20. Dec. 2001
History of American false flag operations
The leaders of smaller and less
industrialised nations are not madmen (whatever
the media claims). They also are
generally better informed than their citizens.
In a war an attacker does not need equal
forces compared to the enemy –attacker
needs a 5-fold local superiority,
or better. No one begins wars without very definite
objects and a quick victory in sight. If a war with more even military balance
someone has been mislead and walked into a trap (usually arranged by third
After the American war of Independence, 1776-1779, and an English
to that independence 1812-1814 no
single nation has planned an offensive war
against the USA. It is probable that a strong coalition of Anglo-French
nations planned to split the USA into two states through diplomatic recognition
the Confederate state possibly followed up by naval blockade embargoing the
At that time the British was the strongest naval power, and the French the
strongest. The events led, however, into the Civil War 1860-1865 and due
the Russian intervention 1863 into the Union's side those European plans
were quietly abandoned.
Mexican wars 1819, 1846-48
Long series of operations, commencing with the
annexion of Florida 1819 and followed by
an independence declaration of Texas
(from Mexico) 1836. Provocative troop movements near U.S. southern border
caused an incident which led to war (it
is said the US built a fortification 150 km
inside the Mexican border). The annexation of Texas (into USA) and the
conquest of California, New Mexico and nearby territories. Mexico had a weak
government at that time, because after Napoleon conquered the Spain 1809
their former colonies soon revolted. Mexico had been a colony of Spanish
kingdom but now they revolted and went into republic. There was a series of
revolts, not just one.
1898 The surprise explosion of the battleship Maine
at Havana, Cuba. 255 of the crew died. The Hearst press accused the Spanish,
claiming a remote-controlled mine under the battleship. The USA declared war
on Spain. The US conquered Philippines, Guam and Cuba. Now we know this
was an inside job, the explosion was inside the Maine and it was most probably
an accident, a coal explosion. Or some type of time bomb inside the battleship.
Anyway, the divers got the proof as the armour plates of the ship were blown
bending outwards, not inwards.
World War I
1914-1918 The U-boat torpedo hit ocean liner Lusitania near
the Britain and some 1200 people including 128 Americans on board lost their
lives. Now we know this was an inside
job, the major explosions were inside
the Lusitania as it was secretly transporting 6 million pounds of artillery
and rifle ammunition as well as other explosives on behalf of Morgan banking
corporation to help their clients, the Britain and the France. It was actually
against the US laws to transport war materials and passengers in the same
World War 2
1939-1945 The U-boat torpedo hit ocean liner Athenia near
the Britain with some 1100 passengers of which 311 were Americans. The
sea was calm and only 118 people on board lost their lives.The ship was sunk
because it behaved like a military transport, blackened out and zigzagging. This
time this incident wasn't enough, and the Germans also refused to get provoked
despite many American acts of war. Americans confiscated German merchant
ships, Americans started to support the British with various lend-lease items,
US volunteer pilots joined the RAF and some RAF pilots were trained in the US,
US gave the British 50 old but usable
WW1 destroyers and 20 modern torpedo
boats, tanks, light bombers, fighter aircraft like P-40s and so on...American
destroyers also escorted the convoys bound to Britain, and attacked German
U-boats even far away from those convoys. The US did not maintain a neutral
attitude towards the warring nations.
The US naval intelligence, chief of
Japan desk planned and suggested "8 insults",
which should bring Japan into war with the US. The president Roosevelt executed
this plan immediately and also added some other insults enraging the Japan.
The most serious one was a total blockade of Japanese oil imports, as agreed
between Americans, British and the Dutch. The FDR also declared an all-out
embargo against the Japan and forbid the use of Panama canal from them
(which made Venezuelan oil also less reachable).
The Flying Tigers volunteer air group fighting successfully the Japanese in
with some 90 fairly modern P-40Bs was another effective one and not in the list
of naval intelligence. Still today the latest history of this air group fails to
any air combat action prior to 7th December 1941. But at that time the Japanese
already had lost about 100 military aircraft, mostly bombers, to the Tigers.
Pearl Harbor these squadrons were the hardest-hitting ones in the US service.
