Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Las Vegas Terror Motive
When a child goes missing, a mother goes out dancing for 31 days rather than searching, a pyschological expert tells us: she wasn't out partying like it appeared. She was actually "grieving."
What if she had cried instead of gone out partying?
That would be grieving too.
What if she had called police?
That would be grieving too.
No matter what Casey Anthony did after taking her child's life, a paid expert would testify to it being appropriate grieving because that is what she was paid to say, under oath.
This is symbolic of the mental health industry today.
We can get an expert to testify to anything we pay for. This is the moral relativism that is our mental health industry today. Media routinely brings on "experts" who affirm the narrative. This is why we have not heard the motive of the terrorist killing in Vegas.
Recently, main stream media interviewed another psychologist who used her moment to politicize her anti Trump stance, in the Vegas terror shooting. When she finished with the political narrative, she said, "Stephen Paddock was not sick." Instead, she blamed the means he employed: "It was the guns. " This is the norm for MSM in each Islamic terrorist attack: shift blame. "Mental illness, Islamophobia (victim blaming), cultural misunderstanding (MSM-speak for "rape" and also victim blaming), PTSD, and so on. It is now fashionable to claim racism to any and every political and personal failure. The word "nazi" no longer means a "national socialist from 1930's-40's Germany" but is code for anyone who disagrees with elitist narrative.
MSM has blamed Valium, gambling debts, real estate, guns, President Trump, law abiding Americans, the NRA, and conservatives, overall for the Vegas terror attack killing. Illogical emotional ramblings from coarse and crude comedians only affirmed the narrative of emotion over reason.
ISIS claimed that Paddock converted 6 months prior to the attack and bestowed upon him the honor of "martyr" for Allah. Before that, they publicly acknowledged Vegas was a target.
MSM has also reported that "no motive will likely ever be known", which is absurd.
The local sheriff has been put in a most uncomfortable position; giving out basic details and view points of his investigators, only to be censured. He appropriately concluded that Stephen Paddock did not likely act alone due to the complexity of the attack.
We then learned that a security guard was lauded as a "hero", even taking a bullet from the killer, promptly followed by a change in time line and the sudden cancellation and disappearance by him.
It was also reported that Stephen Paddock's home was "burglarized." Most people assumed that this was also absurd.
An eyewitness who claimed multiple shooters died in her sleep a week later. Readers here know that if she did, in fact, make the post on Facebook, her account is understandably confused, unreliable and unusable as a witness testimony. The mayhem and confusion, including the neuroaoucistics indicate the appropriate use of her passivity in speech, no matter the motive for posting.
What can we know about the Vegas terrorist attack in which Stephen Paddock killed almost 60 and wounded approximately 500?
We can know:
1. That Stephen Paddock did not kill because of prescription medicine, gambling debts, business failures, or insanity.
2. We can know that MSM continues to refuse journalism instead opting for narrative. We can trust that MSM is not going to report the truth based upon its history, particularly in reporting terorism.
Recall how diligently MSM went to cover up the murder in the Orlando nightclub Islamic terror. The President of the United States heard the killer confess his motive in targeting and killing homosexuals, but lied to the American people, with the assistance of the press. They attempted to exploit the homosexual community's sympathies with one media interviewing the shooter's "boyfriend."
The killer said that he was killing homosexuals as Islam teaches and does in Islamic nations. The American public was given a newly translated 911 call in which "Allah" became "God." At one point, Christians were blamed in media for the killing.
The Orlando Islamist was obedient to Islam and chose his intended victims accordingly. Main Stream Media was deceptive; not wrong, in its reporting.
The Orlando terrorist chose his intended victims according to ideology:
So did Stephen Paddock.
We can know that MSM is unreliable.
3. We can know that Stephen Paddock's girlfriend was unreliable in her statements, highlighting a need to withhold information.
We have the analysis of her statement indicating this. When someone deliberately conceals information, she has a specific need to.
3. We can know the identity of Stephen Paddocks' victims.
The Target of Stephen Paddock
Stephen Paddock committed an act of terror. We know this in spite of the media's refusal because what he did took months of deliberation.
It is not true that the weapons committed this crime, nor that he did this insanely. One who plans, finances and trains for a specific goal is not legally "insane." Although paid psychologists will testify for both the prosecution and the defense, it will be seen not as a random act of violence, but of a well planned, financed and executed act of deliberation. Anger at gambling, or a reaction to medication will both indicate short term results and impulsivity.
