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NWO is trying to convince the public that "conspiracy theorists" = TERRORISTS

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Effie Trinket

What is one very important way to identify a globalist operation?


This USPS "bomber" is the latest flavor of false flag conjured up by the likes of CSIS/CFR, RAND Corporation, Northern Command, DHS.

Notice this is in the same month as a previous military industrial/intelligence complex perpetrated false flag in Nevada (different type of false flag, as none were killed with the psyop packages that were mailed in the recent false flag, and "mail bombs" is a different weapon than guns.  Neither of those things matter one iota however, because a false flag is a false flag--the AGENDA, Globalist MOTIVE (NOT the "motive" of whatever patsy they SHOVE in your face) is what matters.  And here is where we have a direct correlation between what most would think is completely unrelated.  They could not be more blind:

Quote from: 2Revolutions on May 19, 2018, 08:58:24 AM
Looks like they have decided on a narrative and profile to assign to Stephen Paddock.  It is not coincidence that they decided to release these "witness statements" and reference Waco, a gun confiscation operation by the ATF.

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock ranted about FEMA camps, Waco before concert massacre, witnesses say


The Las Vegas gunman ranted about conspiracy theories in the weeks before he gunned down 58 people and wounded hundreds more from his sniper perch inside a high-rise hotel last year, new documents reveal.

A jailed man who gave a statement to authorities in November said he encountered a man he believed was Stephen Paddock and who told him that Federal Emergency Management Agency "camps" setup after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 were "a dry run for law enforcement and military to start kickin' down doors and...confiscating guns."

"Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves," the man said Paddock told him less than a month before the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. "Sometimes sacrifices have to be made."

Separately, a woman wrote a handwritten account of her experience with Paddock, in which she said she heard him talk about armed standoffs. The woman reportedly overheard Paddock talking with another man at a Las Vegas restaurant three days before the shooting.

She told authorities that Paddock seemed upset about the deadly standoffs between law enforcement officers and militia groups at Waco, Texas in 1993 and Ruby Ridge, Idaho in 1992.

"At the time, I just thought 'strange guys' and I wanted to leave," the woman told officials.

The Las Vegas Police Department on Wednesday released 1,200 pages of reports, including witness statements and officer testimony on the October massacre. Multiple witnesses who attended the Route 91 Harvest Festival concert said they thought they were hearing fireworks as the shooting was taking place.

More at the link -->  http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/05/17/las-vegas-gunman-stephen-paddock-ranted-about-fema-camps-waco-before-concert-massacre-witnesses-say.amp.html

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New documents suggest Las Vegas shooter was conspiracy theorist – what we know
In the documents, those who encountered gunman Stephen Paddock say he expressed conspiratorial, anti-government beliefs characteristic of the far right

[INSERT:  See what they did in the above title?  lumping conspiratorial with "anti" government.  In other words, if you DISAGREE with the government, you are AUTOMATICALLY a conspiracy theorist (aka subscribe to, and/or propagate 'fake news').

Excerpts from above article:

"She says she heard him and his companion saying that courtroom flags with golden fringes are not real flags. The belief that gold-fringed flags are those of a foreign jurisdiction, or "admiralty flags", is characteristic of so-called "sovereign citizens", who believe, among other things, that the current US government, and its laws, are illegitimate."

How cute huh?  The above quote is absolutely, in fact THE TRUTH, REALITY.  See what the globalists did here?  I hope you do.

This part is a complete lie here:  "Somebody has to wake up the American public and get them to arm themselves," the man says Paddock told him. "Sometimes sacrifices have to be made."

^  If Paddock was truly "anti-government" - he would have killed 58 GOVERNMENT employees, NOT unknown, random innocent people at a concert.  That quote right there is ridiculously obvious proof that "Paddock" obviously has a CIA type script/narrative writer concocting such vile and wicked, incendiary lies intended to demonize the living shit out of any REAL patriots through deliberate, FRAUDULENT association like the globalist controlled feds have murdered in past New World Order false flags.

