By Kevin Barrett, Veterans Today Editor
What are the odds? That is the question we keep asking ourselves after each suspected false flag.
What are the odds that every “radical Islamic terrorist” is going to drop a passport or ID card? (See Michel Chossudovsky’s article Barcelona, Manchester, Berlin, Paris, Nice, London, New York: Passports and IDs Mysteriously Discovered in the Wake of Terror Attacks.) What are the odds that the same Mossad-linked photographer will just happen to show up to film and publicize two terror attacks in less than a week? What are the odds that…? I could go on and on, and often do, but you get the idea.
The Las Vegas shooting, like so many “ISIS-related events,” also seems, at first glance, to defy the odds.
What are the odds that such a stunningly lethal shooting was done by just one guy – a proverbial “lone gunman” who ends up conveniently dead? When an event is “way too lethal” for the designated patsy to have done it, it’s probably a false flag. Examples include: The OKC bomb was far too big and lethal to have been a fertilizer bomb in a truck; the big bangs that blew the Trade Center towers to smithereens were too big and lethal to have been done by office fires; the Orlando shooting was too lethal to have been done by Omar Mateen, according to ex-CIA expert Robert David Steele; and so on.
Robert David Steele just emailed me: “I want to weigh in very strongly in support of the Las Vegas shooting being a false flag event. As with Orlando the numbers do not add up.”
What are the odds that a guy with no political ax to grind, no obvious psychological issues, no history of even so much as parking tickets, and no real interest in firearms and no serious firearms training (at least according to family members) is going to be willing and able to pull off something like this?
What are the odds that all of the witnesses who described multiple shooters are wrong?
What are the odds that DHS was in Nevada not long ago as part of a plan that ran from last November right up until very recently, mimicking events like the one that just happened, by pure coincidence?
What are the odds that the crackling gunfire heard in the video below, and other recordings, is coming from one guy shooting a semi-automatic (not full automatic) weapon? And who turned the stage lights back on so the shooter(s) could see their targets?!
What are the odds that the police would take 72 minutes from the first 911 call to locate the shooter?
So what ARE the odds?
Operation Gladio was a Pentagon-sponsored NATO program that used false flag terrorism to promote a “strategy of tension.” As convicted Gladio false flag terrorist Vincenzo Vinciguerra explained:
Terrorized populations allow governments to trample on their rights. Terrorized populations are easy to stampede off to war. Terrorized populations become like little children, credulously listening to their leaders, who become substitute parent figures.
The free-floating anxiety generated by an event like the Las Vegas shooting can be turned against North Korea, Iran, Russia, or China. It can be used to push gun control. It can be used to keep the whole post-9/11 Orwellian dystopia going and growing. It can and will be used to bludgeon citizens into continuing to surrender their rights.
Since the likely suspects behind these events are pushing war and unfreedom, we should respond by summoning up all of our outrage in service to peace and freedom. Every time something like this happens, we should be clamoring for an end to the 9/11 wars and the post-9/11 police state….and for a real investigation of 9/11 and all of the false flag outrages that have followed.
Dr. Kevin Barrett, a Ph.D. Arabist-Islamologist, is one of America’s best-known critics of the War on Terror.
He is Host of TRUTH JIHAD RADIO; a hard driving weekly LIVE call in radio show. He also has appeared many times on Fox, CNN, PBS and other broadcast outlets, and has inspired feature stories and op-eds in the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Tribune, and other leading publications.
Dr. Barrett has taught at colleges and universities in San Francisco, Paris, and Wisconsin, where he ran for Congress in 2008. He currently works as a nonprofit organizer, author, and talk radio host.
This article (What are the odds Las Vegas shooting was a false flag?) was originally published on Veterans Today and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.