Denmark's Thorning-Schmidt Regime Successfully Creates Jihadists
By Ann-Marie de Veer
Saturday 7 March 2015
On Saturday 14 February 2015 the Thorning-Schmidt regime of Denmark joined an exclusive but growing club of Western nations who are now able to cultivate, enable and assassinate their own home-grown jihadists on demand.
Akin to the murderous rampage on 7 January 2015 at the Charlie Hebdo magazine offices in Paris, France, where 12 people were ruthlessly killed and a further 11 seriously injured by the Kouachi brothers, allegedly, Omar Abdel Hamid el-Hussein, a young man of just 22 years of age, single-handedly launched his own reign of terror on the streets of Copenhagen killing two and wounding five others before he was assassinated by the Danish security services in a similar shoot-out scenario that felled the Kouachi's in France.
The fact that el-Hussein, like the Kouachi's, had been sufficiently radicalised to carry out these atrocities and then provided with the training and weapons necessary to mount the attacks before being liquidated by the security services to prevent the truth from emerging in either a court of law or the media, is the standard text-book procedure in mounting domestic false flag operations among Western security agencies.
According to the Danish police and prison authorities, el-Hussein had experienced the Islamic equivalent of a Christian epiphany after his detention in January 2014 and subsequent short stay in prison for stabbing a 19-year old man on a metro train: believed to be a revenge attack after being stabbed himself a few months earlier. They, the prison authorities, maintain that el-Hussein's radicalisation occurred during his brief period of incarceration and the national Security and Intelligence Service (aka. PET - Politiets Efterretningstjeneste) were informed.
The notion that el-Hussein had been completely radicalised during his short term in prison and had also gained the necessary training and skills required to undertake such an operation is simply fanciful propaganda for public consumption while in reality nothing could be further from the truth.
Omar el-Hussein was born and bred in Denmark: the son of Palestinian immigrants. Like most black or brown migrants who live on the fringes of white society in this northern European nation, el-Hussein fared poorly at school, was unable to secure meaningful employment and thus failed to integrate into the country of his birth that he called home. To state that he had become disenfranchised by the society in which he lived is to create an assumption that enfranchisement was possible, routine, or even normal: the reality is that apart from a few minor exceptions, most ethnic minorities are reduced to living in ghetto's or enclaves, unable to break through the impenetrable barrier of bigotry and hatred that systematically prevents any semblance of racial integration. This young man never felt the warmth and power of enfranchisement in his early teens and twenties, unlike his peers who were predominately white, he only knew what it was like to be marginalised. Thus it became inevitable that he would develop an irretrievable disaffection towards his home country: a country that now sought to control and manipulate him for its own nefarious purposes.
Of course, the PET capitalised on el-Hussein's predicament just like the French General Directorate for Internal Security (DGSI) did with the Kouachi brothers in Paris and the British Security Service (aka. MI5) have done in their creation of Jihadi John in London and the many other radical jihadists that now litter Iraq, Libya and Syria.
The modus operandi of domestic security agencies is thus: create a disgruntled and disaffected element within their own population, nurture their radicalisation, facilitate their training and logistic requirements to mount acts of terror and then engineer heinous plots upon the people so they can harvest the rewards of a militarised domestic security apparatus at the expense of the taxpaying public.
As the details of PET's involvement make clear:
- Omar el-Hussein first appeared on the PET radar in 2009, long before the events of 14-15 February 2015: he was one of many marginalised youths' among the Islamic minority in Copenhagen that were being cultivated as an opportunity for the future.
- Later, in 2013, the PET helped fund el-Hussein's 10 week visit to Jordan where he was further radicalised by Islamic clerics. When he returned to Denmark they facilitated his acquisition of weapons.
- When el-Hussein's reign of terror in Copenhagen began, the PET knew exacly who the perpetrator was and where he lived: they also knew who had aided and abetted him and where he had acquired the weapons.
The fact that the PET were able to track, identify and trace the assailant, el-Hussein, within a matter of hours proves beyond any doubt that they not only had prior knowledge of the attack but had actively taken part in facilitating the operation. Their subsequent assassination of el-Hussein to prevent any trace of their involvement being leaked in a open court of law or to the media is the de facto standard operating procedure in mounting domestic false flag operations. Soon after they had killed el-Hussein, his co-conspirators were also rounded up within a matter of hours: all of which says nothing about the PET's ability to successfully mount counter-terrorism operations but clearly demonstrates that they already knew who were involved and where they were likely to find them because they, the PET, were responsible for setting it all up in the first place.
There can be be no doubt whatsoever that Thorning-Schmidt has finally earned her place among the other authoritarian dictators running most Western regimes, i.e. Cameron, Hollande, Merkel and Obama are all guilty of staging similar events in the knowledge that their only hope of clinging onto privilege and power lies in the promotion of domestic terrorism at the expense of the people they are meant to serve.
Only the return of democracy can eliminate this monstrous cabal poisoning the Earth.
- There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to accept what is true.
- Søren Kierkegaard