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Western Global Airlines N545JN, a CIA-linked cargo plane lands in Africa, carrying 67 tons of fresh cash and a dead body.
2016 continued the trend of increasing false flag terror events, increasingly sloppily carried out. Donald Trump was elected as US President, defeating Hillary Clinton. It saw a record low in the faith of US citizens in the commercially-controlled media, and perhaps not coincidentally the launch of a "fake news" campaign to try to discredit websites which encourage readers to check the official narrative.

2016 saw an increase in attacks upon civilians in Europe and USA, ascribed to "Islamic terrorism". The run up to the US Presidential Election saw a large amount of emails from Hillary Clinton's private email server, which was understood to have contributed to the victory of Donald Trump. These emails led directly to the 'Pizzagate' citizens' investigation which alleged paedophilia in the US political establishment, and then to the introduction of the Fake news" meme, in a now infamous article published in the Washington Post, under the name of Craig Timberg.[1]

Rise of "Terrorism"

2016 has seen several incidents of "terrorism", particularly in Europe. These included attacks in airports in Brussels and Istanbul, the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting, the Nice truck event and the 2016 Munich shooting (the last two of which were filmed by Richard Gutjahr, who was present with his camera ready to roll at both events).

Saumur Deash Cell

Full article: Rated 3/5 2016 Saumur Deash Cell

In September 2016, an apparent terrorist hideout was discovered, complete with arabic language newspapers and ISIS flags. This was later claimed to be part of a terrorism exercise, an explanation accepted without question by the commercially-controlled media.[2] Operation Gladio/B remains a third rail topic for corporate media, although the UK Daily Express did publish two articles around the 15th anniversary of 9-11 which questioned the US government's official narrative.[3][4]

Brexit

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A referendum on exiting the EU threw the UK conservative party into turmoil after a narrow and apparently unanticipated win for the "Brexit" camp. This was in spite of the last minute murder of anti-Brexit MP, Jo Cox, by a "lone nut", which didn't significantly change the outcome. This has prompted concern the UK may be the first of several members of the European Union whose citizens declare that they want to leave.

2016 United States presidential election

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The 2016 United States presidential election inspired a lot of criticism of the process, and for many people came down to choosing the lesser evil between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The revelations came thick and fast in the run up to polling day, including Hillary Clinton's continuing Email debacle.

"Fake News"

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In November 2016, an article by Craig Timberg was uncritical in its echoing of allegations made by Propornot, an anonymous website which listed over 200 websites (including Wikispooks) that echoed Russian Propaganda, even if unwittingly so. This was widely criticised online, and inspired threats of legal action by some of the sites targeted, prompting the Washington Post to add a disclaimer to the bottom of the article that it could not "vouch for the validity of PropOrNot's finding".[1]

Western Global Airlines N545JN

Full article: Rated 5/5 Western Global Airlines N545JN

One of the more extraordinary stories of the year - almost completely ignored by Western corporate media - was the 13 February 2016 emergency landing of a large cargo aircraft (Western Global Airlines N545JN) at the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Blood stains on the side of the plane from a cargo door lead ground staff to discover 67 tonnes of mint condition South African banknotes and a dead body. After a few days of representations from the US embassy, the crew of 5 were released, together with the plane and its cargo. No charges were filed, and the commercially-controlled media did not report the incident in US or Europe.[5]

 

Events

Event
Al-Salam weapons deal
Iraq Inquiry
Saleh v. Bush
2017 Refugee False Flag
2016 Batley and Spen by-election
Western Global Airlines N545JN
Mass murder in Brussels
Mass murder in Brussels/Media manipulation
Panama Papers
Bilderberg/2016
2016 Orlando nightclub shooting
2016 Magnanville stabbing
Jo Cox/Murder
2016 EU Referendum
2016 Istanbul airport attack
Nice truck event
2016 Saumur Deash Cell
2016 United States presidential election
2016 Berlin attack
 

Groups that were Wound Up

GroupImageDateType
Public Interest LawyersPublic Interest Lawyers.png1999 - 2016Commercial
Law
Muslim Contact UnitGroup.png2002 - 2016Intelligence agency
 

A Website that Closed

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GawkerGawker.png2002 - 22 August 2016http://gawker.com
 

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