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Blowback In Paris Armed Terrorists Kill 12 People By Tony Cartalucci January 07, 2015 "ICH" <posted by macaense>

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#61 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 02:43 AM

There are things that do not fit in the attack against the weekly Charlie.

 

 

https://translate.go...4937&edit-text=


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#62 Ivan88

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 03:33 AM

Here's another clue:

 

 Mr Netanyahu told French Jews that Israel was their home and ordered a ministerial committee to discuss ways of encouraging immigration of French and other European Jews to Israel.

He said: "To all the Jews of France, all the Jews of Europe, I would like to say that Israel is not just the place in whose direction you pray, the state of Israel is your home.

"Unless the world comes to its senses, terror will continue to strike in other places."

 

https://uk.news.yaho...76.html#mfFBPDT


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#63 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 11:14 AM

1/11  -  Paris  -  Millions march to mention some names in vain on the 11th. of January 2015.

 

 

1/11 Paris - Millions march in vain to support/condemn a false flag attack

 

 

 

Patria Latina reveals the photos:

 

 

Tem coisas que não encaixam no atentado contra o semanário Charlie.

 

 

http://www.patrialat...8427e&cod=14937

 

 

 

https://translate.go...4937&edit-text=

 

 

https://translate.go...4937&edit-text=

 

 

https://translate.go...nse/&edit-text=

 

 

http://engforum.prav...ed-by-macaense/

 

 

 

 

 

http://engforum.prav...ed-by-macaense/


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#64 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 11:36 AM

NOTE: check the photos in the Portuguese link

 

 

There are things that do not fit in the attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine (check the photos in the Portuguese link)

Published in January 9, 2015 by Marden

Some observations I make on the attack in Paris.

The gunmen were well-prepared, well trained. And they had the intention to escape and remain anonymous. So they wore masks and the same black clothes, thereby placing difficulties to distinguish who is who among them. They even wore gloves, which would hinder the search for fingerprints in stolen vehicles, which were used to commit the attack and escape.

The French police say there were three terrorists who carried out the attacks and that one of them had left their documents in the stolen car.

Here things start to not make sense to me.

Where the third suspect come about? In all the pictures I have analyzed only appeared two suspects. In fact, one of the survivors, Laurent Léger, who was in the room where the journalists and the editor of the magazine were killed, said two people were.


Armed men are seen coming out of a car and pointing guns at a police car near the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo office in Paris (Photo: Anne Gelbard / AFP)

Now with all the precision and coolness of the world that these criminals have demonstrated, covering their faces and hiding their fingerprints, they would leave a passport inside the stolen vehicle? That is, they would leave the proof to the police get to them? And if left, it shows that are amateurs, even though they appear to be experts on fire. Something does not fit.

About the third suspect, Hamyd Mourad, who surrendered to police after seeing his name being reported in the media, his colleagues said at the time of the attack he was in the classroom. There are many colleagues who confirmed it on Twitter ( #MouradHamydInnocent ), stating that stood together with the suspect that very morning of the attacks.

Updated 01/09/2014 day at 16: 58h

I bring here a video of TV France 24, but rather check out some images that removed the video.

At the time of the attacks on Charlie Hebdo magazine's office, some people climbed on the roof of the building and began to filming with their mobile phones. Among these people there seemed to be a police officer, or at least there was a person with a vest bulletproof. As you can see in the image below.

 

After this same police or civilian with vest (because someone would need a bulletproof vest in the calm and quiet Paris?) Provides guidance for the three people who seem to be policemen dressed in black clothes.

 

He says something like "à gauche" ie, to the left, but only that the police turn to the right. The image then appears which is cut and already appears in the street the two "terrorists" way to dress like the three police officers who have turned to the right. And it seems that these "terrorists" shoot those three policemen. But apparently did not kill them. As you can check the video below.

At the end of this video you can see that someone else appears with bulletproof vest (or a rerun, which was not clear to me).

Updated 10/01/2014 at 14:43 day

In my research I discovered the Aangirfan blog where the author states that the attack in Paris was an inside job, that MOSSAD Charlie Hebdo attacked .

