Thursday, January 8, 2015

France:Zionist Henry Kissinger's Zionist UnderSecretary Of State Dr. Steve Pieczenik On The Charlie Hebdo Attack....

Zionist Henry Kissinger's UnderSecretary Of State  Zionist Dr. Steve Pieczenik On The Charlie Hebdo Attack...

Note  Pieczenik's deafening silence on whether or not ISIS' Al Bagdadi is reall Israeli Mossad or Israeli traingd Jewish terrorist......He's back in the good graces of CIA and Agora Inc connected Alex Jones which should be proof enough that he is also another Zionist tool of Israel and the White 'Jewish' Zionistas
of the City of London as well......He does however state he believes the cartoon publishers had it coming to them for insulting both Jews and Muslims and is anti-Americanand anti U.S.Constitution  for claiming  that the terrorized French poluitical cartoonists should have been censored !Certainly Piecnik wouldn't be singing the same tune if his pro Israel   Zionist ramblings  were censored or if he and others whovve deceived uys for so long were called to account.Certainly Piecnik wouldn't be singing the same tune if his pro Israel   Zionist ramblings  were censored or if he and others who've deceived us for so long were called to account.Funny thing about Pieczenik was his mention of strange Israeli connections to one of  alleged Sandy Hook Adam Lanza's  Yale  psychiatrists ,Dr.Robert King.Strange also in light of Dr. Steve Pieczenik 's mention of Sandy Hook and Lanza's Zionist psychiatrist that he( Pieczenik),never mentioned, or covered up,the  strange Jewish connections to Sandy Hook incident or drill.Even Adam Lanza's childhood alleged(,by her)girlfriend,Alexis Israqel was Jewish and Veronique Posner celebrated the death of her alleged son Noah by gettibng a tatto which is a Jewish 'no no' and asked people to sdend donations to Israel(as well as to herself of course) !.

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    Dr. Steve Pieczenik On The Charlie Hebdo Attack, Plus Some Other Opinions And Reactions

    "Alex Jones: You've seen the video, obviously, of the shooters. They look very professional. Colonel Shaffer says they look like above al-Qaeda. Who do you think they are? Have any ideas? 
    Dr. Steve Pieczenik: I think they're very well-trained Yemeni, whether they're supported by the French who have very strong presence in the Maghreb and Yemen. . . The French have allowed this to happen. It's as simple as that. . . You have a country that is in such severe, I can't tell you how bad shape France is in that it is beyond redemption if they don't get rid of Hollande, if they don't get rid of the socialist system." Source: Infowars, "Terrorism Expert: France Allowed Paris Attack" January 7, 2015. [11:06 - 12:03]. 
    "Pieczenik: When you look at the cartoons, Alex, let my tell you, in French, it's really disgusting. It's disgusting because it's not humourous. It's not in any way satirical. It is nothing more than an insult to Jews, Muslims, to everyone. It's beyond a slap in the face. You don't have to show Muhammad as gay, you don't have to say the Quran is shit, this is totally inappropriate." [15:01 - 15:29]. 

    SIS Leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi Trained by Israeli Mossad, NSA Documents Reveal

     abu bakr al baghdadi
    The former employee at US National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden, has revealed that the British and American intelligence and the Mossad worked together to create the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
    Snowden said intelligence services of three countries created a terrorist organisation that is able to attract all extremists of the world to one place, using a strategy called “the hornet’s nest”.
    NSA documents refer to recent implementation of the hornet’s nest to protect the Zionist entity by creating religious and Islamic slogans.
    According to documents released by Snowden, “The only solution for the protection of the Jewish state “is to create an enemy near its borders”.
    Leaks revealed that ISIS leader and cleric Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi took intensive military training for a whole year in the hands of Mossad, besides courses in theology and the art of speech.

    Paris Shooting ISIS Attack? Charlie Hebdo Tweeted Cartoon of Baghdadi

    Introduction — Jan 7, 2015

    Gunmen stormed the offices of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo minutes after the magazine had tweeted a cartoon of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
    Video still of gunmen shooting a wounded policeman near the offices of Charlie Hebdo, Paris. Click to enlarge
    Video still of gunmen shooting a wounded policeman near the offices of Charlie Hebdo, Paris. Click to enlarge
    It’s still unclear what provoked the attack. The magazine has satirised the far-right, Catholicism and Judaism but it gained particular notoriety in 2011 after it published cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad; a depiction that is considered blasphemous by Muslim religious authorities.
    Thereafter in the early hours of November 2, 2011, the magazine’s offices in Paris were firebombed.
    Whether this latest attack is in response to the magazine’s earlier cartoon of the Prophet, or whether it was prompted by the cartoon of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still unknown. However, if it was in response to the cartoon of ISIS leader al-Baghdadi there is an added irony to Wednesday’s shooting.
    For we know that al-Baghdadi himself is a suspected Mossad agent.

