Snowden Confirms Spy Agency Launched False Flag Attacks and Used Honey Traps

Spy Agencies Use Dirty Tricks

We’ve repeatedly noted that the spy agencies aren’t just like giant peeping Tom’s, but they use their capabilities in mischievous offensive actions.

We’ve warned since 2009 (and see this) that the government could be launching cyber “false flag attacks” in order to justify a crackdown on the Internet and discredit web activists.

A new report from NBC News shows that the British spy agency used “false flag attacks” and other dirty tricks:

British spies have developed “dirty tricks” for use against nations, hackers, terror groups, suspected criminals and arms dealers that include releasing computer viruses, spying on journalists and diplomats, jamming phones and computers, and using sex to lure targets into “honey traps.”


The agency’s goal was to “destroy, deny, degrade [and] disrupt” enemies by “discrediting” them, planting misinformation and shutting down their communications.

Sound familiar? It should:

Between 1956 and 1971, the FBI operated a program known as COINTELPRO, for Counter Intelligence Program. Its purpose was to interfere with the activities of the organizations and individuals who were its targets or, in the words of long-time FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, to “expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit or otherwise neutralize” them.

NBC continues:

[The agency] also uses “false flag” operations, in which British agents carry out online actions that are designed to look like they were performed by one of Britain’s adversaries.


JTRIG used negative information to attack private companies, sour business relationships and ruin deals.


Changing photos on social media sites and emailing and texting colleagues and neighbors unsavory information.

Here are two of the documents from the British intelligence service leaked by Edward Snowden:

Previous Snowden documents published by NBC also evidence false flag attacks.

Postscript:  We await further revelations of “false flag” attacks by spy agencies.



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  • Name

    In the IT world, a honeytrap basically means exposing an unused subnet that offers fictitious services (e.g. HTTP, SMTP) to would-be hackers. The idea is to gather as much identity information as possible in order to block the hackers from assaulting legitimate services. It has very little to do with sex, unless the parties are unusually geeky.

    • Different Name

      I think it is unusually geeky to assume that while honey, traps, and sex have been around forever, the term honeytrap has to do with the IT world, and not the real world of sex and spies…lol

      • Anon

        Actually, The term honey trap came from an Operation/Tactic the Mossad uses and then other agencies caught on. IT had nothing to do with it. And Yes, I work in IT.

  • guy hawkins

    Its all smoke and mirrors – the 9/11 false flag involved ‘spy agencies’ along with the administration of President GW Bush and the German military –

    • freewheelinfranklin543

      The Israeli’s did the shit work!

  • steve brown

    I’m all for these GCHQ guys being put up against a wall with the rest of the deserving, but this is small beer.

  • Annonymous_Expect_us

    I think you are all missing the point of false flag, they already exacted martial law on your all when they said they found the boston bombers, they told everyone this man was dangerous and armed and you all retreated to your houses. They don’t need to round you up into fema camps, and they already have NYC locked down, you all get up and go to work and live in fear of not having a house and paying the rent and feeding yourself.. you already live in fear of the machine. people need to wake up.