Gov Official Admits To Hiding Terror Threat Details From Public – How Many Died Needlessly In Paris? How Many Will Die In The U.S. Because Of Government Secrecy?

Thursday, November 19, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Susan Duclos
All News PipeLine
November 18, 2015

Yesterday I read something and no matter what I wrote, researched, or did today, the AP article at Yahoo News nagged at me because it clearly shows the arrogance of government leaders across the globe as well as the fact that they withhold vital information about potential terror attacks that could very well save lives.

The quote came from Germany’s Federal Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere after the friendly soccer game between Germany and the Netherlands was canceled 90 minutes before kickoff on Tuesday due to the suspected threat of a bomb at the stadium, where he refused to answer specific questions about the nature of the threat that led to the cancellation of the game, citing the need to protect the source, but going on to state, and I quote “part of these answers would upset the population.”

What gives elected governments the right to hide information from the public that elects them? What makes them arrogant enough to think that the very people that put them wish to be protected from the truth that could save their lives, for fear of being “upset?”

As was reported by ANP previously, France also had been previously warned that there was credible intelligence indicating ISIS had targeted them for attacks before the Friday the 13th attacks in seven locations that killed over 120 people.

Did France warn the populace when they received these warnings from Iraq intelligence sources?

If they had warned their citizens, how many of the victims that tragically died that night would have taken those warnings to heart and not attended the game at the Stade de France?

How many of the 89 victims that died at the Bataclan theatre would not have attended had they known Paris had been targeted by ISIS?

How many would not have been at the on the rue Bichat and the rue Aliber where attackers shot at people outside Le Carillon, a café and bar, before crossing the rue Bichat and shooting people inside the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge?

How many would not have been at Rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi where a man with a machine gun fired shots outside Café Bonne Bière, close to the Italian restaurant La Casa Nostra, on the rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi south of the rue Bichat where 5 people were killed according to prosecutors and eight were injured?

How many would not have been at Rue de Charonne where two attackers fired shots for several minutes at the outdoor terrace of the restaurant La Belle Équipe on the rue de Charonne in the 11th arrondissement killing 19 people and leaving nine in critical condition? (Source – November 2015 Paris attacks)

Make no mistake, the responsibility for the attacks is on ISIS that claimed it and the attackers….. but French officials should answer for the fact that they did not warn their people of the threat. So sure they could prevent it, and probably like the German official quoted above, believed appropriate warnings would have “upset” their citizens, the didn’t even give those citizens the choice….. Isn’t it better to be upset and alive than left in ignorance of the threat and dead?

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