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Las Vegas Shooting: ISIS claims Stephen Paddock ‘converted to Islam a few months ago’


They could be posturing. It doesn’t sound right, somehow. But who knows. Time will tell as more information is uncovered. Lack of knowledge makes people more prone to be groomed.

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Officials deny Vegas shooter was linked to terror groups after ISIS claim responsibility and say gunman ‘converted to Islam months ago’

  • Stephen Craig Paddock, 64, killed 50 people and injured more than 400
  • ISIS claimed he had converted and that he was a ‘Soldier of Islamic State’
  • US officials say there is no evidence that Paddock was linked to ISIS

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the mass shooting in Las Vegas where 50 people were killed and more than 406 wounded, and said the attacker had converted to Islam a few months ago.

Stephen Craig Paddock, 64, a resident of nearby Mesquite, Nevada, opened fire on a country music festival taking place at Las Vegas Village from a room across the street in the Mandalay Bay Hotel just after 10pm on Sunday evening.

The claim was swiftly shot down by US officials, who said there is no evidence he was linked to ISIS. Paddock’s family had earlier said he had no religious or political affiliations.

Claims: Terror group ISIS said Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had 'converted to Islam a few months ago' and that he was a 'soldier of the Islamic State'Claims: Terror group ISIS said Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had ‘converted to Islam a few months ago’ and that he was a ‘soldier of the Islamic State’

No proof: US officials have said there is no evidence Stephen Paddock was linked to ISIS

 

‘The Las Vegas attack was carried out by a soldier of the Islamic State and he carried it out in response to calls to target states of the coalition,’ the group’s news agency Amaq said in reference to the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group in the Middle East.

‘The Las Vegas attacker converted to Islam a few months ago,’ Amaq added.

Two senior U.S. officials said shortly after ISIS’s statement that there was no evidence that the shooter was tied to any international militant group.

One of the two U.S. officials discounted Islamic State’s claim of responsibility and said there was reason to believe that the shooter had a history of psychological problems.

In addition, Clark County Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said investigations are still ongoing and police have not yet determined a motive.

Paddock was not believed to be connected to any militant group, Lombardo said.

At least 50 people are dead and 200 injured after the Sunday shooting at the Las Vegas music festival 

Three people lie on the ground, one covered in blood, after the shooting at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Sunday

A police officer takes cover behind a police vehicle during the shooting near the Mandalay Bay resort and casino

People take cover at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival

In an exclusive interview with Dailymail.com,  the shooter’s family said he had no political or religious affiliation.

‘He was just a guy. Something happened, he snapped or something,’ his brother Eric  Paddock said from his home in Orlando, Florida

‘He’s my brother, we don’t have a very close relationship but we talk occasionally. There’s no rhyme or reason here, it makes no sense’.

‘He has no political affiliation, no religious affiliation, as far as we know. This wasn’t a terror attack’.

Paddock lived just 90 minutes outside Las Vegas in the city of Mesquite, with 62-year-old Marilou Danley, an Australian citizen believed to be of Indonesian descent.

Eric Paddock said of Ms Danley: ‘She has nothing to do with this, at least from my perspective.

Police said in a press conference early Monday that that they discovered in ‘excess of 10 rifles’ in the room, and that Paddock’s death was the result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. 

 

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  1. THE KHAZAR KINGDOM’S CONVERSION TO TALMUDIC JUDAISM

    With the overwhelming evidence that the modern Ashkenazi Jewish population is of Khazar origin, this would clearly indicate that

    “their ancestors came not from the Jordan but from the Volga, not from Canaan but from the Caucasus, once believed to be the cradle of the Aryan race; and that genetically they are more closely related to the Hun, Uigur and Magyar tribes than to the seed of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.”

    This conclusion would then logically render the epithet “anti-Semitism” void of any meaning!

    According to Benjamin Freedman the Khazars’ conversion to Judaism was first precipitated by their monarch’s abhorrence of the moral climate into which his kingdom had descended. Freedman has claimed — and other historians confirmed — that the “primitive” Khazars engaged in extremely immoral forms of religious practices, among them phallic worship. Animal sacrifices were also included in their rites.

