27 leading public intellectuals discuss false flags in general and the Paris and San Bernardino attacks in particular. Now available on Amazon.
It is with sadness that I observe that most people – including extremely intelligent and accomplished people – appear to have lost their critical thinking faculties over the past quarter century. When I have the temerity to suggest that Paris may have been a false flag event intended to
legalize the illegal US war against Syria by invoking the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Article 5 protection clause;
or that it is a means for the party in power in France to lock down the country (neutralizing the extreme right challenging its loose authority);
or that Saudi Arabia and Turkey gain from international publicity consistent with their export of state-sponsored terrorism;
or that Israel is always happy to both punish France for supporting the Palestinians and considering a boycott of Israeli products while also frightening more French Jews into moving to Israel to fill up the illegal settlements being built there at U.S. taxpayer expense
I get three reactions:
one third tell me that it is high time someone put all this in writing at a time when the mainstream media and even alternative media have been bribed or intimidated into avoiding any challenge to the official narrative;
one third tell me I am most certainly a lunatic and perhaps a traitor (remember this is how America treated Daniel Elsberg on Viet-Nam and the Dixie Chicks on Iraq); and
one third don’t notice – they don’t read much and are largely oblivious to world events.
False flag denialist Andre Walker probably thinks that Steele – who personally ran false flags for the CIA – is “most certainly a lunatic” for knowing, from direct first-hand personal experience, that false flags exist.
I just debated the boozy, excitable Walker on Press TV. His incessant drunken yapping, in some impenetrable dialect of cockney, did include a few recognizable English words, chiefly: “LUNATIC! LUNATIC! LUNATIC!”
It was like being stuck in a tawdry pub with some hooligan drowning his sorrows after a losing football match.
Andre Walker should say hello to Patrick Clawson, a leading think-tanker (from WINEP) who has called for a false flag to start a war with Iran. Clawson, a big fan of false flags, brags that they are “the American way to go to war.”
Is Clawson a lunatic?
There, at least, is one thing Andre Walker and I can agree on.