Was Chattanooga a Large False Flag Stymied by Unwitting Shooters?
According to Navy sources in contact with blogger Allen West, Lt. Cmdr Timothy White, a Naval officer who exchanged gun fire with a shooter who killed five service members in Chattanooga, Tenn., will be charged by the Navy for illegally discharging a firearm on federal property, though a more recent story indicates the Navy denies he will be charged.
News sources give the impression that US Marines were shot and killed at a mall recruiting station, but the actual fire fight took place across town seven miles away at the Navy Operational Support Center and Marine Corps Reserve Center, and supposedly within “minutes” after the recruiting station shooting. The shooter must have had an incredibly fast car that, as one writer pointed out, which “can overcome traffic lights, speed limits, and the physical laws of science.”
This sailor – who the Navy was planning to retaliate against for his efforts until they backed off – and a Marine who died fighting the “lone wolf” gunman, may have aborted a much larger scale false flag massacre, entailing many more deaths, justifying waging war, say, against ISIS, Syria or Iran, or force gun confiscation.
Phi Beta Iota: Security force doctrine often calls for the disarming of combatants being “protected” by the security force, in part to avoid issues related to secondary shooters, and cross-fires. The plan to charge the officer is probably true, the standard response of a bureaucrat somewhere, but has since been over-turned. More interesting are the continued anomalies suggestive of yet another false flag attack. We are reminded of the Pentagon forbidding officers trusted with multi-billion dollars submarines and combat units from carrying a coffee cup into the Office of the Secretary of Defense conference rooms. Between false flags on one side and chick-shit on the other, our Republic is in a very bad way.