Lets enjoy the little video first, with thanks to Freethinker for leaving the link!
Don’t know how I missed this?!
If anyone still doubts that false flags are the norm...
And, they are the norm. False flags are not the exception. The "exception" myth is promoted same as the "few bad apples" spin. When the reality is false flags are the norm and there are way more then a "few bad apples" There are bushels full of them.
As Patrick Clawson recounts some of the most infamous false flags, couldn't help but notice he left out 9/11. Wonder why? To close to Israel?
After his stroll down memory lane he suggest that a false flag is a possibility to get the war on with Iran.
Is this man a Psychopath? Definitely.
A blight on humanity? Well if we have ascertained he is an evil Psychopath, doesn’t the blight on humanity just ‘go without saying’?
So getting back to Iran and the role of Georgia in that attack
Kaspi, who hails from Georgia, left an interesting link
What comes next, especially if the Republicans can rig the elections with their voting machines.
October 18, 2012 US Probes South Caucasus’ Attitude to Iran
Eric Rubin, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasian Affairs, is touring Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia to promote democracy and cooperation and develop partnership on the issues of Syria and Iran.
The media in Azerbaijan reports that Rubin’s visit to Georgia focused on economic issues, civil freedoms and Nagorno-Karabakh.
The agenda for high-ranking Washington officials’ visits to the South Caucasus seldom varies, and this is not simply because Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia face largely similar problems, but also for ethical reasons. Washington wants to convince them that they are all equal partners. Therefore, if Rubin talked about Iran in Georgia, he did or will do the same in the other two South Caucasus states.
“During the meetings with the President and future Prime Minister of Georgia, we discussed the international community's efforts to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons,” Rubin told a press briefing at the US Embassy in Tbilisi as quoted by Azernews. “We are broadly cooperating over the Turkish-Syrian issue, and Georgia is called upon to play a peacekeeping role in the region.”
However, some Georgian experts believe that Rubin met with Mikheil Saakashvili and Bidzina Ivanishvili to probe Georgia’s attitude to Iran, where Washington will want Georgia to play a special role if the situation escalates.
Georgian politician Irina Sarishvili said before Rubin’s visit that many hospitals built in Georgia recently under a presidential program bear an alarming likeness to standard US military hospitals. Considering the speedy modernization and construction of airports for heavy transport planes and other infrastructure improvements, this could be more than straightforward concern for the Georgians.”
Considering the “speedy modernization” and “airports for heavy transport planes”... ...
Hospitals that appear as if Army med hospitals. Has Georgia been preparing for war? Or more appropriately has Georgia been prepared for war by certain NATO nations?
Recalling Georgia’s parliament moving from Tiblisi to Kutasai
And a very prescient comment from James from that post's comment section