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Pandemonium in Paris: Not ISIS?

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posted on Nov, 15 2015 @ 01:25 PM

originally posted by: Moresby
a reply to: RomeByFire


And you can take it further.

Much of ISIS is a fiction. It just isn't happening. A significant portion of the rest is the result of Western intelligence. A small portion is homegrown and labelled ISIS, ISIL, IS, Daesh, or whatever they're calling it this week.

You know there's something fishy when no one can settle on a name.

You know something is fishy when the puppets are attacking Assad and no other countries in the region... like Israel, Jordan, or Saudi Arabia. Puppets never attack the puppet masters.

But let's keep living in The Land of Make Believe. Big Rock Candy Mountain, maybe?

posted on Nov, 15 2015 @ 01:29 PM
a reply to: Metallicus

The fascinating part is that reaction can be manipulated as well. It was eventually learned that the narrative can manipulate both the intended culture, as well as its counter-culture just as effectively. The fringe left remaining are largely irrelevant. "Control opposition" might come to mind, but its much more subtle in totality.

There is a dangerous game afoot, and make no mistake, the players do view it as a game from their insular bubbles.

New technologies can give the tools for an entirely different world, but human behavior will dictate whether that is moving towards altruism or greater division and destruction. Perhaps a seemingly unrelated point, but it weighs heavily on my own mind.

I think one of the issues is that thoughts outside the status quo narrative (which is more encompassing than normally stated, ironically) are not only dismissed outright, but actively silenced. We see it on nearly every topic on this message board, and others.

Its very difficult to get definitive answers, to say the least. We may never get them.
edit on 15-11-2015 by Serdgiam because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 16 2015 @ 08:28 AM
a reply to: soficrow

while i applaud you for thinking out of the box, i think more MSM attention should be brought to the creation and continued funding of ISIS which is taking responsibilities for these attacks.

But that wont happen, as we know that it was mainly the West and CIA that did so.

Guardian Article

what I don't get, is why this doesn't make it to the headlines of the evening news...

posted on Nov, 16 2015 @ 11:07 AM
a reply to: pigsy2400

Thanks. I think the Paris attacks served a number of agendas, but least of all ISIS (who was and is trained and funded by the West). As evidenced by the predictable response in the air and at the G20 meeting.

posted on Nov, 16 2015 @ 08:48 PM
Quick Update:

Bloody Business: Arms Manufacturers’ Stock Prices Soar After Paris Attacks

U.S. approves $1.29 billion sale of smart bombs to Saudi Arabia

Which Defense Contractors Win After French Attacks?

Now, with the attacks in Paris, defense contractors are gearing up for another round of profit.

Over the last five years the biggest makers of military hardware - Lockheed Martin (NYSE:LMT), General Dynamics (NYSE:GD), Northrup Grumman (NYSE:NOC) and Boeing (NYSE:BA) - have all scored gains that greatly exceeded that of the S&P 500.

Some of the biggest have gone to Northrup Grumman, which recently won an $80 billion contract for bombers that Boeing and Lockheed Martin are protesting. Deliveries start in 2025.

But the real news has been the move of these giant defense contractors into cyber-security, where they have been butting heads with cyber experts like L-3 (NYSE:LLL), Harris (NYSE:HRS) and Raytheon (NYSE:RTN), with great success. Both General Dynamics and Lockheed Martin are expected to be bidding for the government's latest cyber-command contract, while gains in the big hardware makers have mainly exceeded those in the electronics specialists over the last five years.

posted on Nov, 17 2015 @ 06:09 PM

originally posted by: WCmutant

originally posted by: Jonjonj
No, just friggin no!!! Not every friggin thing is directed by some hidden secret evil power.
Evil is evil, it needs no excuses and it helps nobody to make excuses for it.

I really wish I could join you in sticking my fingers in my ears and yelling "lalalalalala." However, soficrow makes valid points about who benefits.

When your personal rights and freedoms continue to diminish all in the name of National Security to fight "terrorism" remember you aren't willing to question things and would rather keep those fingers firmly planted in your ears.

The truth of the matter is our government (and shadow government) does not have a stellar record when it comes to creating false flags to push agendas and narratives. These agendas and narratives have ALWAYS led to more money and power for them (the ruling elite).

George Orwell on Totalitarianism:
“A society living by and for continuous warfare in which the ruling caste have ceased to have any real function but succeed in clinging to power through force and fraud.”

So sorry! Missed your post. S&

And see above: Who's Benefitting Now? ...there's more coming out but didn't file links.

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