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A false flag operation is simply an action in which the perpetrator lays blame on someone else. The term originally comes from the naval concept of flying another country’s flag to deceive and confuse other ships.
False Flags are generally defined as when a government, group or entity engages in some sort of attack and creates propaganda or castes blame elsewhere to make it appear as though another government, group, or entity was the source of the attack. Sometimes the government, group or entity was not responsible for the attack but will take advantage of the crisis and blame someone or something else for political gain.
“You never want a serious crisis to go to waste” - Rahm Emanuel. The term has some roots in naval history when ships would engage each other and one ship would fly the enemy’s flag on their mast in order to gain the advantage of surprise attack on the enemy.
The Hegelian Dialectic is the philosophical principle by which these events are planned and manipulated. The basics of this principle are problem, reaction, solution. The problem is created, the public reacts and demands a solution, then the government provides the solution. The solution provided was already predetermined before the event happened. This ties in to the Masonic motto of “Ordo ab Chao” which is Latin for “Order out of Chaos”. They create the Chaos and then provide the Order.
“If tyranny and oppression come to this land it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.” – James Madison
See the False Flags in the left menu. This is not a complete list of False Flags by this country. find more False Flags here.
Black Ops - State sponsored False Flags or other covert Operations
Black operations are almost never officially acknowledged, remaining the highest of secrets long after their completion. “Plausible deniability” and the compartmentalization of various duties are integral to this process.
Plausible deniability is the process by which a country, agency, or individual maintains the ability to deny involvement in an operation. For instance, if there is no record that you received a memo, you could read the memo but still profess ignorance. Compartmentalization of our government agencies allows secret project groups to set up exclusive lines of communication. In this way the most powerful people are able to coordinate the actions of many who have no knowledge of their role in a covert plan.
Black ops are inherently secretive, deceptive, and undemocratic—there is no oversight by the people; a small anointed few decide what to do and hide their role from the wider public. Deconstructing black operations is a centerpiece of the Truth Movement. Examining black ops can give us a more accurate understanding of how governments actually work. Because of the shadowy nature of black ops, one must seek out alternative sources, do active research, and think for oneself.
Read more here - Insight - Black OpsCovert Operations & Shadow Government.