Still no explanation of the origin or merit of newspaper’s vulgar photoshop gallery
Thursday, Feb 5th, 2009
The London Telegraph is continuing to run a crude propaganda piece in it’s arts and culture section that depicts nuclear attacks on major cities, the formation of a world government, and a police state crackdown on citizens complete with concentration camps and the implementation of martial law.
As we revealed in our original article , the first installment of the gallery entitled “Operation Blackjack” featured on a section of the Telegraph website dedicated to art, culture, film and music but seemingly held no artistic credence whatsoever, comprising merely of a series of crude pictures designed to instill fear into the viewer.
Part 2, which we covered in a second article , cannot even be considered to have a plot, it just shows a series of major cities being nuked and then amateurish photo-shopped images of Nazi-style symbols on flags and police uniforms.
Now a third installment  of the baffling piece depicts the fallout of nuclear attacks on London, New York City, Washington DC, Toronto, Mexico City, Portland, and Los Angeles.
This time the piece has been photoshopped in the style of a comic book, perhaps in a poor attempt to give it the impression that it has some artistic merit. The Telegraph received a great deal of complaints after our first two articles.
One of the first images shows a map marked “Teardrop – Eyes only” which features the flag of the newly formed “Union of North America” (UNA) – a new government composed of America, Canada, Mexico and Britain.
Some men in suits, presumably representatives of the “UNA” are looking at map and “the glasseye reports”, which constitute the scale of destruction wrought on the attacked cities. These men seem to be pleased with situation stating “this has exceeded our wildest expectations” and calling for “phase 2″.
Clearly from this we are supposed to deduce that these men, representatives of the new world government, are somehow involved in the events that have taken place, despite the fact that we were told religious extremist terrorists were the culprits.
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The next set of images depict an announcement by the UNA to citizens everywhere that the union has begun carrying out military attacks on China, Syria and Iran, who are now apparently somehow also to blame for the earlier nuclear attacks.
Several more images show a state of martial law has been implemented and that concentration camps have been set up to hold collaborators and presumably anyone else who refuses to go along with the program.
Another image shows an “Amero” coin, indicating the creation of a new global currency.
What is the point of “Operation Blackjack”, why does it continue to run in the “arts and culture” section of a major British newspaper?
Is someone’s sick fantasy being afforded exposure on a major UK newspaper website or are we being prepared for something?
Could it be that in the fictionalization of false flag terror, the creation of detention centers and the push for global government, someone is attempting to relegate such real world issues to the pages of a comic book?
As we previously highlighted, the rude and hostile response to people who have attempted to get clarification from the Telegraph only deepens the mystery.
Contact email@example.com  and politely ask for clarification on who the author of the piece is, why it continues being run when it obviously has no artistic merit, and if the Telegraph has considered the offense it is causing to people who live in the cities being depicted as victims of nuke attacks.