In regard to the event that occurred at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida during the early hours of last Sunday, and subsequently made front page headlines around the world; I will not be calling it a ‘False Flag’ event just yet, and I will be leaving the forensic dissection of every photograph and news report that has emerged – to others.
Although some information has emerged over the last few days that hint at the alleged ‘Shooter’ Omar Mateen, being homosexual himself, (ruling out a ‘Homophobic’ Terror Attack) and that at least four other persons are believed to have carried out this attack with him, (ruling out the classic ‘Lone Wolf Terrorist’ theory) there is still not enough available evidence to show what really occurred.
However, I have had some thoughts.
If this attack had happened not at an LBGT nightclub, but at an Outlaw Biker’s Clubhouse for instance ….
The outcome would of course have been markedly different, inasmuch that Mateen would have been taken out almost as soon as he had fired his first shot, let alone been allowed to reload his weapons at least four times (according to some reports) and continue shooting.
And the reporting of such an event would almost certainly not have been covered by the world’s mass media in the same way.
It is doubtful that President Obama would have felt the need to issue a public statement, in fact I very much doubt he would have commented at all.
There would have been little if any public outrage or condemnation.
And would the social commentator and Left-Wing mouthpiece Owen Jones have stormed out of a SkyNews interview after claiming that the event in Orlando was the ‘worst attack committed against LGBT people since the Holocaust’?
I would hazard a guess that the LGBT lobbyist Peter Tatchell, along with the leader of the Green Party Natalie Bennett would not have been photographed holding placards at a vigil for the victims.
Nor would he have tweeted about it to his 65.5k followers.
It would also be a safe bet to assume that the Eiffel Tower would not have been lit up in rainbow, or any related colours to show solidarity with the victims, and I can say with confidence that what I witnessed outside the Town Hall in the City of Chester, England today, and has no doubt been repeated in almost every major city throughout Europe – would certainly not have happened.
*Images of the ‘We stand with Orlando’ vigil, courtesy of the Chester Chronicle*