For all the gullible idiots who don’t ‘believe’ in conspiracies, here’s a list of 58 admitted false flag conspiracies from human history
Friday, July 15, 2016 by JD Heyes
Yes, it’s true: There really are conspiracies. As the popular (returning) TV show “The X-Files” notes, all you have to do is look because “the truth is out there.”
But unfortunately many in our society have been conditioned by the old media and politicos not to take any mention of conspiracies seriously, and this despite the fact that conspiracies have been real and have occurred much more frequently than many people realize.
In fact, one website – Washington’s Blog – has documented 58 of them in recent days, and many are quite shocking:
- The Mukden Incident: Also known as the Manchurian Incident, it was a staged event that was manufactured by rogue Japanese troops to use as a pretext for Imperial Japan to invade its much larger, but far weaker, neighbor in the 1930s. Likely under the direction of Japanese propagandist-in-chief in China, Colonel Kingoro Hashimoto, on 18 Sept Lt. Suemori Kawamoto exploded a small quantity of dynamite near a rail line owned by Japan’s South Manchurian Railway near the town of Mukden (now Shenyang). It was so weak it did no damage to the tracks, but the Imperial Japanese Army blamed it on Chinese dissidents and used it as pretext for a full invasion.
- The Gleiwitz incident: This was a “false flag” operation conducted by Nazi forces who posed as Poles on 31 Aug, 1939, against German radio station Sender Gleiwitz, located in Gleiwitz, Upper Silesia, Germany (and, since 1945, Gliwice, Poland) as World War II in Europe approached. The incident was used as a pretext for Germany’s blitzkrieg-like invasion of its eastern neighbor.
- Reichstag fire: On the evening of 27 Feb, 1933, a fire broke out at the German parliament, the Reichstag. Hitler and his top lieutenant, Hermann Göring, used the incident to solidify Hitler’s grip on power; Hitler imposed a set of edicts that dramatically curbed citizens’ rights, including the allowed detention without charges. Later, at the Nuremberg trials following World War II, German Army Gen. Franz Halder testified that Göring admitted to starting the fire as a way to steal power.
- Shelling of Mainila: On 26 Nov, 1939, the Soviet Red Army launched an artillery attack against the Russian village of Mainila, and declared that the fire had actually come from neighboring Finland. Moreover, the Red Army claimed to have suffered losses in the incident. This false flag operation garnered the USSR great propaganda and served as the impetus for launching the Winter War four days hence.
- USSR’s execution of Polish Army officers: In Nov, 2010, the Russian parliament made a stunning admission: That shortly after the USSR joined Nazi Germany in carving up Poland in September 1939, then-Soviet Premier Josef Stalin ordered his secret police to murder 22,000 officers in the defeated Polish army, as well as some civilians. At the time Stalin blamed the murders on the Nazis.
- Blowing up Jews: Following World War II, Britain attacked refugee ships carrying Jews attempting to seek safety in Palestine, blowing up five vessels between 1946-1948. England’s spy service, MI6, established a false group called “Defenders of Arab Palestine” and had its leaders cop to the attacks.
- Arab bombings: Israel, meanwhile, admitted in 1954 that an Israeli terrorist cell in Egypt planted bombs at a number of buildings, including those belonging to U.S. diplomats, and then planted “evidence” that implicated Arabs were behind the attacks. One of the bombs blew up prematurely which allowed Egyptian authorities to identify the bombers; several Israelis eventually confessed.
- CIA in Iran: The CIA has admitted that, in the 1950s, America’s premier spy agency hired Iranians to pose as Communists and conduct bombing attacks throughout the country as a way to turn its people against their democratically-elected prime minister.
Read the entire list here.