9 Reasons to Question the Paris Terror Attacks

isis-oilBy Brandon Turbeville

As France finds itself in the grips of martial law and its first mandatory curfew since it was occupied by the Nazis in 1944, there exists a number of questionable details surrounding the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.

Only hours after the first shots were fired, stories and reports are beginning to change and contradict one another. Considering the history of the French government, French Intelligence agencies and the Anglo-American/NATO Intelligence apparatus, particularly the recent events surrounding the Charlie Hebdo attacks that were exposed as false flags, one would be justified in wondering whether or not these recent attacks in Paris were of the same variety.


Below are a number of reasons to question the official story of the Paris terror attacks.

1.) How many gunmen? Already, the number of individuals involved in the Paris attacks is in question. While some reports suggested four shooters were involved, others suggested three. The majority of mainstream reports seem to be only acknowledging two shooters. So how many shooters were there? Two, three or four? One witness, Pierre Marie Bertin, a 36-year-old who was at the theater when the shooting began, stated that there were as many as four gunmen. Bertin described some male hostages who “went onto the balcony and tried to negotiate for the life of their wives with one of the guys [terrorists]. It was sickening.” Bertin recounted somewhat more detail than some other witnesses and was clear that there were as many as four gunmen. Australian news media is reporting that three gunmen have been killed.

This might seem inconsequential to many readers, but in informed researching circles it is well-known that the information that comes out shortly after the event is usually the most reliable. This is not to discount the existence of confusion related to panicked reports coming from eyewitnesses and the like. However, the information coming out early on has not yet been subjected to the top-down media revision that will inevitably take place as the story becomes molded to fit the narrative pushed by the individuals who either directed the attack at the higher levels or at least have connections with those who are able to control the manner in which various media outlets report the event. For instance, in times of false flag attacks, the initial reports may point to 5 gunmen. Very shortly after, reports may only mention two. Only a few hours after the attack, however, all references to more than one gunmen are removed entirely, with only the “lone gunman” story remaining. Any other mention of additional gunmen after this point is ridiculed as “conspiracy theory.”

2.) The types of weapons used – While some reports suggest that the attackers were using AK-47s, other reports are suggesting that shotguns were used. While the contradiction in reports can certainly be attributed to victims and witnesses simply not being aware of the type of weapons being used in the attacks and panic in the heat of the moment, there is none the less contradiction in the reports being issued. As of the time of the writing of this article there has been no clarification as to what type of weapons were used. Since the assailants were supposedly killed by police it should be clear what weapons they used.

3.) Were the gunmen killed or arrested? While the number of gunmen itself is in doubt, news reports coming from Fox and Sky are suggesting that a suspected gunmen was actually arrested. In fact, the suspect allegedly stated to police, “I am from ISIS” giving us all the information we need as for who is responsible for this attack.

4.) Gunmen connected to ISIS, gunmen connected to Syria – Along with the very convenient and immediate statement by an allegedly arrested suspect that he was from ISIS, we also have screams of a shooter that “This is for Syria!” This gives us all the information that we need regarding the motivation of the alleged attackers. They are from ISIS. They hate the French because the French are “attacking” ISIS and because somewhere in France in a very darkened corner, under the sofa, there are freedoms. ISIS hates freedoms. This is quite coincidental considering the fact that a Russian airliner was recently bombed, allegedly by ISIS – at least according to the West.

5.) The timing of the event – Aside from the obvious connotations derived from the attacks occurring on Friday the 13th, the Paris massacre has taken place shortly before a major climate summit that was set to take place in France. The French government was expecting massive protests they alleged could potentially become violent, by activists opposed to globalization and energy austerity. Interestingly enough, France had already planned to impose border controls starting on November 30th in anticipation of the U.N. Conference on Climate Change in Paris “because of the terrorist threat or risk of public disorder.” Needless to say, there will be no massive protest now considering the fact that 2015 France resembles the 1943 version of itself more than anything else.

6.) Security – Considering the fact that the security had been so heightened both on the heels of the Charlie Hebdo attacks and the anticipation of disorder for the U.N. Conference on Climate Change, how on earth did such a major terror attack slip through the hands of the DGSE? After all, France is nothing if not a police state. It is also giving the United States a run for its money in the contest for how much information it is able to nab up on its citizens. No doubt, we will be sold the line of “pre-civilized savages outsmarted first-world high end military surveillance states.”

7.) Drills – One hallmark of the false flag operation is the running of drills shortly before or during the actual attack. Many times, these drills will involve the actual sequence of events that takes place during the real life attack . These drills have been present on large scale false flags such as 9/11 as well as smaller scale attacks like the Aurora shooting.

For instance, as Webster Tarpley documents in his book 9/11 Synthetic Terror: Made In USA, at least 46 drills were underway in the months leading up to 9/11 and on the morning of the attack. These 46 drills were all directly related to the events which took place on 9/11 in some way or other. Likewise, the 7/7 bombings in London were running drills of exactly the same scenario that was occurring at exactly the same times and locations.

Although one reason may take precedence over the other depending on the nature and purpose of the operation drills are used by false flag operators for at least two reasons. One such purpose is the creation of intentional confusion if the drill is taking place during the actual attack. The other, more effective aspect, however, is using the drill as a cloak to plan the attack or even “go live” when it comes time to launch the event. Even more so, it gives the individuals who are involved in the planning of the event an element of cover, especially with the military/intelligence agency’s tight chain of command structure and need-to-know basis. If a loyal military officer or intelligence agent stumbles upon the planning of the attack, that individual can always be told that what he has witnessed is nothing more than the planning of a training exercise. This deniability continues all the way through to the actual “going live” of the drill. After the completion of the false flag attack, Coincidence Theory is used to explain away the tragic results.

All of this must be considered, when one reads reports suggesting that the UK conducted counter-terrorism drills earlier this year that included scenarios that involved terror attacks in Paris similar to those that took place on the Charlie Hebdo massacre. As the reports surrounding the UK drills were released, a number 10 spokesman confirmed “it had been agreed that future exercises, which take place on a regular basis, should seek to learn from events in France.” David Cameron himself stated that there was  a need for police “to call on military help if there was a major emergency.”

8.) Charlie Hebdo – The recent Paris attacks were similar to the Charlie Hebdo massacre that occurred earlier this year. The Charlie Hebdo attacks, however, were largely revealed as a false flag operation. Evidence for which can be seen in my article “15 Signs the Charlie Hebdo Attack Was a False Flag.” Thus, there exists a clear precedent for such attacks in France, albeit on a much larger scale.

9.) Who controls ISIS? For many, claims that the attackers belong to ISIS is a deal breaker. For these individuals, ISIS is a shadowy terrorist organization that supports itself and has created a caliphate in eastern Syria and western Iraq that can scarcely be defeated (except when the Russians bomb it). However, the facts do not support such a shallow understanding of the ISIS terrorist organization. ISIS was entirely created, funded and directed by the United States, Britain, France and other NATO countries. Its actions have been coordinated by the Anglo-American Intelligence apparatus for geopolitical purposes all across the world both at home and abroad. For this reason, the declaration that ISIS committed a terrorist attack in Paris is by no means a get-out-of-jail-free card for the Western Intelligence apparatus. Instead, it is the trademark of their handiwork. Please see these articles for more information on the nature of ISIS: here, here, here and here.

While the information presented above may not be enough evidence to conclude that the Paris attacks were false flag attacks, it is reason enough to question the official story thus far. If these attacks are indeed placed in the lap of ISIS, however, all fingers should immediately point to NATO and the Atlanticist Intelligence apparatus. It is they who control ISIS and they who bear the responsibility for its actions.

