What Happens When You Question The Charlie Hebdo Lie?

You get Friedman’d (or they burn your house down).

Was Helric Fredou murdered by his Zionist boss?

Was Helric Fredou murdered by his Zionist boss?

When Monsieur Fredou’s mother asked about seeing the autopsy report, she was denied.

You Won’t Get It!

In a telephone interview, the following points were gathered and published:

 1  According to the mother of Helric Fredou, police officers with whom she spoke expressly advised that she would not have access to the autopsy report. The Code of Criminal Procedure, however, provides that in any case of  legal autopsy (for suicide or suspicious death), any member of the family can make a request to the prosecutor. “Give it up” is the message being sent to a bereaved mother who “wants to know the truth.”

2  Helric Fredou’s service weapon was not equipped with a silencer. Her mother has asked a basic question to his colleagues: “Why didn’t you hear anything when he was shot at about midnight?” Laconic reply: “His office was well insulated.”

3  According to his mother, Helric Fredou wanted to make an important phone call after doing two things: debriefing “three investigators” who went out to question the immediate family of a victim of the attack on Charlie Hebdo (in this case, the relatives of Jeannette Bougrab – Charb’s self-styled girlfriend – as was discovered and disclosed  by Panamza) and then checking “social networks.” It is at this point that Fredou would have made such an important deduction that he “wanted to keep working.” Important point: the unidentified “commander” in the office that night  wanted to take charge of debriefing investigators and writing the report, but Fredou insisted “It’s my job.” The direct superior of Helric Fredou is Gil Friedman, director of the Regional Criminal Police, Limoges.

4  According to police, Helric Fredou raised the barrel of his revolver to his forehead and the bullet remained inside the skull.

5  Helric Fredou’s attending physician,  with whom his mother spoke Thursday, January 22, refuses to accept the picture sketched by the handful of articles about Freidou’s death that cited his alleged “depression” and supposed “burn-out”.

6 The mother wanted to know who made the last call to her son. Police reportedly retorted “We are unable to say” before finally claiming that no such call had been made.

7  “Four Directors” of the police, specifically from Paris, met Helric Fredou’s mother to offer condolences and try to convince her that her son was a “suicide”.

Finally, another odd fact deserves to be reported here: apart from the author of these lines, NO journalist has contacted – from January 8th onward – the mother or sister Helric Fredou to try to shed light on the case.

HICHAM HAMZA

Why the coverup?

Is Friedman a Jewish name?

Wouldn’t Fredou’s mother and sister know if he was depressed?

Why does his doctor refuse to accept the media lie?

If you were a reporter, wouldn’t you want to get an interview with these women?

h/t Kevin Barrett

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10 thoughts on “What Happens When You Question The Charlie Hebdo Lie?

  1. Didn’t you get the memo from Holocaust™ Inc? Your supposed to focus your blog on all the pain and suffering and deaths incurred by the Jews during WWII, courtesy of those Nasty Nazis!

    YAHooWEH isn’t missing a beat, filling up their home page each day with Holocaust™ sob stories, that get all sorts of negative comments, many of them saying ‘Let it go” it’s been 70 plus years, get on with your life, etc but that doesn’t stop Jew Inc from laying on the guilt for something that never happened on people who weren’t even alive then and whose ancestors had nothing to do with a non-event.

    First this, then the ‘suicide’ in Argentina of another investigator. Jew Inc is getting nervous, there’s too much truth hitting the Internet all at once, look for a lot more of these ‘suicides.’

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  2. TV wide shots reveal a different perspective on world leaders at largest demonstration in France’s history

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/paris-march-tv-wide-shots-reveal-a-different-perspective-on-world-leaders-at-largest-demonstration-in-frances-history-9972895.html

    So, what exactly were these people leading? How was security arranged for them in front of these supposed ‘millions’? Isn’t it obvious that even if the millions were somehow coaxed into the streets (doubt it, check out crowd generating software below), these ‘paragons of honor, decency and civilization’ supposedly leading them were almost certainly not? We’re watching total theater here with politicians in the actor ranks of the whole charade as they have always been in most Psychological Operations. These leaders were there for maybe 1 hour being photographed separately so then they could be mixed in with the ‘millions’ of people who just ‘spontaneously’ took to the fucking streets.

