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Curtis Culwell Center False Flag Attack in Garland, TX to Hype the War on Terror and Manufacture Hatred Toward Muslims
Curtis Culwell Center False Flag Attack in Garland, TX to Hype the War on Terror and Manufacture Hatred Toward Muslims

Curtis Culwell Center False Flag Attack in Garland, TX to Hype the War on Terror and Manufacture Hatred Toward Muslims

You know what happened in Garland, Texas. Two jihadists wanted to replicate and ramp up what happened in Paris, by murdering scores of patriotic Americans who were standing in defense of free speech… ISIS issued a death threat against me… They threatened to murder also anyone associated with me, anyone who defends me, and anyone who supports our work. In other words, they’ve declared war against America.
– Pamela Geller, “The ISIS Death Fatwa,” Jihadwatch.org, May 14, 2015

WND reports:

Geller, author of “Stop the Islamization of America,” said in a radio interview then that she based her assessment on a new report that the FBI apparently knew of the planned terrorist attack on the conference but it did nothing to stop it. “This is egregious. I submit to you the FBI, under the Obama administration, wanted us dead,” she said on WABC New York’s “Bernie and Sid Show.” “I want to know why there was not a(n) (FBI) SWAT team there. I want to know why there was no one there, to repel this attack. It is shocking.”

It was in 2015, shortly before Geller was named WND Woman of the Year, when she held an art exhibit and drawing contest featuring images of Muhammad. The aim was to defend free speech by showing that Americans could not be intimidated into complying with Islamic strictures prohibiting the depiction of Muhammad.

The Garland shooting is an extension into the United States of the same Israeli terrorist operation that brought us the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris and a similar shooting in Denmark. Like the publication of the original anti-Muslim cartoons in a Danish newspaper in 2005, all of these attacks come from the same source. They are Israeli intelligence operations designed to make us think that Muslims are a threat to our freedom of speech. They are like fresh logs thrown onto the “War on Terror” fire that was started with the false-flag terrorism of 9-11.

Understanding that these attacks are truly not of Islamic origin, but are false-flag operations carried out by Israeli intelligence, will enable us to avoid being deceived about the nature of the threat we face. It is not Islam that we have to resist, but Israeli/Zionist terrorists carrying out false-flag terror operations like 9-11. This is the true nature of the evil Zionist deception that we need to expose and root out.

During my recent “Solving 9-11 Ends the War” tour in the United States, I explained that the Paris and Denmark shootings were classic Israeli intelligence operations, nearly identical to those described in The Little Drummer Girl, a 1982 novel by John LeCarré. Written with the help of a former chief of the Mossad, The Little Drummer Girl describes exactly how Israeli intelligence sets up false-flag operations in Europe by laying a trail of false evidence to implicate Palestinians for acts of terrorism carried out by the Mossad. This is exactly what was done with the 19 alleged hijackers of the 9-11 operation.

Because it is the American population which is the primary target of the Mossad deception, we need to understand exactly how it works, who is behind it, and what they are trying to achieve. The real purpose of the Garland incident, like the attacks in Paris and Denmark, is to affect public opinion and bring it in line with the Zionist war agenda. The take-away from the Garland false-flag incident is that Muslims are opposed to our cherished freedom of speech and are, therefore, an anti-democratic element that threatens our democratic societies.

The idea that Muslims are a threat to our democratic values is, of course, most certainly not the case. I cannot provide all the details about how the two young Muslims from Phoenix were snookered into driving to Dallas in order to sacrifice themselves in this bizarre staged incident, but it seems quite apparent that the whole thing was all a big set-up. One of the two Muslim shooters, Elton Simpson, had long been monitored – and probably played – by the FBI, who actually warned the Garland police to be on the lookout for Simpson several hours before he was shot dead outside the venue. How did the FBI know that Simpson was on his way to the Zionist provocation in Garland?

Immediately after the shootings, the Israel intelligence/propaganda website, SITE Intelligence Group, claimed that ISIS was in contact with the Garland shooters.

