#KeepDancingOrlando ? When Massa Mickey says DANCE! you Dance

by Scott Creighton (H/T Slava Matlin)

When events in the American Gladio campaign take place, one of the first instincts for the leadership class of the town or city involved has to be centered around self preservation. If it’s a city that centers on industry (not many left here in the states) then the first inclination of the spin doctors working for the city would be to assure the financial investment class that they are #BackToWork so that the global speculators don’t write them off or worse, start pulling capitol out of their localities.

In the case of Orlando, the main industry is fun. Tourists don’t go to Orlando to be depressed. They want to enjoy the illusion, not dread the stark reality of what happened (?) . They have enough reality at home.

With that in mind, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office has put together a little video of them dancing around at a mock press conference, in their offices and on the streets of the city. It’s marketed as a “healing” move but in the stark reality of what happened (?) there on June 12, you have too understand, it’s not about “healing” the hearts and minds of Orlando citizens as much as it is about “healing” the profit margins of the tourist industry in the city. These “fun” based industries certainly hold a lot of sway with the local politicians who could tell the Sheriff’s Office what to do and when.

Below the fold I have posted the video which I find extremely offensive. It should be noted that the Youtube video was posted to the official Orange County Sheriff’s Office Youtube page where it has received twice as many “dislike” votes as it has “likes”

You will also notice the date it was posted, July 1st. That’s about 3 weeks after the shooting (?) at the Pulse nightclub which supposedly took 49 lives and seriously injured another 53 citizens of Orlando.

A video like this isn’t made overnight. With all the different locations and shoots presented in the video, one has too assume it took at least a week to film and then edit and process. Perhaps more.

So now our timeline is probably looking at around 2 weeks if not less, after the shooting at Pulse, these guys were planning a dance video hoping it would go viral. That’s their hashtag up there in the title. The PR campaign came up with that one as well.

This video is offensive on many levels and I don’t have to spell all of them out for you because I have copied a couple choice comments from the Youtube page. These comments happened to be rated as well and the ones I am going to post below the video were the “Top” comments, receiving the most “like” votes.

Between the comments and the “Dislike” and “Like” votes, it should tell you just how much of a “fail” this effort of theirs was.

I find it offensive because it was CLEARLY done at the behest of Orlando’s monied interests.

More than likely, they put pressure on the Sheriff and got them to go out and dance around while the bodies of the victims were barely cold in the ground and they did that thinking it would help their profit margins.

It’s disrespectful to the people who were injured or killed at Pulse and equally disrespectful to the men and women of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

But that’s how these rich fuckers view public servants, like they are their personal possessions or as an asset belonging to their multinational corporation. So when massa says “dance” so they can make some more money, you dance. And you better smile while your dancing cus Mickey Mouse is watching.

I can’t think of a better example, a nice quiet example of what happens when Big Business owns cities and towns in America. Corporations think of only one thing and they don’t care who they hurt or, as in this case, who they demean in their pursuit of the glorious profits.

When they say dance, you get out there and dance.

Some of the comments I will post below the video are very angry at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for doing this video, and rightly so.

My disgust is focused more on the local politicians the sheriff himself. County employees have county jobs. That means good pay, great benefits and a retirement plan that doesn’t involve working until you’re 70 and you drop dead from exhaustion.

In this economy, who the hell can blame them. When Massa Mickey says “DANCE!” you damn well better dance and look like you are having the time of your life while doing it.

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Why Pulse Nightclub Shooter Never IDed Himself as Omar Mateen (lawyers told him not to)

by Scott Creighton

(I am breaking an article I wrote yesterday into two (to? tu? ptu? too?) parts in the interest of clarity. I brought up two issues in the one piece and I think they both import points of interest that need to stand alone in order for them to receive maximum consideration. Sorry for the repeat guys)

UPDATE at the end of the article

Do you want the real smoking gun from the Pulse nightclub shooting? Do you want to know why the Justice Department and even President Obama himself are asking a Florida judge to deny the release of the 911 and negotiation audio files from that night?

The answer to those questions is hidden in the text of the FBI release from June 20th, 2016 (found in JPEG format at end of article).

And it’s the most startlingly obvious confession through omission that I have ever seen. It’s so obvious, I’m disappointed I didn’t see it sooner.

