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False Flag for Dummies

I realize that "government" operations are notoriously incompetent, but it's getting embarrassing how juvenile and amateur the Obama administration's psy-ops, false flag, and propaganda operations have become. Is this really the best they can do? I'm speaking of the fact that Reuters just reported (if you can call reprinting state propaganda "reporting") that our ever-courageous FBI just foiled a diabolic plot by five "self-described anarchists" to blow up a bridge in Ohio. Well, golly, I feel so much safer!
Allow me to offer a few words regarding the federal fear-mongers and their bungling incompetence in this obvious false flag ploy.

In movies, villains do hugely destructive things just to be evil. In real life, they don't. Even people who commit real evil usually feel righteous about it, and are trying to accomplish something, usually trying to lash out against a perceived injustice. Real terrorists, for example, don't "hate us because of our freedoms"--they're angry because of what the U.S. empire has done. Of course, that doesn't make killing innocent people okay--the point isn't that people who commit evil have good reason to; the point is, they have some reason to. They may be misguided, demented, stupid, and/or sadistic, but there is always some motivation, something they're trying to accomplish. 

So why, for example, would these "self-described anarchists" (a.k.a. government operatives) want to blow up some bridge in Ohio? The Reuters story doesn't even take a wild guess at a motive. If someone had tried to blow up a police station, or an army recruiting office, or an IRS building, or a politician's office, then I could maybe believe the story. But risking their lives to blow up some random bridge? Why?

And if you're going to put up mug shots of the supposed "self-described anarchists," don't consult a casting director. Don't make them look so unbelievably cliche, as the five mug shots in the "story" are. It looks like they found four drugged out morons, put a box in their hands, dropped them off at a bridge, and then "busted" them as devious masterminds of a terrorist plot.
And the reason it looks like that is because that's probably exactly what happened. Oddly, the feds admit a lot of that. They admit that the FBI was involved the whole time, and supplied the fake explosives for the job. The public was never in danger, the feds proudly proclaim, because they were involved the whole time. What they didn't say is that they were the only reason the non-existent plot was ever cooked up.

I know a lot of people who call themselves anarchists. A few--very few--are just stupid punks who think the name sounds cool, even though they have no grasp on anything remotely philosophical. These are the twits who go around breaking stuff for fun, on camera, so the media can show what "anarchists" are like. And, on several occasions, it has been discovered that such violent trouble-makers are usually "government" instigators, trying to make things turn violent (which is what "government" does best). And how convenient for the feds that these (fake) evil-doers couldn't wait to proclaim themselves to be "anarchists."

In all honesty, I'm glad this is the best the federal fear-mongers can do. Looking at the comments under the Reuters article, lots of people can see through the transparent propaganda. If the feds had anyone with actual brains, then we'd be in serious trouble, because convincing, effective false flag operations would be pretty easy to pull off, in a way that would dupe a lot more people. (Read "The Iron Web" for an example.)

As one example, the feds blowing up the Murrah building years ago--with or without the help of Patsy McVeigh--only deserved a C+ as a false flag operation. That time, at least they came up with a believable motivation--revenge for Waco--even if the story itself and the cover-ups were seriously bungled by the federal mass murderers. In contrast, the Ohio false flag stunt deserves an "F."

For now, it's comforting that with all the voices out there rationally explaining the moral superiority of a voluntary, stateless society (Stefan Molyneux, Marc Stevens, Bill Buppert, Jim Davies, etc.), this lame response by the federal fear-mongers is the best they could come up with. What I worry about is what happens when they get more desperate, when their power really starts slipping away. Expect things to get really nasty then, and the mayhem and bloodshed won't be the result of "self-described anarchists"; it will be the result of the megalomaniacal, narcissistic sociopaths in "government."

11 Comments in Response to

Comment by PureTrust
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I haven't seen any recent comments by Suka or Anonymous75. I have seen a few comments that I think might be JV carefully speaking against freedom, but using a different UserName. Personally, I have been thinking that this group was banned from this forum, but maybe they are all on vacation or something.

Comment by Shill Hater
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I wasn't going to waste my time commenting on this garbage, but Suka and anonymous75, how long have you been working for the CIA?

Comment by Suka
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 "well done Mr. Rose..." Another kiss in the ass.

Comment by Mark Davis
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 Even stating the obvious is a heroic act these days, so well done Mr. Rose.  The Statist Kool-Aid must be getting pretty strong as the petty cowards who support the encroaching police state are becoming bolder  in proclaiming their fears.  It is hilarious how false-flag attacks like this are supposed to make the rest of us shake in our boots at the threat of "domestic terrorists", yet these guys make the Three Stooges look like S.P.E.C.T.R.E.  The trolls who come along seeking to discredit the messenger write like they are copying from a sheet of paper provided by others; hmmm, wonder who would do that? lol

Comment by PureTrust
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The biggest danger to society is to think that anyone in Government except Ron Paul would have societies interests at heart more than his/her own pocketbook.

