How to deduct a False Flag event
False Flag events have been part of politics for many years. Particularly prevalent in war time, or to justify escalating war.
Constitutional Lawyer and a historian Robert Barnes has created a guide to assess the likelihood of if an event is indeed a false flag event.
- Asks you to respond emotionally rather than intellectually.
- Strips the event of context, such as the contemporary factual setting, geopolitical reality, or historical awareness
- Demands a rush to judgment before a diligent, independent inquiry occurs
- Collectivizes judgment, by taking an individual event, and demands you blame an entire culture, religion, race, ancestry, community or country for it.
- The only explicable motive offered for the offending action is irrational evil or utterly stupid immorality, as it is against the rational interest of the offender to commit the act for the reasons alleged.
So, what is meant by the term ‘false flag’? Originally, the phrase was coined for the practice of pirate ships flying the colours of other nations to deceive merchant ships into thinking they were dealing with a friendly vessel. While the pirates would usually unfurl their true colours just before attacking, the wrong flag would sometimes continue to be flown throughout an attack, hence the term ‘attacking under a false flag’
In wartime it is used to blame your opponent for an egregious action or event to help you paint a picture that justifies your escalation or involvement of other Nation in the war.
the link below is some potential false flag events in history.
Potential False Flag events in previous major wars and skirmishes.
Sinking of the Lusitania