It has been reported that Omar Mateen sent his wife a text or two during the standoff somewhere around 4am. He said “do you see what is going on?’ It is reported that she said she loved him. Also reported is the fact that she tried to call him on that same phone, but he refused to answer. Apparently at no point did he describe himself to her during the texts as “Omar Mateen”. The texts coming from his phone were identification enough.

And he didn’t answer the phone when she called.

Why wouldn’t he pick up the phone? He was calling everyone else that night from 911 to the cops to a local TV station. So why not his wife when she called?

Because of all four of those potential conversation partners, she’s the only one who would have recognized his voice.

His voice by the way, is a matter of public record thanks to that documentary he was in. That’s probably why it’s so important for certain folks to keep the audio files of it from public scrutiny.

But that’s not the smoking gun. This is:

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Judge Napolitano was simply wrong (please stop repeating his red herring)

by Scott Creighton

(I am breaking an article I wrote yesterday into two (to? tu? ptu? too?) parts in the interest of clarity. I brought up two issues in the one piece and I think they both import points of interest that need to stand alone in order for them to receive maximum consideration. Sorry for the repeat guys)

UPDATE at end of article

First of all, please stop reporting about Judge Napolitano saying “the FBI report says no one died during the Pulse nightclub shooting until the tactical team entered the building at around 5:15am” in the morning. Napalitano was simply wrong.

He made that comment on the same day the Feds released the transcript of the 9/11 call and the summary of the negotiation between authorities and a person who claimed to be “the shooter”. That was June 20th, the same day I covered the story.

 

  • 2:02 a.m.: OPD call transmitted multiple shots fired at Pulse nightclub.
  • 2:04 a.m.: Additional OPD officers arrived on scene.
  • 2:08 a.m.: Officers from various law enforcement agencies made entrance to Pulse and engaged the shooter.

 

Fact is, the Feds report that gunfire broke out from inside the club at around 2:02am and from there an assailant came out of the front of the club, engaged in gunfire with authorities outside, then retreated back into the club where officers followed and continued the gunfight with assailant until said assailant retreated further into the bathroom at 2:15am or so and the 3 hour hostage standoff began.

How accurate that description of the event is, is anyone’s guess… but the fact is, the report from the FBI released that day does not say if anyone died or did not die during that initial shooting spree inside the club before they went outside nor does it say if anyone died or did not die during the gunfight that occurred which drove the assailant into the bathroom.

What it says is, and where Judge gets it wrong is… the report says shots were not fired DURING THE THREE HOUR STANDOFF. And that is true. The report does say that.

“Based on OPD radio communications, there were no reports of shots being fired inside Pulse between the initial exchange of gunfire between responding officers and shooter, and the time of the final breach.”

That is very different than saying “no one died before 5:15am”. The FBI report does not say that nor does it “seem to imply it” as the head of Global Research is inaccurately reporting today (once again thanks to a bunch of people regurgitating Judge N.’s bad evaluation of the report)

This has got to stop.

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Obama Admin Tells Florida Agencies To Deny Public Records Requests On Orlando Attack

from the Daily Caller

While Attorney General Loretta Lynch holds firm to her claim that the motive of Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen may never be known, the FBI is instructing Florida agencies that responded to the attack that night to deny requests for public records pertaining to the case.

Mateen called police several times during the three hour ordeal to declare his allegiance to ISIS, yet only a fraction of his discussions with authorities that night have been released to the public — first an edited version, than an unedited one.

In response to a lawsuit by local media seeking the release of the 911 audio, the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office released a letter they got from the FBI instructing them to deny all requests for information and refer news outlets seeking information to the feds, the Orlando Sentinel reports.

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Ataturk Airport Bombing ala Gladio 2.0, Steals Headlines from Benghazi/CIA Commission Report

by Scott Creighton

You can always count on “ISIS™” to strike at the most opportune moment for Western interests. This is a pattern that has been well established in recent “ISIS™” history.

When we started loosing control of our puppet regime in war-torn Libya and the people started rising up to kick our corrupt cronies to the curb, “ISIS™” suddenly showed up and thus we had all the justification we needed to start bombing again.

