Will Donald Trump Win the 2020 Election?
On September 11, 2001, the only people who knew what false flag meant were the professional strategists who teach the tactic in military academies. Today, almost everyone has at least heard of the concept.
Unfortunately, the world needs far more false flag education than it’s getting. Exhibit A: Trump’s recent bombing of Syria. That war crime (like so many war crimes) was triggered by false flags: the “Skripal poisoning” and the “Douma poison gas attack.” Both of these stories were obvious hoaxes. No sane, educated adult could possibly believe that Putin would poison a swapped spy with an exotic nerve agent and hand NATO hawks a PR bonanza. Nor could any serious person accept the absurd story of Assad pointlessly dropping chemicals on children at the exact moment of his hard-earned victory.
Somehow, though, the fake news mainstream media has gotten away with peddling those ludicrous lies, and many more. Throngs with torches and pitchforks have not yet burned their studios to the ground. Obviously those of us in the false flag education business need to work harder.
So that is exactly what we are going to do here at False Flag Weekly News. Please help us by contributing and spreading the word.