Xymphora — Oct 10, 2017
Lee Harvey Oswald was eating his lunch on the ground floor of the Texas School Book Depository. On the sixth floor, the conspirators had constructed a shooter’s nest out of boxes and were firing a rifle out the window (the shots that actually killed JFK came from snipers located elsewhere). Oswald was supposed to finish his lunch and return to work on the sixth floor, at which point he would have been murdered with the rifle and the scene staged to look like the suicide of the lone JFK assassin. Neat and tidy. Unfortunately for the conspirators, Oswald was much smarter than they thought he was, realized immediately that he was being set up, and fled the building, causing many problems for the conspiracy.
Paddock was told to book rooms in hotels overlooking concert venues. In Vegas, the conspirators arranged to stock the hotel room with an arsenal of weapons, no doubt with the help of casino management. They knocked out the windows, fired a few rounds with the completely inappropriate bump stock (somebody must have owned shares in the bump stock companies!), and invited Paddock, who lacked Oswald’s street smarts and experience, up to the room, where he was murdered. Neat and tidy. Meanwhile, the actual killing shots were coming from elsewhere. Ballistics would prove this, but no outsider is going to be allowed to see the real ballistics. It now appears that a security guard almost inadvertently interrupted the plot (or perhaps was shot accidentally as part of the plot).
Both Oswald and Paddock have weird resumes, with big lacunae, but with Paddock, I am again reminded of Jeffrey Epstein. Remember Epstein was a high-school math teacher until he ran into Leslie Wexner, owner of The Limited and a big ultra-Zionist macher, and suddenly was a math genius quant who made billions in his hedge fund (the concept of quants, math geniuses who use their math expertise to make money trading stocks, is a myth created by the hedge fund industry to cover for the fact that they really make their money from illegal insider trading). Epstein’s ‘billions’ made him one of the 0.1%, and thus a safe guy to people like Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Prince Andy, and Donald Trump, who happily fell into the Mossad underaged-girls blackmail operation Epstein was running. Paddock was a mid-level government accountant who mysteriously became a casino high roller, making millions playing video poker (with everything, of course, ‘comped‘ as the casino was financing whatever it was he was doing). Obviously, he was some kind of agent, working on operations based in and around casinos, typically places where a lot of the customers are the types who are subject to intelligence surveillance.
We’ll soon see if the installation of the backscatter X-ray machines at casinos and elsewhere (everywhere) was the true goal of the conspiracy.