Terrorism in 2015: Following a False Flag Formula

Kevin, as usual, hits the nail on the proverbial head.

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In 2015, there were 385 terrorist incidents around the world according to Wikipedia. Of these, 94% were attributed to Muslim perpetrators or occurred in Muslim countries surrounding the world’s most resource-rich region. The geographic pattern behind these and previous attacks suggests that terrorism is more a function of the need to seize resources than it is about religious or political beliefs. The terrorist events of 2015 continue to fuel speculation that most terrorism is government-sponsored and focuses on achieving political objectives.

Most of the terrorist attacks in 2015 were attributed to groups located in the relatively small region of southwestern Eurasia that has been the focus of competition for resources among the world’s superpowers. The political will to drive seizure of those resources requires Western governments to generate a fear of terrorism in their own societies so that “responses” can happen without interference from the public. Maintaining the fear…

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9-11 Researcher, Truth Movement Activist, Supports State of Palestine movement, Universal Life Church Minister, Anthropologist (BA - American University, 1980; MA - University of Alaska, Fairbanks, 1988); Founder - Willing Hands Enterprises, Inc. a fresh-food redistribution non-profit helping those in need in the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire since 2004 (http://willinghands.org); Member - Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth.
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