Monday, October 02, 2017

MS-13 /Stephen Paddock Connection?

A very good friend of mine just stumbled upon a coincidence that may explain what happened in Las Vegas last night. Note Paddock's neck-- there is a "13" tattooed on his neck. This is also a known tattoo for MS-13 gangs. Note also, as my friend does, that his girlfriend is Filipino, and that the MS-13 gang has a high profile in the Philippines.
This is, of course, conjecture, but it could explain his connections with regard to how he obtained automatic weapons and logistical support, and also the fact that Trump has long wanted to decimate MS-13, which could explain possible motives.
My friend notes,
"I never know what to believe from any news source but I did read that the shooter "was a multi-millionaire." Apparently from real estate investment, but he is a retired accountant. I don't see much written about real estate investments. But I did read that there are "millionaire MS 13 members." The St. George police told me that the MS 13 members here are a combination of hispanic and asian gang members who joined together.
"The MS 13, also sometimes seen just as MS or 13, is a symbol of the Mara Salvatrucha gang from El Salvador. Typically these tattoos can be found anywhere on the body, but are most often found in highly visible places like the face, hands or neck.Jan 8, 2016 Business Insider"

**EDIT:  'girlfriend' pictured is reportedly of Malaysian descent, not Filipino

****Edit 10-3-2017:
"She is a native of the Philippines and an Australian citizen, according to Brisbane’s Courier-Mail, which reported she lived on the Gold Coast for 20 years before coming to America."

She is, indeed, of Filipino descent. And Paddock wired $100k to her last week-- in the Philippines. 

The original assertion stands, 

Saturday, August 26, 2017

CNN: ALL White People are Supremacists.

OK, CNN–so we’re all ‘white supremacists’ now, are we?  
Yep– according to CNN, all ‘ordinary’ white people share the original sin not just of slavery, but we are just born white supremacists.  We just can’t help it.
Well, then, let’s take a closer look at the concept of ‘white supremacy,’ shall we?
Contrary to the conservative mindset, which is set in the belief that all people are inherently good and capable of self-determination, regardless of race, it has long been the white liberal/progressive mindset that minorities are hapless and incompetent, and would barely have the pleasure of existence save for the oversight of their progressive intellectual betters.
In the mind of the progressive, minorities cannot independently rise above their station in life without progressive policies and the government programs that stem from them. Hell, in the mind of the progressive, minorities can’t even be counted on to be resourceful enough to do something simple, such as to obtain a driver’s license or an identification card to vote (unless a progressive government program were in place to assist them).
In other words, progressive policies have at their very core the premise that minorities are unable to fend for themselves, save for the good graces and ‘caring’ of those on the White Limousine Liberal plantation.
In summary, CNN, let me respond to your assertions by saying that IF there are any ‘natural’ supremacist sentiments and tendencies, it resides not in so-called ‘ordinary people.’ Rather, from Woodrow Wilson, to Margaret Sanger, to William Fulbright, history has demonstrated time and again that white supremacist tendencies lie squarely in the heart of the white limousine liberal progressive.
This latest accusation is nothing more than another stellar example of white liberal projection.
(h/t PJ Media)