Firstly, let me say that I do not claim to understand what the siege in Martin Place, central Sydney was all about because it’s too early, in my view, to make that call; but I will say that, given history, I am sceptical that the mainstream story we are being fed is accurate. So, I’m sharing a couple of alternative perspectives here with you.
Firstly, this article from Global Research brings quite a lot of background information on this man and his activities. For example:
He fled Iran in 1996 for unknown reasons, claiming in a 2001 Australian ABC interview that he was formerly of Iran’s “Ministry of Intelligence and Security.” He claimed in the same interview to have been in contact with the UN about “secret information” he had regarding the Iranian government.
ABC itself introduced Boroujerdi/Monis/Manteghi as follows:
People in Sydney walking past the State Parliament buildings on Macquarie Street in recent weeks might have noticed a tall Muslim cleric who has taken up residence in a tent on the footpath outside. He is Ayatollah Manteghi Boroujerdi, a liberal cleric who fled Iran four years ago after being very critical of the Iranian regime. Ayatollah Boroujerdi’s wife and two daughters are now under house arrest in Iran, and he’s hoping the Howard government will put pressure on the regime there to let his family join him here in Australia.
You may like to read this article. Clearly there is more to this individual than the image coming across in the mainstream media.
Then there is this article:
The whole scene was filmed — in a theatrical sense — and broadcast across the globe, although the viewer never sees anything but police and hears nothing but loud bangs, nearly exact to the video provided to Canadians of the Zehaf-Bibeau shooting in Canada’s parliament, which has been proven a false flag thoroughly. In fact, Australia’s Parliament is about the same distance from the Lindt Cafe as Canada’s Parliament is from the War Monument in downtown Ottawa (I don’t believe this is accurate – Richard).
Unlike Canada’s attack, which was somehow filmed in it’s entirety, minus the actual shootings, in Sydney’s case, just by chance, or maybe not so much, Haron couldn’t have picked a better spot for Australia’s first bout with lone wolf Islamic terrorism, as Channel Seven News is conveniently located across the walkway from the cafe. They were able to film the 16 hour event to syndicate their footage the world over from the comfort of their own building.
Also a very interesting twist, in 2013 an anti-terror drill was run by authorities in Martin Place, the exact location this scenario played out in “real life.” Yesterday we posted an article with a video from dutchsinse of an Aussie news report with footage of that drill, but within only hours it has already been taken down by YouTube.
Even more questionable than last years’ drills, and almost putting the nail in the coffin that this is in fact a false flag being reported as a real event, as reported on Channel Seven News — the network across from the cafe — terrorism drills and raids were being practiced at Martin Place right before the hostage situation was reported to the public. Police have stated the two situations aren’t connected.
The phenomenon of drills preceding a live event is a widespread aspect of false flag events, going at least back to 9/11.
There is little doubt the terrorist mantra is being tweaked up in the “five eyes” countries at least, justifying a range of draconian legislative measures. My immediate reaction on hearing of this siege is that it fitted “nicely” into this picture, but let’s see how the pieces fit together over the next couple of weeks and beyond.