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The Copenhagen Terror Attack: Surely Not Another False-Flag…?

Copenhagen terror attack 2015

So another week, another terror incident in a major Western city; this time in Copenhagen, where a ‘lone gunman’ attacked a ‘Freedom of Speech’ debate and then went on to attack a synagogue.

In what was played out as a virtual copy-cat of the Charlie Hebdo attack last month, the lone attacker is said to have opened fire on the cafe where his intended target of the attack was the Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks.

Vilks, like the Charlie Hebdo publication, is infamous for having drawn a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad (as a dog), and has been the subject of attacks on several previous occasions already, including an attempt by several Irish citizens to get at him in 2010.

So another attack, again with a cartoonist the target, again with ‘freedom of speech’ the theme, again with ‘freedom of speech versus Islam’ as the implied debate, and again a random Jewish target also attacked on the same day.

So… surely not another staged, false-flag incident? I mean, yes, it does seem almost ridiculously ironic (or poetic) that a Charlie Hebdo inspired debate on whether Islamist extremism should be allowed to curtail freedom of expression then *itself* gets attacked by an apparent extremist.. but surely not *another* false-flag?

Well, my immediate reaction was that it wouldn’t have been another false-flag; as there are extremists out there, disaffected young men or indoctrinated minds, capable of lone-wolf acts of terror. However, I was soon made to reconsider that view, almost against my own will; see, the entire thing has gotten so immoral and Machiavellian that even when I don’t think at first that it’s a false-flag, it probably is.

As Kevin Barrat succinctly put it on the Veterans Today site; Let’s see if this follows the script: They’ll claim it was Muslims attacking Jews or free speech. The patsies will be ‘well known to the authorities’ – meaning informants or useful idiots who have been manipulated by professionals. The patsies will have some kind of link to Islamic State, the bogeyman created by Israel and its friends in Western intelligence agencies. There will be dubiously-related shootings at two separate locations, like with Merah and Charlie Hebdo. The shooters will be wearing masks, because they will be special forces professionals, not the Muslim patsies. They’ll shoot the patsies instead of arresting them to make sure the loose ends don’t come unraveled. And Netanyahu will immediately call for Jews to flee to Israel – and then barge into Copenhagen uninvited, like a mobster at his victim’s funeral, conveying the message ‘I did it and I dare you to do something about it.‘”

Barrat concludes, “So far, I’ve been right on all counts but one: Netanyahu has not yet made an uninvited visit to Copenhagen.”

Netanyahu has, however, already renewed his calls for European Jews to emigrate en masse to Israel in light of the Copenhagen incident, just as he did after the Paris attack.

In regard also to Mr Barrat’s point about Netanyahu (subtly) saying ‘I did it and I dare you to do something about it’, I am reminded of something a friend of this blog’s told me a few weeks ago. ‘Intellecteur’, who lives in France, e-mailed me about the Paris attack and the aftermath in France and one of the things she said in that e-mail was this: “Something “funny” happened more than a month ago and not a single French media has relayed it. Benyamin Netanyahu made some threat to France, saying that ‘terrorism was coming to us’ because the (French) government recently recognised Palestine as a real state. When I heard of it, I talked about it to many of the people I know, but (after the Paris attack) not a single proof/video was there to be found anymore.”

I didn’t include that reference in any of my posts, because I don’t like to seem excessively anti-Israel or leave myself open to accusations of ‘anti-Semitism’, but the information now seems more relevant.

 Benjamin Netanyahu and Francois Hollande, Paris March 2015 

But what’s most extraordinary is that this attack in Copenhagen, in fact, was called ahead of time by Danish journalist and writer Old Dammegard. On the Friday, Dammegard predicted a false-flag operation would occur in Copenhagen, then on the Saturday a lone-wolf terror attack occurs in Copenhagen! How did Dammegard know this was imminent? For one thing, it was the suspicious “terror drills” being conducted in Copenhagen beginning in January; ‘terror drills’ of course being an established tell-tale sign that a terror attack is about to unfold (9/11, 7/7, etc).

Four weeks ago, the Danish writer posted on Facebook, having become aware of the drills, and he called on people in the area to go and start filming the activity and to post it up on You Tube.

“Let’s stop it by exposing it before it even happens,” he wrote. “If you live nearby, please go there, start filming the whole setup and then upload it immediately on You Tube. Make it very obvious for the people in the drill that they are being observed and filmed.”

What this means is that, from the outset, there are a lot of ordinary, observant Danish people and Copenhagen residents who would be more than aware that this incident in the Danish capital may not be exactly what it’s being portrayed as.

And just to be clear (because this keeps coming up): I’m not refuting the existence of terrorists or extremists. There *are* terrorists, of course; there’s ISIL, for one thing, an organisation helped into existence by US and Western intelligence agencies – you know, the monsters who just days ago mass-executed a group of innocent Egyptian Coptic Christians and week before that burnt a Jordanian pilot to death. There are monstrous gangs inflicting the most barbaric terror imaginable on scores of people in Iraq, Syria and now Libya and parts of Africa.

But as far as these incidents in Western cities are concerned, there are always – always – inconsistencies or problems with the official stories we’re fed, and that’s the problem.

The question now is what happens next.

