What Happens in Vegas Stays In Vegas: Maybe Not

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By Gina Flores

Writer for NoFakeNews

There’s a famous marketing slogan that was branded especially for the Las Vegas tourism industry some years back. The slogan states, “What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas”.

Las Vegas, nicknamed “Sin City” is the gambling and entertainment capital of the United States and maybe even the entire world. It’s certainly not your average city, but it is similar to just about any other city in the United States in that it has schools, colleges, churches, parks, recreation and fitness centers, residential homes, sports franchises and lots of people living there as permanent residents. All these people have jobs and earn a living locally. A lot of Vegas residents have jobs that are in some way connected to the tourist and gaming industries.

I’ve been to Vegas on a few different occasions and admit it’s an exciting place. And just maybe because of all the glitter, sparkling lights, fancy casinos, and it’s famous reputation for being one of the most visited destinations in the world by tourists year after year, it’s often shielded by the powers that be from really negative news stories.

The Las Vegas massacre that occurred on October 1, 2017 is not the kind of story that America’s biggest adult playground wants to be connected to. It’s exactly this kind of news that can quite literally destroy businesses and scare people out of town for a very long time.

I am sitting here, pulling my hair out, trying to figure out why the authorities in charge of this investigation, the deadliest shooting event in American history, seem to be covering up key facts of the case. They seem to be hellbent on selling a false narrative that there was only one lunatic behind all the death and destruction; Stephen Paddock did it, he acted alone!

I don’t believe that scripted load of crap for one second and from the amount of videos and eyewitnesses popping up everyday telling a story that is in direct conflict with the false narrative being pedaled by the mainstream media (officialdom), neither do a lot of other intelligent people.

So why the cover up? There are probably a number of answers to that very important question. Let me write about a few of my theories:

  1. The Las Vegas tourist industry might be able to endure a scenario where a lone nutter opens fire on thousands of its tourists. It could probably sell such a concept to people and say that this guy acted alone and was just crazy. It was a freak, isolated event that will never happen again. Maybe Stephen Paddock had a brain tumor, was depressed, pissed off at the casino where he lost money, or maybe he was on antidepressant drugs? People could certainly handle that story line a lot easier than knowing this shooting stunt was a well orchestrated and coordinated terrorist attack carried out by people with sophisticated military skills and a whole lot of weapons that no ordinary citizen could ever hope to acquire.
  2. This was a mission pulled off by black ops agents and backed and funded by domestic or foreign intelligence agencies. Everything was coordinated from the inside and the people running the mission used Paddock as a patsy who was murdered prior to the attack and then made to look like the lone gunman. If this were the case, the agents could have hacked into government computer files, made it look like the shooter (Paddock) had purchased guns when in actuality he hadn’t. Paddock was most likely chosen because he was easy to frame, had the monetary assets that made it believable that he could acquire such an impressive arsenal of weapons. Let’s face it, those guns weren’t cheap and not just anybody could afford them. But a millionaire could.
  3. Paddock was involved in the shootings, but did not act alone and was killed by someone else involved who thought he was a security risk. Again, the multiple shooter scenario is not a good thing for the Las Vegas tourist industry.

Whatever the truth might turn out to be, it is doubtful, in my considered opinion, that a lone gunman was responsible for everything that transpired. It’s not logical, and the shooter’s profile just doesn’t match with someone that was capable of pulling off such a horrific crime. In addition to that, a photo of the suicide scene where Paddock’s dead body rested was intentionally leaked by the authorities. It looked staged with bullets placed around his corpse in an organized pattern. Jeff Rense (www.rense.com) did an excellent job in assessing and analyzing the photo. Click here to read his work.

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas might be the slogan, but in this situation, because of all the eyewitnesses and videos taken, the slogan may not apply. It’s beginning to look like the truth about this tragedy might be revealed to the public after all despite the mainstream media’s attempt to cconceal it.

What do you think about this story?

