Barcelona – Another Day, Another False Flag

In my previous post I was banging on about false flag terrorism, but after I posted it I realised that I didn’t directly give any examples (because, to be honest, I get bored with it all). So, in this post I’m going to try to give you some evidence that the recent ‘terror attack’ in Barcelona was a complete hoax; but before I get into all that let’s have some cute kittens…

You can find further examples of ‘Barcelona cute kittens’ on Twitter here and here. They did a similar thing in the immediate aftermath of the Brussels terror attacks in 2015. Cute kittens, ay, instead of photos and video of what actually happened. So, let me get onto last week’s terror attack in Barcelona. The following mobile phone footage has been widely circulated in the mainstream media. You’ll notice that some of the ‘victims’ have been pixilated out, presumably so that viewers aren’t distressed by the horrific injuries…

The following is exactly the same video, except without the pixillation and without the two Beeps, which are apparently there to cover bad language…

You might notice that the pixillation in the censored video is not hiding horrific injuries, and one of the pixilated victims appears to be a mannequin, bizaarely naked from the waist down. Also, the two Beeps in the censored video aren’t there to cover bad language, and seem to have been put in just for effect. In fact, even if you go through the censored video frame by frame, and look really closely, you seem to be seeing a mix of mannequins and the usual crisis actors. The cute kitten trick is making it a bit harder to figure out exactly what happened in Barcelona last week. Of course, if the authorities want to stop people like me speculating all they have to do is release some CCT footage of the event – because these terror attacks all take place in areas that are bristling with CCT cameras – but they never do. I wonder why that is?

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