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The Paris Attacks (Part 3)

MEN (AND EVEN WOMEN ) IN BLACK – and in flak jackets at a bloody scene that was not anticipated? And you  tell me this was a terrorist act? Unless, of course, if for “terrorists” you enjoin that I   read “Illuminati mercenaries”.


Patsies, dupes and useful idiots; professional executioners; privatised command structure; and controlled corporate media – the Paris mayhem had all the key aspects of  the  successful execution of a false flag terror operation

The Charlie Hebdo siege was not a prolonged, grandstanding affair. It lasted less than a minute, 40 seconds to be precise. This included the “street side” horror – the make-believe killing of the “Muslim” policeman. The whole incident took place practically in a flash. Yet in that twinkling of an eye, we had a man who was lounging in the comfort of his apartment couch record on video a “graphic” portion of the whole grisly affair. And not only that: there was another party, as yet unnamed, who filmed related developments on the street (see accompanying pictures) from some rooftop perch.


The party that was filming from the rooftops not only trained their cameras, or mobile phones so went the spin, on the street below but on the concrete rooftop itself as well. What did we see? We saw a  frenzy of activity on the rooftop, of a cast of about 8 to 10, similarly-clad people who were moving helter-skelter in an apparently choreographed manner that suggested advance drilling. Even more curious, at least two of these people were spotting body armour – bullet-proof vests. The video even shows one such man ducking and diving for feigned cover.

Meanwhile, amid all this agitated activity, one guy is busy texting on his mobile phone in a cool, calm, and collected manner to report to the command structure – the shadowy elements of the whole scheme who were the instigator and bankroller.


There were yet more bizarre happenings. Down on the street, three policemen heave in sight. None of them engages the two gunmen in a fire fight but all move right in their direction as if to somewhat reinforce them. The two gunmen do not fire at the police either but are busy chanting “Alahu Akbar!”, “Alahu Akbar”, in a outlandishly overdone, obviously impressionistic manner. Moments later, the gun men encounter a police car as they round a bend.

They are seen to be unleashing volleys of lead at the car, which frantically reverses in retreat and speeds away. What is stranger than fiction is that the windscreen  shows no cracks from this barrage of AK 47 fire and none of the policemen in the car sustains injuries.

Yet the shooters are expert marksmen who so efficiently  dispatched 12 people only a while ago! Firing at such close quarters, they inflict not a single casualty nor occasion the slightest dent to the car.  This is a classic Hollywood set superimposed on a real life precincts.


But there is more. The video was not shot in a rash, amateurish way and by terrified witnesses cowering on a roof above the scene: it had been skillfully touched up, with  intermittent splicing in of scenes which are unrelated and are not sequential. At one stage, two totally different scenes, the rooftop scenario and the street take, appear in the same frame! Even a wholly visually impaired Stevie  Wonder would tell without strain that what we saw on the videos were not live events but movie-style drills recorded in advance.

There is simply no way the videos would have been shot from several vantage points,  from perfect angles, and with the acoustics of the shootings so loud one gets the impression  the people who were filming stood right beside the attackers to crisply catch the sound bites.

That the 15 seconds-long video itself was even shown to us (through France24 TV: you can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUuYSft1fOw)  was simply in mockery of mankind – that  we guys are so dumb we cannot even see a clear-cut situation of the Illuminati playing Hollywood on us! For as long  as we remain in wilful Cimmerian darkness, the Reptilians will always have a field day on a planet we call our own.


FRENCH SECURITY SEEMINGLY INDIFERRENT
There are still other anomalies about the Paris attacks that bolster the case of a false flag operation. The Charlie Hebdo shootings happened on Richard Lenoir Boulevard.  This is not an obscure backstreet. It is a buzzing-busy street, with double lanes  in either direction, with 5 to 6-floor buildings bearing down on it. It is therefore odd that on that January 7 morning, it was practically devoid of traffic, as though it had been tactfully cordoned off by accomplice police. The traffic seemed to have vanished into thin air on a street where cars move bumper to bumper virtually  round the clock.


Typically, when a red-flag event like this occurs, maybe a dozen police vehicles will be scrambled, with high-pitched sirens wailing away non-stop. In the Charlie Hebdo incident, the first to be deployed were bicycle-mounted cops. When the SWAT vehicles at long last turned up,  they  were no more than two! It is also intriguing that all the men who responded spotted French Foreign Legion haircuts, which is far from a hallmark of ambulance drivers and emergency medical technicians.


There is also this other aspect the international media has almost totally neglected to highlight, or  simply purposefully shielded – that the attacks did not exactly catch the French authorities off-guard. At about 11:00 a.m the previous day, the Algerian government had tipped them off on an imminent “major terrorist operation on French territory”.

