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Deliberately Unbelievable?

October 4, 2017


This is the most absurd mass shooting story ever. If Stephen Paddock killed 59 and wounded 527, that’s 586 “hits.” If he was firing a weapon “full auto” he would be very lucky to get a “hit” for every five rounds fired. More likely one hit in 20 rounds fired. Using five, I get 2,930 rounds fired. Supposedly, 223 and 308 rounds were fired. For simplicity sake, let’s assume they were all 223 rounds fired from 30-round magazines, I find Paddock had to change magazines 97 times. All this in 10 minutes? He changed magazines 9.7 times per minute? Could an Army Ranger or Green Beret do that?

How many magazines did the Las Vegas (LV) police find in the hotel room? Remember, the magazines had to have been loaded BEFORE the shooting began. How many spent shell casings did the LV police find?

This story is unbelievable.

         We await a new “Warren Commission” investigation of this incident.

Laura writes:

It strikes me as deliberately implausible. Message: “We don’t care if you know.” These con artists are laughing. It’s black magic to them. They are casting spells.

But it is no more implausible than the Sandy Hook shootings, in which no parents complained that their mortally wounded children were not taken to the hospital or demanded to see their bodies. It was entirely staged and no children were killed.

No commission could handle all the fake shootings. But it won’t happen anyway. An occupied government does not hold commissions about its wrongdoings. The whole idea is absurd.

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Call Me Jorge writes:

Thought you might find this of interest:

The shooting began at Las Vegas massacre earlier the publicly understood.

Look for gun muzzle flash not on the 32nd floor (18 sec – 19 sec & 26 sec – 35 sec).

From Zero Hedge:

“Look at this. You look at the weapon obtaining the different amounts of tannerite available, do you think this was all accomplished on his own, face value?” “You got to make the assumption he had to have help at some point, and we want to insure that’s the answer. Maybe he’s a super guy, super hero–not a hero, super–I won’t use the word. Maybe he’s super — that was working out this out on his own, but it will be hard for me to believe that.” “Here’s the reason why, put one and one–two and two together, another residence in Reno with firearms, okay, electronics and everything else associated with larger amounts of ammo, a place in Mesquite, we know he had a girlfriend. Do you think this is all self-facing individual without talking to somebody, it was sequestered amongst himself. Come on focus folks these type of investigations have been occurring in the last few years and we have to investigate that.”
– Clark County Sheriff Lombardo –

Deliberately Unbelievable?

You betcha ya.

Laura writes:


I am still inclined to believe no one was killed.

Here is a clearly staged photo of a victim (Immodesty Warning!!!). Deliberately pornographic, just like the movies. Why are there no medical personnel tending to this woman? Obviously some time has elapsed as most people have fled, plenty of time for many, many emergency workers to be there and obviously there is no danger of further shooting because people are standing around. Why are so many people just standing around? You telling me, no one in that crowd is a nurse or EMT or someone competent in First Aid who could help this woman? And who, pray tell, is cool and calm enough to take this professional-looking photo? Huh? Who is callous enough to work on this photo instead of helping this woman? I mean, everyone knows that at the very least you apply pressure to bleeding wounds. Besides, it is extremely unlikely that someone in real life would hug a person who has been gravely wounded in that way. You could actually kill someone doing that. Also, for the record, emergency workers take someone who may be dead to the hospital. They do not just leave a mortally wounded person on the ground to be mauled in pornographic poses by her sick boyfriend. They cannot always tell if someone can be resuscitated. And, um, where is the blood? Do you know the average human body contains 5 liters of blood? Very messy.

Positively reeks of staging by filthy, small, reptilian minds.

Laura adds:

Some believe it was a combination of fake deaths and real. See Makia Freeman.

When there is abundant evidence of a false flag shooting, I am inclined to believe there are no deaths because real victims means angry families who will dig relentlessly into the official narrative. That’s risky.

On the other hand, more than 3,000 real people were killed in the false flag of 9/11.

I hope no one was killed in Las Vegas.

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