Immediately after the shooting, the Israeli intelligence website, SITE Intelligence Group, released a text message, which it said showed that Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL) had been in contact with the Garland shooters. SITE Intelligence Group is an Israeli intelligence outfit, run by the Mossad agent Rita Katz, which provides propaganda and fabricated information to the U.S. media. The U.S. media outlets dutifully accept the Israeli propaganda without question and present it to the public as genuine. By linking ISIS to the Garland shooting the Israelis made it appear as if ISIS is now carrying out attacks within the United States. Make note of the precedent for they will surely refer to it in the future – after the next terror event to be blamed on Muslims or ISIS. This is, after all, how the game is played, but we should know that the game is being played on us – and at our expense.

The Garland event was a clear provocation designed to insult Muslims by presenting offensive cartoons lampooning the Prophet. After the shooting, the mainstream media criticized the organizers of the overtly anti-Muslim event, but avoided discussing their political ideology. What they failed to mention was the fact that the organizers of the Garland event were fanatical and rabid Zionists. National Public Radio, for example, published an article the following day, entitled “5 Things to Know about the Organizers of Muhammad Cartoon Contest” that failed to even mention that the organizers are rabid Zionists who openly call the Palestinians “Nazis”.

Like Geller, Robert Spencer is a rabid Zionist, but the mainstream media carefully avoids mentioning that most salient fact. Why would the media avoid any mention of the Zionist ideology behind the anti-Muslim provocation in Garland?

Pamela Geller, for example, the main spokesman and organizer of the event, calls herself a “fierce Zionist.” Geller has openly advised the Israeli military to “drop a MOAB” on the people of Gaza for every rocket fired from the besieged territory. A MOAB is an acronym for the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, a 23,000 pound bomb considered to be the most powerful non-nuclear weapon ever designed. That Geller would call for such a bomb to be dropped on the defenseless refugees of Gaza reveals her seriously psychopathic and genocidal character.

After the Garland shooting, I can’t imagine any responsible American town allowing Pam Geller and her partner Robert Spencer to put on another provocative anti-Muslim event, but it may happen. In any case, what Americans need to understand is that the Garland shooting was a staged event put on by Zionist extremists and Israeli intelligence operatives to deceive us into thinking that Muslims are enemies of our fundamental democratic values. Like the false-flag terror attacks of 9-11, this is yet another Zionist deception that is designed to change how we think about Islam in order to make us more amenable to go along with the disastrous and fraudulent “War on Terror” and “Clash of Civilizations”.

Understanding that these false-flag terror events are all Zionist deceptions designed to create tension and division among Americans of different faiths and trick us into supporting genocidal wars of aggression in the Middle East should help us avoid being deceived again in the future. Realizing who is truly behind the false-flag terrorism will give us the knowledge we need to resist the Zionist fraud known as the “War on Terror.”

Article by Christopher Bollyn

The 14 people on trial in connection with the 2015 terror attacks in Paris were found guilty in December 2020 on a range of charges. The verdict end a three-month trial and puts the fugitive widow of an Islamic State gunman and a man known as his logistics expert behind bars for 30 years. The attacks on the Charlie Hebdo newspaper and a kosher supermarket resulted in the death of 20 people, including three gunmen.

“We accuse the executioner but ultimately it is worse to be his valet,” said Patrick Klugman, a lawyer for the survivors of the market attack. Judicial police said 37 million bits of phone data was searched in the investigation. Of the 14 accused in the attacks, 11 were in the courtroom when the guilty verdict was read. All of the defendants received sentences ranging from 4 for 30 years.

The three others were tired in absentee.The widow is believed to be in Syria where she fled just days before the attacks. Two other men are believed to be dead. However, just in case, one man was sentenced to life in prison and the other was convicted separately.

The trial was delayed repeatedly due to the coronavirus.

— which connected killings across Paris to the Islamic State group and al-Qaida.


As Joel Skousen reports in his WorldAffairsBrief.com on April 7th, 2017:

For those readers who may still want more evidence that the US is running false flag attacks, we now have direct evidence of an FBI agent provocateur being involved with the two men who attacked the Anti-Muslim conference put on by Pamela Geller in Garland Texas in 2015, almost two years ago.

This attack was fomented by government agents in order to convince Americans that ISIS is a direct threat on their home turf. Trouble is, CBS News found out that the two Islamic terrorists had their FBI informant driving just behind them all the way to the attack point, and then once he saw it was successfully going down, he drove away. Here’s the script from “Attack in Garland,” which aired on March 26, 2017. Anderson Cooper is the correspondent for CBS.

