by Scott Creighton
So the medical reports have been released for Aaron Alexis, the Navy Yard Shooting patsy. For those of you who can remember past the 6 weeks that the establish figures is the average person’s limit, you will recall the stand-down order that kept a tactical team from entering the building just minutes after the mass casualty event began. You might also remember the various discrepancies relating to how and where the shooter was seen and killed.
All that aside, we were told that Aaron Alexis, a contractor working at the Navy Yard, went off one day for no apparent reason (as almost all of the American Gladio patsies did) and took a shotgun into the highly secured building and started killing off employees because he was “crazy”
Well, his medical reports don’t reflect that type of history. So, what does the complicit media do with that aspect of the story, an aspect that doesn’t fit in their official narrative?
They say it’s a lie, that he had to be crazy because…. (?)
The gunman who killed 12 people in last year’s rampage at Washington’s Navy Yard lied so convincingly to Veterans Affairs doctors before the shootings that they concluded he had no mental health issues despite serious problems and encounters with police during the same period, according to a review by The Associated Press of his confidential medical files.
Just weeks before the shootings, a doctor treating him for insomnia noted that the patient worked for the Defense Department but wrote hauntingly “no problem there.”
The AP obtained more than 100 pages of treatment and disability claims evaluation records for Aaron Alexis, spanning more than two years. They show Alexis complaining of minor physical ailments, including foot and knee injuries, slight hearing loss and later insomnia, but resolutely denying any mental health issues. He directly denied having suicidal or homicidal thoughts when government doctors asked him about it just three weeks before the shootings.” AP
As most of us have figured out by now, one of the main goals of the American Gladio campaign is to enact a national “mental hygiene” law related to gun ownership. It’s not so much that the powers that be want to disarm EVERYONE… just the people they don’t want to have the ability to protect themselves. In order for that to work, each of the patsies have to be judged mentally ill prior to their motiveless rampages.
Every reference to Aaron’s “hearing voices” or his statements regarding low frequency sound all come from law enforcement sources or the FBI who supposedly found an electronic letter typed by Aaron making these claims. With the recent behavior of the FBI, you can take all of that with a grain of salt in my opinion.
If you take away the ‘crazed lone gunman” story, the official narrative falls apart especially with all the other oddities surrounding it. Like always the official story-tellers of the empire don’t let facts get in the way.
This is an important part of this operation because you see, most of the people they are going to want to strip of their constitutional rights (and probably their freedom) aren’t fucking crazy.
That is the insidiousness of the mental hygiene law; it’s not designed to keep psychos from obtaining weapons, it’s designed to keep sane people from protecting themselves. So the idea that the targets of this law are “lying” to doctors is very important. There won’t be histories of mental illness in many of the mental hygiene cases… so of course, they were “lying”
That makes them not only crazy, but maliciously crazy. Crazy with an evil intent so no one knows they’re crazy until their evil deeds are accomplished. Either that or the official story of these American Gladio operations are just total shit with the patsies having no motive what-so-ever and the press is incapable of understanding that painfully obvious fact.
So who’s maliciously crazy now? Aaron Alexis or the AP?
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