As the dust begins to settle around the most recent school shooting tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Parkland, Florida – the entire world believes that Nikolas Cruz – the 19-year-old gunman in custody – is filled with what can only be described as evil.
In the wake of the shooting, there are more unanswered questions than there are answers surrounding the tragic events of Parkland, and multiple videos circulating on social media show what appears to be plot holes in the official narrative.
While there are no doubt misconceptions surrounding the shooting, as to what may have led Nikolas Cruz to pick up a gun and enter the school with a deadly intent on that fateful Valentine’s day, there’s evidence to suggest that something just isn’t right about the entire tragedy.
People make the mistake of believing that the words “false flag” are somehow suggestive of the concept that the shooting was a “hoax”.
That’s simply untrue. Make no mistake when reading this article, that there is no attempt to delegitimize the events surrounding the Parkland shooting or any other mass shooting travesty in America.
“We The People” simply want answers, and we have to acknowledge that there are numerous instances where there appear to be holes in the official narratives of these events.
It’s not a “conspiracy theory” or in no way makes you a “conspiracy theorist” to acknowledge that there’s either information being held from the general public or evidence to support that there
Real people die in false flags.
The term false flag is one that draws a lot of criticism, and many people, especially those on the left, attempt to suggest that when you use the words false flag that it somehow indicates you’re suggesting that the event was fictitious or faked. Neither is true.
We have to question some of the evidence in the various videos coming out of Parkland or surrounding the tragedy.
There’s a video circulating on social media around the tragedy in Parkland that seemingly shows what looks to be Broward County Sheriff’s Deputies carrying a bag or package from the school after the shooting.
In the video, you can see these law enforcement officers carrying the bag using multiple Deputies, suggesting that the contents are too heavy for one person to carry.
Now, there’s lots of theories as to what they could be carrying.
Some have suggested it’s “weaponry,” while others have suggested it’s medical supplies. Others have gone as far as suggesting they’re removing a body, implying that it could be a second shooter.
It’s undetermined exactly what the contents could be, but it’s certainly raising eyebrows.
This is just one of many videos circulating around the shooting that seems to have people in doubt about the official story.
On the first day of the shooting, Houston’s KHOU local news happened to be in the area for a sporting event between local teams.
The KHOU reporter on the scene, Matt Musil, spoke with a female student, Alexa Miednik, who claims to have seen the alleged gunman Nikolas Cruz inside of the school on that fateful day.
During the interview, which has since gone viral on social media, Alexa Miednik not only said that she walked alongside shooter Nikolas Cruz in the hallway, but she says she did so after the shooting had begun.
“I actually was in the bathroom at the moment, and I had come back to my classroom, and the fire alarm went off, and the principal came on the speaker and just said, ‘Everyone needs to evacuate right now,'” Alexa said to Musil. “So that’s what we did. As I was going down the stairs, I heard a couple of shots fired.”
“Everyone was freaking out, saying that it was a gun, and uh… as we were walking… the whole class together, I actually was speaking to the ‘suspect’ Nikolas Cruz,” Alexa alleged.
She stated that she spoke to Nikolas Cruz, saying that when she saw him he didn’t have a gun. She’s also smiling at this point in the interview, in a strange sense, but psychological experts suggest that after a travesty or a tragedy similar to Parkland, these types of emotions appear as a result of shock.
Many people would dispute this claim, but I would suggest that such would be the case had you actually experienced something so terrifying. Although we cannot be sure since we’re unaware of what Alexa may have seen or felt.
“And… as I was speaking to him… he seemed very… I don’t… I don’t know what the word I want to say is,” Alexa stated. “But uh… he was trouble in middle school, so I kinda joked to him about it and said, ‘I’m surprised you weren’t the one who did it’ [in reference to the shooting, at which time she was unsure that’s even what was occurring] and he just gave me a ‘huh?’ so uh… that’s really what happened.”
This interview has been spread all across the world and has brought in both questions from those seeking the truth and a multitude of responses as well as allegations against Alexa Miednik.
The response on social media is clear: people do not trust the media or the FBI.
Some suggest that Alexa is outright lying. Others suggest she’s in shock from the shooting. Many suggest that she’s correct and that it actually corroborated the official claims that Cruz was able to sneak out of the school undetected.
What’s most interesting is her suggestion that she heard shots after seeing Cruz, which tends to destroy the claim he had changed and was leaving the scene. She went as far as suggesting a second-shooter, which has been disputed by many.
Regardless of your stance on such a suggestion, you have to ask yourself why Cruz would be in the hallway trying to flee, and then later more shots occurring. Had he changed clothes already, to escape, then later fired more shots, he’d no doubt have been unable to complete the escape.
