Gordon Duff just emailed me, opining that the Dallas police shootings were “pure Hebdo.” Read Gordon’s analysis. It supports what guest commentator Christopher Bollyn, Tony Hall and I were just saying a few minutes ago on False Flag Weekly News: While we may understand why black people and others who care about justice would be outraged about this week’s police shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Dylan Noble, and Black Panther leader General Minister Houdari Juelani, the Dallas shootings have the hallmarks of a psy-op.
These rooftop snipers looked like pros, not angry amateurs. They’re reminiscent of the rooftop snipers who recently overthrew the government of Ukraine and unleashed a war on Syria.
Are the same forces trying to destabilize or overthrow the American government? Are they trying to start a race war?
We seem to be witnessing a rebirth of the Operation Gladio “strategy of tension” here in the USA. The bad guys are hammering bloody false-flag wedges into the pre-existing fissures separating various demographic and identitarian groups. The strategy seems to be “controlled chaos.” Keep the people in fear, keep them confused, keep them fighting each other, and then keep right on robbing them with impunity.
We saw them hammering the Orlando false-flag wedge into the split between gays and Muslims (inviting everybody to identify with the gays and wage war on Islam) and to a lesser extent between pro-gun and anti-gun forces. Now they are doing the same thing with black-lives-matter vs. police-lives-matter, with white vs. black, with law-and-order vs. rise-up-against-injustice.
Is Gordon Duff right that this is designed to benefit Trump? That is certainly one possibility – a nightmare possibility. The worst-case-scenario would be Trump riding into absolute power as a 100% dictator with unlimited emergency powers on the back of a huge false flag, say, somebody blowing up the Trump Tower and/or detonating a nuke in an American city.
Were that to happen, Trump’s first two acts would likely be to issue executive orders (1) officially recognizing Jerusalem as the eternal and undivided capital of the State of Greater Israel stretching from the Nile to the Euphrates, and (2) mandating the incarceration of Muslims, and anyone who protested the emergency measures, in FEMA camps.
Now who might support THAT agenda? Not Soros. Not Hillary either, evil as she undoubtedly is.
Of course – and here I beg to differ from Gordon, Webster Tarpley, and others I respect – Hillary riding into power on the back of the same controlled chaos is likewise an extremely unpleasant prospect.
But there are relative degrees of unpleasantness.
Is Trump really a kosher nostra Zionist extremist like his benefactor, Sheldon Adelson, and the godfather who jump-started his Rothschild crime family career as a Rothschild-gambling-den front-man, Roy Cohn? He certainly talks like one.
So here I side with Gordon. Jim Fetzer, Preston James, and others who have been drinking the Trump kool-aid have been hoodwinked. (Preston has been sipping it judiciously, while Jim has been gulping it down like there’s no tomorrow, but from where I sit they’re both wrong – Trump is the most obvious “made man” ever to occupy center stage of a reality TV show disguised as an election.)
Anyway, I hope you enjoy today’s False Flag Weekly News broadcast. I think this was one of our best-ever shows – Prof. Tony Hall’s academic gravitas perfectly balanced guest-host Christopher Bollyn‘s trenchant and apropos commentary.
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