US Naval False Flags: A Brief History

10/29/201611 Comments

The official story: On October 15th the USS Mason picked up two targets believed to be cruise missiles, forcing it to deploy (undisclosed) "counter measures."

Notice the words "believed to be" in that last sentence? The Pentagon hopes you didn't, because, as it turns out, they're not so sure now. As USNI News reported last week, the Pentagon is "still unsure" if the Mason was attacked at all on the 15th. “We actually have not confirmed that happened and we’re going back and looking at all the information to see what might or might not have happened and that’s where we are,” said Pentagon spokesman, Navy Capt. Jeff Davis.

Does any of this sound familiar? It should . . .

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  1. erichard says:

    After a time period can non-members access this article? Or is it somewhere else online? I know people that should read it.

    • Corbett says:

      There is a link near the top of the page that says: “For free access to this editorial, please CLICK HERE.” You should click there for the free access version.

  2. HomeRemedySupply says:

    I am laughing at “Ebola is Illuminati” (the ‘Just for Fun’ link).

    Those 3 videos in ‘Just for Fun’ all demonstrate what we sometimes see with some of the wildly stretched ‘Truther’ videos.

    Ebola –
    Southpark –
    Black Dynamite Anaconda Malt –

  3. denright says:

    This is what you get when you vote for Hillary!

  4. VoiceOfArabi says:

    Excellent article James,

    Here is what is baffling..

    I understand why the USA is engaging in false flags, and even killing the innocent. It is the path to a single world government and making the elite even more powerful.. (not right, but logical)

    The question is why do others not learn from it.. for example. in the 1980, Iraq and the gulf engaged in a war with Iran on the orders of USA, as Iran went against the wishes of the Powerful Elite in USA.

    Saddam Hussein was the puppet for that false flag, hundred thousands Iraqi died, and after the dust settled, and years later, the USA Elite hanged Saddam Hussein, their puppet…

    Today, Same scenario is being replayed in Yemen… and I am sure end result will be new puppets in Saudi… Where does one apply for such a job?? (do these idiots don’t read history, or have advisers??)

  5. andrew.s says:

    Any thoughts on the real story behind the Barbary Wars?

    According to what I was taught at school, newly independent America was provoked into war by Muslim/Ottoman pirates who raided American ships and enslaved Americans, thus justifying the buildup of the US navy.

    You article leads me to question this official version. Can anyone provide insight, please?

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Thanks for the Scott Horton interview link. (Syria, Russia, elections, etc.)

    It really adds up for me that the real objective by the Elite is to create turmoil and strife in an endless loop.
    Scott points out that Israel has this win-win game plan for Syria.

    Stresses (physical and mental). Whether it be a nation or a people or an individual’s health, when the entity is suppressed by externally created, embroiling stresses; they become weakened and ineffective like a mass of quaking jello.

    The elite’s formula to being the richest…
    1. Gain more wealth than others
    2. Be sure everyone else is more poor via suppression
    (e.g. A poor man in a first world country would be rich in a third world country.)

  7. m.clare says:

    I’ll bite; sometimes balloons deflate. $hit happens. The planet warms, on the one hand…. nobody’s fault. On the other hand, buildings collapse and lone crazed gunmen assasinate presidents….

    When $hit happens, the media steps in with a calm, fatherly, confident and reassuring voice to explain what happened so we can stop spinning our wheels and get on with our lives. Were we to convince the brainwashed masses that the instincts of the media are neither paternal nor benevolent, revolution would quickly follow.

    Something happened. The balloon was sound, the seat was soft, the car was locked. Sons looks to fathers for answers. Occassionally, the right answer and, ironically, the most intelligent response is “I don’t know”. Questions must follow “I don’t know”. Was the sun shining on the balloon and/or heating up the car?

    You have drawn attention to the crossroads where magic, superstition, religion, philosophy, logic, reason and science meet…. and then apologized for not having done your homework. (You are a catalyst for epiphany.) Even if you know the answer, it is often better to guide your son by asking questions together. Allow him the satisfaction of imagining precisely the critical details and special sets of circumstances that lead to the collapse of buildings and balloons.

    Rather than receiving quick and placating answers from on high, perhaps our sons can instead be conditioned to continue questioning and thinking and challenging all assertions and assumptions including, especially, those of respected elders.

  8. scpat says:

    Here is a detailed and thorough podcast on the sinking of the USS Maine if you have a long car ride to kill. It covers events before, during, after.

    Interesting notes:
    -Theodore Roosevelt’s appointment to Assistant Secretary of the Navy which gave him the ability to influence certain events leading up to the sinking.
    -Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge’s lust for war
    -Involvement of the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) that seemed to be lurking around many sketchy naval events during that time and for decades afterword
    -Roosevelt’s actions in politics and as a boy that are indicative of psychopathy
    -The Roosevelt family tree’s connection to governmental power, and the strange tradition of Roosevelt family relatives holding the office of Assistant Secretary of the Navy

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