After being the only ‘non-aligned’ media disseminating Zionist CBN and Britain First’s propaganda of the clash of civilisations, as documented in the previous video, we now see Brandon Martinez switching from a false-flag/let-it-happen interpretation of some major terror events to them being the doing of blood-thirsty migrants.
This is exemplified in his before and after positions vis-a-vis the attack in the Bataclan concert hall which was allegedly committed by the Abdeslam brothers (who were not migrants by the way).
The same is demonstrable by contrasting his previous takes on the beheading of the French priest and the truck attack in Nice, against his later affirmations in the video below these screenshots:
Likewise, months later Brandon Martinez shifts the blame towards the migrants (note: the alleged terrorists were not migrants but almost all French nationals with French passports who could freely go in and out of France).
This can be seen in this video of Martinez, which I saved before he deleted it from his Youtube channel:
Also, in a piece where he rushed to use DailyMail fake news about a Muslim committing a terror attack in a Spanish supermarket, Martinez seems to attack in very strong terms those who are skeptical of the reporting.
Thus, not only does Martinez’s Non-Aligned Media show poor, biased sourcing but also a consistent pattern in pushing the narrative of migrant/Muslim terror and in attacking those not yet up-to-date with his new take on terror events.
The significance of this is that after having people go to Western countries through legal, illegal and mass immigration, the next step to engendering the clash of civilisations is by demonising them with propaganda like CBN’s and Britain First’s agents provocateurs. Better yet, ascribe to them false flag terrorism and attack those who are skeptical of the accusations against them.
Ain’t that right, Brandon?
Brandon Martinez has responded to this exposé of his flip-flopping and disinfo with a barrage of tweets the least impertinent of which attempts to rationalise the shifts in his positions with: “I quickly corrected my previous inferences about the Paris attacks when the beheading video came out”.
This is not true. In fact, two months after Martinez published the post that he claims amended his hasty conclusions, he was still characterising the attacks as staged comedy in which patsies were used. See the dates in the screenshots below:
Zero consistency, zero credibility. Q.E.D.
Addendum: You may also like to check the Twitter threads in which Martinez was confronted (click on the dates of the Tweets):