TWO Al Qaeda “False Flag” Attacks

10 Sep

[courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

Thanks to the internet, we’re reaching a point where the gov-co can’t launch false flag events and get away with it for long.  The truth (plus a lot of disinformation and outright idiocy) will out.  Thanks to the internet, the world knows. Thanks to the internet, our government is losing credibility globally. Nobody believes the government. Nobody believes Obama. How can any government rule without credibility? By force?

According to video #1 (below), 84% of the American people believe 9/11 was an “inside job” or “false flag” operation. Eighty-four per cent. It’s taken America 12 years to reach a point where the truth is acknowledged by almost everyone except the gov-co and mainstream media.

But what good does acknowledging the truth about 9/11 do for us 12 years after the fact? Will the guilty be punished or even officially exposed? Maybe–but probably not.

Therefore, has uncovering the truth about 9/11 been futile?

No. More than anything else, the 84% of Americans who’ve slowly learned and acknowledged the truth about 9/11 over the past 12 years are the same 84% who refuse to believe Obama’s Syrian gas attack story, today. The 84% who know 9/11 was a false flag operation no longer trust gov-co. They no longer believe Obama. They automatically distrust and doubt the gov-co. That 84% will not blindly support another Middle East invasion. One day, that 84% will support and perhaps even demand repeal of the “Patriot Act” and “Homeland Security” laws.

Knowing the truth about 9/11 from twelve years ago, may prevent another false flag attack on Syria, today. Amazing, hmm? Who’d have thought it possible? The American people are learning from history and therefore not repeating history.  Public schooling has failed to dumb us down to the point where we can’t see the truth.

Our persistent, dogged, obsessive pursuit of the truth about 9/11 has helped prevent an attack on Syria and badly disabled gov-co’s capacity to mislead the American people. If even a nuclear device were detonated in a major American city, who would not automatically suspect the perpetrator was our own government? Americans should be proud. We aren’t helpless. It takes time, but pursuing the truth can and does make a difference.

I find that insight inspiring.

Two videos about al Qaeda’s false flag attacks:

1.  9/11 (as reported by Russia Today)

video   00:12:06

2.  Syrian government’s poison gas attack (as reported by Ron Paul and Pat Buchanan): :

video  00:07:47


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17 responses to “TWO Al Qaeda “False Flag” Attacks

  1. Julie

    September 10, 2013 at 4:32 PM

    You make a very promising point here. 84% !!! On the day of the events of 911, I felt, inexplicably, that our own government had been complicit in those acts. I felt AWFUL about it. Just awful. And I kept my thoughts to myself for a long time. My sneaking suspicion wasn’t a popular one in the beginning. But with every BREAKING NEWS report, I could never quite grasp an element of truth in what we were being told. Every school shooting, every HORRENDOUS ACT OF TERRORISM–same thing. The needle on my truth-o-meter wouldn’t budge even when I tried to coax it along. But in these ensuing years, my Bullshit-o-meter has become a well oiled machine, accurate to within the breadth of a hair. I see that you have been endowed with the same gift from our Creator.

    PUBLIC SCHOOLS: Not “quite” crappy enough….hahahaha!

    • Adask

      September 11, 2013 at 12:56 AM

      Hi Julie, your comment makes me smile. It always pleases me to see that somebody “gets” whatever it is I’ve tried to write. You understand. Good.

  2. Peter

    September 11, 2013 at 10:40 AM

    Most people that participate on this blog are “wired” with markers and attributes different from the vast majority and are therefore able to differentiate between fact and fiction.

  3. Jetlag

    September 11, 2013 at 12:24 PM

    If we don’t know who did 9/11 by this time, we probably never will.

    The case has gone cold. But at least the concept of a false flag is now in the public domain.

    • Yartap

      September 12, 2013 at 10:13 AM

      All those who helped to cover up or stall any investigations are guilty in my book. Our government who hides video evidence is guilty. Our government that has destroyed evidence is guilty. Many, many avenues have not even been allowed to be touched.

      • Jetlag

        September 12, 2013 at 2:48 PM

        I agree that the bad guys who did 9/11 must have had people working on the inside of government.

        Like in a bank job where alarms were shut off and doors left unlocked: the robbers at least had help on the inside. It was an “inside job”, as they say.

        The point is that knowing this much has not lead us to who done it. The bad guys appear to have gotten away with it.