 

Las Vegas: Here We Go Again

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By Gina Flores

Writer for NoFakeNews

And now another significant event has taken place where lots of  innocent people have been injured or lost their lives. This time the venue was a country music concert in Las Vegas, Nevada.

And once again the official narrative that’s been etched in stone is that a lone gunman was responsible for the entire massacre.

AND ONCE AGAIN THERE ARE LOADS OF VIDEOS AND WITNESSES COMING OUT OF THE WOODWORK THAT CONTRADICT THE OFFICIAL NARRATIVE.

Anyone with half a brain is thinking that an older man like Stephen Paddock couldn’t have done all this damage without the help of other shooters. Perhaps he was already dead prior to the first shots being fired. Will we ever know the truth? It’s not likely.

Are you tired of being played by the powers that be? Are you tired of being lied to by the mainstream media and the official authorities in charge of investigations in Las Vegas, San Bernardino, Paris, Madrid, New York City and other locations where similar horrific events have occurred?

I am frustrated by all of these senseless killings that are being engineered to look like lone nutters or, in other cases, terrorist groups are responsible.

We at NoFakeNews are saddened by the loss of our fellow human beings and are praying for those injured and currently fighting for their lives.

Are You Sure The Earth Is Round?

By Gina Flores

When presented with new ideas that are in opposition to major concepts that have been in our lives since the time we were very young children, it’s almost impossible for humans to objectively evaluate these hypotheses. Very often the early brainwashing we undergo in formal indoctrination centers (public schools) is so powerful that there is little chance for the average person to be able to make sense of the truth later in life. Even when the truth is blatantly obvious, most of us will still cling desperately to the lies we’ve been force fed earlier in our lives.

I have had an opportunity to look over many photographs that have been taken by NASA during its alleged manned and unmanned missions to the moon and Mars. The one thing I have found to be consistent with many of these public domain photographs is that they have been intentionally obfuscated. Said photographs have been sanitized so that they don’t reveal the intelligently designed structures that would have been readily visible without the presence of obfuscation techniques. I think these photos were all taken right here on Earth.

I now believe there is a very real possibility that none of NASA’s photographic catalogs are genuine and that they have been made available to citizens in an effort to promote a fake space program. I believe this space program has never executed a successful manned or unmanned mission to another celestial body. At this point I am not sure that space travel is possible even in low earth orbits.

Look at the following video below and try to do so with complete objectivity. Many readers will be unable to do so, but for those of you that can, you will begin to see that what we have always been told was science fiction throughout our lives is in actuality very plausible and backed by science.

The flat earth model above depicts the North Pole as being in the center of the model and the South Pole as the white color that makes up the peripheral portion of the entire disc.

Ursula Haverbeck: Jailed For Her Views About The Holocaust

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It is illegal to question the holocaust (holocaust denial) in the following  countries:

  1. Austria
  2. Belgium
  3. Czech Republic
  4. France
  5. Germany
  6. Hungary
  7. Israel
  8. Liechtenstein
  9. Lithuania
  10. Luxembourg
  11. Netherlands
  12. Poland
  13. Portugal
  14. Romania
  15. Switzerland.

The following countries do not have laws against holocaust denial:

