State of Emergency Declared in France after Paris Massacres
Posted by feww on November 14, 2015
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Classic Terrorism or False Flag?
Civilians again pay the ultimate price!
The French President has declared a national state of emergency in France and closed the country’s borders after gunmen massacred more than 150 people and left many more injured in 7 coordinated attacks.
French President Hollande has called the bloodbath “unprecedented terrorist attacks,” urging everyone to remain strong and show “compassion and unity.”
Gunmen, some wearing suicide belt/vests, attacked a concert hall, soccer stadium and restaurants, as well as pedestrians, at multiple locations across Paris on Friday.
At least 120 of the victims, or 10 percent of the audience, were reportedly killed at the Bataclan concert hall in central Paris.
Will the attacks “solve” the refugee issue in Calais?
A massive 1-hectare fire has incinerated the refugee camp, dubbed “Jungle,” near the French port of Calais just hours after the Paris massacres.
The number of casualties, if any, was not known at the time of publication.
Anyone looking for clues may want to watch the French action film “District B 13 [French title Banlieue 13, or B13.]”