Florida False Flag

by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Originally, I had planned an article on another subject. But as this school shooting in Florida came along and as I watched developments it became apparent that this could wind up being one of the major false flags of the decade, depending on how much it ends up affecting our Second Amendment rights, which sadly, at this point, even Mr. Trump seems willing to compromise on. I hope the ease with which he is starting to cave in on this issue is not indicative of his trend for the future.

Today (Feb 21) I found an interesting article on https://constitution.com  which comments and asks questions about this situation (and some of the comments are worth passing along). I did not catch the author’s name but you should be able to pick up the article on their website. The author makes some penetrating observations about some of those anti-gun “students” from Florida we have all been treated to via the mainstream (fake news) media.

He notes: “There is a growing suspicion about some of the kids from the high school in Parkland, Florida, that was beset by a mass murder. Some are questioning the kids who have been all over TV advocating for the end of our Second Amendment rights. They are saying these kids are not mere high school students,  but are instead suspiciously well-trained activists.” Of course RINO Marco Rubio is putting his two cents worth in to condemn anyone who dares question the students’ integrity or sincerity.

According to a Tampa Bay Times reporter,  an aid to a Florida State Representative has said that: “…two of the kids who have been advocating for anti-gun policies are not regular students who were just caught up in the waves of history, but are ‘actors’ who were placed ahead of time to exploit a tragedy and push an agenda.” Rubio ended up attacking anyone who doubted what the students said. In other words–don’t you dare question what is going to be the “official version” of this event. Whatever questions you might have, keep them to yourself. Just sit down and shut up!

If you don’t follow this kind of thing, you may ask what is making people, who have now been exposed to these false flag events, begin to doubt these kids? According to the constitution.com article: “Well, in one case at least, some are now saying that Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student David Hogg, who has been appearing all over CNN, MSNBC, the Big three networks, and even foreign media, is a plant. There is a lot of proof that this kid has been an activist for some time. The folks at True Pundit, for instance, made a few accusations ‘But now we learn Hogg was hanging out at CNN headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia sometime before the school shooting. Before the shooting. Posing behind a news anchor desk.”  And True Pundit added some photos to beef up their contention. There were a couple photos in the article, one showing Hogg wearing his CNN t-shirt and another with him sitting behid  CNN news desk with some young lady, presumably some sort of news anchor.

Also, http://www.infowars.com observed in an article https://www.infowars.com/student-anti-gun-activist-featured-in-cbs-la-news-story-six-months-ago/  Hogg was noted s having been in a news story in August of 2017 in Redondo Beach, California. It seems the young Mr. Hogg does get around. The inforwars article observed other things, one of them how some students seem to be getting coached on how they should act in front of the media. One student said: “We’re not afraid of people trying to exploit us. We’ve practiced.  We know their slimy tactics. Thankfully, most networks we’ve worked with are interested in telling the right stories…” Now there is a loaded comment if ever their was one! A plug from a student for the mainstream media because they try to tell the “right stories.” Right for who? That’s a question some of us would enjoy seeing answered. Right for who? All the “news” that fits?

The more I look and listen to folks who know how to read between the lines and interpret this stuff, the more it looks to me like this whole Florida shooting event is more than a bit dicey.  If this ends up being another event designed to cut the Second Amendment off at the knees, even with the reluctant blessing of the president, it won’t surprise me in the least.

The comment from that kids who said “We’ve practiced” was revealing. Why have you practiced? Who has been coaching you? From your comment is sounds like there are a bunch of you, not just one. Almost sounds like you all were prepped ahead of time for all this. I realize, according to Mr. Rubio, I shouldn’t be in the least suspicious, but…..

Update–Another page you might want to check out regarding this is

https://constitution.com/george-soros-puppeteering-parkland-survivors-sheriff-says-yes/

1 thought on “Florida False Flag

  1. It’s not the guns it’s today’s kids and their culture. I graduated in 1981 and a half the guys (and a quite a few girls) had either a deer rifle or a shotgun in our cars/pickups . I always had a Marlin .444 in my pickup ( my sister kept her Ithaca .20 gauge in there also). The first day of ‘Deer Season’ was basically a holiday around here and everyone got into fistfights (including some of the girls) rather than pull a knife or gun. Hell, this was Catholic School,

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