UPDATE: False Flag is Starting 226

I warned that the security services will turn to false flag events to discredit the SNP. I said this in my talk to Edinburgh SNP Club on 6 March, and repeated it on this blog last week. Well, it is starting.


The reporting specifically blames nationalists. There is something delightfully old fashioned about MI5. Is spraying Q for Quisling not rather an obscure reference to today’s generation?

[UPDATE: I had not taken on board that the racist comments made allegedly by an unidentified SNP supporter to Faisal Islam of Sky News occurred in the same town on the same day. That indicates to me a coordinated security service plan was in progress, and gives some idea how they are operating, probably in a mobile team. That two such improbable and unusual “nationalist outrages” should occur the same day and the same place confounds belief.]

A sweeping SNP victory on May 7 is considered enough of a threat to the United Kingdom for the security services to use up some assets. Long term sleepers within the SNP will now be activated, so expect to find one or two such events traced to apparent bona fide SNP members.

More importantly, a major thrust will be agent provocateur activity. Security service agents within the SNP will be trying to initiate and to egg on (yes, that is a deliberate and relevant Jim Murphy reference, think about it) impressionable members to vandalism or violence. Be very, very wary of such people and do not be tempted.

There are, 100% for certain, MI5 agents online posing as “cybernats” who will be quoted in the media saying outlandishly unpleasant and threatening things. We will also see more incidents like the Murphy eggs or the complete set-up of the “mob” jostling Miliband in the St James Centre, which by chance I witnessed.

The ridiculous “violent nationalist” meme worked well for the unionists in the referendum campaign, and influenced some older voters who trust the BBC and corporate media. So they will play it again for all it is worth. The worry is of course that some manufactured incident will go wrong and somebody will get hurt. The still bigger worry is that, as the security services get increasingly desperate as polling day approaches, they will manufacture a false flag incident in which people deliberately get hurt.

The best defence against that is for ordinary people to be wise to how the real world works. Social media is key. Tweet, facebook, blog, instagram or whatever else you can do to spread this.

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226 thoughts on “UPDATE: False Flag is Starting

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  • Stuart

    No doubt this is an MI5 ‘False flag’ operation too….


    A LABOUR councillor last night spoke of his terror after a pro-independence supporter threatened to “cut his head off” on the campaign trail.

    Paul O’Kane was canvassing for leader Jim Murphy in the Auchenback estate in Barrhead, Renfrewshire, when he was heckled by a Yes voter.

    Paul said: “The man came to the front of his garden and started shouting at me because I had a suit and a rosette on.

    “He was saying ‘There’s the big Labour politician’, ‘Get away’, ‘Get out of here’. Then he picked up an electric saw, switched it on and shouted at me: ‘If you come over here, I am going to cut your f*****g head off.

    The group were preparing to leave the estate when the moron targeted them again.

    Paul said: “I’m used to vigorous political campaigning but that level of intimidation and threat is disturbing. It was as if he wanted to chase us out of town.

    “That is completely undemocratic. And to threaten someone’s life really is disturbing and quite upsetting.”

    The Record tried to speak to the Yes supporter yesterday but he was not at home.

    It is understood the man had an SNP poster in his window but it has since been removed.

    Police Scotland confirmed the matter is under investigation.

    # No doubt the reason he was ‘not at home’ is that he is an MI5 agent!

  • John Spencer-Davis

    11/04/2015 7:40 pm

    I did wonder about that. It’s certainly not something you hear every day down here in the south. I wondered if maybe it was a Scottish thing.



  • ------------·´`·.¸¸.¸¸.··.¸¸Node

    Those who mock the possibility of secret service involvement are naive or disingenuous.

  • RobG

    I now know how they will solve the unemployment problem in Britain: just employ everyone as Establishment trolls, to tell you that black is white and down is up.

    People really do need to understand what’s happened to western society, particularly over the last decade or so.

    Spin, lies, deceit, corruption, and the morality of a Turkish brothal-keeper.

    That’s the reality.

  • Neil McKenzie

    Our only hope is that half the Scottish Population is highly suspicious of Westminster and I speak to many on Twitter who are waiting for something like this to happen.

    I have never been so worried in my life for the future, not of the breaking-up of the Union, but if we don’t

  • Matt Quinn

    Some few years ago now I was accosted in the street, subjected to sectarian abuse ( I was called a Fenian B*******), and threatened that my business would be ‘blackballed’ in my local area… And that ‘blackballing’ HAS happened… I’ve done just TWO jobs inside my local council area in two years!

    My ‘crime’? – Signing the Business For Scotland pro-independence declaration and having the temerity to allow my company’s name to be published in their advert…

    And I’m not even an SNP supporter per se – simply pro-independence.

    Others elsewhere had their shops set alight, motability vehicles damaged; an elderly man was assaulted in Princess street and let’s not forget the pregnant woman assaulted…

    All while Eggy Jim whinged about his soiled laundry…

    You’ll find others who have spent years trying to discredit Salmond with false allegations in respect of a certain abuse scandal he had no power to act on… Deliberate and malicious lies.

    The ‘operation’ isn’t just beginning – for some it started years ago and never stopped. These latest ‘attacks’ are par for the course…

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)


    “Those who mock the possibility of secret service involvement are naive or disingenuous.”

    No one is doing so, Ganglion.

    What is being mocked (and not just by me, I’m happy to say – makes it more difficult for cunts like you to dismiss me as a troll)is Craig’s claim that this could only be the work of the secret services and no one else.

    Got it?

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)


    “I now know how they will solve the unemployment problem in Britain: just employ everyone as Establishment trolls, to tell you that black is white and down is up.”

    It ill becomes a parasite like you, who seems never to have had one, to talk about jobs.

