CONFIRMED: French Government Knew Extremists
By Tony Cartalucci
November 14, 2015 "Information
Clearing House" - "LD"
- - As predicted and previously reported, terrorists who took
part in an unprecedented attack in the center of Paris killing over
a 100 and injuring hundreds more, were well-known to French security
agencies before the attack took place.
UK Daily Mail reported in its article, "Hunt
for the Isis killers: One terrorist identified as 'young Frenchman
known to authorities' - another two found with Syrian and Egyptian
One of the terrorists involved in last night's
attacks in Paris has been officially identified as a Parisian,
according to local media reports.
Similarly in January 2015 in the wake of the "Charlie
Hebo attack" which left 12 dead,
it was revealed that French security agencies tracked the
perpetrators for nearly a decade beforehand, having arrested at
least one terrorist a total of two times, incarcerating him at least
once, tracked two of them overseas where they had trained with known
terrorist organizations and possibly fought alongside them in Syria,
before tracking them back to French territory.
The man, who was killed at the Bataclan, was identified using
his fingerprints and was from the southern Parisian
neighbourhood of Courcouronnes.
French reports say that the man, who was around 30 years old,
was already known to French anti-terrorist authorities prior to
last night's attacks.
Astoundingly, French security agencies never moved in on the
terrorists, claiming that after a decade of tracking them, they had
finally decided to close their case for precisely the amount of time
needed for them to plan and execute their grand finale.
More Wars and More Surveillance Can't Help
With a similar scenario now emerging, particularly in the wake of
the "Charlie Hebo attack," where French security agencies knew about
extremists but failed to stop them before carrying out yet another
high-profile attack, even with enhanced surveillance powers granted
to them by recent legislation, it appears that no amount of
intrusive surveillance or foreign wars will stem a terrorist problem
the French government itself seems intent on doing nothing to stop.
The problem is not France's immigration laws. Dangerous people are
in France, but they are being tracked by French security agencies.
The problem is not Syria. Terrorists have left to fight there,
acquired deadly skills and affiliations before returning to France,
but have likewise been tracked by French security agencies. Instead,
the problem is that French security agencies are doing nothing about
these dangerous individuals knowingly living, working, and
apparently plotting in the midst of French society.
In the coming hours and days, the French government and its various
co-conspirators in their proxy war against Syria will propose a plan
of action they claim will stem the terrorist threat France and the
rest of Europe faces. But the reality is, the problem is not
something the French government can solve, because the problem is
clearly the French government itself.
ISIS is Behind the Paris Attacks, But Who is Behind ISIS?
With the so-called "Islamic State" (ISIS) emerging as being behind
the attack, the question that remains is, who is behind ISIS itself?
While the West has attempted to maintain the terrorist organization
possesses almost mythological abilities, capable of sustaining
combat operations against Syria, Iraq, Lebanon's Hezbollah, support
from Iran, and now the Russian military - all while carrying out
large-scale, high-profile terrorist attacks across the globe - it is
clear that ISIS is the recipient of immense multinational
The rise of ISIS was revealed as early as 2007 in interviews
conducted by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh
in his 9-page report "The Redirection." The interviews revealed
a plan to destabilize and overthrow the government of Syria through
the use of sectarian extremists - more specifically, Al Qaeda - with
arms and funds laundered through America's oldest and stanchest
regional ally, Saudi Arabia.
A more recent
Department of Intelligence Agency (DIA) report drafted in 2012 (.pdf) admitted:
If the situation unravels there is the
possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist
principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and Der Zor), and this is
exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in
order to isolate the Syrian regime, which is considered the
strategic depth of the Shia expansion (Iraq and Iran).
The DIA report enumerates precisely who these "supporting powers"
The West, Gulf countries, and Turkey support
the opposition; while Russia, China, and Iran support the
And to this day, by simply looking at any number of
maps detailing territory held by various factions amid the Syrian
conflict, it is clear that ISIS is not a "state" of any kind, but an
ongoing invasion emanating from NATO-member Turkey's territory,
with its primary supply corridor crossing the Turkish-Syrian border
between the Syrian town of Ad Dana and the western bank of the
Euphrates River, a supply corridor now increasingly shrinking.
In fact, the desperation exhibited by the West and
its efforts to oust the Syrian government and salvage its proxy
force now being decimated by joint Syrian-Russian military
operations, is directly proportional to the diminishing size and
stability of this corridor.
Just last week, Syrian forces reestablished firm control over the Kweyris
military airport, which was under siege for years. The airport is
just 20 miles from the Euphrates, and, as Syrian forces backed by
Russian airpower work their way up toward the Turkish border along
the Syrian coast, constitutes a unified front that will essentially
cut off ISIS deeper inside Syria for good.
Should ISIS' supply lines be cut in the north, the organization's
otherwise inexplicable fighting capacity will atrophy. The window
for the West's "regime change" opportunity is quickly closing, and
perhaps in a last ditch effort, France has jammed the spilled blood
and broken bodies of its own citizens beneath the window to prevent
it from closing for good.
The reality is that France knew the "Charlie Hebo" attackers, they
knew beforehand those involved in the most recent Paris attack, and
they likely know of more waiting for their own opportunity to
strike. With this knowledge, they stood by and did nothing. What's
more, it appears that instead of keeping France safe, the French
government has chosen to use this knowledge as a weapon in and of
itself against the perception of its own people, to advance its
geopolitical agenda abroad.
If the people of France want to strike hard at those responsible for
repeated terrorist attacks within their borders, they can start with
those who knew of the attacks and did nothing to stop them, who are
also, coincidentally, the same people who helped give rise to ISIS
and help perpetuate it to this very day.
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