Okay folks. It’s time to use history for its original intent – to stop something bad from happening.
Most Americans – at least those that are awake – have no trust for the mainstream minion press these days. It’s obvious to a shocking extent that the minion press is either controlled by the shadow government or the democratic party. Probably both.
We also know that both of the above are scared: the shadow government because the president is exposing them and rooting them out little by little, the democratic party because of the recent economic growth we are witnessing at the moment and because its platform is as empty as a crumpled paper cup. It might be a great time for a false flag event; not like it never happened before.
The US has a rich history of starting wars dating back at least 120 years. Here is a list of past false flags which got us involved in wars that killed too many Americans and made too many unknown big shots rich:
1) The U.S.S. Maine –1898. The Maine’s boiler room overheated, exploded, and took a cache of ammunition with it. The Yellow Journalist press was the most complicit as it embellished that the ship was sabotaged by the Spanish while docked at Havana, Cuba, Harbor. We were involved in the very short Spanish-American War and inherited the colonial lands of a defeated Spain. Americans died in the name of imperialism, not democracy.
2) World War II – 1941. Word has come out over the past few decades that President Franklin Roosevelt knew well in advance that the Japanese were going to attack Pearl Harbor. But did nothing. This one is hard to grapple with because Hitler and Japan needed to be defeated, but knowing the dishonesty of how we got involved has to make you question the motives of our government.
3) Gulf of Tonkin – 1964. The U.S.S. Maddox was attacked by a North Vietnamese PT boat. Well, that was the line we were fed the next morning. Then we found out 50 years later that it didn’t happen. Until the War on Terror, the Vietnam War was the longest in US history. At that time we worried about the “Domino Theory,’’ which meant that if one country fell to communism, then another would, and another, and another, until the whole world was communist. Some of the Antifa freaks might love that, but we – the American public – fell for that lie. The few countries that actually fell to communism were considered third-world at the time, and some of them still are.
4) Planes hit the World Trade Center buildings – 2001. Mossad? Saudi Arabia? The Shadow government? There are enough articles and reports of what happened, who was involved, and who got rich in the process that it would give you a headache if you tried to count them all. But remember, Building 7 went down 7-8 hours later that reporters televised before it actually crumbled to the ground. It united the country, but too bad it was around a phony narrative. Thank you mainstream minion press.
The numerous attempts to get the US involved in World War I can be considered false flags, but do you really think that Ambassador Zimmerman wanted his telegram to be intercepted for President Wilson to read? That’s a stretch.