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    The-m-Ass Shooting in Lost Wages


    Stephen Paddock -- Typpycull Whigger or Mossad / ISIS Agent?

    The story on the Vegas shooting continues to develop. The death toll has now climbed to 50, with hundreds injured.

    Finally, hours after the killer died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, he has been named as Stephen Paddock, 64, a Nevada resident. Police have said he is "known" to them, but details of his previous run-ins with the law have not yet been released.

    Paddock opened fire on a concert from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel. As the event was a country and western show, practically all the victims would be White. Two police officers were also among the slain. This sounds more like the kind of target a Left-wing nutjob would choose than a Right-wing nutjob.


    Also pointing in the same direction is the fact that he was accompanied by a Filipino or Indonesian woman, Marilou Danley, 62, whom police are now reported to have located. She may or may not be a Muslim.

    After police announced her name in connection with the case, there was immediate speculation that the shooter was her husband Geary Danley, who, according to his Facebook page, was a Trump-hating Rachel Maddow fan. This at least would have provided a possible motive for the attack. But, now, with the latest update, the story has moved in a different direction, and at present there is no clear motive, although the shooter hardly seems like the "White supremacist" that Liberals must be praying for.

    Now the rush will be on by the heavily politicised US media to spin the story in such a way as to fit in with various agendas. No doubt the Left will try to present this slaughter as a reason why America needs more gun control. The cuckservative Right will probably counter with some schmaltz about the need for more church attendance or something else equally "kumbaya."

    From an Alt-Right perspective, the shooter looks like a vacuous, selfish, race-mixing boomer, the epitome of the spiritual emptiness and moral nihilism created by 20th century American materialism. In one of the few released pictures of Paddock (the one above) he seems to be some sort of "sex tourist," drinking in a bar with a younger brown woman. It is not known where the photo was taken.

    The next few days should provide some interesting background on Paddock and uncover his motives, assuming he had any besides suicidal nihilism.


    In an initial response to events on this site, we speculated that the shooting might be the work of the terrorist group ISIS, instead of some fucked up boomer unable to deal with the fact that the Summer of Love ended in 1968. We therefore sincerely apologise to ISIS for implying they were at fault for this tragic incident.

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    Default At least 59 killed in Las Vegas shooting rampage, more than 500 others injured

    At least 59 killed in Las Vegas shooting rampage, more than 500 others injured


    LAS VEGAS — Perched in his suite at a high-rise hotel overlooking the Vegas Strip, a 64-year-old retiree with no real criminal history and no known affiliations with terror groups rained bullets down into a crowd at a country music festival Sunday, killing at least 59 people and injuring hundreds more in the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history.

    The attack, at least initially, was as inexplicable as it was horrifying. Law enforcement officials said they could not immediately tell what drove Stephen Paddock to fire at thousands of unsuspecting concertgoers from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino before killing himself.

    Authorities said a sweep of law enforcement databases showed Paddock had no known run-ins with police, and — despite the Islamic State’s repeated claims otherwise — investigators also could not find any connections to international terrorist groups. He was the son of a notorious bank robber and his own crime demonstrated some amount of sophisticated planning.

    [Route 91 Harvest festival: The Las Vegas ‘sleepover’ that ended in a nightmare]

    Police said he stayed in a large hotel suite for several days and aroused no suspicion, bringing with him an arsenal of 23 guns — their calibers ranging from .223 to .308, some with scopes — authorities said. One of the weapons he apparently used in the attack was an AK-47 type rifle, with a stand used to steady it for firing, people familiar with the case said. He fired, without warning, from an elevated position on an open-air venue, leaving his victims few options to avoid harm.

    “I can’t get into the mind of a psychopath,” said Joseph Lombardo, the sheriff of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, which is leading the investigation.

    Investigators on Monday searched Paddock’s home and another piece of property he owned, and they hoped to review surveillance footage and other electronic equipment to determine how and why Paddock perpetrated an unprecedented massacre.

    Among the questions they have: How a former accountant with a penchant for high-stakes gambling obtained a weapon that sounded to those on the ground like it could fire as an automatic, and how he was able to bring it and many other weapons into a Vegas hotel suite undetected.

    Lombardo said hotel staff had been in and out of the two-room suite, which Paddock had stayed in since Sept. 28, and spotted nothing “nefarious,” though he had more than 10 suitcases.

    “It wasn’t evident that he had weapons in his room” before the shooting, Lombardo said.

    Investigators believe at least one of the guns functioned as if it were fully automatic, and they are now trying to determine if he modified it or other weapons to be capable of spitting out a high volume of fire just by holding down the trigger, people familiar with the case said.

