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TOPIC: Every war starts with a false flag event
Every war starts with a false flag event 09 Apr 2019 19:20 #1
People do not go to war by themselves. There are personal conflicts, disputes and trouble that can happen when people's lives and interests are being threatened, but war (organized crime, driven by "ideology" (=propaganda) or "religion" (=idem) of one group of Homo sapiens towards another group of Homo sapiens is not a natural, logical idea).
To prepare the masses for war, a heavy propaganda machine is needed, instigated riots and problems, all coming together in a controlled false flag event.
The examples of history are plenty, in this thread I will cover some lesser known ones.
Today, April 9th, is "commemoration day of the armed conflict" here in Colombia. 71 years ago, the "liberal" presidential candidate and ex-mayor of the capital, Bogotá, Eliécer Gaitán was "assassinated" (as in so many cases most likely a faked death, think Lincoln, JFK, Franz Ferdinand, Fortuyn, RFK, MLK, Palme, the list goes on...) and riots broke out, leading to the "Armed Conflict", which is a branch of the War For Drugs (and Oil and Ores) in Colombia.
The official story can be read at Wikipedia. The riots and turmoil were real, but instigated of course, like the so many other examples (Charlottesville as recent one).
Who was Eliécer Gaitán?
- he is celebrated as a national hero, who died "for his sins", the usual agitprop we see so much in history
- he was mayor of Bogotá at age 33
Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Ayala (January 23, 1903 – April 9, 1948) was a politician, a leader of a populist movement in Colombia, a former Education Minister (1940) and Labor Minister (1943–1944), mayor of Bogotá (1936) and one of the most charismatic leaders of the Liberal Party. He was assassinated during his second presidential campaign in 1948, setting off the Bogotazo and leading to a violent period of political unrest in Colombian history known as La Violencia (approx. 1948 to 1958).
La Violencia took place between the paramilitary forces of the Colombian Liberal Party and the Colombian Conservative Party, which organized as armed self-defense groups and as guerrilla military units. Both also fought against the paramilitary forces of the Colombian Communist Party (PCC).
The conflict caused millions of people to abandon their homes and property. Media and news services failed to cover events accurately for fear of revenge attacks. The lack of public order and civil authority prevented victims from laying charges against perpetrators. Documented evidence from these years is rare and fragmented.
It is noteworthy that Colombia is the only country in South America that never suffered a socialist government. Where all the neighbors now (Venezuela, Ecuador) and in the past (Allende, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Peru) have, Colombia is the exception.
That however doesn't mean there was no insurgence groups with a marxist signature; the FARC is well-known, but the ELN is way worse. Thousands of people were kidnapped (real), murdered (real) and their properties stolen (real), all based on a false flag event (staged).
This pattern happens everywhere in history and we will see more examples of it, but first the Bogotazo, Gaitán and La Violencia.
The effect of La Violencia mainly was:
- stealing agricultural property from small land owners and creating huge haciendas in the hands of a wealthy few
- creating chaos and confusion and fear among the population
- increase weapons sales (mainly by Israeli weapons dealers) and form many smaller and bigger paramilitary groups fighting each other
- extortion of small businesses, mafia style with the owners paying "protection fees" to paramilitary groups, something still very much the case outside of the big cities and mainly along the coasts (Caribbean and Pacific)
- control over the vast mineral resources of Colombia; the country has lots of gold, nickel, silver and platina, as well as being number one in emerald production in the world, more recently also coltan mining in the inaccessible and sparsely populated far east of the country on the Guyana Shield
- control over oil production in many different areas of the country
- later also setting off the huge cocaine imperia of the Cali and Medellín (and other smaller) cartels, by foreign forces (infamous crook was Klaus Barbie, the self-admitted Butcher of Lyon, the nazi who fled to Bolivia and became a CIA asset, he helped kickstarting Pablo Escobars (at that time the richest man in the world) empire)
- getting foreign forces in; the CIA and other US American clandestine operations (many military training was done by US Americans)
- creating a huge statist military force and the associated praise for them among the middle class urban population (hence the programming of today, April 9th)
There's more, but these are the main ones, that are actually visible in all wars that got kickstarted by a false flag event ("Patriot" Acts and the likes).
During La Violencia, there was a short period of a military dictatorship, "banana republic" style, under Gustavo Rojas Pinilla (1953-57), typical fascist (in Bolivia this happened in the 1980s under leadership of Klaus Barbie again):
Gustavo Rojas Pinilla (12 March 1900 – 17 January 1975) was the 19th President of Colombia from June 1953 to May 1957. An Army General, he mounted a successful coup d'état against the incumbent President, Laureano Gómez Castro (1889—1965), imposing martial law and establishing a dictatorship-style government in Colombia.