UPDATE: Emergency Drills Took Place on Morning of Paris Terror Attacks: Report

Brandon Turbeville – article archive here – is an author out of Florence, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University and is the author of six books, Codex Alimentarius — The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies, Five Sense Solutions andDispatches From a Dissident, volume 1 and volume 2, The Road to Damascus: The Anglo-American Assault on Syria, and The Difference it Makes: 36 Reasons Why Hillary Clinton Should Never Be President. Turbeville has published over 500 articles dealing on a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, government corruption, and civil liberties. Brandon Turbeville’s podcast Truth on The Tracks can be found every Monday night 9 pm EST atUCYTV. He is available for radio and TV interviews. Please contact activistpost (at) gmail.com.

  • James Leonard

    Sure is “lucky” that NATO has been flooding Europe with military weaponry and soldiers to contain the “Russian aggression”. “Luckily,” governments in Europe just happen to have at their immediate disposal the military means to impose strict security on their citizenry for their own protection. Finally, EU governments will be able to rise to the occasion and for the first time in who knows how long, protect their citizens from the evil ISIS.

    We should all be very thankful (and, of course, submissive) that we have our governments to protect us during this time of great fear..

  • Mark

    Operation Gladio

  • Well, throwing pearls to pigs. 99% of the populace in W countries is DUMBED DOWN… they can’t see past the talking heads in MSM. All others are labled conspiracy theory freaks and as even Hollande says it talking about conspiracy theories should be illegal. Therefore, expect a hard time trying to unwash the brains of those 99%.

    • General Without Borders

      anyone who uses the phrase “conspiracy theory” or “conspiracy theorist” as a premise for their argument is either a shill working in U.S. State media or an individual who watches too much television and can’t think for him/herself.

      • Janet Mcleod

        What a load of rubbish that comment is. Most Conspiracy theorists are people who believe in the fact that an incident or event is not as it appears. The word “Conspiracy theorist ” just describes what angle they are coming from when engaged in a discussion about what they believe about the said event. Neither is it used as a premise for an argument. The premise for the argument would be an explanation of sorts on why they think it is a conspiracy.

        • Guessmess

          How is the word conspiracy theorist describing what angle a person is coming from when two people who disagree on a topic could both be conspiracy theorists since the event itself couldn’t have happened without a conspiracy?

          i.e. 9/11, 7/7, Paris attacks, Boston Bombing…regardless of what you believe, a conspiracy occurred. One person believes an inside job. the other person believes a coordinated group of foreigners. Both of them are conspiracy theorists, regardless of the popular bastardization of the term.
          Describing a person as believing an incident is not as it appears would be a skeptic. There are non skeptic conspiracy theorists.

          Besides, while it may in popular understanding describe what angle a person is coming from, it
          works both ways. As it also highlights the people who believe everything
          they are told from authority, just as the person you’re responding to mentioned. So
          you’re repeating what they are saying but just focusing on one side.

          It is used as a premise continuously, as some kind of gotcha namecall that ends the argument assuming the person cannot be reasoned with.
          One would hope the premise of the argument would be explanations of sorts on why people think all kinds of things…but that’s not what happens if you get enough ignoramus’s together to scoff at the presence of people who question authority, that they are clueless to know applies to themselves just as much.

      • Dave Garry

        You can call me a conspiracy theorist if I can call you a coincidence theorist….good comeback I like to use.

    • mohammed

      btw nice username lol

      • Don’t Google me if you’re extremely religious. :P:P:P

        • mohammed

          i dont care lol

    • Padpaw22 .

      Obama said the same thing essentially. People who talk of conspiracy’s are terrorists and should be distrusted and reported.

      • Lauriesheri

        Sorry, but if you believe Obama, then you, and people like you, should be living under a total dictatorship where others do the thinking for you and deny you all rights. (which ironically is pretty much what we have now.)

    • rohanmark jay

      Very true you better be someone who already has got some status in
      society and respected or already be fabulously wealthy. So that you can
      put out a questioning point of view, and not get ostracised and
      alienated from society. Because thats what you get if you even dare
      question the official narrative if your joe average. Family will avoid
      you, and friends will desert you. Its a tough hostile world when you
      want to wake people up from their dumbed down state. At least that’s been
      my experience. I don’t care though. If you can’t stand by the truth
      what meaning is there to your life I mean really. It will just be a lie
      like the western govts and media spin all the time in their disgusting
      propaganda. That even an informed 5 year old can figure out if they are
      in any way awake to the warmongering western bullshit artists. Who
      always push an agenda of pointless war, death, grief, immense suffering
      and destruction just so that they can have their one world government. I
      hope humanity can wake up and turn the tables on these murderous
      scumbags. Another innocent 129 French people were murdered just like
      3000 innocent Americans were murdered on live tv in 2001 not to mention
      millions of innocent people across the globe have died alone since the
      horrific 911 false flag trigger. When will this senseless murder of innocent people end in the world.Thanks fully more and more people are
      becoming aware, but I don’t want to see more horrors, when humanity can
      put a stop to it if they all collectively woke up. I can only hope. One
      thing is for sure though, whatever happens the next few years are not
      going to be boring.

  • Rob Brown

    Wow! The conspiracy theorists have been hard at it, and have a bizarre story for us already.

    • kevin

      this isnt a “story” at all, just a list of valid questions…

      • John Khan Harrison

        i wonder will this “justify” american foreign policy

      • Rollo10

        Valid questions they will have you jailed for?

    • MANDU2

      Anyone who continues to use the term “conspiracy theorists” in an accusative pejorative way is either incredibly ignorant, or they are a knowing or manipulated tool of the actual perpetrators of real Conspiracy…. All of history is a long long account of various conspiracies… Not to believe in them is egregiously and preposterously stupid. You are yourself the hardcore Victim of the very Conspiracies that you mock and do not believe are real.
      We will save our great Constitutional Republic for you, since you are too foolish to see anything clearly, and are causing the destruction of the true America, as we speak. Go sit down in your goddamned seat, shut your mouth, and let truthful fighters for the American Common Good exhibit the kind of courage against all odds, to save America. When we have won, we will bring you to a class and help you learn a few things about reality. Until then, stay out of our way– your ignorance about “conspiracy theorists” is a major piece of the problem. We are acting with courage and intelligence, trying to be the solution. There is not a chance that you will help save the day…..unless you start using your God-given mind to THINK with– and stop listening or watching American Media Propaganda– all Network News is full of lies and propaganda… it is poison for your mind. Stop it. Think for yourself. I care about you as a citizen otherwise I would not bother to write this… I hope you listen… So far you do not listen to anyone who knows anything valuable about how to save America. Stop using the term “conspiracy theorists” for openers, in beginning your Re-education program.

      • Gracebewithyou

        OH, my…I guess you just know it all, don’t you. And if ANYONE should disagree with you, they are stupid and should just shut up.
        So, here’s my reply to you:
        Conspiracy theorists, Conspiracy theorists,Conspiracy theorists,Conspiracy theorists.Conspiracy theorists,Conspiracy theorists,Conspiracy theorists.

        Now, go sit in your (stupid) corner and shut up!

        • Rollo10

          “Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.”

          “Do not believe in anything……
          simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it
          is spoken and rumoured by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is
          found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the
          authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because
          they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and
          analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to
          the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.” –
          Buddah.

          • Tim Gingell

            Buddha did not say this – it’s at best a very loose paraphrase, so you are, ironically, undermining your own argument by quoting from something that is in itself fake.

        • hivemind

          Typical of a brainless Cristoid sub-human, who gave it’s mind up a long time ago. Get AIDS, or cancer, and go to your “Kingdom of Heaven” at once!

          • Jack Herer

            Are you actually telling this person to get aids or cancer because they have criticised someone’s arrogant, self congratulatory propaganda? You people are twisted. Have any of you spared a thought for those who have died before sprinting to the internet to spout spurious rubbish focussing entirely on yourselves and your own agenda? I feel sorry for you all. Except hivemind, you’re just a cnut.

