Hollande as the Prime Suspect
A deeper look shows that France is mired in no less than an economic crisis. The eurozone’s second-largest economy (2012 GDP: 2 trillion euros) is suffering more than any other member from a shocking deterioration in competitiveness. Put simply, France’s products — its cars, steel, clothing, electronics — cost far too much to produce compared with competing goods both from Asia and its European neighbors, including not just Germany but even Spain and Italy. That’s causing a sharp and accelerating fall in its exports, and a significant decline in manufacturing and the services that support it.
The virtual implosion of French industry is overlooked by analysts and pundits who claim that the eurozone had dodged disaster and entered a new, durable period of stability. In fact, it’s France — not Greece or Spain — that now poses the greatest threat to the euro’s survival. France epitomizes the real problem with the single currency: The inability of nations with high and rising production costs to adjust their currencies so that their products remain competitive in world markets.”
It’s not only France’s economy that is in free fall, it’s the whole Eurozone, as per latest data:
Finally, we would like to ask about some of the conflicting details of the attack:
- How many assailants exactly were there considering the already conflicting numbers being broadcasted from several attackers now progressing to a lone gun nut;
- Certainly, the security of the country is on heightened alert for at least four (4) reasons: the ongoing influx of refugees, the UN “climate change” summit, the fallout of the Charlie Hebdo false flag, and the recently concluded “The Shared 21st Century International Mission” featuring CIA Director John Brennan, former UK MI6 Chief John Sawers, Director of the French Directorate for External Security Bernard Bajolet [see video below]. Hmmmn, what a concidence, right?
- Are the gunmen still in “police custody”, “or are they all “dead”?
- How many were the actual victims? The numbers keep on changing by the minute.
The French Government, CIA and MOSSAD intelligence agencies are our prime suspects. At the very least, the French government is yet to come clean on Charlie Hebdo false flag operation, participated in by military shaven crisis actors [here], before this particular event could be considered a real terrorist attack.
Will there be another “unity march” soon?
There should be one on a very exclusive street in France as this is a much “bigger attack”.
No, all they need is to light up landmarks around the world to the color of the French flag. Did they change the lighting beforehand?