Global Research By Stephen Lendman Posted Thurs., June 16, 2016
Whether true or not, this awaits credible evidence proving it. A previous article called it highly unlikely for one gunman to kill or injure over 100 victims single-handedly before SWAT police stopped him.
Orlando shootings bore distinct earmarks of state-sponsored false flag deception, not terrorism as widely reported.
A Sunday Facebook posting, now deleted, by a man named Cody Agnew, claimed “bits of information that the media are not telling us. There were two others that were in the club slaughtering people last night that were not caught.”
He said his “employee’s sister…was at the club when the whole situation went down… She took 12 bullets…She is coherent, fairly stable, and VERY lucky to still be alive.”
“(T)wo others (involved) are still out there and they are armed and dangerous. The media (are) not reporting this because they don’t want to scare people…”
While these statements have been verified and corroborated, the post went viral on Facebook, Reddit, Twitter and Instagram before being deleted. No evidence of bodies exists, no video footage inside the Pulse nightclub – nothing verifying what did or didn’t happen.
The ISIS Connection
Connecting Orlando to ISIS is spurious (false), an entity created by Us intelligence and supported by Washington and its Middle East allies (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Gulf States). Why would its members or supporters want the hand feeding it bitten?
Orlando is being used to stoke fear, Clinton and Trump using the incident to show who’s toughest. Chances of being struck by lightning are greater than becoming a terrorist attack victim – death or injury by auto accident or disease infinitely higher.
Separately, Belgian and French authorities claim ISIS fighters returning to Europe plan attacks on their countries. Why would they when NATO supports them?
A video circulating online before being deleted, attributed to someone called Abballa, pledged allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
It showed the attacker killing a police commander and his partner on Monday. After police raided his house and killed him, they allegedly found a list of other potential targets, according to Paris prosecutor Francois Molins.
These type incidents are used to stoke fear, manipulating public opinion to go along with what otherwise would be opposed – facilitating endless wars and police state crackdowns on vital freedoms fast disappearing.
The only major threat Americans and Europeans face are extremist elements infesting their governments – deploring peace, waging endless wars, force-feeding austerity, legislating tyranny, intending it to be full-blown.