For those who do not know what is the Mossad nor the Kidon:

"The Mossad (Israeli intelligence service) has a department, the Kidon, whose goal is to assassinate Israel's enemies, anywhere in the world, which can not be tried in a normal court." (Kidon: assassins above the law)

Interestingly, the editor in chief of Charlie Hebdo magazine (which has Jewish descent) was traveling through London and so was spared. And the Jewish journalist Amchai Stein , managing editor of IBA Channel 1 Israel, just showed up at the exact moment to (en) cover the "facts."

Now look over these two matches envolvendos the people of Israel.

The first car was abandoned by the terrorists in front of a restaurente (Jewish) Kosher .

 

The third suspect, Amedy Coulibaly also raided a supermarket (Jewish) Kosher , Hyper Cacher.

And why the Jews would such a thing?

The magazine Charlie Hebdo would have mocked the Mossad agent Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi (Simon Elliot).


Edited by macaense, 11 January 2015 - 11:49 AM.

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#65 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 12:40 PM

These Terrorist Attacks Are Not About Religion

By Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, TIME

10 January 15

 

rsn-A.jpgnother horrendous act of terrorism has taken place and people like myself who are on media speed-dial under “Celebrity Muslims” are thrust in the spotlight to angrily condemn, disavow, and explain—again—how these barbaric acts are in no way related to Islam.

For me, religion—no matter which one—is ultimately about people wanting to live humble, moral lives that create a harmonious community and promote tolerance and friendship with those outside the religious community. Any religious rules should be in service of this goal. The Islam I learned and practice does just that.

Violence committed in the name of religion is never about religion—it’s ultimately about money. The 1976 movie, All the President’s Men, got it right when it reduced the Daedalus maze of the Watergate scandal to the simple phrase, “Follow the money.” Forget the goons who actually carry out these deadly acts, they are nothing more than automated drones remote-controlled by others. Instead of radio signals, their pilots use selective dogma to manipulate their actions. They pervert the Qur’an through omission and false interpretation.

How is it about money? When one looks at the goal of these terrorist attacks, it’s clearly not about scaring us into changing our behavior. The Twin Tower attacks of 9/11 didn’t frighten America into embracing Islam. The fatwa against Salman Rushdie didn’t prevent the publication of The Satanic Verses. Like all terrorist attacks on the West, they just strengthen our defiant resolve. So the attack in Paris, as with most others, isn’t about changing Western behavior, it’s about swaggering into a room, flexing a muscle, and hoping to elicit some admiring sighs. In this case, the sighs are more recruits and more donations to keep their organization alive. They have to keep proving they are more relevant than their competing terrorist groups. It’s just business.

Nor should we blame America’s foreign policy as the spark that lights the fuse. Poverty, political oppression, systemic corruption, lack of education, lack of critical thinking, and general hopelessness in these countries is the spark. Yes, we’ve made mistakes that will be used to justify recruiting new drones. But we shouldn’t kid ourselves that the recent report detailing our extensive and apparently ineffective use of torture caused any kind of mass terrorist volunteers. The world knew we tortured. The only thing the report revealed was how bad we were at it. More important, if recruits were swayed by logical idealism, they would realize that the fact that we conducted, released, and debated such a report is what makes America admirable. We don’t always do the right thing, but we strive to. We admit our faults and make adjustments. It may be glacial, but it’s movement forward.

Knowing that these terrorist attacks are not about religion, we have to reach a point where we stop bringing Islam into these discussions. I know we aren’t there yet because much of the Western population doesn’t understand the Islamic religion. All they see are brutal beheadings, kidnappings of young girls, bloody massacres of children at schools, and these random shootings. Naturally, they are frightened when they hear the word Muslim or see someone in traditional Muslim clothing. Despite any charitable impulses, they also have to be thinking, “Better safe than sorry”—as they hurry in the opposite direction.

When the Ku Klux Klan burn a cross in a black family’s yard, prominent Christians aren’t required to explain how these aren’t really Christian acts. Most people already realize that the KKK doesn’t represent Christian teachings. That’s what I and other Muslims long for—the day when these terrorists praising Mohammed or Allah’s name as they debase their actual teachings are instantly recognized as thugs disguising themselves as Muslims. It’s like bank robbers wearing masks of presidents; we don’t really think Jimmy Carter and George W. Bush hit the Bank of America during their down time.

