ISIS claims responsibility for the Las Vegas killings. ISIS has said for months that Las Vegas should be a target. ISIS says Stephen Paddock recently converted to Islam, and his real Islamic name is Abu Ubd Abdulvar al-ameriki.
The cops can’t understand how Paddock had more than 40 high powered guns, some having been converted to illegal fully automatic weapons. How does an accountant achieve that alone?
The cops can’t understand how Paddock had bomb-making ingredients.
The Cops being good little boys, at the very first opportunity, spluttered that Paddock had no linkage to terrorism and that he was just a sociopathic “lone wolf”.
The viewer says, “lone wolf my arse” it was too well-planned and executed for one person to carry out this type of massacre requiring this type of expertise.
The elevated point he shot from geometrically maximised deaths, as most rounds hit the shoulders, necks and heads of his targets.
How did he get all those weapons into a hotel room? How did he carry that weight in ammunition rounds? Some other people had to be involved.
A lone wolf never commits something on this scale without peer approval and peer planning. Communal adulation is very much a part of the attraction to Jihadist terrorism designed to end in suicide.
Where did Paddock go missing to for three months recently?
Paddock clearly intended to top himself the moment he was apprehended.
Run, run, run…. but where to?
Now I’m no conspiracy theorist but there are simply too many missing pieces of this puzzle to believe what we are being told. Something else will be revealed and it won’t be from his family, despite dumb security agencies who want us to believe families will “dob in” their wayward jihadi members.
Family or close friends virtually have to be part of something on this scale.
For example, the New South Wales Government was recently convinced by a Muslim leader to spend $3.9 million setting up a hotline for family members to “dob in” their jihadist kids.
An extraordinary amount of money for a phone line, but this is only taxpayers' money.
The funny thing is that this revelatory phone messaging system has so far produced a mere five calls in the space of two months. That's just under a million bucks a call… so let's hope the information led to a few arrests.
Well, um, not exactly… one call was from an Aussie mum who was worried about her daughter wanting to date a Muslim bloke. The next two left wrong numbers, the fourth was in a sort of weird unintelligible Arabic dialect and we can’t find out what the fifth was about.
A proud mum of martyred terrorist son
Regardless, Dr Jamal Rifi, a prominent Muslim community leader, said, "The helpline's association with security agencies and police means it will never be used". Hmmm, well there ya go! That’s exactly what I have been saying here for years. And a bumbling ASIO still disagrees.
The advice from our wonderful security agencies is a load of bullshit! Families of Jihadi kids will never “dob in” family members, because when their kid martyrs himself it will buy his parents a ticket straight to heaven.
Not one politician thought this entry was worth saying something about
And the other piece of sage advice, “If you see something say something” will get you a please explain letter from the Human Rights Commission for profiling Muslims.
Remember, that’s why no suspicious Americans were game to dob in the Muslim, Omar Mateen (above) who wiped out 49 people in the Orlando gay Pulse night club.
Neighbours suspected what was about to happen but didn’t want to suffer a permanent racist tag if perchance they were mistaken.
Never mind our leaders always have a solution with, "Our thoughts and prayers go out to blah, blah blah".
Yep, so we better be careful not to say anything Islamic about this Las Vegas nutter either.