Forget Paris

I wanted to bring forward these words left by JC at a Reptile Dysfunction yesterday, which he brought over from Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. It has to do with the passport left behind by one of the “suicide bombers”, the modern-day signature of the false flag event:

Now, we admit to not being experts on the nuances, or even basics, of “suicide bombing for terrorists 101”, but is bringing your own passport to an event that will be your last, really that crucial, especially when the passport is such a critical smoking gun?

Also, if a suicide bomber blows up while carrying the passport, does the passport survive intact every single time or just on specific occasions?

Just as with the passport found in the rubble of the World Trade Center, or the drivers license in the Charlie Hebdo hoax, we are asked to be credulous beyond the pale of even normal blind stupidity. And we fulfill our roles. It is discouraging.

As I sat here this morning reading (The Greek Way by Edith Hamilton), I found the words rolling over me and leaving comfort. That, to me, is a better activity than to dwell on the evil of CIA and all the other spooks who pull off these awful slaughters to advance their insane wars in blind pursuit of power. There is evil in humans, and those most capable of such perfidy as the Paris attacks advance to the front of the line. They get to kill the most people, destroy all that is good, and clink their glasses while exchanging their knowing winks at gatherings in Georgetown or London or wherever they hang out.

All they ask of us is blind stupidity. And we give it to them.

When I returned to writing here, I wanted to stay close to home, write about Montana, my home in my heart, and forget about the madness that is our world, as I cannot change it. As Dark Helmet reminded us in Spaceballs,

“Evil will always triumph, because good is dumb.”

So enough about Paris. Forget Paris.
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PS: From comments below, Paul Craig Roberts: “Americans are not capable of believing truth. They have been brainwashed that truth is “conspiracy theory.” A population this stupid has no future.” (He sounds a little frustrated. I get that.)

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4 Responses to Forget Paris

  1. JC says:

    First impressions always make for the best propaganda. Today, we get this:

    A U.S. intelligence official told CBS News that a name and picture were recovered from the Syrian passport and the individual was not known to intelligence officials.

    However, a U.S. intelligence official told CBS News the Syrian passport might be fake. The official said the passport did not contain the correct numbers for a legitimate Syrian passport and the picture did not match the name.

    I can’t unpack the meaning of this. It is a little too convoluted, but it is anything but a real U.S. intelligence officer relaying a true story to CBS for accurate reporting, that’s for sure.

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  2. JC says:

    Paul Craig Roberts today:

    The “found passport” worked for them for 9/11. It worked again for Charlie Hebdo. So now they have used it a third time. They know that Americans are total dumbshits and can be told anything. No matter how preposterous, the dumbshits will believe it. But Americans are not capable of believing truth. They have been brainwashed that truth is “conspiracy theory.” A population this stupid has no future.

    Remember, on 9/11 an exercise simulating the day’s real events was being conducted. Again, we hear the same thing about the Paris attacks. What an unusual coincidence! But the dumbshit Western populations are not capable of noticing…

    Zero Hedge does a good followup today on the fake passport — long followup, read the whole thing; here is the final line:

    … and once again shows that there is a deep political motive on virtually every side to use this human tragedy as a “false flag” event to achieve specific, geopolitical goals.

    This whole event potentially is as destabilizing to the prospects for world peace as 9/11.

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  3. steve kelly says:

    Kalashnikov (AK 47) is a word that keeps cropping up with the MSM coverage. One piece interviewed two English-speaking women who each claimed to witness the events. Both said they saw the perps with (sic) “Kalishnikoff’s.” What are the odds? Just had to plant that (unconsciously, of course) Russian connection. Huge red flag.

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  4. Funny – I just posted the following at Moon of Alabama:

    The question is, in my mind, what will be the reaction of the Russians? They were, after all, the indirect target of this false flag event. They have been flying right in the face of the Western propaganda mill, actually attacking ISIL, al-Nusra and al Qaeda, all CIA fronts. It only makes sense that when CIA is under attack, it will fight back.

    “CIA” by the way, is a similar use as saying “White House” to mean the executive branch. It is a conglomerate of spook agencies around the world, all working together, knowing no borders and favoring no nationality. It has its own armies, runs its own policies, and can muster up a PSYOP event like this on short notice. They’ve been at it for a long time, and are very good at it.

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