    Gun purchase records indicate Paddock legally bought more than two dozen firearms across a period of years, according to a person close to the investigation. Guns & Guitars, a store in Mesquite, Nev., said in a statement that Paddock purchased some of his weapons there, but employees followed all procedures required by law, and Paddock “never gave any indication or reason to believe he was unstable or unfit at any time.” Lombardo said Paddock also seemed to have purchased guns in Arizona.

    Investigators also found at least 19 additional firearms, thousands of rounds of ammunition and the chemical tannerite, an explosive, at Paddock’s home in Mesquite, Nev. They also found ammonium nitrate, a chemical that can be used in bomb-making, in Paddock’s vehicle, Lombardo said.

    More than 22,000 people had been at the Route 91 Harvest festival, a three-day country music concert with grounds across the street from the Mandalay Bay resort, when the shooting began about 10 p.m. Sunday, according to police. As country star Jason Aldean played what was expected to be one of the last sets of the night, Paddock opened fire — his bullets flying from a window on the casino’s golden facade, which Paddock had smashed with some type of hammer.

    Aldean fled the stage. Thousands began racing for safety under the neon glow and glitz of the Vegas Strip.

    [Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock enjoyed gambling, country music, lived quiet life before massacre]

    “People were getting shot at while we were running, and people were on the ground bleeding, crying and screaming. We just had to keep going,” said Dinora Merino, 28, a dealer at the Ellis Island casino who was at the concert with a friend. “There are tents out there and there’s no place to hide. It’s just an open field.”

    The death toll in Las Vegas was massive, surpassing the 49 people slain by a gunman in Orlando in June 2016. That shooter, who later said he was inspired by the Islamic State, opened fire inside a crowded nightclub. And Lombardo said the number of dead from Sunday’s concert shooting could rise, as an additional 527 were thought to have been injured.

    The dead included a behavioral therapist who was soon to be married, a nursing assistant from Southern California, a commercial fisherman and an off-duty Las Vegas city police officer. Two other officers who were on duty were injured, police said; one was in stable condition after surgery, and the other sustained minor injuries. Another off-duty officer with the Bakersfield Police Department in Southern California also sustained non-life threatening injuries, according to a statement from the department.

    Some of the wounded were injured not by gunfire, but in the ensuing chaos. One 55-year-old California woman who declined to give her last name said she was “trampled” trying to flee what she initially thought were fireworks. Clark County Fire Chief Greg Cassell said responders saw a “wide range” of injuries, including gunshot victims, those wounded by shrapnel, people who were trampled and people who were hurt jumping fences.

    But those who ran said they could clearly see the gunman’s toll in the bullet wounds on those around them.

    Taylor Benge, 21, said that when the lights came on he realized that “about five feet to the left of me there was a man with a bullet wound to his chin.”

    “He was just lifeless on the ground,” he said. He said he and his sister threw themselves on the ground as the gunfire continued, then ran for the exit. “My jeans are covered in someone’s blood, my T-shirt is covered in someone’s blood, my sister’s whole leg was covered in blood,” Benge said.

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    Jonathan Smith — who came to Vegas to celebrate his brother’s 43rd birthday — was shot at least twice, including once in the neck.

    “I really didn’t want to die,” Smith said.

    Syed Saquib, a surgeon on duty Sunday night at University Medical Center, said the hospital treated 104 patients, most of whom had gunshot wounds.

    “Those that could be saved, were saved,” Saquib said. “There were a few that came in with devastating, non-survivable injuries.”

    Police and hotel security ultimately scoured several floors of the hotel looking for the shooter and came upon Paddock’s suite, Lombardo said. At some point, Paddock fired through the door and hit a security guard in the leg, he said, adding that the guard is expected to survive. SWAT officers ultimately stormed the room and some fired shots, though Paddock is believed to have killed himself, Lombardo said. He was not counted in the death toll that authorities reported.

    President Trump ordered flags flown at half-staff and said he would visit Las Vegas on Wednesday. He praised the “miraculous” speed with which local law enforcement responded to the shooting — asserting that their actions saved lives — though he noted that hundreds were still mourning the loss of loved ones. Answers for them, he said, would “not come easy.”

    “It was an act of pure evil,” Trump said during remarks from the White House.

    [What we know about the Las Vegas shooting]

    Visitors, residents and officials filled the pews at the Guardian Angel Cathedral on Monday looking for comfort and unity during an emotional interfaith service. Hundreds of people wiped tears and embraced, and during a moment of silence, community religious leaders rang a gong 59 times to honor the dead.

