SMOKING GUN. France false flag bombshell.
One of the supposed French “terrorists” met with THE PRESIDENT OF FRANCE (Sarkozy) in 2009!!!!
“an unlikely encounter between Nicolas Sarkozy, the then French President and Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman suspected of killing a police woman and of taking five hostages at a kosher grocery in eastern Paris today.
The meeting took place in 2009 in the Élysée Palace when Mr Sarkozy met nine young French men who got just jobs in a local factory. They were all from Grigny, a tough Parisian suburb torn by riots 10 years ago.
quote the “terrorist”:
“Sarkozy is not truly popular with the youth in the estates. But that is nothing personal. In fact it is the case for most politicians,” said Coulibaly. “The encounter really impressed me. Whether I like him or not, he is the president after all.”
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was an American politician in the state of Pennsylvania. He served from 1971 to 1981 as a Republican member of the Pennsylvania State Senate representing the state’s 50th district. He served as the 30th Treasurer of Pennsylvania from January 20, 1981, to January 22, 1987; on that day, Dwyer called a news conference in the Pennsylvania state capital of Harrisburg where he took his own life in front of the gathered reporters with a .357 caliber pistol. Dwyer’s suicide was also broadcast to a wide television audience across the state of Pennsylvania.
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Shortly before being killed in police shootouts, Chérif Kouachi and a man believed to have killed a police officer spoke on the phone with a French television station.
Video by BFMTV on Publish Date January 9, 2015. Photo by Getty Images.
His younger brother, Chérif Kouachi, 32, a sometime pizza delivery man and fishmonger, said he, too, had trained in Yemen. He had been arrested in France in 2005 as he prepared to leave for Syria, the first leg of a trip he had hoped would take him to Iraq; he was convicted three years later.
During the attack on the newspaper, the assailants identified themselves as part of Al Qaeda in Yemen and shouted, “Allahu akbar,” meaning, “God is great.” Their open embrace of Islam during an act of violence was seized on by those who had been warning about what they called the gulf between Islam and the values of the West.
The hostage taker at the supermarket was identified as Amedy Coulibaly, a 32-year-old Frenchman of African descent who had fatally shot a police officer in the south of Paris on Thursday. He was a friend of the younger Kouachi brother, Chérif.
The police said that both Mr. Coulibaly and Chérif Kouachi were followers of Djamel Beghal, a French-Algerian champion of jihad who was jailed in 2001 for planning an attack on the American Embassy in Paris.
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This feels like a tipping point – that we have now entered the age of ‘small-scale’ terrorism. That these kinds of brutal attacks on civilization are becoming an indelible aspect of modern life.
The police said Mr. Coulibaly had an accomplice, identified as Hayat Boumeddiene, 26. Her whereabouts on Friday was unclear.
Alain Grignard, a senior Belgian counterterrorism official who has investigated jihadist groups in France for decades, said in a telephone interview that, while it was uncertain whether the attacks had been coordinated, it was clear that the attackers had known each other and been part of the same network. He said their training and expertise showed that they were “not kids from the poor, working-class suburbs who just decided to do this.”
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Video shows people fleeing a kosher supermarket in Paris after the police stormed the building where an armed man held several hostages on Friday.
Video by Reuters on Publish Date January 9, 2015. Photo by Gabrielle Chatelain/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images.
The attack in Porte de Vincennes appeared to have been calculated to distract attention from the Kouachi brothers as they tried to avoid capture by the police, who had been searching for them since Wednesday, Mr. Grignard said.
After a fruitless chase that extended into northern France and back toward Paris, the police tracked the brothers early Friday to Dammartin-en-Goële. The brothers, armed with Kalashnikov rifles and a grenade launcher, seized the printing plant and took a hostage.
The police said the brothers had been located by helicopters with heat sensors. Soon afterward, residents of Dammartin-en-Goële, a sleepy rural village of 8,000, saw what looked like commandos drop from helicopters on ropes.
Planes at Charles de Gaulle Airport nearby were advised to avoid certain runways.
Officials ordered residents to stay indoors and close window shutters. Students were locked down in local schools, and police officers sealed off all roads.
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The belief in magic, whether it’s Islam, Catholicism, Judaism, etc., rules the planet Earth. How sad and pathetic.
Carl Jung once commented that converts are the most extreme fanatics because they want to conceal a hidden doubt. Stated another way, this…
These terrorist attacks keep happening unless the silent majority of Muslims step in and say in one voice that it’s time to put an end to…
While the brothers took control of the printing plant, the crisis took an unnerving turn when their associate, Mr. Coulibaly, seized hostages at the kosher supermarket about 30 miles away.
Hayat Boumeddiene, left, and Amedy Coulibaly. Mr. Coulibaly was killed after taking hostages in a kosher supermarket on Friday, the police said, and Ms. Boumeddiene is linked to that attack. Credit Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
Mr. Coulibaly, who the authorities said had gunned down a female police officer on Thursday in Montrouge, a suburb south of Paris, threatened to kill his hostages if the police attacked the Kouachi brothers.
The authorities said they believed Mr. Coulibaly was part of the same jihadist network as the brothers, and issued photographs of him and Ms. Boumeddiene.
In a measure of the jitters pervading Paris during the sieges, the police ordered shopkeepers on Rue des Rosiers, a street with many Jewish-owned businesses, to close as a precaution. The French news media said the Grand Synagogue of Paris had closed for security reasons, not hosting Shabbat services for the first time since World War II.
In an effort to calm the rising alarm, Mr. Hollande sought to assure the public that Paris remained safe. He walked, escorted by bodyguards, from his office at the Élysée Palace in the center of the city to the nearby headquarters of the Interior Ministry.
“France is going through a trying time,” he told officials at the ministry, vowing to regain control after attacks he described as “the worst of the past 50 years.”
With helicopters circling Dammartin-en-Goële as a cold drizzle fell, the police established contact with the brothers in the printing plant and began negotiations.
— Tat’s Revolution (@tatsrevolution) January 10, 2015