Rixon Stewart — Jan 12, 2015
The spate of terror attacks that began at the offices of a satirical magazine are already being described as “France’s 9/11″. In their aftermath, hundreds of thousands marched through central Paris on Sunday in protest against the worst political violence seen in France in half a century.
They were joined by more than 40 world leaders who put aside their differences briefly to join the rally. Indeed you would almost think that the world leaders had been advised to appear at the protest in solidarity. After all, if they hadn’t the protests might even have turned against them.
Some estimates put the number who took part at over one million, while the rally itself was given extensive coverage on the major news networks.
Marching in protest against terror attacks that began with a massacre at the offices of Charlie Hebdon, last Wednesday, the crowd chanted “Freedom, freedom” and “Charlie, Charlie”.
However, there are still some outstanding questions over the killings that remain unanswered.
So readers will excuse me if I sound a little cynical but these protests, in which both Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas participated, served as no more than a distraction. In fact that may well be their REAL intention because there are some pressing issues that have yet to be resolved.
Foremost among these is the one question that remains paramount:
How the hell did Amedy Coulibaly’s female accomplice during the Kosher store siege, evade capture by police and security services?
Hayat Boumeddiene almost literally vanished without trace, in the middle of one of the biggest French security operations ever.
What happened? The only way she could have survived the Special police unit’s assault and then passed through the security cordon surrounding the operation would be if she was helped from the inside. In other words someone in French intelligence or the security services must have helped Hayat Boumeddiene escape.
There’s no other explanation.
As to why? Well as I’ve explained elsewhere, I’ve a hunch that Hayat Boumeddine was Amedy Coulibaly’s handler for the French security services and it was she who helped set him up for the Kosher store siege.
As should be self-evident, a reasonably attractive young woman can have a lot of influence over a virile man; and don’t be deceived by the Hijab or the dowdy mugshot. As the blurred bikini shot reveals, Hayat Boumeddine would be of interest to any red bloodied male. Particularly if he’s not too bright and she working to instruction and I would suggest that this was the case with Hayat Boumeddine and Amedy Coulibaly.
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) January 9, 2015