History, Wars & Education
History is what we are told it is, once it passes out of living memory who can challenge its accuracy? Many people suggest that the history books are written by the victors in war, never by the losers, so any account would therefore have a natural bias. Here we are only interested in history as it relates to our subject matter, not as an academic subject, because of its very nature this subject is shrouded in mystery, secrecy and disinformation. One particular area we can concentrate on is wars and the so-called “false flag” events through history, used as a pretext to engage in wars, to further the agenda of the global elite. For many of these events we have documentary proof that proves that certain events were orchestrated to create pretexts for war, or removal of civil liberties. In thirty years time we may hear the truth about the events of 9/11 and 7/7.
The Hegelian Dialectic
Before we start on discussions of “false flag” events through history we need to understand the Hegelian Dialectic. The German philosopher Hegel (August 27, 1770 – November 14, 1831) suggested that events have three stages:
Thesis – the event
Antithesis – reaction to event
Synthesis – steps to resolve event
Governments and the global elite (powers that be – PTB) use the dialectic to achieve certain aims, which may or may not be what we believe them to be. Take for example the awful events of 9/11, the thesis here was the terror attacks on the twin towers and the pentagon, the antithesis was public outrage (rightly so) and identifying the culprits (Al Qaeda), the synthesis was the US government response to declare a “war on terror” invade Afghanistan and Iraq to fight the terrorists and to introduce the “patriot act” and create homeland security. What we question here is was the dialectic used as an excuse to create a situation the US government required? Was the terror attack a staged “false flag event” to create an excuse to invade Iraq to seize control of its oilfields and additionally remove the rights and liberties of US citizens? It certainly achieved those objectives; we will be looking at the events of 9/11 in detail later in this section.
The first “false flag” event generally quoted is Roman emperor Nero setting Rome on fire (not personally) – thesis, and blaming the Jews. This created the pretext for the populace to turn against the Jews and demand the emperor do something about them – the antithesis. Nero and the senate then had to act on behalf of the people to arrest all the Jews and feed them to the lions for entertainment – the synthesis. We will never know what truly happened, but more contemporary events do have supporting evidence.