That the Algerian government did have  some smattering about the planned massacre  need not raise eyebrows: the Kouachi brothers were French nationals of Algerian origins and the Buttes-Chaumont jihadist recruitment cell, to which the brothers belonged, in the main comprised of Franco-Algerians.   Having been so timeously warned, why didn’t the French government issue a nationwide alert 24 hours before the Charlie Hebdo carnage took place?

 
WHY WAS SURVEILLANCE CALLED OFF?

The Kouachi brothers were not  come-from-nowhere mischief-makers. They were very well-known to the British, French, and US security services. In point of fact, they had  been under surveillance for a very long time. They had been on a British watch list for the last four years with a view to prevent them from entering the UK or transiting through a UK airport.

In the US, they had been logged on a database of known or suspected international terrorists, called TIDE (Terrorist Identities Datamart Environment  system), and also appeared on the famous No-Fly List. Cherif Kouachi for one was expressly forbidden from venturing outside France’s borders after it emerged that he had travelled to Yemen in 2011 reportedly to hone his skills in the handling of weapons.


For men with extensive links to jihadist groups as the Kouachi brothers were, the all-seeing eye of the law should have focused on them like a search light. Yet in December 2013, DGSI, the French equivalent of FBI, mysteriously suspended wiretaps and any other such surveillance of the two brothers. Reason? “Because there were other priorities”, said a government official. The double-speak in such a statement as far as I am concerned is that the brothers were left to their own devices so they could zero in on a new Illuminati-sanctioned priority – to wreak havoc at Charlie Hebdo, an event in which, it turns out, their only role was that of sacrificial lambs.    


As for Amedy Coulibaly, the swashbuckling hostage-taker at a kosher grocery where  four people perished at his hands (or rather at the hands of the police as some reports say), his case probably raises even more questions than that of the Kouachi brothers.

In July 2009, Coulibaly loomed large at a  PR event that was hosted by the then President Nicholas Sarkozy. Coulibaly, a French of Senegalese descent, was one of 9 young French men who were being feted by the president for a most mundane reason of having been “signed up by a local factory”.


It is curious that  at the time, Coulibaly was already an ex-jailbird. He had  served time in a French prison – from 2005-2006 – where he had shared a cell with  Cherif Kouachi. The event clearly was stage-managed to canonise him in a somewhat oblique fashion. It was part of constructing a  cover for the sanguinary activities that were already in the works and which  were a collaboration between the Illuminati and the jihadists.

The synchronised Charlie Hebdo and Kosher supermarket  attacks were a culmination of it all. Both the Kouachi brothers and Coulibaly served the same Luciferian masters who unbeknownst to them regarded them as little more than pawns in the cosmic chess game.   


Coulibaly’s kosher grocery siege was not haphazard: it was directed, to give the ostensible impression that in the greater scheme of things,  it were the Jews who the “terrorists” had targeted. Very clever operators the Illuminati are.


THE LAUGHABLE ID FIND
The French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve suggested that the Kouachi brothers would not have been so expeditiously nabbed had they not committed  one fatal mistake. This was that one of the two, Said, forgot his identity card in their Citroen C-3  getaway car. The moment this came to light, I couldn’t help snicker in amusement. The Illuminati’s now we-don’t-care attitude is such that it matters little if their broad-daylight lie is not sophisticated enough. The blithering idiot that was  Cazeneuve even had the audacity to call this “their only mistake”!


For starters, terrorists do  not carry IDs that bear their real names. They always use assumed names using sophisticatedly forged IDs.  Trust me, if, for instance, you hear that 911 “mastermind” Mohammad Atta’s ID  was scavenged from the carbonated debris of the Twin Towers, whose steel core even had to turn from solid to liquid  at that  hyper-temperature of the cascading inferno – and was even found in pristine condition to boot, then that terrorist act was perpetrated not by Muhammad Atta but by the likes of the CIA and Mossad.


Moreover, the Kouachi brothers were not cut from the mould of suicide bombers. We know they were cowards, or at the very least cowardly. They were certainly people of low mental ability who had bungled previous terrorist activities leading to their arrest. They were not even religious fanatics: a bloke who knew them well said he didn’t  see them at the mosque in two years.

The two Kalashinikova-wielding cold blooded killers did not set much store by baring their handsome or ugly faces. When they burst into the Charlie Hebdo offices, they were clad in masks. The guys who killed in those offices  and who we saw strutting their stuff in the middle of the mysteriously deserted street did not want their identities known. So why leave your ID at the crime scene, and in so clumsy a fashion at that (as if your IQ is in single figures),  when you  wanted anonymity from the very outset?


To the discerning, a category to which I happily append my signature, that ID was not an identity card left by Said Kouachi: it was a planted identikit. The Kouachi brothers were framed. The Charlie Hebdo shooters were not remotely related to the Kouachi brothers: they were patsies or scapegoats – the Lee Harvey Oswalds and Muhammad Attas of the whole charade. This is so thunderingly obvious.

