Last night I heard it on Finnish radio news that there was a shooting somewhere in Oregon. I thought this is suspicious, since usually false flags become international news instantly and real events are downplayed. This morning it said on the radio that Obama is calling for tighter gun laws because of the shooting, Yup, same old story.
It’s the same old pattern of Problem-Reaction-Solution. They have to make it international news in order to gain a proper reaction. Then they propose the same old solution. Last summer the Charleston church shooting became big international news, because it was part of the agenda.
I cannot be 100% sure that these events were false flags, but the establishment certainly behaved like they were. They were used to push the same agendas. Not sure if the Virginia reporter shooting became such big news internationally, but it was certainly a botched operation, so they’d have a reason not to advertise it too much.
The reason why it’s better to use manufactured events, instead of genuine ones, to push your political agendas is, I would say, that they can control the narrative. They know what the facts are, what happened, and there won’t be surprises that might undermine the agenda. With false flags, they know what happened before it actually happened, so they can write the script how it’s handled in the media beforehand.
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