          • dale ruff

            The war on truth has won: the discussion has been reduced to personal insults.

        • Rachel Flanagan

          Mandu made many valid points, and quite a few people agree with him.
          Your post on the other hand is immature and inarticulate.

          • Jack Herer

            Are you reading the same page as me?! Mandu’s ONLY point was that he alone understands the truth off the world and can save us! Might I also point out that Grace merely repeated the same words that mandu used and yet is the immature and inarticulate one? Next I suppose you will provide incontrovertible evidence that black is white. Delusional.

          • Rachel Flanagan

            Yes, I am reading the same page, and you’re full of it Jack.
            I don’t need to articulate, because Mandu2 did such an excellent job.
            The only people who are “delusional” are those watching a television set, and believing the absolute garbage being broadcast, which is nothing but social engineering, and propaganda for the masses. Shaming people, calling them “conspiracy theorists,” or “delusional” are your only weapons, and they don’t work anymore.
            Find some new material Jack, you’re boring.

          • Jack Herer

            I suppose youtube is considerably more balanced and informative than tv then is it?

          • Rachel Flanagan

            Now you’re showing your true colors Jack. If you think MSM is “balanced and informative” your brain dead mate.

          • Jack Herer

            Ha I assume by MSM you mean mainstream media? not fully up on these conspiracy acronyms but anyway no I don’t watch anything of the sort. If I want information I read it from a source that I feel I can trust, I guess you do the same but you obviously trust different sources to me. I was accusing you of being delusional because in a fanatical fervour of support for your fellow theorist, you failed to notice that he didn’t make a single point other than the assurance of his heroic single-handed salvation of the human race. Read it again.

        • dale ruff

          The CIA, which invented the invective “conspiracy theory), while being the world’s leading conspiricist, has captured your brain.

        • RJ O’Guillory

          …well…honey….I worked for US Department of Defense for over 24 years…all over their corrupt empire. Japan to Europe, Korea to Bosnia, US Army Beer Tents in Hungary to a personal tour of Air Force One…I have seen all of those things. I was also a Federally Protected Whistle Blower for over two decades with DoD, and was threatened, harassed and set up for crimes I did not commit. I have sat in rooms filled with government employees planning illegal activity…(all very petty, performance-related cover-ups, or pure theft and neglect of their responsibilities…but very indicative of the larger corruption)…and I secretly tape-recoded my bosses explaining to me how the corrupt government works, and how they would…”get me”….”come after me”….”makes criminal stuff up about me”, etc. etc. So MANDU2 is the person with the realistic viewpoint…and you sound like a naïve child who will need their blanket soon, as all the real harsh starvation and violence begins to engulf this country. It is funny…(really sad)…that for over forty years we “tin-foil-hat” folks have been explaining to the dense, general population what is going to happen. We clearly laid out what was going on, what their plans were…and we did it with documentation, evidence and historic precedent. Everything we have predicted has come true. You have lost most of your Bill-of-Rights, 911 was an obvious false flag, as was Sandy Hook, OK City, etc. etc. You are being forced to vaccinate your kids in some places…they are stealing billions of dollars worth of property without any kind of legal conviction…the police are killing indiscriminately…and are abusing their powers….we live in a constant state of surveillance and a police state….but you think we are the “crazy people”? No, you are just scared to death that we have been correct all along, and now your opinion is worthlessly dismissed by over 60% of the country. Please…quit being an idiot, or get better at being a traitor…so that when we get legal control of our Constitutional Republic again…we can charge, convict and hang people like yourself for treason.
          RJ O’Guillory

          • tom

            RJ O’Guillory, MANDU2, tell it like it is, keep up the good fight, we’re going to win

          • RJ O’Guillory

            Hope & Change

            Can the people be awakened,
            is there still enough time?
            Are the powers that be frightened,
            intimately aware of their crime?

            Can you feel the anger building,
            the increased rate of rage?
            As people begin to recognize,
            their ever-shrinking cage.

            Can you feel liberty shrinking,
            diced up into little cubes?
            Courts pretend to rule,
            as though we’re silly rubes.

            Can you feel the Revolution,
            the ever-growing vibes?
            People throwing off their chains,
            of blatant corruption and bribes.

            Can you get the humiliation,
            the years of pent-up fury?
            Millions rotting in prisons,
            no right to trial or jury.

            Can you feel all the sorrow,
            of all this Hope & Change?
            People have come to realize,
            their dreams were really strange.

            Can you sense the switch of direction,
            the move towards Change & Hope?
            As the crowds begin to gather,
            each…with a length of rope.

            RJ O’Guillory

    • Cassandra DeCourcy

      Why do you bother with activistpost if you’re this closed-minded?

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      Daniel S. Thompson • 4 hours ago

      How can you write an article like this without noting that:

      1. France had recently announced that it would refuse to sign the TPP treaty (the treaty negotiated in secrecy that we only know anything about due to Wikileaks, by which politicians are surrendering national sovereignty to an unelected global corporate authority).

      2. Israel recently threatened France with “Grave Consequences” for its stated intention to recognize Palestine as a legitimate nation.

      WHEN SOMEONE THREATENS SOMEONE ELSE, SHOULDN’T THAT PERSON OR PERSONS BE VIEWED AS A SUSPECT? Especially when Israel was implicated in 9/11 – google “Dancing Israelis” or “9/11 Israeli Art Students.”

      This is false flag terror. Israel is not the only party behind it all – its a bid for global government, overseen by the Anglo-American banking establishment (according to insiders Anthony C. Sutton and Bill Clinton mentor Carroll Quigley). But clearly, a superabundance of evidence shows that the Zionists were involved.
      Please report on the connections between Zionism and the American Neo-conservative project. Take this on directly, and thereby cease to give the appearance of a “limited hangout” of information.

    • George_Costanza

      Crime Explainers
      Conspiracy: multi-person crime
      Theory: systematic explanation based upon facts & evidence

  • georgesilver

    GLADIO is alive and well.

  • Gracebewithyou

    You’re somehow blaming this on Israel? You’re all idiots.

    • hivemind

      Fanatical piece-of-shit. Kill yourself – the only advice you deserve.

  • J C

    So basically what you’re saying is, because the media is not clear on what exactly happened, that proves that this was conducted by the French government.

    • NeveR86

      no, he’s saying there are worrying signs this is another false flag. he didn’t say anything was proved. but if our govt created ISIS and ISIS did this then what does this mean?

    • Cassandra DeCourcy

      I don’t think Brandon is wrong for saying that we should try to be objective, and remain critical of the main stream media’s narrative, when we have obviously been lied to in the past. Sound reasonable? Sounds reasonable to me. At no point does he conclusively say this is a false flag, he is just saying here are some places to look to see if it all adds up. Try reading the actual words and not jumping the gun. You could learn from him.

      • Man’s Ruin

        Yes, Cassandra: you have just understood the pattern poor thinking and conspiracy consciousness tends to follow. You BEGIN with a reasonable question but suddenly appeal to ignorance takes over, throw in a little Gish Gallop and a gallon of ad hominem against any reasonable voices and viola! You’ve been suckered by mentally ill idiots.

    • RJ O’Guillory

      …shill…

  • Rollo10

    We should also remember the words of Ban Ki Moon UN Gen Sec, he said “US troops in Syria are illegal and bombing a Sovereign nation is illegal”! A UN nation can only ‘attack’ a Sovereign nation for purposes of ‘Self-Defence’ and Hollande has just declared it a war! He used the ‘Self-Defence’ term when he sent his bombers in on 1/10/2015.

  • Assad said in 2014 that most of the European terrorists in Syria are French.

