Europe appears to be marching towards a militarised concentration camp as martial law has been imposed in both France and Brussels in the last few days.
Citing the threat of “terrorist threats”, authorities are clamping down on security, amid sweeping Orwellian curfews being announced across large parts of Europe.
As one Veterans Today reporter noted, “Brussels has become a ghost town. The streets are empty and everything is closed. I am afraid to venture outdoors to buy bread.”
Meanwhile, the French Parliament has voted to extend the nation’s state of emergency for three months. (Note: The date 9/11, with its three digits 9-1-1, the emergency call number, was chosen to represent the permanent Global State of Emergency it inaugurated.)
Though hundreds of people have been detained without charges, it is safe to assume that the real orchestrators of the Friday the 13th massacre in Paris – the heads of Operation Gladio B – are not only still walking around free, but are actually in charge of the transformation of their countries into militarized concentration camps.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced that his government has deployed 10,000 military troops and another 100,000 gendarmes to enforce the nationwide state of emergency.
The “shelter in place” crackdown on Brussels is reminiscent of the lockdown of Boston, Massachusetts after the false flag Boston Marathon bombing. Such declarations of martial law are designed to trigger fear and hysteria and prevent the population from learning the truth: That it is their own rulers, not “foreign terrorists,” who stage the very carnage from which they so richly benefit.
The declaration of martial law in the European capital, Brussels, as well as the state of emergency in France, were designed to prevent Europeans from learning about stories such as the following:
“This is almost turning into a farce, albeit a tragic one: since 9/11 there has been one single terrorist attack in which the authors, who are supposed to try and remain unidentified, have not somehow left ID documents behind. For sociologist Jean-Claude Paye, what might look like repetitive asininity must be interpreted as a rhetorical device used by those in power to achieve sideration. It is because the official version is absurd that we may not, must not question it.”