The last paragraph from the Guardian speaks volumes, and again, I;m probably the only person to have noticed this:

"So what does this mean for the Paddock investigation?
Police are not jumping to any conclusions about Paddock's motives, and nor should we. But it is striking that there is evidence that he, like so many mass shooters, may have nurtured the ideas of the conspiracy-minded far right.

Often such beliefs are viewed as harmless, and increasingly they have been normalized by the success of figures like Alex Jones. But we need to start taking seriously the possibility that they radicalize some people towards violence."

^ Read the above highlighted parts many times and let sink in the meaning of what is written there.  "NURTURED" --that means YOUR GUILTY OF TERRORISM/MASS MURDER IF SOMEONE ELSE ***IS CLAIMED*** TO HAVE ***ACTED*** ON YOUR BELIEFS/SPEECH, THAT ***YOU*** ARE GUILTY AND JUST AS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEATHS/DAMAGE AS ***THE ACTUAL PERPETRATOR(S)***.  This would usher in utter and complete slavery of humanity, because now what the globalists would have achieved with this is the ability to arrest, permanently detain, torture, and kill anyone at any time for merely being even remotely threatened by that individual.  What a coincidence that the 2012 NDAA conveniently has already given them their illegal, treasonous authority to carry this out.

Remember this?

Now fast forward to this October with the latest USPS "mail bomb" false flags:


In this undated photo released by the Broward County Sheriff's office, Cesar Sayoc is seen in a booking photo, in Miami. (Broward County Sheriff's Office via AP)

WASHINGTON (AP) — Cesar Sayoc is an amateur body builder and former stripper, a loner with a long arrest record who showed little interest in politics until Donald Trump came along.

On Friday, he was identified by authorities as the Florida man who put pipe bombs in small manila envelopes, affixed six stamps and sent them to some of Trump's most prominent critics.

His arrest capped a week in which the bombs aimed at some of America's biggest names — Obama, Clinton, De Niro — dominated the news and invited speculation about who might be responsible for them. The answer, authorities said, was Sayoc, a 56-year-old man from Aventura, Florida, who was devoted to Trump, had a history of financial problems and an extensive arrest record, including a stint on probation for making a bomb threat.

His attorney in that 2002 case, Ronald Lowy, described Sayoc as "a confused man who had trouble controlling his emotions."

A cousin of Sayoc, Lenny Altieri, used stronger terms.

"I know the guy is a lunatic," Altieri told The Associated Press. "He has been a loner."

Altieri confirmed that Sayoc had been a stripper. On an online resume, Sayoc described himself as a booker and promoter for burlesque shows.

Stacy Saccal, the general manager of the Ultra Gentlemen's Club in West Palm Beach, said Sayoc had worked there for about two months, first as a floor bouncer and for the past month as a disc jockey — most recently on Thursday night, hours before his arrest Friday morning.

"I didn't know this guy was mad crazy like this," she said Friday. "Never once did he speak politics. This is a bar. We don't talk politics or religion in a bar, you know?"

Florida voter records show Sayoc first registered in March 2016 as a Republican and cast a ballot in that November's presidential election.

He has been an active Trump supporter, tweeting and posting Facebook videos that appear to show him at the president's rallies.

Sayoc's social media accounts are peppered with memes supporting Trump, and denigrating Democrats.

Sayoc lived in a white 2002 Dodge Ram van, which was plastered with stickers supporting Trump and criticizing media outlets that included CNN, which was also targeted by mail bombs.

The van was often parked outside an LA Fitness in Aventura, backed up in a parking space under the trees for shade. Patrons say they frequently saw him in the locker room.

"He'd just be walking straight to the shower and be in the shower forever," said Edgar Lopez, who often exercises at the gym. "I never saw him working out."

Other times, the van was seen parked at the beach in nearby Hollywood before dawn, with Sayoc stripping down to skin-tight shorts for an outdoor shower.

"I've seen the guy maybe 80 times and I never said a word to him because I had a feeling he was a little off," said Marc Weiss, the superintendent of a building near where Sayoc frequently parked. "I assumed because he was showering at the beach that he was homeless."