In 1943, he was sent to the United States to acquire weapons and other machinery for the Colombian military. In 1944, he became assistant director of the School of War, and in 1945 the director of Civil Aeronautics. It was there where he presented his project for airports in Colombia under the name "Tracks of landing in Colombia," which served as a dissertation for his promotion to colonel of the Army, a plan which he would subsequently bring into being with the El Dorado Airport and other airports during his later presidency.
In 1946, now a colonel, Rojas was nominated as commander of the First Brigade in Tunja and in 1948 was named commander of the Third Brigade in Cali. There, he gained major recognition in the country for having managed to appease the rebellion that happened in this region as a consequence of the assassination of the popular leader Jorge Eliécer Gaitán on April 9, 1948, for which he was honoured by the incumbent Conservative President Mariano Ospina Pérez. On October 11, 1949, he was promoted to General and on October 19 assigned to the Central Command of the Army.
The typical Problem-Reaction-"Solution" strategy, played out everywhere and every time.
In 1936, he became an engineer of the technical department of the Colombian Army, ammunitions factory, on behalf of which he was sent on a special mission to
Fascists love fascists.
In 1951, he was nominated as a delegate for Colombia to the United Nations in Washington, and as such he inspected the Colombia Battalion, then attached to the American 21st Infantry Regiment in Korea. In 1952, he was ascended to General of the Army and appointed as Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces of Colombia by President Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez.
International fascists love international fascists.
Rojas enacted legislation that gave women equal rights to vote. He introduced the television and constructed several hospitals, universities and the National Astronomic Observatory. He was also a strong supporter of public works and infrastructure, promoting and conducting projects such as the Atlantic railway, the hydroelectric dam of Lebrija, and the oil refinery of Barrancabermeja.
Typical what fascism does, which is of course not a bad thing; improving the logistics of a country. But as always, the motives behind that are not primarily "for the people" (the propaganda version), but "for the oligarchs" (military; the Nazi Autobahn, same in Chile under Pinochet, industrialists; the "Atlantic railway"; Colombia has no train network, only on the coast and that is used for.... coal).
Back to Gaitán.
Born in Bogotá to parents who were rank-and-file members of the Liberal Party, Gaitán and his family had a tenuous hold in the """middle class""". His birth date is given variously as 1898 and 1903. Gaitán was born in a house in Las Cruces, a neighborhood situated in the center of Bogotá, Colombia. The house, now with a plaque commemorating Gaitán as a legendary caudillo [think Francisco Franco], were featured in a 1993 article of the newspaper El Tiempo.
Gaitán had a humble upbringing [the usual tear-jerking we read; if we have to believe the his-story books, all the prominent figures from history did not come from the oligarch Families, but from "humble" "middle class" (at that time virtually non-existent in Colombia)] and he was exposed to poverty growing up in a neighborhood in the center of Bogotá called Egipto. Though he lived under these circumstances, he was the son to parents with white-collar occupations [schizo-wiki writing]. His parents were Eliécer Gaitán and Manuela Ayala de Gaitán. His father was a history teacher, sold second-hand books, and was a journalist [ehhh, not really, see below].
Coronel Eliecer Gaitán Otálora
Coronel en la guerra de los mil días (a short war with Peru about the Amazon region in the south)
Against the wishes of his father, Gaitán enrolled in the National University in Bogotá (the biggest public university of the country). With a group of fellow students, he founded the University Center of Cultural Propaganda in May 1920.
If he indeed was born in 1903, he would have been 17...
As President of the University Center, Gaitán traveled throughout the city expressing the goals of the organization, focusing on social and proletariat apprehensions. Following the feminist rhetoric of his mother, Gaitán made speeches urging the uplift of the role of women in Colombian society.
Finally established by none other than his theoretical enemy, dicktator Rojas Pinilla...
It is said that Gaitán's main political asset was his profound and vibrant oratory, often classified as populist by contemporaries and by later analysts, which attracted hundreds of thousands of union members and low-income Colombians at the time. Writer Harry Bernstein considered that the promises that he made to the people were as important to his appeal as his impressive public speaking skills, promises that Bernstein felt made him almost a demagogue, and which led Bernstein to compare him with Juan Perón of Argentina.
That fascist importing thousands of Nazis through the ratlines (including Dolfy himself)...
In particular, he repeatedly divided the country into the oligarchy and the people
Well no, the country was divided into the oligarchy (which Gaitán belonged to) and the people (who fell for his propaganda campaign).