    One thing to always keep in mind is that these are primarily PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS, a conditioning game, not an exercise in realism. Therefore, all other things being equal, realism will actually even be avoided IF it will give those being PsyOped psychological advantages.

    http://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1762&sid=1026e17053d5f3c867414655c54681e1&start=135

    http://www.moving-picture.com/reels/advertising-crowd-stadium-reel

    SOFTWARE:

    Alice:

    ALICE stands for Artificial LIfe Crowd Engine. Our in-house crowd software was created originally for Troy in 2004 and has been used in over 30 films. ALICE enables artists to manage crowd behaviour, motion clip editing and blending, and customised scripting for large groups of agents, and is one of MPC’s flagship software products.

 Further Reading: A System for Crowd Rendering (SIGGRAPH 2006)


    http://www.moving-picture.com/film/technology_4ff7184519bf

    http://www.moving-picture.com/documents/ASystemCrowd.pdf

    http://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=1762&start=195

    Jack Blood interview with Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad
    (legendary multi-platinum 1970’s hard-rock band that sold out Shea Stadium faster than the Beatles in 1970 and was one of the few bands known to have blown Led Zeppelin off the stage):

    http://forums.ledzeppelin.com/index.php?/topic/17193-led-zeppelin-being-booed-by-the-audience/

    Farner is 1/8 Cherokee Indian and much more knowledgeable about what’s going on in the world (15 year subscriber to American Free Press, names the Jew, etc.) than some of the rock stars that have appeared on the Alex Jones show such as Ted Nugent and Billy Corgan and and has even recorded a song written by Paul Topete of freedompalooza and the band Pokerface!

    ADL (Anti Defecation League; yearly budget an estimated $70 million) write-up on Paul Topete:

    [quote]

    Poker Face is led by anti-Semitic lead singer Paul Topete. Though
    Topete describes the band as “pro-American,” and the band promotes an anti-immigrant, anti-government ideology, Topete also holds anti-Semitic views and maintains affiliations with anti-Semites, Holocaust deniers, militia figures, and conspiracy theorists. In February 2006, he was a guest on The Piper Report, an Internet radio show hosted by Michael Collins Piper, an anti-Semitic writer for the virulently anti-Semitic and conspiratorial newspaper, American Free Press.

    In June 2003, Poker Face members, including Topete, attended and sang at a conference sponsored by American Free Press, an anti-Semitic conspiracy-oriented newspaper and The Barnes Review, a Holocaust denial publication, both published by long-time anti-Semite Willis Carto.

    Speakers included anti-Semitic writer Christopher Bollyn, anti-Semitic conspiracy theorist Eustace Mullins, Holocaust denier Germar Rudolf, and Carto.

    Topete has also given Internet radio interviews to anti-government
    militia figures Mark Koernke and John Stadtmiller and conspiracy
    theorist Alex Jones. Stadtmiller’s Internet radio network, the Republic Broadcasting Network, regularly features programs hosted by anti-Semites.

    http://www.adl.org/combating-hate/domestic-extremism-terrorism/c/hutaree-militia-was-a-fan-of.html

    [/quote]

    “It’s a Trick, We Always Use It.” (calling people “anti-Semitic”)

    John Friend’s Interview with Paul Topete of Freedompalooza

    http://grizzom.blogspot.com/2013/06/the-realist-report-with-john-friend_1430.html

    [quote]

    And how about that Grand Funk Railroad? Their manager, Terry Knight, had this to say about their phenomenal popularity: “Grand Funk sold more records last year [1969] than any other artist in the world. They sold more than The Beatles. … Grand Funk broke every existing attendance record in every city they appeared in, including L.A., New York and Chicago, where they had the largest indoor attendance in the history of the city. We had to stop the door at 20,000; we estimated we turned away another 10,000. Thirty thousand people in Detroit came to see Grand Funk Railroad. It took the Rolling Stones 5 weeks to sell out Detroit, it took Elvis Presley 9 days, it took The Beatles 2 days. It took Grand Funk 2 hours and 15 minutes.” By 1971, Grand Funk one upped The Beatles’ Shea Stadium attendance record, selling out in 72 hours.

