Mohamed Merah was a man of 23 in France who had shot and killed 3 children, a rabbi, and 3 soldiers. Eventually french security forces had him holed up and after a 1 1/2 day stand off he was shot in the head by a police sniper. In that the NWO types like to do things symbolically I noticed in all the major media the standoff was dubbed "The Siege of Toulouse". Being a bit of a history buff this kind of sparked something and there was a siege back in the 1200's and involved some infighting of factions in France during the Crusades. I don't have time to get into that right away but could be something of a lead in the case.
So how does this tie in? It does fit a pattern as immediately after the media decried "how did the security apparatus fail?" So called "solutions" were immediately put into place. Another lone gunman
who dies before facing trial or justice. Nice neat and tidy with no witnesses, problem, reaction, solution. Pay attention and see how many new laws will be passed in France and the EU in reaction to this event. Sarkozy support in France is flagging as was support for the war in Afghanistan. Also this event plays into Israeli sympathies paving a smoother path with eventual war in Iran, a bit of a stretch maybe but that's how these guys operate.
I find it amusing that the french security services had a "failure" in intelligence. This is one of the best intelligence services (Central Directorate of Interior Intelligence) on the planet, there was no failure there. This was allowed to happen, especially considering the vast tools available for taking down a target through non bullet in the head means using chemical gases, etc. Nobody wanted this guy alive. So I can see why many would believe this to be a false flag op and I'm inclined to agree. Stay tuned for further developments. -EvS
UPDATE*********** thanks to Intel Hub for this one
- so no Al Qaeda ties, where did this guy get the money for his lavish lifestyle and gear? Gladio anyone? -EvS
The Intel Hub
By Brit – ResistRadio
March 29, 2012
Further evidence has emerged this week which suggests that Mohamed Merah, the Frenchman shot dead on March 22nd whilst accused of murdering seven in the name of Al Qaeda, was an intelligence asset and informant.
Resistance Radio reported on Merah’s extensive links to the intelligence services on the day he was shot dead by special forces, following a 32-hour standoff. T
his Tuesday March 27th Yves Bonnet, former head of France’s counter-espionage service Direction de la Surveillance du Territoire (DST) added his expert voice to those questioning the official narrative – which is that Merah was a “lone wolf” operative who somehow “slipped through the net”.
Speaking to La Dépêche, translated into English in The Independent, Bonnet said:
it was “striking” that Merah seemed to have a DCRI “handler”. “Having a handler, that is not an innocent thing,” he said. “I don’t know how far his relationship, or collaboration, with the service went but it is a question worth raising.”