French Train False Flag


In 2003, the Moroccan Ayoub El-Khazzani (above), moved from Tangier to the southern Spanish port of Algeciras.

He came to the attention of the police and intelligence agencies.

One newspaper said he had been arrested for drug trafficking and placed under surveillance.


At this point he may have been recruited by the CIA and its friends.


In a surprisingly empty compartment (on a very crowded train) Spencer Stone decided to confront a man with an AK 47.

"The gunman had burst out of a toilet cubicle on the train and fired his handgun once, wounding one man, before the weapon jammed, giving his would-be victims their chance to pounce."


The Moroccan had managed to take a handgun, an AK-47 machine gun, knives and nine magazines of bullets onto the train.

Spencer Stone leaving hospital after his neck was slashed.

Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler. Did they all know each other before they got on the train? Who took the photo?

The Moroccan 'gunman' Ayoub El-Qahzzani, involved in the French train incident, has been linked to a group involved in an incident in Verviers in Belgium in January 2015.

Belgian anti-terror raid in Verviers leaves two dead


The CIA and NATO have a long history of carrying out terrorist attacks in Belgium.

In 1984, a squad of US Marines was parachuted into Belgium, and met by a member of the Belgian military intelligence. 

Weapons and ammumition were stolen. A belgian police officer was murdered.

In 1991, a Belgian Senate investigation proved that this attack was the work of the American and Belgian military.



El-Qahzzani reportedly fought for the CIA against the Assad government in Syria.

French newspaper 

La Voix du Nord

 said that Spanish authorities had warned the French about El-Qahzzani.

It is possible that, at the time of the incident on the French train, he was under surveillance by, or under the control of, the security services.

Photo by Christina Cathleen Coons, a 'social worker' from New York, who is traveling in France and was on the train. Photo via Freedom Film LLC, Paramus, New Jersey. Freedom Film LLC 18 August. My trip across the world isn't done yet! amsterdam‬ to ‪berlin‬ ... to‪ ‎Thailand‬ ... 

On 21 August 2015, what looks like a false flag operation took place on a train in France.

The large number of photographs of the incident could suggest that this is a psy-op.

French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade

The French actor Jean-Hugues Anglade was on the train.

He reportedly cut his hand while breaking the glass on the emergency alarm.

The official story is:

A 'hero' US airman and his friends disarmed a Moroccan 'terrorist' as he 'opened fire' with an AK-47 on train passengers in France.

Anthony Sadler, from Pittsburg, California, Alek Skarlatos from Roseburg, Oregon, and Chris Norman, a British man living in FranceThe official story is:

The attack was stopped by US Air Force airman Spencer Stone, Oregon National Guard member Alek Skarlatos, 22, Anthony Sadler, from California, and British national Chris Norman.

Stone 'was cut in the neck' but his injuries are not life-threatening.

StoneThe official story is:

The 26-year-old Moroccan national was known to the security services.

The Moroccan got on the

Amsterdam to Paris

train in Brussels.

(Belgian journalist Marin Buxant Tweeted that 'the US Marines' were on leave in Brussels when they spotted the man and followed him on the train.) The official story is:

US airman Spencer Stone spotted the Moroccan acting suspiciously and heard him trying to arm his weapon in the toilet.

The Moroccan, Ayoub el-Qahzzani, 'had at least nine full magazines of ammunition holding almost 300 rounds.'

Stone and his helpers wrestled the Moroccan to the ground.

(El Pais claimed that the Moroccan had recently been in Syria, where the CIA employs Moroccans to fight against Assad.) 


Video footage shows the Moroccan lying on the floor, with his hands and feet tied up.

The video shows an AK-47 on a seat and 'blood stains' on the windows.

Anthony Sadler, from California, says:

'We heard a gunshot, and we heard glass breaking behind us, and saw a train employee sprint past us down the aisle.'

Sadler says that a gunman entered the train carriage.

Sadler says: 'As he was cocking it to shoot it, Alek (Oregon National Guard member Alek Skarlatosjust) yells: "Spencer, go!"

'Spencer  (airman Spencer Stone) makes first contact, he tackles the guy, Alek wrestles the gun away from him, and the gunman pulls out a box cutter and slices Spencer a few times. And the three of us beat him until he was unconscious.'

'The gunman never said a word.'

Alek Skarlatos says:

'Spencer ran a good ten metres to get to the guy..."

The Moroccan on the platform of the station in Arras in Northern France. Photo by Christina Cathleen Coons, a social worker from New York, who is traveling in France and was on the train. Photo via Freedom Film LLC, Paramus, New Jersey.

The incident on the French train is almost certainly the work of the security services.

On 30 January 2010, we learnt that NATO generals devised Operation Cage (Cage probe deepens with Poyrazköy indictment) which included the idea of detonating explosives during school field trips to military museums in Turkey. The intention was to kill lots of kids.

The UK's General Frank Kitson reportedly developed the idea of the 'pseudo gang'. 


General Frank Kitson: Trail Blazing Fake Terrorism


The pseudo gang works for the military but pretends to be a bunch of terrorists.

The idea of the 'pseudo gang' is to murder innocent civilians and then blame the murders on the people that the military wants to discredit.

Pseudo gangs have been used in Vietnam, Italy, Turkey, Belgium, the Philippines, Kenya, Malaya, Northern Ireland, Iraq, London, Madrid, New York and many other places.

The top researcher on 'NATO-CIA terrorism' is Dr. Daniele Ganser, a Swiss historian and Senior Researcher at the Center for Security Studies at the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. Ganser is the author of NATO's Secret Armies - Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe.

Let us remember:

In 1984, a squad of US Marines was parachuted into Belgium, and met by a member of the Belgian military intelligence. 


NATO, Gladio and the strategy of tension. N.A.T.O stay behind.


They hid for a fortnight before attacking the police station in Vielsalm. Weapons and ammumition were stolen. A belgian police officer was murdered.

In 1991, a Belgian Senate investigation proved that this attack was the work of the American and Belgian military.

Further attacks took place in Belgium. More arms and ammunition were stolen in these attacks. This stolen weaponry was handed over to fascist groups.

Around this time in Belgium, extremists were carrying out the so-called Brabant Massacres.

These were a group of attacks over a period of two years.

Groups of armed men would burst into restaurants and supermarkets and start shooting.

For example, on 9 November 1985, armed hooded men entered a supermarket and opened fire.

Eight people were killed.

Belgian soldiers roasting a boy. The Belgian military has been linked to massacres carried out in Belgian supermarkets in the 1980s.

An official report published on the Brabant Massacres in 1990 concluded that the killers were linked to people in the government.

"According to the report, the killers were members or former members of the security forces - extreme right-wingers who enjoyed high-level protection and were preparing a right-wing coup." 

(NATO’s Secret Armies, pg 145)

It should be noted that "The Supermarket massacres occurred during the period when the U.S. was pushing a plan to base the Euro-Missiles (nuclear-tipped Cruise missiles) in different European countries..."

"The Belgian Parliament, which investigated the incidents, felt that they were another attempt to sow confusion and fear among the populace, thereby generating public outcries for a law-and-order government which would be amenable to the Euro-Missiles." 

Belgian nobleman Benoit de Bonvoisin has been linked to the supermarket massacres. 


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