This act took months of daily mental processing and active engagement.
The target of Stephen Paddock is critical to understanding motive.
Reportedly wealthy, had he lost money gambling, he might have targeted the casino in a moment of revenge following some trigger of humiliation.
Valium? Prescription medication? He might have fallen asleep only to awaken to an uncontrollable urge to kill the first person in front of him. This would have been impulsive; not something that took months of planning and deliberation.
What do we know about the audience?
There are two distinct things we know about the intended victims in regard to terrorism:
They were country music fans, which even MSM admits would be considered "conservatives."
The campaign rhetoric of 2016 came on the heels of the most divisive "identity politics" leader America has ever had. The consequences were evident before Vegas in the murder rate of police, the rise of ANTIFA fascist violence, the attempts to stop free speech and the overall divide of a nation.
This would give us the possibility that Stephen Paddock took seriously that these people were all "racists", "white supremacists" (including blacks), "homophobic", members of a former German political party, (nazi) and his victims who were "killing the world" by using cars and air conditioners, as Hollywood celebrities often state.
Illogic and Emotion increase the risk of violence. The suspension of reason (called "racist" by BLM terrorists) is always dangerous. When it is coupled with emotion within the moral narcissist, it leads to violent conflict.
Did Stephen Paddock target his victims because they were conservatives?
Those targeted for death and destruction were not only generally conservatives but to the Islamic mind, they were "infidels."
Islam divides the world into two peoples and two lands. They see people as "peacefully submitted" to Allah, or those to be conquered. They see land as "Allah's" and land to be conquered for Allah.
This is the second identification of the intended victims.
Since 9/11, there have been almost 32,000 Islamic terrorist attacks in strict obedience to Islamic teaching in the Koran and haddiths. Barak Obama increased Islamic violence in his words and actions. He declared the "future must not belong to those who slander the prophet Mohammad" at the UN, and he regularly imported those designated "refugees" by religion: Muslims over Christians, at 98% to 99% to 1% to 2% ratio.
Of the actual Islamic attacks, he claimed that they had alternative motives, including those who confessed and quoted the Koran. He claimed that those who deliberately chose non-Muslims, yelled "Allahu Akbar" and quoted the Koran had other motives for killing and that each murderous rampage was a "lone wolf" and "random" attack, with nothing in common other than what we saw:
Motive, planning, execution and confession, all being exactly the same. The impact of concealing Islamic crimes is not lost on the Islamists.
Thus far, ISIS has not shown a willingness to make false claims, with, perhaps, only one claim in dispute.
That they bestowed on Paddock honor as a "soldier of Allah" is significant.
Would they do this as part of "taccquia", the Islamic deception?
What reports do we have supporting this?
We have learned that the shooting may have been video taped, or even live streamed but still do not have clear reporting.
We have learned that Stephen Paddock left a note.
We were told it was "a note to himself" and that it isn't particularly "helpful."
If Stephen Paddock wrote a note prior to the attack or his death, it is revelatory.
Statement Analysis of the note may clear up the "mystery" of the Vegas shooting.
It was an act of terror.
It was planned, financed, trained for, and executed.
It was purposeful.
It caused a great deal of death and destruction.
It was not a random act of an insane person,
It was not a reaction to medication.
It was as purposeful in motive as it was in planning, financing, training and execution.
This was an act of terror.
The Motive of the terror was likely one of two things:
It was likely an act of Islamic political/religious terror, or leftist political terror according to the chosen victims.
That was it was terror is seen in Behavioral Analysis:
It took intention;
planning, training, financing and execution, with this deliberation taking place over months. This means a great deal of time, daily, to withdraw from impulse.
It precludes specific humiliation as a trigger. This, too, is something that is seen, not as a motive, but a trigger. One who is intending or considering terror, may need a specific act of humiliation to trigger, or set in final motion, that which was deliberated before.
The months of planning coincide with both the testimony of ISIS, as well as the increase in violence and specific violent rhetoric from the elitists. This includes words such as "resistance movement, blood in the streets, impeachment," as well as the destruction of monuments of history.
We see signals of deception within the killer's girlfriend, who knew of the potential for bloodshed, and left the country, cash in hand.
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