Paris shooting: Vive la Bull-merde!

Posted in "Terrorism" by earthling on January 8, 2015

Who is Martin Boudot?

Nice French name isn’t it?

Well, Martin just so happens to be the guy who shot the footage at the Charlie Hedbro “massacre” in the centre of Paris yesterday. “Je ne suis pas Charlie! Je suis Martin!”

Here is one of Martin’s previous short films – just so happens he’s a journalist/writer and Film creator/Cameraman (not connected to Charlie Hedbro by the way). So while the news gives the impression that the footage was taken by just someone hanging out a window and on a rooftop with a camera, it just so happens to be a guy who does film for a living. Yet again!

Isn’t this an interesting little film considering it shows that Monsieur Boudot’s interests lie in political activism of all things?

The blurb which promotes this little movie is this:

“Clowns counterattacked:

To the four corners of the planet, activists of a new kind denounce injustice through laughter, a weapon of mass derision.

For several months, Martin Boudot interfered in the actions of these activists to understand their methods and measure their effectiveness. In France, he followed anti-extreme right and antimilitarist clowns, then the collective “save the rich” in a hilarious response to the Le Figaro magazine. And then abroad, he went to the meeting of the “Yes Men”, the popes of the fighting through laughter. Finally, his investigation focussed on some other red nose, in Egypt, in Syria, where it is much riskier to mock the powerful… The last portrait, that of Raed Fares, is particularly moving. Despite bombs, this Syrian writes and directs amusing sketches to resist and engage the international community.
A film by 90′ that makes us laugh as everything to cry.”

Notice anything else in that little blurb? Anything which makes you raise your eyebrows somewhat?

“Despite bombs, this Syrian writes and directs amusing sketches to resist and engage the international community.” Martin Boudot is a Syrian? 😉

Funny how there are always interesting little linkages in all of these events isn’t it?

USA Today would also report (emphasis added):
The brothers were born in Paris of Algerian descent. Cherif was sentenced to three years in prison on terrorism charges in May 2008. Both brothers returned from Syria this summer.

Additionally, in all likelihood, the brothers who took part in the attack in Paris may have been fighting in Syria with weapons provided to them by the French government itself. France 24 would report last year in an article titled, “France delivered arms to Syrian rebels, Hollande confirms,” that:
President Francois Hollande said on Thursday that France had delivered weapons to rebels battling the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad “a few months ago.”

So let’s move on to the policeman getting shot in the head by an AK47 Kalashnikov about 2 feet from his skull.

And while there are all the usual dumbasses who can’t recognise or acknowledge what is right in front of their eyes (even when explained to them in very simple terms) and just ignore the fact that a kalashnikov would literally explode the guy’s head, here is a statement by a “Doctor” we are told was first on the scene at Charlie Hedbro:

Daily Telegraph: Gérald Kierzec, 40, a casualty doctor on duty at Hôtel Dieu was among the first on the scene at the offices of Charlie Hebdo.

‘I could see this was a military-style attack. There was a first body lying in the lobby. Then I took the stairs which were covered in blood. When I got to the second floor, there were bodies lying one on top of another.

‘It was carnage with war wounds. There was blood everywhere. These were Kalashnikov injuries with huge bullets that create huge trauma in the victims’ faces and chests. They literally explode.’

So, while the mainstream press write in terms to create the biggest emotional response from you (and are correct in what would actually be seen in such an event) we are shown a policeman being shot at close range by such a rifle which entirely contradicts what the good Doctor suggests he saw with the other victims but, as I said, what would actually be the case IF that policeman had been shot in that way through his skull – which we are meant to understand is what happened to him.

Me? I’m getting tired of this shit and getting tired of listening to and reading utter bilge from idiots who can’t think straight even when faced with clear, objective evidence that this “shooting” of the Parisian policeman is a total and utter sham!


Whatever happened to the Prince Andrew story? 😉 “Oh let’s forget that and move on!” 🙂



A VERY bad “slip of the tongue” here by a Sky News reporter:

Incredible slip up by Sky News reporter.
And he then tries to fix it: “the blood that’s been put there TO….. because of”. Really very telling. That is a real screw up.

I also like when he says “The gunmen appear to have carried out their deed” sounds so like “The government appear to have…” but that’s just me having a laugh. Don’t take that part seriously. The slip up IS serious however.

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  1. Capt. Kermit Sterling said, on January 8, 2015 at 10:37 pm

    Just in time to cover up the Alan Dershowtiz and Tony Blair rape case. ISIL always seems to be ready to help out ole Tony and friends.

  2. franceschannon said, on January 9, 2015 at 8:14 am

    Thank’s Earthling. That’s it! The answer to what was bugging me last night – who happened to be in the right place at the right time to shoot that piece of video? (Brandon Turbeville article – “6 Points To Consider When analyzing The Charlie Hebdo Attacks”)

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