False Flag Islamophobia Conference: Live Stream from Paris


La Conférence des Refusés!
Exposing the Friday the 13th Black Op in the City of Light. Usher in a New Siècle des Lumières by Illuminating the Lies and Crimes of the Friday the 13th ISIS Deception.

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Are false flag attacks – attributed to Muslims, actually committed by the enemies of Muslims – a major factor behind the spread of Islamophobia?
Is “Islamic State” a real Muslim group – or a false-flag group created, armed and deployed AGAINST Muslims by the enemies of Islam?

Who was really behind the recent terror attacks in Paris? (Check the links at the bottom of this article for clues.)

These are among the questions to be considered at the False Flag Islamophobia Conference to be held in Paris, France, 6 to 10 pm Paris time on December 12th, 2015, the eve of the one-month anniversary of the Friday the 13th attacks.

This conference, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Sifting and Winnowing Club and False Flag Weekly News, is a response to censorship by the Islamophobia and Eroding Civil Society Conference committee, which has retroactively rejected Dr. Kevin Barrett’s previously-accepted paper proposal on purely political grounds.

The False Flag Islamophobia conference will be hosted by Professor Tony Hall and Dr. Kevin Barrett, and will feature contributors to the two books questioning both 2015 Paris attacks: We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11 and the forthcoming ANOTHER French False Flag? Free Thinkers Question the 11/13 Paris Attacks.

False Flag Islamophobia Conference schedule
(Paris Time/US Eastern Time/Pacific Time)

18h-18h30 Paris (noon-12:30pm Eastern) (9-9:30am Pacific) Prof. Tony Hall and Kevin Barrett Introduce Conference

18h30-19h Paris (12:30-1pm Eastern) (9:30-10am Pacific) James Tracy

19h-19h30 (1-1:30pm Eastern) (10-10:30am Pacific) Catherine Shakdam

19h30-20h (1:30-2pm Eastern) (10:30-11am Pacific) Patrick Henningsen

20h-20h30 (2-2:30pm Eastern) (11-11:30am Pacific) Imran Hosein

20h30-21h (2:30-3pm Eastern) (11:30am-noon Pacific) Robert David Steele

21h-21h30 (3-3:30pm Eastern) (noon-12:30pm Pacific) Scott Bennett

21h30-21h45h: (3:30-3:45pm Eastern) (12:30pm-12:45pm Pacific) Brandon Martinez

21h45-22h (3:45-4pm Eastern) (12:45-1pm Pacific) Summary

About the Participants

Prof. Tony Hall is the author of many publications including the two volume Bowl with One Spoon. Volume One (The American Empire and the Fourth World) won the Alberta book award in 2004 as the best non-fiction text by an Alberta author. Volume 2 (Earth into Property) was selected by The Independent in the UK as one of the best English-language history books in the world published in 2010.

Kevin Barrett is a former university teacher of Arabic, Islamic Studies, Literature, and Humanities. He is an author, talk radio host, nonprofit organizer, and Editor at Veterans Today, and is a pundit on a number of international channels. He is the editor of We Are NOT Charlie Hebdo: Free Thinkers Question the French 9/11 and the forthcoming ANOTHER French False Flag? Free Thinkers Question the 11/13 Paris Attacks.

James Tracy is a ———- of Communication at an American ———-. He runs the popular Memory Hole Blog.

Catherine Shakdam is a political analyst, writer and commentator for the Middle East with a special focus on radical movements and Yemen. Her writings are featured on RT, MintPress, Epic Times, Mehr News, The Foreign Policy Journal, The Age Of Reflection and many others. She hosts a weekly podcast: Breaking Point at Epic Times. The Director of Programs at the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, Catherine is also the co-founder and director of Veritas Consulting, and the author of Arabia’s Rising – Under The Banner Of The First Imam.

Patrick Henningsen of is a writer, investigative journalist, and filmmaker and founder of the news website 21st Century Wire. He appears frequently on RT news and has also written for the Guardian.co.uk, GlobalResearch.ca, and Infowars.com.

Imran Hosein is one of the world’s most influential Islamic scholars, and is widely considered the most prominent Muslim eschatologist. He has held posts including Director of Islamic Studies for the Joint Committee of Muslim Organizations of Greater New York, and led the weekly Juma’ah prayers and delivered the sermon at the United Nations headquarters in Manhattan once a month for ten years continuously. He is the author of many books on topics related to Islam and current events.

Robert David Steele is a former CIA Clandestine Services Officer. He ran for President in the Reform Party in 2012, and is currently seeking the Libertarian nomination for President in the 2016 elections. One of the world’s leading advocates of open source intelligence, Steele is the pro bono Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Earth Intelligence Network, a 501c3 devoted to teaching holistic analytics, true cost economics, and open source everything engineering (OSEE).

