Thursday, March 23, 2017

Is this Advance Knowledge of the UK Terror Attack?

Front page of the Daily Mail 22.3.17 
On 22nd March 2017  UK citizens became the latest unwitting participants, or rather targets, of a Gladio style false flag operation. It was not a hoax as some researchers are suggesting, but a planned event, with real victims and genuine witnesses.

The ordinary members of government and their staff, as well as the general public, and tourists, have already been primed for a terror attack. Even the Daily Mail newspaper chose an interesting front cover to ‘celebrate’ the life of Martin McGuinness (of IRA fame) in the morning.

Now all it took was timing, and of course, the sync date/numbers of… 3 22 17 … or 22 3 17, as we use in the UK.

Why am I backing a False Flag explanation, as opposed to a hoax? Simply put, I work within local government and I have subtle, speculative, circumstantial evidence. It may not convince some, but it proves to me and a few others, that, when it comes to instinct, nothing beats your first impressions.

Seven days before the Westminster false flag, I received my usual weekly newsletter. This newsletter “The Knowledge” is always full of local news, office updates, messages from the CEO, charity events, government spending, election results, and employment bulletins. Rarely Police notices on terrorism.

Yet, on Wednesday 15th 2017, in issue number 433, a two-page spread alerted staff to be vigilant’ (see photo). Me and my conspiratorial mind, how do you think I reacted? Well, immediately I thought how odd for the Police to issue such an out-of-context warning in our local newsletter, is something about to happen?

Who would target us here? We live and work out in the sticks of rural southern England.

Hold the front page… A fact I’ve overlooked, that we have a whole entire floor in the building dedicated to use by Westminster employees, straight out of London. Again, I thought it odd, but with the terror threat level so high in the UK maybe it’s warranted.

I put the newsletter away and forgot about it.

Yesterday afternoon, when my phone pinged with a SKY Breaking News alert, imagine my surprise… and disbelief. No way! I said to myself. Is there really a terrorist attack outside of Parliament? Wait a minute, wasn’t there something in the latest newsletter about a terror risk?

What a very strange and ominous co-incidence – and you know how I feel about coincidences…

Screen capture of the alert received last week

Wiki Definition – False Flag

False flag operations are covert operations conducted by governments, corporations, or other organizations, which are designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations appear as if they are being carried out by other entities. The name is derived from the military concept of flying false colours; that is, flying the flag of a country other than one's own. False flag operations are not limited to war and counter-insurgency operations, and have been used in peace-time; for example, during Italy's strategy of tension.

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