What is a false flag?

A false flag event is where covert military or paramilitary operations are designed and executed to deceive the public and further a narrative and fuel propaganda. The operations appear as though they are being carried out by other groups or nations rather than by those who actually planned and executed them.

The recent Boston bombing has many oddities in the story and the video evidence has not been offered to the public. Other suspects involved but not followed up, the 2 brothers were involved with FBI for 2 years and an uncle involved with the CIA. Not forgetting the Saudi that was rushed out of the country and the fact that law enforcement, FBI and private contractors were running a drill at the same time.

The key part of this other than the lack of video evidence is running a drill at the same time of the attack. The same thing happened at 9/11, 7/7 and Sandy Hook. An attack is staged on the public, there is media and apparent public outcry and then laws will be enacted and freedoms withdrawn. This may sound like I should be wearing a tinfoil hat but if you do not believe any of the examples above, the Gulf of Tonkin should set the scene.


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On the night of August 4, 1964, at the height of the tensions between the U.S. and North Vietnam, the communist navy made the bizarre decision to attack two American destroyers — the USS Turner Joy and the USS Maddox. The American ships were outside of North Vietnamese territory when they radioed that they were being attacked by three North Vietnamese torpedo boats.
Since this constituted an act of war, this meant that America had the right to invade Vietnam. Hours after the first radio message from the Maddox, President Johnson was on TV announcing that the communists had attacked us in international waters and asking for permission to make the beef real in Vietnam. The incident is often cited by historians as the key inciting event that started America’s involvement in Vietnam, and a few years ago, it was cited by the National Security Agency as utter b.s.

“These could be ships, or they could be kamikaze seagulls. But whatever, let’s declare war.”
In 2005, an NSA report on the records from the night of the Gulf of Tonkin incident concluded that the event was blown out of proportion on purpose, which is pretty significant, since the NSA was the one who did the initial blowing. According to the report, “It is not simply that there is a different story as to what happened; it is that no attack happened that night.” Yes, the North Vietnamese attack that started the Vietnam War didn’t actually happen, and American officials knew it almost immediately.

An hour after the battle, the commander of one of the destroyers sent a message that there might not have been a single Vietnamese boat in the area, explaining that “Freak weather effects on radar and overeager sonar men may have accounted for” the initial reports. When the sun rose on the gulf and there wasn’t a single shred of wreckage from the two torpedo boats they’d fired on and believed they’d sunk, it was pretty clear to everyone involved that the U.S. Navy had been playing with itself in the dark the night before.

Unfortunately, within 30 minutes of the imaginary attack, Johnson had already decided to retaliate. America had been aiding the South Vietnamese army for years, and they were just looking for an excuse to make their relationship official. While the Gulf of Tonkin attack was completely imaginary, there’s no telling how long it would take the North Vietnamese to actually attack them. So Johnson and the NSA said good enough and made a “conscious effort” to make it look like there was an attack.
So in light of the truth about the Tonkin incident, is it really so crazy to think that 9/11 was an inside job? Yes. Still crazy. In fact, the Gulf of Tonkin conspiracy makes such elaborate conspiracy theories seem even more unlikely (to the sane). It proves that you don’t need to orchestrate elaborate conspiracies to justify an unjust war. All you need is the ability to ignore 90 percent of the facts and focus on the ones that support the case for war. In that way, the Tonkin incident bears a much closer resemblance to the many intelligence oopsies that happened in the run up to the Iraq War.

So a false flag is an attack or just outright lying to the public to further an agenda, an agenda that would not be passed by the public under normal conditions. These people are the terrorists.