Or, Alexa could be lying. I’m being analytical and examining every possible theory here. I have no idea. I wasn’t there. I do know, that had Cruz gave decided to make his getaway and saw Alexa in the hallway, it seems highly unlikely he’d have returned to kill more after switching his attire.
It also seems strange that police let anyone leave at all with an active shooter still on the school’s premises, and that when he was allegedly shooting other students that no nearby witnesses saw what was happening to identify him.
I agree, there would have been panic, but the official story here just seems to be off the mark in detail surrounding the alleged escape.
Keep in mind, Nikolas Cruz was able to leave the school, allegedly. He was apprehended later after having gone to both a McDonald’s and a Subway restaurant.
Yes, after just committing a mass shooting, Nikolas Cruz then left the crime scene for fast food.
Remember, Cruz was apprehended later off school property. Photos show that he had clearly changed clothing, so there’s that
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said that Nikolas Cruz arrived at the school via an Uber driver in the morning.
Cruz did all of this without being caught on any CCTV or camera footage?
Now, if he came to the school with an AR-15 in an Uber that should also raise eyebrows. Certainly, it’s not the Uber driver’s fault or liability, but it means Cruz would almost certainly have to has the AR-15 well hidden or broken down.
Still, carrying the AR-15 and then later assembling it without anyone noticing it seems far-fetched. There’s no CCTV footage in the school? Most American schools have had cameras in them since the 1990s, and in 2018 I find it very odd that there is no footage of this alleged reassembling of the weapon.
Or, had Cruz kept the AR-15 assembled before his arrival, nobody noticed him carrying it? An AR-15 is a smaller rifle, but it’s not exactly covert or easy to conceal by any means.
Not if he was sitting down in an Uber riding to the school, it would have been difficult to keep it in his pants, or anywhere else for that matter. So the disassembling of the weapon makes the most sense.
Again, had he reassembled it, there should be footage showing this, or someone should have seen him.
Moving on, there are the claims that Nikolas Cruz said he heard “voices in his head” telling him to kill.
He’s since confessed to gunning down his classmates and teachers inside of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, but the claims of him hearing voices is another strange occurrence.
This is actually quite common amongst mass shooters and people responsible for similar tragedies. To those who look no further into the matter, it makes sense that someone who’s “crazy” enough to commit this type of atrocity would hear voices.
Despite that being obvious, it brings into question another “conspiracy” argument, which is MK Ultra.
Now, for those who are unaware, Project MKUltra, also called the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) mind control program.
MKUltra is essentially a code name given to a program of experiments on human subjects, at times illegal, designed and undertaken by the United States Central Intelligence Agency.
It’s not a “conspiracy theory,” as many would have you believe. It’s one of many mind control operations and experimentations that the intelligence community has researched for decades.
MKUltra is real. It’s indisputable.
The CIA has actually admitted to the existence of MKUltra, and even released a treasure trove of files surrounding the project as well as successor projects such as MKSearch, and various similar types of experimentation.
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In 1982, the Washington Post actually reported on a lawsuit that forced the Central Intelligence Agency to acknowledge the existence of the program.
Much of the mainstream media, with the CIA’s help, have been able to successfully surround the project with a certain stigma that attempts to label anyone discussing it as a “tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist,” which is actually a brilliant means of confirmation that the CIA in and of itself cannot be trusted.
Why smear individuals who discuss the truth, when you’ve already acknowledged its existence?
Fascinating, to say the least, and it speaks volumes insisting the labeling efforts are a type of psyops all to itself.
Nikolas Cruz referred to the voices in his head as “demons,” according to Fox News.
We also know that law enforcement agencies went to Cruz’s home at least 39 times between 2011 and 2016 for domestic violence-related calls, as per police reports.
What’s strange about the voices in his head is that they’re indicative of projects similar to MKUltra, using direct energy weapons.
Direct energy weapons are electromagnetic signals used for either a lethal or nonlethal purpose and vary in terms of capacity or strength. They’re a direct result of decades of research by the world’s leading scientists, and many of the programs which resulted in the significant findings were of course used by testing on human research “patients”.
One such example of use is creating pain in a target’s mind. but the other nefarious usage is beaming voices into a target’s head to either coerce someone into doing a violent act or to drive them insane.
These types of weapons and research exists. What it is capable of remains unknown.
Such weapons which beam voices into your auditory cortex are very much real, and thus advanced weaponry has been studied by military and intelligence communities around the globe.
There’s no denying its existence.
Sometimes this is referred to as “electronic harassment,” used in a gang-stalking sense.
Various technologies using frequencies of cell phone towers, microwave signals, or even the upcoming launch of 5G technology for mobile, are all alleged to have been used in similar research.
It doesn’t really matter if you want to accept that this has happened, because it has happened, and hundreds of thousands of people claim to have been subjected to similar tests.
Patents show that the technology has been part of government experiments for military weapons for decades. This isn’t exactly something new.