    The Khazar religious structure centered around a shamanism known as Tengri, which incorporated the worship of spirits and the sky as well as zoolatry, the worship of animals. Tengri was also the name of their “immortal god who created the world,” and the primary animal sacrifices made to this deity were horses. [1]

    The actual mechanics of the Khazarian kingdom’s turn to Judaism was, most historians agree, rather well thought out — from a humanistic perspective at least — rather than random and capricious as some have believed.

    According to George Vernadski, in his book A History of Russia, in A.D. 860 a delegation of Khazars were sent to Constantinople (now known as Istanbul), which was then what remained of the ancient capital of the old Roman Empire turned Christian under the Emperor Constantine. Their message was:

    “We have known God the Lord of everything [referring here to Tengri] from time immemorial…and now the Jews are urging us to accept their religion and customs, and the Arabs, on their part, draw us to their faith, promising us peace and many gifts.” [2]

    This appeal, in all its implications, was obviously made for the purpose of drawing the Christian Roman Empire into the debate with an eye perhaps toward a balanced argument amongst the major monotheistic religions.

    Brook makes the observation that “this statement reveals that the Jews were actively seeking converts in Khazaria in 860.” He also adds that “in the year 860, [Christian] Saints Cyril and Methodius were sent as missionaries to the Khazars by the Byzantine emperor Michael III….since the Khazars had requested that a Christian scholar come to Khazaria to debate with the Jews and Muslims.” [3]
    Inasmuch as the world has seldom (or perhaps never) witnessed any culture of people more adept at the art of religious debate than rabbinical Jews, the Khazar’s conversion to Talmudic Judaism is not a surprising outcome, given that such a forum was to be the determining factor in their choice, rather than purely spiritual perceptions. The outcome was even further assured by the fact that the Christian representatives in the debate came from a church in the latter formative years of the Holy Roman Empire in which, by that time spiritual sensitivity had become somewhat rare to nearly extinct.
    It was at that period of time (about A.D. 740) that King Bulan of Khazaria was reputed to have converted to Judaism. In the debate amongst the Islamic mullah, the Christian priest and the Jewish rabbi, each presented to the king the advantages and truths of his own precepts of faith. This king, however, according to some accounts of history, had his own logic for determining which he should embrace. He asked each representative in turn, which of the other two faiths he considered superior. The result was that the Muslim indicated Judaism over Christianity, and the Christian priest chose it over Islam. The king then concluded that Judaism, being the foundation upon which both of the other monotheistic religions were built, would be that which he and his subjects should embrace. The Khazars, themselves being monotheistic, had also apparently expressed reservations about the pagan polytheistic nature of the Trinity doctrine of the Christians. [4]

    So as not to exclude the Islamic account of these events, the following is taken by D. M. Dunlop from al-Bakri’s eleventh century work the Book of Kingdoms and Roads:

    “The reason for the conversion of the king of the Khazars, who had previously been a heathen, to Judaism was as follows. He had adopted Christianity. Then he recognized the wrongness of his belief and began to speak with one of his governors about the concern with which he was filled. The other said to him, O king, the People of the Book form three classes. Invite them and enquire of them, then follow whichever is in possession of the truth. So he sent to the Christians for a bishop. Now there was with him a Jew skilled in debate, who disputed with the bishop, asking him, What do you say about Moses, son of Amram, and the Torah which was revealed to him? The other replied, Moses is a Prophet, and the Torah is true.

    “Then said the Jew to the king. He has admitted the truth of my creed. Ask him now what he believes. So the king asked him and he replied, I say that the Messiah, Jesus the son of Mary, is the Word, and that he has made known the mysteries in the name of God. Then the Jew said to the king of the Khazars, He confesses a doctrine which I know not, while he admits what I set forth. But the bishop was not strong in bringing proofs. So he invited the Muslims, and they sent him a learned and intelligent man who understood disputation. But the Jew hired someone against him who poisoned him on the way, so that he died. And the Jew was able to win the king for his religion.” [5]

    Koestler presents an interesting alternative to these views. His position was that the king’s conversion was essentially a political decision. “At the beginning of the eighth century,” he writes, “the world was polarized between the two super-powers representing Christianity and Islam. Their ideological doctrines were welded to power-politics pursued by the classical methods of propaganda, subversion and military conquest.”