CBS, as a controlled media outlet would never allow itself to conclude that the FBI was leading these men to attack, only that they had some knowledge of the perpetrators but somehow couldn’t stop them. The details of this attack show that FBI involvement is deep to dismiss a conspiratorial conclusion.

Joel Skousen gives an excellent analysis of the report below:

Here in the U.S., in just the past three years, more than 100 people have been arrested for ISIS-related crimes. [all of them showed FBI involvement in the planning] The FBI devotes significant resources to identifying potential terrorists and sometimes spends years tracking them. The terror attack in Garland, Texas, two years ago was the first claimed by ISIS on U.S. soil.

It’s mostly been forgotten because the two terrorists were killed by local cops before they managed to murder anyone. In looking into what happened in Garland, we were surprised to discover just how close the FBI was to one of the terrorists. Not only had the FBI been monitoring him for years, there was an undercover agent right behind him when the first shots were fired.

The target of the attack was an event taking place in this conference center on May 3, 2015. A self-described free speech advocate named Pamela Geller was holding a provocative contest, offering a cash-prize for the best drawing of the prophet Muhammad, whose depiction is considered sacrilege by some Muslims. Security outside was heavy. There were dozens of police, a SWAT team, and snipers.

More than 100 people were gathered inside and the event was ending when two terrorists drove up to a checkpoint manned by a Garland police officer and a school security guard… Bruce Joiner, the security guard, was unarmed.

Bruce Joiner: It’s like they pull up, stop, and the doors open.

Anderson Cooper: Do you remember seeing the weapon

Bruce Joiner: Oh, yeah. Definitely saw their weapon. And that’s when I locked onto his face ‘cause he’s got this smile.

Anderson Cooper: He was literally smiling?

Bruce Joiner: Yeah, like, “I got ya. I got ya.”

The two terrorists opened fire. Joiner dove for cover, but was shot in the leg. Officer Greg Stevens, returned fire with his handgun. Police nearby ran toward the scene.

The next day as the FBI picked through the crime scene, the evidence showed Garland police had prevented a massacre. The terrorists brought six guns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, bulletproof and tactical vests, and Xeroxed copies of the black flag of ISIS [all of it likely provided by their FBI ‘informant’]. They were identified as 31-year-old Elton Simpson and 34-year-old Nadir Soofi. Just hours before the attack they had sent this tweet pledging allegiance to ISIS. But Simpson was already well-known to the FBI.

He grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, and moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in middle school. He briefly played college basketball before dropping out and converting to Islam when he was 20. According to leaders of the Phoenix mosque he attended, Simpson was well-liked and soft-spoken.

Anderson Cooper: There are informants inside the mosque?

Usama Shami [a religious leader in the mosque]: Yeah. I mean the whole case with Elton Simpson was with an informant that he was befriending Elton and taping his conversations.

Dabla Deng spent three years pretending to be Simpson’s friend, and was paid $132,000 by the FBI. He taped more than 1,500 hours of their conversations and finally recorded him talking about traveling overseas to wage jihad. Simpson lied to the FBI about it and got three years probation.

Of course, the FBI never reveals the important details of how they feed anger-inducing information to Muslim targets about US false flag attacks, blaming Muslims. They never tell about planning the attack or providing the weapons, ammunition or explosives.

Anderson Cooper: Do you think Elton Simpson would have launched this attack if it wasn’t for people in ISIS overseas who were online whispering in his ear?

Seamus Hughes: I think the folks whispering in his ear was a big part of it.

But what Cooper doesn’t know or doesn’t say is that US intelligence runs ISIS and so inciting Simpson through contacts with “ISIS” is the same as talking to the CIA who runs these terror cells (usually through Israeli Mossad trained terror leaders).

Seamus Hughes: It speaks to a larger problem the FBI has, which is you have an individual who pops into your radar in 2006, but doesn’t commit an attack until 2015. So do you want the FBI to watch this individual for nine years?

That’s always the excuse offered when people on the radar commit attacks, but its just a cover.

After the attack, Phoenix FBI agents became convinced the two men hadn’t acted alone, and began investigating Elton Simpson’s friends. They arrested this man Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a 43-year-old convert to Islam who grew up in Philadelphia, and accused him of funding the attack, as well as training and encouraging Simpson and Soofi.

