Yet another “radical Islamic ISIS-linked terrorist,” identified thanks to yet another “magic ID drop,” has once again been shot dead by police and silenced forever. Are we starting to see a pattern here?
In the words of the immortal Yogi Berra, it’s “deja vu all over again.”
Exactly one week before today’s police execution of the “Berlin truck terrorist,” NATO’s chief auditor, Yves Chandelon, was found dead in Andenne, Belgium with a bullet in his head. Official story: Suicide due to financial problems.
Chandelon supposedly killed himself because he was $43,000 Euros in debt. His family calls the suicide verdict ridiculous. As a high-level executive, he would have viewed 43k as chump change. And every aspect of the crime scene points to murder, not suicide.
Meanwhile in Ankara, mainstream reports claim that the cop who assassinated Russian Ambassador Andrey Karlov last week had served on Erdogan’s security detail. This detail, and its highlighting by the Western mainstream press, adds to the case that the assassination was an Operation Gladio job designed to punish Erdogan for cozying up to Russia and accepting a Syrian peace road map with no NATO involvement.
High-level Turks and Russians have been pushing this thesis. Putin himself has suggested that the shooting was intended to disrupt relations between Russia and Turkey. And all the fingers pointed at Fetullah Gulen, the CIA-linked Israel-loving US based pseudo-Islamist, are barely-disguised efforts to blame NATO and Gladio. According to the UK Telegraph, “Mevlut Cavusoglu, the Turkish foreign minister, was quoted as telling John Kerry, the US secretary of state, that Turkey and Russia both believed Mr Gulen’s followers were behind the attack.”
The takeaway from this week’s bloodshed: Operation Gladio is going into overdrive.
For those not familiar with Gladio, one good place to start is Wikispooks’ entries on Operation Gladio and Operation Gladio B. Other key sources include the books by Paul Williams (listen to my interview with him), Richard Cottrell, and Daniele Ganser.
The short version: The most spectacular terror attacks in Europe, from the Cold War onward, have been commanded by a NATO-linked network with ties to Israel, the CIA, and organized crime. Ditto for most high-profile assassinations and assassination attempts. During the Cold War, “communist” patsies were blamed. Today, it’s “radical Muslims.”
This week’s “two assassinations and one truck attack” have all the earmarks of Gladio operations. The truck attack, and silencing of the patsy, are part of the ongoing effort to promote “radical Islam” as a unifying civilizational enemy, just as Communist patsies were used for a similar purpose during the Cold War. And the assassination in Ankara was designed to further Western geostrategic interests by attempting to torpedo the Turkey-Russia rapprochement — just like last summer’s Gladio-led coup attempt against Erdogan, which was likewise led by Zio-NATO catspaw Fetullah Gulen.
Several historical resonances of this week’s events are noteworthy. The high-profile assassination featuring Russia and Turkey recalls the attempted assassination of Pope John Paul II in 1981, which also featured Russia and Turkey in leading roles: Russia was the intended patsy, while Gladio’s Turkish networks orchestrated the shooting.
Likewise, this week’s suiciding of NATO’s top auditor recalls the freemasonic ritual hanging of “God’s Banker” Roberto Calvi, who was found dangling beneath Blackfriars Bridge on June 17, 1982. Calvi had been in charge of laundering CIA drug money through the Vatican Bank, with the help of fellow members of the P2 Masonic Lodge.
This weeks events also resonate with more recent history: The miraculous discovery of ID cards, usually but not always passports, that implicate designated patsies (who are always well-known to the intelligence services) in false flag terror atrocities.
Regarding Berlin truck attack patsy Anis Amri, the UK Telegraph reports:
“After the Berlin surveillance was dropped, Amri seems to have disappeared. The next police knew of him was when a forensics team investigating the lorry that ploughed into the Christmas market found his identity papers under the driver’s seat.”
Just one small problem: The miraculous discovery of Amri’s conveniently “dropped” ID came 24 hours after the attack – long after the original suspect, a Pakistani, had been the main target of investigators. Was the original Pakistani suspect, Naved B., supposed to be “shot trying to escape” ? But when he turned up alive and was able to prove his innocence, did the Gladio-meisters have to revert to Plan B and plant Amri’s ID in the truck?
In any case, the ID discovery makes no sense. Why would a lone wolf nutjob who hijacks a truck and mows down people in a crowd accidentally drop his ID under the driver seat? That makes about as much sense as French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve’s statement that the only reason they caught the Charlie Hebdo terrorists was that they made “just one mistake”: They left their ID cards in the abandoned getaway car. As I wrote in We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo:
Since when did criminals leave their identification cards in abandoned getaway cars?
An ordinary citizen, taking no precautions, might accidentally leave a wallet or purse in their parked car. I have driven automobiles approximately 50,000 times in my life, and I think my wallet might have slipped out of my pocket and fallen into the crack between the driver’s seat and the door . . . once.
What are the odds that skilled terrorists who have just carried out a highly professional special-forces style attack, taking precautions to avoid being identified, will accidentally leave their ID card in the abandoned getaway car? Effectively zero.
So why did police report an event that cannot have happened?
Assuming that French police really did find terror suspect Said Kouachi’s ID card in an abandoned getaway car, that card must have been planted by someone wishing to incriminate Kouachi. Even the legendary French idiot detective, Inspector Clouseau, could not fail to make this thunderingly obvious inference.
The discovery of Kouachi’s ID does not implicate him; it exonerates him. It shows that he was an innocent patsy framed by the real perpetrators.
The same is true of the Berlin attack. If Anis Amri wanted to get away — as per the official story — why would he throw down his wallet?
There are many more indications that the Berlin attack is a Gladio B “blame the Muslims” operation. And as usual, there are Israeli fingerprints all over the crime scene. But this time the culprit wasn’t Mossad photographer Richard Gutjahr, who miraculously just happened to be on the scene to capture iconic footage of last summer’s Nice truck attack AND the follow-up Munich shopping mall attack one week later.
This time they didn’t use a mere photographer, but a genuine “terrorist expert” (sic):
“Only ten minutes before the truck drove into the booths, Professor Shlomo Shpiro, a terrorist expert at the University of Bar-Ilan in Tel Aviv, strolled in the same Christmas market.” – Bild.de
And then there is Lutz Bachmann, the leader of Germany’s Likud-funded Pegida party, which wants Germany to be “Jewish-Christian.” Bachmann has claimed he knew the suspect was Tunisian shortly after the attack – when everyone else, including the police, was still talking about the Pakistani. Bachmann tweeted two hours after the attack that he had “internal police information” that the suspect was a Tunisian. “Internal police information” indeed!
Obviously Gladio’s “strategy of tension,” hijacked by the Zionists post-Cold-War and turned against Islam (and now Orthodox Christian Russia as well) is picking up steam. Where will they orchestrate the next attack? Wherever it is, there is one thing you can bet on: The “terrorist” will be identified because he “accidentally dropped” an ID card.
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