5 Things You Need To Know About The US Govt’s ‘Simulated Terror Attack’ On NYC

Saturday, April 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Claire Bernish
April 22, 2017

Operation Gotham Shield has been reported by a growing number of media outlets as this month’s reason for Americans to panic over the government’s latest plot to kill off its citizenry by conducting a mock detonation of a dummy nuclear device over the skies of New York City — nothing to see here, folks.

No, really.

Operation Gotham Shield is nothing more than a routine interagency test of disaster preparedness — but for some less than meticulous media organizations, it is sufficient reason to induce panic — if only due to the National Nuclear Safety Administration’s logo emblazoned multiple times on the government’s PowerPoint presentation.

Nothing about this long-planned routine test of coordination among agencies in a disaster scenario — apart from its incidental timing amid tensions between the United States and, well, multiple nuclear-capable foes — screams impending ‘false flag,’ time to duck and cower in a corner, for something wicked from the State this way comes.

But, as Internet hysteria goes, facts can be quickly eclipsed by the juiciness of another dubious U.S. government plot — never mind the most cursory of online searches proves alarm over Operation Gotham Shield unfounded — and outlets republishing the hyperbolic alarm, downright derelict of duty.

So, to give cooler heads an actual chance to prevail, the following illustrate ample cause to deliberate — before sharing another bullshit-for-clicks farce meant only to manipulate your worst fears — when plenty of legitimate threats already exist.

Just consider these points prevention against an embarrassing lesson in headline-sharing — for Operation Gotham Shield and well into the future.

1. A Big Lie Shares — A Big, Scary Lie Goes Viral

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