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French assassins trained by British secret services since 1942…

From 1952 to 1962, during the independence movements of the various French colonies around the world, the French secret services SDECE assassinated over 200 political leaders and arms dealers.

The oversea French Empire stretched from East Asia (Viet Nam, Cambodia), Western Africa, Central Africa (of Omar Bango), North Africa, Syria, Lebanon, Polynasian Islands, Latin America…

Winston Churchill ordered the British secret services in 1942 (during WWII) to train French assassins from the Corsica and Sicilian mafias and gangs and expedite them to eliminate German spies and French leaders who were pro the Vichy government.

Amiral Darlan was assassinated in Dec. 1942 by Fernand Bonnier de la Chapelle because Churchill disapproved of Roosevelt’s option of selecting Darlan as President of France after the war ends.

The Maghreb States of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia suffered the most from the terror tactics and inhuman torture methods of the French assassins hired from among the mafias and gangs.

A few of the victims are: Omar Drissi, Ahmed Slaoui, Baby Berrada, Tahar Sebti, Farhat Hached, Ben Barka

A few of the assassins are: Tony (Antoine Melero in “The Red Hand”), Colonel Paul Paillole in “Services speciaux”, Emile Buisson, Abel Danos, Louis Raggio, Joe Renucci, Mathieu Zampa, Meme Guerini, Robert Arthur Blemant, George Thierry d’Argenlieu, Dolan, Marcel Le Roy Finville, Jacques Abtey, Marco Calvert, Gaston Boue-Lahorgue, Marcel Hongrois, Jose Salord, Alexandre Tislenkoff, Christian David, Francois Marcantoni, Ange Simonpierri, Marcel Francisci, Dominique Ventura, Jo Attia of the Lepie Street gang, Henry Fille-Lambie (alias Morlane or Capt. Fillette), Bob Maloubier

Michael Foot in “SOE in France” mentioned the meeting of the circle “Murder Incorporation” in Marseilles in 1952. The CIA representative Irving Brown, Lucky Luciano, Robert Arthur Blemant, representatives of the clans Orsini, Gurrini, Renucci, and Calenzana… met and decided on a grand plan of murder activities.

The long-term objective of this circle was to “free” the major ports in the Mediterranean Sea from the hold of the “leftist” and communist syndicates by murdering and dispersing the leaders of these syndicates.

This was the beginning of what will be called “The French Connection” for trafficking opium, heroine and cocaine all over the world, and particularly to NYC and Miami.

In Viet Nam, the French reopened the opium usage, traffic and cultivation in order to finance the costly illegal activities. The French authority and troops cooperated with the Binh Xuyen pirates to dominate the distribution of opium in Saigon and to export the surpluses to Marseilles. General Salan was commander in Saigon and was an addicted opium user, several times a day.

In Algeria, the rebel French army formed the OAS under the leadership of Challe, Susini, Degueldre, Salan, Jouhaud… in order to oppose de Gaulle decision to give Algeria its independence.

In March 1962, street to street battles in the Capital Algeria confronted French soldiers from both sides, loyalist and rebel forces, a war that generated 60 killed and 200 injured.

The French secret services Service Action, headed by Foccart, dispatched its assassins and killed many of the rebel army leaders.

In May 1962, a cease fire with the Algerian independent factions was signed, a deal that was to retain a temporary French troops for 3 years in order to achieve “smooth” transition for the repatriation of the Pieds Noirs (French who colonized Algeria since the mid of the 19th century) and the Harkis (Algerian soldiers within the French troops).

The smooth deal never materialized and 400,000 French Pieds Noirs “citizens”, who never set foot in France, had to transfer within 3 months and relocate in their “homeland”. This war of independence lasted 7 years and the toll was over 500,000 Algerian killed along with 35,000 French troops and cooperators.

Mind you that in 1962, France of de Gaulle started its open air nuclear testing in Algeria. The indigenous people were not warned of what’s happening and even the French soldiers were not briefed of the danger of exposure to contamination.  The documentary showed French soldiers in shorts and short sleeves after the nuclear explosion.

Soldiers are the vast pool of citizens to be abused of and sacrificed for the sake of the Emperor, and they were not told of the danger in order not to frighten the other groups who will be dispatched for the over 160 nuclear tests conducted within the decade. And the government never acknowledged that their ailments were caused by the nuclear radio-activities.

In the French Polynesian Islands, entire islands exploded and the neighboring indigenous people were not warned of the nuclear explosion and left to die in the days and months later. No treatment or care were invested on these people who chanted the Marseillaise whole heatedly when French personalities visited the islands.

Mind you that it was France that dotted Israel with its nuclear plant in the 60’s and armed Israel with all kinds of weapons.

Most of the French politicians supported the activities of these  assassin and waited anxiously the results, politicians such as Guy Mollet, Mendes France, Mitterand, Chaban-Delmas, Jules Moch, Michel Debre

Note: Information from part of this post was taken from the French book “The cleaners: spies, rascals, crooks… at the service of the French government” by David Defendi

Jews of North Africa and during colonial period 

“Jews had been living in North Africa for many centuries when Europeans expanded their toehold on the continent in the 19th century.  A few Jewish communities trace their presence in North Africa from Roman times.

