Op-Ed: Things that have people questioning the LAX shooting


Alex Allen
Digital Journal
November 6, 2013

LAX police aim their weapons during an active shooter drill conducted weeks before the Nov 1 shooting.

LAX police aim their weapons during an active shooter drill conducted weeks before the Nov 1 shooting.

There are several questions being raised by various individuals and groups regarding the official narrative of the LAX shooting. And not all of the skepticism is grounded in crackpot paranoia.

The term “false flag” is thrown around quite a bit these days. It seem as though there’s always a reason to suspect that any large event these days could have been staged or planned out by someone behind the scenes in the criminal factions of our increasingly shady corporate-controlled government. And it’s not crazy to suggest that so-called “false flags” are real. Not only have they been executed under tyrannical regimes (like when Adolf Hitler burned down the Reichstag in order to place the blame on the Communists and roll out Martial Law) but they have also been planned and executed by shady and criminal elements within the United States government. In March of 1962, for example, President John F. Kennedy was presented with “Operation Northwoods,” a series of proposals that called for the CIA and others to commit acts of terrorism in U.S. cities and blame it on Cuba.

So knowing the fact that false flags do exist, even within our own government, wouldn’t it be wise to analyze a situation that seems a little suspicious? That’s exactly what I hope to do in this article with regards to the LAX shooting. So below I’ve written out a list of some of the major details of this shooting that have some people scratching their heads.

1.) Prior Training for the Exact Same Scenario - As reported by Digital Journalist Elliott Freeman late last week, the LAX police allegedly prepared for a shooting at an airport just a few days prior to the actual shooting. LAX Police Chief Patrick Gannon is even quoted as saying, “We practiced to this not more than 3 weeks ago. We took every one of our patrol officers and a couple hundred officers from the Los Angeles Police Department and we practiced the exact scenario we played out today.”

2.) Narrative Attacks Political Enemies - In order to have a false flag, you have to have someone to blame it on; and who better than your political enemies? As I pointed out in my last op-ed yesterday, government white papers prove that they are labeling Libertarians, constitutionalists, gun owners, conservatives, and radical liberals as terrorists, extremists, and criminals. Following the shooting, investigators have allegedly discovered that the shooter was not only anti-government and anti-TSA but also mentioned “fiat currency” and the New World Order in his notes.

3.) Alleged Shooter Unable to Speak - The Guardian reported yesterday that, due to being wounded so badly, the alleged shooter was unable to speak with investigators and answer their questions, leaving them to form their own conclusions and piece things together themselves. How convenient.

4.) The Shooter’s Name – This one may be a little far-fetched but it’s certainly worth pointing out. Many people are interested by the fact that the alleged shooter’s last name spells out CIA-n-CIA. You can even hear a TV news reporter in this clip spelling it out, saying “CIA” twice. Some people believe that this is a joke to subconsciously suggest that the shooter was a CIA operative or that the whole thing was staged by the CIA. (Again, this one’s a little far fetched but it is interesting.)

So after piecing all of these things together, we may not have on official conclusion as to whether or not this was a false flag staged event. But it’s certainly clear to see why some people are questioning the official narrative.

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