“Plan Gaitán” was a more comprehensive proposal for the creation of institutions dealing with specific issue areas. One of the major focus areas was the Colombian Central Bank. The plan strived to expand the Central Bank’s capabilities of regulating the financial market. This meant the bank needed more powerful mechanisms of controlling the private sector such as implementing a Directing council. The reforms also included the ability to grant credit, as well as act as a reserve. The plan also focused on creating the Colombian Corporation of Credit, Development, and Savings. This would be divided into three different sectors: The Institute of Credit, Institute of Development, and the Institute of Saving. The Institute of Credit was proposed to afford loans to industrial and agricultural firms. The Gaitanista program encompassed the populist ideals Gaitán advocated for during the final years of his life.
Typical propaganda speech of course, similar to that of the Nazis who did the same; Central Bank, State-controlled credits (for the industrialists, against the people, with the propaganda saying the opposite, as always) and other "regulations" (read: against the people, for the oligarchs) of the free market.
It is widely speculated that Gaitán would likely have been elected President had he not been """assassinated""" on April 9, 1948.[Pim Fortuyn style] This assassination occurred immediately prior to the armed insurrection or Bogotazo. Dr. Gaitán was then the leading opponent of the use of violence and had determined to pursue the strategy of electing a left-wing government, and he had repudiated the violent Communist revolutionary approach typical of the Cold War era. His assassination directly led to a period of great violence between conservatives and liberals and also facilitated the rise of the currently existing Communist guerrillas.] Over the next fifteen years as many as 200,000 people died due to the disorders that followed his assassination.
For those even slightly awake that is what happens; say one thing you don't wish to happen and it happens due to a false flag event (his "assassination")...
Dr. Gaitán's alleged murderer, Juan Roa Sierra, was killed by an enraged mob [getting rid of the subject] and his motivations were never known. Many different entities and individuals have been held responsible as the alleged plotters, including his different critics, but so far no definite information has come forward and a number of theories persist [predating JFK by 15 years...]. Among them, there are versions which, sometimes conflictingly, implicate the government of Mariano Ospina Pérez, sectors of the Liberal party, the USSR, the Colombian Communist Party, the CIA and others in the crime.
In the end it doesn't matter, what matters is the establishment of statist Kontroll and militarization, martial law and other degradations of the people's rights.
According to one version of this theory, Juan Roa Sierra acted under the orders of CIA agents John Mepples Spirito (alias Georgio Ricco) and Tomás Elliot, as part of an anti-leftist plan supposedly called Operation Pantomime. It is claimed that this would also have involved the complicity of the then Chief of Police, who would allegedly have ordered two police officers to abandon Juan Roa Sierra to be killed by the mob (a claim which conflicts with mainstream accounts of Roa Sierra's death). An eyewitness to the actual events, Guillermo Perez Sarmiento, Director of the United Press in Colombia [our (((Richard Gutjahr)))!, how convenient he was just there!], stated that upon his arrival Roa was already "between two policemen" and describes in detail the angry mob that kicked and "tore him to pieces" and does not suggest any police involvement.
Nathaniel Weyl, at the time already an avowed anti-communist, documents the assassination claims then made by Rafael Azula Barrera and the President of Colombia Mariano Ospina Pérez that Gaitán was assassinated as part of a Cold War conspiracy led by the USSR to increase Soviet influence in the Caribbean.
Which doesn't make sense; the communists were small in Colombia and would never have profited from this, the classic two parties, Liberals and Conservatives would have (and did).
Juan Roa Sierra
Roa Sierra was the youngest child of Rafael Roa and Encarnación Sierra and had 13 siblings. In his book El Crimen del Siglo ("The Crime of the Century") writer and playwright [TRIOMF; trolling in our faces] Miguel Torres reports that Juan Roa Sierra was born in the neighbourhood “Egipto” (Egypt) in Bogotá, very near the """humble""" residence where Jorge Eliécer Gaitán was born. His father was a stonemason
Roa Sierra had had various jobs, primarily like his father as a stonemason. At some point he met a German astrologer named Johan Umland Gert and became a regular client. It is reported that Gert initiated Roa Sierra in Rosicrucianism, a medieval cult that adheres to the belief of reincarnation. Roa Sierra eventually confided in Gert his plans to find treasures in Facatativá and Monserrate. Before the events, eight of Roa Sierra's siblings had died and another one had been committed to a mental institution. It is alleged that Roa Sierra's mental health had also deteriorated to the point that he was convinced he was a reincarnation of Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada [main conquistador of Colombia; like Pizarro for Peru and Cortés for Mexico] and of Francisco de Paula Santander [one of the liberators of the team of Simón Bolívar]. He would even style his hair to resemble those historical figures and stare at his own image in the mirror for hours.