  1. Afghanistan
  2. Albania
  3. Algeria
  4. Andorra
  5. Angola
  6. Antigua and Barbuda
  7. Argentina
  8. Armenia
  9. Australia
  10. Azerbaijan
  11. Bahamas, The
  12. Bahrain
  13. Bangladesh
  14. Barbados
  15. Belarus
  16. Belize
  17. Benin
  18. Bhutan
  19. Bolivia
  20. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  21. Botswana
  22. Brazil
  23. Brunei
  24. Bulgaria
  25. Burkina Faso
  26. Burundi
  27. Cambodia
  28. Cameroon
  29. Canada (as of R. v. Zundel)
  30. Cape Verde
  31. Cayman Islands
  32. Central African Republic
  33. Chad
  34. Chile
  35. China PR
  36. Colombia
  37. Comoros
  38. Congo, Democratic Republic of the
  39. Congo, Republic of the
  40. Costa Rica
  41. Cote d’Ivoire
  42. Croatia
  43. Cuba
  44. Cyprus
  45. Denmark
  46. Djibouti
  47. Dominica
  48. Dominican Republic
  49. Ecuador
  50. Egypt
  51. El Salvador
  52. Equatorial Guinea
  53. Eritrea
  54. Estonia
  55. Ethiopia
  56. Faroe Islands
  57. Fiji
  58. Finland
  59. Gabon
  60. Gambia, The
  61. Georgia
  62. Ghana
  63. Greece
  64. Grenada
  65. Guatemala
  66. Guinea
  67. Guinea-Bissau
  68. Guyana
  69. Haiti
  70. Holy See (Vatican City)
  71. Honduras
  72. Iceland
  73. India
  74. Indonesia
  75. Iran
  76. Iraq
  77. Ireland
  78. Italy
  79. Jamaica
  80. Japan
  81. Jersey
  82. Jordan
  83. Kazakhstan
  84. Kenya
  85. Kiribati
  86. Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of
  87. Korea, Republic of
  88. Kuwait
  89. Kyrgyzstan
  90. Laos
  91. Latvia
  92. Lebanon
  93. Lesotho
  94. Liberia
  95. Libya
  96. Liechtenstein
  97. Macedonia (FYROM)
  98. Madagascar
  99. Malawi
  100. Malaysia
  101. Maldives
  102. Mali
  103. Malta
  104. Mauritania
  105. Mauritius
  106. Mexico
  107. Micronesia, Federated States of
  108. Moldova
  109. Monaco
  110. Mongolia
  111. Montenegro
  112. Morocco
  113. Mozambique
  114. Myanmar
  115. Namibia
  116. Nauru
  117. Nepal
  118. New Zealand
  119. Nicaragua
  120. Niger
  121. Nigeria
  122. Norway
  123. Oman
  124. Pakistan
  125. Palau
  126. Palestine
  127. Panama
  128. Papua New Guinea
  129. Paraguay
  130. Peru
  131. Philippines
  132. Puerto Rico
  133. Qatar
  134. Rwanda
  135. Saint Kitts and Nevis
  136. Saint Lucia
  137. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
  138. Samoa
  139. San Marino
  140. São Tomé and Príncipe
  141. Saudi Arabia
  142. Senegal
  143. Serbia
  144. Seychelles
  145. Sierra Leone
  146. Singapore
  147. Slovakia
  148. Slovenia
  149. Solomon Islands
  150. Somalia
  151. South Africa
  152. Spain
  153. Sri Lanka
  154. Sudan
  155. Suriname
  156. Swaziland
  157. Sweden
  158. Syria
  159. Taiwan
  160. Tajikistan
  161. Tanzania
  162. Thailand
  163. Timor-Leste
  164. Togo
  165. Tonga
  166. Trinidad and Tobago
  167. Tunisia
  168. Turkey
  169. Turkmenistan
  170. Tuvalu
  171. Uganda
  172. Ukraine
  173. United Arab Emirates
  174. United Kingdom
  175. United States
  176. Uruguay
  177. Uzbekistan
  178. Vanuatu
  179. Venezuela
  180. Vietnam
  181. Western Sahara
  182. Yemen
  183. Zambia
  184. Zimbabwe

What do you think about holocaust denial laws?

The Town of Sickville


By Dr. John Reizer

Once upon a time, there was a small town named Sickville. Sickville was an economically thriving community and its entire financial well-being was dependent on a number of health care companies that regularly provided services to the many citizens living within its borders.

According to the local census bureau, Sickville had a population of 2,000. Approximately 450 of the townspeople were health care practitioners. The remainder of the residents worked in other health related occupations.

Many of Sickville’s citizens were staff members at one of six local hospitals. Others drove the 25 delivery trucks that routinely carried medical supplies to 35 community drugstores. The remainder of the population worked for the locally owned ambulance company. The small town proudly operated 50, state-of-the-art, patient transport vehicles.

