Wednesday, January 14, 2015

"Terrorist attacks" in France designed to perpetuate "Global War on Terror"

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wasted no time exploiting the recent alleged "terrorist attacks" in Paris in order to perpetuate the Jewish concocted "Global War on Terror" paradigm of international relations, which has been officially institutionalized in the West following the events of 9/11.

While visiting the Parisian kosher supermarket purportedly attacked by "radical Islamic terrorists" last week, Netanyahu demanded European leaders support and participate in the "Global War on Terror," a truly Orwellian concept if there ever was one. The Times of Israel reports:

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday visited the kosher supermarket in eastern Paris where four Jews were killed by an Islamist gunman who stormed the store last Friday, warning that attacks could grow worse.

Arriving to the cries of “Bibi, Bibi” — his nickname — and under massive security protection, Netanyahu paid tribute to the victims at the site, and was accompanied by Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman.

Netanyahu called on European leaders to support Israel in its own fight against terror, likely a reference to European criticism of Israel regarding its conflict with the Palestinians.

“A direct line leads between the attacks of extremist Islam around the world to the attack that took place here at a kosher supermarket in the heart of Paris,” he said. “I expect all of the leaders, with whom we marched in the streets of Paris yesterday, to fight terrorism wherever it is, also when it is directed against Israel and Jews.” [...]

In a visit with French Jewish leaders before his tour of the site of the attack, Netanyahu said he hoped the Paris terror attacks would lend European support to Israeli efforts to combat terror. [...]

Netanyahu arrived in Paris for Sunday’s mass rally in commemoration of the 17 victims of the Paris terror attacks at the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine and HyperCacher market, as well as the shooting death of a policewoman. Netanyahu later gave an address in Hebrew at the Grand Synagogue in Paris where he thanked France for its “very firm position” against anti-Semitism.

“Our common enemy is radical, extremist Islam — not normal Islam,” Netanyahu said in an address at the Grand Synagogue in Paris, after briefly joining other world leaders in a mammoth march against extremism through the capital that drew up to 1.6 million people.

Netanyahu called on Europe and the rest of the world to support Israel’s fight against terror.

“Israel is today at Europe’s side, but I would like Europe to be on Israel’s side too,” Netanyahu said.

“Those who killed and massacred Jews in a synagogue recently in Israel and those who killed Jews and journalists in Paris are part of the same global terror movement,” he added, referring to a deadly November attack at a synagogue in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Nof.

“We must condemn them in the same way, we must fight them in the same way.”

The prime minister asserted that the danger imposed by global terror had the potential of deteriorating into a serious threat to all humankind if radicals were to achieve nuclear capabilities. He then demanded of world powers to thwart Iranian nuclear aspirations.

“We cannot let Iran achieve nuclear capabilities,” he said. “Israel stands with Europe, and Europe must stand with Israel [on this issue].”

Netanyahu went on to once again extend an invitation to French Jews to emigrate to Israel, just a day after he said the Jewish state was their home.

“Jews have the right to live wherever they want,” the prime minister said. “But Jews these days have an opportunity that did not exist in the past, to live freely in the only Jewish state, the State of Israel.”
Netanyahu also called on world leaders "to take a more forceful stand against radical Islam" while giving a speech at the funerals for the alleged victims of the attacks at the kosher supermarket in Paris, according to The Jerusalem Post.

Given the incredibly phony and quite ridiculous nature of the alleged "terrorist attacks" in Paris, I think it is safe to assume these events were created by the mass media and intelligence agencies in an effort to perpetuate the tyrannical and Orwellian "Global War on Terror" paradigm, in which the entire Western world is engaged in a never ending war against a faceless, manufactured enemy known as "radical Islam".

4 comments:

  1. Here is more evidence of how utterly absurd this whole thing was:
    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/14/charlie-hebdo-killings-survivor-story

    Allegedly the muslim terrorists spared the blondish white woman, even though their people rape white european girls and women by the thousands and thousands every year. Recall Lara Logan, the 60 Minutes reporter who was abducted and gangraped by muslims for being a blonde white woman. This pretty much tops it all.

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  2. Aryan is no match for the jew , not sure what Europeans will do to counter it all,
    jews have checkmated the nationalist movements in europe with one false flag
    back to , its not the jew its Zionism dialectic.

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  3. Who is this self-appointed, self-serving, egotistical lunatic to demand of Europe to support Israel's War of Terror in the Middle East? Here' s a man (Bibi Boo-Boo) who wasn't even invited to participate in Sunday's march; yet, he crashed the event and proved to the whole world what a narcissistic clown he truly is. He totally ignored/defied French President Francois Hollande's urgent request not to attend this event and had the gall to barge ahead of the other world leaders, who had been invited, to the front of the crowd, waving at spectators as if to say, "Here I am, the almighty saviour of the world". No wonder Hollande was so angry. He just about snubbed Bibi, giving him an icy handshake after having warmly embraced Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Bibi believes the entire world revolves around him; that when he says "Jump", other leaders must say "How high?". And, he wonders why he's so despised. Well, he sorely needs to look in the mirror and accept a high dose of humility.

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  4. I could use some help over in the comments section of "proliferation of online anti - Semitism " on American Thinker site. Thanks !

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