Brilliant Dallas false flag analysis by Hollywood special effects expert

“It’s all just a magic show” Confused by the false flag conversation? Good. It means you’re paying attention. It’s not a simple issue. A Hollywood special effects expert points out some strange visuals in the Dallas shooting live coverage. To his credit, he is focuses on ONE, specific camera angle and talks about something he has real professional experience with.

First there were many snipers. Then there was just one.

The “lone nut” conveniently left his a journal behind and was conveniently killed before anyone could talk to him.

Actually, the police did talk with him and are letting us know what he said. That’s convenient.

What’s also convenient is the timing of all this: Hillary under fire, murders by police in the news, and the slow, but steady movement towards a financial system collapse which no one has any idea what to do about.

Questions:

Why did he go on a suicide mission? There was no need for that. With the skills he apparently had, he could have picked off police one-by-one for months and lived to tell the tale.

Why did he go on a suicide mission? There was no need for that. With the skills he apparently had, he could have picked off police one-by-one for months and lived to tell the tale.

Instead, he engaged in a suicide mission that created maximum sympathy for police and cast a shadow over a legitimate social movement (protests against police violence.)

How did a reservist who was a carpenter with a engineering unit become a one-man commando operation? (not everyone in the Army gets Rambo combat infantry training.)

Reuters found a picture of himself wearing African style clothes and flashing the black power salute just days before the shooting. He posted it to a Black Panther Facebook page. How convenient is that?

This incident was also used to introduce a new “law enforcement” technology: sending a robot into a property and blowing it up. A new SWAT team tool?

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