Another Terror Outrage?

Rixon Stewart — June 12, 2016

Alleged Orando gunman, Omar Mateen. Click to enlarge

Alleged Orando gunman, Omar Mateen. Click to enlarge

If the Orlando shooting was a false flag, and we have yet to be convinced it wasn’t, then we suspect that one of the motives was to stir a sense of victim-hood among gays.
They could then be mobilised into an effective political force using their alleged persecution to foment a sense of indignation and outrage. In much the same way as Jews have been manipulated over alleged incidents of “anti-Semitism”.
If that was indeed the case then the pay-off was evident within hours of the shootings.
“The Orlando shooting is a reminder that gay people are still hated” claimed The Independent the next day. So if the intention had been to stir a sense of victim-hood among gays then, judging by the article, it had succeeded admirably.
Not only does the writer voice concern about “LGBTQ hate crime”. He wallows in his sense of outraged indignation in being victimised.
Predictably, the Orlando shootings also prompted more calls for gun control in the U.S. So either way it’s a win-win situation for the elite, if they were indeed behind this.
Moreover, if this was a false flag, then the prime suspect was very conveniently silenced by police. Just like Tamerlan Tsarnaev was run over and killed — not by his brother but by cops says eyewitness — Omar Mateen was killed by police when they stormed the Pulse nightclub, thereby ensuring his silence too.
Then very conveniently for the official U.S. story this statement came from the Islamic State’s Amaq news agency, confirming that Mateen was one of their own:
“The armed attack that targeted a gay night club in the city of Orlando in the American state of Florida which left over 100 people dead or injured was carried out by an Islamic State fighter.”
Compounding matters, G4S, an internationally known security firm, has confirmed that Omar Mateen had worked for them since 2007. During that time the FBI interviewed Mateen twice, in 2013 and 2014. So even though he had been invesigated by the FBI for possible terrorist links Mateen was still able to legally acquire high-powered assault rifles and ammunition.
According to Ron Hopper, an FBI special agent:
“The FBI first became aware of Mateen in 2013 as he made inflammatory comments to coworkers, alleging possible terrorist ties. The FBI thoroughly investigated the matter including interviews of witnesses, physical surveillance and records checks.”
“In the course of the investigation, Mateen was interviewed twice,” he says. “Ultimately we were unable to verify the substance of his comments, and the investigation was closed.”
Then Mateen was interviewed again in 2014, this time over suspected links with American suicide bomber, Moner Abusalha. The investigation was discontinued however, because as Ron Hopper says:
“We determined that contact was minimal and didn’t to constitute a substantive relationship or threat at that time.”
So Omar Mateen was known to the U.S. security services. He had even been under surveillance and interviewed by the FBI over suspected terrorist ties and now this happens.
There are just too many coincidences.
For example, shortly before commencing his shooting spree Mateen reportedly pledged allegiance to Islamic State in a 911 call; which is exactly what the San Bernardino shooter allegedly did before he began his shooting spree last year.
If this were a movie you’d think that the scriptwriters were trying to underline the point that these were the “bad guys”. Just to make sure the audience, that’s us the ignorant masses, understood.
Coincidence or not it doesn’t justify the shooting itself but it needs to be seen for what it might well be. A carefully staged false flag that’s being used to manipulate the broader public. Ed.

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