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Not one but two passports have been miraculously recovered from the scene of last nights horrific multiple attacks that hit Paris leaving over 150 people dead.
Miraculously because they belonged, allegedly, to two of the suicide bombers that incinerated themselves on detonation of suicide vests.
Are we expected to believe that paper documents could survive the intense explosions and heat, not once, but twice from two bombers committed to genocide
However, this is not anything new, and in fact its lead many to suspect that international terrorists are issued some kind of James Bond-esque “MAGIC PASSPORTS”.
One of the bombers in the Paris attacks was a young French man known for links with Islamic extremism, a police source has said.
The same source said that the gunman had been identified by his fingerprints.
Meanwhile, French broadcaster BFMTV said that in addition to a Syrian passport found at the scene of a deadly stadium attack in the north of the city, an Egyptian passport was found close to the body of one of the assailants.
With police now searching for possible accomplices of the Paris terrorists, reports in France also say officers want to trace a suspicious black car with Belgian plates that was seen near the Bataclan venue.
So, one must question how in the world a passport is able to survive an explosion that leaves not much of the suicide bomber that actually detonated the suicide belt. Perhaps, and its a stretch, but perhaps if carried in an open pocket on the chest or jacket, the passport could eject itself with the force of the blast. I said it was a stretch but we must keep an open mind and look at all options.
Heres the problem, this isn’t the first time this has happened. So, if you are new to the world of international terrorism and the strange occurences that seem to surround the “spectacular” terror attacks, let me show you the original and most famous magic passport of all!
The first such passport, and the smoking gun in my opinion, or smoking document would be more apt, turned up on the streets of New York in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Centre. That’s right, this passport somehow managed to survive a fireball that we are told was hot enough to melt steel and bring down the towers! And there was you wondering why I was calling these things magic!
Lets take a look at that passport from 9/11 shall we…..
“– New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik said Sunday a passport belonging to one of the hijackers was discovered a few days ago several blocks from the crash site by a passer-by. Based on the new evidence, the FBI and police decided to widen the search area beyond the immediate crash site.”
So, what is my point I hear you asking? Well, let’s be honest, the chances of these passports surviving is at best a long shot, so the question is why do we see passports turning up at all?
Well, in my opinion, this is where those controlling the narrative are able to covertly plant evidence that will steer the story to fit whichever narrative the security services and the governments involved have decided upon.
Right now, France is taking a lead role in the war against IS (well, publicly), with an aircraft carrier on the way to the region and aircraft already taking part in the airstrikes on Syria, and flights on ISIS target as you read this.
Having a passport belonging to someone from Syria will immediately swing public opinion behind the countries efforts to go after the terrorists. However, in reality, we know that France are not targeting IS in Syria, nor are any of the western coalition-of-the-killing, and the increase military firepower will all be turned on Assad and his forces as the attempts to remove him intensify, despite the Russian military standing firmly by his side.
By the use of fake documents and backgrounds, it matters not who actually carried out the attack, for the security services can make the evidence appear whichever way they need it to so that the government can follow whatever agenda it is they are working towards.
Dont lose sight of the fact that it was France that put forward the motion at the UN to recognise Palestinian Statehood. I mention this because anyone daring to support the Palestinian causes runs the risk of incurring the wrath of Israel and Netenyahu!
According to The Guardian:
One of the most chilling details from the Paris attacks is that the passport of a Syrian refugee was found on or near the body of a dead suicide bomber. The Greek government has subsequently said that someone using the passport was among the refugees who landed in the Greek islands in early October, and the Serbian government says the passport was again used to cross its southern border a few days later.
This development has increased fears of Isis infiltrators among the thousands of desperate refugees arriving in Europe. Allies of the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, have voiced security concerns over her open-door policy and one, the Bavarian finance minister Markus Söder, told a German newspaper: “The days of uncontrolled immigration and illegal entry can’t continue just like that. Paris changes everything.”
The new government in Poland is using the news as a reason to back out of an agreement to take in several thousand Syrians. And the front page of the British newspaper the Mail on Sunday stated definitively that the attackers “sneaked into Europe as fake Syrian refugees”.
These fears should not be dismissed out of hand. Thousands of refugees arrive on the Greek islands every day. While each has to be registered before they can make it to the Greek mainland, the process is a brief formality rather than a lengthy investigation. In registrations witnessed by the Guardian during the summer, refugees simply presented identification to the Greek authorities, before being allowed to leave minutes later without anything like a background check.
Since October, each arrival has also been fingerprinted but officials still do not have the time nor the resources to assess whether or not they’re connected to militant groups. Should a would-be terrorist want to reach Europe via the Greek islands, it would be relatively simple to do.
But there are several reasons why it’s worth waiting until all the facts are known before making too strong a link between the attacks and the refugee crisis. The first is a general one: on at least 12 occasions, Isis has actually criticised refugees for fleeing to Europe.
“For those who want to blame the attacks on Paris on refugees, you might want to get your facts straight,” wrote Aaron Zelin, an analyst of jihad, in an online commentary about the 12 outbursts. “The reality is, [Isis] loathes that individuals are fleeing Syria for Europe. It undermines [Isis’s] message that its self-styled caliphate is a refuge.” It’s therefore unlikely that the vast majority of Syrians fleeing to Europe are Isis supporters, since their actions are in obvious contravention of the group’s creed.
The second reason for caution is more specific.
Investigators still need to verify the Syrian passport was carried by an attacker rather than a dead bystander (one Egyptian passport-holder initially believed to be an assailant turned out to be an injured victim). They will then need to be certain that the passport’s carrier was the same as the passport’s legitimate owner.
It’s possible that it was stolen. Since the possession of a Syrian passport makes it easier to claim asylum in Europe, there is a busy trade in stolen Syrian documents. Syrians interviewed on Greece’s border with Macedonia have described how they were mugged for their passports after leaving the Greek islands as they tried to make their way north through the Balkans. Such passports can be sold on for as much as several thousand euros, in a trade that the EU’s border agency acknowledges is a growing problem.
Forgeries are also common; a Dutch journalist recently had one made in the name of his prime minister.