Saturday, March 3, 2018

49 Tips for Recognizing a False Flag or other Psyop

  “In individuals, insanity is rare; but in groups, parties, nations, and epochs it is the rule.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
“The easiest way to gain control of a population is to carry out acts of terror. [The public] will clamor for such laws if their personal security is threatened”.
– Josef Stalin
     There can be no doubt that false flag attacks are a reality.  Washington’s Blog has documented at least 53 false flag attacks to which government officials in various countries—including the U.S.—have later admitted.  Only the most cowardly, self-deceived individuals can doubt the existence of false flag attacks.
     Several web sites offer anywhere from three to fifteen clues on how to recognize false flag attacks.  I’ve gleaned through them and added a few of my own.  There are really too many to cover in detail in a single article.  Instead, I’ve chosen simply to list them and perhaps go into further detail a few at a time, on some future occasion.
     Your choice: You may read the article or watch the video:

     In a false flag attack or other psyop, several (or many) of the following phenomena are evident:
The Narrative
1.    There is an immediate comprehensive narrative, including a convenient culprit. Law enforcement, government agencies, and the mainstream media immediately proffer a narrative that completely explains the event and encourages citizens to tie their intellectual understanding of the tragedy to the emotions they experience.
2.     Even before there is time for investigation, the “news” media has quickly and conveniently named and demonized the “culprit” (read: patsy).
3.    The official narrative has obvious domestic and geopolitical advantages for the governing body.
4.    The narrative behind the attack serves to leverage emotions such as fear, as well as patriotism, in order to manufacture consent around a previously controversial issue. (e.g. calls for gun confiscation) 
5.    Media and government officials promote a narrative against scapegoat groups and/or an agenda to deprive citizens of life, liberty, or property.
6.    The official narrative keeps changing, adjusting to new facts that contradict the official narrative.
7.    No matter how many times the narrative changes, people who question the official narrative are demonized as “conspiracy theorists” or something worse.
The Nature of the Event
8.    It’s a high-profile event. According to a New York Times news article, mass murders (murders of four or more people at one time) occur an average of once a day in the U.S.  The overwhelming majority of mass murders are ignored, but a select few are covered 24/7.
9.    The event seems too theatrical to be real, or at least too theatrical to be taken at face value.
Obvious Holes in the Official Narrative
10.  Official narrative contradicts boundary conditions (e.g., the narrative that a non-pilot such as Hani Hanjour taught himself to fly a Boeing 757 more expertly than an experienced Boeing pilot.)
11. Significant omissions in the official narrative  (e.g., the fact that, only two weeks before 9/11, Hani Hanjour was not allowed to rent a Cessna 172 due to his poor piloting skills).
12. Official narrative contradicts experience (personal or historical) (e.g., that no high-rise building in history has ever collapsed due to fire damage, yet it supposedly happened three times at the same place on the same day.)
Official Behavior before or during the Event
13. Military training drills or police drills occur on the day of and very near the attack itself, simulating an event that’s virtually identical to the “real” event that is taking place.  This often causes confusion, muddles eye witness testimony, and allows orchestrators to plant both patsies, disinformation, and backup operatives.
14. Government or media foreknowledge (e.g. BBC announcing the collapse of WTC-7 some 20 minutes before it actually occurred).
15. Ignored warnings.
16. Authorities facilitated the event, either actively or passively.
17. Serious violations of protocol.  (In the Sandy Hook psyop, almost everyone in any official capacity violated the law and failed to follow required protocol.)
The Suspect(s)
18. Suspects usually have new social media accounts.
19. Suspect leaves a manifesto.
20. Suspect has had no military training, yet he shoots extremely fast and accurately.
21. The suspect(s) have a demonstrable connection to the CIA, FBI, or another intelligence agency.
22. The suspect has no credible means of funding.  (e.g., James Holmes, an unemployed medical student who had $26,000 worth of armaments, body armor, bomb-making equipment, and other paraphernalia.  Unaccountably, he also had the skills to make the bombs, rig the booby traps, and use the guns and ammo.  Wow!)
23. Suspect dies before he can be brought to trial.
24. In the case of a terrorist group, PR is clearly designed for domestic consumption (e.g., when organizational initials or other PR symbols are in English when one would reasonably expect them to be in the native language of the terrorist group.  Note: the acronym ISIS stands for the English words Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).
The Witnesses

25. On local news stations, eyewitnesses who have accounts conflicting with official narrative are ignored by the national media.
26. Witnesses whose accounts may be fatal to the official narrative are killed, drugged, or “suicided;” or they die under other suspicious circumstances.
27. Family or witnesses supporting the official narrative often have elite or acting backgrounds.
28. “Witnesses” make official talking points. (E.g., 9/11 “Harley guy” claiming that WTC 1 & 2 collapsed “mostly due to structural failure because the fire was just too intense.”)
29. “Witnesses” speak in “officialese” (e.g., “multiple gunshots” instead of “several (or a specific number of) gunshots,” or, “I witnessed…,” instead of, “I saw…”)
30. The same witnesses are present at two or more events.
31. “Witnesses” speak in generalities, so as to avoid the risk of telling too different a story as other “witnesses.”
32. Witnesses’ statements are reinterpreted or shut off by an interviewer.
Victims and their Families
33. Fake “victims;” the same “victim” get killed in two or more separate events.
34. Families of “victims” appear on TV within 24 hours, showing little or no emotion, and even snigger and laugh.  “Robbie Parker”  James Foley’s smiling sister’s “duping delight”:
35. Non sequiturs (e.g. that victims’ families wouldn’t want to know how their loved ones died; or pulling out of an illegal war would be disrespectful of “the troops;” or that “an investigation of a terrorist act would invite another such offense.”)
36. Victim’s families don’t sue anyone for negligence, but receive millions in unsolicited federal payouts
News Reports after the Event
37. There is no obvious motive for the attack.
38. News media may obsess over a search for a motive, thereby diverting attention from any realistic search for evidence.
39. Credible reports of accomplices (e.g., “John Doe Number Two”) are ignored or quickly covered up.
40. Reporter or other authoritative accounts contradict official narrative (e.g. McIntyre’s (McIntyre’s first version)  (McIntyre’sflip flop)  and Walter’s flip flops; or FBI crime stats revealing that no murders were committed in or around Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, the year of the alleged Sandy Hook shooting).
Investigators after the Event
41. Cui Bono?  (Who benefits?) Neither the news media nor investigators ask this question.
42. Other key questions are never investigated and are left unanswered.
43. Key evidence is conveniently destroyed before a thorough investigation can take place.
44. Official behavior contradicts official narrative (e.g. outbound flights arranged for the bin Laden family while bin Laden was being blamed for an atrocity, even as all other flights are grounded).
45. The case is quickly closed.
46. Government begins to “take action” against the scapegoat or moves along the lines of the media narrative.
47. The officially proposed solution wouldn’t have prevented the events.
48. Clues in pop media (foreshadowing) (Use your favorite web or video search engine to find “predictive programming.”)
49. Other anomalies, which may or may not be found in more than one psyop event.  “Other anomalies” can cover a wide range and be very difficult to spot or may be nothing more than anomalies.

     Well, that’s my list.  Not everything is a conspiracy, but conspiracies do happen.  Politics, by its very nature, is conspiratorial.
     [Note: Veterans Today posted a detailed article about nineteen signs of a false flag event.  It covers some of the same points I've covered in this article, but it gives much more detail and explanation.  It's well worth reading.] [LINK]

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”      —Thomas Jefferson

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