“Was Pamela Geller used to set up another false flag shooting by fake jihadists in Garland, Texas?”
Just how many false flags will this nation have to witness before the people start to realize that each one has been fastidiously planned in advance by those who are not Muslims or Islamic states?
Planned … by who?
Who really gains by these amateur yet deadly plots to strike fear into the hearts of everyday Americans. All the fear is being deliberately generated — from meticulously manufactured terrorist events — toward supposed Islamic terrorists who, they tell us, lurk around every corner.
Then they tell us that ISIS suicides bombers, ISIL mercenaries and IS terrorists are crossing the unsecured southwestern U.S. border in droves … all the while neglecting; no, doing everything possible not to properly secure the same border.
Aren’t these forever-occuring terrorist events always planned by those who have the most to gain from them?
Didn’t the Charlie Hebdo killings teach us that free speech does not confer the right to incite violence through highly inflammatory hate speech and provocative cartooning?
So, right in the wake of Charlie Hebdo, Pamela Geller, from Long Island, New York, just happens to choose Garland,Texas, “the same location as a Muslim group held a “Stand with the Prophet” conference in January” as the site of her cartoon contest.
The question remains: Why did Ms. Geller plan such a dangerous event right after a bloody massacre in Paris that precipitated from the very same kind of hateful and offensive behavior. Why did she choose cartooning the Prophet Muhammed when the very same conduct recently produced a worldwide flareup of the ongoing “Clash of Civilizations”?
Pamela Geller and the American Freedom Defense Initiative
Pamela Geller is listed as the president of the American Freedom Defense Initiative (AFDI). The AFDI seems to have nothing to do with “American Freedom” or “Freedom Defense”. It does represent, however, a huge “Initiative” that incite hatred and violence between the Muslim community and everyone else. Given their impressive internet presence and their current level of funding, it does appear that someone, or some organizational entity, quite powerful is backing them.
Let’s face the facts: When a rich Jewish girl from New York City comes all the way down to Garland, Texas to put on a cartoon contest lampooning the Prophet Muhammed, something is very wrong indeed. Particularly in view of the Charlie Hebdo disaster does this incendiary endeavor smack of an attempt to recreate the same backlash against Muslims in America as it did in France and elsewhere in the world.
Fortunately, the Mainstream Media (MSM) appears to be totally onto Pamela Geller and her dangerous and deadly game. The following excerpt comes from a Washington Post article titled: Pamela Geller, the incendiary organizer of Texas ‘prophet Muhammad cartoon contest’
Islamization, she has said, is not something that will happen overnight. “It’s a drip, drip, drip, drip,” she told the New York Times in 2010 as she waged war against the mosque at Ground Zero. “The mosque-ing of the workplace where you’re imposing prayer times on union contracts, non-Muslim workers have to lengthen their day. … These demands are a way of imposing Islam on a secular society.”
Such wild rhetoric prompted the Southern Poverty Law Center to add her group to its list of “hate groups,” calling her the “anti-Muslim movement’s most visible and flamboyant figurehead.”
“She’s relentlessly shrill and coarse in her broad-brush denunciations of Islam and makes preposterous claims,” it said.
Heidi Beirich, head of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s watchdog division, told CNN on Monday that although Geller’s activities may fall within the bounds of the First Amendment, they are considered “cruel and unfair” because “she doesn’t make distinctions” between mainstream Islam and militant factions.
Here’s another excellent exposé from another major MSM outlet. The perceptive commentary below appeared under the CNN headline: Don’t be fooled by Pamela Geller.
So why did Geller claim that the attackers represent large numbers of American Muslims — as she puts it, “your everyday, run of the mill moderates praising mind-numbing savagery” — although her only evidence for that are a few Twitter accounts linked to ISIS, one of which may have belonged to one of the attackers, and none of which represent any American Muslims?
It’s not as though Geller ever lets facts get in the way of a good opportuniity: After the attack, she didn’t call for dialogue, for understanding, for bringing people together, which is what real leaders do.
Instead, she went on Fox news and called it a war. And that appears to be what she wants. That’s why she’s dangerous, not brave. She’s not celebrating hate speech for the sake of free speech, but to provoke reactions that polarize America, set people at odds, and alienate Muslims, who are American citizens and often first in line to report planned terrorist attacks. (American Muslims are allies, not enemies.)
It ought to be clear by now that Ms. Geller is not just a rich Long Island housewife who is looking to fill in her idle life with anti-Muslim blogging for the sake of protecting her fellow citizens. On the contrary, she appears to be quite purposefully stoking the fires of longstanding religious hatreds and fanning the flames of fears concerning false flag terrorism.
Those hatreds, incidentally, have been methodically manufactured throughout the Middle East conflicts since the creation of the Modern State of Israel … just as the fears are fabricated worldwide in the face of so much synthetic terrorism being artificially engineered wherever it advances THEIR agenda.
Which begs the question: “Exactly whose agenda is it?” As the excerpt below indicates, who is really funding the $10,000 cartoon contest award? Who paid for the beefed up security and SWAT team that Pamela Geller contracted for in Garland. Who donated the money for the venue?
The event was organized by Pamela Geller’s American Freedom Defense Initiative, which awarded $10,000 to the best depiction of Mohammed. Geller had beefed up security, including a swat team, but the jihadis were foiled by a traffic cop hired for security and armed only with a service pistol, who shot the two American Muslims armed with assault weapons before they could kill anyone.
O’Reilly blamed the ballsy Geller for the jihadi attack on her event with these words: “It’s always cause and effect… This is what happens when you light the fuse, you get violence.”
At the end of the day the two most important questions that every U.S. citizen can ask about this obvious false flag operation are: Who did it? & Why did they do it? Only accurate answers to these questions will permit the American people to put a stop to all the senseless violence being perpetrated to draw them into a fictitious “Clash of Civilizations“.
False flag operations have been used since time immemorial. Especially during times of war they were strategically utilized to galvanize the populace against the “enemy of the day”. Today is no different as recent history is replete with instances of governments the world over employing false flag attacks as rallying cries to launch unjustifiable wars of aggression against the chosen enemy.
The Clash of Civilizations has been carefully coordinated over centuries, just as the many Middle Eastern conflicts have been calculated and planned since WWII. In light of so much categorical evidence pointing to an ongoing conspiracy to once again incite the American people to war, it would seem well past the time to catch on to the whole charade.
Until the American people come to understand who the real perpetrators of these unrelenting false flag shootings and bombings, attacks and threats to attack, they will likely continue. Only when a sufficient number of people wake up to the truth as to why people like Pamela Geller are empowered to stage such events will the fabricated Clash of Civilizations cease to exist, once and for all.
State of the Nation
May 6, 2015