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History of Science Ph.D. Dr. Nick Kollerstrom joins us to break down the latest round of mass-mediated terror spectacles. Nick writes at his blog:
Terror events in three countries
left 63 people dead on Friday 26th June: in Tunisia, Kuwait and France. This is in the middle of the holy month of Ramadan. Friday, 26th June Beach and hotel at Sousse A Wiki site
went up quickly, saysing “39 people, mostly British tourists, were killed when armed gunmen attacked two hotels.” – soon this was altered to ‘an armed gunman.’ ”
The Brits were staying in the Imperial Marhaba Hotel.
Cameron tells us who did it
The day after (27th) Cameron explained that the terror event had been perpetratred by Islamic State Terrorists.
How did he know that? We are reminded of Tony Blair telling the British people that Muslims had perpetrated the 7/7 event, on the very day that it had happened. (NB Isis appears to be run by Simon Elliot, a Mossad agent.
Comparison with 7/7, near to 10th anniversary
- 27 June: Foreign Minister Tobias Ellwood
said it was “the most significant terrorist attack on the British people” since the London 7/7 bombings in 2005.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack at the Imperial Marhaba hotel, according to SITE Intelligence Group.
There is always something very fishy when Rita Katzs’ SITE Intelligence Group
is involved. SITE are the group that discovered
all the Al-Qaeda/Bin Laden videos, the Foley be-heading video & all things ‘TERROR’ related, that play into the ‘official narratives’.
Labels: 7/7, anniversary, false flag, isis, nick kollerstrom, rita katz, simon elliot, site intelligence group, terrorism, tunisia