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False Flag In Vegas Shooting?

October 11, 2017 Leave a comment

(Activist Post) False flags always target the psychological state of mind of the public. Mind control is the goal.

To boil it down, a false flag is an operation staged to blame someone for a crime, someone who didn’t commit the crime.

Why? Because by blaming that person or group, and by convincing many others to blame that person or group, you achieve an important objective.

Simplistic over-exaggerated version: “Last night, a homeless man was found shot dead in an alley. The gun was found next to his body. The Mayor’s fingerprints were on the [planted] gun. The Mayor was arrested at his office. The election nears. The Mayor’s opponent now appears to have a clear path to victory…”

Less simplistic version: “…the worst mass shooting in US history. Stephen Paddock, 64, has been named as the Las Vegas shooter. He is dead. He killed 58 people at a concert and wounded 515 others. In the Congress, calls are rising for new gun control laws…”

But, as it turns out, the evidence suggests there were multiple shooters in the Mandalay Hotel. Paddock may or may not have been one of them. The overall operation was designed to invoke widespread horror and fear, and usher in new restrictions on gun ownership…

The other possible shooters in the hotel would have been professionals, tasked with killing as many people as possible at the country music concert.

Gun control would not be the only agenda in this false flag.

Heavily militarized police all over this country would be another agenda.

Putting a significant dent in the economy would be another—if attendance at public events and in crowded public places diminishes.

Such a reduction in attendance could even affect political forums and other gatherings where free speech and the right to assemble are vital. (We’ve already seen significant disruptions of these events.)

Invoking fear and passivity in the population is another basic agenda. This leads to the attitude: “Let the authorities handle everything.”

We could see new, more outrageous violations of Constitutional search and seizure principles, all in the name of “the need for security.”

As in the aftermath of Sandy Hook, there may be new calls for psychiatric screening of the population, including young children, in order to “spot criminals before they commit crimes.” This is sheer madness, because no so-called mental disorder is based on any defining lab test, and many of the prescribed drugs (SSRI antidepressants) push people over the edge into committing violence. —More violence, more calls for psychiatric screening, more drugs, more violence: an escalating scenario and repeating cycle, leading to tighter Control from above.

When was the last time you saw a major false flag exposed by the mainstream press, and then admitted to by the actual perpetrators, who then explained their true objectives?

Never.

False flags are, over the long term, essential to maintaining and expanding the status quo: power is collected and increased at the top, and then exerted downward.

Note: All prior analyses I’ve made about the duration of the shooting, and numbers of people killed and injured, are subject to change. Why? Because as yet, we have no accurate reports on how many of the 515 people injured were actually shot versus trampled or hurt in some other fashion. Also, police reports that are emerging differ on the duration of the shooting. The NY Times is talking about roughly 7 minutes. Newsweek suggests the duration is longer.

Nevertheless, the background of the purported shooter, Stephen Paddock, gives no indication of any competence with auto weapons, gives no indication he could have dealt with the problems and challenges of using such a weapon—and on top of that, his state of mind at the time, as an non-professional, would have been unstable, to say the least.

Any reasonable law-enforcement group investigating this mass shooting would certainly keep its options open, regarding other perpetrators. But that is not what is happening here. The books are closed on this case. There is no going back.

The desired result has been achieved. One shooter, mass killings. End of story. Objective achieved.

That rush to judgment and “closure” is also a prime feature of the false flag. It has to be.

Las Vegas shooting: ‘YOU’RE ALL GOING TO DIE’ – SHOCK WARNING 45 minutes before Shooting!

October 2, 2017 Leave a comment

Antifa Literature- Stephen Paddock – A LAS VEGAS shooting witness was reportedly warned that everyone at the Route 91 music festival was “going to die” 45 minutes before the attack near the Mandalay Bay hotel. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a shooting that killed at least 58 people and wounded over 400 in Las Vegas early on Monday, and said the attacker had converted to Islam a few months ago.
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False Flag Alert: Confederate rally organizers say they don’t know how many people to expect Saturday

September 15, 2017 Leave a comment

From staff reports

 

Out-of-state organizers of a rally to show support for Confederate monuments slated for Saturday say they don’t know how many people to expect.

Tara Brandau, a Florida resident who identifies with militia groups, told reporters at a press conference on the sidewalk along Bank Street in front of the Virginia Capitol on Friday that responses to a Facebook event page is their only gauge.

