As you’ve probably already heard, another massive chemical weapons attack has hit Syria, this time in Idlib. The Western military alliance and mainstream media are pointing their finger toward Assad, but ‘alternative’ media news networks argue this could just be one more in a series of false flag attacks, orchestrated by the Western military alliance in order to justify military intervention for ulterior motives.
9/11 is a classic example of a false flag attack. Even with all of the evidence that’s emerged proving the official story is a lie, people still label the idea that this was a false flag event a crazy conspiracy theory. Yet experts and academics from all over the world are still, to this day, publishing ground-breaking information to prove this fact, the most recent being a study by physicists and engineers which concluded that all three buildings were destroyed by controlled demolition.
But alternative outlets, like RT News, are telling a different story about this attack, claiming to have received intel from inside of the Assad government. According to his political and media advisor, Bouthaina Shaaban:
The United States felt that they have to save the terrorists and lift their morale. And the proof for that is that Israel, Turkey and Saudi Arabia are the ones who supported this attack, and they are the very countries who had been facilitating the coming of terrorists and arming them against the Syrian people and against our country.
She says the attack was a “violation of international law and it is a violation of our sovereignty,” and she believes that it will ultimately backfire, as it exposes the relationship between the West and terrorism:
It will only make us and our allies more determined to defeat terrorism. And it also speaks volumes about the stance of the West towards terrorism. If they are truly, in their coalition, against terrorism they should help the party who are fighting terrorism, who are the Syrian Arab Army, and Russia, and Iran,” Shaaban said.
“If they are fighting terrorism why don’t they respond to President Putin’s suggestion to make a coalition, an international coalition against terrorism?.. They killed hundreds of our soldiers in Deir-Ez-Zor and they it took weeks to acknowledge that they were killed through their airstrike. There are so many contradictions in Western discourse towards Syria. … The reality in Syria is absolutely different from what American, French and British government try to portray to Western audiences.
All of the evidence points to U.S. intelligence agencies aiding terrorist organizations. It becomes up to us now to put on our critical thinking caps on and look at all of the information that’s available. That way it becomes easy to corroborate and put the pieces of the puzzle together.
For example, those who believe that this is a false flag attack could point to the fact that the Pentagon was recently caught paying a PR firm over $500 million to create fake terrorist videos.
Many also suggest that false flags go as far as staging events with actors, that some of the tragic events we’ve seen don’t even cost human lives. At the same time, human beings are being killed to justify military intervention.
It would be helpful to provide evidence that shows it wasn’t a false flag attack, but the only evidence available is the intelligence that mainstream media networks receive. This creates a lot of issues for so many people, because ever since Operation Mockingbird, a CIA effort to infiltrate media and sway the opinion of the masses regarding certain events that occur in our world, multiple award winning mainstream media journalists have flat out admitted that governments pay mainstream media outlets to tell their versions of stories. If this is true, it would be fake news at its finest. You can see some of these statements from some of these journalists here.
So, what evidence do we have that has some believing this was indeed a false flag attack?
Well, as mentioned above, there is plenty of historical precedent, like 9/11, We also have countless statements from insiders who know that a powerful group of people covertly control governments.
A few examples with regards to false flag terrorism are listed below.
“The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al-Qaeda, and any informed intelligence officer knows this. But, there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an intensified entity representing the ‘devil’ only in order to drive TV watchers to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the United States.”
– Former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook (source)
“Most terrorists are false flag terrorists, or are created by our own security services. In the United States, every single terrorist incident we have had has been a false flag, or has been an informant pushed on by the FBI. In fact, we now have citizens taking out restraining orders against FBI informants that are trying to incite terrorism. We’ve become a lunatic asylum.”
– David Steele, the second-highest ranking civilian in the U.S. Marine Corps Intelligence and a former CIA clandestine services officer(source)
It’s clear there are people within the system working to change it for the better. There are shifts in consciousness taking place even where we might least expect it. Below is a great statement and message from Senator Daniel K. Inouye, the highest ranking Asian-American politician in United States history.
We recently published an article that discusses this event, and it features statements about false flag terrorism from Michel Chossudovsky, an award-winning author, an Emeritus Professor of Economics at the University of Ottawa, the founder and director of the Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), and the editor of Global Research. He has taught as visiting professor in Western Europe, Southeast Asia, the Pacific, and Latin America, has served as an economic adviser to governments of developing countries, and has consulted for several international organizations. He is the author of eleven books, including The Globalization of Poverty and The New World Order (2003), America’s “War on Terrorism” (2005), and The Global Economic Crisis. Read what he has to say directly from his website here.
That article also discusses how former Four Star General Wesley Clark, who was the Supreme Allied Commander of Europe of NATO from 1997-2000, has spoken out about this subject. Clark said, in an interview with Democracy Now, that the U.S. had plans to invade countries in the Middle East, including Syria, for no justified reason at all. He offered the sentiments of some within the American military, that they have a “good military” and that they can “take down governments.” He spoke of a memo that described how the U.S. had “plans to take out seven countries in five years, starting with Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finishing off, Iran.” (source)
Those are just a few examples of where to start if you’re new to the topic.
You can read more about this in the article linked below:
But it’s not all doom and gloom. Admittedly, many horrible things are happening on our planet, and a lot of innocent people are suffering, but all of these experiences are here and presenting themselves in order for us to ‘wake up’ and see things clearly. Once we see through all of the lies and deception that plague events like this, it will become harder for them to manifest into reality. These events are also lessons and indicators, triggers to help us move on, learn, and grow. It’s clear that the global collective no longer wishes these experiences for anyone. We are all interconnected (literally), so we must ask ourselves, what is really going on here? We must identify the problem before we can move into the solution.
The statements from Bouthaina Shaaban to RT claiming that the U.S. just bombed those who are fighting terrorists support the idea that these terrorists are created by the U.S. Why would the U.S. bomb the terrorists they help arm? The terrorists that justify their infiltration for ulterior motives? The terrorists that support the interests of the U.S. empire?
It is dangerous to label new and different ideas as conspiracy theories, and it’s easy to do so if you don’t examine the evidence for yourself. Don’t let the media dictate your thoughts and beliefs. Do the research, think critically, and question everything you read — including this. At the very least, don’t blindly believe what you are told by a handful of powerful people that control corporate mainstream media. Think for yourself.
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