Take note of these words and who uttered them because IF a false flag does occur Jonathan Evans, the current head of MI5 is essentially laying the groundwork for it now.
“The preparations have gone well”, he said, referring to measures to deal with the potential terror threat at the Games but there is “no such thing a guaranteed security.”
Significantly in his speech in the City of London on Monday night, Evans specifically mentioned concerns about Iran and its allies.
“A return to state-sponsored terrorism by Iran or its associates, such as Hezbollah, cannot be ruled out as pressure on the Iranian leadership increases,” he warned.
In other words, IF a false flag does take place at the upcoming Olympics two potential suspects have already been named. Just as immediately after the Flight 11 hit World Trade Center 1 CIA Director George Tenet said “You know, this has bin Laden’s fingerprints all over it“, even though none were apparent at the time.
So now Iran and its allies are being set-up to take the blame should a terrorist outrage occur at the Olympics. It’s is also no coincidence that Ahmadinejad has been discouraged from attending the Games, even though he has expressed his desire to attend.
After all, Iran can’t be blamed for a terror attack at the Olympics if President Ahmadinejad is in attendance when it occurs.
Indeed, this seems to have been the case in the linked videos below.
So with mounting signals that a false flag is being prepared the message is clear: if a ‘terror atrocity’ does indeed take place at the Olympics it will be blamed on Iran and used to open the way for all out war. Trouble is with Russia and China increasingly lining up alongside Iran it will probably turn into World War III.
Olympics ‘will not be easy target’
UKPA – June 26, 2012
It is impossible to guarantee the security of the Olympic Games and an unexpected threat may be the most dangerous, the head of MI5 has said.
Jonathan Evans, director general of the Security Service, said there was no doubt that some terrorist groups had considered whether they could pull off an attack on Britain this summer.
He insisted the Games were not an easy target, but added that there was “no such thing as guaranteed security”.
Giving his first public speech in almost two years just one month before the Olympics begin, Mr Evans said the Games were “at the forefront of our minds”.
“The preparations have gone well but planning for the future is always planning for uncertainty,” he said.
“The Games present an attractive target for our enemies and they will be at the centre of the world’s attention in a month or so.
“No doubt some terrorist networks have thought about whether they could pull off an attack.
“But the Games are not an easy target and the fact that we have disrupted multiple terrorist plots here and abroad in recent years demonstrates that the UK as a whole is not an easy target for terrorism.”
Lone individuals sympathetic to al Qaida’s cause are believed to be one of the major concerns being considered by the security services and police in the run-up to the Games, it is understood.
All leave has been suspended at MI5 to ensure the service has its full complement of some 3,800 staff for the Olympics, double the number it had a decade ago after the September 11 terror attacks.
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