The only news story today is the horrific attacks last night in
. The full death toll has not yet been calculated at the
time of writing, but it is at least a hundred and twenty, they took place in
five coordinated assaults across the city. Over three hundred people are in
hospital; eighty are in a serious condition which means that the casualty
figures will almost certainly rise. Gunmen opened fire at three restaurants in Paris, France Paris' trendy Les Halles
and Onzième Arrondissement districts. A short time later there was an explosion
at the Stade de France sports stadium
where France was playing Germany in a friendly football match. Then more gunmen stormed a
theatre in the city where a rock concert was in progress and took hostages. The
security forces stormed the building and killed the alleged terrorists, but not
before a large number of the hostages had been shot dead. This is the worst act
of violence Paris has suffered since the German occupation during World War
II. The question must be asked: is this another false flag? I would say that
right now it's too soon to tell for sure, but I recommend treating news stories
on this matter with a healthy dose of scepticism with a C. My initial suspicions
over the Charlie Hebdo attacks in
January have turned out to be justified, see: http://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.co.uk/2015/03/programme-127-podcast-nick-kollerstrom.html.
During the Cold War the intelligence services trained groups of private
citizens to act as "stay behind armies", resistance groups which
would function as a guerrilla force if the Soviet Union
invaded and occupied NATO countries. This was known as "Operation
Gladio". However another more classified mission was the "strategy of
tension". Gladio operatives carried out a series of bombings, shootings
and particularly brutal robberies in shops and banks. These were blamed on
militias from both the far left and far right. There's evidence to suggest that
the Bologna railway station bombing in 1980, which killed eighty-five people
making it the worst terrorist atrocity before 9/11, was not really carried out
by the terror cell the Armed Nuclear Revolutionaries, those who were blamed;
but was instead an Operation Gladio false flag attack. This BBC documentary on
Operation Gladio never stays online for long so I recommend downloading it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXavNe81XdQ.
So is it possible that a new War on Terror version of Operation Gladio is at
work today? Absolutely yes. Are the Paris attacks the product of that? Quite possibly. In the
meantime I'm sure we all agree that this was a terrible crime, whoever did it.
Deepest condolences to the loved ones of those killed.
As soon as I posted a status about this on Facebook last night an argument broke out in the comments box. Somebody indigently and immediately denied that this could possibly be a false flag operation and other commenters challenged her. Before long an exchange of personal insults broke out. This is a shame, but when an act of terror occurs it inevitably raises emotions. When 9/11 first happened I never questioned it; I was simply in shock like most other people. Somebody noted that the incident took place on Friday the 13th, which is associated with superstitions of misfortune (as well as a series of second-rate American horror movies). Did whoever carried out this atrocity deliberately choose Friday the 13th for that reason? I suspect that the September the 11th crane "accident" in
Mecca was no coincidence, see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/mecca-crane-disaster.html.
However Friday the 13th is not considered unlucky all over the world. I'm not
sure but I think in France it is not; it is primarily a notion from English-speaking
countries. Interestingly yesterday morning, just a few hours before Paris was struck down by these attacks, a news story was
released claiming that the British ISIS leader Mohammed Emwazi, known as
"Jihadi John", had been killed in a drone strike. Personally I doubt
whether this individual has ever existed; he is probably an imaginary character
like "Ogilvy" from George Orwell's 1984, but even if he did exist then why did they decide that his
death should be announced today? Coincidence? The French president Francois
Hollande has called the attacks an act of war and has placed France under a security lockdown. There is a nationwide state of
emergency at the moment including the closure of borders, something that has
not happened since the terrorist campaign of 1961 during the Algerian War. No
doubt this will eventually give way to longer term strategic measures including
more authoritarianism, surveillance and government control that will
fundmentally change French society. In fact in the initial TV news reports last
night the BBC reporter lamented: " is completely
covered by CCTV, but London has less than
ten percent the number of cameras as Paris ." If this is a false flag attack, why has London France been targeted for the second time in a year? As Nick
Kollerstrom says in his HPANWO Radio interview, linked above, it could be
connected to France's relationship to the Palestinians. France has been one of the loudest voices in the international
community calling for Palestine to be recognized as a sovereign state. Israel are not impressed, see: https://www.rt.com/news/208187-israel-france-grave-mistake/.
After Charlie Hebdo the French statesman and former presidential candidate
Jean-Marie le Pen stated publicly that he thought that the murder of the staff
at the satirical comic's offices had been a Mossad false flag incident. A few
days later he was almost killed when somebody set fire to his house. We'll see
how vocal he, and others, are this time. It's early days yet; we don't know all
the facts, but I will keep you informed of any updates.
See here for background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/alan-henning-killed.html.