    Steve Sisolak, Clark County Commission Chair from Las Vegas, praised the police for their quick response and commended the outpouring of support from the community; more than 25,000 people have donated to a fundraising effort for victims and people have been waiting eight hours in line to donate blood, he said.

    “Las Vegas will never be quite the same as a result of this,” Sisolak said. But, he said, “We’ll be back.”

    Eric Paddock, Stephen Paddock’s brother, said he was stunned to learn that his brother could be responsible for such violence.

    Stephen Paddock had no history of mental illness nor did he have problems with drugs or alcohol, Eric Paddock said, noting that his brother was a high-stakes gambler, sometimes wagering hundreds of dollars on a single hand of video poker.

    When he spoke to the FBI, Eric Paddock said he showed agents three years of text messages from his brother, including one that mentioned winning $250,000 at a casino. A federal law enforcement official said investigators had reviewed reports suggesting Paddock engaged in high-dollar gambling, and they are trying to determine whether he faced financial strains.

    Eric Paddock said his brother was “wealthy,” in part because he had no children to support. Stephen Paddock had worked in the past as an accountant, and he had real estate investments in the Orlando area, Eric Paddock said.

    Eric Paddock said he knew his brother had guns — Stephen once took Eric’s children skeet shooting — though not the sort of weaponry that police discovered.

    Police said they believe Paddock was a “lone wolf” attacker, though they were still interested in speaking more with a woman named Marilou Danley who lived with him in Mesquite, Nev., a little more than an hour outside of Las Vegas on the Arizona border. Police had said they were searching for Danley, Paddock’s girlfriend, in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, but they later said she was outside the country — as of Monday afternoon, in Tokyo — and not involved in the shooting.

    “We still consider her a person of interest,” Lombardo said Monday. He said investigators also are exploring a report that Paddock attended a different music festival in September.

    Not long after the shooting, the Islamic State claimed responsibility, though law enforcement authorities were quick to reject that assertion. “We have determined, to this point, no connection with an international terrorist group,” Aaron Rouse, the special agent in charge of the FBI in Las Vegas, said at a news briefing.

    The FBI was involved in the case — and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was helping trace the weapons — but they said they were supporting local authorities in Las Vegas. Homeland Security officials said there were no specific, credible threats to other public venues across the country.

    [A fire alarm from gun smoke led police to the Las Vegas shooter’s room, retired officer says]

    The FBI had a previous dealing with the Paddock family, though it did not initially seem to involve Stephen. Eric Paddock said his father was Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, a convicted bank robber and con-man described in a wanted poster as “psychopathic’’ with suicidal tendencies. But Eric Paddock said that his father, who escaped from prison in 1969 and was at one point on the FBI’s list of most-sought-after and dangerous criminals, was not around during their childhood. Benjamin Paddock was apprehended in 1978, according to news reports.

    Relatives said Stephen Paddock, a licensed pilot who owned two airplanes, was a quiet man who often went to Las Vegas to gamble and view concerts. In a statement, Lockheed Martin, the defense giant, said that Paddock worked for them for three years in the 1980s.

    A former neighbor of Stephen Paddock’s recalled that his home in a 55-and-over community in Florida looked more akin to a college freshman’s dorm, with nothing on the walls and only a few pieces of furniture.

    “One of the first times we met him, he told me he lived there, in Vegas,” Don Judy, his next-door neighbor in the community until two years ago, recalled. “He explained that he was a gambler, and a prospector. He said he was buying this house to check it out for his mother … and that if she liked it, he planned to buy another next door with a floor plan like ours.”

    Soon, Judy said, Paddock put up a for-sale sign and was gone, saying that he was moving back to Las Vegas.

    Zapotosky, Barrett and Berman reported from Washington. Tim Craig, Felicia Mello and Heather Long in Las Vegas; Barbara Liston in Orlando; Justin Glawe in Mesquite, Tex.; and Derek Hawkins, Travis M. Andrews, Brian Murphy, Wesley Lowery and Julie Tate in Washington contributed to this report.

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    Default FAKE FAKITY FAKE - Jewtube Whiggers Rebel Against ZOG Narrative of Mass Vegas Shooting

    FAKE FAKITY FAKE - Jewtube Whiggers Rebel Against ZOG Narrative of Mass Vegas Shooting


    It's amazing how quickly these hoaxes are being exposed. Just going through videos now and I will link any that I find are coonvincing. As ZOG crumbles, the lies are getting bigger. All former shootings have been hoaxes, so there is no reason to believe this one is any different. Below are videos I watched, which are pretty good. And then I have a link to other videos that are already showing up on Jewtube.


