by David Wilcock – October 9, 2017
The Vegas mass shooting may well be the most horribly botched “inside job” in modern history. Millions of newly-awakened people are getting their first chance to see a JFK, 9/11-style cover-up unfolding in real time.
A meta-analysis of the independent “citizen journalism” on this critical subject reveals that many key elements are missing, despite the unprecedented, massive number of contributors to the narrative.
A variety of insider reports suggest we are finally closing in on a civilization-defining moment of truth-telling and disclosure that could dramatically improve life on earth as we know it.
Our goal in sharing this with you is to shed light on this tragedy, expose the perpetrators and spread the information far and wide.
You are encouraged to make videos, write articles, borrow ideas (with credit), and contribute to the narrative in whatever way you can.
The best way we can honor the victims of this shocking tragedy is to make a strong push for the full truth to be exposed.
This is not 1963, nor 2001. The mainstream media has become a joke. If “they” won’t give us an honest version of the story, we need to write it ourselves.
OUR THESIS IS NOTHING NEW
Let’s say there was more than one shooter. Let’s say a monstrous cover-up is being perpetrated by the American corporate media.
Would that really surprise you? At this point in our history?
Before we discuss our view of this shocking catastrophe, let’s be clear that our suggestions will not be sudden, arbitrary “conspiracy theories.”
This tragic event, once properly understood and explained, can be seen as a direct continuation of what we have already exposed within our existing body of work for many years now.
All of the puzzle pieces have been meticulously laid out in numerous articles, books, YouTube videos, public lectures and episodes of Wisdom Teachings, my weekly TV show on Gaia.
Perhaps the single most important reference source is our free book Financial Tyranny, now with well over 2.4 million unique views at the time of this writing.