On November 13 this year, Paris was shocked by a series of bombings in different places.
Since then, many people around the world were petrified but showed support for Paris, most remarkably through social media. Even Google and Facebook gave some tribute to the victim of the massacre.
Funny, I thought why many were too afraid. It’s like this was the first atrocity that ever happened in the 21st century.
Last year, many Rohingyas were kicked from their homeland by the brutal ruling junta. Some were threatened by bandits on islands, some died of hunger because of floating for many days on the sea. The death toll reaches more than 3000 and still counting. Ironically, people give less attention to these poor-fated people.
What we should be aware is that the Paris attacks could be another inside job besides the 9/11 attacks. This is what David Icke called ‘Problem-Reaction-Solution’. The problem is created by the government itself – let’s say, bombings, killing, terrorism. The civilians react by showing that they are afraid and so. Thus, this opened the gateway for the problem-makers to give solution to the problem they created- Attacking back the innocent ‘attackers’.
The whole Problem-Reaction-Solution goal is to create a passport to do something what most are opposed to. As was the 9/11 that was created by the U.S. government to invade Iraq. So as France bomb themselves, to bomb ISIS.
Several days after the attacks, France counter-bombed the ISIS de facto capital of Raqqa. France claims to drop 20 bombs but opposition activists counted at least 30 bombs were dropped. A stadium, museum and even medical facilities were destroyed. The operation was conducted in coordination with U.S forces. The U.S might as well be behind the false flag attacks in Paris.
There is just no motive for ISIS (if they really did it) to attack France, but there is for the France to attack ISIS. Everyone knows it would be dumb just to bomb some places and know you will get a few hundred percent more of the attacks you made.
The world is more than it meets the eye- and the ears. Although what I wrote were speculations, it’s certainly no more than a message to make you realize that it is extremely hard to trust anyone.