Will BBC Report Next False Flag 20 Minutes Early Like Last Time!

COMMENT – The [B]ull$h!t [B]roadcasting [C]orporation will be at the forefront of any propaganda during the Olympics. Just one reason alone to throw your Tell-lie-Vision out of the window. I noticed a billboard the other day where they were boasting about 24 channels of Olympics… wow. If there is a false flag during the Olympics, I wonder if the BBC can remember not to report it 20 minutes early like last time… lol: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7SwOT29gbc on Weather Tricks. Now For Something Completely Different.
TAP – Oh clear!  Administrative error means a whole regiment of troops is required to be on patrol to pick up potato crisp packets during the Olympics.  That’s surely the best excuse throughout history for the placing of troops on the streets of the nation’s capital.  Let’s hope they take the chance to march on Downing Street and throw the whole rotten lot out of office, and splurge Whitehall and the City of all their bloated sycophants.

And while they’re at it, they could close down the BBC’s TV coverage of the pseudo alien events, being teed up for the public’s entertainment, according to BBC-propagated rumour.  If they broadcast it all 20 minutes early,  like last time (911), people might have a chance to get out of the way.  Mind you, how do you dodge a flying saucer?

If some of these started firing at some of the above, it would certainly liven up the show.  The choreographers have no doubt planned it all out in advance.  The skies are being cleared of clouds according to the weather forecast, so people can witness the display for whichever aerial events are scripted.  If you ever doubted weather was controlled, the Olympic sunshine should prove it to you. 

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7 Responses to “Will BBC Report Next False Flag 20 Minutes Early Like Last Time!”

  1. Spanner says:

    What I am thinking is as they now have an excuse for putting troops onto the streets, crime will obviously be lower, so this could be an excuse to put troops out on streets more often or permanently, as of course the general public will think that this is a good idea as crime rates were lower etc etc etc

  2. Anonymous says:

    Ha. Highly trained & qualified killers on guard maybe highly strung due to too much frontline work makes me feel so safe NOT


  3. Tapestry says:

    Will they be carrying weapons?

  4. Anonymous says:

    Is a set of RAPIER a big enough gun for you?


    PS goto watch:-

    Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the BOMB

    should make me feel safer !!!!!

  5. Paul says:

    Do you honestly think the timing of the return of Dr Who and the “Alien” conditioning plus the childrens Sarah Jane series was a coincidence?? Its popularity here in the UK along with many of its story lines, although entertaining, have done the rounds of many of the big conspiracy theories. Well thats my take on that BBC psy op anyway, though it has been entertaining hehe.

  6. Spanner says:

    It’s amazing really that if when the olympics were first announced the government had said that the streets would be full of Troops, then besides a possible legal issue ? there would be an outcry by the public. But now they have the perfect excuse, as the security firm hired has let them down at the last minute.

    How many times in the future for other events will this happen at, until it appears normal and people expect it because they feel safer because of a so called threat.

  7. Julia says:

    I am finding most people around me are pretty sick of the Olympics, there has been so much over hype.

    I read recently in a mainstream paper that the 911 disaster was the most popular viewing in the last 10 years. It has ratings! Watching thousands of people die on live TV is pulling in the viewers. Great for advertisers and viewing figures. Higher figures than the Olympic events themselves.
    There is a good Ben Elton book (fiction) on this theme, whereby the viewers determine whether or not someone is murdered. If everyone switches off their tele, the murder will not take place. If they don’t switch off, the murder will take place. It’s a bit like X Factor, but it’s murder. That’s what’s happening for real with the Olympics. Will we watch or will we not. Any disaster can only happen if we give it our energy. If there is no audience, there is no show. This is a really big test for humanity.

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