The Illuminati’s Strategy of Tension — Aug 16, 2018

Salih-Khater-1003616Westminster terror: Suspect ‘who plowed into cyclists’ is UK citizen of Sudanese origin

A MAN arrested for attempted murder after a car crashed outside the Houses of Parliament in a suspected terror attack is a British citizen of Sudanese origin called Salih Khater.
These terrorist operations smack of Intelligence Ops. What is the goal of the latest one? Stoke hate for immigrants? Hate for blacks? Stoke racial tension and war? Or is it just part of the “Strategy of Tension” described below. 
Reader-“This Antifa phenomenon seems to fit in more with the Strategy of Tension than with Gramscian Cultural Marxism. There is no doubt that Soros and his handlers are promoting both sides in their puppet show. They are having trouble finding anyone to play the role of their alt-right fantasy, so they get their media puppets to film the few who show up obsessively. “ — ( 

gladio.jpg The strategy of tension is a method of social control involving a series of covert attacks upon a population, intended to promote stress and fear amongst them. The purpose is, by inducing a mistrust of one another and of the world at large, to increase child-like dependence upon perceived authority figures (such as national governments). The English phrase originates from the Italian (strategia della tensione), which was first applied to Operation Gladio in Italy.
“When you were on the Right you were not supposed to attack the State or its representatives. You were supposed to attack civilians, women, children, innocent people from outside the political arena. For one simple reason: To force the Italian public to turn to the State turn to the regime and ask for greater security. This was precisely the role of the right in Italy. It placed itself at the service of the State which created a strategy aptly called the “Strategy of Tension” in so far as they had to get ordinary people to accept that at any moment over a period of 30 years, from 1960 to the mid eighties a State of emergency could be declared. So, people would willingly trade part of their freedom for the security of being able to walk the streets, go on trains or enter a bank. This is the political logic behind all the bombings. They remain unpunished because the state cannot condemn itself.”


The methods used are most obviously illegal and violent i.e. assassinationskidnappingparamilitary operations but also include propaganda, economic sanctions, support of civil unrest, fake grassroots movements, promotion of disruptive memes or technologies and the escalation of formerly peaceful protests by use of agents provocateurs. These are typically carried out under a false flag and combined with disinformation and use of enemy images to demonize uninvolved third party. If state agencies engage in staging or promoting acts of terrorism the term “state terrorism” is used, e.g. by former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt.[2]


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