The expulsion of the Jews from the Iberian peninsula (Spain and Portugal) in the late 15th century gave the local Jewish communities in Morocco and Algeria a demographic and economic boost, especially in Oran and Algiers.  The Jews in northern Africa kept their Iberian tongue (Ladino) as a lingua franca among themselves, similar to the function of Yiddish for their Eastern European counterpart.

In 1830, the French occupied most of the coastal plains of modern-day State of Algeria and gradually began to root their colonial occupation into local communities. Indigenous tribes supplied soldiers for auxiliary colonial troops called Harkis and the Jews were recruited as local officials.

From 1845, rabbis from the French mainland were sent to local Jewish communities “to inculcate unconditional obedience to the laws, loyalty to France, and the obligation to defend it.” The French government granted Algerian Jews the French citizenship in 1870, putting them on a par with the French colonists from the mainland.

During the 19th century, most Jews in North Africa discarded local customs and clothing in favor of the French language, culture and dress. Their affiliation with French culture and power also brought Jews protection, as in Tunisia after 1855.

After a legal dispute with the local Arab Prince about blasphemy, the French emperor Napoleon III intervened with a naval force in favor of the Jews. Jews were subsequently granted equal religious rights and more legal rights than locals: Jewish assessors were attached to criminal courts to provide input on the sentences incurred by Jews charged with crimes in order to safeguard a fair trial.

Jewish collusion with the French in the occupation of North Africa, ultimately encompassing Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, had also negative side-effects in regions which were not firmly in French control.

In Morocco, which remained independent until the beginning of the 20th century, Jews were always targeted by the public when the French launched military campaigns against Morocco or other local powers defying French expansion.

Consequently, Jews were seen as traitors by the local population, which were deprived of the right to vote and were economically deprived in favor of French settlers and their Jewish henchmen.

In Algeria, the number of French citizens reached 1.4 million in 1961 (13% of the total population), including 140,000 Jews (10% of all French citizens). Those settlers dominated public life in the big cities, enjoyed colonial privileges and were in control of the economy.

Jews were often the middlemen between the French rulers and the local subjects, because they knew the country best. The local Muslim population resented French occupation, not in the least place by their display of cultural-religious power by erecting huge cathedrals and synagogues.

The Algerian war of independence was an exceptionally brutal one with terrorism, torture and murder squads from both sides. It has been estimated that approximately one million Algerians lost their lives in the struggle for independence.

The French dispatched to Algeria the ruthless general Massu and the OAS (Organisation de l’armée secret: Secret Army) in order to foil negotiation on independence.  The OAS was ultimately suppressed by none other than De Gaulle. De Gaulle granted Algeria independence in 1962, which led to the exodus of French colonials (Pieds noirs: blackfeet) and their Jewish collaborators to France, a country they barely have seen.

In the newly founded Algerian republic, both Christians and Jews were excluded from Algerian citizenship in revenge for support for the French occupation.

Most Jews left Algeria for France. A few went to Israel, the post-colonial apartheid State in the Middle East. Israel was founded in 1948 by a Jewish settler-minority from Europe, which deposed the Arab majority by brutal expulsion. The remaining natives were politically disenfranchised and economically exploited, similar to the French occupation of Algeria.

Israel was (and is) seen as an offspring of European colonial domination. For example, the Balfour Declaration of 1916 by the colonial power Britain, and the Israel’s siding with the colonial powers France and Great-Britain against Egypt during the Suez crisis in 1956.

The Six Day War of 1967 sealed the fate of most Jewish communities in North Africa as the locals cracked down on them as a result of Israeli victory over Syria, Jordan and Egypt.

The point here is that in the case of French colonialism and throughout their history, Jews have not only been victims but have also been deeply complicit in actions now viewed as morally repugnant by the international community.

The fact that throughout the Western world, Jews are seen only as victims is far more an indication of Jewish power to control their image than a reflection of historical reality.

This section is from Nalliah Thayahbaran (with slight editing and rearrangement)

Note 1: Zionist lobbies in the USA and Europe have been relentless in putting the heat on successful Lebanese business men in Africa for two decades now. The latest strategy is taking this smokescreen of combatting Iran nuclear program and Hezboolah in order to pressure Lebanese banks from facilitating the transfer of money of Lebanese expatriates into Lebanon. How? Disseminating the falsehood that all the money coming in is the result of whitewashing operations…

Note 2: This post was of Nalliah Thayahbaran in reply to my post https://adonis49.wordpress.com/2012/06/29/mania-of-rebranding-africa-disaster-vogue-of-italy/

Note 3: https://adonis49.wordpress.com/2011/05/15/habitat-for-the-year-2025-like-to-dwell-in-a-cool-cave-in-the-dunes/


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