In 2015, he reported to police that his van was broken into outside of a gym in Oakland Park, Florida. He claimed that more than $40,000 worth of items were stolen, including $7,150 worth of Donald Trump-brand suits.

But often, Sayoc was on the other side of legal complaints.

In the 2002 bomb threat case, he had lashed out at a Florida utility representative because his electricity service was about to be cut off. The arrest report said Sayoc threatened in a phone call to blow up the utility's offices and said that "It would be worse than September 11th."

Sayoc was also convicted in 2014 for grand theft and in 2013 for battery. In 2004, he faced several felony charges for unlawful possession of a synthetic anabolic steroid often used to help build muscles. He also had several arrests going back to the 1990s for theft, obtaining fraudulent refunds and tampering with evidence.

Lowy said he recalled that Sayoc also had a run-in with authorities where he was charged with possessing a fake driver's license after altering his birthdate to make him appear younger.

Sayoc displayed no political leanings at the time of the bombing charge, Lowy said, except for plastering his vehicle with Native American emblems. Sayoc told his lawyer his father was Native American.

More recently, Sayoc described himself on social media as being affiliated with the Seminole Warriors boxing club and being a member of the "Unconquered Seminole Tribe."

Gary Bitner, a spokesman for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, said there is no evidence to show that Sayoc worked for the tribe or was a tribal member.

Altieri, his cousin, said Sayoc's only connection to Native Americans was that he once dated a member of a tribe.

Sayoc was born in New York City. His mother was Italian and his biological father was Filipino, and his parents separated when he was a young boy, Altieri said. After his parents separated, Sayoc was "kind of rejected" by his family.

"When you get no love as a young kid, you get kind of out of whack," he said.

He enrolled at Brevard College in North Carolina in 1980 and attended for three semesters, said Christie Cauble, the school's interim director of communications. He then transferred to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, enrolling for the 1983-84 academic year. Buffie Stephens, director of media relations for the school, said Sayoc didn't declare a major. He played a few games as a walk-on player for the university's men's soccer team. There is no indication he ever completed a degree.

He moved to the Miami suburbs in the late 1980s. He had serious financial problems in recent years, including losing his home in foreclosure in 2009 and filling for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in 2012.

In court records, Sayoc was described as having $4,175 in personal property and more than $21,000 in debts, mostly from unpaid credit cards. His monthly income at the time was $1,070.

"Debtor lives with mother, owns no furniture," Sayoc's lawyer indicated in a property list. Sayoc's mother, Madeline, also filed for bankruptcy around the same time. She was not immediately available to respond to phone messages left with her by the AP.

Sayoc's media diet appears to have consisted of a toxic mixture of conspiracy theory, parody accounts and right-wing news sites. One of Sayoc's most favored recent sources was a Twitter account that spread hoaxes about the Parkland High School shooting in Florida earlier this year.

He tweeted at least 40 times a screenshot of a meme featuring the transparently false claim that Parkland mass-shooting survivor David Hogg never went to Stoneman Douglas High School, occasionally including hostile captions such as "He is a George Soros paid protester." Soros, the billionaire progressive political donor, was targeted this week by a package bomb.

Sayoc even seems to have stumbled across a Polish conspiracy news site, tweeting out a wildly false claim that Angela Merkel had been conceived using Adolf Hitler's frozen sperm.

In June, he praised Trump in a birthday message saying, "Happy Birthday President Donald J. Trump the greatest result President ever."

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Effie Trinket

Blast from the past:

Alarm Clocks Blow up at Ikea Stores in Belgium, France and The Netherlands

Updated: Tuesday, 31 May 2011, 9:45 AM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 31 May 2011, 8:10 AM EDT


BRUSSELS - Small explosives concealed in alarm clocks detonated at Ikea furniture stores in Belgium, France and The Netherlands, Belgian authorities said Tuesday.

The explosions in stores in the Belgian city of Ghent, Lille in northern France and Eindhoven in The Netherlands caused no damage or injuries.

