Mona Alexis Pressley
“Those who can make you believe absurdities
can make you commit atrocities”–Voltaire
[Editor’s note: The latest absurdity regarding the Las Vegas hoax assails the press for the greatest media cover-up in history by not exposing that there were multiple shooters, even from choppers, who were firing on the crowd, ignoring the mountain of proof that nobody died during the event.
As Mona wrote to me about this, “Amazing! They agree there was a drill and many lies from everyone involved. They go that far but then still claim that people died. Unbelievable!” Maybe they missed the bored crisis actors inside Hooters, each with his/her own sheet, waiting to be carried out on a stretcher as another victim of the shooting, which is only one of dozens of proofs we have presented demonstrating that it was a completely orchestrated event:
So I added a comment, where Mona has discovered perhaps the most powerful evidence yet: the police map for the area surrounding the concert arena, which shows no response at all to any alleged mass shooting incident. As she observes, they are conditioning us to believe absurdities and, as Voltaire observed, thereby preparing us for the commission of atrocities–which the United States is doing worldwide every single day, without Americans taking notice!]
Mona Alexis Pressley
There are many problems with the victims and their identities, where most of the obits had conflicting information including dates of death and causes of death and the majority do not even have a grave site. In the U.S. half of people that die today are buried and half are cremated. There were only three people buried of the 58 victims, which is statistically highly improbable. Also, has anyone given any thought as to how a school is going to do a study on Stephen Paddocks brain when it supposedly was blown into many little pieces on the floor or the wall? Totally absurd things to which no one even gives a thought.
Mona Alexis Pressley, M.A., has authored a series of studies that demonstrate that the obituaries of the alleged “Las Vegas victims” were either completely fabricated or based upon deaths that took place in other states or on other dates or from different causes of death. See, for example, “Nobody died at the Las Vegas Concert”, “CONFIRMED: Nobody Died at the Las Vegas Concert”, “Las Vegas Shooting: Was it Real or a Government Drill?”, and, most recently, “(More) Las Vegas Shooting Lies”.