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originally posted by: JUhrman
That's exactly why I said you could have posted them to support your claims, but you are simply too lazy to do any research by yourself.
These pictures only proof there were almost a dozen people around the body, trying to re-animate it. So if your false flag scenario is true, they are ALL actors. All these people.
The blood is under the body as it was confirmed by testimonies of these medics who responded to claims like yours.
The blood was then washed with water and sand, forming the big stain we see later.
Everything is consistent, I see nothing strange that could only be explained by a false flag. But you sure do want it was the case.
originally posted by: spy66
Everything seems consistent that is the Whole point.
Ahmed Merabet, one of two police officers brutally murdered while patrolling the street outside the offices of Charlie Hebdo on Jan. 7, was buried Tuesday in Bobigny. That is, if you are to believe the totality of evidence, including his family’s heartbroken statements, the official government response to his death, and actual video of his murder. However, some conspiracy theorists, believe it or not, are finding all that rather unconvincing.
In fact, it’s the video documentation of the event that leads them to deny its legitimacy—something too nuts for even radio host and Infowars founder Alex Jones, himself the sort of person who speaks about the Illuminati with a straight face.
“It’s become a whole faux, fake controversy. It becomes one of these conspiracy theories,” Jones told me by phone Tuesday evening. “They love whodunnit ‘Clue’ games, so everyone can now debate it. It’s not an issue—and the police officer is dead.”
When tragedies of colossal proportions occur, the public struggles to make sense of why it happened. But the gravity of violence is apparently too much for some to deal with to the extent that they shun reality altogether in favor of easier-to-swallow complicated conspiracies involving government play actors and staged terror plots wherein no one really dies.
Unsurprisingly, searches for “Columbine shooting hoax” and “Sandy Hook shooting hoax” return similar results to that of Charlie Hebdo.
These types of conspiracies seem to irk Jones and company, who believe it hurts their brand (which they see as being all about healthy skepticism.)
“That discredits really questioning stuff,” Jones told me. “There are some people who believe everything the government says on one hand. On the other hand, [there are some] who don’t believe anything. I try to be in the middle. Of course, I get criticized a lot. ... We get called conspiracy theorists just because we engage in a thought process and don’t just trust the narrative.”
Paul Joseph Watson, an editor at Infowars, told me via email that the shooting-deniers have been going after him.
“I have been bombarded with messages from people calling me a ‘shill’ for not agreeing that the entire sequence of events was staged by crisis actors. ... I was also attacked by these same people for asserting that the NYPD murders last month did in fact really happen.”
“I’m happy to draw the ire of these people because I firmly believe that legitimate cover-ups are being obscured by the ‘everything is a hoax’ crowd. Genuine skepticism about government malfeasance is being discredited by these people.”
Watson himself posted a video to YouTube which discussed the shooting denialism. His video, he says, was inexplicably and repeatedly removed from the video-sharing platform.
So basically you admit it doesn't look like a false flag even after a critical analysis. Thanks!
originally posted by: JUhrman
a reply to: spy66
Why? I want the truth as much as you and I posted pictures none of you posted before.
originally posted by: hmmmbeer
Like I said earlier - the people killed were killed for a reason, and the others - where all the stories and questions arise - were to make extra sure to drum up anti-muslim sentiment. But the whole thing was an 'inside job' - state sponsored - not an act of independent terrorism.
originally posted by: hmmmbeer
a reply to: JUhrman
Hmmmm wikipedia says: "Ahmed Merabet, 42, a Muslim police officer of Algerian descent, shot in the head as he lay wounded on the ground outside". Do you see an error/problem with that?
Ahmed Merabet, 42, a Muslim police officer of Algerian descent, shot in the head as he lay wounded on the ground outside.
77. Polly Mosendz. "Police Officer Ahmed Merabet Shot During Charlie Hebdo Massacre". Newsweek. www.newsweek.com...
One of the police officers killed in the terrorist attack today in Paris has been identified as 42-year-old Ahmed Merabet.
The attack began around 11:30 a.m. local time when three men entered the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The men claimed that they were members of an Al-Qaeda faction in Yemen and were avenging the Prophet Muhammad. The magazine once ran an image of Muhammad and was condemned by some Muslims, as depictions of the Prophet are prohibited by Islamic law.
Two officers were shot during the attack, one of them at a distance as the gunmen fled. A masked man then approached the officer while he was lying on the ground and shot him at extremely close range. A video of the incident circulated online.
Ahmed Merabet[modifier | modifier le code]
Ahmed Merabet est né à Livry-Gargan (Seine-Saint-Denis)4. Il est brigadier à VTT du commissariat du 11e arrondissement2.
Il a été touché alors qu'il affrontait les auteurs de l'attentat boulevard Richard-Lenoir6, avant d'être abattu au sol, blessé et désarmé. Il avait 42 ans.
Ahmed Merabet est fait le 13 janvier, à titre posthume, chevalier de la Légion d'honneur avec citation à l'ordre de la Nation4. Il est inhumé au cimetière musulman de Bobigny.
- What would be the point of sparing the life of the cop if this is is a false flag?
- If the point is to stage a Muslim terror attack; why NOT killing the cop?