Western Police and Intelligence officers are past masters at planting such “ham sandwich” evidence as it is called to support false narratives and incriminate innocents. As someone so roundly put it, “What are the odds that skilled terrorists who have just carried out an ultra-professional special-forces style attack will accidentally leave their ID card in the abandoned getaway car? Answer: Effectively zero … The discovery of Kouachi’s ID does not implicate him; it exonerates him. It shows that he is an innocent patsy who is being framed by the real perpetrators of the attack.”


MURDER DRESSED AS SUICIDE
On the evening following the day of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, a police commissioner going by the name Helric Fredou, who had been assigned charge of investigations into the attacks, reportedly committed suicide in the solitude of his office using a police revolver. He is said to have blown his brains to bits.


Although his office was part of an office block, no one heard his gun go off, a rather odd thing given that the gun was not fitted with a silencer. He was an experienced law enforcement agent, having been an anti-terrorist Special Branch officer since 2011 and deputy director of the regional police service since 2012.


Earlier in the day, Fredou had called one of his family members expressing concern at certain fishy  developments in his investigations. Curiously, the Western media did not report his death despite the fact it had been announced on TV 3, the third biggest news network in France, till three days later.


Now, if you think Fredou did terminate his own life on account of a history of “depression” of some sort, a suggestion even his own doctor rubbished,  then I’m afraid you don’t live on this planet but in fairy tale land in another realm of existence. Fredou’s mother has been denied access to his autopsy report when the law entitles her to it. She has been told in no uncertain terms that she will never ever set her eyes on the covertly classified report.  She  won’t because if she did, her suspicions would become fact – that her son was murdered in cold blood just like the Charlie Hebdo victims whose savage mortality he was investigating.


AND TO THINK YAYI BONI DID CRY?
Sometime in December 2014, the French parliament overwhelmingly passed a motion urging government to recognise the existence of a Palestinian state. Palestine has been under occupation since 1967 and its government relegated to  an “authority” as opposed to a sovereign state. On December 30 2014, France went ahead to vote for a UN Palestinian resolution calling for a “full IDF (Israel Defence Force) withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines by the end of 2017”.  


The previous month, Israel Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu had warned that “Recognition of a Palestinian state by France would be a grave mistake”. The accent, apparently, was on the term “grave”. Was the Charlie Hebdo attack the immediate comeuppance of the French government’s positive stance towards the Palestinian bid for statehood? It could explain why French President Francois Hollande initially didn’t want Netanyahu to take part in the solidarity march of January 11 2015.


Talking of the solidarity picket march, it was graced by the “The Six”, an ominous Illuminati number. These were the leaders of African francophone countries of  Mali, Niger, Togo, Benin, Gabon, and Senegal. Benin president Yayi Boni was even seen weeping copiously as he marched along with more than 40 other leaders when he never shed a single tear when only next door in Nigeria in the same month Boko Haram pulled off its deadliest single day of terrorism, with 2,000 people killed like flies. The Nigeria President himself, “Bad Luck” Jonathan, sent fawning condolences when hitherto he had not said a single word on the barbarities Abubakar Shekau and his band of  genocidal thugs were wreaking on the country.


How did the attacks in France so thoroughly bury the atrocities in Nigeria?
My mind boggles.
Please help me out.

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The impacts of climate change are increasing in frequency and intensity every year and this is forecast to continue for the foreseeable future. African CEOs in the Global South are finally coming to the party on how to tackle the crisis.

Following the completion of COP27 in Egypt recently, CEOs of Africa DFIs converged in Botswana for the CEO Forum of the Association of African Development Finance Institutions. One of the key themes was on green financing and building partnerships for resource mobilization in financing SDGs in Africa

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“There is no doubt that the Russia- Ukraine war disrupted supply chains. SMMEs have felt the most impact as some start-up businesses acquire their materials internationally, therefore as inflation peaks, this means the exchange rate rises which makes commodities expensive and challenging for SMMEs to progress. Basically, the cost of doing business has gone up. Governments are no longer able to support DFI’s.”

Moribame shared remedies to the situation, noting that; “What we need is leadership that will be able to address this. CEOs should ensure companies operate within a framework of responsible lending. They also ought to scout for opportunities that would be attractive to investors, this include investors who are willing to put money into green financing. Botswana is a prime spot for green financing due to the great opportunity that lies in solar projects. ”

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“The role of DFIs, during this tough period, which is to support governments through countercyclical measures, including funding of COVID-19 related development projects, has become more important than ever before. However, with the increasingly limited resources from governments, DFIs are now expected to mobilise resources to meet the fiscal gaps and continue to meet their developmental mandates across the various affected sectors of their economies.” Said Gare.

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The official proceedings of the day included a handover of reflectors and stop/Go signs to the Letlhakeng Cluster from TotalEnerigies, injury prevention from tips from MVA’s Onkabetse Petlwana, as  well as  bulk vehicle safety tips delivered from Adolf Namate of Unitrans.

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