January 9, 2015

A Grave Mistake, Indeed: Netanyahu's Chilling Threat To France Prior To The Charlie Hebdo Tragedy

Watch your back. Bibi knows a guy, or two.
"Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu has warned it would be a “grave mistake” for the French parliament to follow the suit of several other European nations in recognizing a Palestinian state in a vote scheduled early December. 
“Recognition of a Palestinian state by France would be a grave mistake," Netanyahu told reporters in Jerusalem. “Do they have nothing better to do at a time of beheadings across the Middle East, including that of a French citizen?” apparently referring to Herve Gourdel executed by Algerian jihadists in September."  "Palestinian state recognition will be a ‘grave mistake’, Netanyahu warns France" RT, November 23, 2014:
"The available evidence suggests the attackers who killed 12 people and wounded 4 more at the French weekly Charlie Hebdo on Wednesday targeted the magazine because of its history of publishing cartoons about Islam and Muslims. But which radical group, if any, the killers might belong to is unclear: Some reports claim the gunmen shouted their allegiance to "Al Qaeda in Yemen" during the attack; others claim that a Charlie Hebdo tweet mocking ISIS's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, suggests that the Islamic State must have been involved. 
Unsatisfied by these explanations, some people are digging deeper, asking who really was to blame for the bloodshed. Here's a rundown of some of the strangest theories." - Sam Brodey, "Meet the Charlie Hebdo Truthers. Here Are Their Bizarre Conspiracy Theories." Mother Jones, January 8, 2015.
Whenever a terrorist attack takes place in Europe, America, or wherever in the Western world, especially one that is done so professionally as the recent one in Paris, answers are not easy to come by.

One thing is certain, though. We can't just follow along with the mainstream media narrative, and trust discredited voices of authority.

One day, they refer to terrorists overseas as rebels and heroes deserving of our mindless praise, and the next day they turn around and attribute every successful terror attack in the West to them. They have no credibility, no consistency, and no logic on their side.

They still want us to believe that al-Qaeda did 9/11 even though that fairy tale has already been put to rest. Osama bin Laden's uncritical followers can believe all they want that their dead leader was responsible for 9/11, but real history, the kind based on facts, points to the CIA and Mossad as being the real criminals who did that attack.

What 9/11 established is that we can't trust the media and government blindly. That is what lazy consumers do, not engaged citizens.

There are several avenues open to us to go down before arriving at the truth of every terror attack. Sometimes, we never arrive at the destination because the waters are muddied the moment we take our first step, and we get lost in the clues, but other times, after much persistence and investigate work by citizen journalists, we do.

As with the Peshawar tragedy in Pakistan, the most immediate culprits in the attack in Paris are obviously the Islamic extremists themselves. But, as the saying goes, the obvious usually tends to be wrong.

Islamist terrorists could be lone wolves who are inspired by ISIS's seductive ideology and act out violently at innocent targets with no prior planning, which is what happened in Ottawa and Sydney. Or they could be members of organized groups who methodically pick out their targets with political goals in mind. The second group are very rare, and the first group are mostly harmless because they're not trained, and are too mentally ill to plot out a huge attack.

Most successful and big terrorist attacks in the West and allies of Western countries are the handiwork of secret intelligence agencies and state security.

The Mossad, the MI6, and the CIA treat the West, and the entire world, as their playground. They assassinate whoever they want, pull off terror attacks wherever they want, exploit the emotional public reaction through their media, and then blame their political enemies of the day.

They could care less about the lives and security of regular citizens. They have nothing but disdain for the public. So they lie about terror attacks, and murder civilians for their own political motives all the time.

Members of the deep state in Pakistan and Turkey, who are linked to the CIA and NATO, commit terror attacks on a regular basis and then blame their internal political enemies, whether they be Baloch rebels, the Taliban, or the PKK.

That is the name of the game, and the CIA and NATO have played this game very well, going back to the 1950s. Mossad, as we all know, is a very astute player. And there are many other players. Countries outside of NATO also use the false flag playbook to pursue their domestic political ends.

Now, does that mean that Mossad and the French deep state were behind this latest tragedy in Paris? No. But, then again, anything is possible. It definitely should be considered, especially since Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave a very clear threat to France in late November, warning its elected politicians that it would be a "grave mistake" if they were to recognize a Palestinian state in a symbolic vote.

French parliamentarians didn't heed his warning, and did the right thing.

But did they pay a price?

Title: Palestinians and Israelis react to French vote recognizing Palestine. Source: Euronews. Date Published: December 2, 2014.