Dec 23, 2016


via aangirfan,  23 December 2016 (excerpt)

Anis Amri's mother, Nour El Houda Hassani, said she had talked with her son on the Sunday, the day before the attack in Berlin.

He had asked her to try to resolve his problem with the Tunisian police and hire a lawyer to handle his case so he could return to Tunisia.

Anis Amri, the suspected Berlin Christmas ... .

"Anis liked to party and never had any religious thoughts, whatsoever," says his mother.

Anis Amri

Anis Amri.
Reuters reported, on 23 December 2016, that the 24-year-old suspect, Anis Amri, had been killed.

The Italian news agency Ansa is reporting that the man shot dead by police in Milan is the Berlin Christmas market suspect, Anis Amri.

Thus, the patsy appears to have been killed.

Professor Shlomo Shpiro

Professor Shlomo Shpiro is a terrorist expert at the University of Bar-Ilan in Tel Aviv.

He was at the Christmas Market in Berlin just before the truck struck.

"Only ten minutes before the truck drove into the booths, Professor Shlomo Shpiro, a terrorist expert at the University of Bar-Ilan in Tel Aviv, strolled in the same Christmas market." 

Israelischer Terror-Experte im BILD-Interview über den Anschlag ... -BILD / Anschlag in Berlin – so erlebte Terrorismus-Experte Shpiro .

According to Donald Trump's brother, the Trump family are German Jews. The US Sent ISIS $1.5 Billion in Weapons False flag operations from Amman to Zambia

The first suspect in the Berlin Market attack was a man from Pakistan.

"Plainly the real perpetrators were counting on the police to shoot the Pakistani guy as he was running away. 

"When that didn't happen, and he turned out to be innocent, the real criminals had to plant the ID of someone else in the lorry to give them cover as they escaped." 

According to Associated Press, September 7 1947: "The Paris police today arrested a number of persons after discovering six home-made aerial bombs with which the Jewish Stern Gang intended to bomb London." JEWISH PLOT TO RAID LONDON Six Aerial Bombs. / JEWISH TERRORISTS

"The Charlie Hebdo 'shooter passport' was left in car in front of Paris Jewish deli favoured by Mossad.

Lutz Bachmann

Lutz Bachmann is the leader of Germany's far-right, pro Israel, Pegida party.

Bachmann says that he knew about the Tunisian suspect just two hours after the attack on the Berlin Market.

He tweeted on the Monday night, just after the attack, that he had 'internal police information' that the suspect was Tunisian.

At that time, the police had announced the arrest of a Pakistani.

It was only when the Pakistani was released that the Tunisian Anis Amri was identified as the suspect.

'It's all too convenient'

A Pegida rally.

Were the people who carried out the attack on the Berlin Market a 'White' right wing group, with links to the security services and to Zionists?

Lutz Bachmann the leader of PEGIDA has said that Germany should remain 'Jewish-Christian'.


Bachmann has a criminal record for sixteen burglaries, drunk driving, dealing cocaine[11][12]and assault.[13] 

In 1998, after Bachmann had been sentenced to several years in prison, he fled to South Africa but was deported back to Germany.[7][8]

Pegida Is Really Pro Zionist

Bachmann, of course, is a Trump supporter.

2016 US presidential election

Some people have questioned the 'convenient' discovery of the Tunisian's wallet - 24 hours after police had first scoured the truck.

Anis Amri, who was most likely incapable of driving a truck. Anis Amri 'is the patsy'.

Anis Amri is most likely an asset of the intelligence services.

Who controls the German intelligence services?

In 1956, the Nazi general Reinhard Gehlen became the first boss of Germany's intelligence service, the BND.

The Gehlen's BND employed the agents of the Nazi's Gehlen Organization.

At the end of World War II, the CIA controlled the BND and its boss Reinhard Gehlen.

Gehlen and his SS and Gestapo agents worked for the CIA.


In 2014 an employee of BND was arrested for handing over secret documents to the United States.[28]


The Nazis and the Zionists are said to be in alliance.

"An internal June 1934 SS position paper urged active and wide-ranging support for Zionism by the Nazi government and the Party."

Zionism and the Third Reich

Agent Gehlen (left) and his US contact (right) in Lucerne, around 1948

Anis Amri "was monitored in Berlin between March and September 2016 on suspicion of planning a robbery."

