Wednesday’s Parkland High School massacre in Florida features several classic signs indicating a likely false flag—as reported in today’s False Flag Weekly News. (Watch it above, and click HERE for story links.)
My first reaction to this event was NOT to suspect a false flag.
After all, there are plenty of real school shootings—one every 60 hours so far in 2018—so I did not initially see any reason why this one shouldn’t be just another typical everyday tragedy. But I have learned from experience that the biggest, most headline-garnering, discourse-hijacking events are often fabricated. So I kept my mind, eyes, and ears open, and soon enough, evidence of a possible false flag began to roll in.
At least two eyewitness reports credibly claim that multiple shooters were involved. There are also credible reports of drills (including one featuring the firing of blank rounds) running simultaneously with the real shooting. And one witness reports that “army people” involved with the drills moved victims’ bodies and hid them under mats as the students were leaving the school. This does not sound like normally expected procedure at a crime scene!
Ironically, Parkland is only 16 miles away from Florida Atlantic University, where tenured Communications Professor James Tracy was fired for questioning the official story of the Sandy Hook school shooting. Professor Tracy recently lost the first round of a court case against his university, but is appealing. How odd that this highly suspicious incident should erupt right in his proverbial back yard.
James Tracy: “My academic freedom fight continues!” (on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio)
Four months ago Ole Dammegard did multiple interviews predicting a false flag operation (a follow-up to Las Vegas) near the Fort Lauderdale Airport. In the past, Ole has accurately predicted other false flag operations, including the Copenhagen Valentine’s Day Massacre of 2015 (a follow-up to Charlie Hebdo).
As I said on False Flag Weekly News, the political motives for Operation Gladio massacres of random civilians are fairly straightforward: terrorize ordinary people into running to the authorities for protection, while promoting a “politics of fear” atmosphere that discourages the rational deliberation that could lead the people to take back money and power from elites.
As long as Operation Gladio (including 9/11 and the rest of the Gladio B program) remains unprosecuted, we are fully justified in suspecting the worst about each new headline-grabbing, agenda-setting massacre.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS, and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.