10 – The precedent

Governments do lie and cheat. Politicans and the media do not always tell the truth. Most of us readily accept these facts on a daily basis!

Governments throughout history have repeatedly conspired to sacrifice lives for political gain, and false-flag attacks (attacks under the guise of another party) are a fact of politics.

  • In the early 50s, the CIA (and MI6) hired Iranians to pose as Communists and stage bombings in Iran in order to turn the country against its democratically-elected prime minister and cause a coup.
  • In 1954, Israel launched Operation Susannah, a series of false-flag attacks against American and British targets to be blamed on Muslim groups with the hope of keeping UK troops in Egypt.
  • On 4th August 1964, the US dramatically escalated the Vietnam War over an ambush of two of its warships in the Gulf of Tonkin. Reports later showed that no ambush had taken place.
  • In the 70s the CIA and NATO secretly orchestrated terror bombings, killing hundreds, in Italy and other countries, and blamed the communists in order to rally people’s support for their governments and reject communism. This was called Operation Gladio.
  • In 2003, the US declared war on Iraq because of evidence that it was creating ‘weapons of mass destruction’. It had no such evidence.
  • In Basra in 2005, two men dressed as arabs, arrested when Iraqi police stopped them at a checkpoint and violence broke out, turned out to be British soldiers in disguise, driving a car rigged with explosives into the centre of the city. The British military refused to reveal their mission but stormed the prison where they were held and set them free by force.

It is well documented that world leaders and other powerful people meet secretly at a number of groups and conferences where their topics of discussion are never revealed; the Bilderberg Group, the Trilateral Commission, Bohemian Grove, Skull and Bones and the Council on Foreign Relations. Why the secrecy? What is so important and so sensitive?

Furthermore, the allegation that police and intelligence agencies would fake or plant evidence should no longer be controversial to us; examples abound:

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