Sunday, January 25, 2015

Charlie Hebdo: Qui Bono?




(For the significance of these maps, see Satanism and the Earth Grid. They indicate that Paris and Syria are particularly good places to pursue "magical powers," until they capture you, by virtue of their proximity to the Earth Grid, the planetary framework where etheric beings are concentrated.)





Soon after the Charlie Hebdo atrocity, I began to suspect that the shooters weren't lone wolves as portrayed by the media, but acting on orders from some "Islamic" terrorist controller connected to British Intelligence, including orders to make statements which gave the impression that they were acting on their own. I suspected that those ultimately behind the terrorism intended to use it to provide an excuse to send the French military off to another Algeria-style war-crimes spree (Satanism fueled on the other side by existentialist Frantz Fanon's notion of "holy violence") to generate a new generation of pods to manage France for its subphysical owner. I assume that another goal was to impose a more overtly fascist system upon France, including the incarceration and abuse/"not-torture" of undesirables in black sites on the basis of lame excuses, partly for the convenience of Satanists who can't go to Syria to torture/kill "hajis," and to generate false confessions and a virtual reality consistent with the media fantasy of terrorists coming out of nowhere, despite the well-known Establishment terrorist factories. So, in a nutshell, the goal was chaos and Satanism/SRA.


I was reluctant to publish anything along these lines, so I took a gander at Anti-War.com to see if they had done so. It turns out that within a couple of days after the attack, Justin Raimundo had expressed these sentiments, but without the Satanism angle (a sure-fire career-ender). He also made various points which indicate that Charlie Hebdo is being used as a means to provoke the economically disaffected Muslim youth, probably with the intent of driving them into the waiting arms of some "Islamic" terrorist controller, and probably to use them as "proof" that fascist measures are necessary. The various measures taken to identify French society at large with the wildly irreverent Charlie Hebdo (including government subsidies for the publication of the post-attack issue) were probably intended to polarize French society (one of Raimundo's points). The frank Pope Francis drew attention to the hazards of provoking the religious beliefs of violent fanatics - my approach is to expose them as dupes of Satan, who uses fundamentalist religions to separate us into warring factions. (The establishment of "Israel" is a prime example. I've scribbled about this Nazi project sufficiently elsewhere.)

But I don't know whether the "war on terror" is ultimately evil, or just necessary to enforce human destiny, which is tied to this solar system and its future incarnations, and ultimately lies beyond the physical plane. From a human perspective, however, this rabid-dog-fight is insane at best.