Waking the Proles

Las Vegas: Two Years Later

Two Years After the Tragedy, Questions Still Remain

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October 01, 2019, marks the second anniversary since the Las Vegas tragedy that resulted in the death of 58 concert goers and injuries to over 500 others.

It was a grand-scale mass shooting that was quickly pulled from the news cycle and thrown down the memory hole to make room for more pressing news such as professional football players kneeling during the National Anthem.

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But for those who aren’t as easily lulled to sleep or given over to distraction, many unanswered questions about this mass causality event still remain, including the nagging inconsistencies and contradictions in the official narrative, the changing timelines, the clear audible proof of gunfire coming from two distinct locations quite a distance apart (see here), numerous witnesses describing multiple shooters at the concert (see herehere, and here), and numerous witnesses describing shooters in other casinos like the Bellagio (see here and here), Planet Hollywood (see here and here), the Aria (see here), and Caesar’s Palace (see here).

Today, on the two-year anniversary, I want to reach deep into the abyss of the memory hole to salvage just one of the many news stories that have been purposely forgotten, and dust it off for your consideration.

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Quotes

Quotes: Similarities you can’t ignore.

“With the passage of time the difference between life in the Soviet Union in the 20th century and life in the Western world today is disappearing. Today, the journalist Julian Assange is undergoing the same kind of state terror and torture as any Soviet dissident, if not worse. The Western media is as controlled as the Soviet media, with print, TV, and public radio serving as a propaganda ministry for government and the interest groups that control government. Social media, such as Facebook and Twitter are systematically denying their platforms to those who express views not supportive of the ruling order and its agendas. It has turned out to be easy to get rid of the First Amendment guarantee of free speech, as the media have neither the ability nor the intention of exercising it.”

Paul Craig Roberts