  4. Peter

    September 11, 2013 at 2:12 PM

    There was a book written several years ago titled “Where Did The Towers Go” by Dr. Judy Wood, it was a scientific explanation for the dustification of the Towers. Dr.Wood argues that 80% of the towers were reduced to dust as evidenced by the dusting of Manhatten and 80% of the buildings were never salvaged or accounted for based on her studies. She has a YOU TUBE video, maybe check it out or even read the book. It defies any explanation reported in popular patriot circles, I listen to shortwave much and don’t recall ever hearing her as a guest on any shortwave program, correct me if I am wrong. It is quite possible that even in the alternative media there is censorship just as in the mainstream press. The explanation Dr. Wood expounds is to me the most credible , yet she receives little or no air-time on the shortwave dial.

    I believe it was a display for all the world to see the new class of weapons soon to be unleased on the planet in the next phase of warefare.

    Sound far-out ? Maybe, maybe not.

    Thanks Al for the forum

    AL, thanks for the forum for us people to exchange ideas.

    Thanks for letting me take ” baby steps” in the learning process and your patience with me .

    Al, thanks for the forum for us poeple to exchange ideas

    • Adask

      September 11, 2013 at 2:44 PM

      Hey, Peter–thanks for reading my blog.

  5. Peter

    September 11, 2013 at 2:58 PM

    Al, I dont keep a computer at arm’s length, usually the public library is my destination for access to the internet. Believe me when I say, is usually my first destination when access the learning box. Traveling far and wide to find the truth in an old Ford F150.

  6. JustARegularPatriot

    September 12, 2013 at 6:03 PM

    Well this is the proverbial tip of the iceberg that’s beginning to melt thanks to the internet that the NWO/elite/Banksters want to “control”.

    Now here comes the hard part to digest about “america”.

    Go to famguardian dot org and then navigate to David Gould’s 19 part treatise on why things are they way they have been throughout the ages. It will take time. It will not be “easy”. Nothing worthwhile ever is. (I haven’t finished either as I’m only on 15). But what you read will change you to the core as he rightly states at the end of one of the first three or four if you keep at it. And please keep at it! We are a nation of asleep sheep, drunk with our sports, politics, anger, and the like. Which is the way the elite want it. Goebbels would be proud. Moreover it looks like it was written in the 90’s b/c he references the Clintonestas reign etc.and we can see what has transpired in the years since. More and more soft tyranny. Less and less liberty. It will open your eyes and quake your soul.

    We are a nation of (a few elite) men masquerading as a nation of laws. Gould’s works get into the nuts and bolts of how we got here since before the War between the States, incorrectly referenced all too often as our “Civil War”. If we are truly “free” why is the 13th amendment worded with the adjective “involuntary”?? Why not “Neither slavery nor servitude…” What was the TRUE reason for the 13th amendment in the first place? Well, I’m not going to answer that b/c anything worth learning is worth digging into and finding out for yourself, especially things that aren’t as they “appear”. I’m sure some of you know already or have surmised being the type of intelligent medium this is, so full of thinkers.

    Then if you dare, read Eustace Mullens works on scribd dot com, especially “The Curse of Canaan”, and you will begin to see and better yet, understand how we are transgressing and breaking God’s Laws and principles.

    Remember what HE says about his people suffering for lack of knowledge and vengeance.

  7. Anthony Clifton

    September 13, 2013 at 7:57 AM

    Dave Martin…aka DCDAVE…a poet who also dabbles in prose had this to say…

    How appropriate it is that President Barack Obama should have invoked Franklin D. Roosevelt in his extremely bellicose speech on the evening of September 10. Like FDR, the people who put Obama in power have given every indication that they are itching to get us into another war. In this case, it is with Iran; in Roosevelt’s case, it was with Germany again. In both instances, the American people in their wisdom are and were overwhelming opposed to it.

    FDR spoke of our “ideals and principles” and proceeded to ally this country with Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union and then to pursue a war policy, on both the European and Pacific fronts, that could hardly have been better designed to advance the interests of that pernicious foreign power. His war policies, in fact, which resulted in the Communist takeover of a large part of both Europe and Asia, were not in the furtherance of but were at the expense of this nation’s interests and our professed “ideals and principles.”

    Once again, it is abundantly clear that the interests that we have been pursuing are not those of this country,

    it is important for the words to be properly defined and understood so “effective” communication
    prevents misunderstandings, mistakes and economic profits for warmongers and


    INFORMATION FLOW….and the world wide bulletin board….

