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Lost In Translation Charlie Hebdo
« on: January 16, 2015, 11:17:36 AM »
Detective George Freund


Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends. Come inside. Come inside the latest mass hypnosis event is poised to commence. In an uncanny parallel it has quite the similarity to the 1975 movie classic Three Days of the Condor where assassins invade a CIA research facility and eliminate all the agents for specific knowledge they might have accessed. Unlike the drama, there was no Robert Redford to escape and challenge the hidden hand within the intelligence services orchestrating the events. Our new Condor event also proceeds over three days in some sort of irony.



In this episode the entire world is held hostage with the power of a complicit media disseminating clearly observable falsehoods as truth. It all starts at the office of a publication in Paris called Charlie Hebdo. They are supposed to be masters of satire which can be cutting. However, they seem far more than that. They seem to be a propaganda organ of the state and to a greater effect the NATO alliance. They seem to push the envelope of what is acceptable criticism to outright psychological provocation of one clearly identifiable target group the Islamic faith. They printed cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad that can be summed up as crude and insulting. It could best be described as locker room humor that shouldn't be repeated in public. However, it was. NATO needs war and conflict in the Middle East. To get it it would be advantageous if NATO countries were attacked. Then in righteous response we can wage war. The only thing wrong was that outside of isolated incidents it wasn't working. Radical Islam, if there is such a thing that isn't inspired by Al CIAda, wasn't biting. The stage was set to turn up the heat. A casting call went out for jihadists to lay siege to Paris and capture the world's attention.



Charlie Hebdo believes in free speech. They believe so strongly they fired  journalist Mona Chollet in 2000 for her protests of their comments on Palestinians. In 2008 cartoonist Sine took on another faith. He was fired for being anti-Semitic. He made a cartoon about Jean Sarkozy's marriage to Jessica Sebaoun-Darty a Jewish heiress. The Jewish Defense League posted a death threat for him on their website. Free speech means we can read it in Swedish. In 2011 Charlie Hebdo was firebombed. The building was empty at the time. It was said their computers were the target of the attack. We wonder what secrets they held? Then in 2012, in co-ordination with the embassy attacks in the Middle East, they reprinted the cartoon. The catalyst was the CIA front film Innocence of Muslims used as a cover for the assault on the Benghazi embassy where Ambassador Stevens was murdered most likely in an inside hit for the knowledge he possessed. We must assume that Charlie Hebdo was aiding the company allies in igniting passion to cover up the crime. They were acquitted in court over suits brought about by the cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.



We advance to January 7, 2015. The offices of Charlie Hebdo were attacked by two gunmen who forced an employee by the name of Corrine 'Coco' Rey who was returning to Charlie Hebdo after picking up her child. She was confronted by the gunmen and ordered to enter the security code to the premises. She was witness to the shooting spree as well as she hid upstairs. That's good copy except where were the police shown stationed above in the Google Street View from August 2014. If they weren't there or lying dead in the street, why would she approach? It is said the murdered policeman that isn't in the spotlight was Brigadier Franck Brinsolaro. He was upstairs. If so how was it he wasn't able to return fire? The victims were called out to face their executioners. Ironically Franck's wife Ingrid Brinsolaro is an editor to another Publihebdos newspaper. There are many questions and evasive answers. The most important one was where was the blood? That arose in the next segment and destroyed the byline. A picture of the office space was released.

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