Another terrorist attack occurred in London the other day and all of the same patterns repeat. The media says the attacker was connected with ISIS. Right-wingers say we have to stop Islamic immigration. Leftists say Muslims dindu nuffin. Conspiracy theorists claim it was a false flag, or that it was a hoax and nobody died. I’ve seen the same pattern so many times. Nothing ever changes.
Usually when you get down to the details of events like these, they turn out to be false flags of some sort, and even if they were “organic” terrorist attacks, they were still set into place by the same globalist forces that manufacture false flags, as the Islamic terrorists were allowed into Europe by them. Yet in the end, it does nothing to change the situation when conspiracy researchers tear apart the official narrative. These things still keep happening. Why? What’s the point in this whole game?
Fear is certainly one obvious purpose for these terrorist attacks. Fear is used to control the masses. The latest attack in London might be used as an excuse to cancel Brexit, if the politicians try to claim they need the protection of EU to fight against terrorism. Yet the people who orchestrate these events must know that there will always some independent researchers who points out the falsities in the official story. I think the imperators of terror are well aware of it, and leave obvious clues on purpose. They weave a symphony with at least two different layers to it, one for those who buy the official story, and one for those who don’t. Terrorism, false flags, hoaxed events have become so banal that they evoke little fear in a great amount of people. So instead the imperators of terror distract those people with the conspiracy angle. Instead of actually doing something to topple the shadow elite, you’re chasing another white rabbit down the hole. It’s a bit like watching a detective TV-show.
I sometimes think these terrorist attacks are so frequent because the intelligence agencies have a Bureau of False Flags. They have a whole bunch of people employed with a huge budget so they gotta keep churning out those terrorist attacks, otherwise they’d be out of a job. It’s sort of like Hollywood; they haven’t had a unique idea for a movie in 15 years, but they have to keep making movies since the industry is already there. So perhaps the only way to stop terrorism is to go after the Deep State. Shouting at the media won’t help. Exposing the false flag on Youtube won’t help.
While I do not wish to dissuade anyone away from the pursuit of truth, but I’m really beginning to see it as a waste of time to delve too deeply into these terrorist attacks. The underlying facts remain the same whether or not you have a conspiratorial or a main stream view of things: there are plenty of Muslims in Europe (some in America as well) that commit violent crimes. I do think that when it comes to most terrorist attacks, Muslims are used as patsies, but people from Islamic countries have perpetrated various acts of violence, especially rape, in several European countries over the recent years. It’s a catch 22-situation; if you blame Muslims for terrorism, you are buying a lie, but if you say that Muslims haven’t done anything wrong, you’re buying another.
Whether you consider yourself right-wing, left-wing, conspiracy theorist or main stream, the facts still remain the same. The Deep State in the US and certain European countries (and perhaps one or two Middle-Easterns ones as well) have started all sorts of wars and troubles in the Middle-East, which has eventually lead to throngs of people coming to Europe and starting troubles here. Whether you’re a hard core right-wing nationalist who cares about the safety of your people most, or a left-winger who has compassion for those poor Muslims, your ultimate enemy is the Deep State, that has destabilized their homelands and forced them to go elsewhere. If you really care about helping Muslims, you’d stop fantasizing about the hetero-normative White patriarchy and recognize the Deep State as your enemy.
I do think that details, and the truth in general, matter, especially when it comes to suspected false flags, but you still shouldn’t lose track of the big picture. I think a lot of conspiracy minded people just go into autoplay when they see a possible false flag and start analysing the components, and in effect cease thinking about what it all means in the end. The same patterns repeat. Stop getting distracted by the heads of the hydra, go for the body.