Is “Islamic State” a real Muslim group – or a false-flag group created, armed and deployed AGAINST Muslims by the enemies of Islam?
Who was really behind the recent terror attacks in Paris? (Check the links at the bottom of this article for clues.)
These are among the questions considered at the False Flag Islamophobia Conference held in Paris, France, 6 to 10 pm Paris time on December 12th, 2015, the eve of the one-month anniversary of the Friday the 13th attacks.
False Flag Islamophobia Conference schedule (Paris Time/US Eastern Time/Pacific Time) 18h-18h30 Paris (noon-12:30pm Eastern) (9-9:30am Pacific) Prof. Tony Hall and Kevin Barrett Introduce Conference
18h30-19h Paris (12:30-1pm Eastern) (9:30-10am Pacific) James Tracy
19h-19h30 (1-1:30pm Eastern) (10-10:30am Pacific) Catherine Shakdam
19h30-20h (1:30-2pm Eastern) (10:30-11am Pacific) Patrick Henningsen
20h-20h30 (2-2:30pm Eastern) (11-11:30am Pacific) Imran Hosein
20h30-21h (2:30-3pm Eastern) (11:30am-noon Pacific) Robert David Steele
21h-21h30 (3-3:30pm Eastern) (noon-12:30pm Pacific) Scott Bennett CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD SCOTT BENNETT’S POWERPOINT
21h30-21h45h: (3:30-3:45pm Eastern) (12:30pm-12:45pm Pacific) Brandon Martinez
21h45-22h (3:45-4pm Eastern) (12:45-1pm Pacific) Summary About the Participants Prof. Tony Hall is the author of many publications including the two volume Bowl with One Spoon. Volume One (The American Empire and the Fourth World) won the Alberta book award in 2004 as the best non-fiction text by an Alberta author. Volume 2 (Earth into Property) was selected by The Independent in the UK as one of the best English-language history books in the world published in 2010.
James Tracy is a Professor of Communication at an American university. He runs the popular Memory Hole Blog.
Catherine Shakdam is a political analyst, writer and commentator for the Middle East with a special focus on radical movements and Yemen. Her writings are featured on RT, MintPress, Epic Times, Mehr News, The Foreign Policy Journal, The Age Of Reflection and many others. She hosts a weekly podcast: Breaking Point at Epic Times. The Director of Programs at the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, Catherine is also the co-founder and director of Veritas Consulting, and the author of Arabia’s Rising – Under The Banner Of The First Imam.
Patrick Henningsen of is a writer, investigative journalist, and filmmaker and founder of the news website 21st Century Wire. He appears frequently on RT news and has also written for the Guardian.co.uk, GlobalResearch.ca, and Infowars.com.
Imran Hosein is one of the world’s most influential Islamic scholars, and is widely considered the most prominent Muslim eschatologist. He has held posts including Director of Islamic Studies for the Joint Committee of Muslim Organizations of Greater New York, and led the weekly Juma’ah prayers and delivered the sermon at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan once a month for ten years continuously. He is the author of many books on topics related to Islam and current events.
Robert David Steele is a former CIA Clandestine Services Officer. He ran for President in the Reform Party in 2012, and is currently seeking the Libertarian nomination for President in the 2016 elections. One of the world’s leading advocates of open source intelligence, Steele is the pro bono Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Earth Intelligence Network, a 501c3 devoted to teaching holistic analytics, true cost economics, and open source everything engineering (OSEE).
Scott Bennett is a former US Army Intelligence Officer and counter-terrorism specialist.
He has developed and managed psychological warfare theories, products, and operations for U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Central Command, the State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and other government agencies. He served in the G.W. Bush Administration from 2003 to 2008, and was a Social Science Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. Since 2010 Scott has filed numerous military-government whistle-blowing reports with Congressional Committees, including: the Intelligence, the Armed Services, the Government Oversight and Reform, the Homeland Security, the Judiciary, the Foreign Affairs, the Banking, and the Terrorism Committees.