An attack on Pearl Harbour followed some 6 months later. Having broken the
Japanese encryption codes the Americans knew what was going to happen,
when and where, but the president did not dispatch this information to Pearl
Harbor. Americans even gave their friends the British 3 Magic decrypting
machines which automatically opened encrypted Japanese military traffic.
But this same information was not available to the commanders of Hawaii.
The movement of the fleet was also
visible in the very effective radio direction
finding network. Japan had an alliance with Germany, and the Germans upheld
their promises by declaring the war against the USA right after the Japanese
Two scapegoats, the navy commander,
Admiral Husband Kimmel and the army
commander Lt. General Walter Short were found incompetent and reduced in
rank as they were allowed to retire. Short died 1949 and Kimmel 1958. Still
1995 the US Congress re-researched this decision and found it a valid one.
Then some archive information came into daylight and in 2000 The US Senate
passed a resolution where both were observed having served in Hawaii
"competently and professionally". 1941 they were denied all vital information,
and even on presidential orders mislead on purpose into believing that the
Japanese feet could be expected from the southwest. These commanders
still today have not been rehabilited by the Pentagon.
Korean War South Korean incursions (the Tiger regiment etc.) into North
Korea 1949 led to contrary claims and into war 1950-53. The cause of this
war propably was covert action involving leaders of Taiwan, South Korea
and the US military-industrial complex (John Foster Dulles as an organizer
of the hostilities has been mentioned). After the unpublished hostilities in
1949 also the communist powers were strongly backing the North Korea.
The Chiang Kai Sek was being abandoned, isolated and falling prey to the
powerful communist Chinese operations. The right-wing South Korean ruler
was expected to loose the soon-to-be-elections. American military-industrial
complex went into high gear again, and huge government orders were
The American-led UN forces had troubled
times early in the war, but after
enough forces arrived they advanced victoriously and penetrated again into
the North Korea. The strong
Chino-Russian intervention into the war once
again turned the tides [Chinese with
vast armies on ground, Soviets less
visibly but in large numbers in the air] and the UN forces almost lost the war.
Finally the front stabilised along the original 38th parallel armistice line.
result of this war was 3 million Korean and Chinese dead, and all Korean
cities in ruins, but Taiwan in strong American protection and South Korea
firmly in the hands of the right-wing president
Syngman Rhee. Some
55 000 Americans lost their lives.
Vietnam War "The
Tonkin incident" where American destroyer Maddox
was attacked twice by three North Vietnamese torpedo boats 1964 in the
Gulf of Tonkin never happened. What was happening were very aggressive
South Vietnamese raids against the North in the same general area. Huge
American presence wasn't decisive and President Nixon negotiated a
peace with honour 1973. This war was lost, when the North Vietnam finally
conquered the South Vietnam 1975.
The Grenadian leader favouring the left and having
invited Cubans to help building the infrastructure (extending airport big
enough for long range Soviet aircraft) was replaced at a moment when
he was negotiating in the UN, New York for a more open UN UFO policy
based on Grenada initiatives. The fake reason for the immediate invasion
was that American medical students (becoming doctors much cheaper
than in the US) studying in the Grenada were in danger due the Cuban
presence. The new leader supported by the US favoured more traditional
values and the right.
War on Drugs The
war was launched by Richard M Nixon sometime like
June 17,1971. The drug problem was found bad within the army in Viet Nam
around 1968 and action was required towards the end of the war. Nowadays
it is estimated that the military will never win the War on Drugs. The street
prices did not change in the USA despite the military action in foreign drug-
producing countries. Colombian experience (local military supported by the
US) is that peace is more important than war against drugs. The Colombians
have successfully negotiated some 1000s of guerrilla fighters back into the
society and out of jungle.
This "war" actually seems to be an excuse to make military invasions into
less developed countries, where covert "bad" drug lords on behalf of western
intelligence services are producing drugs into US and first world markets.
This operation produces huge income, generating black budget money for
those intelligence services managing the global drug operations.
The incident between American and Panamanian troops
led into invasion. The leader Noriega was changed and the earlier Carter
administration plan to hand the control
of the canal over to Panama was
cancelled. The strategic importance of the canal has surpassed any more
just thinking in the US global domination policy.
