Je Suis Hypocrite. The only consolation was that Tony Blair wasn’t there.

‘JE SUIS HYPOCRITE’: Enemies of Press Freedom Hijack ‘Charlie’ in Paris

1-Patrick-henningsen-BW1Patrick Henningsen
21st Century Wire

Sunday’s impressive “Anti-Terror Rally”, lauded by the global media as an ‘unprecedented show of solidarity’ wasn’t meant to look awkward, only it was. Our televisions, newspapers and websites were all plastered with the eerily contrived image of 50 world leaders, with arms locked “in an act solidarity”, in support of “the fallen” at French political cartoon magazine Charlie Hebdon.

What was designed as a globally-syndicated #kumbaya moment, instead gave off the distinct odeur of shameless political opportunism, in what can only be described as the world’s biggest-ever photo-junket for what can only be described as some of the world’s most unpopularleaders decked-out in $5,000 suits and camel hair overcoats.The only real consolation was that Tony Blair didn’t invite himself to this one…

SACRE BLEU! Luckily for Hollande, only dirty looks were exchanged between Israel’s Netanyahu and Palestine’s Abbas.

There they are. The ‘leaders’ of the free, and not so free worlds. Normally, all these artful dodgers coming together might be impressive, if not for the fact that most of the dynastic executives in attendance are each running their own unique pogroms back at home.

Indeed, much has been made recently of ‘the values we hold dear’ as fully paid-up members of the International Community, but the hypocrisy overwhelming once you survey Sunday’s motlëy crew of the oil monarchs, theocrats, neofascists, dictators, along with various and sundry CIA-backed henchman (listed below), but equally as guilty are the members of NATO’s nuclear cartel and shakedown gang of German, France, Netherlands and Britain – all share guilt on this issue.

The fact that neither the US President or Secretary of State were present for Sunday’s parade is strangely fitting, considering how the US is certainly one of the worst offenders, especially in high-profile cases. Aside from the obvious case of NSA whistleblower Ed Snowden (journalist Glenn Greenwald’s apt comments are certainly worth reading here) who has been forced into exile under threat imprisonment (or worse), and Bradley-Chelsea Manning (currently wasting away in a US federal prison for acting in the wider public interest), by federal government unashamedly hell-bent on stamping out any reports that are expose its run-away corruption, there are a number of other good examples which show just how hypocritical the whole Parisian political orgy really is. President Obama’s war on whistleblowing has seen him use the Espionage Act 1917 more any other leader in US history.

CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou described the situation as a complete meltdown of long-held freedoms in the US. He explains, “Shame on this president for persecuting whistleblowers with a legal relic, while administration officials leak with impunity”.

“It was my punishment for blowing the whistle on the CIA’s torture program and for confirming to the press, despite government protestations to the contrary, that the US government was, indeed, in the business of torture.”

Even bigger is the case of General James Cartwright, who blew the whistle on the Pentagon’s illegal deployment of the STUXNET virus – an incredibly risky, covert operation designed to destabilize civilian nuclear power facilities in Iran, but also targeted facilities in Russia too. Theoretically, this reckless hack placed millions of innocent lives at risk, but that aspect of this scandal was simply avoided by an overwhelmingly pro-Washington media. It so happens to have been a joint-venture of sorts between the United States and Israel. Cartwright’s crime: he leaked additional details of the story to New York Times after it was already in the story was already out in public domain, and was then indicted for espionage. Ironically, this government racketeering operation was organized by the Department of Justice and Obama’s legal pit-bull, Attorney General Eric Holder, who was actually in Paris this weekend, but didn’t show up for the ‘Unity March’.

Not satisfied with intimidating and ruining the career of one the countries most decorated servicemen, secrecy-obsessed Washington (we’re also told that, ‘if you’ve done nothing wrong, then you have nothing to worry about’, right?) went after the other journalists, placing a ‘chilling effect’ on America’s free press. In addition to this, Holder, who seized on events in Paris as an opportunity to win cheap political points, the DOJ saw fit to raid offices of Associated Press (AP) news agency, in search of the names and contact details of sources that AP was using in its investigation of an Islamic suicide terror squad out of Yemen which, it turns out, was being led by a CIA ‘double agent’ – and managed covertly by CIA boss John Brennan. In the end, as a result of Holder’s brazen assault on the press, longtime sources have since ‘stopped talking to the AP’,said head Gary Pruitt at the National Press Club.

In Britain, David Cameron has his own basement of horrors which Westminster is working full-time to sweep under the rug. In addition to the shadowy deeds of its GCHQ spy agency which works in concert with the NSA digital dragnet in America, successive British governments, police and members of the judiciary appear to have all colluded to suppress a vile institutional VIP paedophile epidemic.

By all indications, countries like the US and Britain are tightening their vice, not loosening it.Western security states are currently engaged in a war on whistleblowing, and its ultimate goal is the prevent the press from being able expose high level crimes carried out by those in positions of power. So it’s incumbant on morally-inclined citizens to also stand up in the face of state tyranny, and to support the efforts of whistleblowers, and what is left of the free press.

So suffice to say, when it comes to ‘freedom of the press’ in the US, quislings in Washington, London and elsewhere, do not have a leg to stand on. In some countries, the only difference between assorted governments stasi units, and the paramilitary GLADIO-style gunman who stormed into Charlie Hebdon, would be that one group wears badges, while the others don’t. Had the latter had the proper credentials, then would’ve simply invited themselves in, and closed down the office. If you think that statement is an exaggeration, just read about some of exploits of these‘world leaders’ festooning down the ChampsÉlysées on Sunday…

Here are a few choice exhibits – of the enemies of freedom and free speech, who have arrogantly hijacked this week’s events in France, compiled by writer Simone Wilson from the Jewish Journal


4 Responses to “Je Suis Hypocrite. The only consolation was that Tony Blair wasn’t there.”

  1. Baron says:

    Interesting point? was registered 7 Jan 2015 at 12.06.
    The attack started 7 Jan 2015 at 11.30.

    Now that’s what I call quick thinking. Not to mention calmness under fire.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Francis Maude just as evil as Blair – Pensioners are warned: Learn the Internet or lose your benefits

  3. Chrs says:

    The Paris Seige.Another snuff movie courtesy of the Satanic Death Cult courtesy of the MSM.

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