French teacher killed on global day of rage by radicalized Chechen Islamist

ER Editor: We do wonder if this was some kind of set-up, a type of false flag, what with Hamas leader Khaled Mashal calling for a global day of rage for Friday, the 13th (note the date). It’s just too convenient. Was France selected as the ‘role model’? We’ve seen this playbook of public manipulation to instill targeted fear in the French population many times before. 


Yesterday, during the day in Arras, a town in the far north-east of France, not far from Belgium, a 50-something teacher was allegedly set upon and stabbed leading to his death. By a 20 year old from a dubious immigrant family of radicalized Chechen background, with both the assailant and older brother well known to police and the intelligence services. Where have we heard it before that these attackers are always known to the authorities?

The family’s history made it a candidate for deportation back in February, 2014, but ‘left-wing’ immigration associations, and a leading centre-left globalist politician, Manuel Valls, prevented it from happening. This fact is of course a cause for outrage.

This Friday afternoon stabbing scenario of a teacher has been played out before, during the time of the Covid lockdowns. Friday, October 16, 2020 (ALMOST THREE YEARS TO THE DAY), a teacher called Samuel Paty was murdered in a suburb of Paris just as France was to go into lockdown the very next day. Saturated news coverage was of this horrific, distracting attack instead of legions of French having their fundamental freedoms violated. There have historically been many Allu Akbar attacks (think: Muslim immigrants who actually shout out this scripted phrase right at the moment of attack) on European soil, usually at the time preceding elections. A leading French politician even once made this observation publicly.

Paty and latest victim Dominique Bernard have the same look according to photographs.

So we now face yet another media fear campaign imposed on western populations regarding the alleged threats within our countries from outsiders (c’mon, this threat has been going on for a very long time with years of illegal immigration!), plus Hamas calling Friday the 13th a day of protest … and France obliges with yet another Allu Akbar stabbing. It’s just too made-to-measure. There was good cause to believe that the police shooting of a 17 year old (17) by the name of Nahel in late June was a set-up. Video footage of the event was too perfect, too slam-dunk in its ability to blame the police. ‘Mum’ was to quick on the trigger to go on social media the very next day calling for a revolution. At this point, we have no idea if Nahel or Dominique Bernard are real events. 

This is Zerohedge picking up the so-called threat for Americans —

US Cities On High Alert Amid Hamas’ ‘Day of Rage’ Threats


It seems the media are fibbing about the Allu Akbar cry —

Translation: A high school student in the final year says ‘he never shouted Alla Akbar’

This is the alleged attacker in a prepared video, with silly music playing in the background, trivializing the incident. Was it even real? We must ask that.

Translation: You suffered in Africa, we gave you asylum in Europe in exchange you must make us suffer. (Intelligence Service initials, profile S) Chechen Mogouchov …

Translation: The family of the Arras jihadist was never deported on the orders of Manuel Valls to the prefect Strodza, head of Macron’s office.

Translation: Tragedy: #Teacher killed in #Arras: The #Hamas attack and crimes in #Israel are the tree that hides the forest of hundreds of thousands of hateful Islamists ready to take up arms all over the #West against “miscreants”. The appeal made to Muslims by the former …

Translation: As for the story of the Chechen killer in Arras, most people will still fall for the incompetence of the authorities 🤦🏼‍♂️ As for the Covid scam…I think exactly the opposite. Incompetence has a nice ring to it!

Translation: The photo of Dominique Bernard, French teacher murdered today in Arras. And that of Samuel Paty. Two similar faces, two similar murders. Three years separate these two heinous crimes? What have we done with these three years?
Our thoughts are with their families. 


Teacher killed in stabbing attack at French school

The suspect, an ethnic Chechen and former student, has reportedly been detained


A teacher has been killed and two other people wounded in a stabbing attack at a French school. A 20-year-old ethnic Chechen has been arrested in connection with the incident on Friday, according to local media.

Teacher killed in stabbing attack at French school


The attack happened at the Gambetta high school in the city of Arras in northern France. Senior government officials, including President Emmanuel Macron, have traveled to the city following the incident.

The attacker reportedly shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as he targeted school employees at approximately 11am local time, according to French media. (ER: Fake news according to adolescent witnesses.) He was later identified as a 20-year-old former student, local media reported, citing police sources.

According to Le Figaro, the perpetrator is an ethnic Chechen who was previously flagged by law enforcement as a serious threat to national security. The suspect’s brother, who was not present at the scene of the attack, has reportedly also been detained. France’s National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor’s Office has been tasked with handling the case.

The deceased victim worked as a literature teacher, while another teacher and a guard were seriously injured, with the latter said to be in a critical condition, according to reports.

The stabbing attack comes three days before the anniversary of the 2020 murder of geography professor Samuel Paty in the Paris suburb of Eragny-sur-Oise. Paty was stabbed by an 18-year-old Russian immigrant of Chechen descent, who was later killed by police.

Paty’s killer had been radicalized into Islamist ideology and had sought to avenge perceived insults against his religion. He targeted Paty for his lessons on the controversy surrounding cartoons of Prophet Mohammed and the 2015 terrorist attack on the satirical journal Charlie Hebdo, which had reprinted them.




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