Daily Micro: Yesterday’s Visionaries in Today’s World ~ False Flags

Acknowledging False Flags

false  (fôls)

adj. fals·er, fals·est

1. Contrary to fact or truth: false tales of bravery.

2. Deliberately untrue: delivered false testimony under oath.

3. Arising from mistaken ideas: false hopes of writing a successful novel.

4. Intentionally deceptive: a suitcase with a false bottom; false promises.

5. Not keeping faith; treacherous: a false friend. See Synonyms at faithless.

6. Not genuine or real: false teeth; false documents.

7. Erected temporarily, as for support during construction.

8. Resembling but not accurately or properly designated as such: a false thaw in January; the false dawn peculiar to the tropics.

9. Music Of incorrect pitch.

10. Unwise; imprudent: Don’t make a false move or I’ll shoot.

11. Computer Science Indicating one of two possible values taken by a variable in Boolean logic or a binary device.

adv.

In a treacherous or faithless manner: play a person false.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/false

flag 1  (flhttp://img.tfd.com/hm/GIF/abreve.gifg)

n.

1. A piece of cloth, usually rectangular, of distinctive color and design, used as a symbol, standard, signal, or emblem.

2. National or other allegiance, as symbolized by a flag: ships of the same flag.

3. A ship carrying the flag of an admiral; a flagship.

4. A marking device, such as a gummed strip of paper, attached to an object to attract attention or ease identification; a tab.

5. The masthead of a newspaper.

6. Music A cross stroke that halves the value of a note to which it is added.

7. A distinctively shaped or marked tail, as of a dog or deer.

8. Computer Science A variable or memory location that stores true-or-false, yes-or-no information.

tr.v. flagged, flag·ging, flags

1. To mark with a flag or flags for identification or ornamentation: flag a parade route; flagging parts of a manuscript for later review.

2.

a. To signal with or as if with a flag.

b. To signal to stop: flag down a passing car.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/flag

I am False Flags

I am Julius Caesar and I stage riots and arson attacks before I cross the Rubicon to take the Roman Empire.

I am the Emperor Nero and I burn the Roman Republic to consolidate power.

I am the sinking of the USS Maine, the assassination of Franz Ferdinand, the Reichstag in flames, Pearl Harbor, the King David Hotel, the Gulf of Tonkin, Oklahoma City, 9-11, yellow uranium, 7/7 in London, Madrid, Mumbai and others and others.

I am policy and I am procedure and my plans unfold before you and raise up your hearts and you become proud and promise vengeance upn one another and I smile when you advance my cause.

~ Stephen J. Bergstrom

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