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“Crisis Actors” Being Hired For Georgia National Guard Training, February 5th-8th, 2024


Heads up folks….do we have a FF incoming?

You know what “FF” means, right?

False ⛳️.

It doesn’t mean an event didn’t happen or there wasn’t mass casualty, it just means it maybe didn’t happen the way you were told and/or wasn’t committed by WHO you were told.

Here’s more on what the term means from Left-Leaning ChatGPT:

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A “false flag” refers to a deceptive operation or action designed to mislead by disguising the true identity or intentions of the responsible party. Historically, the term originates from the naval practice where a ship would fly the flag of another country to deceive others before engaging in hostile actions. In modern usage, a false flag operation can be carried out in various contexts, not limited to military or naval engagements.

The key characteristics of a false flag operation are:

  1. Deception: The operation is intended to deceive observers or targets about the true origin or purpose of the action.
  2. Misattribution: The operation is designed to appear as though it is being carried out by a party other than the true perpetrator. This misdirection can be used to provoke reactions, justify actions, or manipulate public opinion.
  3. Manipulation: False flag operations are often used to manipulate perceptions or create a pretext for military, political, or other strategic responses.

It’s important to note that the term “false flag” is also often misused or overused in various contexts, especially in conspiracy theories, where any event or action is baselessly claimed to be a false flag without credible evidence. Genuine false flag operations are relatively rare and typically require substantial resources and coordination to execute effectively.

The Legacy Media would love for you to believe FF’s are just “Alex Jones” territory, but truth is they’re real.  Again from ChatGPT, here are some famous examples, confirmed in history:

  1. Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand (1914): This event, which sparked World War I, is not a false flag operation in the traditional sense, but it’s often included in discussions about events that led to major conflicts. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated by Gavrilo Princip, a Bosnian Serb nationalist. The assassination led Austria-Hungary to issue an ultimatum to Serbia, subsequently leading to the outbreak of World War I. The complex web of alliances and geopolitical tensions played a significant role in the escalation of this conflict.
  2. Gulf of Tonkin Incident (1964): This involved two separate confrontations between North Vietnam and the United States in the waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. The first incident was an undisputed clash between a U.S. destroyer and North Vietnamese forces. The second alleged attack on U.S. ships led to the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which significantly escalated U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Later evidence suggested that the second incident may not have occurred as initially reported, leading to claims that it was exaggerated or misrepresented to justify military action.
  3. The Reichstag Fire (1933): The Reichstag, the German parliament building, was set on fire in 1933. The Nazis blamed the fire on communists and used it as a pretext to suppress political opposition and consolidate power. There is ongoing debate about whether the Nazis themselves orchestrated the fire.
  4. The Gleiwitz Incident (1939): This was a staged attack by Nazi forces on the German radio station Sender Gleiwitz in Gleiwitz, Germany. It was part of Operation Himmler, designed to create the appearance of Polish aggression against Germany, justifying the German invasion of Poland and the start of World War II.
  5. The Mukden Incident (1931): This was a staged explosion by Japanese military personnel on the South Manchuria Railway in Mukden. The Japanese army used it as a pretext for an invasion of Manchuria, leading to the establishment of the puppet state Manchukuo.

Now back to our lead story….

Is a new FF being planned for Georgia between February 5-8th?

Here’s what has been posted:

And:

And:

And:

And:

But….is that real?

I asked Grok and it confirmed the post is indeed a real job post:

Ok, so the job post is real.

And as Grok points out, hiring actors (even “crisis actors”) can be for legitimate purposes, as in running training drills for the National Guard.

So it could be a big nothing burger — a real job posting for a totally above-board event.

It’s just that these types of job postings have accompanied many mass casualty evens in the past 50 years in America.

Also worth noting is that NONE of the Twitter posts listed above has a Community Note attached to it, which would indicate the information is false.

Even an AP Reporter has previously pushed the White House on “crisis actors” and “False Flags”….

Watch this stunning exchange:

Will something nasty happen in Georgia in February?

I hope not.

But if you live there, keep your head on a swivel….and it might be a good time to leave town for a vacation.



 

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