False Flag Fatigue: Orlando

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After the unexpected loss of Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump in 2016, the power-structure in our nation dramatically shifted. Those in power, who had planned for a Clinton win, had been preparing (since her loss in 2008) for her succession to Barack Obama in 2016. Barack Obama himself described Hillary Clinton’s assumed Presidency as the continuation of his legacy. When that didn’t happen, America saw a massive shift in power, shifts in global finance, and the resurgence of an old mechanism in order to combat this shifting landscape: The False Flag.

False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations appear as if they are being carried out by other entities.

False Flags doesn’t mean people don’t die, nor do they mean they automatically do.
The most important hallmark is that the evidence and information given to explain or qualify the events to the public, do not align.

This review is not intended to convince, and should not be viewed as proof of any kind. This is, rather, to rationally outline some of the information for people skeptical of False Flags, who would like to review this information without having to take on the burden of having to be convinced, in order to work with it. Understanding the arguments of the people who believe as they do on these topics, is not the same thing as agreeing with their conclusions.

The following 4 incidents, spanning 2016-present day, have all been classified as False Flags by the general public, as well as some experts who study American covert political, social, and military operations.

  1. Orlando
  2. Vegas
  3. Parkland
  4. Christchurch

What all of these incidents have in common, first and foremost, is that the general public identified all of these incidents as false flags immediately or not too long after their occurrence.

In every instance, within days or weeks (sometimes minutes), of the event being reported or posted online, a portion of the general public researched the events, found evidence, and provided the evidence to support the claims. A common misconception is that there is a right/left bias among people who believe in False Flags. Nothing could be further from the truth. The members of the general public include every race, gender, class, age, educational level, political affiliation, and social status.

In the public domain, the ‘official’ stories or ‘narratives’ given to the public to explain the events, have been dismissed as anti-science, false, manufactured, or contain a mixture of lies and truths, which underscores evidence of the events being False Flags.

By now, America has developed 2 methods of detecting and identifying False Flags, interwoven to varying degrees.

A. Evidence exists, in the public sphere, which undermines and/or contra-indicates the event.

B. The “official” explanation, given to explain the events, can be debunked or is lacking.

This 4 part series will review these four events individually before culminating in a round up review of facts.

1. Orlando

The official story according to Wikipedia:

On June 12, 2016, Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old American security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a mass shooting inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, United States. Orlando Police Department officers shot and killed him after a three-hour standoff.

In a 9-1-1 call shortly after the shooting began, Mateen swore allegiance to the leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant,[ISIS] Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, and said the U.S. killing of Abu Waheeb in Iraq the previous month “triggered” the shooting. He later told a negotiator he was “out here right now” because of the American-led interventions in Iraq and in Syria and that the negotiator should tell the United States to stop the bombing. The incident was deemed a terrorist attack by FBI investigators.

It is the deadliest incident of violence against LGBT people in U.S. history and the deadliest terrorist attack in the U.S. since the September 11 attacks in 2001. At the time, it was the deadliest mass shooting by a single shooter in U.S. history, being surpassed by the Las Vegas shooting a year later.

A. Debunkable Evidence

No bodies.

No footage, to date, has shown any bodies. Stretchers on scene are empty. Hospital images show empty stretchers as well. Thus far, the only images of victims, whatsoever, number only a handful. There exist no images of Orlando victims who are injured mortally, except for a single, gut-wrenching open casket funeral months later.  CNN claims to have interviews of “survivors”, but none of them were there. Again, to date, there are no images of injured victims of this event. No one in the hospital, no one in surgery, no one in recovery, no one photographed being wheeled out of the nightclub that night. The only videos of supposed victims, show healthy people with no injuries.

The following interviews were published 48-36 hours after the shooting. These victims were supposed to have been shot twice, were taken to the hospital, were treated/underwent surgery, slept, ate, showered,and were on camera –all within 48-36 hours. The final video shows a woman also supposedly shot twice in the legs, but with no visible injuries, bandages, or IVs. She’s level headed and not appearing to be on any pain medicine. Oddly she states she had the capacity to pen a complex poem about the event, yet with words she stumbles over pronouncing while reading. Again, this is all supposed to have happened within roughly 48-36 hours.

The man next to her does have a bandage where an IV would be. There is no IV. It is gauze, but there is no tape on the gauze holding it to his arm, which is standard. That is not how blood is dealt with in hospitals. Gauze with tape is used to cover the tiny hole from the IV, or after the blood is drawn,  there would be a pinprick of blood on the inside of the gauze, held to the arm to stop the bleeding and it would be taped to his arm, with no blood whatsoever on the outside of the bandage.

There are no visible injuries on any of these people, they are not in any detectable pain, and appear to be clear headed on no medication, with clear eyes and quick responses.

  • This footage released during the event, actually captures club-goers carrying out supposedly injured people, who they drop the second they are past the cameras.
  • The camera zooms in to frame a couple ahead of the “injured” man in red shoes, out of the range of the cameras, and we see them walking fine once they think they are not being filmed.
  • CNN reports this supposed direct eye-witness on the scene, in the moments after the massacre as they are carrying out supposed victims, who was directly involved, saying in the video below, there was “blood everywhere” in addition to other specific details. The CNN footage of him contradicts the statements the eye witness is making.

