The Jamal Khashoggi Rollocks

Have you noticed that all the recent ‘terror attacks’ in the West have suddenly stopped? Here’s a run through of some of the major ones (most of which happened in France) set against events in Syria (I’m not going to give links. You can look it up if you doubt the veracity of anything I’m saying):

September 2014: the Americans started bombing Syria, based on what was later proved to be a false flag chemical attack blamed on the Assad government.

January 2015: two brothers, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, forced their way into the Paris offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Armed with assault rifles and other weapons, they killed twelve people and injured eleven others. Charlie Hebdo had been publishing humorous cartoons which depicted the prophet Muhammad, including nude caricatures. The gunmen identified themselves as belonging to an Islamist terrorist group based in Yemen, which took responsibility for the attack. Several related attacks followed in the Île-de-France region, where a further five were killed and eleven wounded.

Summer 2015: people fleeing American-led wars, particularly in Syria, caused the biggest refugee crisis in Europe since the Second World War. There were Biblical scenes of hoardes of dusky skinned people walking along roads and crossing fields. Not one European leader had the balls to stand up to the Americans about this (because all European leaders are bought and paid for).

September 2015: at the invitation of the Assad government the Russians intervened in Syria.

November 2015: another terrorist jolly, on Friday the 13th no less. It took place in Paris during the evening. Three suicide bombers struck outside the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, during a football match. This was followed by several mass shootings, and a suicide bombing, at cafés and restaurants. Gunmen carried out another mass shooting and took hostages at an Eagles of Death Metal concert in the Bataclan theatre, leading to a stand-off with police. The attackers were shot or blew themselves up when police raided the theatre. Syrian passports were found near the bodies of two of the terrorists and the next day ISIS claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks.

In Syria the bloodbath continued relentlessly.That month, Turkish forces shot down a Russian warplane near the Syria–Turkey border. In December the Russians claimed that oil from deposits controlled by Islamic State were being moved through Turkey on an industrial scale. The western media pumped out a barrage of hate against Putin & Co. The usual batshit crazies in Washington and London were screaming for war with Russia, not seeming to understand what such a war would mean. The run-up to Christmas 2015 was perhaps the most dangerous time for the world since the Cuban missile crisis in 1962.

Thankfully, the Russians remained calm amid all the hysteria. The Turks, too, seemed to realise that things were getting totally out of control and in Spring 2016 they began to enact major changes to their foreign policy, including a thaw in relations with Russia. In March, Russia withdrew most of its military from Syria, saying that five months of campaigns had mostly succeeded in eliminating the immediate wider threat from ISIS. All this was against the backdrop of continued NATO expansion along Russia’s borders, and the Americans announcing that they were going to base missiles in Poland and Romania.

March 2016: another major terror attack, not in France this time but in neighbouring Belgium. Three coordinated suicide bombings occurred in Brussels, killing 32 people. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks. Once again we had para-military police and all the rest of it. The city of Brussels was put into lockdown for four days.

On 15 July 2016, a coup d’état was attempted in Turkey against state institutions, including the government and President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Most commentators think that the CIA were behind this coup.

With the Russians now once again taking military action against ISIS in Syria, and at the same time as the Turkish coup, US Secretary of State John Kerry was due to fly to Moscow on 15th July 2016 for talks with President Putin about the situation in Syria. One day before these talks took place another major terror event occurred in France. A large cargo lorry was deliberately driven into crowds celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, resulting in the deaths of 86 people and injuring 434. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack. Hours after the attack, President Hollande addressed the nation. He stated that France was now at war and the state of emergency, which was due to expire on 26th July, would be extended by another 3 months, with considerations for it to be made permanent (it has now been made permanent under President Macron).

Christmas 2016: another major terrorist attack, this time in Germany. A truck was driven into the Christmas market next to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin, leaving 12 people dead and 56 others injured. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, which came one day before talks on Syria were held in Moscow. Russia, Iran and Turkey pledged to expand a fragile cease-fire deal involving Syria’s government and the opposition. Uncle Sam & Co were not invited to these talks.

There’s been many more ‘terror attacks’ during the period I’m covering here, but looking at these major ones do you see how it mirrors exactly what was going on in Syria, and to the benefit of the psychos who want to perpetuate a war in Syria? (and to hell with the huge number of innocents who get slaughtered in the process)

Another hallmark of these ‘terror attacks’ is how the mainstream media promote them, in the sense that the MSM pump out an orgy of fear and grief for days and days on end (just in case you don’t get the message). The really frightening thing about this is that it’s co-ordinated across the entire mainstream media.

This brings me onto the apparent recent murder of the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Notice the saturation coverage by the MSM…

Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman (known as MBS), the effective ruler of Saudi Arabia, has recently been feted by the MSM as a great reformer, because he’s now allowing women to drive cars and is not beheading quite so many teenagers for committing sorcery. Why the sudden 180 degree turn by the MSM on MBS? That’s probably an easy one to answer:

Exclusive: China offers to buy 5 percent of Saudi Aramco directly – sources

Saudi Aramco expands presence in China refining market with signing of MOU with Zhejiang Petrochemical

Expect to see Prince Mohammad Bin Salman replaced by another American puppet sometime soon.

Perhaps a more difficult question is how these cockroaches in the mainstream media can look at themselves in the mirror in the morning.

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3 Responses to The Jamal Khashoggi Rollocks

  1. freddy says:

    Not forgetting to
    “Look the other Way” if CHINA is in the frame, for human life abuses.
    Another influential Chinaman “falls off a roof”
    Mr Zheng, who was 59, fell off the building where he lived, officials said.

  2. freddy says:

    ISIS throw people off the roof.
    In other countries people fall off the roof.

    What could be the underlying reason for Mr. Kashoggi
    to be butchered in the SA building, in Istanbul.
    If he had just, fallen off the roof,
    nobody would have minded, so why all the drama?

  3. freddy says:

    The Kremlin has said it is concerned about the report by Russia’s Defense Ministry say that a US spy plane was actually in control of a drone attack on Russia’s Khmeimim air base in Syria back in January.
    “This is undoubtedly a very alarming report,” Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin spokesman, said.

    He made clear that the military have analyzed all available data and have drawn necessary conclusions before saying that the drone attack on the Russian air base was directed from a US P-8 Poseidon surveillance plane.

    A Japanese reporter has just been released by al queda in SYRIA, he is now in Turkey, best not go to the Saudi Embassy, just in case.

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