Monthly C.I.A. Report January, 2017 False Flags Let me start by saying to my detractors, in the immortal words of Silky Johnson, Player Hater of the Year, 2002. This will be a monthly installment so some of them may seem long-winded. I understand that walls of text can be unfriendly so I've decided to give the shortest version that makes sense, which will still make it fairly lengthy. I felt that since this is the first installment, we would start with the history of U.S. war and conflict, and the distinct possibility that war really is a racket. False Flag: A false flag attack is when a government sets up an attack on its own people and then frames another group or country as the responsible party. This can also include having prior knowledge of an attack before it takes place and doing nothing to stop it or even fabricating an event that never happened. Origin: The term false flag likely began in the 1800's during naval battles ships would put up a flag of their enemy on the mast so that they could pretend to be a friend and get close enough to attack. One of the first known examples of this was the battle of Trindade in 1914 between the British and Germans. The German ship Cap Trafalgar disguised itself to look like a British ship so that it could get close enough to attack. Later this was labeled as perfidy. Perfidy: In 1977, in an addendum to the 1949 Geneva Convention, the act of perfidy was declared as a war crime. Perfidy is defined as the following, "In the context of war, perfidy is a form of deception in which one side promises to act in good faith (such as by raising a flag of truce) with the intention of breaking that promise once the enemy is exposed (such as by coming out of cover to attack the enemy coming to take the "surrendering" prisoners into custody). Perfidy constitutes a breach of the laws of war and so is a war crime, as it degrades the protections and mutual restraints developed in the interest of all parties, combatants, and civilians." So to anyone who scoffs at the idea of "false flag" attacks and conspiracies I would argue that all governments and militaries know of false flags and use them, so much so that it was made a war crime in 1977. Claim: Events that lead up to war are often not accidental and the U.S. government has lied and manipulated the American people in almost every conflict they have ever been a part of. Formula: The formula is to create as much fear as possible to illicit a psychological response, a cry for protection. We have seen that play out over and over as a tool used by our government against us. By creating an external enemy the government gains the support it needs to fuel war policies. Spanish-American War of 1898 Claim: The U.S., on behalf of National city Bank, started a war against Spain in Cuba who was the world's largest producer of sugar. City Bank referred to Cuba's sugar crop as "white gold" and wanted control of it as a compliment to Standard Oil's "black gold." Method: America decided to send the battleship U.S.S. Maine to Havana but nobody knew they were doing that and when it arrived the Spanish were surprised. Captain Charles Sigsby said not even the U.S. Consul General knew of his arrival. The Spanish allowed the Maine to dock and there is sat for three weeks. Manipulation: For that three weeks "yellow press" continued its assault of propaganda to stoke anti-Spanish sentiment in America, mostly through William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal. Hearst was paying bribes to spy on the Spanish ambassador to the United States and a letter was intercepted known as the De Lome Letter. The letter described president McKinley as a weak man who catered to the rabble. Hearst published the letter on February 9th, 1898. Spoiler In the New York Journal, which was run by William Randolph Hearst at the time, they began spreading false stories about the Spanish mistreating and abusing Cubans even saying they were feeding Cubans to sharks, roasting Cuban priests, and slaughtering hospital patients. Spaniards were depicted as Brute's that were killing Americans, even though no proof ever happened that Spain was responsible for the sinking of the U.S.S. Maine. This was to produce fear and anger at home so that America could more easily invade Cuba. Event: Just two days after the De Lome letter was published under the title, "Worst insult to America in history", and after sitting in the Havana for three weeks, the U.S.S. Maine exploded and sank to the bottom of the harbor, killing 266 men. We later went to war with Spain under the slogan "Remember the Maine." De Lome letter here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Lôme_Letter Spoiler A Naval Inquiry took place to determine what happened and concluded than an "external device" was used but was unable to determine what or who was responsible. On April 11, 1898, just two months later, president McKinley delivered a war message to Congress to establish order in Cuba. The Yellow press New York Journal continued its propaganda and goaded America to war under the cry of "Remember the Maine." Even though the U.S. could not determine why the Maine sank or who was responsible they ran propaganda like this to the American people to manipulate their support for an invasion of Cuba. Result: City Bank branches popped up all over Cuba and the money made from its "white gold" Sugar crop naturally gravitated to them. Spoiler Additional Information Spanish documents indicated that Spain wanted to avoid war with America because it had a wooden Navy that could not compete with America's steel ships. Admiral Cervera of the Spanish fleet wrote that the Spanish fleet could not compete with its wooden ships and it did not have the supplies to fight America such as ammunition, coal, and provisions. Sinking the Maine would have been the last thing the Spanish wanted to do. National City Bank that was owned by the Rockefeller's loaned the U.S. government $200 million dollars to fund its war against Spain in Cuba. At the time there was no income tax so they levied a "telephone use tax" against the American people to pay the 200 million dollars back. The tax remained for over a century. The loan was negotiated by assistant treasury secretary Frank Vanderlip. After the war National City Bank made him president. Later he participated on behalf of City Bank at the infamous Jekyll Island meeting. Afterwards, Mark Twain wrote, "How our hearts burned with indignation against the atrocious Spaniards.