Wednesday, 11 October 2017


For decades now, governments around the world have admitted committing false flag attacks to further geopolitical and other aims. False flag attack is a covert operation designed to deceive in such a way that the event is made to appear as if it was carried out by individuals, groups or nations other than those who actually planned or executed them. Many false flag attacks, including those perpetrated by the American government, have now been exposed, including Operation Northwoods, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, the FBI COINTELPRO campaign, and the Anthrax letters.

But what about the false flags that the government has not admitted to yet? In light of the Las Vegas shooting incident, people have been asking how do you know the event is a false flag or not. Anytime you have a high profile event that doesn't pass the sniff test, here, as this video by Truthstream Media shows, are some red flags to look for that might denote a false flag event.

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