The 1996 Film “Long Kiss Goodnight” Predicted 9/11 Attacks….As A False Flag Operation By America

On Sunday night, I kicked back, relaxed and watched Long Kiss Goodnight, a film I hadn’t seen for years. It’s a story of a female Jason Bourne type super agent called Charly Baltimore who after recovering from amnesia, rallies against her former CIA type agency employers.

Charly soon finds out that the said shady agency want to detonate a big bomb to kill thousands of their own people, blame it on Muslims and in the process get unlimited funds from congress to launch the war against terrorism.

Sound familiar?

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2 responses to “The 1996 Film “Long Kiss Goodnight” Predicted 9/11 Attacks….As A False Flag Operation By America

  1. Brother Akh is bang on the money with this.

    Scripts like this exposing the Illuminati, New World Order and many other ploys and agendas by the US government and its allies have been around us for at least the last 20 plus years going as far back as early Robert Ludlum Books to most recently V for Vendetta to name a few titles which the majority of our demographic are very familiar with.

    Keep them coming Akh

  2. scoob

    I am watching LKG right now, and immediately searched and found this thread. Wow – so close to what happened – “killing 4,000 people” and “blame it on the Muslims.”

    Also, check our Wag the Dog with Dustin Hoffman for how to manufacture consent for a war by claiming a third-world country “has the bomb” and wants to attack us because they “hate freedom” and our way of life!

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