    It may be observed here that it is quite evident modern [Catholic] Christianity has well learned this same form of statecraft (propaganda, subversion and military conquest) inasmuch as they have torn a page directly from the first millennium history of the church.

    “The Khazar Empire represented a Third Force,” Koestler continues, “which had proved equal to either of them, both as an adversary and an ally. But it could only maintain its independence by accepting neither Christianity nor Islam — for either choice would have automatically subordinated it to the authority of the Roman Emperor or the Caliph of Baghdad.” [6]

    Although they suffered no want of protracted efforts by either Islam or Christianity to convert the Khazars to their respective religions, it resulted in no more than an exchange of political and dynastic courtesies (i.e., intermarriages and shifting military alliances, etc.). It was clear that the Khazars were determined to preserve their supremacy as a “Third Force” in the world, and undisputed leader of the countries and tribal nations of the Trans-Caucasus. They saw that the adoption of one of the great monotheistic religions would confer upon their monarch the benefit of both prelatic and judicial authority that their system of shamanism could not, and that the rulers of the other two powers clearly enjoyed. [7]

    J. B. Bury concurs:

    “There can be no question,” he says, “that the ruler was actuated by political motives in adopting Judaism. To embrace Mohammadanism would have made him the spiritual dependent of the Caliphs, who attempted to press their faith on the Khazars, and in Christianity lay the danger of his becoming an ecclesiastical vassal of the Roman Empire. Judaism was a reputable religion with sacred books which both Christian and Mohammadan respected; it elevated him above the heathen barbarians, and secured him against the interference of Caliph or Emperor.” [8]

    It would be illogical, however, to think that the Khazarian rulers had embraced Judaism blindly without intimate knowledge of what they were accepting. They had encountered the faith numerous times throughout the preceding century from traders and refugees fleeing persecution at the hands of the Romans, and, to a lesser degree, Jewish flight from the Arab conquests of Asia Minor.

    Benjamin Freedman expresses differently the science behind the process of choosing a national Khazarian religion. He claims they were much more informal and random, and not nearly so intellectual in their approach.

    It matters little what the mechanics were of the conversion of the Khazar kingdom to Judaism. It matters only that it happened — and that it happened with a clanging historical ring that resounds to the present age!

    “The religion of the Hebrews,” writes John Bury, “had exercised a profound influence on the creed of Islam, and it had been a basis for Christianity; it had won scattered proselytes; but the conversion of the Khazars to the undiluted religion of Jehovah is unique in history.” [9]

    It is indeed a unique historical event, as Bury claims; however it is also interesting that he should refer to their conversion to TALMUDIC JUDAISM as “to the undiluted religion of Jehovah.” It is evident that present-day Ethiopian Jews would disagree with Mr. Bury on this matter since they do not adhere to the precepts of the Talmud, Mishnah, Midrash or any of the extra-biblical writings that have arisen since the close of the Old Testament canon. These Jews of North Africa claim only Torah as their scriptural authority. And, unlike their distant “brothers” of the Talmud, they practice their religion quietly and with relatively no involvement in worldly politics.

    According to an ancient document entitled King Joseph’s Reply to Hasdai ibn Shaprut, Joseph (a later Khazarian king) stated that,

    “From that time on the Almighty God helped him [King Bulan] and strengthened him. He and his slaves circumcised themselves and he sent for and brought wise men of Israel who interpreted the Torah for him and arranged the precepts in order.” [10]

    There appears to be as many historical accounts as to how King Bulan was converted to Judaism as there are historians and mystics to present them. Many of them involve visions of angels, such as the tale by a Sephardic Jewish philosopher detailing a dream in which an angel told the king that his “intentions are desirable to the Creator” but the continued observance of shamanism was not. [11]

    In the aforementioned document, King Joseph’s Reply, its author claims that in that same dream God promised King Bulan that if he would abandon his pagan religion and worship the only true God that He would:

    “bless and multiply Bulan’s offspring, and deliver his enemies into his hands, and make his kingdom last to the end of the world”.

