British MP Reveals NATO’s Secret Plan for Dirty Bomb False Flag Attack to Start WW III! (Video)

Written by Thomas Mitchell.

British Member of Parliament Andrew Bridgen recently sounded an alarm that has sent shockwaves through political circles. He revealed, based on top-tier parliamentary intelligence, that NATO is allegedly plotting a false flag attack on a European city using a nuclear “dirty bomb.” The intent, according to Bridgen, is to blame Russia and ignite World War III.

In an interview with GB News, Bridgen elaborated on the intelligence he received from British agents. They warned him of a scheme designed to drag the world deeper into the Ukraine conflict by framing Russia. The implication is clear: a staged attack by Russia on any NATO member would trigger Article 5, compelling the United States and all NATO allies to declare war on Russia. By orchestrating a false flag operation and blaming it on Russia, NATO could achieve the same catastrophic outcome.

Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization stipulates, “The Parties agree that an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America shall be considered an attack against them all.” This binding clause underscores the potential global consequences of such an act.

Stoltenberg’s Push for NATO Unity

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s outgoing secretary-general, has been vocal about the need for a united front against perceived Russian aggression. Despite Russian forces remaining largely within their own borders for decades, Stoltenberg argues that NATO must prepare for possible expansions of conflict. He has consistently urged NATO members to recommit to defending Europe, emphasizing the importance of Article 5.

In a recent interview with NPR, Stoltenberg highlighted the increasing dangers faced by the global community. He stated, “The most important task for any Secretary General [of] NATO is to ensure that North America and Europe stand together and are ready to protect each other.” Stoltenberg stressed that unity is more crucial than ever, given the volatile geopolitical landscape that includes ongoing wars in Europe and the Middle East, as well as global rivalries.

Stoltenberg’s decade-long tenure at NATO is coming to an end, with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, known for his affiliation with the World Economic Forum, set to take over. The transition marks a significant shift in leadership at a critical time.

Historical Precedents and Ongoing Controversies

The possibility of a false flag attack is not unprecedented. NATO has previously been implicated in such strategies during the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict. The most notable incident involved the Nord Stream pipeline attack in the Baltic Sea in 2002, described as the largest act of industrial terrorism to date.

Veteran journalist Seymour Hersh reported that the US was behind the Nord Stream pipeline explosion, driven by Washington’s dissatisfaction with Germany’s tepid support for Ukraine. Hersh’s sources allege that the US took drastic measures to ensure a more unified front against Russia.

In a conversation with Tucker Carlson, Russian President Vladimir Putin unequivocally stated that the United States had “for sure” orchestrated the Nord Stream attack. This revelation has fueled further speculation about the lengths to which Western powers might go to maintain their geopolitical stance.

Our Take

The implications of these allegations are deeply troubling. If NATO is indeed planning a false flag attack, it reflects a reckless disregard for international stability and human life. Such actions could plunge the world into a devastating war, with unimaginable consequences for all involved. The public must remain vigilant and demand transparency from their leaders to prevent such dangerous maneuvers from coming to fruition.

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