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Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Things are not as they seem

In the midst of wartime, governments often engage in what is known in counterintelligence as false fronts and false flag operations that utilize agent provocateurs.

The British were particularly adept at such espionage in the early days of WW II prior to U.S. involvement. Under Churchill and the British army, false information was funneled to the German Nazis. This practice was quite effective given that the Nazis believed it was their own intelligence that discovered the information.

Churchill was able to foil Hitler on many occasions by implementing this technique.

But the thing to remember is that governments often engage in such schemes outside of wartime.
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