    It is believed by scholars that the dream was designed to simulate the Covenant in Genesis and meant to imply:

    “that the Khazars too claimed the status of a Chosen Race, who made their own Covenant with the LORD, even though they were not descended from Abraham’s seed.” [12] [emphasis supplied]

    King Joseph corroborates this in his document as he claims to have positively traced his family’s ancestry back, not to Shem the father of the “Shemites” or Semite peoples, but to another of Noah’s sons.

    “Though a fierce Jewish nationalist, proud of wielding the ‘scepter of Judah’,” Koestler says, “he cannot, and does not, claim for them Semitic descent; he traces their ancestry…to…Noah’s third son, Japheth; or more precisely to Japheth’s grandson, Togarma, the ancestor of all Turkish tribes.”

    Koestler adds a footnote to King Joseph’s genealogical claims that is piercingly relevant to this study:

    “It also throws a sidelight on the frequent description of the Khazars as the people of Magog. Magog, according to Genesis 10:2-3 was the much maligned uncle of Togarma.” Add to this that two other of the sons of Japheth, the progenitor of the Khazars, are Meshech and Tubal, central figures in biblical prophecies of the end times.
    King Joseph’s Reply also revealed that the successor to King Bulan, his son Obediah, “reorganized the kingdom and established the [Jewish] religion properly and correctly,” bringing in numerous Jewish sages who “explained to him the twenty-four books [the Torah], Mishnah, Talmud, and the order of prayers.”

    This entrenchment in the Jewish religion outlasted the kingdom itself and was transplanted, whole cloth, into the Eastern European settlements of Russia and Poland. [13]

    Whatever the religious machinery (and/or chicanery) that was set in motion to accomplish the task, the consequence is historically undeniable that the Khazarian king was indeed converted to TALMUDIC JUDAISM. And the temporal consequences of that conversion have rung down through history like a warped and distorted bell, answering clearly to prophetic declarations of the last days of earth’s history.

    THE DECLINE OF THE KHAZARS AND THE EMERGENCE OF THE ASHKENAZIM

    The Khazarian kingdom reached its peak of power and world influence in the latter half of the eighth century. The death knell of their empire was eventually seen in the dragon-headed ships of the Vikings who were to cross and navigate all the major waterways in their onslaughts. Even the legendary ferocity of the Khazars was outdistanced by these Norsemen who:

    “did not deign to trade until they failed to vanquish; they preferred bloodstained, glorious gold to a steady mercantile profit.” [14]

    They were also called Rus, from which descended, among others, the Russians.
    Because historical Scandinavian literature did not begin until after the time of the Vikings, little of actual fact is known of them, with much of it apocryphal and contradictory and almost none of it laudatory. Of their military powers, however, virtually all accounts are in harmony. In his book, The Magyars in the Ninth Century, C. A. Macartney quotes the Arab historian, Ibn Rusta:

    “These people are vigorous and courageous and when they descend on open ground, none can escape from them without being destroyed and their women taken possession of, and themselves taken into slavery.” [15]

    There was even coined a specific term for the Viking ferocity: berserksgangr, from which is derived the English word berserk.

    “Such were the prospects,” says Koestler, “which…faced the Khazars.”

    Even in light of their viciousness and military prowess, these Norse Vikings focused their pillaging assaults on the Byzantine Roman Empire, preferring to trade with the Khazars rather than to tangle with them. Though eventually outmatched in ferocity, the Khazars were still able, for a while, to exact their ten percent taxes even from the Vikings on all of their “cargo” (more correctly spelled plunder) that passed through their land.
    An interesting story emerges from this period of the Khazar Empire that gives a clear vignette of the emerging cultural schematic that was eventually to be scattered throughout the world.

    In 912 the Rus Vikings, with an armada of 500 ships, each manned by 100 warriors, were set on invading and plundering the Muslim lands south of the Khazars, with whom the Khazars had a loose alliance of protection due to the thousands of loyal Muslims in the Kagan’s army. The Rus commander sent a letter to the Kagan asking permission to pass through his territory, to which the Khazar king acceded on condition of receiving half of the spoils upon their return.

    On the Viking’s return from their bloody mission, and paying the tribute required by the Khazars, the Muslims loyal to the Khazarian monarch, who lived in the eastern part of his kingdom, requested of the Kagan that they be permitted to fight the Vikings in retaliation for what they had done to their brethren to the south. The king granted them permission to do so, which resulted in the complete eradication of the Rus force — except for five thousand who escaped and were subsequently killed by the Butas and Bulgars to the north.

