Vegas shooting: real vs. fake

Some will say the news reports of the mass shooting in Las Vegas was “white” or “real.” Others, however, will say it was “black” or “fake news.” Now, what is it? Well, could it be that it was “white” mingled with “black”? With other words: are the official news reports of the mass shooting partly true (“white”) and false (“black”), partly a lie and partly truth? Well, read on …

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Vegas shooting: real vs. fake

by Jon Rappoport

October 6, 2017

These are a few observations leading to a hypothesis.

First, there is a video, taken at ground level, of a man going from victim to victim lying on the ground at the concert. He is checking their pulses, asking if they’re all right, calling for medical help. Notice the color of the blood on the ground and on the victims. It is a quite bright red. Would real bloodstains on the ground be that color, or would they be darker?

Next, there is the matter of how Stephen Paddock, the accused shooter, brought 23 weapons and ammo into the Mandalay Hotel and up to his suite.

He was a well-known high-stakes gambler. Hotel personnel surely knew him. They knew he lived in the Vegas area. Yet there he is with a number of suitcases—or over the course of…

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False flag in Vegas shooting?

Stephen C. Paddock: a false flag event. Goal of this event: the ushering in of laws of restriction hun ownership.

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False flag in Vegas?

by Jon Rappoport

October 3, 2017

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…

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Questions swirl in the Las Vegas mass shooting

The recent mass shooting in Las Vegas: there are many questions about Stephen C. Paddock. But what could be the motive? Could it be that this is again one of the opportunities for the U.S. government to confiscate the guns of all American citizens? Well, read this …

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Questions swirl in the Las Vegas mass shooting

by Jon Rappoport

October 2, 2017

Sunday night Las Vegas shooting at country music concert. Shooter in a high room at the Mandalay Bay Resort Hotel, a long distance away. Deadliest mass shooting in US history. 518 wounded, 58 dead.

With the body count and wounded numbers rising, and the concert shooter, Stephen Paddock, dead, here are a few questions:

What weapon was he using? That is important in deciding whether Paddock could, from a significant distance, inflict the reported destruction of life. Or whether, as earlier reports/rumors suggested, there was more than one shooter.

At least ten weapons were found in the shooter’s hotel room. He had checked into the Mandalay Resort Hotel several days earlier. How did he bring in all the weapons? Disassembled? Did he have prior experience with weapons?

In an interview, Paddock’s brother said he was absolutely…

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