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    He had to be reminded by the nigger newshost to stay on script..LMAO. This is hilarious. He fucked up by saying "production area." LMAO


    Video of Event as It Happened. All You Hear are Shots, but No One Getting Hit




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    Default Vegas False Flag Patsy "Paddock" Family Are Jews Involved with ZOG Organizations

    Vegas False Flag Patsy "Paddock" Family Are Jews Involved with ZOG Organizations


    Lots of miscellaneous info exposing the Paddock Family as jews involved with ZOG at the highest levels.

    Jew Eric Paddock, Brother of False Flag Patsy, Wears Shirt of Organization Tied to Orlando Pulse Nightclub False Flag Attack



    Creepy Video of Jew Eric Paddock Lying about Vegas False Flag Attack Pinned on His Kike Brother, Stephen

    You can really see his jew facial features here, and hear his schizophrenic jew gibberish

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    Default ZOG False Flag Fake Shooting Narrative Falling Apart as Even Morons Realize "Shooter" Had NO MOTIVE

    ZOG False Flag Fake Shooting Narrative Falling Apart as Even Morons Realize "Shooter" Had NO MOTIVE



    "We Have No Idea" Police Struggle With Motive Behind Vegas Shooting

    As the investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history enters its second day, local and federal law enforcement agencies are struggling to answer one of the most fundamental questions about the shooter, 64-year-old Mesquite, Nevada resident Stephen Paddock:

    Namely - why would a millionaire real-estate investor with no known affiliations to controversial religious or political groups commit such a horrifying act?

    Here’s Reuters:

    The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock, 64, left no immediate hint of his motive for the arsenal of high-powered weaponry he amassed, including [42] guns, or the carnage he inflicted on a crowd of 22,000 attending an outdoor country music festival.

    Paddock was not known to have served in the military, or to have suffered from a history of mental illness or to have registered any inkling of social disaffection, political discontent or radical views on social media.

    Police have said they believed Paddock acted alone, but have been at a loss to explain what might have precipitated the shooting, which left nearly 60 people dead and more than 500 people injured after the shooting sparked a stampede and the 20,000 attendees at the Route 91 Harvest festival rushed for the exits.

    The shooter's brother, Eric Paddock:

    “We have no idea what his belief system was,” Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo told reporters. “I can’t get into the mind of a psychopath.”

    No one knows what inspired Paddock to inflict such mass tragedy. But based on what authorities have found, he may have been planning something even worse. Police discovered several pounds of ammonium nitrate, a material used to make explosives, in Paddock's car.

    Another angle popularized by some conservative media organizations was that Paddock was motivated by far-left groups like Antifa, amid rumors that Antifa-related "materials" were found in his hotel room.

    Initially, ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, saying Paddock converted to Islam months ago. However, federal law enforcement officials said they haven’t uncovered evidence of any links between Paddock and Islamic State, or indications that he was affiliated with any terrorist organization, or Antifa.

    According to WSJ, It wasn’t immediately clear what Paddock, who had once worked at a predecessor firm to Lockheed Martin, most recently did for a living. His brother described him as a wealthy, millionaire retiree who made some of his money through real-estate investments. His brother, Eric Paddock, added that Paddock had no known political or religious affiliations, and that he “was just a guy who liked to go to Vegas and play video poker.”

    Police in Mesquite, Nevada, where the shooter lived prior to the attack, had no prior knowledge of the gunman – neither did authorities in a Texas town near Dallas where Paddock had once lived.

    "I don't know how it could have been prevented," said Sheriff Lombardo.

    Paddock was divorced with no known children.

    Eric Paddock, who lives in Orlando, Florida, said he was stunned to learn his brother was responsible, insisting that he must’ve “snapped.”

    "We're still just completely befuddled. Dumbstruck."

    He described his brother as having "no history of violence. No history of anything couldn't give a s--- less about politics, religion, pointy hatted people etc, etc. He just wanted to get a freaking royal flush." Eric Paddock insisted that he was unaware that his brother had accumulated such an extensive arsenal, and said he’d only ever known him to possess a few handguns, and maybe a rifle, which he had kept in a safe.

    Several vigils were held Monday night to honor the victims of the shooting. Community members gathered in Reno, Las Vegas, the Nellis Air Force Base and at the campus of University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

    Perhaps more will be revealed in the coming days – though it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that the public may never learn why Paddock did what he did.

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    Default Anatomy of a False Flag - Fake Events Happen During Training Exercises

    Anatomy of a False Flag - Fake Events Happen During Training Exercises


    Many of the false flags are done during training exercises, so no one really knows what's going on. The clip below talks about this in the Vegas area. It is from the Hoaxbusters website. The broadcast went out last weekend before the Vegas "shooting."


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