In some of the photos I have seen, I could swear the building was marked with the world Charlie Hebdo. Was this an old picture prior to the molotov cocktail incident or right after it?
For the record, I did a long post in another thread being convinced it was a false flag. But, now I'm not so sure. I don't think it really matters if it was or not. Let me try to explain.
I think what we often interpret as false flags, is the result of how events like these are interpreted through the false lens of those who are currently in control. Since these events always seem to get reported by the current regime to their benefit, we seem to automatically assume that they actually did it. It could have been done by Muslims very easily. And then we have to examine how they were provoked.
Instead of sitting at our keyboards yelling false flag every time something happens, perhaps we should be taking action to explain why society needs to be re-engineered and work towards those changes.
The terrorists yell "Allah Akbar", we type "false flag", and those in control and in real power continue their consolidation of the same. This insures that it keeps happening and at greater frequency. The song remains the same.