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Gilad Atzmon reflects on the false flag paradigm shift

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Has the false flag paradigm shift already happened? Are there so many people immediately assuming that big terror events like Paris 11/13/15 and its apparent San Bernadino sequel are false flags that we’re failing to even entertain the possibility that there could be REAL “terrorists” out there…who are trying to tell us something?

That’s pretty much what Gilad Atzmon argues in his article “False Flag? Reflections on Speculation, Certainty, and Resistance,” to be published in a few days (I hope) in ANOTHER French False Flag? Bloody Tracks from Paris to San Bernardino.

I don’t quite buy it. But I’m willing to hear Gilad out. He’s one of the most original and provocative minds of our time, and whether or not you agree with him, you have to admit he’s thinking for himself, and not buying into anybody’s prefabricated orthodoxy.

One Thought to “Gilad Atzmon reflects on the false flag paradigm shift”

  1. Anonymous

    Kevin and Gilad,

    I listened to the recent Truth Jihad radio show featuring the two of you. I believe you are correct, Gilad, in saying that public atrocities should not be immediately labelled false flags, that we should be looking for the message behind them. But so many of the atrocities are false flags, and because they are carried out with such insane brutality, the "message" which is provided by the false flag planners — e.g., "this is for Iraq" or "this is for Syria" — has the effect of making the public unsympathetic to these causes. You are right, Gilad, the planners are clever — they get double duty out of their crime, making us hate both the people being targeted, and a legitimate cause!

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