Saturday, July 21, 2012

"Batman" Massacre In Colorado May Have Been A False-Flag Op To Weaken Opposition To The U.N. Small Arms Treaty; James Holmes Linked To Occupy Black Bloc

Normally, I'm skeptical of conspiracy theories. But here's one that's plausible. Natural News has published a report in which Mike Adams lays out a circumstantial but logical case for the mass shooting by James Holmes in Aurora, CO being a false-flag government operation designed to weaken domestic opposition to the U.N. Small Arms Treaty, a blueprint which is supposed to be completed by July 27th. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has pledged to push hard for Senate ratification. The U.N. Office for Disarmament Affairs claims that the outcome will not seek to prohibit citizens of any country from possessing firearms or to interfere with the legal trade in small arms and light weapons. Other sources are also claiming that James Holmes had ties with Occupy Black Bloc.

Read the full Natural News article HERE. Adams brings out the following points to support his claim of a false-flag op:

-- James Holmes was a medical student at the University of Colorado, pursuing a PhD in neuroscience. There is already conjecture that Holmes may have been involved in mind-altering neuroscience research and ended up becoming involved at a depth he never anticipated. His actions clearly show a strange detachment from reality, indicating he was not in his right mind. That can only typically be accomplished through drugs, hypnosis or trauma (and sometimes all three).

-- Holmes' past is about as sanitized as it gets. His only criminal history is a traffic summons. One cop characterized him as an enigma, completely off anyone's radar screen. However, other sources such as Examiner and Free Republic and BeliefNet are now hinting that Holmes was formerly associated with Occupy Black Bloc.

-- Holmes' behavior during the sequence of events is odd and inconsistent. For example, he opened fire on innocent people but then calmly surrendered to police without resistance. This is not consistent with the idea of "killing everyone." Furthermore, he then admitted to police that his apartment was booby-trapped with explosives. If he was really an evil-minded "Joker" trying to kill people, including cops, why would he warn them about the booby trap in advance? It doesn't add up.

-- Holmes was unemployed with no apparent sources of steady income, yet managed to acquire one rifle, two handguns, 6,000 rounds of ammunition, a knife, a bullet proof vest replete with leg, groin and throat protectors, a ballistic helmet, a gas device, a gas mask, military SWAT clothing and various unidentified explosives. His apartment was allegedly loaded with an assortment of exotic booby traps, including 30 aerial shells (fireworks) filled with smokeless powder, a number of inflated balloons in the apartment appearing to be filled with a powder, all linked together with bottles of an indeterminate liquid which caused a strong smell of gasoline.

What about costs? Mike Adams points out that a decent AR-15 rifle costs $1,000 or more all by itself. The shotgun and handgun might run another $800 total. Spare mags, sights, slings, and so on will run you at least another $1,000 across three firearms. The bullet-proof vest is easily another $800, and the cost of the bomb-making gear is anybody's guess. With all the specialty body gear, ammunition, booby-trap devices and more, the total cost could be as much as $20,000 in weapons and tactical gear, much of which is very difficult for civilians to get in the first place.

Explain how an unemployed student would pay for all of this stuff. It was a carefully planned, heavily funded and technically advanced attack.



Adams reminds us that the FBI has a long history of setting up and staging similar attacks, then stopping most of them right before they happen. Two that were not stopped in time were the Oklahoma City bombing and the 1993 WTC bombing. Adams cites the following excerpt from an April 29th, 2012 New York Times article:

The United States has been narrowly saved from lethal terrorist plots in recent years -- or so it has seemed. A would-be suicide bomber was intercepted on his way to the Capitol; a scheme to bomb synagogues and shoot Stinger missiles at military aircraft was developed by men in Newburgh, N.Y.; and a fanciful idea to fly explosive-laden model planes into the Pentagon and the Capitol was hatched in Massachusetts. But all these dramas were facilitated by the F.B.I., whose undercover agents and informers posed as terrorists offering a dummy missile, fake C-4 explosives, a disarmed suicide vest and rudimentary training. ...the F.B.I. provided a van loaded with six 55-gallon drums of “inert material,” harmless blasting caps, a detonator cord and a gallon of diesel fuel to make the van smell flammable. An undercover F.B.I. agent even did the driving...

Adams suggests that this shooting is looking more like a deliberate plot staged by the government itself much like Operation Fast and Furious pulled off by the ATF which helped smuggle tens of thousands of guns into Mexico for the purpose of causing "gun violence" in the USA, then blaming the Second Amendment for it. He concludes that James Holmes may have completed a "mission" and then calmly ended that mission by surrendering to police and admitting everything. The desired objective would be to cause as much terror and mayhem as possible, then to have that multiplied by the national media at exactly the right time leading up the UN vote next week on the U.N. Small Arms Treaty that could eventually be used as a pretext to gun confiscation across America.

All of this is merely logical conjecture on the part of Mike Adams at this time; no objective or empirical proof is supplied. And who knows how or if the Occupy Wall Street movement might be involved. All I recommend is that readers keep an open mind and don't just swill down what the controlled media spew out about this case.

2 comments:

  1. "Mossad can go to any distinguished American Jew and
    ask for help." (exCIA official, 9/3/1979, Newsweek)

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  2. Seems to me the dems typically overestimate the American voter while the republicans go negative and appeal to the basest human emotional qualities (ie.. fear and nationalistic pride). Has McCain gone a little overboard with Palin? Is this a brilliant move somehow that we just can't see yet or is this exactly what it appears to be?

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