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4 False Flags That Led To American Wars

"What's a false flag? A false flag is any operation that is made to seem like it was carried out by or the fault of someone else. Usually, these are terror attacks designed to draw popular support from the country that was attacked for a war or some kind of political gain.

A common example of a false flag is the Gleivitz Incident. The Incident was an SS-fabricated Polish attack on a German radio station. German soldiers, under orders from Reinhard Heydrich, donned Polish army uniforms, stormed a German radio station on the German-Polish border, and began broadcasting anti-German messages. Hitler used the false flag to justify the invasion of Poland, and WW2 was started.

Do you think the good-ol' USA is above such disgusting, underhanded tactics? Here are five reasons to think again..."

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Also the events leading to Mexican-American War.

Seems we never learn we are so eager to find a reason to hate then kill.

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Great point. I had Fort

Great point. I had Fort Sumter, as well, but hte article was running a bit long so I cut it short.

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I was also thinking of Sumpter.

My knowledge of the history of the incident left me unsure.

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