The Mike Church Show Episode 451: Vegas Shooter Was Executing Baphomet’s Plan
Written by Christopher Warshauer on 10/04/2017
Mandeville, LA – Evidence, The History of Christianity & The Existence of The Spirit World DO Offer A Vegas Explanation – The NY Times calls the mass murder carried out by Stephen Paddock “meticulously planned“. This plays right into my explanation for the event: it was a pre-meditated act to bring about a moment of preternatural joy i.e. the Devil DID make him do it or more precisely, demons.
Is The War, War, War!, Military Entertainment Complex To Blame For Mass Shootings? – It is a fair question and one I believe is a “yes” answer but that doesn’t spare the political, ruling-elite’s culpability in counseling war and destruction as the American response to every crisis on earth where a gun or bomb can be used. Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge opines:
“When you talk about the Las Vegas mass shooting, you’re not dealing with a single shooter scenario. Rather, you’re dealing with a sophisticated, far-reaching war machine that has woven itself into the very fabric of this nation. You want to stop the gun violence? Stop the worship of violence that permeates our culture. Stop glorifying the military industrial complex with flyovers and salutes during sports spectacles. Stop acting as if there is anything patriotic about military exercises and occupations that bomb hospitals and schools.”
Let’s add this: stop turning for news and opinion on news to the Sean Hannitys and “ambassador” John Bolton’s of the world, checkenhawks who’ve never met a foreign affair they didn’t suggest Raytheon bomb might take care of. Maybe try the CRUSADE Channel?
The Only Thing That Will Be Unified After Las Vegas Massacre Will Be Disunity – The powder keg that is ‘Murican culture remains on a war-like footing today and the attempts to fabricate a “unity” on the graves of the massacred will ultimately fail. Pat Buchanan doesn’t hold out much hope for unity: “A massacre of Americans like that in Las Vegas may bring us together briefly. But what holds us together when issues of race, religion, ethnicity, culture, history and politics—our cherished diversity itself—appear to be pulling us ever further apart?”