April 15, 2013 – Boston Marathon bombing. 3 people killed.
January 7, 2015 – Charlie Hebdo attack, Paris. 12 people killed.
November 13, 2015 – Paris staduim attacks. 129 killed.
We have a brothers problem.
Tamerlan and Dzhokar Tsarnaev – Boston.
Saïd Kouachi, his brother Chérif Kouachi – Paris.
In my article, “The Bizarre Actions of the ‘Kouachi brothers,” I question whether the Charlie Hebdo assassins were in fact the Kouchi brothers.
And now we have another set of brothers in Paris – the Abdeslam brothers.
Salah Abdeslam (26) and Brahim Abdeslam (31)
Allegedly, Brahim blew himself up at the Comptoir Voltaire in the French capital, a cafe close to the Bataclan concert hall, and brother Salah is “still on the run.” A third brother, Mohammed, has fronted the media, claiming he was not involved. Salah, now the most wanted man in Europe, apparently told a friend (an unverified source) in Brussels that the attack had gone too far and that he regretted his part in the atrocity. Amazing.
The Mayor of Molenbeek, Francoise Schepmans, says the brothers were “not social rejects… They were boys who had an education, who were given work – a family who were given housing and despite all that they fell into radicalism, into terrorism.”
Reports indicate that Belgium police questioned the two brothers – exactly when has not been revealed – but both were released because they didn’t appear to represent any threat, and the French authorities were not informed!
Interestingly, the Tsarnaev and the Kouachi brothers were known to police.
There are more brothers:
Abdelhamid Abaaoud and his 13 year-old brother Younes.
Abdelhamid, the alleged “mastermind” behind the Paris terror attacks, had persuaded his 13-year-old brother to travel to Syria to be recruited by ISIS. The MSM reports that Abdelhamid was killed in a police raid in the Paris suburb of St-Denis on Wednesday 19 November – six days after the attacks. He was the head of a terrorist cell in Verviers that was dismantled by Belgian police in January 2014, and was sentenced, in abstentia, to 20 years — along with 32 other jihadists.
“Brothers in Arms” is the title of a 1985 song by Dire Straits’. These are some of the lyrics:
“…Through these fields of destruction
Baptisms of fire
I’ve witnessed your suffering
As the battle reached higher
And though they did hurt me so bad
In the fear and alarm
You did not desert me
My brothers in arms…
…We are fools to make war
On our brothers in arms”
So who is making war? It has already been demonstrated in many ways that the Boston brothers were not the perpetrators of the Marathon bombing. One bro was killed in custody; the other is on Death Row.
Regarding the very well-shared drama of the Charlie Hebdo shootings ten months ago, how would we know who did it? After the hooded “assassins” escaped and disappeared (leaving an ID card). A day later the “suspects” – brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi – surfaced without hoods to steal water and petrol. They were then hunted down and were shot dead by police, in a warehouse. (Any reason not to just smoke them out?)
We might have learned more about the Charlie Hebdo “event”, but Helric Fredou, the police commissioner who was investigating the Charlie attack, committed “suicide” in his office. (No investigation required?)
Our Gumshoe writer Mary W Maxwell holds that the creators of these “terrorist” psy-ops are now deliberately choosing brothers. The reason, she says, is that the public is able to automatically understand that family members will act together. They become a formidable team. And in the Boston case, the story was expanded to say that the big brother took the little one (Jahar) under his wing and schooled him in religion – and bombs, of course.
State of Emergency
Now France is under a nationwide state of emergency. The last time this happened was in 1961 when army generals attempted a coup d’état during the Algerian war. On Monday the government might extend the powers for several months.
This means that exceptional powers are given to authorities – including the right to: set curfews, limit the movement of people, forbid mass gatherings, establish secure zones, monitor and close public spaces, and it can also allow for controls to be imposed on the media.
But the media are controlled anyway.
Powers are given to the security services and police to act without judicial oversight. This reminds me of the the states of emergency back in South Africa.
Below is Mary explaining that since “Bataclan,” we, in Australia, live in a police state: