Sydney Siege

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Sydney Siege hostage crisis
1st Boston Marathon blast seen from 2nd floor and a half block away
Type 1 Bombing
Type 2 HRDPR
Year 2014
Date 12/14 - 12/15
Place Sydney, Australia
Numbers [[]]
(italic is official story)
Man Haron Monis
Linked to
9/11 Muslim scare
Fakeologist [ab 1]
Cluesforum [CF 1]

The Sydney hostage crisis was a NDNGH psyop that was conducted in Sydney, Australia on December 14-15, 2014.

Official story

The 2014 Sydney hostage crisis, also known as the Sydney siege and Lindt Cafe siege, occurred on 15–16 December 2014 when a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, held hostage ten customers and eight employees of a Lindt chocolate café located at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia. Police treated the event as a terrorist attack at the time, but Monis' motives have subsequently been debated. The Sydney siege led to a 16-hour standoff, after which a gunshot was heard from inside and police officers from the Tactical Operations Unit stormed the café. Hostage Tori Johnson was killed by Monis and hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by a police bullet ricochet in the subsequent raid. Monis was also killed. Three other hostages and a police officer were injured by police gunfire during the raid. Police have been criticised over their handling of the siege for not taking proactive action earlier, for the deaths of hostages at the end of the siege, and for the lack of negotiation during the siege. Hostage Marcia Mikhael called radio station 2GB during the siege and said "They have not negotiated, they've done nothing. They have left us here to die."

Early on, hostages were seen holding an Islamic black flag up against the window of the café, featuring the shahādah creed. Initially, some media organisations mistook it for the flag used by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL); Monis later demanded that an ISIL flag be brought to him.[10][20][21] Monis also unsuccessfully demanded to speak to the Prime Minister of Australia, Tony Abbott, live on radio. Monis was described by Abbott as having indicated a "political motivation" but the eventual assessment was that the gunman was "a very unusual case—a rare mix of extremism, mental health problems and plain criminality".

Analysis by Xilefilex

Following a revelation on discord…

   exoteric64 – Yesterday at 14:18
   The sydney ” hoax “ lindt chocolate was a bit real as i know the friends of the family that lost their only child and i m going to say it happened and it was a police bullet that killed them
   As the autopsy said
   It was a psy op but with casualties
   exoteric64 – Yesterday at 23:51
   Katrina dawson @fakeologist
   The whole operation was farcical – i ve been on about this alot online and was proved correct when they virtually admitted that both tori and katrina were killed by friendly fire- i know a cop involved too he is defensive of the tactics – they had a rediculous amount of cops for one psychotic lunatic that had hundreds of convictions of the highest order – no doubt driven in there and encouraged so this terror op could take place – one cop could have gone in and neutralised him
   Even his name was a psy op the evil “ man”
   monis “ two words that mean the same man and mon and the fav “
   I s “
   The people i know dine with the parents alot – they are badly affected by this

Hmmmm too much friend-of-a-friending for my liking.

Let’s get stuck into the hoax management

The official BS story for reference

Tactical Operations Unit stormed the café. Hostage Tori Johnson was killed by Monis and hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by a police bullet ricochet in the subsequent raid. Monis was also killed. Three other hostages and a police officer were injured by police gunfire during the raid

Seem likely? No? How are things progressing?

NSW Bar President @NSWBarPresident The Governor-General has awarded an Australian Bravery Award to the late Katrina Dawson. Katrina was one of our best and brightest barristers at @NSWBar. Katrina is missed. 11:07 pm – 2 Apr 2018 [PST]

7 News Sydney @7NewsSydney Rest in peace Katrina Dawson. Rest in peace Tori Johnson. On this day in 2014, customers and workers were taken hostage inside the Lindt Cafe in Sydney’s Martin Place. @PaulKadak #SydneySiege #7News Lindt Cafe siege There was an emotional return to the cafe this morning, we’ll show you the pictures on @Channel7? at 6pm. 8:00 pm – 14 Dec 2017 [PST] [family of Katrina Dawson at start of video – 3rd anniversary, unveiling of memorial] Another great Diana day for florists. featuring potato lens resolution images of the two “Victims”

