Remember how I told you Vegas shooting involved the Sauds and the rejection of their money laundering schemes? Well look! Today the Saudi prince who owns 4 seasons in Las Vegas (named Prince Talal) was arrested for just that :
This prince owned the top four floors of Mandalay Bay, which comprises the Four Seasons Hotel. He is a top Citi shareholder and I saw him interviewed on CNBC business news just a week ago.
Did you know the Saudi Air Force booked a whole floor at Mandalay Bay on the night of the massacre?
The Vegas shooting involved the rejection of Saudi and Philippines based money laundering schemes by the old guard Jewish and Italian casino interests from Vegas and Atlantic City. Trump is a part of the old guard, who got tired of doing the dirty work for the other mobs. The attacks targeted the industry he holds dearly. Another thing is that the attacks (along with the US Navy ship sinking(s) earlier this year) mark a shift in ISIS and the deep state away from the ME and towards the Philippines.
We also told you Paddock was involved in gun running and child smuggling. Coincidentally a horse name Gun Runner just won the Breeder’s Cup today. Coincidence? Or Illuminati coding??
A paddock regards the area a horse can roam by its stable, like a coral. Stephen Paddock, the Vegas shooter, was nothing short of a character from an Ian Fleming novel. He was a workhorse for the CIA. If you can think for yourself and read between the tea leaves it is easy to spot.
The mainstream media is guilty of neglect in terms of its post coverage of the Vegas massacre. The narrative that the lone gunman was a loner who made his fortune from video poker is laughable. In the alternative media further investigation has shown that Paddock had worked for Lockheed Martin on patents, as well as with a CIA private jet transport company Janus Airlines. His fortune was likely from the mob or the CIA, relating to his private jet charter charity and front company called Paradise Ranch LLC. Paradise Ranch was a go between for his Vegas and Philippines operations where he ran a non-profit org. supposedly befitting children. Surprise! His brother just got arrested for child porn. Throw in 20 some odd guns, $5 million in cash (plus more in real estate) from out of nowhere and you start to see that this guy was clearly a spook. No wonder the media is so hush hush and disinterested in any follow-up stories about the shooter whatsoever. The guy also had a wife from ISIS infested Philippines and had travel to the ME on many cruises of late. The amount of circumstantial evidence that Paddock had really bad friends (like ISIS and the CIA) is paramount.
I will add a link to this article very soon which contains tons of information on all of this so that you can dig and verify and do some investigative journalism of your own on this topic. Groin gets to the bottom of everything!
Here you go: https://archive.is/I33t3
“American Made” is Tom Cruise’s best movie in awhile. It’s a dark comedy based on true events about a pilot who gets in way over his head working for the C.I.A. and, later, Pablo Escobar and Manuel Noriega. Because his actions shed so much negative light on America’s activities in the Middle East (detailed in the Iran-Contra scandal), he is able to escape punishment for an extraordinarily long time. Although Cruise has trouble with his character’s southern accent, he fearlessly portrays his character’s lack of moral qualms. In fact, in terms of having access to planes, a ton of money, and guns for no good reason, his character resembles the Vegas shooter. Is this just a coincidence, or is it some kind of deeper message from Hollywood about how history repeats. Look at Obama’s cash pallet Iran deal. Or how the CIA accidentally armed ISIS when the Iraqi army forfeited their weapons.
One of the best things about this film was that the cinematography was excellent. Many of the shots of the vast forests of South America are breath-taking as Cruise flies above. There are some similarities to the film Gold, starring Mathew McConoughey, released not long ago. Its good that films about serious subject matter are sometimes still hitting the mainstream.
Director Doug Liman of “The Bourne Identity” and “Edge of Tomorrow” fame keeps the story focused and the satire sharp. It’s definitely better than the similar “Lord of War” and “War Dogs.” And compared to “Air America” it is golden. The problems with those other films is that they were too whimsical. In short, if you’re looking for a serious film that happens to be very entertaining, go with “American Made.”