“It says in the event page 70-something coming, 400 and something interested and there’s over 400 shares,” she said. “You can’t go by that. Anybody could show up with all the media. I cannot tell you a number.”

Brandau and her co-organizers, Thomas and Judy Crompton, leaders of the Tennessee-based group New Confederate States of America, once again stressed that they are not affiliated with racist groups and are planning a peaceful rally.

“We’re here to stand up with the Virginia residents who have requested our assistance here,” Brandau said. She did not respond to questions about who specifically asked the group to come.

The group was briefly confronted by Jessica Lawrence, a 37-year-old Richmond resident, who began shouting, “You’re not welcome here.”

“I just happened to be driving by,” Lawrence said. “They’re not welcome here, especially after Heather Heyer was killed just a short while ago. They’re trying to incite violence in my city.”

Lawrence said she is planning to join the Justice Rally that will march from the Maggie Walker monument on Saturday to the General Robert E. Lee statue to counter-protest the rally. That event is called the “Richmond Stands United For Racial Justice Rally!”

— Ned Oliver and Colleen Curran

Parking restriction in place on Monument Avenue

On Friday morning, Virginia Capitol Police were at the General Robert E. Lee statue getting ready for Saturday’s expected Confederate rally.

But there were no signs of protestors from the small Tennessee group who are expected to attend.

There also weren’t any signs of counter-protestors in the area. Black Lives Matter out of New York posted on Facebook that they were headed to Richmond to oppose the rally.

Three members from the group organizing the rally arrived in Richmond last night, Joe Macenka, public information officer for the Virginia Capitol Police, said.

According to the Facebook post for the rally, roughly 50 protestors are expected to attend.

The event is being promoted on Facebook, as the “Protect the General Robert E. Lee Monument Rally.”

No parking signs were posted on Monument Avenue and Macenka said that cars were about to be towed out of the area.

The temporary parking restrictions will begin at 9 a.m. Friday and end at 11 p.m. Saturday.

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Street closures September 16
RPD

The affected streets are:

• Monument Avenue between North Lombardy Street and North Meadow Street;

• North Allen Avenue between West Grace Street and Park Avenue;

• westbound West Grace Street between North Allen Avenue and North Lombardy Street; and

• eastbound West Grace Street between North Allen Avenue and North Meadow Street.

Graphic Video: Car Drives Through Crowd at Charlottesville Protest

August 12, 2017 Leave a comment

Car plows into crowd at white nationalist rally: Driver ‘intentionally’ accelerates into counter-protesters and hits up to 20 people as riot cops use tear gas to stop violent clashes and a state of emergency is declared

August 12, 2017 Leave a comment

Cheyenne Roundtree

At least one person is dead after a driver intentionally plowed into a group of anti-fascist protesters hitting up to 20 people in Charlottesville, Virginia, after violent clashes erupted between white nationalists and activists on Saturday.

Video shows the Dodge Charger accelerating into the crowd throwing bodies into the air as people scream before reversing at high speed – sending 19 people to the hospital for their injuries and leaving one dead.

It came after violent clashes erupted as hundreds of white supremacists including armed militias marched into Charlottesville sparking violent confrontations with the counter protesters. Police cleared the scene with tear gas but the violence continued.

Horrifying video from the scene of the car attack shows blood spattered on the vehicle’s windshield as victims desperately screamed out for medical help in the aftermath of the smash.

A counter protester had allegedly thrown a rock at the car, causing the driver to swivel around and ram into people and cars in its way, before driving off with someone’s shoe attached to its bumper.

There has been one person arrested in connection to the earlier violence but it remains unclear if the driver of the car has been apprehended.

In addition to the dozen of people hurt in the accident, at least eight people were already being treated for their injures during other destructive clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters at Emancipation Park before the controversial Unite the Right rally.

President Trump admonished the day’s tragic events, saying in a press conference: ‘We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, violence, on many sides… The hate and division must stop, and must stop right now.’

Trump took a break from his time in Bedminister to condemn the violence in Charlottesville but also took the time to announce the signing of legislation to expand a veterans health care program.

He said: ‘We have to respect each other, ideally we have to love each other.’

Trump had earlier tweeted about the violence that erupted amid the white supremacist march. He tweeted that ‘we ALL must be united & condemn all that hate stands for.’ He then wrote ‘There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Lets come together as one!’

The White House was silent for hours about the clashes except for a solitary tweet from First Lady Melania Trump. The president has received previous criticism for being slow to condemn acts of hate done in his name.