    By the way, when are you coming back to the UK after your “rest” in Burgundy?

  • Republicofscotland

    What is being mocked (and not just by me, I’m happy to say – makes it more difficult for cunts like you to dismiss me as a troll)

    Could you please refrain from using such disgusting profanity,you’re beginning to sound like Fred.

    As for what you are,that’s was determined quite a while back.

  • Wullie B

    For those who doubt MI5 involvement watch Diomhair on youtube, governmnt files buried under secrecy pointed to them in previous upswellings of SNP members
    Quisling comes from WWII when a collaborator in Norway with the surname Quisling became a puppet leader for the Nazi regime

  • Murdo74

    MI5 and the British security services have a long history of false flags, agent provocateurs and infiltration of the SNP and nationalist groups. Just read the book “Britain’s Secret War, Tartan Terrorism and the Anglo American State” a lot of it is explained in there.
    Beware the gathering storm……

  • fred

    “Quisling comes from WWII when a collaborator in Norway with the surname Quisling became a puppet leader for the Nazi regime”

    And was used to describe Arthur Donaldson when he attempted to do the same.

  • Joe

    “We will also see more incidents like the Murphy eggs”

    Are you suggesting, or under the impression, that the egg throwing incident involving Murphy was a “false flag” op?

  • RobG

    @Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)
    11 Apr, 2015 – 9:56 pm

    The fact that you can only try to attempt continuous (and totally inaccurate) character assassination on me shows that you are a paid shill, and a totally pathetic one at that (there goes your pension, Habba).

    Any comment on the ‘Intelligence Authorization Act 2015′ which gives the security services unlimited access to the communications of every American, without needing permission from a judge?


    I wonder what the trolls will spin about this one? because until now it’s been kept just about totally out of the media.


    (and another little reminder that the vermin who enable it all will eventually be put up against a wall and shot)

  • Duncan McFarlane

    I just read the post on Ed Miliband which you link to from this one. I’m not a great fan of his, but i have to agree with some of the commenters asking why you called him a war criminal, when he opposed the Iraq war, and opposed air strikes on Syria?

  • Matt Quinn

    As, sadly, we’re joined in comments by the idiot-wind from Hollie Greig Hoax attempting to spread a particularly stupid lie with respect to Salmond, that particular piece of dishonesty is debunked here…


    And further explored here…


    And here…


    I’m afraid “The Firm” – a legal trade magazine no less – leaves itself wallowing in incompetence here (even thoughthe article is some years old now). ‘As any fule knowe’ – the administration of justice in Scotland is the fiefdom of the Lord Advocate, in which no Scottish Minister – not even the FM – can intervene…

  • Cynicus

    Anent Q: surely a tribute by grafitti-spooks to the eccentric boffin in the James Bond film -and a subliminal appeal for better technology.

  • Ian

    2 Political establishments get painted on, who could have done it?
    Suggestions that it was the work of a tagger is highly unlikely
    Look at the “Q” it is crap and no tagger (who see themselves as artists) would take credit for it
    It was an attempt at a political statement or the appearance thereof

  • Michael Harrold

    Craig, don’t you remember what it was like in Dundee in the late Seventies, when we were at University together? All this is entirely predictable behaviour from the SNP drones, who couldn’t get a damn thing right if they tried. The referendum took place last September and, thankfully, delivered a resounding NO vote – a slap in the face to the “It’s Scotland’s Oil!” brigade. The independence debate is over: it is time to leave the skinheads and Rob Roy MacGregor-wannabes behind and move forward in reinforcing our United Kingdom. Get the SNP Tartan Tories OUT!

  • Kenny

    I have always assumed that on the weekend before the election there will be an “assault” on Gordon Brown. And that, whil benign, it would actually provide much secret mirth to the NuLabour (Blairite) types among whom the idea sprang…

  • Calgacus

    Why would anybody from the SNP do such a thing when polling shows them to be on course for 50+ seats?

    I agree with Craig, dirty tricks from the “security” services

  • Resident Dissident

    Thank you Aim Here – however, I doubt you will stop the MI5 conspiracy stories running.

  • Habbabkuk (la vita è bella)


    “Any comment on the ‘Intelligence Authorization Act 2015′ which gives the security services unlimited access to the communications of every American, without needing permission from a judge?”

    None at all, except to point out that your summary description of the Act is inaccurate.


  • george paterson

    If you want recent evidence of how MI5, MI6 and the UK Government operate get a copy of Ian Cobain’s book (2012) “Cruel Britannia”. If you think some terrorist outfits are a threat, this book will make your eyes water. Perfidious Albion in a nutshell and they are at it again, even worse than September.

  • Abe Rene

    The use of word “Q” as a symbol suggests that the vandal’s part of a group who have used this word often in their speeches or discussions (I am not talking about the SNP). If the secret services have managed to gain information about the group, hopefully they will be prevented from doing further harm.

  • David Agnew

    Not even the darkest of the dark arts employed by the secret service, could distract from the stupidity of the tactical voting message of “Labour voter, vote Tory to block the SNP, because we know the SNP secretly want the Tories to win” or Labours latest gaffe “You can’t handle FFA” then evoke the memory of the late John Smith with a promise for “even more powers”. Its got to the stage that Scottish labour are contradicting themselves on an almost daily basis.

    Its all well and good if you have an intelligence agency to work for you, but at the end of the day their collective efforts are in vain, as the parties they are helping are complete and total arseholes.

  • John

    The conspiracy theorists here have to realise that the world isn’t some ordered entity, secretly controlled by illicit strings held by super-powerful organisations. It’s chaotically run by under qualified 40-50-somethings trying to make their next paycheque and holiday, with incompetence the main driver. MI5 aren’t out to get you. There isn’t a big conspiracy ‘against Scotland’.

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