how the few control the many
False Flags (or black flags) describes covert operations designed to deceive in 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. The name false flag has its origins in naval warfare, where the use of a flag other than the aggressor’s true battle flag as a ruse of war, before engaging the enemy, has long been accepted.
False Flags are most commonly used in war, politics and espionage, but can also be used in business & marketing (astroturfing) or advertising (greenwashing). This is a method of psychological control, which is used to manipulate a specific audience in order to gain an advantage in pursuit of power or financial gain.
This project creates awareness of the psychological warfare that is being used by large organisations towards the general public by showing examples
of false flag operations and the psychological tricks involved. Education will render the effect of this psychological manipulation such as this ineffective.