Phi Beta Iota: The Huffington Post is stupid. They prevent copying titles and content useful to pointing to the rare piece they publish that is actually worth reading. We despise the Huffington Post, but in this one instance, we agree with Contributing Editor Berto Jongman that the piece is worth reading.
…testing the willingness of suspects to take certain steps in a conspiracy is one thing; actively encouraging them to commit a violent, criminal act is another.
Are False Flags Becoming More Frequent? Dallas, Baton Rouge, Nice, and Munich
Epilogue to The Orlando False Flag: Clash of Histories
“You had to attack civilians, the people, women, children, innocent people, unknown people far removed from any political game. The reason was quite simple. They were supposed to force these people, the Italian public to turn to the State to ask for greater security.” – testimony of convicted Operation Gladio terrorist Vincenzo Vinciguerra during his trial[i]
As this book was going to press in July 2016, a series of spectacular violent events exploded across headlines and television screens in the US and Europe.
On July 7 2016, five Dallas police officers were killed, and nine others injured, along with two civilians, by gunshots fired during a Black Lives Matter protest. Initial reports cited multiple shooters. As one headline stated, “Two snipers dressed in military garb shot 10 police officers ‘from elevated positions’ in Dallas.”[ii]