Words fails us. Well, not really. Here are some words. BS, Farce, Con job, Sham, Travesty, Mockery. We could go on, but those should suffice for now to describe the official narrative around the Brussels bombings last week.
Suicide bombers, they told us, were behind the blasts in the airport and metro station. Yet a preponderance of lower leg injuries at both sites argued strongly for bombs that were placed on the floor, not attached to the chest of some wild-eyed jihadi of the type that appears only in the best wet dreams of NATO officials.
But we have proof! Don’t we? Video evidence even! We all saw the footage of the bombers as they nonchalantly pushed their baggage carts through the airport just before detonating their ‘vests’ and considerately leaving a few behind in a trash can for good measure (and authorities’ ease in establishing a narrative from the get-go). Three guys, two dressed in black and a third with a hat, glasses and white coat. That’s them! Those two in black, they suicide bombed themselves and the third one got cold feet at the last minute and put his bomb in a suitcase and took off. The ‘authorities’ later found him and arrested him, they’ll certainly make him spill the beans. Right?
Not really. Yes, the abortive suicide bomber was found and arrested, but today he was released due to a complete lack of evidence against him. That is to say, there is nothing, not one shred of evidence, to suggest that he was anything other than that which he claims to be: a freelance journalist called Faycal Cheffou. And you know what that means, right? It means the other two “bombers” in the video along with Cheffou probably had nothing to do with the bombing either.
In short, there were no ‘Muslim suicide bombers’ in Brussels last week. What happened was that bombs exploded in the airport and metro station. The bombs were placed there by persons unknown, and for the last 6 days the public has been subjected to a barrage of BS as authorities desperately attempt to find useful idiots to fit into their bogus narrative designed to instil fear and insecurity among the ordinary people of Europe and the world.