False Flag of the U.S. Government and the Syrian Chemical Attack

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False Flag of the U.S. Government
The media has a history of promoting false flags as real news.

False Flag of the U.S. Government: How the Lying Mainstream Media is Using a Chemical Attack in Syria and Beating War Drums

The mainstream media continues to broadcast pictures of dead children in Syria. Tellingly, they refuse to share similar images from a terrorist attack in Stockholm. Despite no public proof that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was definitively behind a chemical weapons attack in Syria, the media has promoted the attack as absolute fact.

Apparently moved by the images of the carnage, President Trump fired fifty-nine Tomahawk missiles toward a Syrian Air Force Base on April 26th in retaliation.

High Impact Flix reports that despite the media’s recent obsession with gore, Google has embarked on a censorship spree on Youtube. In a disturbing blow to free speech, YouTube is demonetizing many popular YouTubers over “sensitive” or “extremist” content.

The real motive behind the censorship is quite obviously a means to control the narrative. The government and their media lapdogs have a tendency to exploit or create crisis scenarios, pin the crisis on the bogeyman of their choosing, and then come to the table with pre-packaged solution to “save the day.”

In 1962, the United States Government almost did that against Cuba. Operation Northwoods was an abandoned false flag of the U.S. government that the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, under General Lemnitzer, developed to derive popular support of war against Cuba.

The operation proposed that CIA or other government operatives would commit acts of terrorism against Americans and military targets by highjacking airplanes, sinking ships full of Cuban refugees, and the like. The government stated, “Casualty lists in US newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national indignation.” This indignation would promote their agenda to go to war with Cuba.

According to journalist Seymour Hersh, in 2012 the governments of Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar drafted a plan to overthrow Assad. In 2013, the United States Government accused Assad of attacking his own people with chemical weapons like sarin. Further investigations revealed that the sarin did not originate in Assad’s stockpiles.

Independent analysis indicated that the Federal government’s assertion that Assad was responsible “cannot possibly be correct.” Nevertheless, President Obama sought to use the false accusations as a justification to overthrow Assad.

It appears that the powers that be are up to the same thing again. While many are skeptical about the government and the media’s use and proliferation of false flags, incidents like Operation Northwoods remind people of exactly the types of things that the United States government has attempted in the past.

While it is difficult for anyone to know the truth behind these most recent allegations behind Assad, only a fool would credulously accept the media’s portrayal of the attacks outright.