The crash occurred approximately two hours after violent clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters earlier that day during the planned Unite the Right rally.

Hundreds were seen stomping through the city, wearing militia uniforms, waving flags and chanting ‘Blood and Soil’ as they made their way towards the event on Saturday morning.

Counter-protesters flocked to the march in retaliation against the white nationalists, neo-Confederates and alt-right activists, screaming: ‘We’re here, we’re gay, we fight the KKK!’

First Lady Melania Trump tweeted: ‘Our country encourages freedom of speech, but let’s communicate w/o hate in our hearts. No good comes from violence.’

The protest hadn’t officially started but social media videos showed the rally was escalating as people were seen throwing objects, breaking out into fights and people spraying mace into the crowd.

Arrests were made after police in riot gear attempted to clear the park and a group of protesters pushed back against them, while the battle between the two protester groups continued to rage on in the streets of the city.

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer had denounced the ‘cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry, racism, and intolerance march down the lawns of the architect of our Bill of Rights’ and warned for residents to stay away from the rally.

Police were in position at Emancipation Park and downtown Charlottesville by 6am as they prepared for the rally.

Between 4,000 and 6,000 people from groups including white nationalists, neo-Confederates and alt-right activists were expected to protest at the park, which had recently been renamed from Lee Park.

Right-wing blogger Jason Kessler planned what he called a ‘pro-white’ rally to protest Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

Supporters and counter-protesters screamed, chanted, threw punches, hurled water bottles and unleashed chemical sprays on each other. Men dressed in militia uniforms were carrying shields and openly carrying guns.

The protest hadn’t yet begun when two people were seriously injured and protesters reportedly deployed pepper spray, according to state police.

Social media videos show the crowd throwing bottles and objects as police film the interaction from behind fences but don’t intervene.

Brawls broke out as people in militia gear tackled others to the ground and began throwing punches.

Christopher Mathias, a reporter for the Huffington Post tweeted: ‘Just witnessed a violent fight in a parking garage. Nazi dude pulled a gun. Some bad injuries.’

Officials declared a local emergency shortly after 11am. Colleen Cook, 26, stood on a curb shouting at the rally attendees to go home.

Cook, a teacher who attended the University of Virginia, said she sent her black son out of town for the weekend.

‘This isn’t how he should have to grow up,’ she said.

Cliff Erickson leaned against a fence and took in the scene. He said he thinks removing the statue amounts to erasing history and said the ‘counter protesters are crazier than the alt-right. Both sides are hoping for a confrontation,’ he said.

In response to the day’s events, the University of Virginia announced on Saturday afternoon that all scheduled events and programming would be canceled.

The announcement stated: ‘This cancellation includes all academic programming, the scheduled community discussions taking place in the University Libraries, and all UVA Athletic events and programming. The University is monitoring the developments in Charlottesville and continues to coordinate with state and local law enforcement.’

The city announced earlier this week that the rally must be moved out of Emancipation Park to a larger one, citing safety reasons. The rally and counter-protests wereexpected to draw thousands of people.

Kessler sued, saying the change was a free speech violation. The city said in a statement that it would abide by the judge’s decision.

Kessler had led a torch lit procession through the University of Virginia campus on Friday night with burning torches, ending at the statue of Thomas Jefferson.

Almost 200 white nationalists, neo-Confederates, and alt-right activists, were heard chanting ‘white lives matter’ and ‘Jews will not replace us’.

They clashed with University of Virginia students who held an anti-racist protest, and were seen holding up signs which read: ‘VA students against white supremacists.’

Students on Friday night were heard chanting ‘go home Nazis,’ a reporter from the Washington Post tweeted.

Police say violence broke out between the rival groups and officers swiftly intervened to break up the riot which they ruled was an unlawful assembly on Friday night.

At least one person was arrested and several on campus were treated for minor injuries, the Daily Progress newspaper said. Several of the marchers were also hit with pepper spray.

The protesters’ decision to use flaming torches seemed to be a deliberate one, to bring back the imagery of KKK violence and cross burning.

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer denounced the ‘cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry, racism, and intolerance march down the lawns of the architect of our Bill of Rights.’

‘Everyone has a right under the First Amendment to express their opinion peaceably, so here’s mine… I am beyond disgusted by this unsanctioned and despicable display of visual intimidation on a college campus,’ he told CNN.

But Friday night was just a taster of things to come as up to 6,000 people are expected to descend on the college town on Saturday for the Unite the Right rally.

