Operation Northwoods: False Flag Attacks

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Question Everything or Answer to Anyone An infinitely important core belief and personal mantra of mine is to question everything. In this modern and highly technological age we find ourselves living in, we have a plethora of information coming at us from every angle imaginable. In order to make useful sense of all this information, we must be prepared to question the source and examine all evidence within reach. This is especially important when the information you’re being given could potentially compromise the livelihood of you and your loved ones. If we study our history, we can learn to recognize when treachery hangs in the balance. Without a desire to know truth, and to blindly acquiesce to the will of our overseers, we risk…show more content…
A false flag is a military operation designed by a government with the intention to deceive the general public. I was initially exposed to this harrowing subject some years ago while doing independent research into the Kennedy assassination. In my search for answers I stumbled across something called “Operation Northwoods.” Operation Northwoods was a military operation designed by heads of CIA that involved staging attacks in random cities across the United States and abroad. The attacks called for hijackings and bombings, the manufacturing of artificial documents that would serve to implicate the Cuban government, and a state of anathema against Cuba itself. The intended animosity and hunger for retribution against Cuba from the American public was to serve as the justification necessary for a declaration of war. The operation had the backing of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and was green-lit for execution, but fortunately, it was rejected by President Kennedy when the plans reached his desk inside the oval office. Although Operation Northwoods never fully came to fruition, it is extremely important to note that a plan so diabolical and nefarious was ever conceived in the first place The knowledge of Operation Northwoods has only recently came to light, and more information like it is coming out now with alarming…show more content…
Our government, the one we Americans put our trust in to protect our families and friends and to guide us to be the greatest nation we can be has been ripped from its foundation. It is no longer of the people, by the people, and for the people, it is closer to shove the people, deny the people, and war the people. War is an extremely lucrative and profitable venture for our government, and I have heard it argued successfully that it is the most profitable of all the government’s endeavors. President Eisenhower even said in his farewell address to the nation that “In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.” We put our faith and trust into our leaders to do the right thing, to act fairly and sensibly in its relations with other nations, and we expect them to treat those citizens and ours alike with the same fairness and sensibility. Yet their lust for wealth and power has driven them to abuse our trust as a means to malevolent ends. Who knows how many other false flags have occurred underneath our noses or how many
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