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IPFS News Link • False Flag Operations

Beware of a False Flag To Kick-Start World War 3

•, by Nick Giambruno

It's like the scene in the movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

There's a character who plays on the high school football team and has a fancy sports car. Later, his little brother's friend accidentally trashes this car.

Terrified at how the big brother could respond, they devise a clever plan to shift the blame on someone else. They make it look like the rival football team vandalized the car, decorating it in the rival team's colors and slogans.

The plan works.

The big brother is tricked into thinking that a rival football team trashed his car instead of the little brother.

This is the essence of a false flag. Governments and intelligence services use the same tactic to nefarious effect.

Take the Mukden Incident in 1931. The Japanese fabricated an attack to justify the invasion of Manchuria.

In 1939, before invading Poland, Nazi Germany staged an attack. They made the Poles look like the attackers.

There was the Gulf of Tonkin incident in 1964. That's when North Vietnam supposedly fired torpedoes at a US warship. The torpedoes missed, and there was no damage. But that made no difference…