Almost every resident of Sickville earned a good living. 90 percent of the population had no mortgage or car payments. The people of Sickville seemed to have plenty of money to buy whatever they wanted, and many of them had become wealthy.

Unfortunately, most of Sickville’s population was not very healthy. The citizens couldn’t enjoy the money they were earning. People were often too sick to go on vacations and take part in other fun activities. Most of the townspeople were challenged with chronic colds and recurring bouts of influenza. Others suffered with autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. A growing number of citizens had recently developed more serious illnesses, like Cancer and Leukemia.

Very few of the town’s residents had all of their body parts intact. In Sickville it was considered a normal practice to have elective surgery for precautionary measures. Useless organs, that often caused problems later in a person’s life like gallbladders, appendices, and tonsils, were routinely removed by one of the town’s 56 surgeons. Men and women were also regularly encouraged to have vasectomies and hysterectomies after the age of 40. These were common sense health practices, routinely taught and reinforced in the Sickville Public School System.

A very small number of individuals, living in Sickville (about 50), were homeless people. They were the ones that didn’t have an official disease yet; but it was only a matter of time before they would be diagnosed with one. Every resident living in Sickville became unhealthy sooner or later. That’s why there was always such a big demand for medical doctors and other health care services.

The townspeople referred to the homeless people as the poor and unfortunate ones that roamed around looking for handouts. None of them could afford quality health care services, so they missed out on the many disease prevention programs that the more affluent citizens took advantage of.

A new town ordinance had recently been passed requiring every citizen living in Sickville to visit a medical physician at least once per month. The regular medical visits ensured all residents, except for the homeless people, were up-to-date on vaccines and other preventive health care protocols that had been established by the local medical board.

Preventive care was a big deal in Sickville. The town’s medical doctors had determined, many years earlier, the only way to prevent newer and deadlier diseases was to continue to develop and administer an assortment of vaccines. The medical board had declared an all out war on sickness.

Another new law required the residents of Sickville to proudly display their diagnosed diseases on the front of their driver’s licenses. The local medical board felt it was important for the town council members to keep track of all illnesses that were currently active within the community. This was because officially diagnosed diseases translated into profitable revenue streams for the entire town.

One September afternoon, something very unusual happened in Sickville. A new doctor moved into the only vacant building in town. This practitioner was different from the other doctors. He prescribed no medicines; administered no vaccines; performed no surgeries, and he didn’t wear a white coat. He called himself a chiropractor.

Quickly, the chiropractor opened his professional office inside the once vacant building. The people of Sickville were very curious about the new doctor. He had only brought with him a few chairs for his waiting room and a strange looking table that he used to work on his patients.

At first, the chiropractor only took care of the community’s homeless people. He bartered with his patients instead of charging them a fee. In return, the patients painted his office and helped him in other ways. He’d ask his patients to lie on the strange table and would feel their backs. Every once in a while he’d push his hands down, forcefully, onto their spines. That’s, pretty much, all the chiropractor would do.

It didn’t take very long for gossip to get out to the other people of Sickville. The gossip began traveling fast about how the chiropractor practiced a strange brand of medicine. Many townspeople thought he was crazy – a quack!

After awhile, some of the other citizens in town began going to the chiropractor. They enjoyed visiting him because he taught them interesting concepts they’d never heard before from other health care practitioners.

The chiropractor explained, to his new patients, how the human brain sent important messages to the entire body through the spinal cord and how the spine protected the spinal cord. He also explained how spinal adjustments helped to realign the spinal bones when they became misaligned from one another. The chiropractor told his patients that once the spinal bones were properly aligned, the brain’s messages could get through to the entire body and health could be restored naturally, without taking drugs.

