Paris Attacks Phase 2

November 15, 2015

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With the thousands of refugee’s entering Europe from American-caused chaos in the Middle East, the second wave of terror attacks was bound to happen. I’ve waited several days to comment because I wanted to survey the early reports on who, what and why these attacks occurred. Let me be clear that I do not fall into the category that subscribes to the crisis actor line of thought with events such as Sandy Hook, The Boston Marathon bombing, or the first attack in France. What I do look for is pattern recognition between such events – events that cannot be viewed as singular crimes.
First, let’s look at the big picture – America’s proxy war in Syria. There are at least two geostrategic issues to address here; Syrian destruction leading a path to Iran’s doorstep, Iranian destruction leading to compromising Russia, the splintering of Russia leaving China without Russian partnership. Flaunting the myth of “moderate” opposition fighting Syria, Al-Nusra and ISIS have been funded by the Saudi’s, trained by NATO, and nurtured by the CIA. So much so, that Saudi Prince Bandar threatened Russia’s Putin during the last Olympics that he would unleash Sunni fighters on Russian borders if Putin did not go along with dethroning Assad. Now we have seen Russia’s response – bombing the crap out of ISIS-type operations against the Assad government, with the west standing by in a helpless mode.
The second thing to look at is what journalist Pepe Escobar calls “pipelineistan”. If western interests had their way, an oil pipeline would cross through Syria on its route to Europe. As it is now, most of the energy – gas and oil – enters Europe through Russian pipelines. If a Syrian pipeline was built, it would have taken away huge revenues needed by the Russian government. So Syria is about Iran is about Russia. Get it?
Now let’s review two previous tragedies; The Boston Marathon bombing and the first attack in France, referred to as The Charlie Hebdo attack after the newspaper office that was ambushed. Both Tamerlane Tsarnaev (the alleged Boston bomber) and the brothers involved in the Hebdo attack were under surveillance by intelligence authorities. It is highly possible that they were targeted to be recruited by said agencies to act as provocateurs or informants. Tsarnaev had been personally interviewed multiple times by the FBI and the Russians had warned that Tsarnaev had attended a seminar in the Caucasus sponsored by CIA-front The Jamestown Foundation. Tsarnaev’s uncle was also married to a woman whose father was a high-ranking CIA officer.
In the Hebdo attack, French and American news services reported that the brothers involved had been trained and were fighting with NATO-allied anti-Assad forces. They were also shadowed by French intelligence. For more information on these two cases please see my previous articles linked at the bottom of this post.
The best reporting to date on the current tragedy in Paris is being compiled by The Guardian, also linked below. Reports are coming in that at least two of the attackers had refugee status from Syria and had passed through Greece. There are arrests being made in Belgium and Germany of individuals believed to be connected to the attacks.
Additionally, the website “Legitgov” has found news reports that CIA director Brennan had high-level security meetings with French intelligence before the attack:
CIA Director Brennan Met With French Security Chief Before Paris Attacks – Report
November 14, 2015 by legitgov | 13 Nov 2015 | The White House correspondent for French television network Canal+, Laura Haim, reported an interesting tidbit during a live report with MSNBC’s Brian Williams Friday evening. Haim stated that the Central Intelligence Agency director, John O. Brennan, recently met with his counterpart, French intelligence (DGSE) director Bernard Bajolet. The French equivalent of MI6 and CIA is the Direction générale de la sécurité extérieure. See: CIA-GW Intelligence Conference: Panel on The Shared 21st Century International Mission –GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security 29 Oct 2015 Panel on “The Shared 21st Century International Mission” featuring CIA Director John Brennan, former UK MI6 Chief John Sawers, Director of the French Directorate for External Security Bernard Bajolet, and former Israeli National Security Advisor Yaacov Amidror. Held as part of the 2nd Annual Ethos and Profession of Intelligence Conference, co-hosted by the Central Intelligence Agency and the George Washington University. Held on October 27, 2015. Also, see: “Le Moyen-Orient d’avant ne reviendra pas” 28 octobre 2015 Le chef du renseignement extérieur français, Bernard Bajolet, a laissé entendre que des pays comme l’Irak ou la Syrie ne retrouveraient jamais leur ancienne physionomie. “Le Moyen-Orient que nous avons connu est fini et je doute qu’il revienne”, a déclaré, en anglais, le directeur de la DGSE (Direction générale de la sécurité extérieure), dans une conférence mardi sur le renseignement à laquelle participait également le directeur de la CIA John Brennan. -end
It may be that the refugee crisis is being generated to destabilize the E.U., which at times has dragged its heels against NATO’s plan to overthrow Ukraine and the dirty war in Syria. The winners in this chess game are the security services, who will now get very little resistance to higher levels of NSA-type spying. As the saying goes, “the chickens are coming home to roost”. Young men who have been trained by NATO programs in the Middle East are returning to fight “The war at home”.
For more information, please see the articles linked below:

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