June 24, 2009
In January of this year the London Telegraph began featuring several graphics under the name operation blackjack. The images themselves are artistically inferior, depicting major ‘terrorist’ attacks both in Europe and the continental United States. But the artistry- or lack of it- is less interesting than the intent. In the vulgar display we witness a plethora of horrific events across the globe, igniting not only utter chaos and devastation but also a “Union of North America” (UNA), created to combat the calamities and consolidate an Anglo-American government with extraordinary authority over its people. One aspect of the gallery that is especially intriguing is the abundance of Illuminate-symbols with which the pictures have been spray painted: several references to a “New Dawn”; a policeman wearing a Nazi-style eagle on his hat accompanied by the new flag under which the “Union of North America” operates; the eye, the sun, a snake biting its own tale.
As to the identity of the ‘artist’ responsible for the macabre series, journalists at the UK Telegraph remain strangely silent (if they don’t hang up the phone in anger). Considering MI5 and MI6 are known for planting messages in the bloodstream of mass media, we may speculate that there is something to be won here.
For those unfamiliar with operation blackjack, here’s a short summary of the playbook: beginning on June 21, a van pulls up with the ominous ‘New Dawn Presentations’ painted on the side. At the same time the London police are put on high alert as they move to raid the homes of several ‘terror suspects’. On the early morning of the following day, it begins. Pandemonium. Nukes go of in every major city in the Northern hemisphere and a grim sequence of ‘attacks’ commences. All major cities fall victim to exploding mini-nukes, leaving once familiar and thriving communities in utter ruin. One graphic shows two men bent over their desk gasping at the sight of the events unfolding and proclaiming their readiness to moving into ‘phase 2’. In the following weeks Marshall Law is being implemented in both Britain and the United States, inevitably resulting in all-out tyranny. Finally, in the fifth episode of the curious mini-drama, the true perpetrators behind the attacks are exposed as the UNA-people themselves, false-flagging their way towards the endgame: global government.
At first glance the picture gallery seems to depict nothing but poorly illustrated mushroom clouds and other archetypal images of doom towering over familiar landmarks. As the months drew on, the story evolves as the emerging super state replaces the initial horror of the “attacks”. This also very meticulously follows the plausible storyline of problem-reaction-solution, where government creates the terror, the people demand action, and the state subsequently strips the last shreds of freedom from the people.
The recent operation blackjack hype is as intriguing as it is cunning: besides the obvious storyline, roughly following a 9/11-like scenario, mysterious messages are embedded within the picture show, instilling in the viewers a sense of being inside an action thriller- the lead character solving complex riddles as he races from phone booth to phone booth in an attempt to prevent anything apocalyptic from occurring. This sense of embarking on a grand quest combined with the need to figure out what on earth it all means is not altogether unexplainable or unfounded. It is true that major drills are currently being held- drills that could indeed be used to thicken the fog of war, deliberately confusing the participants to the point of paralysis- as they did on 9/11. Besides, the famous Lone Gunmen episode where a remote controlled plane attempts to crash into the World Trade Centre building created a very real precedent of announcements of false flag operations to come. But why are the gruesome images of the blackjack-series being accompanied by such specifics: dates, places and names?
If it is indeed a case of predictive programming we are dealing with, than its designers leave little for the imagination to chew on. Could it be, as some believe, a warning beforehand consistent with the tendency of the elite to throw out lengthening shadows on events to come? Assuming you are reading these words without chaos erupting outside, there must be some alter motive behind the picture gallery bringing your household predictive programming one step further into the bizarre. Could it be a classic example of the boy-who-cried-wolf principle, where impending doom is being announced so many times without follow-up, that a warning of the real event goes completely unnoticed? Sensitizing people to messages of apocalypse without it occurring, makes people understandably weary of making such predictions in the future. It also makes people ignore their instincts when an impending false flag is actually underway. Mixing in the very real threat of false flag attacks- even exposing the real terrorists as blackjack does- makes the operation especially cunning. False announcements contaminate the truthful messages planted alongside them. As a result the baby (false flag ops) is thrown away with the bathwater (the specifics)- and the book is closed until the next real event occurs.
It is therefore more than likely that operation blackjack is a psyop directed specifically at those who are already aware of the reality of false flag operations. Admitting that such operations do indeed exist, the operatives provide precise dates and places, inspiring their target audience to enter a forest of details like mice trapped in a maze. That’s why the operation is so elaborate in its details. The people who are being lured inside the maze find a fresh clue around every corner, directing them to the next clue and the next and so on, until he is so far in he can no longer discern the contours of the maze he is trapped in. The specifics therefore function as blinders for the truth seeker, obscuring the big picture and exhausting him in the process. We have to hand it to the architects of the game. By every so often planting easily decipherable hexadecimal codes into the maze, they keep the viewers guessing as they grasp at every clue that is laid in front of them. The same goes for the many references to the Illuminati woven not very subtly into the script.
In this sense operation blackjack may be described as an example of the new and improved version of predictive programming, as the target audience is not so much sensitized to real events underway, but rather to the anticipated event not coming to pass. In the end the viewers sit down underneath a tree, completely exhausted from their quest, and realise that the predicted date they focused on has long since past without anything occurring. As a result, they will think twice about following clues again lest they will embark on another such wild goose chase. And then, when a large part of the awoken has turned to other matters, the globalists can commence with their next false flag attack in full impunity.