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The False Flags of July 2016

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Pateo TV, Ep. 33

On Thursday, 2016 July 14, an alleged attacker at the wheel of a heavy truck allegedly plowed into crowds celebrating Bastille Day in the French city of Nice, killing allegedly 84 people and injuring scores more. The driver, identified by a police source as a 31-year-old Tunisian-born Frenchman named Mohamed Salmene Lahouaiej Bouhiel (born 1985 January 3), also appeared to open fire before officers shot him dead. Next, on Friday, 2016 July 22, allegedly nine young people were killed by a lone 18-year-old gunman at a McDonald’s attached to the Olympia shopping center in the German city of Munich at around 5:50 p.m. local time, after which he allegedly killed himself. The official story tries to tell us that the name of the alleged perpetrator was Ali David Sonboly, born on 1998 April 20 in Iran.

In Ep. 27 of Pateo TV, Johan Oldenkamp analyzed both false flag attacks of June 2016: first the alleged Orlando massacre of June 12 in Florida, USA, and next the alleged murder in Bristoll, West Yorkshire, UK, of a member of the British parliament. In this 33rd episode of Pateo TV, he is doing the very same for both false flag attacks of July 2016: first the alleged killer truck attack in Nice, France, and next the alleged shopping mall shooting in Munich, Germany:

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This revealing video was first banned by YouTube, and next also by Vimeo.

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