Before the Notre Dame Cathedral fire, ten churches in France were either vandalized or set on fire over the past month, and that begs the question…
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There were 10 churches attacked in France over the past month or so.
Can we now make that eleven?
Well, put on your thinking cap.
‘Cause you’ll need it:
I guess that will do.
Now, If you are a corrupt, dirty government, and the people are not just angry, but they are actually taking to the streets, as evidenced by the Yellow Vests Protests in France, then you have some issues as a country that must be addressed in one way or another.
But corrupt governments never look after the interests of the people.
Honest governments do.
But since there is no country that uses the honesty of a gold or silver standard, such as the bi-metallic standard specifically required by the United States Constitution, then every single sovereign government on earth is quite literally corrupted, dirty, rotten and evil to the core.
So how does a government like the one mentioned above squash the anger of the masses, an anger that is turning into actual violence in the streets?
It’s simple: Create shock-n-awe and get the people to rally behind the nation.
This isn’t rocket science: You kill people, you blow-up things, you destroy things, or most likely you do a combination of all three.
“You” as in the corrupt, evil people running the governments.
As far as killing people and blowing-up things, I’m talking either literally, as in a false flag, or hoaxed, as in a false flag hoax.
It doesn’t really matter – the end result is the same.
In the case of France, if your country is going to hell in a hand basket, and the rubber bullets, water cannons and tear gas are not working against the people, then you can set things on fire, like, oh, say important things that have hundreds of years of vibrant history and are national symbols recognized ’round the world.
Things such as historic cathedrals?
If so, then voila!
You see, people first get wrapped-up in their emotions, and people act on those emotions.
That’s understandable – people get emotional.
Just think of when the United States government decided to overthrow the sovereign government of Venezuela and install a president of the Deep State/Globalists’ choosing who wan’t even on the ballot.
Emotions took over.
The “Giant North American Zombie”, who’s natural habitat is the Cheese Doodle isle in Wal Mart, zombies otherwise known as “sheeple”, and for people who like to ignore reality, they’re also known as the “masses”, were all quick to say, “look, those Venezuelans have taken to the streets to fight socialism and protest that evil Maduro!”.
Of course, we find out that the situation in Venezuela is nothing more than imperialist regime change, but by the time the sheeple understand that, they will likely have already been brainwashed into believing the lies, or they will just refuse to believe it.
I’m not sure if that is sad?
Or a shame?
Regardless, am I saying the Notre Dame Cathedral fire is a false flag?
I am not.
I’m not smart enough to know.
So I’m asking.
Quite frankly, we all have limited time in this world, and I am neither French, nor Catholic, so my time will not be spent diving into the subject at hand.
What I am saying, however, is to be skeptical of whatever the authorities are saying.
Because dishonest governments use their propaganda machines non-stop.
And we just defined which governments are dishonest.
We also just defined the false flag as a tool.
That governments just love to use.
On the unsuspecting masses.
– Half Dollar
About the Author
U.S. Army Iraq War Combat Veteran Paul “Half Dollar” Eberhart has an AS in Information Systems and Security from Western Technical College and a BA in Spanish from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Paul dived into gold & silver in 2009 as a natural progression from the prepper community. He is self-studied in the field of economics, an active amateur trader, and a Silver Bug at heart.