Paris Attacks: An Attack on Progressive French Society and Remembering Operation Gladio

by Scott Creighton

“Destabilize the public order to stabilize the political order and justify a repressive intervention that would be welcomed with relief by the population. People want to live in peace. They don’t want to walk into a bank or a train and die by a bomb from some unknown killer.”

A reader, Observer, has left a link to a video reminding us what Operation Gladio was. In light of what I wrote earlier this morning about the targets of the attacks last night, specifically their socialist/leftist inclinations, I thought it might be informative to post a quote about the nature of the people targeted last night alongside that video reminder left to us by Observer. Because when you look at it in this context with the timing involved, it seems pretty obvious what is going on here.

This is the land of hipster socialists. These neighborhoods recently elected a female socialist mayor, as well as a slew of Green Party candidates, even as the rest of the country voted for the more conservative and anti-immigration parties on the Right.

The attackers, whomever they may be and whatever their motives, went after the heart of progressive Paris. They did not attack the more touristy Champs-Elysées or Notre Dame, or the more bourgeois and conservative left bank, where most of the government ministries are located. Fusion.net

And now for a little history of fascism and America. It’s called The Strategy of Tension.

Thanks for the link Observer. Good point.

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