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Why Are Staged Deceptions Used More Than Pure False Flags?

It has been The New Nationalist’s (TNN) contention that the majority of events such the airport incident Friday are fake or synthetic hoaxes. Since the term “hoax” seems to get a pejorative reaction similar to “conspiracy theory,” perhaps a better term to use is “staged deception.”

The reason staged deceptions are preferred — meaning 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, whereas staged deceptions can be directed and manipulated.

Plus, owning the victimhood franchise, or “victim stance,” is extremely effective and valuable both for four reasons: 1) beating back those who question the anomalies (the one-trick-pony, “you’re crazy” accusation); 2) maximizing charity frauds and government-fund loots; 3) demonizing target groups or peoples; and 4) forcing problem-reaction-solution control agendas. One of the latest is “control of the internet.”

The following video explains the advantages of staged victimization hoaxes as a criminal ploy.

The following 18-item staged-deception detection checklist offers more detail. There is very little variation between events. They follow a familiar pattern.

No. 1: A staged drill for a similar type of event happening at the same time and/or nearby place.

No. 2: Foreknowledge of event appears in social media.

No. 3: Eyewitnesses provide conflicting accounts of what happened, as was the routine at Ft. Lauderdale.

No. 4: Mainstream media quickly name and demonize the perpetrator (patsy).

No. 5: Patsy has no military training and yet can achieve mass casualties extremely fast and shoot accurately.

No. 6: Patsy gets killed, drugged or “suicided.”

No. 7: Shooter leaves behind a “manifesto” and/or ID. Of late, he is involved with “online jihadist forums.”

No. 8: Evidence gets conveniently destroyed or is sealed. Culprit is never interviewed, and falls into the star chamber justice system.

No. 9: No obvious motive for the mass attack on innocents

No. 10: Immediate calls for gun control, mental health measures or controls on the internet

No. 11: “Victims” appear to be staged (crisis actors).

No. 12: “Victims” get killed twice.

No. 13: Families of “victims” have elite or acting backgrounds.

No. 14: Families of “victims” receive millions in federal payoffs.

No. 15: Grainy, obscured or non-existent photos or videos (circa 1963 Dealey Plaza) of the alleged violence or bodies. Often cameras are used of a genre that never existed even in the past.

No. 16: Wounds do not correlate and match the weapons use (Hollywood effect). Victims suffering severe wounds are shown in public a short time, if not days, later.

No. 17: A pronouncement is made by a stooge that the scenes are too awful and graphic to show to the public. The victimization stance is employed to deflect clear examination of “death scenes,” autopsies, interviews by those other than the MSM and proof of real deaths. Full and clear CCTV footage is rarely provided. There is a surreal “black magic” art form applied to images the public is shown.

What footage that does appear hardly shows a thing, let alone mass casualties. Here is the latest example of that from the Ft. Lauderdale airport deception. There are five dead and nine wounded alleged. Where are they?

No. 18: Families of “victims” and other crisis actors show little to no emotion, and sometimes even snicker and laugh (crying without tears). Players are often melodramatic and synthetic looking.

An example of #18 is shown in the following video.

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