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Global Research NewsletterJanuary 14, 2015
The Western domestic spying apparatuses are the first to benefit from the latest terrorist attacks in France. But what do we really know about these attacks, the attackers and their motives? While the false flag scenario is completely ignored by the mainstream media, several independent authors question the official story.

Chandra Muzaffar

By killing these terrorists - which may have been inevitable from a security standpoint - it has now become more difficult to find out if the three acted on their own or if they were part of a larger group and supported by an ideologically driven network. 
Russ Baker

The really striking similarity, beyond the theme of radical Islam, is this: in both cases, the security state knew the perpetrators well. 
Paul Craig Roberts

The Roman question is always: Who benefits? The answer is: Not France, not Muslims, but US world hegemony. 
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Ulrich Rippert

After a cabinet meeting on Monday, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian spoke of a permanent threat. Prime Minister Manuel Valls promised more money for the secret services and more effective surveillance.
France Deploys 10,000 Troops in Wake of Charlie Hebdo Attack
Chris Marsden

Cazeneuve said Sunday that the Hollande government would seek greater authority to monitor the Internet to counter activity in support of terrorist or subversive activities.

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