    http://fikklefame.com/one-upping-the-beatles/

    [/quote]

    I think the main reason for their super-popularity was how raw they were in their early days plus the cover of that reefer song they did by the Animals:

    Finally, just for fun: site of Jim Morrison’s last concert (with opening band Kansas, yes THAT Kansas). Being from the South, maybe you went there yourself sometime in its heyday? Just check out how many amazing artists and future legends played here, all for less than 5 bucks a ticket:

    http://www.blackstrat.net/

    Some of the Dead and Allmans concerts are downloadable. Look for the reel-to-reel tape icon. The Wetton-Bruford period vintage King Crimson one is unfortunately friggin Slade though. lol

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    • Thanks BMan for allowing …”Negentropic”… to post that. I have loved GRAND FUNK railroad since the begining. One of my favorite songs was >>>
      Freedom is For Children

      You may like this one BMan.

      Saga The Snow fell
      AS HITLER tries to defend Europe from the Comminists, the west allied against Hitler, and allowed Communism to continue!

      Another band that I loved was the DOORS. Here is something that should provoke some ‘thought’ >>>

      George Stephen Morrison (January 7, 1919 – November 17, 2008) was a Rear Admiral and naval aviator in the United States Navy. Morrison was commander of the U.S. naval forces in the Gulf of Tonkin during the Gulf of Tonkin Incident of August 1964. He was the father of Jim Morrison, the lead singer of the rock band The Doors.
      DO youtube…
      Interview with Jim Morrison’s father and sister – YouTube

      And I just liked this song!😉
      The Doors – Runnin’ Blue (Studio)

      But for some HARDCORE anti BEAST music, these are among my favorite.

      This song sounds like it was written five years ago!
      FROM 1969 STEPPENWOLF “Monster”

      And this has an added ‘bonus’ because I receive some visits from these (and other black) helicopters since 1993.
      The IRISH have been resisting the N.W.O. Beast for a long time! “WE” have only recently discovered it!

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    • GFR was/is one of my favorites. Back in 73, we had a big party at our house (all the employees came for a swimming party and cookout). Although the old man wasn’t a huge R&R fan, all the young uns (older than me… I was 11) wanted to listen to R&R. This was when I was introduced to GFR. The way the women loved it and would dance just turned me on to them.

      I’m Your Captain was one of my favorites, but their entire repertoire was amazing. Seems like they are still playing various smaller venues but without some of the original members.

      I haven’t watched yet, but I am very interested in the Jack Blood interview. I’ll watch it this weekend.

      Thanks for sharing.

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      • Yeah, I love how raw they were in their early days especially on the first classic live album, like the ultimate garage band from the ultimate garage town, Flint Michigan, back when they still had an auto industry there. The main reason that girls liked them is because not only were they 3 young, good-looking guys with a charismatic bad-ass frontman who had hair down to his ass, but their brand of louder-than-hell and very fierce-sounding hard-rock was actually what the name implied: FUNKY, raw, sexually suggestive and danceable but without any unnecessary raunchiness, with very loud bass mixed up-front to shake your ass to. So you have 3 tough working-class good-looking young guys playing this very wild music combined with the funkiness and you have a winning runaway synergy that conquered the Beatles’ Shea Stadium record.

        Speaking of rock stars, I remember so clearly when I bought “The Wall” on cassette tape in the 6th grade and there were many older guys who told me: that album has disco songs on it, man, Pink Floyd sold out, don’t listen to that, listen to “Animals” and “Dark Side of the Moon.” I did hear the disco beat on the big hit on closer listen but loved it anyway. I wore that damn tape out or was it two tapes, I don’t remember. Probably two tapes since the album was so long. The biggest disappointment was how lame the next album was compared to the pinnacle that was “The Wall.”