"The information we have is that the explosions happened the same way in all locations, with booby-trapped alarm clocks that had been hidden exploding," according to An Schoonjans, spokeswoman for Ghent prosecutors.

In Ghent, an employee and a security agent complained of earaches after two small explosions, which detonated almost simultaneously before the store closed Monday evening.

Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/dpp/news/offbeat/alarm-clocks-blow-up-at-ikea-stores-in-belgium-france-and-the-netherlands-ncxdc-053111#ixzz1NwNlPAKp

"OH NOz we need body scanners at Ikea!!!"

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An USA Today opinon piece from a retired Army Brigadier General calling for normalization and acceptance the surviellance and pre-crime powers that the NSA and its contractors already have.

Update gun control and mental health laws to prevent shootings like Thousand Oaks

by Stephen N. Xenakis


QuoteTime to protect our families and communities

We will not know all the facts about these men until after their trials. But but by all indications, it was apparent they needed treatment.

Any lay person could have picked out the paranoia and weird character in these men. We lock our doors and tell our children to watch out for the "crazies" on the streets that are unpredictable and can harm us. We gaze in astonishment at homeless men and women screaming at no apparent listener. But we fail repeatedly to take reasonable measures to protect our families and communities.

Providing better protection is complicated. Our country is deeply divided. The friction between opposing parties opens gaps to be exploited not just by interest groups and lobbyists, but by fringe extremists. The right to free speech allows for the unfiltered expression of weird notions and sentiments. The First Amendment protects even the most bizarre ideas, that can go viral across social media, and bring together extremists that would not otherwise talk to each other. And, like Long and Bowers, the potentially dangerous individual has access to very lethal weapons.
Forty years ago, mental health advocacy groups successfully lobbied for laws that restrict involuntary hospitalization and treatment. Compelling involuntary treatment requires showing that the patient is a clear danger to himself or others. These laws may have been a good thing, but the down side is it is not easy to prove dangerousness. The upshot is that many seriously ill men and women, both homicidal and suicidal, do not have access to mental health care.

They may be clearly paranoid and spewing bizarre and creepy ideas, but they are not certifiably dangerous to themselves and others. They mimic the public discourse heard on mainstream media and evade accountability for their talk and actions. Those on the fringe don't have the filters to think rationally about conspiracy theories and feral ideas in the public forum, or the control to restrain their fears and instincts. Paradoxically, the courts usually find such accused killers and bombers competent to stand trial and face sentences of life in prison or death.

But prison or death after the fact doesn't make our country safer. We're still left with a paranoid and emotionally unstable fringe that doesn't satisfy criteria for involuntary treatment, but has virtually unlimited access to assault weapons and guns. Politics make it almost impossible to design effective gun violence prevention policies and improve mental health services. The NRA will continue to oppose restrictions on dangerous weapons, the mental health advocacy groups will campaign to protect patients from being stigmatized, and extremists and politicians will disavow any responsibility for bad actors.

We need to update gun and mental health laws

Lethal gun violence, both homicide and suicide, is the danger right in front of us. It is the leading cause of death among young American men. The rate of mass shootings tripled from 2011 to 2014, the Harvard School of Public Health reports. And the environment has changed in 40 years since the first laws protecting against involuntary commitment were enacted.

Today, highly lethal weapons can get into the hands of more dangerous people than ever, and they can make bombs in their basements. It is time to change the laws on involuntary treatment and enable governmental agencies to better identify potentially violent individuals.

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Al Bundy

Ye Olde Powder Monkey

Well, I don't want to be the one to stand in the way of progress ...

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Cpt's Log; 14.44 BST. 19 April, 2020: "I just day-dreamed a ramming incident.
An unusual dream indeed, as the ship I rammed belonged to The Vulcans.
I shall now walk onto their bridge and inspect all round for damage."

Al Bundy

Over the course of several days last week, Serbia's president Aleksandar Vucic and foreign minister offered an uncorroborated conspiracy theory that the virus that has killed thousands around the world and infected nearly 91,000 is part of an economic "war" on China, and jokingly implied that drinking alcohol could prevent its spread.

Source: Radio Free Europe