(Update: French police seal off town as they close in on Charlie Hebdo suspects. French anti-terrorist police sealed off a small northern town called #Dammartin-en-Goele and helicopters hovered overhead after a police source said two men believed to have carried out an attack on a satirical journal took at least one person hostage in a small print works.)
‘France’s 9/11’ has entered its third day with a well orchestrated public opinion manipulation of a dramatic chase in the woods after the alleged patsies, as tens of thousands of policemen and other security forces are being pulled in the nose by the powers that be, leading them away from the real Gladio death squad which carried out the attack, and giving the deep state mechanism enough time and space to cover their tracks. It is very probable that the patsies are dead already and all those hysterical scripts about how they supposedly plan “to return to Paris and carry out a suicide bombing in which many policemen will die” are simply setting the stage to their predictable liquidation by the SWAT teams who are under orders to “shoot to kill”.
This is reminiscent of the Boston Bombing when one of the patsies was shot on the spot while his brother survived only because a random citizen turned him over to the police after discovering him in his back yard, wounded. The same goes for France’s very own Toulouse massacre a couple of years ago, executed by a similar Gladio team as part of Sarkozi’s election campaign, and blamed on police informant Mohammed Merah who was then shot on the spot by the SWAT team surrounding the house where he was located at the time.
Similar patterns were also observed in Israel during the search for the abducted teens last summer, who were known to have been killed on the spot by the terrorists, but the public was led to believe by the authorities that they were still alive, as long as the extensive counter-Hamas operation was going on in the west bank. Only after long days of search the authorities began preparing public opinion to the inevitable discovery of the dead bodies.
Similar and even more dramatic conditioning of public opinion is underway right now in France, for the aforementioned reasons. It seems like France and Europe as a whole are under a full scale manufactured ‘clash of civilizations’ script precisely timed to converge with the unprecedented economic crisis and collapse of the Euro currency, coupled with the political crisis with Russia over Ukraine and the natural gas pipelines.
See these related articles as preliminary reading for the following news report:
- Russian Think Tank: US Intel carried out #CharlieHebdo attack
- False Flag Fallout: Paris Manhunt After #CharlieHebdo Patsies Underway
- #CharlieHebdo Paris attack conveniently attributed to “Al-Qaeda in Yemen”
Fear, paranoia in wooded area where Paris attack suspects hunted
Fear gripped residents in a wooded region of northern France Thursday where security forces hunted two brothers suspected of waging a Paris magazine massacre.
Helicopters buzzed overhead as elite police and paramilitary forces in their hundreds combed through an area in the Aisne region where the fugitives thought to be behind Wednesday’s bloodbath were spotted earlier.
Police searched garden huts, garages and anywhere else they could be hiding.
Wearing black bulletproof vests and heavy helmets, the security forces repeated the same routine again and again — four or five of them silently surrounded a building, while two others pointed their automatic rifles, ready to shoot if the suspects tried to burst out.
A cemetery, the banks of a pond… nothing was left to chance as anxious residents of villages and towns on their path looked on, a day and a half after two gunmen burst into the Paris offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine, mowing down 12 people.
On one occasion, 20 heavily armed security force officers surrounded a nearby house and stormed it, while journalists were kept away from the scene.
They were looking for Cherif Kouachi, 32, a known jihadist convicted in 2008 for involvement in a network sending fighters to Iraq, and his 34-year-old brother Said.
– ‘Loads of caves nearby’ –
“We live next to the forest,” said Roseline, a grandmother who lives in the small, picturesque village of Corcy.
“I’m scared, night is falling and they may be hidden nearby.”
Michel, a 55-year-old bus driver, said he was also scared. “I’ve gone round the house, closed the shutters, but there are loads of caves nearby and places where they grow mushrooms,” he said, suggesting they were ideal hiding places.
Carole, meanwhile, spent the day open-mouthed, watching heavily-armed security forces combing through the area.
She could not help but compare the protection afforded by the heavy weapons of the police with the helplessness of local residents.
“I don’t understand: the police are dressed like Robocops in the streets, but they let us move about freely. What if we came face-to-face with them, what do we do?” she asked.
A student, carrying a GoPro camera and a laptop computer, had ignored warnings from authorities that the men were likely to be “armed and dangerous” and decided to help out in the hunt for the two brothers.
– Two drivers get a fright –
A maximum security alert declared in the French capital Wednesday had been expanded to the region where Thursday’s manhunt was taking place.
“I really want to do something to help, even if I don’t have the means to do so. I know they are dangerous people but I don’t take that into account,” the student said.
He was however able to film the frightened faces of two drivers, stopped by security forces in their Clio car — the same brand as that abandoned by the suspects in the region — and forced to get out of the vehicle with their hands on their head for an ID check.
In the nearby town of Crepy-en-Valois, the continuous flow of security forces sparked a wave of fear and paranoia.
According to witnesses, several shops, including the local supermarket, closed for the whole day or at least part of it over fears owners would find themselves face to face with the fugitives.
“It’s especially (worrying) to know they’re in the area,” said Jonathan, 28, who works in a mobile phone store.
“Are they going to commit suicide and take people with them?”