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 Post subject: Let's do 'conspiracy theory'.............
PostPosted: January 18th, 2015, 9:08 pm 
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The mainstream media's account of the 'Charlie Hebdo' killings in France leave some curious questions unanswered.

* Usually Muslim terrorists are prepared to die in their attacks. However, the two individuals who hit Charlie Hebdo were determined to escape (and may have actually succeeded). The identity of the two individuals eventually killed by police was allegedly established by the claim that they conveniently left their ID in the getaway car for the authorities.

* The third 'suspect' in the attack, Hamyd Mourad, the alleged driver of the getaway car, when seeing his name circulating on social media as a suspect realized the danger he was in and quickly turned himself in to the police for protection against being murdered by security forces as a terrorist. Mourad is reported to have an iron-clad alibi.

* Another puzzling aspect of the official story that remains unreported by the mainstream media is the death of a high ranking member of the French Judicial Police who had an important role in the Charlie Hebdo investigation. The body of Helric Fredou was found at 1am on Thursday morning, Jan 8, with a bullet in his head. He allegedly committed suicide. The alternative media reports it, as do some UK newspapers.

As for 'fallout' from this crime - first, there's the 'good luck' of France’s President Francois Hollande. Two weeks ago, his polls fell below 10%, making him the most unpopular leader of France in memory. Unemployment kept rising, the ruling Socialists couldn't deal with the bloated budget, and just about everyone in France was angry with Hollande. The demoralized president even publicly mused about not serving out his term. Then, like a miracle, all France rallied behind the embattled president and gave him a new lease of political life.

Then, there's the new incentive for Western governments to increase their security/surveillance capabilities. Already, all across Europe 'suspects' are being rounded up for crimes they haven't committed yet. Our own government is talking about asking the courts for 'increased powers'.

Ed


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