Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Here we go, Orlando

Here we go.

"Reports: Ex-Wife and Classmate Say Orlando Killer Was Gay"

"Orlando Shooter Was Reportedly a Regular at Pulse and Had a Profile on Gay Dating App"

"Drag Queen: Anti-Gay Terrorist Omar Mateen Was My Friend"

Was he in the club as a patron, just another victim of the real shooters?

Tweet (Michael Wilner):
"FBI says the #Orlando perpetrator has over three years pledged allegiance to Hezbollah, ISIS and al Nusra– which is to say, he was clueless."

Of course, Hezbollah is one of the main military opponents to ISIS and al Nusra in Syria.

We're supposed to believe that he was enraged by his son seeing two men kissing, yet somehow the effect on his son of his father being killed or incarcerated for life wasn't an issue.  The two men kissing story comes from the father:  "How Did the Orlando Muslim Terrorist's Father Get Into U.S.?".  The CIA maintains a large inventory of various disaffected politicians, monarchs or self-styled royalty, military men, and intelligence agents from foreign countries that it stores and sponsors in the US in case they are needed for a coup at some future time.  Remember Uncle Ruslan?  Sometimes, as in the case of General Haftar in Libya, this backfires (and it is unclear if Gülen, on ice in Pennsylvania, is helping American interests).

"Orlando Shooting Dad A Longtime CIA Asset" (Hopsicker)

No new beard, no change in clothing, no obsessive religiosity.  Yet the Islamophobia propaganda machine, sponsored with millions of dollars of money from (((you know who))), immediately convinces Americans that this is the work of an Islamist terrorist.

"Israel spin doctors move to exploit Orlando massacre"

"Multiple Suspects On The Loose In Orlando - Why The Media Blackout Of Eyewitness Accounts?"

Standard pattern for an FBI sting is to connect the patsy to an FBI informant who serves as the handler and sets up the components of a prosecutable 'crime':  "CONFIRMED: FBI Introduced Florida Shooter to "Informants" "
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