ISIS claims responsibility for both Paris attack & Russian jet crash

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Paris attacks Nov. 13, 2015
On Friday, Nov. 13, 2015, eight men undertook multiple attacks in Paris — at a death metal music concert, 2 restaurants, a soccer stadium, and on streets. We are told this morning that 127 were killed, 300 were wounded, 80 of whom are in critical condition. All 8 attackers are now dead: 7 died in suicide bombings; the 8th was shot by police. Officials say accomplices may still be at large. (NYT)
French President François Hollande immediately called the attacks “an act of war” and identified ISIS or the Islamic State as the party responsible. He said: “It is an act of war that was committed by a terrorist army, a jihadist army, Daesh, against France,” using an Arabic acronym for the Islamic State. “It is an act of war that was prepared, organized and planned from abroad, with complicity from the inside, which the investigation will help establish.”
The New York Times reports that this morning, the Islamic State claims responsibility for the attacks, calling the attacks “the first of the storm” and mocking France as a “capital of prostitution and obscenity”.
The admission of responsibility is in the form of a communiqué published in Arabic, English and French on the Islamic State’s encrypted account on Telegram, a messaging platform, and then distributed via its supporters on Twitter, according to a transcript provided by the SITE Intelligence Group that tracks jihadist propaganda. The communiqué says:

“Eight brothers, wrapped in explosive belts and armed with machine rifles, targeted sites that were accurately chosen in the heart of the capital of France, including the Stade de France during the match between the Crusader German and French teams, where the fool of France, François Hollande, was present. Let France and those who walk in its path know that they will remain on the top of the list of targets of the Islamic State.”

The statement was released on the same Telegram channel that was used to claim responsibility for the crash of a Russian jet over the Sinai Peninsula two weeks ago, which killed 224 people.

Analysts said the nature of the attacks — indiscriminate killings — was more in keeping with actions of the Islamic State than with those of Al Qaeda. The timing and extent of the celebration expressed online by IS supporters added weight to the claim. Al Qaeda’s attacks display more carefully defined targeting.

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Military troops are patrolling Paris; France is in a nationwide state of emergency, its borders closed.

But this is what NYT reporters Adam Nossiter, Aurelien Breeden and Nicola Clark 

The attacks, and the possibility that the Islamic State was to blame, promised to further traumatize France and other European countries already fearful of violent jihadists radicalized by the conflicts in Syria and elsewhere. It could also lend weight to the xenophobic arguments of right-wing populists like Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front party.

So, self-preservation to the NYT is now xenophobia.

Meanwhile, writing for Activist Post, Brandon Turbeville is questioning what we are told about the attacks:

For many, claims that the attackers belong to ISIS is a deal breaker. For these individuals, ISIS is a shadowy terrorist organization that supports itself and has created a caliphate in eastern Syria and western Iraq that can scarcely be defeated (except when the Russians bomb it). However, the facts do not support such a shallow understanding of the ISIS terrorist organization. ISIS was entirely created, funded and directed by the United States, Britain, France and other NATO countries. Its actions have been coordinated by the Anglo-American Intelligence apparatus for geopolitical purposes all across the world both at home and abroad. For this reason, the declaration that ISIS committed a terrorist attack in Paris is by no means a get-out-of-jail-free card for the Western Intelligence apparatus. Instead, it is the trademark of their handiwork. Please see these articles for more information on the nature of ISIS: here, here, here and here.


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0 responses to “ISIS claims responsibility for both Paris attack & Russian jet crash

  1. Let’s just hope that France isn’t to much into foreigner tourists bringing their money to see the sites, eat at famous restaurants, etc. You would have to be daft to travel there now. According to a map I recently saw, which outlined the areas that were predominately occupied by Muslim immigrants, I came away with the feeling that far too much of the French countryside would be unsafe to travel in. As we see the further resettling in other European countries by the Muslim hoards, I think other European countries will also fall like dominoes, and they also will be unsafe for tourists to travel in. Heck! They’re unsafe for he native populations! The fact that France has closed their boarders is a very good thing. These folks need to be returned to their own countries.

  2. Of course, liberals have a plan… send James Taylot\r back in!

  3. Please do not begin to think of all Muslims as evil because of this. I have plenty of Muslim friends and even a few distant family members of mine are Muslim. They are completely against these terrorist extremists.

    • Lina,
      I ask you and your Muslim friends and family who don’t support “terrorist extremists” to speak out. If you don’t, then people will think of all Muslims as evil.

