Skip to comments.The False Flag Link: Passport "Found" Next To Suicide Bomber Was "Definitely A Forgery"
Posted on 11/15/2015 8:00:34 AM PST by SeekAndFindEdited on 11/15/2015 8:42:21 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
Yesterday, when we explained just how the tragic events in France over the past 48 hours unfolded precisely as we predicted they would two months ago (ironically, as per our post from September 11, 2015) we commented on the oddly fortuitous discovery of an intact Syrian passport found next to the body of one of the suicide bombers, a passport which Greece chimed in as belonging to a Syrian refugee who had entered the country at Leros on October 3, 2015 from where he subsequently travelled all the way to Paris.
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Probably tossed down by the French wing of the NRA. Or something.
It’s a forgery?
No surprise that the Jihadists were traveling using fake documents — the entire “refugee” invasion of Europe is based on fraud.
Mighty quick thinking by someone if this writer’s theory is to be believed.
Personally I think Occam’s Razor applies here.
I think the more feasible explanation is that these attacks have all been carried out by French citizens, and the French government is latching onto ISIS and these Syrian migrants to avoid dealing with the obvious problem here.
That’s because there are only 12 of these jihadi/refugees that have ever even been to Syria.
Here is what the Muslims are saying:
These are Obama's allies.
The bigger question — which is a legitimate one — is why the dude would be carrying a passport around for something like this. You don’t hear stories of gunmen involved in mass shootings here in the U.S. carrying their passports to the scene of the crime.
I do not think it means what you think it means.
Meanwhile our HumInt falls further behind at least in part due to our reliance on drones and our squeamishness to used enhanced interrogation techniques. But, rest assured, Barry has contained ISIS.
A lot of suppositions and could-be’s actually. Whether forged in Turkey, stolen from a Syrian or whatever, the trail for this passport on its last legs were in Austria and France.
What this tells me is that right thinking intelligent countries in the west that are civilized should NOT be accepting claims of so-called Islamic refugees for any purpose. Let these people stay where they are. To import just one is to let slip the chance that you have imported a Muslim terrorist.
What the HELL is the writer trying to say? That it was the French government and not Muslim terrorists who “false flagged” the operation, like “Bush and Mossad did 9/11”? That Mossad drugged up a bunch of Rabbinical students to blow themselves up after killing Infidels? That it is not possible for a Jihadist to forget the phony passport is in his pocket?
In other words, WHAT IS THE WRITER’S AGENDA?
The forged passport does NOT make the attack a false flag.
Proving that the passport was planted to cast blame would make it so.
The forgery simply means that the individual, most likely, was not who he claimed to be.
And people wonder why US citizens are outraged at accepting ANY “Syrian refugees”. We can’t prove who they are, or who they are not.
Are these Muslim terrorists supposed to be geniuses?
I read stories all the time about criminal stupidity. Maybe they thought they'd kill a bunch of people and make their escape? The idea that the French, or someone, faked up passports to make Muslim refugees look bad, is typical Tyler Durden silliness.
Because when you travel and have to cross between countries frequently, you keep your passport on you. It could be just that it was in his jacket pocket where it always sits for easy access and to make sure it isn’t lost. When he grabbed his jacket to head out to the attack, he probably wasn’t thinking “Oh, I better leave my passport behind. I won’t need that!”
Throw down your passport to fake your own death.
The writer is a moron.
Agreed, but a moron with an agenda. What is it?
Sometimes things are done out of habit. I always have my ID with me when I leave the house.
If someone is traveling in a foreign country, putting their passport in their pocket is an unconscious habit IMO.
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