Making money from false terrorism gives their game away

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” Israeli Alex Trajtenberg, insured Westgate Shopping Mall through UK’s Lloyd’s market for about Sh6.6 billion. According to the Business Daily of Kenya (27, Sept. 2013 article “Westgate insurer faces Sh6.6 billion compensation bill”), the insurance deal specifically included a cover against political violence where acts of terrorism fall.  

Mr. Trajtenberg declined to comment on the matter. Alas, another smoking gun very reminiscent of Larry Silverstein’s little murderous insurance fraud on 9/11. If you need any confirmation that this was a pre-planned false flag synthetic terror incident, it’s right here.

Keep in mind also, that the Westgate Mall was built by the Westfield Group in 2007. Now what you may not know, is that the Westfield Group was owned by Frank Lowy, who alongside Larry Silverstein made billions from the 9/11 synthetic terrorist attacks.”

2 thoughts on “Making money from false terrorism gives their game away

  1. One gets away with murder and fraud, the rest will follow.
    Yes siree, this is a cabal crime.
    Read on several sites this was another hoax.
    So how does one get paid for a hoax?

  2. “Now just because an Israeli company built the mall and an Israeli company owned the mall and Israel just happened to have a special forces unit nearby and some of the weapons were snuck into the back door of that Israeli owned mall doesn’t mean anything, right?

    Now get back to watching Miley Cyrus videos and checking up on Kim K.”

    P.S. Trying to find legit links that show Frank Lowy’s Westfield Group built that Nairobi Mall is almost impossible.
    I’ve only found blogs that claim that is what happened, none that have verifiable info.

    Like this blog, who claims to have 2 different links showing that, but both links go back to the same page that only speculates that Lowy’s group built that mall.

    I found this in a forum from 2011:

    Westgate mall was built by The Westfield group in 2007:

    That might be true, but we can’t use conjecture and wishes to make something come true, not in this fight, the stakes are too high.

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