  • free fall Tower 7

    See ”The Power Principle” from ”Films For Action” or on you tube.
    You’ll all have much to discuss then!

  • Paul Manning

    I am sorry this has to be the biggest load of crap I have ever read, it seems to be written by someone that wants to make mountains out of mole hills, It is so crass and simplistic that I don’t see the point of taking it too seriously. Have fun with this, but it is getting us nowhere and will only confuse the issue of Islamisation and the terrible ideology that is Islam, that is the problem here in the world, face up to it instead of this BS!

    • hivemind

      Who invited them in, and why ? Oh you have no concern for that, of course, you only got BS.

    • Menninki

      You sound like a rabid, counterjihadist Islam hater. As if the neocon wars and the rise of AQ and ISIS were mainstream muslim creations.

    • General Without Borders

      The closed minded and cognitively dissonant will never be able to see what is right in front of them. Ignorance is truly bliss. Take a blue pill.

      • Cassandra DeCourcy

        I guarantee they have and would pick the blue pill each time its offered… most of them are too weak to consider the fact that the packaged little world view sold to them through msm isn’t reality… even though its been proven time and time again that they lie to us. lol

        • RJ O’Guillory

          …”Operation Mockingbird”….
          RJ O’Guillory

        • Man’s Ruin

          Sloppy thinking: ad hominem is not analysis.

      • Paul Manning

        I am all that you say I am, because you cant cook can you? Nor can you get a girl freind can you? so there!

        • Gregory Chalance Ryan

          :)

    • RJ O’Guillory

      ……what an idiot you are….even if the issue of Islam is a legitimate one, the NWO creeps are simply using it for their own benefit and paying for the terrorism. Get a clue…you shill….
      RJ O’Guillory

  • darlene

    How about we wait and see what the MSN tells us is the truth eh after all one theory is as good as another . tc all .

  • Daniel S. Thompson

    How can you write an article like this without noting that:

    1. France had recently announced that it would refuse to sign the TPP treaty (the treaty negotiated in secrecy that we only know anything about due to Wikileaks, by which politicians are surrendering national sovereignty to an unelected global corporate authority).

    2. Israel recently threatened France with “Grave Consequences” for its stated intention to recognize Palestine as a legitimate nation.

    WHEN SOMEONE THREATENS SOMEONE ELSE, SHOULDN’T THAT PERSON OR PERSONS BE VIEWED AS A SUSPECT? Especially when Israel was implicated in 9/11 – google “Dancing Israelis” or “9/11 Israeli Art Students.”

    This is false flag terror. Israel is not the only party behind it all – its a bid for global government, overseen by the Anglo-American banking establishment (according to insiders Anthony C. Sutton and Bill Clinton mentor Carroll Quigley). But clearly, a superabundance of evidence shows that the Zionists were involved.
    Please report on the connections between Zionism and the American Neo-conservative project. Take this on directly, and thereby cease to give the appearance of a “limited hangout” of information.

    • T Christiansen

      yes, France has stepped on some NWO toes lately!

    • nyse

      You’re talking about this as if it’s not the WWE.

    • Toby

      You’re a dipsh*t.

      • Daniel S. Thompson

        Your Mom just told me to tell you to get off the internet and do your homework.

  • gifteconomy

    US and France have helped Bosnian Muslims to behead Serbs!
    Now, their “islamic friends” show the true face … it’s the WWIII

  • John Vian

    This whole scenario is phony to the max. To begin with, France, England, United States, Israel, Turkey and others have been funding and supporting ISIL/ISIS/Al Qaeda/al-Nusra with their own tax monies and military weapons all along. These so-called terrorists are nothing but a front/scapegoat for the war against Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya and others because these countries are setting on 70% of the worlds oil. It is well known that the United States has not been fighting against these terrorist organizations but against the sovereign countries who refuses to bow to the American Imperialism. It only proves that there are no boundaries for what these NWO psychopaths won’t cross.

    • Rachel Flanagan

      Accurate post John.

      • John Vian

        Thank you Rachel.

    • SonsofAnarchy5768

      I just read an article about them bombing in Libya now…..you know fighting the groups they are funding

    • Padpaw22 .

      It’s pure genius if you think about it from an amoral standpoint. Create terrorists to attack you, then profit by making a police state that would have made stalin blush. Now your essentially the dictator of a once prosperous and free nation that instead funnels all it’s wealth to you and a few select cronies.

      Power, wealth, control. All you had to do was sell out every other citizen under your care to be given the powers of a king.

      • John Vian

        And if I can get everyone to revolt on the Federal Income Tax I’ve done my part…

  • Rachel Flanagan

    The,”found a Syrian passport” should be the first clue it stinks.

    Because terrorist always bring their ID to a job. NOT.

  • SonsofAnarchy5768

    So France, a nation that had wide open borders welcoming in refugees from nations destroyed by western interventions, but bans their own people from carrying guns to defend themselves, has been attacked by ISIS, a terrorist group created and funded by the United States as part of one of those interventions, and Hollande is setting the stage to call for more interventions.

  • Michael Bowen Roberts

    Terror attacks should be responded to immediately and not by just one nation but all nations multinational forces these attacks are against all peoples who do not agreed with terrorist and their motives, delays only allow them to replenish and reorganize….these are the peoples that will initiate a nuclear attacks that the world has never seen as most devices are hundreds of times stronger that the atom bomb. Children are bought and sold through out the world this is attacks against the future of the human races not just religious ethics but all who oppose the Ideals of terrorist…..this is not new warfare but the oldest type warfare known to man we have now as the US has been involved since 2001, we have forgotten the terrorist attacks that led to 9/11.
    We are focused on what happens overseas and while we focus on those events the real attacks are on the future of the US thru our offspring their numbers dwindle down and many are taken into trafficking rings formed Ironically for their protection.
    A nation like the USA or The Ussr is not a deciding event to killing terrorist as many organizations were formed out of cold war events caused by broken polocies and or agreements. Aman in a mud home faces off with a thirty million dollar aircraft like a hind or an apache aircraft is one thing lighting up a nuclear weapon and launching an attack is a completely different ball game.
    I been in those societies when the Abram’s building was damaged long ago In Frankfurt, Germany and we condoned.. this condonement continued till 9/11 this time the death tool was too great in one event. Just like a life cycle so this is the cycle of terrorist organizations they are in recovery and hiding and awaiting for their next attack…..These attacks are planned and excecuted with precision , the targets are not the victims but the populations to intimidate and disrupt the nations with in the world and it works quite well in the past and if we have no immediate response groups this will continue as it has hundreds of years before

  • FIREBRED

    Even as it MAY have some hallmarks of false flag scenario, the core
    event undoubtedly was the real McCoy, bona-fide carnage.
    There ALWAYS exists a possibility of someone
    egging Muslims to commit such atrocities,
    most certainly though, it never takes
    whole lot of arm twisting, lol!

  • General Without Borders

    The family of Israeli spy agencies is also known as ISIS. For the Zionists ISIS stands for Israeli Secret
    Intelligence Service.

  • SEAN THOMAS

    Of course, as usual, the attacks took place after markets closed in New York.

  • General Without Borders

    Remember the official motto of the Israeli Mossad: “By Way Of Deception, Thou Shalt Do War”

    FALSE FLAG…FALSE FLAG

  • Tony Johnson

    Israeli Secret Intelligence Service

  • Tom

    Promoters of Globalism have allowed the gullible to think that the NWO would allow everyone freedom of movement between all nations. Whoopee! We can take a visit or live anywhere we want with no passport or visa! NOT. For years I’ve said that Globalization would only give corporations and their managers this freedom of movement, but would impose on the rest of us a globally coordinated lockdown of all borders. Note the timing of the current lockdown in progress: the paperwork for the TPP, TTIP, and TiSA corporate takeover of the world is now completed, so the teaser freedom of movement Europeans were granted under European Union border rules can now be yanked away. All it took was a mass invasion of “refugees” followed by the right false flag attack.

