Saturday, November 14, 2015

ISIS: The Favorite Scapegoat for Anyone Who Wants to be ‘Someone’ in French Politics

Eight terrorists and suicide bombers have proceeded, with great precision, to murder over 120 innocent people in several locations throughout Paris.

All eight have been killed.  Not one was brought in to custody for questioning, although there are some suspects being questioned in Belgium.

The media has declared that this attack was an act of revenge for Frances involvement in the Syrian war.  But, other, more skeptical observers have been led to wonder, “Why didn’t they attack a Russian target?”  After all, it is Russia, not France, who has moved troops and heavy weaponry in to Syria to snuff out ISIS.

And, why, in light of all of the anti-immigrant sentiment throughout Europe, would these alleged Islamists orchestrate such a terrorist attack, especially considering that the there will, for sure, be a major government blow-back against the influx of Muslim refugees?

(Photo Source: The Guardian) This alleged ISIS attack conveniently comes before a critical election for the Front National party in France, that would place Marine Le Pen, the daughter of a radical, anti-immigrant politician, Jean-Marie Le Pen,  in a position of power.

From my perspective, I just don’t ‘see’ a solid connection between ISIS and this terrorist attack in Paris.  The timing is just too convenient given the upcoming elections there.  And, it is equally convenient that all eight terrorists were killed, leaving behind no one to interrogate…an interrogation that would most surely reveal deeper motives behind this mass killing.

Remember, “false flags” have been used for decades throughout Europe by NATO’s secret armies who use terrorism to push forward political and commercial agendas.  And, who better to blame than everyone’s favorite scapegoat, ISIS?

That’s right!  ISIS is, for the most part, a relatively impotent force in Europe, with no clear leadership, and no backers who could help them get their hands on the types of guns and ammo used in the Paris massacre, and coordinate such a widespread attack without being detected.  ISIS, in general, is loosely organized (although, I do believe that they have been infiltrated in certain parts of the Middle East by Iran), and can easily be stamped out by Europe or the United States if the desire were there.

This was an inside job.  The plot was concocted within France, by French nationals, with a vested interest in the upcoming elections.


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