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Is this the organization that has contrived the terror attacks in Europe?

The Bureau of False Flags might have been found, although it seems more like a private corporation than a governmental bureau. In his interview with SGT Report Ole Dammegard mentioned a website he found: Crisis Solutions, or Crisis Cloud. This organization seems to be involved in staging crisis simulations.

 

Can it really be this obvious? “The clue is in the name”. The logo sort of looks like 666 and tentacles like Ole Dammegard pointed out.

 

The Company

The website of Crisis Solutions says they are “Europe’s leading crisis simulation company” and they’ve been doing this since 2000. Their managing director is Richard Whitby. According to his LinkedIn he’s been in that role since 2003. Whitby brag’s in his message on the website that:

“Crisis Solutions delivered the very first ‘Market-Wide Exercise’, involving more than 100 organisations and thousands of participants in a day-long simulated terror attack on London’s financial sector. We were also a key part of the UK Government’s preparations to provide resilience against cyber attacks during the London Olympics.”

Could this “simulated terror attack on London’s financial sector refer to the 7/7 attack in London in 2005?

One interesting point is that Crisis Solutions was started already in 2000, that was before 9/11. I guess they had the lobes for business or something since they predicted that terrorism and counter-terrorism will be big business in the years to follow.

 

What They Do

Here’s a bit more on what they do:

“Crisis Solutions specialises in getting organisations crisis ready: we set about this by running crisis simulation exercises and crisis workshops.”

“We plan and deploy crisis simulation exercises that feel REAL.”

They have also developed a “secure exercise web portal” called Crisis Cloud: “This includes simulated news videos, news stores [sic] that are updated as the exercise progresses, together with social media activity and interactive web pages where you can post internal and external statements.”

They make crisis exercises that are believable, and they have a computer program, Crisis Cloud, that I suppose mimicks real media and social media in reporting on the development of the situation. Now what I’m thinking is whether sometimes, or all times, this simulated media environment is actually connected to the real world? In other words, simulated terrorist attacks are reported in simulated media, but are shown to the public as if it was real. That is a possibility.

Another section “CRISIS CLOUD – YOUR SCENARIO, OUR REALISM” states the following:

“Crisis Cloud is tailored to your specific exercise requirements, but a typical example will include:

  • News stories based on the scenario. Stories are updated as the crisis exercise progresses
  • News videos to bring the immediacy of media scrutiny
  • Client pages for internal and external statements
  • A Twitter inspired social media page that is accessible to players and updated in real time”

They admit they make fake news based on their fake scenarios. They also have fake social media accounts doing this. The question then, once again is, do they pass off these fake stories to the general public as real news, or are they truly confined to the people involved with the simulation?

 

“Fighting” Terrorism

There’s a “Current Threats” section on the website. One of the pages is about terrorism. It says the following:

“Britain is currently on its second highest alert level of ‘severe’, as a terrorist attack is considered highly likely. This is hardly surprising given the recent devastating terrorist attacks on mainland Europe.

On 7th January 2015 two armed men forced their way into the Paris offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo where they killed 12 and injured 11 others.

Then on the 13th November 2015 Paris was subjected to a series of coordinated terrorist attacks with suicide bomb outside the Stade de France, several shootings, and a suicide bombing, at cafés and restaurants, and the mass shooting at a rock concert in the Bataclan theatre. 130 people were killed; 89 at the Bataclan theatre, and another 368 injured.

On the morning of 22 March 2016, three coordinated suicide bombings occurred in Belgium, killing 32 members of the public and three terrorists, and injuring more than 300.”

It appears as if it was written back in 2016, or possibly early 2017, since it mentions terror attacks in France and Belgium, but merely suggests at the possibility of such attacks in Britain. The people who wrote this must be Nostradamus, since they guessed correctly that there will be terror attacks in Britain. Or alternatively, I’m wondering if this is an indirect way of admitting/bragging that Crisis Solutions orchestrated these attacks/simulations/hoaxes, and the reference to Britain being on high security alert is an advert that they will strike there next?

There’s one section on the website saying how social media is an important part of crisis management: “Social media is the perfect platform to disseminate messages to as wide an audience as possible.”

They also says that “Social media, digital media, the new media, call it what you will, has the unique ability to break and make stories.” Clearly this company is interested in creating believable stories, i.e. and not so interested in helping security services strengthen themselves to prevent further crises.

 

What I think about it

There’s probably more interesting tidbits on the website to go into, but I want to discuss the implications of this website. Is it real, a red herring, or a hoax? At least I’m pretty sure it’s not just a hoax by a troll. The company seems real, the LinkedIn account of the manager seems real, and I found their webpage back in Wayback Machine going back to 2001. The website appears to have existed over 15 years.

Then again, when you look at the website it seems a bit too obvious that Crisis Solutions is all about managing false flags and crisis actors. This might be some sort of red herring to direct conspiracy researchers away from the truth. For all I know the website was made a month ago, and all of the alleged history of the company, including the Wayback Machine snapshots and LinkedIn profile have been faked. People who are capable to managing false flags and hoaxes across the world would surely be capable of faking the history of such a company.

But maybe it is real. If Crisis Solutions is behind manufactoring false flags, then maybe the globalist conspirators behind it don’t really care should a handful of conspiracy nuts know about it. After all, what can we do about it? That’s the heart of the question: what can we do with this information? Crisis Solutions exists, can we somehow prove it has orchestrated false flags in the past? Can we somehow force the police to investigate the company? Can we expose them somehow? I don’t know if there is anything we can do, but maybe someone else has a better idea.

 

Links:

Ole Dammegard with SGT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNntN-RbAfw

Crisis Solutions: http://www.crisis-solutions.com

Richard Whitby LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-whitby-185322b/?ppe=1

Crisis Solutions on Wayback Machine: https://web.archive.org/web/20170601000000*/http://www.crisis-solutions.com