An important part of a deep history is devoted to “false flag operations,” in which a State feigns an enemy attack in order to wage a war while claiming legitimate defense; that is, framing the country it wants to attack as the aggressor. Conventional history—written by the victors—readily imputes such operations to the defeated nations: we know that in 1931, when the Japanese army decided to invade Manchuria, they dynamited their own railway lines near the military base in Mukden, and then accused the Chinese of the sabotage. We also know that in 1939, when Hitler needed a pretext to invade Poland, he ordered German soldiers and prisoners dressed in Polish uniforms to launch an assault on the Gleiwitz outpost. And we suspect that just prior, in 1933, he had set fire to the palace of the Reichstag to construct a “Communist conspiracy” and thereby suspend civil liberties. The victorious nations, however, assiduously bury their own lies and war crimes, and it is the role of a deep history to exhume them.
==JFK-9/11: 50 Years of Deep State (Laurent Guyénot)
What makes us recognizably human, then, is not what is natural about us but what is unnatural: reason and its projections in language, culture, ritual, and technology; self-awareness, conscious memory, imagination, and the higher emotions; and, most important, values, ethics, morals, and the freedom from nature’s determinism that allows us to choose, whether for good or ill. Nothing else in nature possesses any of these attributes, despite the wishful thinking of those who believe they are teaching chimps to “talk,” or who consider a monkey digging up termites with a stick to be “using tools,” or who label baboon rump-submission a “social practice,” or who subjectively interpret the behavior of animals to indicate the presence of “self-awareness” or higher human emotions such as love, grief, regret, guilt, shame, or loyalty. For every dog that howls over the body of its dead master there is another that, if necessary, will happily eat his corpse.
==Plagues of the Mind: The New Epidemic of False Knowledge (Thornton, Bruce S.)
Not Theory … Admitted Fact
There are many documented false flag attacks, where a government carries out a terror attack … and then falsely blames its enemy for political purposes.
In the following 54 instances, officials in the government which carried out the attack (or seriously proposed an attack) admit to it, either orally or in writing: