What is a “false flag operation”?

According to Wikipedia, “false flag describes covert operations that are designed to deceive in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by entities, groups, or nations other than those who actually planned and executed them.”

For example, a restaurant owner that burned down his own business for insurance money and framed a competitor would be guilty of a “false flag.”

Historically, Wikipedia further explains, “the term ‘false flag’ has its origins in naval warfare where the use of a flag other than the belligerent’s true battle flag before (but not while) engaging the enemy has long been accepted” as a permissible war tactic.

Operations carried out during peace-time by civilian organizations, as well as covert government agencies, “can also be called false flag operations if they seek to hide the real organization behind an operation.”

I’m not going to get into conspiracies about 9/11, the Sandy Hook shootings, or other alleged “false flags” people debate on the Internet. I simply want to make sure we’re on the same page: it is an undeniable fact that countries throughout history, including the United States, as well as a private groups, have used “false flag operations.”

Much like a squid shoots a cloud of dark ink at a threat to hide its escape, a false flag operation is like a magic trick: it misdirects the eye so the plotters have time to cover their tracks. As you probably know, on this site and on many other sites there has been ongoing investigation into elite, international sex trafficking and pedophilia rings. And as much as the evil elites wish the exposure would go away, the topic is not dying down.

If anything it picking up steam in the mainstream media awareness.

Earlier this year another pizza owner, in St. Louis, MO, was arrested on charges of pedophilia and child pornography.

A couple weeks ago, the FBI proudly announced that they had captured over 300 sex traffickers and rescued over 80 child sex slaves as part of Operation Cross Country X.

Then just over a week ago an anonymous user posted evidence linking an Austin, TX pizzeria to Comet Ping Pong in D.C.

And just today a colleague told me that he heard about “Pizzagate” on the radio Saturday.

And now, the most mainstream media voice in the country has broken the silence too.


By now you’ve probably also noticed that the danger of “fake news” is being pushed very aggressively by the MSM. That’s right, the idea that we must oppose “fake news” is being pushed by the same MSM that has spent almost two years lying about Trump, lying about the true costs of Obamacare, lying about the real impact of open-borders immigration, and lying about all conservative opposition as “racism” or whatever the slur of the week is.

Regardless what the White House says about Pizzagate, the fact that they said anything at all gives it more legitimacy and publicity than it had just a day before. Another irony is that the White House is trying to discredit the Pizzagate rumors as “fake news,” but it was a false flag that triggered them to address Pizzagate at all!

This Sunday, a man named Edgar Maddison Welch allegedly carried a rifle into the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria on Connecticut Avenue in Washington, D.C. He then allegedly fired a single round on the property. And he did all this, allegedly, to “self-investigate” the Pizzagate rumors.

The problems with this story are, however, so numerous and obvious that the most likely case is that it was a true false flag operation in order to distract and frighten “normal people” from the Pizzagate investigation.

Fourth, just as the White House’s denial of Pizzagate only gave it more notoriety, James Alefantis, owner of Comet Ping Pong pizza and poster of numerous disturbing pedo-esque photos on Instagram, has joined the fray by publicly denouncing Pizzagate on the Comet Facebook page. at 12:57 AM (EST).

Remember, the devil is in the details.

Tonight, we are deeply grateful to the local law enforcement officers who responded swiftly to our call. Thanks to their good work, I am confident that we will continue to operate safely and securely, as we have for the past decade.

Fair enough, sounds good.

Alefantis then begins his sermon.

[W]e should all condemn the efforts of certain people to spread malicious and utterly false accusations about Comet Ping Pong, a venerated DC institution. … What happened today demonstrates that promoting false and reckless conspiracy theories comes with consequences. I hope that those involved in fanning these flames will take a moment to contemplate what happened here today, and stop promoting these falsehoods right away.

In other words, he hopes that the curious investigators and truth seekers will learn what Welch’s false flag shooting was intended to teach them, and stop unearthing Pizzagate.

He then closes with an important line.

We look forward to resuming normal operations in the next few days.

Taking a few days off now that the entire nation is looking at Comet Ping Pong and “the Pizzagate stuff” sounds like the perfect way to restore confid–wait a minute, it’s the perfect way to get a cover story straight, do a thorough forensic cleaning of the shop, and remove or destroy incriminating clues.

Too bad for them, they didn’t remember to change their Facebook profile image when they posted this statement:


The artist is MC Wolfman, “a hairy guy who draws stuff raised on pizza and cartoons on the mean streets of Poughkeepsie, NY.”

In the past several days Comet Ping Pong and Alefantis have been deleting the notoriously creepy photos from their Instagram accounts, so you can be sure they will do the same with the physical restaurant. As a Washington insider who was accused of rape and murder by his neighbor in 2008, Alefantis probably knows a thing or two about dealing with and dodging the police.