Friday, November 8, 2013

False flag debunked

Alt-Market.com has a rather intriguing post about the highlights of a false flag event, which I find to throw a certain suspicion on the 'planned' November grid-down drill in light of the recent airing of  the American Blackout movie.
One of the telltale signs of a false flag event listed in the article is:

 11. Clues in pop media: Pop media clues, more accurately described as predictive programming, is more easily identified in hindsight. This often involves the portrayal of the very incident occurring in a movie or television show. In other instances, it may involve the conspicuous or even inconspicuous placement of random details of the attack into movies and television. For instance, The Lone Gunman, a short-lived spinoff of the X-Files carried a storyline in which a passenger plane was hijacked via remote control and was being flown into the World Trade Center towers. In The Dark Knight Rises, a very curious reference was made to Sandy Hook with a map of Newtown, Connecticut on the wall.

Historically, this clue has proven accurate time and time again, as well as the agenda ascerting ramifications of numerous other events.

Read the article. And what the hell, better to get prepared than rely on the Federal Enslavement Management Agency...

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