Among the signs pointing to Al Qaeda is the fact that a recent issue of Inspire — the propaganda magazine published by the Yemen affiliate of the group, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula — named Charlie Hebdo’s editor, Stéphane Charbonnier, to its suggested hit list of Westerners who have insulted the Muslim faith. His name appears in a two-page spread under the heading, “A Bullet a Day Keeps the Infidel Away — Defend the Prophet Mohammed.”
This, according to a NYT’s article suggesting that the Charlie Hebdo attack was the work of Al Qaeda or ISIS because the attackers were so casual, calm and well trained for the task. So much so that one of them stopped to pick up a sneaker they had dropped during the melee.
But if anything, this so called evidence that it was Al Qaeda suggests that whoever is behind this attack is specifically marketing to the Western mind, as if it was done especially for its theatrical effect. It even includes a gratuitous swipe at Obama, with “Yes We Can” as a slogan. And if all this were not proof enough…
One witness to the attack in Paris on Wednesday, Cédric Le Béchec, 33, a real estate agent, told a French publication that the gunmen had yelled, “Tell the media that we are Al Qaeda in Yemen.”
Well, then that settles it. Why shouldn’t we believe a murderous criminal in the middle of his bloody rampage? Surely, he is the most trustworthy to take for his word at a time like this. But not everyone thinks so.
“The reality is, we simply don’t know yet,” said Representative Adam Schiff, a California Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee[.]
But why let a little thing like the truth stand in the way of beating the drums of war against Islam?
Another tell tale sign that this whole sordid affair was more likely cooked up by some friendly neighborhood zionists, bent on fanning the flames of endless world war against Islam is the TImes’ reliance on “SITE intelligence,” a zionist agency from which the western world has gotten all of its anti-Islamic propaganda since on or before 9/11. Apparently, SITE has an exclusive contract with the world’s islamic terrorists, because no one ever cites anyone but SITE.
“I don’t respect this head-to-head A.Q. and I.S. fan business over the French attack,” a self-described ISIS fighter going by the name Qaqa al-Baritani saidon Twitter, according to a transcript provided by SITE Intelligence, which tracks jihadist statements. “Even if A.Q. did it, we will praise it.”
Finally, the video included in the NYT’s article, showing one of the gunman allegedly executing a downed french officer by shooting him in the head is oddly, blacked out, precisely at the moment where it is obvious that the bullet missed the officer and hit the sidewalk just behind him instead.
Thankfully, diligent bloggers had noticed this anomaly immediately after the shooting and downloaded the original footage for future naysayers to peruse. From the original, it becomes obvious that the NYT had no legitimate reason to black out the footage where it did, because no blood is evident, since indeed the shooter clearly missed the officer’s head.
This alone should be proof positive, for anyone with a head, that Charlie Hebdo was a setup and the mainstream media is in on it.