False flag in Vegas?
by Jon Rappoport
October 3, 2017
False flags always target the psychological state of mind of the public. Mind control is the goal.
To boil it down, a false flag is an operation staged to blame someone for a crime, someone who didn’t commit the crime.
Why? Because by blaming that person or group, and by convincing many others to blame that person or group, you achieve an important objective.
Simplistic over-exaggerated version: “Last night, a homeless man was found shot dead in an alley. The gun was found next to his body. The Mayor’s fingerprints were on the [planted] gun. The Mayor was arrested at his office. The election nears. The Mayor’s opponent now appears to have a clear path to victory…”
Less simplistic version: “…the worst mass shooting in US history. Stephen Paddock, 64, has been named as the Las Vegas shooter. He is dead. He killed 58 people at a concert and wounded 515 others. In the Congress, calls are rising for new gun control laws…”
But, as it turns out, the evidence suggests there were multiple shooters in the Mandalay Hotel. Paddock may or may not have been one of them. The overall operation was designed to invoke widespread horror and fear, and usher in new restrictions on gun ownership…
The other possible shooters in the hotel would have been professionals, tasked with killing as many people as possible at the country music concert.
Gun control would not be the only agenda in this false flag.