by Kevin Barrett, VT Editor
“Intelligence gap” widens.
Terror experts including the New York Times are all asking the same question: What can possibly explain the intelligence gaps revealed by the Charlie Hebdo shooting?
The Times puts it this way: “How did several jihadists — and possibly a larger cell of co-conspirators — manage to evade surveillance and execute a bold attack despite being well known to the country’s police and intelligence services?”
The obvious answer: When it comes to terrorism, there are huge, gaping holes in our intelligence.
French terror expert Gaston Grenouille explains: “How about (the claim by French police) that a highly-professional special-forces-type terrorist would just accidentally ‘forget’ his ID card in an abandoned getaway car? Anyone who believes that must have a rather large gap where their intelligence is supposed to be.”
“We’re not just talking ‘intelligence gap’,” adds Parisian intelligence analyst Dagobert DeMerdeur. “We’re talking about an intelligence chasm – a yawning void the size of the Grand Canyon between people’s ears. The depth, breadth, and utter vacuity of this ‘intelligence black hole’ is simply astonishing.”
Experts have also cited a notable intelligence gap separating those who know that 9/11 and other alleged Islamic terror attacks are inside jobs from those who have not yet figured it out. According to Michael Mensa of Mensa Standardized Testing and Pizza Delivery, IQ tests reveal an intelligence gap of roughly 60 points between the two groups.
Various hypotheses may explain the intelligence gap between skeptics and sheeple. According to Mensa these include:
*Sheeple eat 550% more GMO food than skeptics, and the nanotoxins may be destroying their brains.
*Skeptics avoid watching Fox News, which has been shown to emit pulsed bursts of frontal-lobe-disabling gamma radiation.
*Conspiracy theorizing has been shown to exercise key parts of the brain involved in cognition, including the neural circuits responsible for dot-connecting, inference-drawing, visualization, logic, and seeing what is right there in front of ones face.
As the audacity and obviousness of false flag terror stunts increases, experts say, the intelligence gap will continue to widen. If current trends continue, sheeple and skeptics may one day evolve into entirely different species.
“Can you imagine being married to a sheeple and having little half-sheeple children?” asks Kurvil McGurgle of the Institute of Applied Evolutionary Speculation. “The frisson of horror you undoubtedly felt when I asked you this question provides evidence that what we are seeing is the early stages of a new form of evolutionary divergence that will eventually leave non-‘conspiracy-theorists’ somewhere between the Neanderthal and the Dodo.”
Already in France, people who believe the official story of the Charlie Hebdo shootings are dying off as they wander across heavily-trafficked freeways, drown in their own toilets, and otherwise display a lack of ability to survive, much less breed. “At this rate, the ‘intelligence gap’ problem will solve itself in approximately 30 years,” McGurgle estimates. “The downside is that we may be in for several dozen more false flags, each more obvious than the last. But as the sheeple cluelessly wander off the edge of their evolutionary dead-end, we have reason to hope that they will leave a better world for our grandchildren.”
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He is the host of TRUTH JIHAD RADIO; a hard driving weekly radio show funded by listener donations at Patreon.com and FALSE FLAG WEEKLY NEWS (FFWN); an audio-video show produced by Tony Hall, Allan Reese, and Kevin himself. FFWN is funded through FundRazr.
He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS, and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin; where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.