False-Flag Operations

Recognizing False Flags

A false flag op is when an entity, usually a government, attacks itself and pretends the attack to be by some adversary. A very common trick used throughout history to start or escalate war.
  • appearance of mass death and injury
  • prohibition on amateur photos or videos of event
  • "amateur" videos or stills released by corp media
  • pending legislation to take away rights
  • hostages or something to keep in the news cycle
  • happens in middle-class area, beach, museum, night-club, marathon
  • war games or drills scheduled for same time and location
  • quick response of swat teams (sometimes there in advance)
  • interviews with spy agents posing as "a witness"
  • speedy condemnation by high-level officials
  • speedy naming of the "culprits"
  • id cards or passports "found" on scene
  • statements from "enemy" praising the attack
  • disproportionate mobilization of security forces
  • crazy theories to discredit honest investigation
  • "stupid" actions by suspects in past identifying them as enemy
  • reporting from unnamed sources on the scene
  • a sense that the world is in chaos
  • after large false-flag event, an invasion, or a new law
  • attacker was "known" to investigative authorities
  • -- more to come --
To keep you from investigating false flag ops here is a trick used on social media. A video is created with lots of good information in the first part, and a lot of crazy talk at the end. The idea is that you will watch some of the video, then send it to your friends, who are then more likely to watch the whole thing. They will then think of you as a "conspiracy nut."