Paris Terror Suspect Met With Sarko in 2009

By: Jay

All the details I mentioned in the Paris 9/11 story that are consonant with false flags have now emerged.  The siege ending in a standoff with reported hostages has the tell-tale signs of a false flag event.  In fact, Amedi Coulibaby, one suspect, met with Sarkhozy in 2009 as the below article shows.  On top of that, Pentagon-dining guest and CIA asset Anwar al-Awlaki was also affiliated with the Kouachi suspects, sending funding according to reports. The story sounds like a Taken film, but I guess Liam Neeson was too busy filming part 17 to save the day.   Aren’t the people the terrorists consort with relevant?

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Here is a news tip courtesy of Dutchsinse via Facebook:

“[A]n unlikely encounter between Nicolas Sarkozy, the then French President and Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman suspected of killing a police woman and of taking five hostages at a kosher grocery in eastern Paris today.

The meeting took place in 2009 in the Élysée Palace when Mr Sarkozy met nine young French men who got just jobs in a local factory. They were all from Grigny, a tough Parisian suburb torn by riots 10 years ago.”

“Quoting the “terrorist”:

“Sarkozy is not truly popular with the youth in the estates. But that is nothing personal. In fact it is the case for most politicians,” said Coulibaly. “The encounter really impressed me. Whether I like him or not, he is the president after all.”

The article referring to the meeting is here.

In my mind, the story brings back memories of the scandal involving Dominique Strauss-Kahn, and likely has to do with Anglo power axis not liking the potential pivot of France toward Palestine and Russia.  However, I wouldn’t place much hope in a Grand Orient Hollande move toward Palestine, with the UN playing a massive role in the Palestine issue.  Meanwhile, the US has been aiding and training these Jihadis, not since Obama’s regime, but, as you recall, back to Brzezinski and Robert Gates.  And before that, British Intelligence did it for a hundred years prior.

“God is on your side!” Brzezinski tells the Mujahideen in Pakistan.

35 thoughts on “Paris Terror Suspect Met With Sarko in 2009

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  5. Everything here:
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    quote:…

    “an unlikely encounter between Nicolas Sarkozy, the then French President and Amedy Coulibaly, the gunman suspected of killing a police woman and of taking five hostages at a kosher grocery in eastern Paris today.

    The meeting took place in 2009 in the Élysée Palace when Mr Sarkozy met nine young French men who got just jobs in a local factory. They were all from Grigny, a tough Parisian suburb torn by riots 10 years ago.

    Quoting the “terrorist”:

    “Sarkozy is not truly popular with the youth in the estates. But that is nothing personal. In fact it is the case for most politicians,” said Coulibaly. “The encounter really impressed me. Whether I like him or not, he is the president after all.”
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    Is not in the article JPG. It may very well be a translation from another article, more recent as it references 2009 in past tense, but it most definitely is not from http://www.leparisien.fr/grigny-91350/amedi-27-ans-rencontre-sarkozy-cet-apres-midi-15-07-2009-580211.php or the picture of it you feature.

    I’m a stickler for precision, as you know.

      • The word was spoken.

        “Ceux qui ont commis ces actes, ces terroristes, ces illuminés, ces fanatiques, n’ont rien à voir avec la religion musulmane”: Those who’ve committed these acts, these terrorists, these cultists, these fanatics, have nothing to do with Islam

        “Illuminés” is a funny word when used by atheists in France. The word is much older than the 18th century when the Bavarian Illuminati took the German name “Illuminaten.” Illuminés literally means “illuminated” and “Illuminati” but is often used to mean a (superstitious) cultist as well in a pejorative manner. Pierre Plantard was called an “illuminés” by a police investigator in the 1940s and used the word in much the same way. The Priory of Sion believing crowd jumped on it for obvious reasons.

        I believe if one looks hard enough, you’ll see examples of this sort of use in France when they talk about people such as Charles Manson or Scientology etc.

      • Looked up the reference to Plantard being called an illuminé. It’s from “The Sion Revelation: The Truth About the Guardians of Christ’s Sacred Bloodline” By Lynn Picknett, Clive Prince, p. 65. It’s a really good book because it’s premised upon a thorough look into the parapolitical/occult/synarchist side of the people behind the Priory of Sion rather than enumerating endless myths and “bloodline” tales. Picknett and Prince also spend much time in France and are as fluent in the language as can be. Anyway, here’s what they say about the meaning of “illuminés”:

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        The report’s conclusion is a glittering prize to those who dismiss Plantard’s entire career as the product of his own mythomania. In particular, it describes him as “illuminé et prétentieux.” The word illuminé depends very much on its context: literally meaning “lit up,” when applied to, say, a poet, it means “inspired”; more generally it means “visionary”; when used pejoratively—as it clearly is by the police investigator—essentially it means a crank.

        The full verdict reads: “Indeed, Plantard, who boasts of being in contact with numerous men of politics, appears to be one of those illuminés and pretentious young people, heads of more or less fictitious groups, wanting to give themselves importance and who take advantage of the current movement in favor of youth to attempt to get themselves taken into consideration by the government.”
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        I find it interesting that “inspired” is a good translation, especially since Al Qaeda’s mag is called “Inspire.”

      • Guys, get a clue. An “illuminé” is familiar, common everyday language in French, equivalent to calling somebody a “lunatic”.
        Could you clarify how the fact of Coulibaly meeting Sarkozy in 2009 is even remotely suspect, because I don’t understand? Presidents have been meeting “underpriviledged youth” for many years – whether for purely political motives or out of genuine concern is another matter.

    • It looks to be this

      http://www.leparisien.fr/grigny-91350/amedi-27-ans-rencontre-sarkozy-cet-apres-midi-15-07-2009-580211.php

      He spent all his life in the neighborhood of Great Borne in Grigny and will meet Nicolas Sarkozy today. Amedi Coulibaly, 27, works in professional contract with Coca-Cola plant in his hometown.

      He and nine other people like him in alternating training , he will visit President of the Republic, who wants to meet companies engaged in favor of youth employment.

      ” Ultimately, if the president can help me get a job ”

      “It makes me happy, smiling yesterday Amedi . I do not know what I’ll say. Already, I ‘ll start with Hello! ” Above all, tell him his career, his current position , which ends on 30 September. ” Ultimately, if the president can help me get hired … ,” he whispers . But the mission of Amedi will not stop with a simple hello and tell her story. One boy surrounded by nine sisters , he is responsible to report many ‘ autographs and photos for the family! “. It may be intimidated by the protocol. “A Grigny, we do not have the habit of often go to the Elysee. Receptions, I do not know , he says. In addition , in the cities, with youth, Sarkozy is not really very popular. But it ‘s nothing personal . In fact, it is the case of most policies. ” But the question for him to claim anything once in front of Nicolas Sarkozy :” The encounter in real life, it is impressive. Like it or not, it’s still the president . »

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