I'm suspicious that they instantly have an "investigation" and everyone -- including all media outlets -- agrees that it was accidental. No one offers any alternate possibility or opinion. Is this what passes for journalism nowadays? What a joke.
How do they know it was accidental? The fire broke out shortly after the church closed for the day. Have they taken samples of the rubble and checked for the presence of accelerants that would indicate arson? Seriously, what am I missing here?
When the fire first made the news, did Batman fly in through a window using a grappling hook, take some samples around the attic area, and then quickly exit the building again, heading straight for a lab, so that 2 hours later the media would have the results in hand to tell everyone "it was an accident"?
The fire broke out suddenly, engulfed the roof, quickly toppled the spire -- when exactly did the investigation happen? Why are they so quick to conclude "no foul play"?
And why did it take so long for the firefighters to reach the fire? Another poster mentioned it took them *2 hours* and this cathedral is literally in the center of Paris. Everything else is measured in how many kilometers from that point.
We must be suspicious WHENEVER they have a ready culprit for the 5 o'clock news -- even when that culprit is "an accident".
Investigations take time. When an investigation is ready for the prime-time MSM outlets at the same time as the event itself, or shortly thereafter, you know something is up. It is either a false flag, and/or they're trying to hide something.
Something stinks, and it's not just the acrid smoke pouring out of Notre Dame Cathedral.
PS. For those unaware, a false flag does NOT mean no one died, and DOES NOT mean "fake" or "hoax". Real bombs can be used, real destruction can happen, and real people can die. The nature of a false flag is to "fly a false flag", i.e., commit an act pretending to be someone else. For example, 9/11 was blamed on Muslims even though the Israeli Mossad and CIA were the ones who perpetrated the event.