New ‘Revelations’ on Kenya Mall Massacre: There were only FOUR shooters – who escaped alive
2013-12-11 0:00

From: 21st Century Wire

21st Century Wire says…


From the onset, the Kenya Mall Massacre was riddled with odd circumstances and dramatised media coverage, so much so that it is very difficult not to skeptical about the official narrative of what happened, and who was involved. That narrative continues to unravel…


As 21Wire reported in late September, the attack which took place at the Westfields Shopping complex in Nairobi, Kenya, had obvious tell-tale signs of a classic false flag operation – following the classic Hegelian false-flag pattern of problem, reaction, and solution. In this tale, it is the “al Qaeda-affiliated group” al Shabaab from Somalia.

As well as being one of the largest outposts for US, British and Israeli intelligence agencies in the world, Kenya is a cornerstone of the African continent, and will play the deciding role in how the continent of Africa is folded into the City of London’s long range plans for a New World Order.

After the event took place, NYPD sent several detectives to Nairobi as part of a ‘Joint Terrorism Task Force’, in order to investigate the terror attack, and assembled their findings into the report released this week. It turns out that what we were told at the time differs greatly from the facts on the ground, including, we are told, the fictional UK tabloid media’s rumors that British citizen, Samantha Lewthwaite, aka ‘The White Widow’ (the widow of a suicide bomber who attacked the London train system and killed 26 people as part of the “7/7” plot) was present at the massacre and helped to ‘mastermind’ the plot. More lies to throw off the public?

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Read the full article at: 21stcenturywire.com





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