Regarding the recent terror attack in Paris, the term "false flag" has finally made it into respectable mainstream discourse, via a senior official in the German government. According to the Huffington Post, "In Germany, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere told reporters in Berlin that a Syrian passport found with one of the Paris attackers with the name Ahmad al Mohammad may have been a false flag intended to make Europeans fearful of refugees. (Just as I said.) The passport showed registrations in Greece, Serbia and Croatia, which he described as 'unusual.'" The publishing of this statement also marks the first time I know of that the concept of a false flag operation has been discussed in a mainstream media outlet in anything other than a dismissive tone.
So if elements of the German government are now admitting that the perpetrators may not be the agents named by the French government in the first minutes after the attack, why is France still extremely hot on bombing Syria and taking over the Sahel in West Africa? I can't give a definite answer, but I want to point out that there is oil there - and China has already established a presence in Chad, where the Sahel is located. There are also other minerals there. Something to think about as stressed people watch the remains of their counrtries' resources seized and their infrastructure destroyed to feed Western rage. Pray that some of these may be able to find a good night's sleep.