US-Israeli sponsored war between Iraq
and Iran 1980-1988
The US built a power base into the Middle East
area into Iran starting with
the CIA-organised coup 1953, where
Iranian prime minister Mossadeq was
replaced with the Shah of Iran Reza Pahlavi and he by his son
Reza Pahlavi. Iran was equipped with the best western
including the American F-14 fighters with Phoenix missiles and the British
Chieftain MBT:s. Unfortunately there was
1979 a coup of ayatollah Khomeini
replacing the Shah and founding an Islamite nation.
After this the US warmed up relations
with their good Iraqi friend Saddam
Hussein, and started to build a nation capable of challenging the Iranians.
The Iraq acquired large numbers of
effective weapons including factories
able to produce older versions of gas warfare agents (these would later
be called wmd:s which these models being the WW1-weapons of course
The war broke out and was fought in
exhaustion because third powers,
especially the Israel were carefully
monitoring the power balance and
supplying more weapons to the side which seemed to be loosing. "Too
bad they both cannot loose" is how the
Kissinger evaluated this situation.
Desert Storm, (First Gulf war, 1991),
Saddam Hussein asked for permission from the
US (via their ambassador
April Gillespie) and got an answer that the US does not care Arab quarrels.
That was a trap, and after Saddam occupied the Kuwait region George Bush
sr. mobilised a coalition of some 40 nations to "liberate the Kuwait" and to
smash the recently–built Iraqi military power base. This also involved a
media hoax, where the daughter of Kuwaiti US ambassador played nurse
in TV and "witnessed" Iraqi soldiers throwing babies out of incubators in
War on Terror
The war was launched by Bush administration October 2001.
The war was claimed to be the response on terrorism, especially the 9-11
incidents. Most of the people in the world today know, that these reasons
are false and that those events were based on MIH type (make it happen)
Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan
invasion 7.10.2001-) Without any
evidence, the former CIA-asset, a Saudi-Arabian Osama bin Laden was
claimed to be the mastermind behind the 9/11 strikes at the WTC and the
Pentagon. Such a complex operation, if
actually executed –which it was
not, in this case– would be much beyond the capabilities of anything in
Afghanistan. Only some top ten intelligence services in the world could
hope to be successful in such an operation involving forgery, infiltration,
living "underground" in a foreign non-Moslem country, coordination of
moves, illegal arms, hi-quality flight training, accurate aircraft navigation
in no-visibility conditions and so on. Perhaps even less, because the
friends of the US (at that time, still most of the world) would also have
been interested in stopping the attack.
Enduring Justice (Second Gulf war,
20.3.2003-), Iraq, later known
with less irony as Operation Iraqi Freedom
The claimed reason of the attack was that Iraq was a clear and present
danger to the US with wmd's available within less than an hour after the
decision to assemble them has been made. Since no wmd's were found,
and after the Iraqi also scrapped some 800 long range Scud style missiles
before the US coalition attack, the reason for the invasion was changed
into "bringing the democracy into Iraq".
Why the Pearl
Harbor took place:
Robert B. Stinnett: Day of Deceit: the
Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor, 2000
Mark Emerson Wiley: Pearl Harbour –mother of all conspiracies
Cordell Hull's Ultimatum to Japan
What the US
usually knew in advance (books):
Winterbotham: The Ultra secret, 1974
Bradley F. Smith: The Ultra-Magic Deals,
F.H.Hinsley: British Intelligence in the
WW2 (4 large volumes), 1988
create innocent-looking wars:
http://www.sweetliberty.org/issues/wars/ How wars are made
Especially these items: World War 1,
World War 2, Korean War, The Vietnam War
How to create
distant future wars:
The Best Enemy Money Can Buy
by Antony C.
Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution
by Antony C.
Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler
by Antony C.
The out-of-print book:
From Major Jordan's Diaries (Google this
How to dominate as
a global superpower:
Nafeez Ahmed: The War on Truth, 2005
Rogue State: A Guide to the World's Only Superpower
a new updated edition published November 2005
See chapter 17: A Concise History of US Global Interventions, 1945--present
Freeing the world to death: Essays on the American Empire by William Blum
published September 2004
See chapter 15: Overthrowing other people's governments, the Master List
James: THE HIDDEN HISTORY OF MONEY & NEW WORLD ORDER
USURY SECRETS: REVEALED! 2005 (Google it; it ought to be an 18.6 MB