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Charlie Hebdo madness: Coincidence theorists run wild!

Charlie Hebdo predicted a big “Islamic terror” attack in January 2015 – what a coincidence!
Coincidence theorists are having a field day in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shooting. The Paris attack has given them an excuse to spin their wild webs of supposition – based on insanely improbable coincidences – leading them to an outrageous conclusion: The official story is correct.
“Isn’t it an amazing coincidence that Charlie Hebdo predicted a massive ‘Islamic terrorist’ attack in January 2015 and it actually happened the way they called it?” said C. Nweevil of the coincidencist website “That’s right up there with Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and their friends calling for a New Pearl Harbor in September 2000 – and getting it exactly one year later. It just goes to show that crazy, random, meaningless things happen all the time.”
“It’s stunning how so many spectacular terrorist attacks, assassinations, and similiar events seem to generate such incredible coincidences,” agreed Justin Credibull, host of the Everything’s A Coincidence radio show. “For example, who would ever have thought that the Rothschilds – the founding family of the State of Israel – would buy Charlie Hebdo just one month before a terrorist attack sent its stock soaring skyward and its print run from 30 thousand to 7 million, generating pro-Israel propaganda that even trillions of dollars could never have bought ? Those Rothschilds sure are lucky.”
“And it happened right after France’s legislature voted to recognize Palestine,” adds  Coincidencitarian  scholar Dr. Stuart Pidd of Yale University’s Department of Coincidence Studies. “Amazing coincidence – just like the Norway shootings by that lone nut Breivik.” Pidd added that the complete shift of French policy achieved by the shooting, which stopped France’s movement towards pro-Russia as well as pro-Palestine positions, was “just one of those freak events.”
Coincidence theorists agree that the alleged suicide of French Police Commissioner Helric Fredou, who was investigating the Charlie Hebdo affair, was a meaningless bit of random happenstance with no bearing on the case. They also assert that it was a bit of sheer random luck that caused one of the alleged terrorists to accidentally leave his ID card in the abandoned getaway car, allowing police to identify the suspects. Some even argue that the fact that the alleged terrorists were shooting blanks, not real bullets, as they fled the Charlie Hebdo offices was “just one of those crazy things.”

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    Le Président John Fitzgerald Kennedy: "Ich bin ein Berliner" – Je suis un Berlinois! 26 juin 1963

    JFK pronconça ces paroles dans le but de souligner le soutien des USA aux Allemands de l'Ouest contre les Allemands de l'Est.

    "Lass' sie nach Berlin kommen" – Laissez-les venir à Berlin, parlant des Allemands de l'Est qui désiraient venir à Berlin Ouest afin de démontrer que les Capitalistes et les Communistes pouvaient travailler ensemble.

    Sur les marches de Rathaus Schöneberg, il rappela à une audience de 450,000 personnes présentes, la célèbre formule: civis romanus sum – je suis un citoyen romain! Faisait-il ainsi

    À l'époque de JFK, le monde occidental sous contrôle judéo-maçonnique était fier de dire tout haut: Today "Ich bin ein Berliner!" Tous les hommes (pas les femmes!) libres, peu importe où ils habitaient, furent des citoyens de Berlin, et, comme un homme libre (croyait-il), JFK prononça avec une grande fierté ces mots: "Ich bin ein Berliner!" alors que les habitants de Berlin ne se disaient jamais Berlinois. Berliner dans le jargon local voulait tout simplement dire beignet!
    Theodore Chaikin "Ted" Sorensen (May 8, 1928 – October 31, 2010), de mère juive de Russie (Annis (Chaikin) Sorensen, écrivit la plupart des discours de JFK, y compris le plagiat du poète mystique chrétien Khalil Gibran qui avait écrit: "Ne demandez pas ce que peut faire le pays pour vous; demandez ce que vous pouvez faire pour votre pays!"

    Il est d'usage de dire "Nous sommes tous Palestiniens", et cela ne veut pas dire pour autant que ceux et celles qui disent ces mots font "l'apologie du terrorisme palestinien" ou qu'ils soient des voyous, des brigands, des gangsters, des enfoirés (Jacques Weber) comme veulent nous le faire croire les criminels et 'philosophes' juifs, et les sionistes de France et d'ailleurs!

    Samedi 4 janvier 2015

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