  • RJ

    Does this mean that there isn’t any such thing as radical Islamic terrorism? Is it ALL perpetrated by the West, or is some of it “real?”

    • Ron Maimon

      None of it is real, but these organizations are composed of actually brainwashed 18 year olds, so they can do stupid things sometimes, it’s hard to tell.

  • leevitowt

    Agreed.

  • Cassandra DeCourcy

    This is incredibly defensive… you must be very insecure to post some rabid tirade like this. You have made no point whatsoever, and the author of the article is, from what I can tell, just asking people to view the main stream media’s story with a critical eye, as it has lied to us in the past. Smfh @ people not understanding that.

    • Paul Manning

      Ok will this do you?… or will I get back from you that same old “You sound like this are that” from your gut feelings about thinking you got me all figured out”.. A simplistic position or belief can be depicted, a picture if you like, that all Islamic extremists do what they do as a result of USA policy and from the west in general. is that true? I do not blame it all on the west, for the west’s interference cannot be a justified excuse for Jihadists to act as they do. Does it excuse “Radical Muslims” from beheading their own Islamic believers and those not of
      their own particular sect, well does it? It excuses the rape of young Yazidee tribe
      girls and also the murdering of neutral aid workers who tried to help Syrians, does it? Does it excuse the chopping off of the hand of a thief under Sharia law, does it? Does it excuse the degrading of Muslim women by Muslim extremists does
      it? and the shooting in the head of a young girl who desires an education at
      school but prevented from doing so by the crazy thinking of extremist Taliban in
      Afghanistan? There may be some validity in the story told by many that the USA policy is to blame for the increase of Muslim extremism but that does not account for, nor does it justify, the crass ideology that makes some Muslims treat other
      Muslims and other people the evil way they do. You cannot possibly blame it all
      on U.S. Foreign policy in the middle east though I agree they have made things
      much worse.

      However, Muslim extremism and its Quaranic dogma, in general, places
      an individual responsibility on all Muslims to make Jihad and holy war on the
      west this, yes this even in spite of the west’s policies in Islamic lands. Therefore I
      believe that Jihad would have taken place even without the west’s interference
      in the middle east anyway. This whole sad issue is far more complex than many
      would suggest. And yes I have great sympathy for the Palestinians they have been
      wronged and Zionists are to blame for a lot of this but not everything they suffer from. There
      are no simple solutions it is a massive issue with many historical factors
      involved religious and racial. But you cannot blame everything on America to do
      so would be a serious ignorant mistake to make and its not that
      simple.

  • Otis

    Not to mention …. (Drumroll)… one of the terrorists conveniently dropped his passport nearby! This has now become the calling card of any false flag attack -unless you are still determined to believe in coincidences

    • nyse

      You’d think these guys would start wearing those under-the-shirt travel belts at this point.

  • Martin

    T’as l’air con. Mais genre vraiment con. Met toi au vert pour te relaxer ou alors une corde autour du coup. Moron

  • drbhelthi

    You might look behind the scenes to view the powers that are driving Moslem folk from their homes and into the EU. It is not islam. It is the same ones who used the US military to attack Iraq, and who held NATO air maneuvers over the Sinai that shot down the Russian A321 with an air-to-air missile from a US-made F-15, and the same ones who formed the plan to destroy “7 countries in 5 years”, found in the Pentagon on 21 Sep 2001.

    • Paul Manning

      Sure we didn’t go to the moon either. And ISIS is run by the CIA, and was a plot to take the oil. And Sharia law makes good reading for those who chop off heads and hands, The CIA IS to blame for it ALL YER SURE????

      • drbhelthi

        Certaily not !
        Reading “Gideon´s Spies – – ” by Gordon Thomas, and following on with “Profits of War, Inside the Secret U.S.-Israeli Arms Network,” by Ari Ben-Menasche will clarify some of your confusion. Of course, if you are a member of the historical society that abides by the motto, “By way of deception, thou shalt do war,” you know the answer. The CIA is an organization formed by pimps of Hitler´s movement, who take their orders from the Olde City of London, the origin of which is revealed in Gordon Thomas´s book. The functional HQ of the “society” is located in the Tel Aviv area, with an extension office in Munich, Wash. D.C., and Berlin. In addition to their tool of NATO, they also have ISIS-ISIL, or whatever they are calling the israeli, mercenary army this month. http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/07/11/hack-of-netanyahu-chief-of-staff-shows-israeli-control-of-isis/

        • Toby

          hahahahahahaha

      • Alex Lumpkin

        Hahahaha, you made me laugh really loud… Who said we actually went to the moon?

      • Ron Maimon

        ISIS used to be run by the CIA, Mossad, and other intelligence agencies, but it isn’t clear it still is. It probably got out of control, but it might still be doing what people in the agencies want. Either way, it has nothing to do with any Muslims, and it must be destroyed.

  • darlene

    here we go … serebra sana channel on youtube ( out of paris ) is saying there were goverment run multi site attack drills planned for the same day , check it out . tc all .

  • OleGerstrom

    Now please, this researcher is doing some sloppy work. There were 5 attacks lasting almost 4 hours from the first began untill the last ended. Not all the terrorists committed suicide, but were shot by the police. So of course it takes some time, untill there is a final figure for number of attackers. Actually the last is, that more suspects have been caught in Belgium. Reports of both AK47 and shotguns used is no contradiction. And so on. Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Denmark

  • darlene

    Lets send this viral , odinroc youtube channel ( of sandyhook ) also just posted this video from serebra sana channel ( youtube ) on the paris attacks and how the goverment was runninng multi site attack drills on the same day . tc all

  • Michael Mazur

    It didn’t happen. No one was killed. Training exercise only. Mute the volume. See, no evidence of death of anyone.

  • mohammed

    god article

  • mohammed

    ooh look pray for paris BULL shit..how about SYRIA, INDIA, IRAQ, afghanistan, freaking palestine where tons of innocent muslims die or get beaten while prayign at the aqsa masjid?? ah well. like chanign the pcitrue will do anything lol

  • Rob Brown

    “Only hours after the first shots were fired, stories and reports are beginning to change and contradict one another.”

    Of course they do. I’ve been at big events, working as a journalist. Bits of information come in over time, as more bodies are discovered, as more criminals are found, as more sites are attacked. The information change over time, which is why officials, rightly don’t say much — because nobody really knows what is going on.

    And while the security agencies are aware of potential attacks, they normally do not the exact “where” and “when” of the event. Those agencies gather information from electronic communication — phone, email, faxes, etc. Terrorists know this, and so key elements are exchanged through person-to-person contact. (The reason Hitler was so successful in launching “The Battle of the Bulge” is that he did not use electronic communications.)

    What appears above is an elaborate “flight of fancy.”

  • 83footsailor

    The NUMBER 1 item is called *** MUSLIM *** RADICALS . /////////////////////////////////////

  • Raphael Bruckner

    Well this is a load of crap

  • Rudy Campilii

    I can tell you that almost 99.9% of Americans I talk to believe the MSM account of events, hook, line and sinker. It’s pathetic that they won’t even consider historical documented false flag events staged by governments.

  • Blaq Tongue

    You dident mention that Israel, Turkey, and the Saudis fund and control ISIS also. This is a attempt to bring France and Europe into Syria to support the Zionist from removing Assad . CAN ANYBODY TELL ME WHY “ISIS” NEVER ATTACKS ISRAEL ????

  • Ratul Aich

    The 5th point exactly what I was thinking. Maybe Energy companies might be involved due to Climate change Summit.

