Xavier Jugelé, 37, a policeman who had been deployed in the 2015 Bataclan attack, was killed in the shooting.
Karim Cheurfi... Xavier Jugelé...
M.N.: Putin's "Surprises": USA - October 2016, France - April 2017; who is next?
Karim Cheurfi | News
Interpretation: key word - code "tell name": Karim Cheurfi:
Karim Che - u - rfi (?): Oh, The Generous One, Che - What (other kind of) RFI do "U" want (?)
Ex- a - via, Juge - Judge le - ли (?): "Are you a judge, the dead one?"
Other and additional interpretations are also possible.
M.N.: If this understanding and the interpretations of the hypothetical "messages" are at least partially correct, it means that the various combined databases of the digital information on the police officers and the criminals (in the US and Europe) are available and used by the organizers as a tool in arranging these acts.
This hypothesis is amply confirmed by the previous patterns of attacks on the police worldwide.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Request_for_informationA request for information (RFI) is a standard business process whose purpose is to collect written information about the capabilities of various suppliers.
Raw Story-1 hour ago
The French elections are the latest front in what is likely to be a conflict for years ... of the French Institute of International Relations, a think tank in Paris. .... A policeman stands guard in front of TV5 Monde headquarters in Paris ...
"A policeman stands guard in front of TV5 Monde headquarters in Paris after suspected Russian hackers seized control of the television network in 2015. (Christophe Ena/AP Photo)
Definitive proof of Russian state involvement is elusive, however. Experts say the Kremlin’s 21st century approach to what the Soviets once called “active measures,” combines cyber-operations with the overt continuum of fake news, internet “trolling,” and state-controlled media.
The strategy emerged in response to the anti-Kremlin “color revolutions” of the early 2000s, when throngs of ordinary citizens took to the streets to demand the ouster of Moscow-backed leaders in Ukraine and Georgia, experts say. Russian leaders believed the United States was using “soft power” means, such as the media and diplomacy, to cause trouble in Russia’s domain. The Russians decided to develop a comparable capacity. But the result wasn’t soft very long, especially as the Kremlin became concerned that events such as the Arab Spring could spark unrest in Russia, experts say.
“The logic of influence and projection overseas was replaced by the concept of ‘confrontation with the West’ and the image of a ‘besieged fortress,’” wrote Céline Marangé of France’s Institute for Strategic Research at the Military Academy, in a study this year. “Without completely disappearing, the notion of soft power has been eclipsed by that of “information war,” whose acceptance is literal and extensive in Russia. In Russian defense and security circles … and in numerous prime-time television debates, there is an almost unanimous thesis: a worldwide ‘information war’ at the global level pits Russia, like the... "
Trump: Paris attack will have ‘big effect’ on French election https://t.co/VMNeJKV9XX— The Times of Israel (@TimesofIsrael) April 21, 2017
Mike Nova's Shared NewsLinks Review | Mike Nova on Twitter | Tweets in this blog