False flag fails: A new paradigm shift?

NOTE BY NANCY: When false flag events begin to fail, Planet Earth is one step closer to World Peace! Here’s why!

Veterans Today

False flag fails: A new paradigm shift?

Dr. Kevin Barrett – April 16, 2015

“…. Every major American war since the Mexican war has been sold to the American people, and officially launched, by way of a fabricated or orchestrated “enemy attack on America” for which America’s own leaders, sometimes in collaboration with friendly foreign leaders, have been responsible. From the nonexistent “Mexican attack” of 1846 to the USS Maine in 1898 to the Lusitania in 1915 and Zimmerman telegram of 1917 to the eight-point-plan that produced Pearl Harbor in 1941 to the Gulf of Tonkin in 1964 to Nurse Nayirah and the fake satellite photos of 1990 to September 11, 2001 and alleged Iraqi WMDs, every American war is sold to the people through one or more spectacular acts of deception.

Assassinations often accomplish the same objectives. The assassination of President Kennedy, for example, prevented the US from making peace with Vietnam, Cuba, and the USSR. The JFK hit was falsely blamed on a communist (actually a low-level CIA-FBI asset pretending to be a communist) in order to create an anti-communist atmosphere in which the Vietnam War and the larger Cold War could flourish.

Some false flags don’t work as planned. One “false flag fail” was Operation Northwoods, a 1962 plan by American military commanders to murder Americans in fake Cuban attacks. (It was called off by a disgusted President Kennedy). Another spectacular failure was the 1967 USS Liberty attack, in which Israel (with a nod and wink from US President Johnson) intended to murder every crew member aboard the unarmed spy ship in order to falsely blame Egypt and bring the US into the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. The plan didn’t work because the Liberty crew was able to cobble together damaged communications equipment to send a message that the attackers were Israelis, not Egyptians.”

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