  • JJ

    When I first turned on the TV to watch CNN and Fox News cover the Paris attacks I quickly became aware of two things: 1) I was looking for footage that would be undeniable that an attack actually took place. I saw plenty of emergency personnel and law enforcement and their vehicles and later a few bodies laying in the street with either a sheet over them or a couple people with blood on them which is not by any means conclusive evidence since we saw bloodied “victims” during the Boston Bombing. Also, we heard the shots in the distance at the concert hall – that could’ve been faked as well. 2) I listened to hours of Shepard Smith reading as if from a script what different “victims” or “witnesses” were saying as he was being fed information. The coverage as to actual victims speaking just wasn’t evident. It seemed so contrived to me. Anyone can write a story line inserting so-called real victims or witnesses. I couldn’t help but think that maybe they decided the crisis actors would be better served lying on the ground covered with sheets rather than actually having them talk on camera and risk being exposed as frauds, which has happened with other staged events.

    I don’t know if anyone was actually killed or this was purely a staged event. What I would like to know is what the people in Paris actually saw, if anything.

    • Amy

      A friend of a friend died at the stadium. The deaths were real.

      • Ron Maimon

        You mean at the concert hall, idiot, there were no deaths at the Stadium, unless your friend of a friend is a suicide bomber. This isn’t a hoax, it’s either a false flag, or an out of control ISIS doing what it says it is doing.

  • ErickDean

    The problem is France has refused to separate itself from the global snooping led by the United
    States (which could soon experience similar chaos internally and the violent executions in Sandy
    Hook, Columbine,and many others are examples of this foreboding possibility and all executed by
    home grown American psychopaths!)

    LEAVE OTHER PEOPLE’S DESTINIES ALONE AND DON’T BE SO STUPIDLY NAIVE AS TO LET
    THEM EMIGRATE INTO YOUR COUNTRY AFTER DESTABILIZING THEIRS!

  • OleGerstrom

    It is reported that 129 victims died in Paris. And 352 were wounded. People claiming these are all crisis actors should present some evidence to that effect. Because we had a faked 911 does not mean that all muslim terror attacks are faked. Here in Copenhagen we had 2 killed in January. One at the synagoge and the other at a meeting with swedish artist Lars Wilks. I should have attended the last, but I could not attend because my wife had invited guests. Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    • Johnny Kay

      OleGerstrom: It may be useful to differentiate between the two distinct psy-ops attacks being thrown at us: “False-Flag attacks” and “Hoax Attacks”.

      The author is not saying the November 13, 2015 Paris event was a hoax attack — a staged event in which the attack is fake and all of the participants are actors, like Sandy Hook. The author writes that Paris was a false-flag attack — a real attack carried out by the government and blamed on others, like 9/11.

      • OleGerstrom

        Sure Johnny, we should differentiate. But when the author claims that Paris was false flag, he should produce evidence to that effect. He has not done so. Not one single piece.

        • Jeroen van Baardwijk

          Sadly, that’s standard practice among the Tin Foil Hat crowd: they don’t provide solid evidence for their accusations, they just make the accusations and then claim that it’s up to the people who don’t believe them to prove them wrong. The whole concept of ‘innocent until proven guilty’ is lost on them.

          • Ron Maimon

            There is no innocent regarding ISIS. It is an organization with 0% support in Syria, in Iraq, and in Jordan. It’s entirely a creation of outside intelligence agencies and billionaire angel investors. The “Tin Foil Hat crowd” is you, and your stupid friends.

          • Jeroen van Baardwijk

            If they had zero support, they wouldn’t have been able to recruite ten of thousands of people. Unless, of course, you can prove that all those ISIS fighters are really government employees who are more than happy to blow themselves up.

          • Ron Maimon

            They didn’t “recruit” tens of thousands locally by political persuasion, they coerced thousands of impoverished people to join them with high salary payments in an economically destitute area. They also acquired a bunch of male foreign fighters by giving them the chance to capture and rape women at will. There is nothing religious going on here. There is 0% support for ISIS in Lebanon (it actually polls at zero percent) and Syria likewise, except there is no poll in Syria because nobody can speak freely, and you need to consider those who are directly paid by the organization, and the foreign fighters themselves. The “true believers” consist of a handful of 20 year old kids with AK-47s who are drunk with power. This is not a grassroots organization, or a Muslim organization, it is an out-of-control creation that has been funded from outside, and now controls enough oil-wealth to be self-sustaining.

            The doesn’t make the Paris attack a false-flag necessarily, as by this point, the self-interest of those in ISIS is to preserve their little fiefdom. But it does mean that the organization has nothing to do with local political choices among Muslims, and everything to do with the choices that your tax dollars support. Nobody in the region would have formed or maintained an ISIS without outside intervention, and the only people who work for them are deluded kids, insane people, or those who only chase after money and power.

  • OleGerstrom

    To the moderator: you have deleted my posting on drills. This is outrageous. Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    • hybrid1000

      Yes, they deleted my post about drills too.

  • MCDuguesclin

    blah blah blah

  • Pauline Nixon Araujo

    At the time all this happened and became news I already had my suspicions that things weren’t quite what the media was telling us.. It seemed too convenient that the arrested gun man shouted ‘I am from ISIS’. and a Syrian passport was found completely undamaged seems just too much of a coincidence.. I’d keep on questioning.. and digging deeper.. People are starting to wake up to the truth.. and we can’t afford to bury our heads in the sand again and pretend our Governments have our interests at heart.. Everyone knows Govts don’t HAVE hearts.. that would make them human.

    • OleGerstrom

      Pauline, there was no arrested gunman. Nobody shouted “I am from ISIS”. The Syrian passport is not used to prove anything. But there were terrorists who shouted “Allah Akbar.” Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Denmark, Europe.

      • Mo Bajraktari

        Woah, anyone who can shout “Allahu Akbar”(with the correct intonation, I grant you) is automatically assumed to be an ISIS terrorist who conveniently carries a Syria passport (on this occasion), whilst being armed to teeth in a country that has one the World’s strictest gun laws. And lightening seems to have struck twice too…

  • Hank

    This indicates TWO things to me-

    1) The powers behind these attacks have no respect for the intelligence of the everyday tax-paying citizens and
    2) this disrespect is well justified!

    Once there was Trojan Horse that allegedly helped mercenaries COVERTLY get behind enemy defenses. Now we have ISIS which is a Trojan Horse only because many people are unaware of its true source of power. It is COVERT obnly to those with blinders on.

  • TheLordSod .

    No, these are mostly reasons you are confused.

  • Stephen Jackson

    Nut Job writer

  • OleGerstrom

    Just saw on Danish TV, DR1, Mark Colclough, a 43-year-old British-Danish dual citizen, who with tears in his eyes, told about seing one of the Paris shooters at a cafe, where he killed 3 persons. Colclough was at the place with a friend, and he gave witness testimony about the murders to the French police. Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Denmark

  • jay3333

    can you tell us if ANY attacks by ISIS were real or were all of the false flags? what about Boko Haram- did they really kill 147 kenyan students and shoot up that mall in Nairobi? and kidnap those girls?

  • Deane Kenealy

    Bigots and morons unite. Blame the US and Israel. You have nothing to lose but you souls.

    • Lauriesheri

      You really should have said. “Bigots and morons unite. You blame the US and Israel because you have minds, eyes and ears, which you utilize to produce THOUGHT.

      • Deane Kenealy

        If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.
        Adolf Hitler
        You believe

      • Rachel Flanagan

        Nailed it.

  • OleGerstrom

    I just wrote some factual data on islam, but it was deleted by the moderator. Could it please be undeleted.

  • OleGerstrom

    It is reported, that French authorities have 11.400 persons registered as radicals. France is a ticking bomb.