… But when the smoke was over, the dead buried and the cost of the war came back to the people in an increase in the price of commodities and rent — that is, when we sobered up from our patriotic spree — it suddenly dawned on us that the cause of the Spanish-American War was the price of sugar." World War I 1914-1918 Claim: The United States loaded down the Lusitania cruise liner with millions of rounds of ammunition and tons of bomb shrapnel to aid the British in her fight with the Germans, using both American and British civilians as human shields. Method: The U.S. loaded the Lusitania down with millions of rounds of ammunition and tons of bomb and grenade shrapnel as well as military grade explosives to aid the British in their fight against Germany. Both American and British civilians were used as human shields. Manipulation: Then president Woodrow Wilson lied to the people of the U.S. by having the ships manifest showing all the munitions classified and hidden in the U.S. Treasury archives. He then further lied by saying the ship was hit by two torpedoes when it was really hit by one. The yellow press in the U.S. continued its same tactics it had used in the Spanish-American war of 1898 by depicting the German's as brutish apes that would kill your women and children. Spoiler U.S. yellow journalism continued its march of manipulation forward by depicting Germans as brutes just as they did to the Spanish in the Spanish-American war and by illustrating the deaths of American women and children. Event: The Lusitania was sank by a single torpedo from a German U-boat and sank in 18 minutes killing 1,195 passengers including 128 Americans. Both Wilson in America and Winston Churchill with his "Room 40" in Britain had direct knowledge that there was a German U-boat on the prowl in the area the Lusitania was sank and that only one torpedo was used but covered up for Woodrow Wilson who said that two torpedoes had struck the Lusitania. The secret munitions had exploded and caused the liner to sink in only 18 minutes so Wilson added a torpedo to make it seem more believable. Result: The U.S. enraged the American people by depicting the German's as savages that killed American women and children just as they had done in the Spanish-American war. The U.S. entered World War I under the slogan, "Remember the Lusitania." Spoiler Additional Proof of a cover up and manipulation. America is outraged and moves closer to entering the war. The entire thing was a giant lie though. The Lusitania was filled with millions of rounds of rifle shells and tons of shrapnel munitions along with tons of military grade explosives. The U.S. government lied about it and used over 1000 innocent British and Americans as human shields. The Lusitania was struck by a single torpedo, followed by a massive explosion. It sank in just 18 minutes. Not until nearly 100 years later did the world learn the truth about the Lusitania. We once again were drawn into a war by false pretext, lies, and propaganda. Divers in 2008 discover the hidden munitions on the Lusitania. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...nges-Allied-claims-solely-passenger-ship.html President Roosevelt had the ship's 24 page manifest hidden which later turned up in his personal papers. President Wilson personally sealed it in an envelope, marked it “Only to be opened by the President of the United States,” and had it hidden in the archives of the Treasury Department (which oversees the customs service). We know this because President Franklin D. Roosevelt later had it retrieved, and it turned up among his papers. you can see the manifest hidden from the American people by president Roosevelt here. http://www.rmslusitania.info/downloads/crossing202_supplementary_cargo_manifest.pdf World War II 1939-1945 Claim: U.S. Intelligence had foreknowledge that the Japanese fleet was approaching America with the intent to attack and our oldest ships were left in place at Hawaii instead of moving them and preparing for the attack. Method: Washington had complete foreknowledge of the attack on Pearl Harbor and did not warn the commanders on the ground in Hawaii, allowing it to happen. Manipulation: The United States would end up declaring war but the American people wanted to know why we were caught offguard at Pearl Harbor so president Roosevelt appointed a commission to investigate called the Roberts Commission. The Roberts Commission concluded that Washington faithfully executed its duty and that the fault lay with the commanders in Hawaii. The commission found the commanders of Pearl Harbor, Adm. Husband Kimmel and Gen. Walter Short, guilty of 'dereliction of duty'. The Commission presented their findings to Congress January 28, 1942. Event: The Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 and killed 2,403 people. Washington knew of an impending attack but somehow was unable to prepare for it which resulted in the U.S. entering the war. Once again, the deaths of Americans caused sufficient outrage and panic to cause the American people to support the war. Result: Commanders Kimmel and Short received hate mail and thousands of death threats as a result of Washington's claim that they did not prepare for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and that it caused the death of innocent Americans. Kimmel and Short protested the Robert's Commission findings because Robert's ran the hearing where evidence was introduced but not recorded, there were statements made not under oath, and Kimmel and Short were denied the right to question witnesses. In August of 1944 a Congressional Resolution mandated the trials of Kimmel and Short. At the proceedings, the attorneys working for Kimmel and Short provided proof that Washington had complete foreknowledge of the events at Pearl Harbor and withheld this information from the commanders in Hawaii. Later in 1946 while giving Congressional testimony, Admiral Kimmel stated; "We needed one thing which our own resources did not make available to us. That vital need was the information available in Washington from the intercepted dispatches which told when and where Japan would strike. It is my conviction that action from the Navy Dept. at any one of these significant dates in furnishing me with the information from the intercepted messages would have altered the events of Dec. 7, 1941." Based on the evidence introduced by Kimmel and Short, the Navy board overseeing the trial was outraged and they exonerated Kimmel and Short, laying the blame squarely on Washington D.C. The Army Pearl Harbor board concluded Washington had full foreknowledge of the attack and concluded with these words. "Up to the morning of December 7, 1941, everything the Japanese were planning to do was known to the United States." The people of the United States did not learn of these verdicts because president Roosevelt ordered the results to be made confidential. Vietnam and Iraq Wars Gulf of Tonkin event led America into Vietnam resulting in over 50,000 American deaths but it never happened. In the 2003 documentary The Fog of War, the former United States Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara admitted that the August 2 USS Maddox attack happened with no Defense Department response, but the August 4 Gulf of Tonkin attack never happened. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gulf_of_Tonkin_incident Iraq war, weapons of mass destruction was the reason America was pushed to support the war, there were of course no weapons of mass destruction and it was yet again another false narrative like all the others.