Does Denmark follow the example of France and Belgium and begin sending armed troops out into the streets? Will Denmark begin pushing the same sort of surveillance and arrest laws as has been happening in France? These ‘incidents’ are happening with such frequency now (Ottowa, Sydney, Paris, Copenhagen) that I thoroughly expect another one next week or the week after. Is there going to be an ‘incident’ like this in a different city and country every couple of weeks, each giving a specific government the window to take drastic measures?

Is that what’s it’s come to now?

S. Awan

Independent journalist. Pariah. Believer in human rights, human dignity and liberty. Musician. Substandard Jedi. All-round failure. And future ghost.

14 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on Blinded by the Darkness and commented:
    I find such stories highly suspect but if the glove fits … ?

    • I’m not saying definitively that it was staged; but there’s a case to be made. And the Danish writer did call it ahead of time, which is very curious.

      • I know but as you say it is a bit odd how they seem to follow patterns completely unrelated to the actions of radicalised ‘patsies’ (which is what they are either way) most strangely the ubiquitous planned terror drill!?

        • We live in dangerous, deceptive times, NP. Denmark is a very liberal country though, so I’m hoping they don’t go down the ‘overreaction’ route in response.

  2. “Let’s see if this follows the script: They’ll claim it was Muslims attacking Jews or free speech. The patsies will be ‘well known to the authorities’ – meaning informants or useful idiots who have been manipulated by professionals. The patsies will have some kind of link to Islamic State, the bogeyman created by Israel and its friends in Western intelligence agencies. There will be dubiously-related shootings at two separate locations, like with Merah and Charlie Hebdo. The shooters will be wearing masks, because they will be special forces professionals, not the Muslim patsies. They’ll shoot the patsies instead of arresting them to make sure the loose ends don’t come unraveled.”

    I like that description. a pretty solid “vetting tool” for anything going on that feels like a F.F. Well done.

      • Indeed, and I very much agree with your points about how what we’re seeing right now is Europe going through it’s “nine/eleven-ication”, the tangible and rapid reduction of what was previously a very liberal and relatively free group of nations into the same quasi-police state that the U.S. is becoming…

        • These are unsettling times for that reason. I have a friend living in France, who says people in general are scared to even talk about possible false-flag elements of the Paris attack or to question the official narratives because the police are arresting so many people for things they’ve said in emails or in social media posts, etc.

          • wow…. That’s the exact sort of nightmarish stuff we used to hear about happening in the Soviet Union growing up. And here we are today in the “free” West seeing the same thing happening in France? It’s only a matter of time till the same thing goes down here…

          • Yes, unfortunately I suspect so. I also think bloggers and independent journalists/news-sources are going to be in trouble too.

  3. I’m at the point where I assume these attacks are false flags until I see adequate proof to suggest otherwise. It’s like you said, they always follow the same MO, and what’s amazing is no one in the corporate media ever draws attention to this. That in itself is cause for suspicion.

    I also think we need to stand up to the idea that criticizing the Israeli government is the same thing as being anti-Israel or anti-Semitic. This is a tactic being used to suppress both the truth and honest, open dialogue. If we can criticize any other government on the planet without being accused off hating that country or its people, then we should be able to do the same with Israel.

    Just like the governments in America, the UK, Canada, France, etc., the Israeli government is corrupt and engaged in crimes against humanity in their own country and around the world. We shouldn’t have to fear being labeled anti-Semitic for stating that truth

    • A sign of the times, right? I don’t want to be that way, but I feel the same way you do about these things. I actually actively tried not to feel that way for a while, but it’s hard to willfully ignore the obvious.

  4. Great article, it shows perfectly how these stories are always SO similar, like it’s a complete and eternal reproduction of the Merah’s attack : the first target can be really varied (military men, satirical newspaper, “freedom of speech debate”) but the second target will always be the same : the jewish community.
    Even though the presumed killer (who stays “presumed” forever) has never made any direct threats or demands to them, even though this is the exact moment when the authorities will “identify” the presumed killer, even though it seems so stupid to attack them when you’re the most wanted person in the country, they do. Against all logic. And that, my friend, is why Israel is getting more powerful everyday and everywhere.
    Not a day goes by in France without an article about “this jew who is so frightened here, that he’s preparing his alyah to Israel”. This week, a viral video was shared by a lot of -too emotional- people :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AltyhmrIFgo
    Most of the subtitles are wrong, the people around this guy are absolutely not saying what is written ! But more importantly, this guy is not a random dude, he’s Zvika Klein, who used to work for the “World Zionist Organization”, and is currently the spokesman of the World Bnei Akiva, the largest Jewish religious Zionist youth movement in the world. All the mainstream online medias shared this, only a very few with critical purposes.
    So yeah, between Israel and these attacks the links are tight. But they’re the ones proving it everyday.

    • Thanks Intellecteur; always good to have you around 🙂 Thanks for posting the video too, that’s very interesting. You’re right – I’ve come across information elsewhere too to suggest there’s a number of false ‘anti-Semitic’ incidents being played out for the benefit of the mainstream media coverage. The irony is that the ‘anti-Muslim’ incidents occurring are actually real, but not getting the same coverage or sympathy. I’ve seen several reports of pro-Israel operatives in France spraying anti-Semitic graffiti themselves and then the media reporting it as hate crimes by someone else.

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