We can’t end terrorism any more than we can end crime in general. Ironically, terrorism is actually an act against the very religion they claim to believe in. It’s an acknowledgement that the religion and its teachings aren’t enough to convince people to follow it. Any religion that requires coercion is not about the community, but about the leaders wanting power.

I look forward to the day when an act of terrorism by self-proclaimed Muslims will be universally dismissed as nothing more than a criminal attack of a thuggish political organization wearing an ill-fitting Muslim mask. To get to that point, we will need to teach our communities what the real beliefs of Islam are. In the meantime, keep my name on speed-dial so we can get through this together.

 


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#66 MattMarriott

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 04:05 PM

Je suis Charlie: Mockery of Jesus and of human cattle with CHARLIE Chaplin and KEYSTONE COPS 100 years later
EVERYBODY who doesn't speak French, unconsciously reads "Je suis Charlie" as "Jesus Charlie"-
Mockery of human cattle starts with a remake of Charlie .. Chaplin and the KEYSTONE COPS, 100 years later.

Notes
Human cattle


Paris Shooting Hoax: KEYSTONE COPS


Chaplin At Keystone (1914)
http://classicflix.c...ne-p-10241.html

The keystone is a masonic concept. It refers to the stone that fits at the top center of an arch. It holds the other stones in place.
A keystone cop...the one who can be counted on to do that one thing that makes the op complete...that makes it all fall into place. He does something or neglects to to something that makes it all work.

The Keystone Cops (often spelled "Keystone Kops") were fictional incompetent policemen, featured in silent film comedies in the early 20th century.
As early as 1914, Sennet shifted the Keystone Cops from starring roles to background ensemble, in support of comedians like Charlie Chaplin...
In 2010, the previously lost short A Thief Catcher was rediscovered at an antique sale in Michigan. The short, filmed in 1914, stars Ford Sterling, Mack Swain, Edgar Kennedy, and Al St. John and includes a previously unknown appearance of Charlie Chaplin as a Keystone Kop.
http://en.wikipedia....i/Keystone_Cops

BASICS
http://illuminati-jokes.blogspot.com/

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#67 Mandrake

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:21 PM

WTF??? :shrug:


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#68 RobertD

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:37 PM

 

 

Of course he is an idiot.

 

The folks at Charlie Hebdo had it coming. Here is what I wrote about them in September 2012 when they published their famous caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed: Worthy of the Darwin Awards, if you ask me.  Excellent, the “gene pool” of the French “caviar-Left” badly needs some cleaning".  Today I fully stand by my words.

 
Let me ask you this: what would be the point of, say, taking a nap on train tracks?  You don't have to "agree" with the train which will run you over, but it still will, won't it?  What about taking a nap on train tracks specifically to make a point?  To prove that the train is bad?  To dare it?  To make fun of it?  Would that not be the height of stupidity?  And yet, that is *exactly* what Charlie Hebdo did.
 
There is no comparison between the inevitability of being hit by an on-coming locomotive, and being targeted and assassinated by violent religious fanatics. This does not even bear explanation!

 

 

Every newspaper who engages in islam and mohamed ridicule should have  AKs in the closet for such a time as these....

These islamic lunatics can strike at anyone anytime.


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#69 Ivan88

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:49 PM

The Saker is not an idiot, at least not in the way some posters here assert.

 

The cartoonist publishing house people were reactionaries playing the game of Talmudized Churchianity &  Talmudized Islam in perfect dialectical theatrics

 

What the Saker said about the foolishness of the cartoonists is correct. 

 

"Let me ask you this: what would be the point of, say, taking a nap on train tracks?  You don't have to "agree" with the train which will run you over, but it still will, won't it?  What about taking a nap on train tracks specifically to make a point?  To prove that the train is bad?  To dare it?  To make fun of it?  Would that not be the height of stupidity?  And yet, that is *exactly* what the folks" in NovoRussia did.

