By Craig McKee
When something works, why change?
The price of not scrutinizing the evidence in horrifying acts of destruction, terrorism, and murder is that they just keep happening. If the perpetrators get away with it once, there’s no reason they wouldn’t keep going to the same formula that has worked in the past.
With the help of the mainstream media, we keep believing the lies we’re fed. And we keep paying a terrible price.
John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 by his own government, and we believed the flimsy scenario that a lone nut named Lee Harvey Oswald did it. Although the evidence overwhelmingly shows that Oswald was a patsy who was set up to take the fall, our newspapers and television programs still refer to him as the man who shot JFK. No trial, no proof. No matter.
We know that Franklin D. Roosevelt provoked and allowed the attack on Pearl Harbor to take place to create public support for getting into World War II. The wishes of the people were not to be listened to, they were to be manufactured. While America was officially outraged at the brutal invasions of the Nazis, American corporations were enthusiastically doing business with them, helping to keep the war machine humming.
JFK wanted to pull soldiers out of Vietnam. He also wanted the U.S. government to start printing its own money for the first time since the private Federal Reserve came into existence in 1913. Both bad news for the power elite that is used to having its own way. Time for another massive deception. Time to create an event to traumatize the population and to change the course of events. The assassination did that very effectively.
Between the Kennedy assassination and the present day, there have been dozens and dozens of violent events that were crafted to help shape our world. And we still don’t see the pattern. We still don’t see how all these events are linked.
Tell me if this story sounds familiar:
A group of fundamentalist Muslims conduct suicide attacks on four targets, leading to considerable loss of innocent life and traumatization of the population. An identification card of one of the terrorists is found at one of the scenes, and it is used to very quickly confirm the identity of the perpetrators. More evidence is found in vehicles left behind by the alleged perpetrators.
A confession surfaces on the Internet that further supports the scenario. Government promises a full and exhaustive investigation of the attacks, but fails to live up to this promise. Inexplicable failures of security procedures and of electronic equipment aid in the success of the attacks. Physical evidence at the scene of the attacks contradicts the official version of events.
Military exercises intended to test the country’s readiness to handle terrorist attacks are happening the very same morning that the actual attacks occur. The exercises simulated precisely the scenario that actually takes place. Even some of the locations are the same.
Muslim “terrorists” are blamed despite a strong body of evidence that suggests another scenario. The majority of the general public accepts the official explanation without question. The government is not required to prove its “official story.”
No, I’m not talking about 9/11, I’m talking about the bombings of three tube stations and one city bus in London, England on July 7, 2005. It was another false flag operation that followed the same pattern as Kennedy, 9/11, and many more deceptions.
Once again, this plan involved lies, cover-ups, fake evidence, media complicity and mass murder. And once again the event was blamed on Muslim terrorists. And we wonder why the Muslim world is pissed off at us?
The London bombings (which I will address in detail in future posts) were coldly calculated to perpetuate the fear that our governments use to control us. As long as we’re afraid of the big, bad enemy from the outside (it used to be Communism, now it’s Muslim terrorists), we’ll let the rich and powerful continue to tighten the reigns of control. They represent their own interests, not ours.
It’s a familiar pattern. It’s time to start seeing it.