Scott Bennett is a former US Army Intelligence Officer and counter-terrorism specialist.
He has developed and managed psychological warfare theories, products, and operations for U.S. Special Operations Command, U.S. Central Command, the State Department Coordinator for Counterterrorism, and other government agencies. He served in the G.W. Bush Administration from 2003 to 2008, and was a Social Science Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation. Since 2010 Scott has filed numerous military-government whistle-blowing reports with Congressional Committees, including: the Intelligence, the Armed Services, the Government Oversight and Reform, the Homeland Security, the Judiciary, the Foreign Affairs, the Banking, and the Terrorism Committees.

Brandon Martinez is an independent writer and journalist from Canada who specializes in foreign policy issues, international affairs and 20th and 21st century history. His articles and analysis have appeared on Press TV, Veterans News Now, Media With Conscience News, Whatsupic, Intifada Palestine, Information Clearing House, What Really Happened, and other alternative media outlets. He is the co-founder of Non-Aligned Media and the author of the 2014 book Grand Deceptions: Zionist Intrigue in the 20th and 21st Centuries and the new The ISIS Conspiracy: How Israel and the West Manipulate Our Minds Through Fear.

27 thoughts on “False Flag Islamophobia Conference: Live Stream from Paris”

  1. it is really encouraging to see an international response crystalizing against the War on Terror. This will be necessary as US power becomes more despotic and terroristic, and unauthorized truth is increasingly repressed.

  2. You were great, James – always such a pleasure to listen to your views (almost enough to make me wish I were back in college…Almost 😉

    I really enjoyed each presenter – was particularly impressed with Catherine Shakdam and Imram Hosein as I’ve not heard them before. It was well worth the time, and a blessed break from the usual drabble.

    Let’s hope these voice are spread far and wide –

  3. Great presentations from all. Now lets see if we could have this conference repeated next year in Washington,DC. Maybe at Georgetown U or American U.
    And kudos to UWM for sponsoring this event. Love my cheese-heads..

  4. How weird that CNN was running an extended Sandy Hook piece on the television behind Patrick Henningsen during his segment.

    1. Nice catch Toni. Patrick regularly comments on what US MSM is pushing, so having CNN on was no surprise. It starts at just after the 1:42 mark in the vid. (That would be 1 hour and 42 minutes).

      What an interesting ‘coincidence…’

  5. Thanks for the great presentation. It was informative and it is always good to see others who know the real story.

    It should come as no surprise to anyone that the response to our questions is to marginalize us. There is certainly a danger there.

    Their lies cannot stand the light of the truth. Just like in so much of today’s world, those who refuse to be manipulated will not be heard.

    Imagine, staging a conference to discuss Islamic issues in the world today and refusing to allow anyone who has “unapproved” insights to contribute. That’s not a conference, its an advertisement.

    On and on it goes. This fascist agenda illuminated by the PNAC documents and in other sources continues to advance. Endless war as the springboard for control and profit.

    There is no way for this story to have a happy ending.

    1. I concur. Really interesting and helpful to hear from voices other than the US. Different nationalities, religions, cultures.

      As for ANY former CIA, US Intelligence, DoD people. I hold them all at arms length. Actually at the very ends of my fingers. It would take years for me to be convinced they are not still part of the club.

      “Once CIA always CIA…”

      As for Bennett’s Powerpoint. Don’t open without your Macros turned OFF. It should have been a PDF file.

  6. One of the things I liked in the conference was the advice that Patrick Henningsen and the Irish guy with the impossible name had to offer about the use of language in breaking down the political constructs that comprise the current consensus reality.

    They talked about how literary devices like hyperbole and the suspension of disbelief are employed to reinforce these constructed narratives.

    Then the Irish guy said, “In a way, fiction has overtaken reality. We live in a world where, in order to understand reality, you need to understand literature. You need to actually understand how to read a text… Literature is the science of our time because the fictional world has overtaken the real world.”

    In other words, all the tools of literacy, from grammar and structure, to the most lofty of literary criticisms, need to be applied to the “texts” of these false flag events, in order to extract the many meanings of the constructed narrative, and ultimately disrupt them and take down the consensus reality.

    The task is one of re-imagination. As Henningsen answered, “We do need artists, we do need people who are skilled in literature to reform the discourse, to reshape, to come up with new terms, to come up with new ways to describe the situation.”

    I think “Literature is the science of our time” is one of the new ways to describe the situation.

  7. Fantastic – thank you for posting this and for participating, Dr. Tracy. Yes, it is true that we are now a society governed by imagery, and pretty much only the imagery that the MSM projects. The photos we see are almost all Photoshopped (look closely at your newspaper and you will realize this), and the interviews are all green screen (fuzzy outlines, disappearing noses, and the like).

    I watched hours and hours of CNN’s coverage of the Paris attacks, and every single interview was green screen, done in a studio. After I realized this, I began to study these interviews intently. I decided that the participants (Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour, et al.) were able to see themselves projected in front of the dropped-in background, since they periodically gestured behind them when referring to the landmarks, people, etc., before which which they were allegedly standing.

    In some cases, (unseen) assistants directed fans toward the newscasters to make it look like they were actually outside in the windy Paris air. In one instance, the woman reading the teleprompter was visibly annoyed, trying to hold her hair down as the fan blew it into a mess. Of course they were all wearing winter jackets and wool scarves – hope they had an air conditioned studio.

