J’accuse: Those Responsible for the
Friday the 13th Attacks in Paris
Friday the 13th Attacks in Paris
Guest Article by Wayne Madsen
November 19, 2015 (Posted November 23)
|Police at Eiffel Tower (--Nic Robertson/CNN)|
The Soros gang’s griping about casting blame on any migrants for the terrorist attacks was a cynical attempt to divert attention away from the fact that it was Soros groups that enabled the terrorists to enter Europe by embedding themselves as Trojan horses inside the migrant stream. At a recent meeting in Istanbul, Soros called for the spending of 10 billion euros to facilitate the movement of more than a million Third World and mainly Muslim refugees into Europe.
|George Soros (--godfatherpolitics.com)|
|Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (--hrw.org)|
Because of pressure from groups like Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, International Organization of Migration, and other Soros-financed geopolitical tools, the Syrian government relaxed its stringent passport renewal policies after it was criticized for doing nothing to help Syrians who had fled the civil war ravaging the country. In April 2015, Syrians abroad, even those who left the country illegally, members of exiled opposition groups, and Syrians who dodged the military draft, were permitted to renew their Syrian passports at Syrian consulates in Turkey, Greece, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates. This was a direct concession by Assad to the Syrian opposition before peace talks were due to commence in Geneva.
It was in Greece where the Friday the 13th Paris terrorist was issued his emergency Syrian passport, which Human Rights Watch misrepresented as counterfeit. Is Human Rights Watch perhaps trying to divert attention away from the fact that terrorists are obtaining valid passports to enter Europe?
|Angela Merkel, G20 Summit, November 2015, Turkey|
One minute after the first news reports of the Friday the 13th attacks, a London-based cartoonist named Jean Jullien claimed he designed the peace symbol with the Eiffel Tower image. The symbol became the trademark for memorializing the attack. Just as with the Charlie Hebdo attacks, slick marketing images were immediately rolled out. In the case of the Charlie Hebdo operation, new signs proclaiming «Je suis Charlie» appeared all over Paris and on social media within minutes. In the latest attack, the Eiffel Tower peace symbol went viral on social media and signs proclaiming «Je suis Paris» not only spread on the Internet but began popping up throughout France almost immediately. As experienced with the themed revolution campaigns designed by Soros propaganda «majordomo» Gene Sharp, slick media production of emotion-laden symbols and slogans have become integral to Soros-linked social upheaval campaigns.
Also culpable is U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs Victoria Nuland, the neoconservative tool of Benjamin Netanyahu and the Israel Lobby, who presided over ravaging Greece with a series of destabilizing economic austerity measures. As part of the tag team Nuland undermined the government of Macedonia with a Ukrainian-style «color revolution» attempt. It was through Greece and Macedonia that the refugee invasion of Europe was launched. Neither country was in a position to defend its maritime and land frontiers.
As also seen with the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attacks in Paris, Netanyahu’s Zionist power elites are again eager to make political capital out of any jihadist operation. Direct Israeli military and intelligence support for Syrian and Iraqi jihadist groups, including the Nusra Front and Al Qaeda, spans as common denominators two major jihadist attacks in Paris in 2015.
|CIA Director John Brennan (--occupycorporatism.com)|
|Recep Tayyip Erdogan (--algemeiner.com)|
Erdogan is believed by many Turks of having used ISIL to carry out the October 10, 2015 deadly twin suicide bombings of Kurdish political demonstrations near Ankara’s two train stations. Erdogan’s increasingly draconian regime benefited from the pre-election bombing as it enabled his party to gain a parliamentary majority. Erdogan blamed ISIL and the Kurdish PKK guerrilla group for the attack. Also noteworthy is the fact that two of the dead Friday the 13th terrorists in Paris were carrying altered Turkish passports.
At the November 15 G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, Obama appeared to have taken a hiatus from seeking terrorism management advice from the ISIL-supporting Erdogan and, instead, was seen in private conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss battling the Islamic State. However, Obama’s posturing was too little and too late. Any meaningful plan to combat jihadism in coordination with Russia, France, China, Iran, Egypt, and other countries would mandate the prerequisite of firing Brennan as CIA director and cleansing the intelligence agency of its Saudi- and Israeli-supporting elements.
The Islamic State is clearly not alone in having the blood of innocents on its hands. The trail of blood extends to Berlin, Riyadh, Doha, Ankara, as well as the White House and CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia.
Wayne MADSEN: Investigative journalist, author and syndicated columnist. Has some twenty years experience in security issues. As a U.S. Naval Officer, he managed one of the first computer security programs for the U.S. Navy. He has been a frequent political and national security commentator on Fox News and has also appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, and MS-NBC. He has been invited to testify as a witness before the US House of Representatives, the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and an terrorism investigation panel of the French government. A member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the National Press Club. Lives in Washington, D.C.