April 18, 2013
Data displayed by Google’s web search trend analytic tool, Google Trends, shows more and more people are actively conducting their own independent research as an alternative to unquestionably digesting everything reported by the mainstream dinosaur media.
Case in point, look at the search trend results for the term “false flag”:
Google Trends is a tool developed to allow users to see what others have been searching for using Google’s search engine.
According to Google, “Google Trends analyzes a portion of worldwide Google web searches from all Google domains to compute how many searches have been done for the terms you’ve entered, relative to the total number of searches done on Google over time.”
The media’s frenzied attempts to demonize Infowars.com, Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi and other alternative media outlets for quickly labeling the Boston Marathon bombings a “false flag” attack have certainly backfired as people are curious over the term now more than ever in the past 9 years.
Infowars reporter Dan Bidondi was on location at the Boston Marathon explosion press conferences minutes after the event and managed to get Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis to state they had “no specific intelligence” regarding a drill taking place prior to the event:
Contrast the commissioner’s statements with University of Mobile cross country track coach Alastair Stevenson’s testimony that there were announcements telling people there was a “training exercise” in progress prior to the explosions taking place.
In the video below, Anthony Gucciardi of StoryLeak.com was able to get an exclusive interview with coach Stevenson, who says, “There was absolutely a drill going on outside the athlete’s village before the race.”
For more information on false flag attacks, or government sponsored terror, read our article: “A Brief History of False Flag Attacks: Or Why Government Loves State Sponsored Terror,” also featured in the premier issue of Infowars Magazine.