So it is the case for the following as well:
It was claimed by several French press outlets on November 18, last Wednesday, that the raid in Saint-Denis, France, was to capture Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged mastermind of the Paris attacks. But those same French news outlets also claimed that Abaaoud was not in the apartment that was being raided, with over 5,000 bullets being fired that day in a matter of an hour.
The raid allegedly lasted 7 hours and before the raid was over, before the French police was able to enter the apartment – the Belgian government already had announced the death of Abdelhamid Abaaoud, which is impossible since the raid was not yet finished and since the local press in France had reported that the guy was not present there.
Then the next day the official government statement in France about the raid said that Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed during the raid and his mutilated body had to be identified using fingerprints of the alleged body.
Now, today, that same official story has changed and suddenly the body was identified through “skin samples”, no longer through fingerprints. It is to say though, in the French and Belgian press they are running with the “fingerprint” version of the story and in all the other foreign press they are running with the “skin sample” version.
Kind of like saying that the raid in Syria on Abu Sayyaf was real while presenting the world with two different pictures of two different persons!!
I knew from the very first moment of the raid in Saint-Denis, on Wednesday, that the following narrative, as it is today would be false since I had already been reading the French and Belgian reports of Abaaoud not being there.
Until I see the “mutilated” body and the fingerprints and the skin samples, I am inclined to say that Abaaoud is not dead and that he has been given a free pass in return for more Gladio attacks in Europe.
In other news…
Gladio in Africa: “Burundi has accused Belgium of links to opposition groups it blames for a spate of killings.”