Comment by Suka
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I think Annonymous75 is telling the truth about who Larken Rose is and the danger the latest sociopaths are considered a threat to society. In this philosophical [delusional] rant [rhetorical acrobatics] Larken Rose is in his usual squid tactic mode attempting very hard to drive attention away from himself, an ex-convict who in revenge wanted to "shoot cops dead"! As to the rest of the comments, it is obvious that these are all artificial, at most, a kiss in the ass.

Comment by Anonymous75
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What do you expect from terrorists who proved themselves to be dangerously mentally-disturbed like Larken Rose but to say that the FBI sting operations are "psy-ops, false flag, and propaganda operations"? He has no idea why he is still alive today because of those sting operations, and enjoys his wild mental swing to shoot cops dead as if he is playing a video game.

I do not need to waste my time in educating him and his likes how many terrorist ring leaders had fallen into the FBI security dragnets. It is all over the Web. There is no need for me to say more except to restate my previous comments of warning for you own safety, and for national security.

Do you think threats of violence are not taken seriously by the Government? You will be damned if you think otherwise.

Those who are so angry that they want to shoot cops dead are just one of those serious threats to the safety of Americans and to national security.

Sociopaths and violent psychopaths like Larken Rose, Timothy McVeigh, the Unabomber, Jared Loughner and their kind had been described by the recent study of the National Health Institute as a new bunch of anti-Government terrorists that tend to be violently homicidal because they are suffering a certain kind of "mental illness" that could not be cured. Their number is rapidly growing every day triggering a highest form of alarm.

You are with them in this website. You read them every day and you can feel the intensity of their hatred.

Judging from the nature of their anti-Government mental disorder [Larken Rose’s case is demonstrative of this illness], there is no way that the Department of Homeland Security can reason out with them to calm them down, to pacify their threat not only to rise against the Government but to kill and destroy. Only bullets can stop them.

If you are observant enough to keep track of this dangerous development, you will know that to protect the people, the Government is prepared for any eventuality. The kind of bullet the Government is using as you read this in the latest news reports [hollow points that explode in the body when it hit] illustrate how determined DHS is to stop those psychopathic terrorists right in their track when they attack like zombies. You have perhaps seen this in the movies… and now it is reality.

I also posted recently a comment on how to deal with dangerous sickos like Larken Rose. I want you to read it.

Comment by: Anonymous75 (#045815)

Entered on: 2012-04-25 10:39:51

My way is the ONLY way how to deal with threats to life and property coming from mentally-disturbed terrorists like Larken Rose and his likes, i.e. Timothy McVeigh, Unabomber, Jared Loughner and their kind. THERE IS NO OTHER WAY – THE ONLY CORRECT WAY, IS DEFINITELY MY WAY.

The American people agree with my way how to deal with Rose and his kind – eliminate them or else be eliminated! Extreme? Yes, because extreme situation only requires extreme solution. To save my life and that of my family – and yours too if you care – has NO compromise. You either live – which means terrorists don’t – or die – which means terrorists live and kill some more. That’s what I mean when my life and yours have no compromise in dealing with this kind of terrorists.

Notice carefully – and again I will attempt to make you understand: The American people agreed with my way. Through Congress they showed their agreement by passing the latest tool to use in dealing with terrorists like Larken Rose and his likes – the National Defense Authorization Act. This time the American people, tired of the tricky legal maneuvers of terrorists, acted through Congress and got rid of this "bullshit" called "due process" terrorists hide behind when caught doing their terrorist activities. More NDAA-like tools to use are coming. This nation can no longer take chances after 911 – we may not survive another 911 because this time it could be a biological kind of WMD, you name it.

Sickos call this false flag for dummies!


Comment by Peace Requires Anarc
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The only thing that needs to be mentioned is that if these people didn't call themselves "anarchists" (a word that many people would say is similar in meaning to "terrorist") then the "story" wouldn't have made a good enough article for Reuters to even publish.

Comment by dick tater
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Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I. 

April 28, 2012
New York Whore Times

THE United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years — or so it has seemed. A would-be suicide bomber was intercepted on his way to the Capitol; a scheme to bomb synagogues and shoot Stinger missiles at military aircraft was developed by men in Newburgh, N.Y.; and a fanciful idea to fly explosive-laden model planes into the Pentagon and the Capitol was hatched in Massachusetts.

But all these dramas were facilitated by the F.B.I., whose undercover agents and informers posed as terrorists offering a dummy missile, fake C-4 explosives, a disarmed suicide vest and rudimentary training. Suspects naïvely played their parts until they were arrested.

Comment by Paula Landess
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Larken, once, again, you have hit the proverbial nail on the head. I am forwarding your article, False Flag for Dummies, to my email list because so many of my family members and friends are still believing that Fox News gives them the truth. Whether or not anyone reads it remains to be seen. But, as always, I will end my email to them with my signature line: "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge..." Hosea 4:6 and I have recently been adding: "Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God". Stay strong, my friend. You are not crying into the wind any longer.

Comment by bradley wargin
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You have a good mind, I like your thoughts, a lot like my own. I would like to see you some day.