“Don’t let me get in my zone…
The stars is in the building
They hands is to the ceiling
I know I’m bout to kill it
How you know, I got that feeling
You are now watching the throne
Don’t let me into my zone” – Kanye west
To many of our international readers the Paris massacre has all the signs of a false flag operation. The mere fact that the alleged suspects in paris “were on police radar for years” yet somehow allegedly managed to carry out a professional hit on a well guarded building while going to great lengths to establish their identity as “AL Qaeda in Yemen”. One of them even alleged to have “forgotten his ID card at the getaway car” , which is reminiscent of Mohammed Atta’s magic passport that somehow “survived the plane crash and the collapse of WTC1 in 9/11″. Still fresh on our minds is the magical shoelaces and look of dummies on stretchers in the Brooklyn Police shootings make us wonder who intends to leverage this attack to advance a hidden agenda. We have no idea if innocent people were killed in this incident, but we have to report some of the facts that are cray.
Ball so hard m$%&*@!’s wanna fine me – Jay Z
Some actual facts
Islamophobia in Europe is growing, from the banning of minarets and religious clothing to the rise of ultra-right wing anti-Islam parties. According to a recent census there are about 5 million Muslims in France.
The alleged suspect facts:
French police officials have identified three men as suspects in the deadly terror attack at the Paris offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper. Two of the suspects, brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi, 32, are French nationals who were born to Algerian parents in Paris. The nationality of a third man, Hamid Mourad, 18, is unknown; police believe he is a high school student. One of the men, 34-year-old Cherif Kouachi, was convicted on terrorism charges in 2008
Let us Free (amistad)
A hashtag called #MouradHamydInnocent was trending in France, reportedly started by classmates of 18-year-old suspect Hamyd Mourad who said they were in class with him at the time of the attack.
Trending before anybody knew
Suspects in Paris attack were on police radar for years and their names circulated on Facebook and Twitter for an hour before French authorities confirmed that the Kouachi brothers had been identified.
Not a Muslim:
A 2005 Pittsburgh Tribune Review report, citing Kouachi’s lawyer, said the would-be terrorist was not religious, drank alcohol, smoked marijuana, had premarital sex with his girlfriend and had a job delivering pizzas. At the time, Kouachi had learned “the basics” on how to handle Kalashnikovs, Le Monde reported.
HAYAT BOUMEDDIENE, (The Woman)26: WANTED. ESCAPED FROM THE JEWISH RESTAURANT DURING A FIRE FIGHT (?)
Is still wanted but all the brothers (literally) were killed.
Boumeddiene is wanted in connection with the shooting death of a policewoman, Clarissa Jean-Philippe, 27, and may be the girlfriend and accomplice of supermarket gunman Amedy Coulibaly, 32. Boumeddiene is Coulibaly’s common-law wife. She remains at large and is believed to be armed and dangerous.
How Did the Suspected Female Terrorist Escape the Kosher Market?
According to law enforcement officials, Boumediene was with her husband when the pair shot and killed a policewoman and proceeded to take hostages (killing four of them) at a Kosher bakery in Paris. She somehow managed to escape either before or during the final police assault, officials claim.
As part of a 2010 investigation into Coulibaly’s possible ties to Islamic extremism, Boumediene told police examiners that she had become radicalized by her lover, and that she viewed America as the ultimate evil. “When I saw the massacre of the innocents in Palestine, in Iraq, in Chetchna, in Afghanistan or anywhere the Americans sent their bombers, all that,” she reportedly said, “well, who are the terrorists?”
And as the Daily Mail reports: “The couple lived in nearby Bagneux, where they were known as devoutly religious couple, despite Coulibay’s regular run-ins with the law.” They had reportedly gone on a trip to Malaysia together, and then recently disappeared from the neighborhood only to re-emerge when their names were all over the news.
So how did Boumediene, who is described as “armed and dangerous,” escape the same fate as her husband? Police union spokesman Pascal Disant suggested she may have slipped out during the “confusion” of the raid. 10 hostages were among those who escaped the premises during or after the firefight. – Adrew Kirell (mediate.com)
AMEDY COULIBALY, 32: KILLED AT A JEWISH RESTAURANT
Coulibaly was sentenced to five years in prison in 2013 for his role in a plan to free Smain Ait Ali Belkacem, who was convicted in a bombing of a rail station museum in 1995, according to the French weekly Le Journal de Dimanche. He was released early from prison.
CHERIF KOUACHI, 32: KILLED
Police arrested Kouachi in 2008, days before he planned to leave for Iraq via Syria. His lawyer argued that his client had gotten involved with the wrong crowd and was a reluctant participant.
In 2010, Kouachi was arrested again, accused by France’s Anti-Terrorism Directorate of participating in the failed plot to free Belkacem, the railway museum bomber.
SAID KOUACHI, 34: DEAD
Both Kouachis were well-known to French police, and their names have been on U.S. ”no-fly” terror lists for years, the U.S. official said. They were French citizens, born in Paris to parents of Algerian descent.
HAMYD MOURAD, 18: SURRENDERED TO POLICE
Mourad’s role in the attack, if any, remains unclear. The teenager supposedly was at school at the time of the mass murder, the BBC reported.
This Sh! Cray!
This video breakdown is very interesting.