International news warns New Zealand shootings are a ‘false flag’
Ever since the news broke on March 15 of two consecutive mass shootings at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, corporate media has been determined to establish that suspect Brenton Tarrant acted alone in the terrorist attacks that took the lives of 50 innocent Muslim worshippers and wounded 50 others.
While mainstream media has been predictably eager to parade the tragedy as another chapter in the wave of rising Islamophobia and right-wing extremism globally, they have put equal effort into conscientiously avoiding any evidence that contradicts the ‘lone wolf’ theory they decided on in the initial hours following the first mass shooting in New Zealand since 1997.
In Denmark, where a Syrian man with 3 wives and 20 kids gets DKK 214,000 in child benefits, which caused outrage in Denmark and proposals for changing the law.
Ghazia A. (49) was a self-employed cars salesman in Syria, where he provided for himself and his large family.
But in 2015 he traveled to Germany, and that was the end of self- sustaining.