Saturday’s rally will gather at the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee at Emancipation Park – a focal point for a number of white supremacist protests since the council voted to remove the structure in April.

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has urged Virginians to stay away ahead of Saturday’s rally.

‘In advance of the rally there have been communications from extremist groups, many of which are located outside of Virginia, who may seek to commit acts of violence against rally participants or law enforcement officials,’ he said in a statement.

‘In the event that such violent or unlawful conduct occurs, I have instructed state public safety officials to act quickly and decisively in order to keep the public and themselves safe.

‘I want to urge my fellow Virginians who may consider joining either in support or opposition to the planned rally to make alternative plans.

‘Many of the individuals coming to Charlottesville are doing so in order to express viewpoints many people, including me, find abhorrent.

‘As long as that expression is peaceful, that is their right. But it is also the right of every American to deny those ideas more attention than they deserve.

‘Men and women from state and local agencies will be in Charlottesville tomorrow to keep the public safe, and their job will be made easier if Virginians, no matter how well-meaning, elect to stay away from the areas where this rally will take place.’

The National Guard will be on standby, McAuliffe said.

They will be met  by about 1,000 first responders and law enforcement, while the National Guard will be on standby.

Thousands of white nationalists, including supporters of the Ku Klux Klan white supremacist group, and anti-fascist activists are expected to turn out in Charlottesville, a sleepy town planning to remove a statue of General Robert E. Lee, who led Confederate forces in the US Civil War.

‘The Charlottesville event could be a potentially historic showcase of hate, bringing together more extremists in one place than we have seen in at least a decade,’ said Oren Segal, director of the Center on Extremism at the Anti-Defamation League, a group that monitors and combats anti-Semitism.

Earlier this week, the city had ordered the rally planned for Saturday to be relocated out of Emancipation Park to a larger one, further out of the city, citing safety reasons.

But Kessler, who organized the rally, said on Twitter that the company’s move amounted to an attack on ‘free speech and civil rights.’

He sued added that the change was a free speech violation and that moving the protest away from the Lee statue undermined his event.

On Friday, U.S. District Judge Glen Conrad granted a preliminary injunction Friday in a lawsuit filed against Charlottesville by the right-wing blogger which will allow the rally of white nationalists and other extremists to take place at its originally planned location downtown.

The city said in a statement that it would abide by the judge’s decision.

Mimi Arbeit, an organizer of the planned counter-protests, rejected Kessler’s argument that the rally was about freedom of speech.

‘Fascism functions by using the institutions of a democracy towards its own ends,’ she said by telephone.

On July 8 a few dozen Ku Klux Klan marchers gathered in Charlottesville to protest plans to remove the statue of Lee. But they were outnumbered by hundreds of jeering counter protestors.

This time the extreme right hopes to have a stronger showing thanks to the presence of various leaders of the ‘alt-right’ movement that has been emboldened by Donald Trump’s ascent to the White House.

On Friday, City Manager Maurice Jones revealed this will be the largest Virginia State Police deployment in the state in nearly three decades.

‘These are trying and difficult times for our city and our nation,’ Jones said, according to the Daily Progress. ‘We have deep political and ideological differences, and those differences will play out here in our community this weekend. It will be stressful and it will be tense, but I’m optimistic that cooler heads will prevail and we will ultimately be stronger as a community once this event is over.’

Generally, the white nationalist protesters appear to have come from outside the city, and many local residents have raised fears over Saturday’s event.

Last month, hundreds went to City Hall to demand that the protest was cancelled.

Many local businesses have also declared their stores ‘safe spaces’ while both firms and local people have put up signs showing support for diversity ahead of the event.

However, Kessler has even bigger plans for the city.’

‘We’re going to have bigger and bigger events in Charlottesville,’ he told CNN

 

CIA’s Brennan: Trump Did Not Ask FBI To Drop Russia Investigation

CIAs Brennan admits that Trump did not ask Comey to drop Flynn investigation

Former CIA Director John Brennan has told Congress that President Trump did not pressure the FBI to drop the investigation into Michael Flynn.

His testimony before the House on Tuesday completely blows the left-wing narrative that Trump unduly pressured the intelligence community to halt their investigations into possible Russia collusion.

When Dem. Rep. Adam Schiff asked Brennan if Trump or any of his aides had pressured the FBI to drop the investigation, Brennan’s response was not anticipated:

Adam Schiff: “With respect to the allegations made recently that the President or his aides may have sought to enlist the member of the IC or Director Comey himself to drop the Flynn investigation, uh have any members of the IC shared with you their concerns that the President was attempting to enlist the help of the people in the intelligence community to drop the Flynn investigation?”

