Brandon Martinez / Non-Aligned Media
A Jewish man named Israel Zamon predicted that terrorism would hit France on Bastille Day, warning his son not to attend celebrations.
Nice resident Damien Zamon told the Telegraph that he was going to participate in festivities the night of the July 14 truck attack, but decided not to go at the last minute after his father, Israel, warned that terrorists would strike.
The Telegraph report doesn’t explain how the father knew there would be an attack, other than to say that he “guessed” about it since there was no attack at the Euro Soccer Championship weeks earlier.
The incident somewhat echoes events in Paris from last November, where Jewish community leaders in France received a warning of an “impending large-scale terrorist attack” just prior to the shooting at the Bataclan theater. The tip-off most likely came from their contacts in Israel’s Mossad which has an “ear” for these sorts of things.
Many suspect that journalist Richard Gutjahr, who captured the beginnings of the Nice attack from a seaside hotel balcony, may have also possessed foreknowledge. His perfectly timed videography has led to much warranted speculation that he must have known something was coming in order to have his camera out just as the “action” began. Amazingly, Gutjahr also happened to be in town to witness the aftermath of the shooting at Olympia Mall in Munich, Germany, weeks later, where he made live tweets about the event, like he did in Nice.
Gutjahr is married to Einat Wilf, a former MK in Israel’s Knesset and member of Unit 8200 – a signals intelligence unit – in the Israeli military. Now she’s a full-time PR woman for the Zionist regime, acting as its de facto ambassador across Europe and North America where she attends events promoting Zionist exceptionalism to gullible Western audiences. Researcher Kevin Barrett has noted that Wilf is a “fellow” at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), a war-hawk neocon think tank based in Washington that is staffed from head to toe by Zionist extremists loyal to Benjamin Netanyahu.
In 2012 a WINEP member, Patrick Clawson, publicly called for the use of false-flag provocations to instigate a US attack on Iran.