Another opportunity has presented itself to create awareness about what’s known as ‘false flag’ terrorism. False flag terrorism is a disaster created by a group of people for the purpose of blaming it on another entity, in order to justify a particular action by those who created the event in the first place. 9/11 brought a substantial amount of attention to this topic, and that is expressed by several polls indicating that the majority of American people do not believe the official story that the government provided. What’s more, studies are being published by physicists and engineers around the world illustrating that there is no doubt that what we saw was a controlled demolition.
“All three buildings were destroyed by carefully planned, orchestrated, and executed controlled demolition.”
Since 9/11, several attacks have been labelled as false flags, the most recent being the chemical weapons attack in Syria. The U.S. and its allies are blaming the attack on Assad, claiming he did it to his own people. The evidence they provide, however, is lacking. It’s simply a political figure making an appearance on television, or a popular news anchor claiming that they have intel that it was an attack put on by Assad’s regime. Yet, on the opposing side, we have examples, documents, and a number of politicians, academics, journalists, and more, all telling a different story.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin was the most recent to express this sentiment, as you can see in this snippet from a joint press conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella in Moscow: “We have reports from multiple sources that false flags like this one – and I cannot call it otherwise – are being prepared in other parts of Syria, including the southern suburbs of Damascus. They plan to plant some chemical there and accuse the Syrian government of an attack.”
9/11 is mentioned at the beginning of this article, and in the press conference Putin discusses how he and President Mattarella were reminded strongly of what happened in Iraq after 9/11, pointing to the fact that the U.S. and its allies claimed there were chemical weapons found in Iraq, part of the Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) stockpile. This ended with the complete destruction of the country, and the growth of the terror war industry, and the ‘Islamic State.’
“The global war on terrorism is a US undertaking, which is fake, it’s based on fake premises. It tells us that somehow America and the Western world are going after a fictitious enemy, the Islamic state, when in fact the Islamic state is fully supported and financed by the Western military alliance and America’s allies in the Persian Gulf. . . . They say Muslims are terrorists, but it just so happens that terrorists are Made in America. They’re not the product of Muslim society, and that should be abundantly clear to everyone on this floor. . . . The global war on terrorism is a fabrication, a big lie and a crime against humanity.”
Putin and others have been expressing this sentiment for a very long time. Not long ago, at his talk at the 13th annual meeting of the Valdai International Discussion Club, he expressed how the global community is getting tired of the powers that be and how they continue to “churn out threats, imaginary and mythical threats such as the ‘Russian military threat,’ ” explaining how it’s a “profitable business that can be used to pump new money into defence budgets at home, get allies to bend to a single superpower’s interests, expand NATO and bring its infrastructure, military units and arms closer to our borders.”
He then goes on to describe the anti-Russian propaganda the U.S. has spread in recent years:
Another mythical and imaginary problem is what I can only call the hysteria the USA has whipped up over supposed Russian meddling in the American presidential election. The United States has plenty of genuinely urgent problems, it would seem, from the colossal public debt to the increase in firearms violence and cases of arbitrary action by the police.
You can read more about that and watch his speech here.
Michel Chossudovsky is an award-winning author, an emeritus professor of economics at the University of Ottawa, the founder and director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), and the editor of Global Research. He has taught as a visiting professor in Western Europe, Southeast Asia, the Pacific, and Latin America, has served as an economic adviser to governments of developing countries, and has consulted for several international organizations. He is the author of eleven books, including The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order (2003), America’s “War on Terrorism” (2005), The Global Economic Crisis, and more.
I believe it’s important to mention people like this. He is one of many academics in this area creating awareness regarding the plan to destabilize multiple countries, and great at providing all of the evidence for it, since there is none stating that these attacks are indeed what mainstream media claims they are.
He’s published some articles recently that I highly recommend:
As part of their Vault 7 release, Wikileaks also recently released details of a CIA program that allows them to plant a bug and blame a hack on a foreign entity when it was in fact created by the accusing agency itself, called the Marble Framework. So, it appears that not only do flag events occur in the ‘real’ world, they also occur in the cyber world. For all we know, one day a massive cyber attack will occur on the United States, and a foreign entity will be blamed, which will give the U.S. justification to take action and ramp up national security even more.
Wikileaks has also published a number of classified cables. One in particular shows how it was the primary goal of U.S. foreign policy to destabilize the Syrian government (source).
The list of proofs is extensive, and even high ranking military figures from the United States are backing it up. One example would be former Four Star General Wesley Clark, who was the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe of NATO from 1997-2000. In an interview with Democracy Now, Clark said that the U.S. had plans to invade countries in the Middle East, including Syria, for no justified reason at all. He offered the sentiments of some within the American military, that they have a “good military” and that they can “take down governments.” He spoke of a memo that described how the U.S. had “plans to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finishing off, Iran.” (source)
This type of thinking is reminiscent of a quote from Mark Twain, a man who was clearly ahead of his time.
“The statesmen will invent cheap lies, putting the blame upon the nation that is attacked, and every man will be glad of those conscience-soothing falsities, and will diligently study them, and refuse to examine any refutations of them; and thus he will by and by convince himself the war is just, and will thank God for the better sleep he enjoys after this process of grotesque self-deception.”
– Mark Twain (source)