The X-Files Are Back and the Trailer Features a Character Ranting about a Mega False Flag

The Russia Analyst doesn't watch much TV -- thanks to our day job plus researching and writing lengthy articles over the past year. However, we just may have to watch the return of The X-Files via Netflix after listening to a conspiracy host character ranting in the trailer about the mother of all false flags -- for which various terrorists or even Russia might be blamed. Show creator Chris Carter has acknowledged listening to and reading a lot of alt-media since 2002, when the original series wrapped up its ninth and final season. Carter even alludes to a conspiracy show host character as being Alex Jones-esque and an ally to Mulder in the new series (Jones has said that Carter or other X-Files writes are Infowars listeners). 


Numerologists will note that the original X-Files pilot ran on September 10, 1993, barely three years after President George H.W. Bush '41's famous September 11, 1990 'New World Order' speech, and most alternative media consumers are aware that the pilot of the series' The Lone Gunmen spin off show infamously portrayed remote controlled planes flying into the World Trade Center as part of a false flag operation run by a globalist cabal months. That episode aired on March 4, 2001.

Since the Russia Analyst has to wait until The Man in the High Castle comes out on DVD, due to our shall we say fraught relations with, we may watch The X-Files on Netflix in the meantime.


The notorious Lone Gunman pilot episode, foreshadowing the 9/11 conspiracy


One of my favorite clips from the series on YouTube: the Cigarette Smoking Man (William B. Davis) chats with a shape-shifting cult leading alien


Mike Doughty and Soul Coughing's 'Unmarked Helicopters'


Alex Jones interview with Dean Haglund, who says the X-Files writers listened to Jones shows back in the late 1990s and early 2000s