So, judging by the spin-off ending at the "Hyper Cacher", this story is "kosher" I guess...
coincidentally, this is journalist Laurant Leger going to work after the attack. He was present during the attack and survived by hiding behind a desk:
from: http://www.corriere.it/foto-gallery/est ... bbd2.shtml
His scarf totally does NOT remind me by absolute coincidence of the flag of Israel.
[edit:] I also wanted to comment the pope's words as pointed out by corsarino. Here in English: http://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/eu ... -1.2059594
"Wednesday’s terror attack in Paris brings to mind so much cruelty – human cruelty – so much terrorism, both isolated [incidents of] terrorism and state terrorism . . . of how much cruelty is man capable."
(probably this speech can be found in its entirety somewhere on the vatican website). No matter what you think of it, you cannot miss the roundabout way by which he seems to be trying to pass a message.
Are we here in the presence of actual "fronts" facing each other with different strategies...? Of course, it is easy to argue that this is all the same "front" just playing parts, or that all these part are equally evil. Personally I don't have an answer and I don't envy who does (and of course a case could be made as to the shady affiliations of this freemason pope.) Still, it is worth mentioning. I first had the feeling of someone trying to "ruin it" when I read that on the same day of the attack
Pope Francis was meeting with the french Imams, later giving a joint statement together with them (http://news.yahoo.com/pope-celebrates-m ... 24780.html
). Although one could argue that this doesn't "ruin" much, or that it is even part of the same psyop, it seems to me still not very much in line with the program of playing christians and muslism against each other that has being going on for decades and especially in the last few years.