  • kooky katt

    Breaking!!!: The oil jackpot was discovered in Syria in 2013. Please, tell me how this is a “conspiracy”

  • kooky katt

    DISCUSS HOW THE SYRIAN OIL JACKPOT HAS BEEN DISCOVERED. TELL ME HOW THIS IS A “CONSPIRACY” Please dig deeper. For once in your life

  • Man’s Ruin

    For as long as you’ve been a complete moron, apparently.

  • Man’s Ruin

    You don’t really know what “proven” means, do ya, Bunky? Back to the 6th grade for you!

  • RS

    In the “official” video in the alley, a woman hangs from a window ledge for 8-10 minutes, sometimes by one hand, yeah sure, no harness used here, move along folks… but wait there’s more. In the same video, one of the “dead” victims laying in front of the doors, is clearly seen using his smart phone… maybe reserving his place in heaven. Since there is for the first time in modern history no private cell videos of this, this video is a “official” recording.

  • Ron Maimon

    This is not likely a false flag, because the operatives were killed in a suicide operation, so they needed to be brainwashed young people, not seasoned intelligence agency people. They were likely receiving orders via internet, and getting supplies, guns and suicide vests, from couriers, and only needed to meet up on the day of the attack. France seems to have been immune to such false flags in the past. While ISIS is a Western and Saudi creation, once it acquired independent sources of financing through looting ancient art and oil production, it seems to have a life of its own, and it can no longer be controlled. This attack is probably what people are saying. That is not to say that past events, the ones between 2000 and 2010 are as they seem, those are clearly false flags, as they have reported drills associated to them, in ways that are statistically impossible. I doubt very much there were any drills in Paris on Friday.

    • Harry

      Hi Ron, it’s Harry; we used to chat on Facebook from time-to-time. Out-of-interest, why did you delete your Facebook account?

      • Ron Maimon

        I never chatted with a “Harry”, but if you want to know the reason, read Richard Stallman on Facebook. It’s a terrible place to be.

  • Friday is Juma – the day of prayer, so it’s unlikely a muslim would do this over a football game.

  • Bobby English

    THE TWO JESUIT POPES ARE THE RULERS OF EVIL.

    (Without this knowledge, you are acting like Pavlovian dogs)

    ” RULERS OF EVIL ” BY TUPPER SAUCY

    “The Roman Catholic Church is a State.” — BISHOP MANDELL CREIGHTON, LETTERS

    SUBLIMINAL ROME

    NOTE: For footnotes and illustrations, see hard-cover edition. When a Pulitzer Prize-winning
    reporter announced in his 1992 Time Magazine cover story that a “conspiracy” binding President Ronald Reagan and Pope John Paul II into a “secret, holy alliance” had brought about the demise of communism, at least one reader saw through the hype.

    Professor Carol A. Brown of the University of Massachusetts fired off a letter to Time’s editors saying,

    Last week I taught my students about the separation of church and state. This week I learned that the
    Pope is running U.S. foreign policy. No wonder our young people are cynical about American ideals.

    What Brown had learned from Carl Bernstein I had discovered for myself over several years of
    private investigation: the papacy really does run United States foreign policy, and always has.

    Yes, Bernstein noted that the leading American players behind the Reagan/Vatican conspiracy, to a
    man, were “devout Roman Catholics” – namely, William Casey (Director, CIA), Richard Allen (National Security Advisor), Judge William Clark (National Security Advisor), Alexander Haig (Secretary of State), Vernon Walters (Ambassador-at-Large), and William Wilson (Ambassador to the Vatican State).

    But the reporter neglected to mention that the entire Senate Foreign Relations committee was
    governed by Roman Catholics, as well. Specifically, Senators Joseph Biden (Subcommittee on European Affairs), Paul Sarbanes (International Economic Policy, Trade, Oceans, and Environment), Daniel P. Moynihan (Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs), John Kerry (Terrorism, Narcotics, and International Communications) and… Christopher Dodd (Western Hemi-sphere and Peace Corps
    Affairs).

    Bernstein would have been wandering off-point to list the Roman Catholic leaders of American
    domestic policy, such as Senate majority leader George Mitchell and Speaker of the House Tom Foley. In fact, when the holy alliance story hit the stands, there was virtually no arena of federal legislative activity, according to The 1992 World Almanac of US Politics, that was not directly controlled by a Roman Catholic senator or representative. The committees and subcommittees of the United States Senate and House of Representatives governing commerce, communications and telecommunications, energy, medicine, health, education and welfare, human services, consumer protection, finance and financial institutions, transportation, labor and unemployment, hazardous materials, taxation, bank regulation, currency and monetary policy, oversight of the Federal Reserve System, commodity prices,
    rents services, small business administration, urban affairs, European affairs, Near Eastern & South Asian affairs, terrorism/narcotics/ international communications, international economic/trade/ oceans/environmental policy, insurance, housing, community development, federal loan guarantees, economic stabilization measures (including wage and price controls), gold and precious metals transactions, agriculture, animal and forestry industries, rural issues, nutrition, price supports, Food for Peace, agricultural exports, soil conservation, irrigation, stream channelization, flood-control, minority
    enterprise, environment and pollution, appropriations, defense, foreign operations, vaccines, drug labeling and packaging, drug and alcohol abuse, inspection and certification of fish and processed
    food, use of vitamins and saccharin, national health insurance proposals, human services, legal services, family relations, the arts and humanities, the handicapped, and aging –

    in other words, virtually every aspect of secular life in America – came under the chairmanship of one of these Roman Catholic laypersons:

    Frank Annunzio Joseph Biden Silvio Conte Kika De la Garza John Dingell Christopher Dodd Vic Fazio James Florio Henry Gonzalez Thomas Harkin Edward Kennedy John Kerry John LaFalce Patrick Leahy Charles Luken Edward Madigan Edward Markey Joseph McDade Barbara Mikulski George Miller Daniel Moynihan John Murtha Mary Rose Oakar David Obey Claiborne Pell Charles Rangel Dan Rostenkowski or Edward Roybal.

    Vatican Council II’s Constitution on the Church (1964) instructs politicians to use their secular offices to advance the cause of Roman Catholicism. Catholic laypersons,

    “whoever they are, are called upon to expend all their energy for the growth of the Church and its continuous sanctification,” and “to make the Church present and operative in those places and circumstances where only through them can it become the salt of the earth” (iv, 33).

    Vatican II further instructs all Catholics

    “by their competence in secular disciplines and by their activity [to] vigorously contribute their effort so that … the goods of this world may be more equitably distributed among all men, and may in their
    own way be conducive to universal progress in human and Christian freedom … and [to] remedy the customs and conditions of the world, if they are an inducement to sin, so that they all may be conformed to the norms of justice and may favor the practice of virtue rather than hinder it” (iv, 36).

    Vatican II affirms Catholic doctrine dating back to 1302, when Pope Boniface VIII asserted that

    “it is absolutely necessary for the salvation of every human creature to be subject to the Roman Pontiff.”

    This was the inspiration for the papacy to create the United States of America that materialized in 1776, by a process just as secret as the Reagan-Vatican production of Eastern Europe in 1989.

    What? American government Roman Catholic from the beginning?

    Consider: the land known today as the District of Columbia bore the name “Rome” in 1663 property records; and the branch of the Potomac River that bordered “Rome” on the south was called “Tiber.” This information was reported in the 1902 edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia’s article on Daniel Carroll. The article, specifically declaring itself “of interest to Catholics” in the 1902 edition, was deleted from the New Catholic Encyclopedia (1967).

    Other facts were reported in 1902 and deleted from 1967.

    For example, when Congress met in Washington for the first time, in November, 1800, “the only two really comfortable and imposing houses within the bounds of the city” belonged to Roman Catholics. One was Washington’s first mayor, Robert Brent. The other was Brent’s brother-in-law, Notley Young, a Jesuit priest.

