Saturday, November 14, 2015

Paris Attacks: Initial Reaction -- BOGUS!!!

I'm just logging in for today but before I get too caught up with everything I'd like to state my opinion based on watching the whole painful sales pitch progress yesterday on cable news: this is a hoax. If it were real we'd have a lot more footage to look at and they wouldn't be using words like "France has been forever changed on this day." Plus, as you should know by now if you frequent my site, anything that has to do with ISIS is a psy-op. ISIS is funded by the Americans. It is being used as an excuse for America to bomb sovereign countries. What is particularly troubling about this Paris "attack", however, is that unlike the American hoaxes of late the goal of this hoax is to draw Europe into a wider war. It was also meant to stir up even more racial and religious hatred and distrust. I'll probably spend my limited Saturday internet time researching this matter, so expect some updates soon.

#ParisAttack Broke the Internet

*** UPDATE ***
Some guy on Twitter pointed out that yesterday was Friday the 13th. That has a history in France regarding the Knights Templars. Look it up.

The Bataclan Theatre, according to Le Point, has Jewish owners. (H/T Aangirfan)

This short clip shows more of what supposedly happened yesterday than a night's worth of FOX news and CNN put together.


Patrick Pelloux, EMT and chronicler at Charlie Hebdo, explains on France Info radio that Paris EMTs were prepared because, "as luck would have it", they'd planned an exercise to train for multi-site attacks on the morning of Nov 13,2015.



NO WAY this is real. NO WAY. Does it look like a bomb went off here? I don't think so!

2 comments:

Taylor Christensen said...

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=86c_1447486084


This was all really real :(

Jody Paulson said...

I'll admit the footage in the above comment is pretty realistic. But even if people were really hurt, it's still a "false flag" designed to draw NATO into Syria. Another goal is to do away with privacy/encryption in computer communications without giving the government a "back door".