    Too bad more people don’t understand this. That’s the power of imagery – most just assume that all of it is real.

    1. Apropos of “Islamophobia”: today’s New York Times features a big article starting on the first page of the Sunday Review section entitled: “The Rise of Hate Search: What We Type into Google Gives Us a Glimpse of Our Darkest Impulses”:


      The huge featured graphic shows a lit match, with “are all Muslims terrorists?” written on the stick. In the first sentence of the text, we see that this question is tied into the “massacre in San Bernardino.”

      As usual, and in line with Obama’s protestations, the article purports to deny that Muslims are a threat, while at the same time reinforcing the idea that they are.

      The authors have done a study, cataloging all the hatred of Muslims that can be discerned from questions typed into Google searches, promoting the idea that Muslims are a problem for “us” – all of “us” who are not Muslims as well as those who are. At least “we” think they are a problem – and so they must be.

      According to the article, “The top Google search with the word ‘Muslims’ in it was ‘kill Muslims’.” Couple this with the idea that our Google searches are being monitored by subject, and you have a fear-propaganda coup.

      1. speaking of monitoring:

        “Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign is using psychological data based on research spanning tens of millions of Facebook users, harvested largely without their permission, to boost his surging White House run and gain an edge over Donald Trump and other Republican rivals, the Guardian can reveal.

        A little-known data company, now embedded within Cruz’s campaign and indirectly financed by his primary billionaire benefactor, paid researchers at Cambridge University to gather detailed psychological profiles about the US electorate using a massive pool of mainly unwitting US Facebook users built with an online survey.

        As part of an aggressive new voter-targeting operation, Cambridge Analytica – financially supported by reclusive hedge fund magnate and leading Republican donor Robert Mercer – is now using so-called “psychographic profiles” of US citizens in order to help win Cruz votes, despite earlier concerns and red flags from potential survey-takers.

        Documents seen by the Guardian have uncovered longstanding ethical and privacy issues about the way academics hoovered up personal data by accessing a vast set of US Facebook profiles, in order to build sophisticated models of users’ personalities without their knowledge.


      2. We (society) are being brainwashed.

        I have long been uncomfortable with the Right’s anti-Muslim rhetoric (even if I understand the feelings). It just feels so much like how I imagine anti-Jewish rhetoric was supposed to have sounded like. And I can too easily imagine the tables being turned against, say, Mormons (don’t laugh, it’s happened before, though on a lesser scale).

        We’re being fed messages. Yet my own reality doesn’t support those messages.

        Whether or not some Muslims want to kill us, doesn’t mean they’re not being used as pawns.

        This isn’t going any place good (until it ends, that is).

  8. “Islamophobia is Creating a Global Police State” over at Veteran’s Today is Kevin Barrett’s accounting of the Islamophobia and Eroding Civil Society conference to which he was disinvited, but attended anyway.

    It makes an edifying addition to the False Flag Islamophobia Conference, which was inspired by Barrett’s experience.


    Original caption: “Tony and Kevin block your view of the Louvre”

    He’s an amusing writer.

    1. thanks for the link, Toni. I naively assumed that repression was much worse in the USA than in Europe, but I see that isn’t true.

  9. Palease, he appears regularly on rt and writes for the guardian, that means he’s them, wake up you don’t get on the jew box unless you’re in, like having the truth controlled for ya, henningsen, wow, yeah its always good to have the snowjob guardian and the rt dimwits talkin fer ya, ya need to hit harder, these guys are not in the fight, their managing the outcome, huge difference, wonder what their agenda could be, another possible Snowden job, well I’m sure we will have to wait and see, they are just to feckin slick, surely they will get to the truth, not

  10. More censoring friend, wow awesome, want to be heard, not at mhb, not any more, oh in time I know, always good to guide the conversation, what a joke, by the way pee po, rt is not different than Cnn, ya silly bastards, the guardian, please, are you guys for real, hey Tracy, post my comment tomorrow somewhere in the thread with those you deem hostile,nice

    1. You’re totally right about RT: just follow the money.

      There might be nuggets of truth, but only when that truth aligns with a particular agenda. If any one of those “truth tellers” at RT (or wherever) tried to tell the truth that ran counter to the appropriate narrative, I suspect they’d fast find themselves out of a job.

  11. I enjoyed Tracy’s segment analyzing Charlie Hebdo and the Paris recent drill. The French spokesmen really revealed themselves as the charlatans that they are.
    Catherine Shakdam conveyed that Muslims have a great sense of religious identity first and that is why they are at odds with the rest of the world? That made me laugh. Why not just say Islam never had a reform movement in its history?

  12. After this remarkable and extremely important effort to reveal the truth, a compilation of unanswered questions related to false flag events beginning from September 11, 2001 to San Bernardino, asked from the perspective of an attorney questioning a witness under oath on the stand, published as an article under the title “Unanswered Terror Event Questions”, “Essential False Flag Questions” or such, could very possibly finally and forever break the trance and positively transform life on this Earth.

  13. Gearoid O’Colmain was in attendance for the majority of the conference. He should be shown on the list.

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