The Leader of Human Rights Party of Canada, Kevin Galalae, said no terrorist attack took place in France and what occurred was theater on a grand scale.
Galalae said in an interview with Tasnim News agency that “extremists groups are the instrument with which the international community, by which I mean the West and its closest allies, seek to transform the Middle East without violating international law or asking the impossible from the UN Security Council, namely approving military incursions in sovereign countries to achieve desired political outcomes rather than respond to aggression.”
Following is the text of the interview:
-As you know, France experienced terrorist attacks carried out by extremists; are some (currents) using these events to stir Islamophobia?
No terrorist attack took place in France. What occurred was theater on a grand scale. It was clear that the video clip showing the so-called execution of a police officer in the street was not genuine since the masked actors masquerading as terrorists were shooting blanks. It was equally clear that the army of police officers “storming” the kosher food store where a different terrorist was allegedly holding Jewish hostages were also shooting blanks. There are other telltale signs – beyond the obvious fact that it involves heroes and villains from all three monotheistic religions – that the Paris incident was staged and orchestrated, such as the identification left behind in the back seat of the getaway car by one of the “terrorists”, the fact that the “terrorists” escaped and managed to leave Paris despite the full mobilization of the security apparatus, and that none of the “terrorists” were caught alive. None were caught alive because there are no terrorists and the Paris “attacks” could only be sold as a one act play.
The question is why? And this is where the story gets interesting. The western world and its allies need to strengthen police state controls in advance of radical policy changes related to sustainable development that will be agreed upon at the upcoming international meetings in Addis Ababa, New York and Paris later this year, but need to do this without stoking racist sentiments and bare prejudices, which are already running high, and thus triggering ethnic and religious conflicts in Europe and beyond. Islamic extremism is the invented enemy needed to justify stronger state controls and more surveillance. And the notion of extremism in general is needed to keep the masses gravitating towards the center of authority and not questioning the officialdom.
The upcoming changes will alter the international system, the economy and lifestyles because we can only stop climate change by depopulating and decarbonizing…and that will be very painful. There will be a lot of protesters, dissenters and malcontents because everyone will be affected in one way or another. Most of the protests will come from religious fundamentalists of all denominations and secular authorities are arming themselves with extraordinary powers to be able to stifle all resistance to change.
To make sure that nationalist parties such as the National Front in France or nationalist movements such as PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) in Germany do not use the Paris incident as confirmation of their warnings on the dangers of Islamization, political leaders from across the political spectrum and from Christian, Muslim and Jewish countries needed to preempt racist rhetoric and conflicts by showing solidarity and speaking clearly against racial, ethnic and religious intolerance. They did this convincingly and genuinely and this is encouraging. In so doing they left no room for Islamophobia.
-In past years, western countries have made it easy for extremists to join terrorist groups in the Middle East and supply these groups with arms and money. Does this behavior in support of extremist groups increase terrorist activities in the West?
These extremists groups are the instrument with which the international community, by which I mean the West and its closest allies, seek to transform the Middle East without violating international law or asking the impossible from the United Nations Security Council, namely approving military incursions in sovereign countries to achieve desired political outcomes rather than respond to aggression.
Extremist groups such as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) are proxy armies carrying out proxy mini-wars for geopolitical reasons. ISIL is the progeny of western, Arab and Israeli security forces and is funded and armed by all. ISIL allows the architects of the international order to bypass all legal and political impediments and to violate the sovereignty of nations like Syria and Iraq in order to prepare the Middle East for full inclusion in the New World Order.
Furthermore, ISIL cures the people of the Middle East of any aspirations for a state, for a rebirth of the caliphate, which is why they need to show such cruelty.
Whether this cruelty is genuine or as fraudulent as the Paris attacks is another matter, but it looks convincing and frightening on TV and thus serves its purpose. ISIL is also meant to exhaust all those who hold extremist views and who are willing to die for their views and this paves the way for moderate secular governments willing to cooperate with the global community rather than isolate themselves behind national borders.
One must understand this is a way of accelerating history; a way of bringing the Middle East into the 21st century globalized and interconnected world with as little pain as possible. But it has no effect whatsoever on terrorist activities in the West other than inspiring to violence the odd mentally unstable person.
One must remember that for the western world to make it into the 21st century it had to suffer two world wars. The Middle East is being spared from suffering on the scale of a world war by reshaping it before social, economic, political and ethnic conflicts lead to an uncontrollable war.
This is a controlled war to coral unwieldy populations and settled societies into a future that is hopefully of our own choosing rather than one that is entirely unpredictable.
- After the Paris attacks some officials have stated that these events are not Islam so what is your idea about the real Islam and extremism?
Islam, like all other religions, is a positive influence on the characters of men, as it inspires virtue and suppresses vice. But as with all monotheistic religions it also inspires a sense of superiority in those who need to feel superior to others because they are in fact so very ordinary."