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“…when I hit the ground, I was crawling, I hit my elbows and my knees, when I got across the street, there was blood everywhere, I was helping somebody because he was laying down, and I wasn’t sure if he was dead or alive, I said, ‘hey are you alive’, ‘hey are you ok’, I took my bandana off and tied it in a knot, and I shoved it in this hole, in the bullet hole that was in his back, because it didn’t go through, it stayed in, after everyone was out, the shootings were still going, the cops were yelling go, go, clear the area…”

What blood? There is no blood.

Not on his hands that he used to shove a bandana into a bullet hole in a person’s back, not on him, not on anyone. This still, pictured below is supposedly from the scene, during the aftermath of the attack itself, from the video above.

His elbows, which he says he hit and crawled on -in a dirty nightclub being destroyed by explosive gunfire-, are clean, smooth, and unscathed, just like the rest of him. No one is crying, no one is screaming, no one has pained facial expressions, no one seems traumatized. When speaking, the eye witness is relaxed and his face is unstressed. He simply tells his story -which the video does not support.

Again, there is no blood. There are no injured. The stretchers are empty. These are the only scenes of “victims”.

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  • NBC has the same supposed eye witness, wearing the same outfit, listed on the website as June 12, 2016, in broad daylight. This must be a mistake on NBC’s part, and this interview must be the morning after, June 13, 2019, right?
  • Unless it was filmed before the event itself, and the person labeling the videos didn’t pay attention. This supposed victim is clean and unscathed in this video as he was in the video which was supposedly shot during the event.
  • If not, that would indicate he never left the scene, and stayed there all night into the next day, which would be June 13, not June 12 as this video is labeled on NBCs main site. Which means he did not go home, shower, change back into a clean and identical set of clothing. This means, this is what he was wearing during the event, which is what he was wearing in the above video, where he claims there was blood everywhere and he used his hands and a bandana to stuff up a bullet hole in someone’s back. And as we can see, he is squeaky clean.

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“…the person next to me was shot, the blood spattered…”

  • He makes a hand gesture when saying this phrase, pantomiming the blood “splattering” across his own face from the side as he tells the story again (or for the first time). This is the second instance this specific eye witness, filmed carrying supposed victims from the scene -at the time-, describes “tons of blood” –without there being any blood, not on him, not on his hat, not on his face, not on his clothes, not on his hands.
  • He ends by answering a question about the bandana -and helping a victim with it, and he replies that yes, he rendered aid to them and refers to their pant leg as being “drenched in blood”.

Reporter: You took off your bandana and rendered aid?

Witness: “yes…”

Reporter: Had you ever seen so much blood?

Witness: “No, [shakes his head] his whole pant leg was drenched in blood”

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This is the red shoes man from the first CNN video, who was also dropped once they were past the cameras, wearing the bandana around his leg which is blood-soaked.

But these are two different stories. In the original story, the witness states clearly:

I took my bandana off and tied it in a knot, and I shoved it in this hole, in the bullet hole that was in his back, because it didn’t go through, it stayed in

And the next day that story becomes:

Reporter: You took off your bandana and rendered aid?

Witness: “yes…”

Reporter: Had you ever seen so much blood?

Witness: “No, [shakes his head] his whole pant leg was drenched in blood”

B. Suspicious Evidence

What does any of this prove?

It allows someone to be able to ask, how would anyone know the FBI didn’t complete their recruitment, and the Pulse shooting was his recruitment, or part of the process? How would we know this wasn’t a legitimate mission, gone wrong? How do we know this wasn’t his official cover, so he could “die” and then go undercover fighting ISIS in Afghanistan? How do we know his father was not involved? How do we know this wasn’t exactly what it was, but was orchestrated by evil doers in our own house?

How would anyone know this wasn’t a black op to achieve some other goal or goals? With all of this additional information, is it reasonable to concede that there are reasonable people with reasonable arguments questioning the official stories given?

Paul Craig Roberts, Reagan’s Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Economic Policy, and later, consultant to the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Commerce, as a well as a noted author, academician, and chairman of The Institute for Political Economy, says:

It will be difficult, perhaps even impossible, to get any truth out of the Orlando shooting. Too many vocal and well organized interest groups have a strong stake in the government’s explanation. It comes to the aid of the anti-Muslim lobby and the Trump campaign which want Muslims kept out of the US and those here arrested and deported. It comes to the aid of the gun control lobby. It comes to the aid of the progressive-left that wants to normalize homosexual and transgendered people, thus the outpouring of sympathy for those shot in the homosexual night club. It comes to the aid of the spy industry and the police state that want no check on their activities. It comes to the aid of Washington’s murderous foreign policy—so what if we blow up Muslim children—look what they do to us when they grow up, which is what the Israelis say about the Palestinians. It comes to the aid of the neoconservatives and the military-security complex for whom wars against Muslims advance their agenda and fatten their pocketbook.

All of these interests are far more powerful than the right of peons to know the truth.

In contrast to Roberts, many people feel this aligns more closely with the desires of the faction of the Deep State, which has broken off and is embedded inside the liberal party with key conservative allies. What we see, is not any anger towards Muslims, but in fact the opposite, as people rush in to prevent discrimination in the face of these events. We’ve seen in recent years there is much money, power, and media time given to the victim class-which can be turned into anyone with the right spin- and at present the, ‘if it bleeds it leads’ adage still seems to be what’s most true.

Part 4: Christchurch


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