In this March 13, 1964 file photo, President Lyndon Johnson, right, talks with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, center sitting, after McNamara returned from a fact-finding trip to South Vietnam, at the White House in Washington. Fifty years ago Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014, reacting to reports of a U.S. Navy encounter with enemy warships in the Gulf of Tonkin off Vietnam, reports long since discredited, Johnson signed a resolution passed overwhelmingly by Congress that historians call the crucial catalyst for deep American involvement in the Vietnam War. (AP Photo/File)

America Raises False Flags To Start Wars

For generations, the U.S. has been successful in deceiving its citizens, and a good part of the world, that it is a beacon of freedom and peace. Yet this facade is crumbling and people are waking up to the truth, which could have major implications for the Iran deal.