NATO Members Conduct False Flag Terror In Attempt to Whip Up War

Turkey Busted for False Flag Terror

Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh (who uncovered the Iraq prison torture scandal and the Mai Lai massacre in Vietnam) says that high-level American sources tell him that the Turkish government carried out the chemical weapons attacks blamed on the Syrian government.

Indeed, it’s long been known that sarin was coming through Turkey.

Turkey is a member of NATO. So we’re really talking about a NATO member launching a false flag attack against a non-NATO member, and then blaming it on the victim.

Indeed, a new tape recording of top Turkish officials planning a false flag attack to be blamed on Syria as a causus belli was just leaked a couple of weeks ago, and confirmed by Turkey as being authentic.

In other words, since the last big Turkish false flag didn’t succeed in launching war against Syria, they’re going to try again.

This is not the first false flag by NATO members. For example:

  • Quebec police admitted that, in 2007, thugs carrying rocks to a peaceful protest were actually undercover Quebec police officers (and see this)
  • At the G20 protests in London in 2009, a British member of parliament saw plain clothes police officers attempting to incite the crowd to violence

Postscript: It’s not just NATO members …the Nazis, Soviets, Algerians, Indonesians, Israelis and others have used false flag terror as well.

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  • jay_diggity

    I really think if they gave out keys to the universe the dark occultists should be left out. theyre just not safe to be around. I think they should be put somewhere where they will never hurt anyone ever again. like easter island. all of them. the 1% like put in a zoo or something where they can behave like the animals they are. safe behind bars

    • Gregory Herr

      Jay, your post brings to mind a tune by Roger Waters from the album “The Final Cut,” called “The Fletcher Memorial Home.” Check it out.

  • NVN777

    democracy in action

  • JdL

    It would please me greatly if the populace (or even, say, 50% of them) understood what evil lurks in governments. If there is a government anywhere on earth that is not a den of lying, murdering psychopaths, I’d like to hear of it.

    • Joshua Gaddis

      As Benjamin Franklin said, “Government is a force, like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearsome master. ” The #1 biggest killer of humans throughout history worldwide is democide (death by government). Even our founding fathers understood how dangerous government is, regardless of how necessary and why itMUST be kept on an extremely short leash and limited and divided in powers. But government has grown out of control and seeks more and more control and will continue to accumulate more and more control until the people rise up again and take it back.

  • PatriotUSA

    NATO is a terrorist organization.

  • LM

    What’s the name of the documentary? The person who posted it took it down.

  • I wish main stream media would talk about this BS US and Turkey played on Syria. Their videos of dead children pulls at heart strings of the west. But the reality is most are children of the various Rebel groups. in my opinion I think if the #daeshbags wanna put their kid in harms way then it is their fault not the Syrian Gov fault who is fighting a foreign insurgency funded by Saudi, Qatari, CIA and a few lesser ones. With Turkey giving medical aide to the rebels even ISIS it ticks me off most people in west still believe the BS lies on MSM and Gov sources. If the outside influences had not backed rebels groups right from the start we would not have the problems we are having ATM in Iraq and Syria. over 200k dead in Syria…. but That is another topic … You notice how Syrian observatory of Human rights loves to qoute the deaths as all being from Assad? I guess the rebels must be using non lethal weapons against SAA and the Syrian people. Flipping crazy eh? And who is the SOHR?

    • Gregory Herr

      The Syrian Observatory you reference is based in Britain, so not hard to figure. Human Rights Watch is a fair source of information. MSM in the U.S.? Let’s not hold our breath.

  • RichJ

    I’d title this article, “When a People Abandon Righteousness.” Sub Title, “The get the kind of leaders they deserve.”