Brennan: “No, sir.”

Adam Schiff: “Are you aware of any efforts the President has made who enlist the support of the intelligence community personnel to push back on a narrative involving the collusion issue that Mr. Rooney was asking about?”

Brennan: “I am unaware of it.”

Former FBI Director, James Comey, also said under oath on May 3rd that the Trump DOJ had not pressured him to halt investigations.

This probably won’t be enough to stop the lying liberal media from continuing with their bogus allegations over Trump-Russia. However, their very own Seth Rich scandal continues to gain momentum so it is understandable why they are desperate to direct attention towards the now debunked Russia accusations.

Putin: Syrian Chemical Attack was a False Flag, Trump to Do It Again and Again

April 25, 2017 Leave a comment

The Russian President possesses credible information that could prove the April 4 chemical attack on Syria (which killed 86 civilians including children) was staged to discredit Syrian President Assad and to launch 59 Tomahawk missiles (in retaliation, of course) at a Syrian airbase on April 6.

Putin

Though he hasn’t revealed it yet, Russian President Vladimir Putin, in 2015, claimed to possess secret satellite images that could prove the U.S. government brought down the Twin Towers with controlled demolition.

The 9/11 terrorist attacks, he declared, were orchestrated by the world’s biggest oil consumer to look like an act of aggression by international terrorist organizations. Putin said it was orchestrated to attack countries in the Middle East, the world’s chief oil-exporting region, to control more than half of the world’s oil reserves.

While conspiracy theorists brushed aside his evidence, the European Scientific Journal in 2016 concluded 9/11 was indeed a controlled demolition.

Well, Putin is back. And this time he claims to possess credible information that could prove the April 4 chemical attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun (which killed 86 civilians including children) was staged to discredit the government of Syrian President Bashar Hafez al-Assad (who renounced chemical weapons nearly four years ago). The alleged chemical attack gave the United States an excuse to launch 59 Tomahawk missiles (in retaliation, of course) at a Syrian airbase on April 6.

In a joint press conference with Italian President Sergio Mattarella in Moscow on April 11, Putin — calling on the international community to thoroughly investigate the use of chemical weapons in Khan Sheikhoun and take appropriate action — asked the world to be prepared for more chemical attacks. These, Putin suggests, will also be false flags, conducted to frame the Syrian government:

“We have reports from multiple sources that false flags like this one and I cannot call it otherwise are being prepared in other parts of Syria, including the southern suburbs of Damascus. They plan to plant some chemical there and accuse the Syrian government of an attack.

“President Mattarella and I discussed it, and I told him that this reminds me strongly of the events in 2003, when the US representatives demonstrated at the UN Security Council session the presumed chemical weapons found in Iraq. The military campaign was subsequently launched in Iraq and it ended with the devastation of the country, the growth of the terrorist threat and the appearance of Islamic State [IS, formerly ISIS] on the world stage.”

Putin is already proven right, so it seems. Two prominent journalists with experience on Syria claimed the chemical attack was a false flag — designed to make the Trump administration go to war with Assad.

Former U.S. presidential candidate Ron Paul called the Syrian chemical attack a false flag promoted by the media propaganda machine to rally the people behind the United States. The odious propaganda, he added, smearing Assad as a monster for using chemical weapons is strongly indicative of a manufactured opportunity — a false flag. Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi, too, threw his weight around Putin saying:

“I’m hearing from sources on the ground in the Middle East, people who are intimately familiar with the intelligence that is available who are saying that the essential narrative that we’re all hearing about the Syrian government or the Russians using chemical weapons on innocent civilians is a sham.

“The intelligence confirms pretty much the account that the Russians have been giving … which is that they hit a warehouse where the rebels – now these are rebels that are, of course, connected with Al Qaeda – where the rebels were storing chemicals of their own and it basically caused an explosion that resulted in the casualties. Apparently the intelligence on this is very clear.”

Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump has confirmed that he will authorize additional strikes on Syria “if Assad uses chemical weapons again or deploys barrel bombs in the country.” White House spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters recently:

“The sight of people being gassed and blown away by barrel bombs ensures that if we see this kind of action again, we hold open the possibility of future action. If you gas a baby, if you put a barrel bomb in to innocent people … you will see a response from this president.”

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