By: S. Grant
In a false flag operation, the government or another group stages an event to look like it was carried out by someone besides the real perpetrators. The deceivers use this tactic to discredit another group and start wars, enact severe laws, overthrow political opponents, gain alliances, or otherwise get an advantage. As we will see, those carrying out the acts are all too willing to sacrifice lives or promote fear and violence to solidify their ruses. Some of these events are proven to be false flags, while others are simply suspected.
By: Jay Dyer
Guest Writer for Wake Up World
A new year brings resolutions, and for the establishment, their resolutions are quite clear: more of the same! More false flags, more mediacircus and staged news, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.
Last week, we all awoke to news the Onion-like French satire publication Charlie Hebdo had been attacked by terrorists, with Al Qaeda taking responsibility for the murder of several media figures. While it is tempting to get bogged down in “fluid” situation details, we must always recall similar patterns of such events in the recent past which will serve to inform the greater context of this new event in the never-ending “war on terror”.
Ronaldo said: “I do not exchange my shirt with ASSASSINS”
This was a phrase used by the Portuguese star Cristiano at a meeting after a friendly playoff between Israel and Portugal before the World Cup.
After the match, an Israeli player removing his shirt offered it to Ronaldo, who refused because he could not agree to wear a jersey on which there was the flag of the State of Israel.
In the locker room when reporters asked him why he had refused to exchange his jersey, he said “I do not exchange my shirt with murderers” (Google English translation).
A Real Euro-star: Cristiano Ronaldo, who became the world’s most expensive footballer when he joined Real Madrid for £80 million from Manchester United, made his full international debut for Portugal in 2003.
This is not the first time the Portuguese star Ronaldo has shown his solidarity with Palestinians, last year he auctioned off his soccer boot in gold, to help Palestinian victims of Israeli bombing.
The Turkish government is red-faced after a leak on YouTube revealed a daring plot to justify invading neighboring Syria. An anonymous source posted audio of a secret meeting between top Turkish officials – discussing a false flag operation that would appear as a Syrian attack. It’s not the first time Ankara has tried to rally NATO against Syria. RT’s Marina Portnaya has a collection of Turkish attempts to spark a full-blown war with its neighbor, with the backing of the Alliance.
If you reject anyone or anything that teaches love, you still have a lot to learn.
Si rechaza a nadie ni nada de lo que enseña el amor, aún tiene mucho que aprender.
Als je iets of iemand die liefde leert afwijst, heb je nog veel te leren.
Si vous rejetez quelqu’un ou quelque chose qui enseigne l’amour, vous avez encore beaucoup à apprendre.
Wenn Sie jemanden oder etwas, das die Liebe lehrt ablehnen, haben Sie immer noch eine Menge zu lernen.
A pretty face gets old, a nice body changes, but a good character will always be good.
Una cara bonita pasa de moda, un bonito cuerpo cambia, pero una buena carácter será siempre bueno.
Een mooi gezicht wordt oud, een mooi lichaam verandert, maar een goed karakter zal altijd goed zijn.
Un visage joli vieillit, a corps change agréable, mais un bon caractère sera toujours bon.
Ein hübsches Gesicht alt wird, einen schönen Körper verändert, aber ein guter Charakter wird immer gut sein.