Charlie Hebdo false flag motivation: who, where, when, how, why. One version.

Note 1/9/15, this story was pulled apparently, from my site. Reader VK alerted me and wondered what I remembered about it. I just found what had really grabbed me on Jhaines site, and will excerpt that below the title — which was the only thing about the post to still exist on my site!

VT Editor Kevin Barrett places yesterday’s Paris attack in context with others that all point in one direction: ISRAEL.

Charlie Hebdo false flag story goes viral

Same story, quoted from j.haines site:

Just one month ago, France set off a stampede when its lower house voted to recognize Palestine. Now Palestine is in the Suddenly “Islamic terror strikes France.” Is Paris being punished for its pro-Palestine vote?

In late 2013, Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur Tribunal found Israel guilty of genocide. A few months later, Malaysian planes started falling out of the sky.

In 2011, Norway’s Labor Party’s youth wing was poised to impose a complete blockade on Israel. Suddenly the entire leadership of the Party’s youth wing was slaughtered in a professional operation falsely attributed to a lone nut, Anders Breivik.

NoLiesRadio producer Allan Rees writes:

https://plus.google.com/+HuffPostUK/posts/HgDXoao79kT

They had a camera well placed beforehand to film the attack.

They spoke perfect French

Killed with military precision.

Dressed in military style.

Killed from a target list.

Got away clean.

French President shows up afterwards and then convenes emergency meeting on what measures to enact.

Multiple shooters.

Could this be false flag from French Intel Agency?

Others are calling it a likely false flag here and here.

So far, it walks like one, it talks like one, and it perpetuates the 9/11 false-flag narrative about “radical Islam” like one.

 

 

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8 Responses to Charlie Hebdo false flag motivation: who, where, when, how, why. One version.

  1. Chenue Gill says:

    Thanks – if not for you I would not have known about this.

  2. Hey Ann….
    This was pulled from the internet, can’t get it from VT either…Any chance you could say in a sentence or two what the jist of it was? It was obviously important to have it pulled…Thanks… VK

  3. Observer says:

    Thank you for these posts. When I first heard about the attack on Charlie Hebdo, something smelled funny to me (I guess I’m recognizing false flags?) but it really got strong when I heard about the planned rally of “hundreds of thousands of people” in Paris tomorrow, to “defend our liberties.” Funny how when it’s GMOs or economic globalization or the banking elite, nobody is “demonstrating to defend our liberties” – because those are about sovereignty and self-determination by the citizens – but when it’s the “freedom” of SONY to “express” the desire to bump off another nation state’s leader (regardless of how reprehensible he may be, it’s THEIR country, not OURS, to control) or the “freedom” to print satirical cartoons against Muslim religious figures – then everyone pours out in the streets? Weird, eh?!

    • Yep, it’s all very weird. For me, the first clue is, how much MSM press does any event instantly get. If huge, then it’s probably a false flag. Then of course all the other stuff about it and other false flags that just plain smells bad. I love the way we the people (and there are more and more of us) are now responding almost instantly to “their” destructive events designed to trigger chaos and confusion as well as keep us riveted in a certain direction while they are doing all sorts of other nasty things behind our backs.

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