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Does US Plan A Major False Flag Incident In Syria?

Friday, October 14, 2016 10:41
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False flags are a longstanding US tradition, dating at least from the mid-19th century. Notable ones included sinking the USS Maine in Havana harbor in January 1898. The Spanish-American War followed.

Southeast Asian war was launched after the fake August 1964 Gulf of Tonkin incident. The 9/11 false flag was the mother of them all, endless wars of aggression following, America raping and destroying one nation after another.

False flags in Boston, Sandy Hook, San Bernardino, Orlando and elsewhere blamed innocent patsies for state-sponsored terrorism.

Days earlier, Canadian journalist Christian Borys tweeted “(t)he US is painting their F/A-18s to match the paint schemes of Russian jets in #Syria…”

Was it for training purposes or something more sinister? Will a major false flag follow Hillary’s ascension to power or sooner? Will greater US war on Syria explode, risking direct confrontation with Russia?

Will US warplanes painted to appear Russian be used for simulated aerial combat ahead of the real thing coming?

Put nothing past neocon lunatics infesting Washington. Global war may explode under Hillary’s leadership next year. The possibility should terrify everyone.

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