Military exercises, wargames, supposedly providing 'enhanced response' are smokescreens for the false flag event(s)

The easiest way to carry out a false flag attack is by setting up a military exercise that simulates the very attack you want to carry out. As the linked article details, this is exactly how government perpetrators in the US and UK handled the 9/11 and 7/7 "terror" attacks, which were in reality government attacks blamed on "terrorists.", says former military intelligence officer Captain Eric H. May, who spent five years with the U.S. Army 75th Division conducting military war games.

With ailing health, his aim is to convince the American people that the "next 9/11" -- constantly promised by officials and the media -- is likely to be carried out under the guise of future military exercises. If the American people are aware of pending exercises and the danger they represent, then the exercises cannot "go live" and effect the very terror events that they are supposed to be rehearsing against.

The article then briefly covers how the military exercises that ran on both 9/11 and 7/7 provided a smokescreen to the false flag event, both to confuse and cripple the response of those who are designated to prevent and thwart such an event. The other reason for running military exercises on the day of a false flag event is to provide a blanket of protection from accountability. The later explanation of how the event was able to take place can be blamed on the military exercise. The rest of the article can be found here:

Just some additional background to the wargames, Cynthia McKinney grills General Myers about the wargames conducted on 911. Myers said himself that "No, it did not impair NORAD's response" and that General Ralph Eberhart said that the wargames actually enhanced the response to 911. General Ralph Eberhart during the final 9/11 Commission hearing said that the wargames helped airborne times to approximately 6 to 8 minutes because of the manning, focus, and crews. Yet, there was no response from Andrew Air Force Base to defend the Pentagon, as if they were diverted for a war exercise. The audio below of the FAA controller officials, is this real world or exercise is also telling as if there was a definite sense of confusion, and not a heightened sense of awareness to respond.

Then there's Gen. Myers caught in a contradiction by his own words about fighting many phantoms that day, was he referring to the use of 'injects' during certain wargames? Yet, Air Force Gen. Richard B. Myers told the 911 Commission on June 17, 2004 about erroneous reports as events unfolded also hindered DoD's response. "We fought many phantoms that day," he said. "There were many phantoms. I remember getting to the (National Military Command Center), and we got the call that a bomb had gone off in front of the State Department. So you think, 'Oh, my goodness, what else is happening in this town?' We got many aircraft calls inbound that morning that turned out to be phantoms."

Seems the response to multiple wargames is less than convincing. Myers contradictions is just another example that supports 911 as a false flag event.

Wargames enhanced NORAD response

Real world or exercise wargame confusion audio

ìThe use of ëinjectsí (phantom blips projected onto radar screens electronically) is a technique employed to test the defending side in air defense exercises.î

Is there a video to the "we fought many phantoms that day" as told in front of the 911 Commission June 17, 2004?