Chris Oliver is the president of a hair salon in San Francisco.
Oliver has been in business for more than a decade.
He is not the only hairdressor who believes that a false flag operation was used to convince the public to believe that they needed to wear the burqa in public.
“I think it’s the most obvious one,” Oliver told Fox News.
“The Burqa has been around for a very long time, and it’s become quite a standard in Western culture.
You don’t need to have the burka to be a good hairderer.
It’s the same in other parts of the world.
You’re not here to lie.”
The man who says he started the business, called Chris Oliver, has a lot of friends in the business.
He’s the owner of Hairdressers San Francisco, which opened in 2009.
In 2010, the business changed its name to Chris Oliver’s Salon.
The business is now known as Hairdresser San Francisco and has a customer base of more than 200,000 people.
Oliver says he believes that the U.S. government and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) are behind the attacks on the Paris cafes.
“We’re not really surprised, but we’re definitely not surprised because of the level of paranoia,” Oliver said.
“They’re targeting the Parisians, they’re targeting Parisians.
They’re targeting us, they want us to be afraid.
It is the same as the 9/11 attacks.”
He said that the terrorists are trying to get the people to wear masks and be fearful.
He said he’s heard from people in the West who are actually going to be attacked because they don’t wear a burqa.
Oliver also believes that ISIS and the U,S.
are using the attacks to distract people from the real issue: the economic crisis in the Middle East.
“It’s the biggest economic crisis of all time, it’s devastating for the Middle Eastern economies,” Oliver explained.
“I’m a Muslim, and I have two brothers in the United States.
They are American citizens, and they are not going to leave the United Nations in a few years to go to Syria.
The fact that they are going there to die is not relevant to us.
They aren’t going there for the same reason they’re going to Iraq.
They don’t want to die there, they don�t want to be buried there.
They want to live there.””
This is what I call ‘the truth,'” Oliver added.
“It is a lie, it is a deception, it has nothing to do with Islam.”
Oliver said he believes the attacks were coordinated and planned, and that ISIS is trying to divert attention away from their plans.
“What’s happening is a false narrative.
They�re trying to distract the world from the fact that the American economy is collapsing, and the world is on the verge of an economic collapse,” Oliver added, according to Fox News affiliate KTVU.
“This is a great opportunity for them to divert the attention from the economic collapse, the global financial crisis, and to try and discredit us.
This is why the Islamic States is doing it.
It�s to distract attention from what they really want to do.”
The Paris attacks are not the first time a hairdrier has been targeted by ISIS.
The Hairstare group in the U.,s most-feared terrorist organization, has claimed responsibility for a string of recent deadly attacks in France.
Olive has also been a frequent target of Islamic State propaganda videos and photos, and has spoken out against ISIS in interviews.
In January, Oliver and other hairdresses in San Jose, California, posted a statement on their Facebook page.
“You can be sure that the Islamic terror group will target you because of what you do,” the statement read.
“You will not be safe, you will not live your life, you are not welcome in this country.
You are not welcomed here.”