Many of the things happening around the world today are not what they appear to be. These events (i.e., mass shootings [think Las Vegas], terrorist attacks, political assassinations, air crashes (think two Malaysian Air crashes a couple of years ago), street demonstrations, 9/11, the Oklahoma City bombing, and more) in many cases are perpetrated by people, terrorist groups, the political left, or governments that want to blame their opposition for the tragedy – in order to accomplish a predetermined goal or course of action.
The Nazis burned the German parliament building (the Reichstag) in 1933, blamed it on their opposition, and in a matter of a few hours (under the guise of a “national crisis”) converted Germany into a total police state/dictatorship. The Oklahoma City bombing (April 19, 1995) was blamed by the Clintons on “the dangerous right wing conspiracy” and helped propel Bill Clinton to a second term – which was seriously in doubt before that false flag…. And much could be written about the whys and wherefores and real perpetrators behind 9/11 – which paved the way for the “war on terror,” the Patriot (police state) Act, and our 2003 war in Iraq and the Middle East wars that followed – including Syria today – and maybe Iran tomorrow.
False Flags are a concept that goes back centuries. It was considered to be a legitimate ploy by the Greeks and Romans, where a military force would pretend to be friendly to get close to an enemy before dropping the pretense and raising its banners to reveal its own affiliation just before launching an attack. In the sea battles of the eighteenth century between Britain and France and Spain, hoisting an enemy flag instead of one’s own to confuse the opponent was considered to be a legitimate ruse de guerre, but it was only “honorable” if one reverted to one’s own flag before engaging in combat.
Today’s false flag operations are generally carried out by intelligence agencies and non-government actors including terrorist groups, but they are only considered successful if the true attribution of an action remains secret. There is nothing honorable about them, as their intention is to blame an innocent party for something that it did not do. There has been a lot of such activity lately, and it was interesting to learn by way of a leak that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has developed a capability to mimic the internet fingerprints of other foreign intelligence services.
That means that when the media is trumpeting news reports that the Russians or Chinese hacked into US government websites or the sites of major corporations, it could actually have been the CIA carrying out the intrusion and making it look like it originated in Moscow or Beijing. Given that capability, there has been considerable speculation in the alternative media that it was actually the CIA that interfered in the 2016 national elections in the United States.
(Excerpt from McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, June 2018)