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The pop-science says that war is part of our genetic makeup, but serious science says it is learned behavior, taught via massive propaganda engines of society.
Today, the liberal city of Boston, a city of about a million people, the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, is under complete police lock down.
People have been ordered to stay in their homes, not to go to work, not to send kids to school, and to stay off the streets, meanwhile, storm trooper looking groups go from house to house, forcing inhabitants outside, as heavily armed squads go through citizens homes to "secure" the home and the city by way of armed searches.
Two people are said to be responsible for this, a 19 year old male and a 26 year old male.
In the first post of this series I referred to the book "The Dogs of War", by author Frederick Forsyth, as a source for some interesting but peculiar quotes.
In the second post of this series I referred to the book "The Party Is Over", by author Mike Lofgren, as another source for some additional interesting but peculiar quotes.
Today, I want to look at some interesting but peculiar quotes from the website "InfoWars" in order to show that there is no consensus as to what is happening behind the scenes, and that such a lack of consensus is perpetuated by both "right" and "left" leaning citizens of America:
"False flag terrorism – attacks manufactured or provocateured by governments and then blamed on other groups – is a tactic that stretches back almost 2,000 years.(Why Government Should Be The First Suspect In Any Terror Attack). I can't tell if that website is correct or not, but in the interest of unifying citizens in the country, I do think all sides of the issue should be at least listened to.
Nero and the Great Fire of Rome ... The Spanish American War: Remember the Maine ... Wilson’s Pretext for War: The Sinking of the Lusitania ... Hitler’s Fascist Dictatorship: The Reichstag Fire ...
This is by no means an exhaustive length of cases involving false flag attacks steered or provocateured by governments ..."
One reason for quoting that site is that they do not blame any one nation, any one political party, or any one ideology, rather they point out that very crazy government actions are done by "all of the above."
I do disagree with that site about their belief that The Global Climate System (currently dangerously dysfunctional) has not been damaged by human civilization.