There is nothing new in this conspiracy idea. Every time a Jew somewhere in the world falls victim to a terrorist attack, the usual crowd comes out with the “discovery” of another Mossad “false flag” operation. The same happened less than 24 hours after the bomb went of in Burgas: the Internet is full of this oldest conspiracy theory: Mossad done it: just browse for “burgas airport false flag mossad” and count the hits.
But even a conspiracy theorist – not the brightest bulb on Earth – usually provides a reason for the Mossad atrocity. This time even the dimmest of the dim were able to do so – with courteous assistance from… an Israeli newspaper. Yes, Haaretz, whose scribe, Amir Oren, hastily produced the following:
There is really no need to read the article, 99.9% of its contents appears in that snapshot. Notice also the deft replacement of a “terrorist act” (or similar) by “Israeli intelligence failure”. A certain contribution to the newspapermen’s lexicon, for sure.
This is just obscene, but it helps one keep objective about how serious to consider the media when they slur Israel for protecting itself