 

But the folks in NovoRussia were set up by the Russians who caused them to believe that they would be incorporated as was Crimea.


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#70 Radio1

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:51 PM

 

Every newspaper who engages in islam and mohamed ridicule should have  AKs in the closet for such a time as these....

These islamic lunatics can strike at anyone anytime.

 

That would be a sensible precaution under such unfortunate circumstances as those of Charlie Hebdo in France. They might at least have had suitable security in place at the entrance to their offices, laws permitting. But therein lies an important question: Could they have taken such precautions legally in that country? Their laws are restrictive. Those cartoonists would have been required to apply for permission to own any form of firearm, and they each would need to have convinced the authorities of a "genuine reason" for possession. The question then becomes: Could they have received such permission on the basis of a known, published threat to their lives from radical Muslims? They each would also need to have passed a background check.


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#71 Radio1

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:53 PM

The Saker is not an idiot, at least not in the way some posters here assert.

 

What he said about the foolishness of the cartoonists is correct. 

 

"Let me ask you this: what would be the point of, say, taking a nap on train tracks?  You don't have to "agree" with the train which will run you over, but it still will, won't it?  What about taking a nap on train tracks specifically to make a point?  To prove that the train is bad?  To dare it?  To make fun of it?  Would that not be the height of stupidity?  And yet, that is *exactly* what the folks" in NovoRussia did.

 

But they were set up by the Russians who caused them to believe that they would be incorporated as was Crimea.

 

This alteration of Saker's words only calls your thinking into question.


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#72 Radio1

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 07:55 PM

WTF??? :shrug:

 

This forum is somehow a magnet for the insane.


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#73 Ivan88

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 08:00 PM

The US and EU are allied with the Israelis, Saudis, Qatar and the rest of the Allah-Akbar crazies against all Christians in the Middle East, Ukraine, Russia and ultimately Europe and America.

Here's what the US & EU did to one Christian girl:

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copied small picture and got a big one. Don't know why.

 

. The unredeemed social mind revealed it’s murderous intent when it slandered, tortured and murdered the Perfect Man, the True Incarnate God, Jesus Christ and His Apostles;

 

“They who murder one innocent soul, are willing and capable of murdering all humanity.” Luke 23:31 


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#74 Ivan88

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 08:03 PM

 

This alteration of Saker's words only calls your thinking into question.

If you have a question, ask it, rather than showing one's reactionary mentality.


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#75 Ivan88

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 08:26 PM

 "Yes, we’ve made mistakes .... But we shouldn’t kid ourselves that the recent report detailing our extensive and apparently ineffective use of torture caused any kind of mass terrorist volunteers. The world knew we tortured. The only thing the report revealed was how bad we were at it. More important, if recruits were swayed by logical idealism, they would realize that the fact that we conducted, released, and debated such a report is what makes America admirable. We don’t always do the right thing, but we strive to. We admit our faults and make adjustments. It may be glacial, but it’s movement forward."

 

Ha! We don't make mistakes.

 The toture, wars, bombings, assassinations etc. are deliberate.  

And we deliberately choose to believe comfortable lies over uncomfortable truth.

And, so the torture, suffering, mayhem, killing and destruction goes on.


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#76 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 09:17 PM

Another report: http://www.globalres...lackout/5424149


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Posted 11 January 2015 - 09:18 PM

Hello Mandrake. It's great to see you again. It was in about April of 2012 that we were scattered to the wind I think. I lost track while I was stranded in limbo. Anyhow it's great to see some of the membership survived.
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#78 Nemesis

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 09:41 PM

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#79 Nemesis

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 09:43 PM

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#80 macaense

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Posted 11 January 2015 - 10:56 PM

Glenn Greenwald nails the Charlie Hebdo affair:

 

https://firstlook.or...ebdo-cartoons/

 

Sunday morning news channels report a huge “anti-terror” rally in France with 50 “world leaders” flown in to participate, including the Chancellor of Germany and the Prime Ministers of Great Britain and Spain.

This looks more and more like an orchestrated affair. 

Assembling “world leaders” in such a short time reminds me of the 10,000 man army ready to occupy Boston in response to the Marathon Bombing. 

 


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