What’s increasingly remarkable about staged terror operations or dodgy official narratives is how frequent they now are, how many holes there are in the stories, and how many of the same ingredients appear to suggest the same production company.
Really, these things should get more professional, tighter and more bullet-proof each time, especially with all the scepticism, counter-narratives and alternative media out there.
In fairness, the Brussels operation was at least an improvement on Paris by actually filming footage of the damage from the alleged suicide-bombing – which the Paris operation entirely forgot to do.
As pointed out in the previous article, the footage of the airport after the bomb went off has been admitted to be fake. For some reason, various news networks showed the footage anyway – even though it was footage from other, unrelated bomb attacks from years ago.
And it has taken practically no time at all for additional problems to emerge in the official story.
Aside from the fact that Paris suspect Abdeslam was apparently ‘hiding’ in plain sight all this time, and aside from the fact that Turkey appears to have issued warnings to Belgian security agencies about the alleged individuals involved in this attack, Israel’s Haaretz newspaper has reported that Belgian security agencies and other Western intelligence services had received “precise intelligence warnings” ahead of Tuesday’s bombings in the European Capital.
The newspaper asserts the security and intelligence agencies had “a high degree of certainty” that “attacks were planned in the very near future for the airport and, apparently, for the underground railway as well.”
And it gets more interesting. Security operations at the Brussels airport is handled by the Israeli aviation and general security firm ICTS.
ICTS, as it happens, has a remarkable track record.
ICTS is the firm that also missed several of the alleged 9/11 hijackers who are claimed to have flown out of Boston’s Logan airport on September 11th 2001.
This is the same ICTS that also managed security for the London bus network during the 7/7 attacks (in which all the security cameras were mysteriously switched off that day). Subsidiaries, ICTS UK and ICTS Europe Systems, are based in Tavistock Square in London, scene of the London Stagecoach bus explosion that day.
The company’s operations have also been previously criticised for allowing the so-called ‘underpants bomber’, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, to board Northwest Airlines Flight 253 to Detroit with explosive materials in 2009.
In December 2001, the same company somehow let the shoe-bomber Richard Reid board a Miami-bound flight in Paris, and this was apparently after ICTS had cleared Reid through security at Amsterdam airport on a flight to Tel Aviv in July 2001 for what was apparently an all-expenses paid week-long trip (source: http://www.sott.net/article/315080-Former-Israeli-Intel-Operatives-Run-Security-at-Brussels-Airport).
How is ICTS still in business?
Meanwhile we are relying on official MSM narratives to tell us who the bombers were, though as usual we have no way of ascertaining if what we’re being told is true. In this instance, it is made all the more problematic as the Brussels attackers are so tied to the earlier Paris attacks – and those Paris attacks utterly reeked of a staged, false-flag operation.
The changes and inconsistencies in the official narrative are also an obvious issue. As ‘American Everyman’ notes, ‘The official version of the Brussels attacks has changed so much from yesterday morning, it’s hardly even the same story’. In fact I highly recommend you read his very thorough post on the Brussels bomb suspects. He writes, ‘First of all, the brothers that we were told are shown in the now iconic image from the airport aren’t really the brothers and the third guy in the fishing hat isn’t who we were told he was, he’s now one of the brothers, that guy is still “at large” and unidentified, and the third guy, the bomb-maker, wasn’t arrested as it was widely reported yesterday, he blew himself up which is highly unusual for a bomb-maker in situations like this’.
He concludes, ‘It’s quite obvious if you don’t refuse to see what’s right in front of you. These guys were assets, probably sent into Syria to help with the regime change operations, definitely let off the hook for previous crimes, and made an offer to get into Syria in order to help our “moderates” destabilize the country making it ready for regime change. That’s how we do it. That explains why Belgium let them off the hook when Turkey sent them back and explains why they were able to travel around freely in Brussels long after everyone knew what they were. And, it makes sense that they would try their best to keep that fact from the general population after the attacks in the airport and subway’.
Of the 31 people we are told were killed in the two attacks in Brussels, only 3 appear to have been identified. Claims that the bodies were too badly damaged to identify can be countered with the fact that this was an airport attack and people transiting through airports typically have identification on them.
The scenario is also made more dubious by that other calling-card of the staged, false-flag: the crisis actor. The Boston Marathon Bombing is one of the best examples of excessive use of ‘crisis actors’ (see more here); now we’re told about a 19 year-old who has been injured in this Brussels attack – and who also just *happened* to have been present in both the Boston Marathon Bombing and last November’s Paris attacks.
19 year-old Mason Wells, ‘one of four missionaries caught up in the blasts in Zaventem airport’ (source: The Irish Mirror), must have the worst luck in the world. The chances of being caught in three different terrorist attacks in three different countries have got to be pretty slim.
I should look into ‘crisis acting’ as an option for part-time work, as I imagine it pays pretty well.