It has been TNN’s contention that the majority of events such the airport incident Friday are fake or synthetic hoaxes. Since hoax seems to get a pejorative reaction similar to “conspiracy theory” perhaps a better term is staged deception.
The reason staged deceptions are preferred, not involving real deaths or a limited number of deaths, is primarily because real victims or their survivors go off the rails and can’t be controlled. Real false flags get very messy, staged deceptions can be directed and manipulated.
Continue reading Why Are Staged Deceptions Used More than Pure False Flags?
To the vast majority of Americans, the Syrian crisis (as well as the state of affairs in Iraq, Libya, Yemen, etc.) is merely a distant blip on a cluttered radar screen. Competing with issues affecting an individual’s daily life like wages, taxes, and free trade, that small portion of the American population who hasn’t completely zoned out of the political and current-events sphere is increasingly overtaken with the necessities of survival. Those who are able to devote enough time to the Syrian crisis are confronted with an unprecedented onslaught of propaganda demonizing the Syrian government and the Syrian president as “killing his own people,” “brutal,” and “genocidal.” The Syrian people are also victims of the propaganda war as being obsessed with religion, divided, and opposed to their government.
Continue reading Only In The World Of American Media Is Syria A Civil War