        There were many people at the time who listened to both the Bee Gees and Pink Floyd but if they did, they were not considered cool. Disco or Rock, you had a choice to make and there would be no fusion between the two. The two genres are very much opposed philosophically: Rock is rebel music and always was, an expression of a certain individualistic go-your-own-way attitude and originally, before they dropped the 'roll' for those who couldn't dance worth a shit, rock'n'roll had plenty of dancing attached leading up to the sexual intercourse it symbolized and was an aid and potential aphrodisiac to whereas Disco originally came from the gay clubs and was mainly about pure hedonism and little else. It made a point of confusing freedom and hedonism which was a good dumbing-down mechanism capitalized on fully by the powers-that-be. If only the rockers had studied a few simple James-Brown moves and kept up their dancing skills and not disappointed the always-happy-to-dance women, none of this disco crap would have happened. Rock would simply have gotten more funky but never four beats to the bass. Still, the Bee Gees were head-&-shoulders above the rest in the disco field, having come from the rock and pop disciplines. I wish most of this hip-hop garbage would die a similar death to disco but like an eternal zombie it keeps going and going and going, even after 25 years.
        

        Anyway, long live Elvis Costello (creator of one of my favorite albums, the nerd-rock classic “Get Happy!”)

        and Roger Waters and Siouxsie Sioux and Annie Lennox and Carlos Santana and Stewart Copeland and any other artist who has flipped the finger to Israel and its bloodthirsty policies. And shame on Ian Anderson for playing there without taking a stand and therefore giving his very loud concert-pa-blasted symbolic consent to what goes on there, far worse than anything that went on in South Africa. Of course, his excuse, if he had any, would be, ‘its’ not the people, it’s the leaders, I’m performing for the people’ and yet it is these same people, of whom an estimated 93% were cheering for the bombardment of thousands of Palestinians in return for less than a handful Jews supposedly killed. IF these kinds of people want the fruits of civilization or even a justified rebellion against a civilization crumbling which Tull once represented, they should learn to act civilized or suffer the consequences.

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        • I don’t know why this paragraph posted as some kind of weird box icon that ran the text all the way to the right (lol).:

          “There were many people at the time who listened to both the Bee Gees and Pink Floyd but if they did, they were not considered cool. Disco or Rock, you had a choice to make and there would be no fusion between the two. The two genres are very much opposed philosophically: Rock is rebel music and always was, an expression of a certain individualistic go-your-own-way attitude and originally, before they dropped the ‘roll’ for those who couldn’t dance worth a shit, rock’n’roll had plenty of dancing attached leading up to the sexual intercourse it symbolized and was an aid and potential aphrodisiac to whereas Disco originally came from the gay clubs and was mainly about pure hedonism and little else. It made a point of confusing freedom and hedonism which was a good dumbing-down mechanism capitalized on fully by the powers-that-be. If only the rockers had studied a few simple James-Brown moves and kept up their dancing skills and not disappointed the always-happy-to-dance women, none of this disco crap would have happened. Rock would simply have gotten more funky but never four beats to the bass. Still, the Bee Gees were head-&-shoulders above the rest in the disco field, having come from the rock and pop disciplines. I wish most of this hip-hop garbage would die a similar death to disco but like an eternal zombie it keeps going and going and going, even after 25 years.”

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        • Weird thing with the text box.

          I would have to say that Pink Floyd is probably one of my top three fav’s. I still hold an affinity for Zep and with my southern roots. Skynyrd.

          One group that went from Rock Hard to Disco soft was another three member band I’ve seen over ten times, ZZTop (about in the same way the Doobie Brothers softened). Both band’s early work was fantastic.

          My daughter is ten and since I own all of this stuff, she is getting a proper education. She loves the horned bands (which I too love) like Chicago, and another fav of mine, Blood Sweat and Tears. For some weird reason, she is a huge Heart and Queen fan (I like them, but never wore them out).

          As for those who fight the Jews in whatever way they can: I salute you.

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  4. Rolling Stone magazine, owned by neo-queer Jan Wenner, constantly dissed Grand Funk in reviews even though the band was hugely popular. They gave “Closer to Home” just a short, insulting paragraph. I didn’t know Farner was Jew-aware. I wonder if that was part of the reason for the ridiculous R.S. reviews?

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