We’re living in a false flag world, folks…a false reality created by false flag operations. So get a load of the biggest false flag stories of the year, as reported by False Flag Weekly News – watch the above video and don’t say I didn’t warn you. (Click HERE for links links to all of the 55 stories we covered.)
As I write in the forthcoming ANOTHER French False Flag: Bloody Tracks from Paris to San Bernardino:
Karl Rove famously told Ron Suskind:
The aide (Rove) said that guys like me were “in what we call the reality-based community,” which he defined as people who “believe that solutions emerge from your judicious study of discernible reality.” … “That’s not the way the world really works anymore,” he continued. “We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors…and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”
What does Rove mean by “creating reality”? Clearly he is referring to 9/11. On that day, Rove and his colleagues created a new, false reality—a fantasy world in which America was under attack by a powerful and dangerous foe. This paranoid fantasy world was engineered to become the new consensus reality, while actual reality was demoted to the status of “conspiracy theory.”
Rove cannot have been talking about relatively minor, non-foundational, non-reality-creating issues as, for example, whether the Bush Administration really believed that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Due to the collective emotional reaction to 9/11, and the outrageous and hard-to-believe social engineering project behind it, people who accept the official 9/11 myth are living in a very different world from the (real) world inhabited by those who know the awful truth; whereas those who recognize that Saddam’s WMD never existed, however outraged they may be, still inhabit pretty much the same consensus reality as those who haven’t figured that out. Rove didn’t create a new reality by helping forge the Iraqi WMD myth—which he never could have sold without the foundational, fear-inciting, thought-paralyzing effects of 9/11. So the WMD myth is both ontologically and politically insignificant, while the 9/11 myth is crucial and foundational. In 2003, two years after 9/11, they could have invented virtually any absurd, idiotic excuse to invade Iraq and easily gotten away with it. Before 9/11, no such invasion under any pretext, even a strong one, would have been politically feasible.
Indeed, Rove and such colleagues as public-myth-specialist Philip Zelikow—who wrote in 1998 that a coming new Pearl Harbor such as, for example, the destruction of the World Trade Center, would be a foundational mythic event that would split time into a vaguely-remembered “before” and a whole-new-world “after”—did create a whole new reality with the 9/11 inside job. In that new reality, where five foot tall 100 pound “muscle hijackers” who couldn’t fly training Cessnas, armed only with package openers, could conduct the first successful hijackings in decades, somehow preventing pilots from squawking hijack codes, and carry out aeronautically-impossible stunt flights to minimize damage to their most important target, the Pentagon; where giant skyscrapers could explode into powder at free fall acceleration due to relatively small office fires kindled by insignificant amounts of kerosene; and where hundreds of other equally ludicrous contradictions are mindlessly accepted as gospel—in this addled parody of the solipsistic universe of a brain-damaged madman, compliant sheeple would accept any subsequent fear-mongering tale they heard. Or at least enough would accept it to disable serious opposition.
Rove is supremely confident that he and his imperial colleagues will continue to enjoy impunity for their world-creating crimes. Why? The key word he uses is “judiciously.” He is sure that those who study 9/11, such as David Ray Griffin and the Architects and Engineers for 9/11 truth, will be so slow and methodical, so tentative and understated in their conclusions, and hence so politically ineffective, that they will remain years if not decades “behind the curve” in developing the degree of certainty required for bold, confident, forthright speech and action.
With due respect to the magnificent achievements of Griffin and Gage, I propose a different (or at least complementary) approach. Based on what we know of other events such as 9/11, I think it’s fair to assume these new events are probably false flags, and put the burden of proof on the authorities and mainstream media to prove they aren’t. And I think we should hit back as early, as often, and as hard as we can. We should not be pussyfooting around “studying judiciously what they do,” but rather engage in an all-out “truth jihad”i or infowar against these neocon madmen. As Marx famously said: “Hitherto, philosophers have sought to understand the world; the point, however, is to change it.”