When you know these guys personally, it becomes obvious none of them are smart enough to plan and execute this kind of operation. Abdul-Kareem was involved, and later convicted, but he’s the patsy law enforcement prosecutes so they can avoid investigating further for FBI provocation. Now comes the good part where the FBI role starts to be revealed.

Anderson Cooper: After the trial, you discovered that the government knew a lot more about the Garland attack than they had let on?

Dan Maynard [Abdul Kareem’s lawyer]: That’s right. Yeah. After the trial we found out that they had had an undercover agent who had been texting with Simpson, less than three weeks before the attack, to him “Tear up Texas.” Which to me was an encouragement to Simpson.

The man he’s talking about was a special agent of the FBI, working undercover posing as an Islamic radical. The government sent attorney Dan Maynard 60 pages of declassified encrypted messages between the agent and Elton Simpson – and argued “Tear up Texas” was not an incitement.

That’s right–the government is arguing that go “tear up Texas” is not an incitement! Well Simpson certainly took it as incitement and responded, “no need to be so direct.”

But Simpson’s response was incriminating, referring to the attack against cartoonists at the French magazine Charlie Hebdo: “bro, you don’t have to say that…” He wrote “you know what happened in Paris… so that goes without saying. No need to be direct.”

But it turns out the undercover agent did more than just communicate online with Elton Simpson. In an affidavit filed in another case the government disclosed that the FBI undercover agent had actually “traveled to Garland, Texas, and was present… at the event.”

And this past November, Maynard was given another batch of documents by the government, revealing the biggest surprise of all. The undercover FBI agent was in a car directly behind Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi when they started shooting. This cell-phone photo of school security guard Bruce Joiner and police officer Greg Stevens was taken by the undercover agent seconds before the attack.

Anderson Cooper: The idea that he’s taking photograph of the two people who happen to be attacked moments before they’re attacked.

Dan Maynard: It’s stunning.

Then, Cooper refrains from drawing the obvious conclusion, but Maynard’s response to Cooper’s next question comes close:

Anderson Cooper: What would you want to ask the undercover agent?

….Maynard: “I can’t tell you whether the FBI knew the attack was gonna occur. I don’t like to think that they let it occur. But it is shocking to me that an undercover agent sees fellas jumping out of a car and he drives on. I find that shocking.”

Techdirt.com adds:

Faced with an actual terrorist attack, the FBI agent took off, leaving local police to fend off the well-armed attackers. The undercover agent was arrested at gunpoint by cops a short distance away.

Now, there may be legitimate reasons for an undercover not to get involved in a shootout. He may not have had the proper training or the weapons on hand to make a difference. But it’s definitely not a good look to arrive on scene of an attack featuring suspects you’re intimately familiar with and drive away when the bullets start flying. Especially not when the agent has stopped long enough to see the suspects exit their vehicle with weapons and, for some reason, to take a cell phone photo of the two people who would be shot at first: a school security guard and a local police officer.

The FBI won’t explain what happened or why it happened. It refuses to discuss the closed investigation and claims no one at the agency had any advance knowledge of the planned attack — which presumably includes the special agent working undercover and present at the scene.

This would be the same agent whose text messages have been turned over to attorney Dan Maynard. Those appear to show the FBI had some advance knowledge of the planned shooting. The only obvious explanation for the FBI’s claim that there was no foreknowledge (other than the agency is just lying) is that it saw the communications but wasn’t convinced they were serious enough to act on.

But in Garland, Texas — where real terrorists with a sizable supply of weapons and a coherent attack plan opened fire — the FBI was not only on the scene, but left as soon as it became obvious there was an attack taking place. No matter the reason, this isn’t a good look for an agency whose counterterrorism reputation is built on dozens of super-safe busts.

Dr. Kevin Barrett of VeteransToday.com comments:

Another red flag in the Texas shooting, just like in Paris and Copenhagen, is the way the alleged terrorists were quickly gunned down and silenced forever. Dead patsies tell no tales, whereas actual terrorists need to be interrogated, not silenced. Any time an alleged terrorist is summarily executed rather than captured and interrogated, it’s likely that the “terrorist” is a patsy of one kind or another.

A security guard injured in the 2015 attack says in lawsuit that he learned months later that an FBI agent had been undercover in the terror cell that carried out the attack…

See also:

Hebdo Redux in Garland, Texas? ‘Mohammed Cartoon’ Shooting Reeks of a Staged False Flag