Whilst recently on the subject of 9/11 and false flag events, an item on RT’s The Keiser Report caught my attention this week. Max Keiser has predicted the possibility of a false flag attack in the next 90 days. The reason: impending Pentagon budgetary cuts. He referred to an article in the Financial Times that suggested the real possibility of the cuts following the deficit reduction deal agreed by congress.
“The defence budget will sustain at least $350bn in cuts over the next 10 years as part of the initial deal. But if a bipartisan “super committee” cannot agree on $1,500bn in spending cuts before November, the Pentagon faces another $500bn automatic reduction to its budget.”
As Keiser points out, the US needs it’s military at full capacity. It is an integral part of the financial and global power machinery that drives America. If you can’t prevent the cuts, you need to then justify the existing (or more) budget. For that, the military has to be ‘necessary’. A war or ‘event’ justifies such a necessity.
Keiser is a top economic analyst who has been repeatedly on the nose, with regard to economically connected global affairs. Whilst I tend to agree with him, I believe there is currently a much larger picture developing in relation to the idea of false flag usage. Much of this is based on observation of current events.
The last 8 days has seen a meltdown in global financial affairs. The media is downplaying the gravity of events, yet with the US triple-A downgrading, the threat of a Euro monetary collapse, new European countries dragging their feet in adopting the Euro, Greece’s rapid privatisation of selling off of national assets and the coincidental prop-up of Spanish & Italian debt… the picture speaks for itself. People are getting wiser and they are starting to see the reality unfolding around them.
Maybe this is the case for the current unrest in the UK. Who knows what is currently going on. Whilst I recognise that some individuals love to take advantage of such situations and engage in ‘Droog’ mentality in an unforgivable and disgusting manner, I can’t help shake the feeling that we’re not getting the whole story. This is hardly surprising if you truly understand the nature of news propaganda in the mainstream media, yet some people still fall for it. The information about the shooting that apparently started the rioting, is sketchy at best. I have heard rumours about peaceful protesting in the early stages, but finding solid information about this is even harder.
Now we have talk of the scale of deterent needed to quell the violence. The violence needs to be stopped. I understand this, but when high up political figures and news reporters are talking about the use of the Army on the streets of our cities, we are getting into very dangerous territory. This is a story we need to watch very carefully and be vigilant. We (those who recognise the real nature of global events) need to be ready to sound the alarm if it appears that such events are being used to further erode our rights and freedoms.
Protecting innocent people and property is fair and good, but we don’t need to lose anymore of our civil liberties.
They’ve already taken more than enough!
See you in part three of my 9/11 series.