"Surveillance was reportedly called off after it turned up ... drug-dealing in a Berlin park."

Berlin attack: Tunisian fugitive 'had been under surveillance' - BBC News

Ralf Jaeger, the interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, says: "Security agencies exchanged their findings and information about Anis Amri with the Joint Counter-Terrorism Centre in November 2016."

Berlin attack: Tunisian fugitive 'had been under surveillance' - BBC News

It looks as if Anis Amri was being protected by the intelligence services.
"A group of neo-Nazi terrorists killed 10 people, robbed 14 banks and planted two nail bombs during 13 years on the run.The Hessen branch of the domestic intelligence service, the Verfassungsschutz, or BfV, admitted that one of its agents had been present in April 2006 when two members of the National Socialist Underground (NSU) shot dead a 21-year-old Turk in an internet café." Neo-Nazi terror scandal.

"The federal Verfassungsschutz (BfV) is Germany's official domestic security organ, while the various LfV - the state-level equivalents - do most of the ground-level intelligence-gathering work."

History hangs over German counter-terrorism effort.

Germany's domestic intelligence agency, the BfV, has links to Nazis.

The neo-Nazi murder trial revealing Germany's darkest secrets

"So far, the only 'confirmed death' in the Berlin Market attack is that of the Polish lorry driver Lukasz Urban."

Berlin attack: Tunisian fugitive 'had been under surveillance' - BBC News
Urban can be a Jewish name.

Ariel Zurawski is the owner of the Polish trucking company which owns the truck used in the Berlin attack.

Zurawski is a Jewish name.

Dalia Elyakim (left), from Herzliya, Israel, was in the Berlin market, with her husband Rami (right), as the truck hit the market. dailymail.

An Israeli woman, Dalia Elyakim, 'has been missing since the attack'.

Berlin attack: Tunisian fugitive 'had been under surveillance' - BBC News

ISIS has claimed that it carried out the Berlin Market attack.

Who finances ISIS?

The UK's Department for International Development has recently given more than £120million to Somalia.

A recent 'review' concluded there was a 'certain' risk of this aid money being used by terrorist groups linked to Al Qaeda and ISIS.


Anis Amri

The attack on the Berlin market on 20 December 2016 looks like a 'false flag, inside job'.

The ID of Anis Amri, a 21 year-old Tunisian, "has been found under the seat in the lorry."

dailymail 21 December 2016. 11am.

In other words, certain security services have planted the ID of the 'patsy' in the truck?

Why did it take so long for the authorities 'to find' the ID?

The German government has said that they couldn't deport Anis Amri, because he didn't have any ID.

How did the magical ID suddenly appear in the lorry?

Anis Amri "is believed to have had a criminal record in Tunisia, having carried out violent car robberies."


Anis Amri served four years in an Italian prison for an arson attack on a school.


The security services recruit their 'assets' in prisons.

Just before the Berlin attack, Donald Trump had a meeting with Yossi Cohen (above), the boss of Mossad.

In 2016, Anis Amri was "apparently arrested for GBH but vanished before he could be charged."

In July 2016 "he got into a knife fight over drugs."

Anis Amri was reportedly arrested along with five members of a recruiting network operating on behalf of the Mossad and its friends (ISIS).

How could Anis Amri vanish, if he was a dangerous man?

The False Flag attack in Berlin has been blamed on ISIS, which is run by Mossad and its friends. CNN was able to report live from the attack even before the German media.

First we read:

"According to Michael Behrendt, crime reporter for Die Welt, Berlin: 'The police have no idea who they are looking for. They have no weapon, no DNA traces.'"

dailymail. 21 December 2016. 6am.

Then we read:

"Police are believed to have found Anis A's blood in the truck's cab."

dailymail 21 December 2016. 11am.

The police first blamed Naved Baluch, 23, for the attack.

"Detectives, who flew Naved Baluch out of Berlin and across the country to Karlsruhe to question him, took 18 hours to realise Naved Baluch, who had no blood on his clothes and no injuries, did not drive the lorry..."


Naved Baluch is said to be mentally handicapped.


The official truck driver Lukasz Urban, 37, had driven to Berlin to deliver steel to ThyssenKrupp.

Police sources believe Urban was alive, and in the truck, when the 25-tonne truck was steered at the crowds.