    Daniel Carroll was a Roman Catholic congressman from Maryland who signed two of America’s fundamental documents, the Articles of Confederation and the United States Constitution. Carroll was a direct descendant of the Calverts, a Catholic family to whom King Charles I of England had granted Maryland as a feudal barony. Carroll had received his education at St. Omer’s Jesuit College in Flanders, where young English-speaking Catholics were trained in a variety of guerrilla techniques
    for advancing the cause of Roman Catholicism among hostile Protestants.

    In 1790, President George Washington, a Protestant, appointed Congressman Carroll to head a commission of three men to select land for the “federal city” called for in the Constitution. Of all places, the commission chose “Rome,” which at the time consisted of four farms, one of which belonged to… Daniel Carroll. It was upon Carroll’s farm that the new government chose to erect its most important building, the Capitol.

    The American Capitol abounds with clues of its Roman origins. “Freedom,” the Roman goddess whose statue crowns the dome, was created in Rome at the studio of American sculptor Thomas Crawford. We find a whole pantheon of Roman deities in the great fresco covering the dome’s interior rotunda: Persephone, Ceres, Freedom, Vulcan, Mercury, even a deified George Washington. These figures were the creation of Vatican artist Constantino Brumidi.

    The fact that the national Statehouse evolved as a “capitol” bespeaks Roman influence. No building can rightly be called a capitol unless it’s a temple of Jupiter, the great father-god of Rome who ruled heaven with his thunderbolts and nourished the earth with his fertilizing rains. If it was a capitolium, it
    belonged to Jupiter and his priests.

    Jupiter’s mascot was the eagle, which the founding fathers made their mascot as well. A Roman eagle tops the governing idol of the House of Representatives, a forty-six-inch sterling silver and- ebony wand called a “mace.” The mace is “the symbol of authority in the House.” When the Sergeant-at-arms displays it before an unruly member of Congress, the mace restores order. Its position at the rostrum tells whether the House is in “committee” or in “session.”

    America’s national motto “Annuit Coeptis” came from a prayer to Jupiter. It appears in Book IX of
    Virgil’s epic propaganda, the Aeneid, a poem commissioned just before the birth of Christ by Caius Maecenas, the multi-billionaire power behind Augustus Caesar. The poem’s objective was to fashion Rome into an imperial monarchy for which its citizens would gladly sacrifice their lives.

    Fascism may be an ugly word to many, but its stately emblem is apparently offensive to no one. The emblem of fascism, a pair of them, commands the wall above and behind the speaker’s rostrum in the Chamber of the House of Representatives. They’re called fasces, and I can think of no reason for them to be there other than to declare the fascistic nature of American republican democracy.

    A fasces is a Roman device. Actually, it originated with the ancient Etruscans, from whom the earliest Romans derived their religious jurisprudence nearly three thousand years ago. It’s an axe-head whose handle is a bundle of rods tightly strapped together by a red sinew. It symbolizes the ordering of priestly functions into a single infallible sovereign, an autocrat who could require life and limb of his subjects. If the fasces is entwined with laurel, like the pair on the House wall, it signifies Caesarean military power. The Romans called this infallible sovereign Pontifex Maximus, “Supreme Bridgebuilder.”

    No Roman was called Pontifex Maximus until the title was given to Julius Caesar in 48 BC. Today’s
    Pontifex Maximus is Pope Francis 1.

    Pope Francis 1 does not hold that title alone. He shares it with a mysterious partner, a military man, a man holding an office that has been known for more than four centuries as “Papa Nero,” the Black Pope. I shall present evidence that the House fasces represent the Black Pope, who indeed rules the world.

    NOW WE HAVE 2 JESUIT POPES

  • Padpaw22 .

    It’s sad no one ever seems to question how doubling down on removing liberties and rights will stop terrorist acts save that their leadership tells them it will. Then an attack seems to slip through and thus more rights need to be removed until you have none and you are no better than the serfs of old.

  • Mr J.

    Pretty much explains this site…

  • Don Austen

    Boo. What idiot wrote this article? Ah, Brandon Turbeville, secretly working for ISIS to try and disrupt efforts to stop ISIS? Maybe 911 involved the US government, but what’s happened since has not. Some people find conspiracies in butterflies.

  • You must admit the ISIS strategy is brilliant. Don’t attack USRAEL– that could endanger funds and limit access to world markets for oil. Instead attack a vocal critic of the wars, a civilised and progressive nation, so progressive in fact that it’s been voluntarily Islamising for some time now. When your business is war…

    • stil weerstand

      Schlomo,

      Israel’s Sareyet and regular forces could annihilate “ISIS” in weeks. “ISIS” know this, so they don’t engage. They attack Hezbollah because Hezbollah is vastly weaker than Israeli forces. This isn’t the same thing as “attacking Israel’s enemies” at all. And it isn’t a strategy as much as common sense: don’t provoke the westernized military power in the region – the one with nuclear warheads – if you want to keep going.

  • john doe

    Anyone who reads InfoWars needs to be in a mental hospital and heavily medicated.

    • MagicMoose

      How would you know that without reading it?

      • Lauriesheri

        Good one, Magic !!

    • Jeroen van Baardwijk

      Allow me to make John Doe’s statement more accurate: ‘Anyone who reads InfoWars and actually believes what they say, needs to be in a mental hospital and heavily medicated.’

  • Toby

    Show your facts nut case.

    • do some google searches, zionist troll.
      all the information is readily accessible.

  • spiderman

    Why attack France? A nation that hardly involves itself in any military actions and apparently loves mass quantities of Muslims within its borders. Now France is in full bore bombing who knows what spending that expensive ordinance that’s built up over the years. Why not attack UK? They’ve gone into every conflict behind the US. And why no significant attacks in US since 9/11? Yes there’s lone puppies now and then, but nothing major, at all. Why not?

    • OleGerstrom

      The muslims attack France because they are in the process of conquering Europe. France is an easy target because they have 6.5 million muslims in the country and a weak president. You are not allowed to criticize islam. You can easily be dragged into court, if you give factual data on islam, they do not like to hear.

      • spiderman

        not sure you got my point… and if theyre conquering europe it did they pay off all european leaders? or is there another agenda planned by the EU elites themselves? britain has far more muslims than france and has killed many more by participating in ALL US led wars. theyre just as “easy a target”. there are reasons it was france specifically.

        • OleGerstrom

          Yes spiderman, this is the big question. How come, that the European elite is working hard to assist the muslim invasion? Why is it that patriots are fought with hate speach laws? Brave citizens who speak the truth about islam are dragged into court and jailed. They were not allowed to defend themselves in court. One wise politician who wrote 2 heavy books on islam and condensed it all into one sentence “islam is a world crime” was sent to jail for that sentence. He was not allowed to defend himself in court.

  • El_Trolldego

    Wow, someone forgot to take his medicine.

  • OleGerstrom

    There were lots of blood, emotions and tears. 129 killed, 352 wounded. The 2 passports with same details but with different photos only prove fakery. No indication what so ever of false flag or mind control, although it is a theoretical possibility. You should have learned from 911 only to use good evidence. Pure speculations are not interesting. They are harmfull to the cause of truth. Yours, Ole Gerstrom, Copenhagen, Denmark (what is your name?).

  • Marc Hauser

    What laughable nonsense. People spreading this nonsense only hurt our cause. They make all us right wingers out to be kooks.

  • Dave Garry

    What we are shown on TV is the footage of the drill, and they just say it’s the real thing.

  • Franz Rübe

    Great article, but please correct a shocking mistake for every French citizen : France was occupied since 1940, not 1944 ! Paris was liberated on August 25, 1944.

  • Guest

    Let’s not forget the owner of the Bataclan is Arnaud Lagardère who also has a large stake in the European aerospace and defence group EADS. This kind of ‘attack’ is surely good for business, no?

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