   Ms Dawson, a mother-of-three and one of the outstanding barristers of her generation, had displayed “considerable bravery” during the siege, the Governor-General said.
   Throughout the siege, Ms Dawson had remained calm and composed when interacting with the gunman and carrying out his demands, the citation said.
   “At one point it appeared that the offender indicated that Ms Dawson could leave the cafe, however without consideration for her own safety she appealed to and bargained with the offender to also release another hostage. **
   “When he refused, Ms Dawson continued to provide genuine support to other hostages throughout the ordeal.”
   The “other hostage” to which the citation refers is fellow barrister Stefan Balafoutis, who was sitting with Ms Dawson and another friend Julie Taylor, at the beginning of the siege.
   Ms Taylor has told how she and Ms Dawson were preparing to exit the cafe when Monis told them they could leave, but that the gunman seemed to change his mind when Ms Dawson asked if Mr Balafoutis could come as well.
    • the frequent, selfless, heroic message in psy-ops – “don’t shoot him, shoot me” for example, used in the Jo Cox “murder” psy-op

How did Ms Taylor escape? video in the above link of a “survivor”

After receiving lifesaving treatment for shrapnel wounds suffered during the breaking of the siege, Louisa Hope says she has found her “happy place” raising funds for nurses. I’m feeling happy and well in my heart…focussed on the future..”

Louisa with Mick Fuller, police officer in charge of the drill.

and the drill like image of Louisa in 2014 with “shrapnel wounds”


Louisa is alleged to suffer from multiple sclerosis WHEN the door lock inside the Lindt Chocolat Cafe was smashed and some of the hostages ran for their lives, Louisa Hope could not go too. Even if she wanted to risk it, she couldn’t. She didn’t have the energy needed. Stricken by multiple sclerosis and requiring a walking stick to get around, the 50-year-old hostage had to bide her time, her physical condition compounded by her sheer exhaustion from the humiliating role the gunman forced her to perform. The 50-year-old was his human shield, dragged with the gunman every time he moved his position. source> December 18 2014

The official story, as told by the Daily Mail Louisa Hope, 50, originally from Moruya on the far south coast of New South Wales, and her 74-year-old mother, Robyn, were having coffee at the Lindt Cafe

an interesting use of an ex-husband occurs for the telling of the official narative… The ex-husband and close friend of Ms Hope, who preferred to go by the name Tony V, told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday morning his former partner was injured during the last moments of the siege.

‘He’d used her for a human shield for most of the time that she was in there,’ the ex-husband, who used to live in Bondi but now runs a restaurant in South Yorkshire in the United Kingdom, said.

OH!! ‘Some rustling noises had woke [Monis] when the lad was trying to take the gun off him. ‘That’s when [Mr Johnson] was shot. Apparently that’s when my ex-mother-in-law [Robyn] was then shot in the shoulder and that’s when the police then went in… and that’s when Louisa was shot in the foot.‘


more details from The Courier from Louisa’s brother, Robert Honan Robin and Louisa, who reside in Sydney, had been visiting the city Monday for a business appointment. Sure, take your 74 year old mother along. “They had something on that they had to go to so we would have thought that’s where they were and not in the cafe. “But they went there (to the cafe) first and never got to where they were meant to be going.”

Mr Honan flew to Sydney on Tuesday to visit his loved ones who are in separate hospitals as they undergo treatment.

He said his mother and sister did not want to talk publicly about the experience. “They were terrified and upset and had mixed feelings of they’re alive,” he said. “They were there from the beginning right to the end. I think it was quite a surreal experience.” Lovely and vague. I smell BS

Follow up – Martin Place Siege victim Katrina Dawson’s husband Paul has found love again, two years after his wife was killed.

Walking hand-in-hand with new love Sanchia Brahimi, Sydney lawyer Paul Smith looks happy again after being given a second chance at love, two years after his wife Katrina was killed in the terrible Lindt café siege. She is the ex-wife of celebrity chef Guillaume Brahimi

Ms Brahimi separated from her husband of 16 years, with whom she shares four children, early this year and is the daughter of notable Sydney millionaires Charles and Eva Curran. She and Mr Smith have similarly aged daughters attending the same school in the eastern suburbs and move in each other’s social circles.

All ending happily there.




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