    French satirical magazine “Charlie Hebdo” grew out of “Hara-Kiri” and a group of similarly anarchic and iconoclastic political comics that appeared in France in the 1970s and 80s, when the whiff of revolution was still in the air and nothing was sacred.

    As such the nature of the beast was not to go courting friends, and Charlie Hebdo would lash out at anything its collective writers and cartoonists got het up about, mining France’s anti-clerical and secular heritage for all its worth in scathing attacks against what it condemned as religious frauds of any faith. 
    Inevitably this brought Charlie Hebdo into conflict with Islam, although when this writer arrived in France its fiercest critics were found on the Catholic fundamentalist, royalist and Front National-leaning right. In its prime Charlie Hebdo is capable of puncturing pomposity and skewering hypocrites like few other publications. It can also be very rude and vulgar.
    An excerpt from, "Charlie Hebdo - The Chickens Come Home To Roost" Moon of Alabama, January 7, 2015:
    In 2011 the magazine Charlie Hebdo was one of those that printed the Mohammed caricatures, a crude and insulting attempt to smear the prophet and all Muslim as terrorists. In 2012 the magazine continued the campaign depicting the prophet Mohammed as naked, attention seeking gnome. 
    Unlike U.S. "liberals" most of the world does not consider free speech as an absolute right. Indeed like screaming "fire" in a filled theater, insulting the believe of other people is likely to get you hurt in most parts of the world. To claim such insults should not matter is itself an insult in that it declares one culture, that of absolute free speech rights, to be superior to other values. It is indecent. 
    That the Charlie Hebdo satire was indecent and insulting does not justify the murderous attack, but explains the probable motivation of the attackers. It is deeply wrong to kill people for their speech. But it is also wrong to insult others for no good reasons, be it profit or "free speech" worship.
    An excerpt from, "The Paris Attacks and American Fear - Adam Silverman" Sic Semper Tyrannis, January 7, 2015:
    Several days ago in his post on James Fallow's recent article, COL Lang remarked about how easily Americans became fearful after 9-11 and how we have remained that way. We have seen that on display today by think tank fellows (h/t SteveM), retired general officers (h/t Zandar), and sitting members of the House (h/t Zandar) and the Senate (h/t Charles Pierce). Today's media coverage, the informed commentary that it contains, and American reactions will follow the same pattern that both COL Lang and Mr. Fallows lamented - more fear driving more poorly thought out policy responses. It is important to remember that the odds of an American being killed in a terrorist attack is 1 in 3.5 million per year!!!!!! Not that a little thing like facts or reality are likely to make any difference. 
    Finally, before the usual suspects get completely into the swing of things by claiming that Muslims never condemn other Muslims who commit terrorism or who claim their actions are somehow covered under Islam, here's the initial google search result for Muslim, and some Arab, organizations that have already condemned the attacks, even though we are still not sure, other than a witness statement of a screamed "Allahu Akbar" during the attack, who is actually responsible.

    An excerpt from, "The Attack on Charlie Hebdo" by Amy Davidson, New Yorker, January 7, 2015:
    The current issue of Charlie Hebdo, published the day of the shooting, featured a caricature of the novelist Michel Houellebecq on the cover. Houellebecq’s new novel, “Submission,” also out Wednesday, according to the Times, “predicts a future France run by Muslims, in which women forsake Western dress and polygamy is introduced.” The drawing of Houellebecq, accompanied by a joke about Ramadan, is not flattering. The French police have added the protection of Houellebecq to their list of priorities on what is, by all accounts, a traumatic and disorienting day for the entire country. He deserves safety, and not chastisement. Barack Obama, David Cameron, and Angela Merkel have all quickly condemned the attack and the wider assault on the press. The rector of Paris’s Grand Mosque added his voice, saying, according to the Times, “We are horrified. … Our community is stunned by what just happened. It’s a whole section of our democracy that is seriously affected.”

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