By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
Let me begin this article by writing that it is always a sad day when a person is murdered, and others are injured, in a senseless crime like the one that took place at LAX airport on Friday, November 1, 2013. With no disrespect intended to any of the injured, or to the family members of the murdered TSA agent, Gerardo I. Hernandez, it is still necessary for professional journalists to sort out all of the facts regarding this shooting, ask officials in charge difficult and pointed questions, and clarify certain points that are being tossed around by the mainstream media companies. These are things that professional journalists are supposed to do.
As is usually the case in shootings/incidents of this nature, there are instantly theories launched from alternative news websites that portray a completely different explanation for a given chain of events than what is being postulated by the corporately owned news sources. As soon as I heard of this unfortunate incident, I immediately knew that there would be an official explanation that would gradually materialize and then be handed down for public consumption. I also realized that a plethora of conspiratorial theories would eventually manifest as well.
In my opinion, conspiracy theories are not necessarily bad things. It is healthy for people to question official explanations and not routinely swallow hook, line, and sinker every single word that is handed down by official sources. Taking into consideration the amount of disinformation that has been generated over the years by media giants, concerning terrorist events that have lead to gross changes in our nation’s laws, it’s more important than ever before to question everything.
This is what we know so far about the November 1, 2013 event at LAX:
- A single gunman, 23 year old Paul Ciancia, entered one of the most security laden airports in the world with an AR-15 automatic weapon.
- The gunman was an unemployed motorcycle mechanic.
- The gunman was outfitted in fatigues.
- The shooter was mentally disturbed and communicated with his brother by text messages, telling him he was contemplating suicide.
- The gunman methodically walked through the tarmac asking people if they were TSA members.
- One TSA agent was murdered and several others injured.
- The shooter was critically wounded by policemen.
- The shooter had a note in his possession that stated he wanted to kill TSA members and “Pigs”.
- The shooter also had materials in his possession that referenced the NWO (New World Order). The New World Order has to do with the popular theory that a conspiring group of elitists have been methodically working together, behind the scenes, to undermine the United States Government in order to introduce a world currency and world banking system among other machinations.
- The gunman had no prior military experience and was not professionally trained to handle a military assault weapon.
- Three weeks earlier, a drill was performed at the same airport location that simulated the identical situation that transpired on November 1, 2013.
- The shooter is presently in critical condition and unavailable for questioning.
Obviously, there are some very strange occurrences attached to this incident. It’s damn hard to imagine a 23 year old man, without military training, could make his way into one of the most secure airports in the world, carrying an AR-15 assault weapon, without being stopped by someone in security.
According to official sources, investigators initially believed that Ciancia acted alone and that this incident was a case of premeditated murder. Now, officials have made the statement that the gunman was given help getting to the airport. If this was the case, how did the driver not know he was planning this heinous crime? Wouldn’t the shooter’s driver have been suspicious of the way Ciancia was dressed and the equipment he was carrying on his person? If there was a driver that helped Ciancia get to LAX, wouldn’t that mean he was an accomplice in this crime?
One thing that bothers me about this story was the way officials, involved in the investigation, have withheld a lot of important facts from the public. We know very little about Ciancia. Many details have not been disclosed. Granted, this is an ongoing investigation and certain facts probably need to be kept quiet. But it is interesting to note how the same officials managed to leak to the media the fact that the shooter had materials in his possession that linked him to being a subscriber of the New World Order Conspiracy. This tidbit of information has been explained in great detail in almost every mainstream publication/broadcast that has been delivered. Why?
Is it possible that the NWO information was leaked, on a condition of anonymity, with the sole intent to negatively influence public perception regarding this specific conspiracy theory? Let’s be realistic and fair in our analysis of the NWO conspiracy theory. Contrary to the way it has been explained by the mainstream news companies as a growing theory promoted by radical types, it is actually the collective opinion of many scholars, business analysts, and other prominent people in various industries that this is not a conspiracy theory, but rather a real conspiracy that has been in operation for a very long time.
From this point forward, there will be a knee-jerk reaction of skepticism to any alternative news stories that happen to report on wealthy elitists, fiat currencies, fractional reserve lending, manipulation of precious metal prices, and other agendas currently in play. Was this LAX incident a golden opportunity to psychologically immunize U.S. citizens against an idea that is becoming too big and too dangerous in the eyes of certain powerful groups?
If I was a professional journalist, I would want to know a lot more about Mr. Ciancia. Who was he was living with in Los Angeles? Where did he procure a military assault rifle and enough ammunition to potentially take down an entire airport terminal? Who drove him to the airport? Who really made the texts to his sibling? Wouldn’t Ciancia have called his brother on the phone? Was the shooter on drugs? Did he ever visit a psychiatrist? Was anybody in his family in the military?
I am sorry, but an unemployed motorcycle mechanic does not usually fit the profile of a person that is interested in fiat currencies, fractional reserve lending, and global elitists that are currently running the world. And why was he so angry at the TSA agents, in particular?
What do you think about this story?