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Saturday, June 10, 2017

GCR/RV Research: "Fortitude" -- June 10, 2017

Source: Dinar Chronicles

"Operation Fortitude" was a massive misinformation campaign pulled off by from the Allies to hide their invasion plans for D-Day on June 6, 1944.

Fortitude was a massive operation of deception conducted by the Allied Forces to lead the Germans to believe that they would be landing in Pas-de-Calais, where France and England were closest, or in Norway, because Hitler and his cronies thought this most probable.

The misinformation campaign was approved by General Eisenhower in December 1943 and ended in March 1944.

It involved false battalion stagings in both France and England to throw off German reconnaissance flights. The Allies even built rubber tanks and placed them in open areas to appear as if they had immense forces lead by General Patton--who would show up from time to time to review his assets.

The aim was also to make the Germans believe that the initial landings would be in May of 1944 in Pas-de-Calais--not at Normandy (June of 1944).

Eisenhower wanted intelligence cover for the real landings that would take place on the steep cliffs and heavy sand beaches of Normandy.

If the German army concentrated its troops where the bulk of the invasion wasn't planned, this would give the Allies an advantage and allow thrum to set up supply lines behind enemy lines for reinforcements.

The means implemented for this operation were as follows:

  • Deliberately letting the enemy get hold of false secret information via exchanges with neutral countries, spies and double agents (intel gurus).
  • Creating dummy military units in England, sometimes with fake tanks and inflatable planes, movements of troops and heated radio conversations (off site redemption centers).
This encouraged the Germans to build many bunkers and reinforce the Atlantic Wall along the Côte d’Opale, in Pas-de-Calais (Wells Fargo).

The German authorities apparently clung to the operation induced belief that the landings would occur in Pas-de-Calais right up until the sun rose on the beaches at Normandy with tens of thousands of Allied troops (Dinarland).

Imagine German surprise, embarrassment and fear when the first wave came at Normandy and they were out of position.

So stay alert today D-land, the cabal has no clue what's really coming and truthfully neither do we.

God is with us.

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