘surprise’ assault on an unsuspecting, innocent and peaceful United States. Franklin D Roosevelt, in a speech delivered to Congress on the 8th of December, referred to the previous day as “A date that will live in infamy” stressing how ‘dastardly’ the attack had been. Ever since then it has been generally referred to as “The Day of Infamy”. However, there is more to this story, much, much more.

Roosevelt and his close confidant Winston Churchill had been desperately seeking to bring America into the war against Germany and were struggling with an unwilling American public. What they needed was a trigger and the opportunity arose when they discovered via intercepted Japanese messages that Japan, which had been provoked over and over again by America with trade embargoes and other measures in response to Japan’s Pacific expansionism, was planning an attack on American interests. The Japanese codes had been broken long before the “Day of infamy”.
Roosevelt’s tactics in the immediate lead up to the attack reveal his insidious agenda. He ordered all the aircraft carriers (the most valuable and potent ships in the Navy) and the newest battleships and cruisers out to sea while ordering all the oldest and most obsolete ones into harbour. These are the moves of a Chess player ready to sacrifice his lesser pieces while hiding and protecting his most valuable assets. He obviously had nothing but contempt for the Human lives of his servicemen who were to be left stranded in harbour like a tethered goat as bait for the lion.
Churchill wrote “From the end of 1940 the Americans had pierced the vital Japanese ciphers, and were decoding large numbers of their military and diplomatic telegrams.” (Grand Alliance p 598) Safford reported that during 1941 “The Navy COMINT team did a thorough job on the Japanese Navy with no help from the Army."(SRH-149)”

As far back as the 11th of February 1941 Roosevelt had proposed sacrificing 6 cruisers and 2 carriers at Manila to get into the war. Navy Chief Stark objected: “I have previously opposed this and you have concurred as to its unwisdom. Particularly do I recall your remark in a previous conference when Mr. Hull suggested (more forces to Manila) and the question arose as to getting them out and your 100% reply, from my standpoint, was that you might not mind losing one or two cruisers, but that you did not want to take a chance on losing 5 or 6.” (Charles Beard ‘President Roosevelt and the coming of war’ 1941, p 424)

US Admiral Bloch testified “The Japanese only destroyed a lot of old hardware. In a sense they did us a favor.” No mention of the American sailors and other victims who were sacrificed of course. This was obviously Roosevelt’s view as well, because on the 7th December at 2:15, minutes after hearing of the attack and before any damage reports were in, Roosevelt called Lord Halifax at the British Embassy and told him “Most of the fleet was at sea...none of their newer ships were in harbour.”
The FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover had told his friends in early 1942 that FDR had known about the Pearl Harbor plan ‘since the early fall’ (Autumn). Walter Lippmann wrote on FDR: “his purposes are not simple and his methods are not direct.”

Some other ‘False Flag’ cases include…
The sinking of the Lusitania (Blamed on the Germans)

The JFK assassination (Meant to be blamed on the Soviets until Holly-weird blamed it on an elaborate conspiracy including the Industrial Military Complex, the Mafia, international Heroin traffickers and ‘rogue’ security intelligence community agents)
The Lavon Affair (Meant to be blamed on ‘Arabs’)
The Israeli attack on the USS Liberty (Meant to be blamed on Egypt)

The Oklahoma City Bombing (Blamed on White Separatists)
The Port Arthur Massacre (Blamed on the ‘Gun Lobby’ via the utilisation of a retarded social misfit who was carefully selected, groomed and assisted to be the patsy, fall guy, stooge by a U.N. approved, NATO and Mossad trained black ops murder squad.) 

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