It works something like this:

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When globalist interests wanted Japan to tear-up their peace constitution making way for Obama’s “pivot to Asia”, “ISIS™” decided to make a ridiculous beheading video featuring Hapless Haruna which was so badly Photoshoped, not only did Fox News have to admit it was a fake, but the Japanese people started up a bad Photoshop contest making fun of the “news’ story.

On Dec. 25th, 2014, I entered the contest with this effort. Notice how it pulls “ISIS™” into the all important War on Christmas? Subtle, huh?

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I think I should have won but since I’m not Japanese and since I made it with Autocad and not Photoshop, I was disqualified. Racist bastards.

Truth is, there is a VERY long history of “ISIS™” popping up just where they are needed to justify whatever the CIA or the MIC or NATO or Obama wants at the moment. Unless you are brain-dead or a total shill (or coward), you cannot deny it.

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25 Media Outlets Suing for 911 Calls, Recording of FBI Negotiations and Police Body-cam Footage from Pulse Nightclub Shooting

by Scott Creighton

25 major media outlets including the Orlando Sentinel are suing the city of Orlando for the release of some vital information relating to the Pulse nightclub mass casualty event that happened a couple weeks ago.

Notably, they want the audio recording of the FBI negotiation with the shooter, the audio recording of the 911 call he made during the standoff in which the feds claim he proclaimed his “allegiance to ISIS” and any body-cam footage from responding officers involved in the initial attack and the final shootout some three hours later.

The city of Orlando is fighting the release of these details, which are often released to the public when requested, on the grounds that “the FBI has asked the city to withhold information.”

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#Enough ? Not Yet…. All Four Gun Control Amendments Go Down in Flames Via Party-line Voting

by Scott Creighton

As the senate was fully stocked for the first time all year (all 100 senators decided to show up tonight) there were a contingent of civilians in the balcony wearing orange tee-shirts which read “#Enough” signifying they have had “enough” and want action on gun control legislation. Some were activists, others family members of recent victims. They were soon to find out they haven’t had enough just yet as the senate voted on 4 amendments relating to their core issue.

Afterward, standing at a podium adorned with the orange #Enough logo, Harry Reid tried his best to put a good spin on the night’s voting in the senate as Chuck Schumer openly blamed the republicans for not stepping across party lines to vote with Dems on various unconstitutional gun control amendments. Harry said there are “only 46 of us” and they were doing their best.

All four of the amendments brought up for a vote after the filibuster the other night went down in flames on nearly perfect party-line votes.

  • Feinstein (D-CA) amendment – blocking gun sales to people on “no fly” list – 47 yea (Dems), 53 nay (Reps)
  • Cornyn (R-TX) amendment – requiring court order to delay “no fly” list gun sales for 72 hours for court order – 53 yea (Reps), 47 nay (Reps)
  • Murphey (D-CT) amendment – background checks at gunshows – 44 yea (Dems), 56 nay (Reps)
  • Grassley (R-IA) amendment – increasing funding for background checks – 53 yea (Reps), 47 nay (Dems)

Truth be told, the dems could easily have crossed party lines to vote on at least one of the republican written amendments but they chose not to. Same holds true for the republicans, though at least in their favor, the ones written by the Dems stand in stark contrast to constitutional law and several Supreme Court rulings.

The two bills I wrote about the other day were not brought up tonight in the senate and I am glad of that. I am also glad the Feinstein amendment (which is very similar (if not the same thing) to one I did write about, using not only the “no fly” list to strip folks of their constitutional rights but also other arbitrary lists put together in secret) failed.

It’s hard too say where this goes from here but at least those 4 measures have been temporarily put to pasture.

When it was over, the senator from Ohio got up and talked for 10 minutes about a basketball game. It was almost surreal watching all the multi-multi-millionaires milling about, going from one little group to the next, glad-handing each other and chatting up their little deals, maybe making plans for drinks taking place right now.

Sitting up in the cheap seats were a bunch of activists who actually thought they were there to witness history. What they got was a lesson in D.C. sideshows. I kinda feel sorry for them, except for the fact that they were there rooting for a fascist blacklist system to be enshrined in the rule of law. Aside from that, I feel sorry for them. Kinda.

The whole thing was much ado about nothing.