Tuesday, 26 February 2013

America's False Flag Attacks | Brainwash Update

Remember the Maine? On the 115th anniversary of the Maine explosion, Abby Martin explores US False Flag Attacks as being at the heart of every major US war of aggression in history.

And yes, 911 was definitely an inside job. The physical evidence by itself uncovered at the World Trade Centre site has proven the case. We know from the molten steel (only possible via incendiary or explosive devices), the freefall collapse of WTC7 (impossible except via explosives), and the detection of thermitic materials (both incendiary and advanced explosive forms) that the three collapsed skyscrapers must have been brought down in an unconventional controlled demolition. The aircraft were a means to cover for these demolitions and to focus media attention on this terrorising event.

Until we address the issue of false flag attacks the US and other countries will continue to be dragged into further unnecessary wars.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, February 26th, 2013.]


ryanshaunkelly said...

Stranded in this spooky town
stoplights are swaying
and the phone lines are down

Floor is crackling cold
she took my heart
I think she took my soul

With the moon I run
far from the carnage of the fiery sun

And it's coming closer ...

steven andresen said...


I suspect the idea of false flag events will not be addressed or solved in our lifetime.

My all-seeing eye that gazes heroically into the future can make predictions. Say the country falls apart like the Soviet Union into several adjoining but hostile entities. Each is wary of the other much like the North and the South. I bet you if and when such a dissolution comes about the popular explanation will be that the Commies did it to us, or the Fascists. There will be no recognition that the intelligence community did things like 9-11 and provoked wars of conquest camouflaged as wars to promote democracy. There will be no government official who will come out and admit that,...well, we screwed up. False flags and wars of aggression would be considered screw ups, especially if it bankrupted and destroyed the country.

Further, I think there's a huge number of people , a majority, who would first have to accept the idea that our government could do anything to harm its people. It's just not something most people could accept.

In fact, I suspect that a large part of the black budget is devoted to propaganda supporting that very naivete.

This is why stories about false flag operations may be aired on the alternative press, and RT, et al, but never on mainstream news. I think that's part of what makes one one and the other the other.


SpookyOne said...


Looks like we are on the same page, or at least a very similar page - I visited your blog. Cheers for the clip too.


If the internet stil exists and we are not all locked up in those FEMA camps we should see an expansion of truthful news against the propaganda.

I fully agree with you that a good portion of intellgence money is probably spent on keeping people ignorant. My view is that there are enough sophisticated thinkers out there who are pointing out obvious lies that an increasing segment of the population realises that what we get with the mainstream is like Soviet era Pravda news.

The Russians used to 'read between the lines' during this time. I think we are seeing a similar thing in some quarters and I believe it will expand.

Counter-culture, youth types also stand up against the system and carry the torch of remembering and critical reporting.

Lots of people exist outside this information battle but I am hopeful that given time, and our increasing connectedness to the online world our society will creep into a more enlightened age - despite the estabishment.

Regardless, I will keep up the fight anyway. Who else will do it? Some attempt at countering the propaganda is better than No attempt. Not many actively pursue these matters and I feel a responsibility to help convey important information in light of the mainstream failure to do so.

I will be pointing to evidence of false flags if they arise, and remind people that such things do exist and to be wary of cheerleading for war.

Spook !