Hey France...Qatar and Turkey Just Murdered Your Citizens - Your Move

Francois Holland, France's lapdog in chief, will likely do nothing. Also, there is some indication that the whole thing was a false flag

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Originally appeared at Nikolai Starikov's Blog. Translated by Svetlana Kyrzhaly and Rhod Mackenzie


In the first hours after the 9/11 attack on the Twin Towers, Washington named the perpetrator: "Al Qaeda, led by Osama bin Laden and based in Afghanistan. This was followed by a US invasion there and in Iraq, whose secular leader allegedly  helped the Islamic terrorists.

After the attacks in Paris on November 13th, 2015, Francois Hollande immediately named the perpetrators as ISIS militants. According to the French secret services,  Syrian,  Egyptian and French passports were found next to the bodies of the suicide bombers. Bombers really shouldn’t take their passport/business cards on an attack!.

This is surprisingly similar to what happened in New York. Literally nothing was left of the passengers, terrorists and luggage from the captures planes. Only the terrorists’ passports were found in the ruins. On the way to eternity they didn’t knew their passports would survive.

Back to the Paris attacks, if Hollande is so sure they were carried out by ISIS and were, as reported by the French media, "a declaration of war on France", its leader should react accordingly. Citizens were killed, France was given a public slap in the face, so it should hunt down the sponsors and their helpers. as the United States did by invading Afghanistan, even though Afghan citizens played no role in the terrorist attack.

Today, France must punish those who help ISIS, and it’s no secret who they are:

The sponsor is Qatar, the militants are trained in Turkey. But what is the likelihood that Paris will press these claims, maybe not to Turkey, but at least to Qatar, whose population would barely fit into the stadium in Paris near which bombs were detonated? In his search for the perpetrators, Hollande will be guided not by the obvious or the truth, but with political expediency. 

Consider this: During World War II, the Soviet Union became an ally of the West against Hitler, Washington never said "Stalin must go", or “The regime has lost legitimacy". Yet, prior to Russia’s attacks on ISIS Washington ‘fought’ them so ‘well’ that they occupied more and more territory and became stronger and stronger. Before September 2015, the United States repeated over and over "Assad must go", even though he was fighting the terrorists in Syria.

After the Paris attacks, the West’s rhetoric and actions will tell us to what extent ISIS is controlled by the United States and who they consider to be their main threat. If the West continues to be more "afraid" of Bashar Assad than those, who explode bombs in its capitals, it will mean that the West controls ISIS.

Only if it agrees to cooperate with Assad and Russia without preconditions, will it mean that the terrorists created by the West, are now their former owners’ number one problem.

I would remind you that the two previous world wars started from far lesser provocations. The spark for the First World War was the murder of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian throne Franz Ferdinand and his wife. One hundred and twenty people were killed in Paris and 250 were wounded – a more than just reason for war.

P.S. While we are discussing the events in Paris and expressing condolences to the families of the victims, Donetsk is again being shelled by Ukrainian artillery.


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