The reference for this is the same as for the playwright, an article in the weekly journal Semana (=Week)...
Torres also argues in El Crimen del Siglo that evidence shows that Roa Sierra's family were supporters of Gaitán and that Roa Sierra himself very likely was a pro-Gaitán activist in the elections of 1946, which would have been the reason the police reportedly found in his house lots of campaign buttons with the face of the political leader. Roa Sierra's former lover, María de Jesús Forero, with whom he had a daughter, was reported by newspaper El Tiempo as saying that he used to listen to Gaitán's conferences on the radio.
.....right... so a fan of Gaitán murders Gaitán.... where have we seen that before? Right, 32 years later, with the faked "murder" of John Lennon by that Chapman....
[Nobel Prize winning novelist] Gabriel García Márquez reports in his 2002 autobiography Vivir para contarla ("Living to Tell The Tale") that Encarnación Roa first found out about the murder on the radio, and that when she was dyeing her best dress in black to mourn Gaitán she heard the news that her own son had been the perpetrator, an accusation she reportedly always refused to believe.
So, let's get this straight. You hear about a political murder on the radio, and immediately you start dyeing your dress in black to mourn that event??? and while you're doing that, you hear about your son who gets killed minutes after by a mob?
Who writes this shit?
Pretty (((nosy dude))), innit?
Gaitán on the 1000 pesos bill (phased out for coins now), which equals about 30 dollar cents...
Gaitán comes from a long-established family in Colombia, hailing from his ancestor, the first to settle from Extremadura, Spain, Juan Gaitán de Mendoza y Paredes
Who married the encomendera (Spanish colonizing land owner) Doña Juliana casó en Cuenca, Ecuador
, con don Juan Gaitán de Mendoza y Paredes, nacido en Plasencia, Extremadura.
La expresión "mi marido no trajo bienes al matrimonio más que su ropa de vestir"
Suuuuure... "My husband did not bring goods to our marriage except the clothes he was wearing".
Like Masons in the 16th century were poor bums who could marry wealthy land owners and bring nothing to the table. Only in Disney history...
She was married twice and the expression could refer to her other husband, though "it looks like" it referred to the old Masonic Bum Gaitán...
"parecía referirse a don Juan Gaitán de Mendoza y Paredes, pero ahora no se sabría a cuál de sus maridos aludía."
En 1615, llegó don Juan a Lima como una de las 60 personas que acompañaron a don Francisco de Borja y Aragón, Conde de Mayalde, quien había sido nombrado Virrey del Perú el 19 de julio de 1614.
En efecto, el Virrey obtuvo licencia para traer consigo un séquito de 60 validos y servidores, aparte de las 24 criadas que acompañaron a la Virreina, Ana de Borja y Pignatelli, V Princesa de Esquilache y Condesa de Simari.
So as with his great-great-great-great etc. grandson Eliécer Gaitán, the propaganda Disney version of history is that we have a poor bum from humble upbringings who can rise to become presidential candidate. Back in the 17th century we have a guy who was taken on board by a Count/Virrey (=governor of colonial lands) to settle in Lima and he "only had his clothes to bring into the marriage". Suuuure.
For those awake, De Borja was of course related to the infamous Pope :
Pope Alexander VI, born Rodrigo de Borja 1 January 1431 – 18 August 1503), was Pope from 11 August 1492 [when the jew Columbus already started his trip] until his death. He is one of the most controversial of the Renaissance popes, partly because he acknowledged fathering several children by his mistresses. Therefore his Italianized Valencian surname, Borgia, became a byword for libertinism and nepotism, which are traditionally considered as characterizing his pontificate.
Born in the territories of the Crown of Aragon [like the Virrey of Lima] in Spain, his bulls of 1493 confirmed or reconfirmed the rights of the Spanish crown in the New World following the finds of Christopher Columbus in 1492. On the other hand, he sided with France during the second Italian war and supported his son Cesare Borgia as a condottiero for the French King. The scope of his foreign policy was to gain the most advantageous terms for his family. (no doubt)
Two of Alexander's successors, Sixtus V and Urban VIII, described him as one of the most outstanding popes since Saint Peter.
The New World was settled by jews, Masons and Monarchs. Many times all in one person.
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Last Edit: 09 Apr 2019 20:30 by Gaia.
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