Monday, April 15, 2013

There Are Already People Blaming the Boston Marathon Explosions on the Government

Posted By on Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 3:52 PM

It didn't take long at all once reports started coming in about the explosions at the Boston Marathon.

For the uninitiated, a false flag attack is one in whcih a country or organization carries out an attack under the guise of another country or organization — shuffling the blame off to another party, basically.

And since the shootings in Newtown, it seems to be the conspiracy theorists' phrase of the moment — any mass violent act is possibly, probably, more than likely associated with the government, who is making an effort to cover your eyes and ears, feeding you information that conforms to the truth they want you to believe. Don't believe the lame-stream media.

Whatever. The fact remains that there's a section of the Internet that is convinced that the government is behind the explosions at the Boston Marathon — or at the very least, they have a suspicion:



And of course, from Alex Jones, the guy behind Infowars:


But we can't be completely negative — that just leads to bad feelings. Thus, I present the best "false flag" tweet that I've seen all day:


(Also, in case you don't get "bell end", Urban Dictionary has you covered.)

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