    • I whole heartedly agree with you . . . . . but how can we, the common people distinguish jihadists from peace loving individuals. This whole thing is one of the most frightening phenomenas we have been faced with in 70years.
      God Bless America!

    • Then they had better hit the streets and start loudly protesting PDQ, because I am about 20 miles beyond through with hearing about “moderate” Muslims.
      As I see it, the true believers are the ones killing the infidels, and the so-called “moderates” are either cheering them on, or they are fake Muslims.
      Sorry, but I call it like I see it, and so far, all I have seen are Muslims all over cheering on the terrorist scum that carried out the attacks in France.
      If there really is such a thing as moderate Muslims, they need to speak up and be heard – sooner rather than later.
      And the problem they are going to have is overcoming the fact that Muslims are commanded to lie in any and all dealings with infidels.
      I have read the Qur’an, BTW, so don’t even try to tell me that command does not exist.

  4. Yeah, France has closed the borders; which means they’ve closed the muslims IN WITH the native populations–it’s similar to an open air concentration camp or colosseum, where the senate gets to watch the Catholics get eaten by the lions, or killed by the gladiators.
    No EU politician is going to send the muslims back to their respective country of origin because no EU politician is going to bite the hand that has fed him/her all along. Those politicians got to be politicians because they were corrupted by or were ‘all-aboard’ with the powers that be in the first place.

  5. I’m still awaiting their promise to behead o’bama. Until they do that, I won’t believe them!

  6. I will agree with Hollande: This was an “Act of War.” So my question is this: Qui Bono? How do we discover the answer to that question? Simple: WHO is funding, staffing and directing ISIS? That gives us the answer to “Qui Bono?” because ISIS is MERCENARY. They are not acting on their own accord, so let us NOT give them the benefit of the doubt that “they are willing to die for what they believe”: They are willing to die for what someone else believes.
    As for the New York Times, they are not the “Paper of Record.” They are the “Paper of Behavioral Modification.” It is not the purpose of the Times to report the truth, any more than Henry James ever wrote a story: All Henry James ever did was tell us ABOUT a story, and that’s not the same thing. Yes, the Times would have us believe that “self-preservation is xenophobia.” That’s not news—it’s NIHILISM, and it’s the nihilism that our Ruling Elite would have us believe. Again, Qui Bono?

  7. Until the moderate Muslims rise up and annihilate the radicals, it is safer to consider them all evil. If we treat them all as enemies, we shall be less likely to be unprepared when they attempt to stab us in the back.

    • The problem is that yes, there are moderate Islamics in a majority, BUT they have huge hurdles to overcome, to wit:
      1. Most live in countries where they cannot easily arm themselves; and
      2. they’re up against the limitless resources of the Saudi Mafia, as well as the Mid-East gubbmints that support them, such as Turkey, even as they say they are an ally w/the US or NATO. Uh huh, oh yeah?
      3. So they are truly a ‘silent majority’ who fear harm to themselves or their families if they come forward.
      I heard a young Islamic woman today on CBC’s ‘Cross Country Check-up,’ our weekly national ‘check in’ event, much as we do after Meeting for Worship. She came here as a young child w/her parents, so although she’s a Muslim, the fact is she’s only known Canada for the greater part of her life.
      She said she hated the crazy fanatics, as they give all Muslims a bad name, and people now are prejudiced against her before they know her. She’s had to work her way through college, still lives at home, and wishes there was something she could do. She feels helpless, as if she did protest too much, she might be singled out by fanatics secreted amongst Canada’s population.
      It’s very disheartening to learn that these creeps were funded by the CIA, gubbmints such as Saudi Arabia, Israel, and Turkey [which has a LOT to answer for in this nightmare]. Toyota knows perfectly well who paid for all those shiny new Toyota SUVs that these creeps rode around in earlier this year: why don’t they tell us who wrote the cheque? After all, Japan’s an ally, isn’t it?

  8. Folks we’ve been had. Again. Another hoax shooting, 95%
    Some good points raised here:

  9. I think we need to be very cautious here, as the real powers behind the ISIS and other radicals are the gubbmints and big banks funding both sides, goes back to the Napoleanic Wars.
    An old story: same masters, different puppet-players! Eo will sleuth this out perfectly, so stay tuned!

  10. Yes, another false flag event brought to you by ISIS.
    Ken O’Keefe identifies who ISIS is at the 5:10 mark in the following video.

  11. This text is worth everyone’s attention. How can I find out


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