It would not surprise me the least if this is true. With what we know of TPTB and how they operate, do you honestly think that they WOULDN’T do a false-flag chemical weapons attack in Syria and blame it on Assad? Of course they would.
There is one thing I regret in my life – and that is not following the road towards greatness, and doing what I was once becoming better and better at. I could have been a pretty decent hacker. I have an instinctive feeling for how computer systems work. But I lost interest, and I never managed to put in the time and the effort to go from “bad” to “decent”.
And it is, unfortunately, too late. I have too much else going on, also my brain is probably not plastic enough anymore to do the kind of mental loop-jumping required to understand the more advanced concepts. I did some basic inroads into cryptograhpy and prime numbers once, and it was REALLY interesting, but eventually I just gave up.
I will have to live with the fact that I will never be great, or outstanding, despite possibly having the capacity of at least attempting to, if I had drilled myself into it at an early age. Instead, I will have to do something else. Life is a long journey (for most of us), so I guess there is still time to get things done.
“Times are bad. Children no longer obey their parents, and everyone is writing a book.” ― Marcus Tullius Cicero