    On 3 September 2013,

    the USA fired two missiles ‘in the direction of Damascus’…..

    The missiles were reportedly fired from Spain
    Reportedly, Russia shot down the missiles, went on war alert and sent a stiff warning
    to US intelligence.
    The UK House of Commons fairly swiftly voted against war.
    this evidence is presented to further the hypothesis that true information allows the
    “THINKER” to arrive at a better understanding of the Facts and evidence that are
    at odds with the “Official Narrative”
    but nevertheless allow a nearer path to the truth than the product offered
    for sale from the…. Lie factory.

  8. Name Withheld

    September 15, 2013 at 9:44 PM

    Let’s hope the 84% get off their fat asses and revolt. Nothing less than this is going to accomplish diddly squat.

    • Adask

      September 16, 2013 at 2:05 AM

      It may be that the 84% are already revolting, right now. But perhaps their revolt is being executed in a non-violent manner. Perhaps, by merely withdrawing our support of the government, we can topple that government. No guns, no bombs, no violence. Just a withdrawal of support, a withdrawal of willingness to believe whatever government says–could that be enough to win a revolution? I don’t know. I wouldn’t bet on it. But it’s certainly enough to start a revolution. Government will almost certainly want to escalate the conflict to a level where violence becomes significant and predominant. But what will government do? Shoot all of the 84% who no longer believe government?

      If there were only a handful of “disbelievers,” government might be able to jail or shoot them all. But doing so, in the internet age, would only increase the number of Americans who distrust the government. I’ll bet that every time government power is used to abuse one dissident, the net result is the creation of another 1,000, maybe another 10,000 dissidents. Government is caught between the rock and the hard place. If they shoot, they create more adversaries. If they don’t shoot, the civil withdrawal of public consent may be enough to topple the oppressors.

      We live an a world where we are saturated with the belief that conflict can’t be solved, except with violence. But maybe that belief is false.

      Gandhi drove the mighty English out of India with non-violence and civil disobedience. The essence of civil disobedience is a refusal to believe whatever the de facto government claims to be true. Insofar as 84% of Americans now disbelieve the government’s claims about 9/11, we can reasonably wonder if we are watching an expression of civil disobedience on a level comparable to whatever Gandhi achieved in India.

      India’s civil disobedience took place on the streets. America’s current “civil disbelief” is taking place on the internet. Does that constitute a significant difference?

      I don’t know. But it’s a fascinating question.

      We shall see.

      • Doug

        September 17, 2013 at 7:52 AM

        Perhaps, by merely withdrawing our support of the government, we can topple that government.

        I’d say we need to withdraw from all things fictitious. All legal fictions are a form of fraud usually created by thieves purposed to protect criminality and fend off liability.

        Withdrawing from what we have accepted (or not) as government isn’t enough because what we truly have is a banking system that has taken total control and maintains some “govt services” to keep the mullets voting and paying taxes.

  9. Jetlag

    September 17, 2013 at 1:52 PM

    Adask said: “Perhaps, by merely withdrawing our support of the government, we can topple that government.”

    Maybe, though historical precedent seems to indicate otherwise. Besides, there is no sign such a withdrawal of support will ever happen. This is because there is no sign that Americans will stop supporting the Constitution, despite the best efforts of a covert army of counter-culture activists and agitators.

    And the people of America know that supporting the Constitution is inconsistent with toppling the government which the Constitution requires to exist so that We the People may “form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty”.

    • JustARegularPatriot

      September 17, 2013 at 7:01 PM

      You are almost correct Jetlag..I believe if the population knew the real skinny regarding the original organic Constitution of 1801 (The Constitution for the United States of America) versus the Bankers rewritten “CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” {note the all caps} circa 1871, which is a corporate charter document, something might truly happen.
      Then again, because the banksters are so entrenched in the day to day operations of society, both privately and in the government, who knows?


      Be sure to click on the internal links in the document for more clarification.

  10. Cody

    September 18, 2013 at 1:02 AM

    Though it’s too late, the Branch Davidians, Randy Weaver and countless others are being vindicated. I think their is sufficient evidence the Feds are showing they are powerless to dominate us out of fear any longer. Hell, if I remember correctly, Holder just threw in the towel on marijuana control. That’s waving a white flag on a BIG chunk of the so-called “War on Drugs.” Part of the solution, aside from fearing God more than man, is piecemeal non-compliance.


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