The French Connection – False Flags and the Charlie Hebdo Incident

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Patterns of Puppetry

By: Jay

A new year brings resolutions, and for the establishment, the resolutions are quite clear: more of the same!  More false flags, more media circus and staged news, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.  In the 1971 film The French Connection, New York detective “Popeye” Doyle (Gene Hackman) uncovers an underworld drug smuggling operation involving the importation of millions of dollars in heroin by a French cartel that planned to use a media personality as an unwitting front.

Today, we all awoke to news the Onion-like French satire publication Charlie Hebdo had been attacked by terrorists, with Al Qaeda taking responsibility for the murder of several media figures.  While it is tempting to get bogged down in “fluid” situation details, we must always recall similar patterns of such events in the recent past which will serve to inform the greater context of this new event in the never-ending…

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