The chiropractor also explained that when the nervous system worked properly, and wasn’t being interfered with by misaligned spinal bones, the townspeople would be healthier, and they wouldn’t have to surgically remove their body parts. He explained that the removal of tonsils, appendices, and gallbladders was not, really, a smart thing to do. The chiropractor also went on to explain that receiving vaccines was a waste of time and that the shots harmed their immune systems. The chiropractor told the members of the community that many of the harmful diseases the people of Sickville were experiencing were coming from the preventive vaccines and that vaccinations, in general, were preventing good health from being expressed in their bodies.

A year after the chiropractor opened his office, many of the townspeople were visiting him for spinal adjustments on a weekly basis. 900 of the residents were now under regular chiropractic care. The new chiropractic patients stopped visiting the other doctors and they stopped buying prescription drugs and getting vaccinations. They also stopped scheduling surgeries to remove their organs.

Because people weren’t visiting medical doctors, the physicians began moving out of Sickville to look for work in other nearby communities. The surgeons left too because no one wanted to have their body parts removed.

It didn’t take very long for the six hospitals to feel the effects of a decrease in business. All but one of the facilities had to close its doors. The one hospital that remained open had a lot of vacant space and decided to rent the empty parts of the building to the new chiropractor. He opened a satellite office and hired 5 additional chiropractors to help take care of all the new chiropractic patients.

Everyone in Sickville was beginning to get well. Almost all the diseases the townspeople had experienced, for so many years, had miraculously disappeared.

Unfortunately, as luck would have it, the community of Sickville began to experience financial hard times. A recession had, mysteriously, hit the entire area. It soon turned into an economic depression. The town was only able to keep one ambulance operating, and 33 of the 35 drugstores had to close due to low sales. Financially speaking, it was a terrible time.

At one point, the economy got so bad that quite a few townspeople lost their jobs. Many were forced to take out mortgages on their homes in order to pay for living expenses. After awhile, residents couldn’t make their mortgage payments and lost homes to foreclosure. The previously wealthy citizens of Sickville were broke and forced to live in shelters with the other homeless people.

One night, the local members of the medical board got together and held a secret meeting. They discussed, at length, the town’s unhealthy economy. They blamed the community’s financial problems on the new chiropractor that had moved into town. They concluded it was his radical and unscientific ideas that had destroyed most of the health care businesses in Sickville.

The medical board conducted a vote and unanimously decided to outlaw the practice of chiropractic in Sickville. They rationalized that the practice of chiropractic was based on pseudoscience and was a direct threat to the health and well-being of all citizens. In one secret meeting, the medical board had solved the town’s biggest problem.

The very next day, the chiropractor cleared out his office and left Sickville. The townspeople were upset at first, but they soon forgot about the strange doctor with the funny table that pressed on backs.

A new practitioner immediately moved into the chiropractor’s vacant office. He was a real doctor that prescribed drugs; performed surgeries; administered vaccines, and most important, he wore a white coat.

Within a few months, people started getting sick all over again. Soon after that, the medical doctors returned to town. Even the surgeons came back to Sickville. People were losing their health rapidly and desperately needed to have useless organs removed. The hospital system seemed to expand overnight. Inside of a year, the six hospitals were back in business and filled to capacity. There was even talk about building a seventh one.

The ambulance company was busy again also, just like old times. They managed to increase their fleet of patient transport vehicles to 53. People were sicker than ever. In fact, there were so many different epidemics taking place at the same time, the medical board decided to purchase three times the normal amount of vaccines for the hospitals and drugstores.

Sickville had definitely returned to the way it was before the strange doctor, who pressed on backs, had come to town. People were so ill; they were dying faster than any other time in the town’s recorded history.

The only consolation for the Sickville townspeople was that the economy had finally begun to recover. Because the citizens were so ill, they had generated revenue streams like never before. Almost every citizen managed to climb out of debt. Money was changing hands like crazy and the residents of Sickville were able to buy back their homes and purchase new cars. The depression was officially over and the economy was healthier than ever.

Article Reprinted, with permission from Win-Can Publishing, from the book, “Pull Your Head Out of the Sand: Because What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You” (c) 2012 by Dr. John Reizer.