    Here pictured is a classical perspective of what was to become the Khazar/Jewish heritage in nearly all their dealings — business, social or cultural: a king who becomes a willing though passive confederate of marauding Rus/Vikings, claims half of the loot they have taken in their bloody assault, licenses a retributive attack against them by Muslims under his own command, but then informs the Vikings of the imminent reprisal he himself has authorized! [16]

    The weakening of the Khazar military influence had a very wide and unexpected influence in that it greatly hastened the extinction of the Byzantine Empire. They no longer had a powerful force on their eastern borders to prevent the Vikings, Mongols and others from invading an already weakened dominion. This, and internal factions within Khazaria, was the prologue to the scattering of the Khazar/Jewish seed throughout Russia and eastern Europe — and eventually, as shall be shown, to the reshaping of world history.

    The swan song of the Khazar kingdom was not a precipitous decline in a climactic or decisive series of battles, but rather a gradual, evolutionary succumbing to superior forces over a protracted period of time.

    “In general, the reduced Khazar kingdom persevered,” says S. W. Baron. “It waged a more or less effective defense against all foes until the middle of the thirteenth century, when it fell victim to the great Mongol invasion set in motion by Jenghiz Khan. Even then it resisted stubbornly until the surrender of all its neighbors….But before and after the Mongol upheaval the Khazars sent many offshoots into the unsubdued Slavonic lands, helping ultimately to build up the great Jewish centers of eastern Europe.” [17]

    “Here, then,” remarks Arthur Koestler, “we have the cradle of the numerically strongest and culturally dominant part of modern Jewry.”

    The ancient Hebrew nation had started branching into the Diaspora long before the destruction of Jerusalem. Ethnically, the Semitic tribes on the waters of the Jordan and the Turko-Khazar tribes on the Volga were of course “miles apart”, but they had at least two important formative factors in common. Each lived at a focal junction where the great trade routes connecting east and west, north and south intersect; a circumstance which predisposed them to become nations of traders, of enterprising travelers, or “rootless cosmopolitans” — as hostile propaganda has unaffectionately labeled them.

    But at the same time their exclusive religion fostered a tendency to keep to themselves and stick together, to establish their own communities with their own places of worship, schools, residential quarters and ghettoes (originally self-imposed) in whatever town or country they settled. This rare combination of wanderlust and ghetto-mentality, reinforced by Messianic hopes and chosen-race pride, both ancient Israelites and mediaeval Khazars shared — even though the latter traced their descent not to Shem [S[h]emites] but to Japheth.” [underscore supplied]

    This more recent “Diaspora” resulted in a strong, oftentimes politically overwhelming, Khazar/Jewish influence in especially Hungary and Poland, but also in the whole of Eastern Europe. Jews were found in positions of power and political influence in virtually every major category of life, business and society. There may have already been a small population of what Koestler calls “real Jews” living in that region, “but there can be little doubt that the majority of modern Jewry originated in the migratory waves of…Khazars who play such a dominant part in early Hungarian history”.

    The Khazar influx into the Hungary/Poland region was only a small part of an overall “mass-migration” from their homeland to Eastern and Central Europe. They were employed as:

    “mint-masters, administrators of the royal revenue, controllers of the salt monopoly [at that time salt was a valuable commodity often used in place of money. From this comes the saying “worth his salt”], tax collectors and ‘money-lenders’ — i.e., bankers.” [18]

    Western European Jews historically displayed such a talent and acumen at trading and as usurers (money lenders) that in virtually any society and culture in which they found themselves, they became the possessors of and controlling influence over large portions of that nation’s wealth.

    “In the ‘dark ages’ the commerce of Western Europe,” wrote Cecil Roth in the 1973 edition of The Encyclopedia Britannica, “was largely in Jewish hands, not excluding the slave trade, and…Jew and Merchant are used as almost interchangeable terms.”

    “The floating wealth of the country,” Roth continued, “was soaked up by the Jews, who were periodically made to disgorge into the exchequer [national or royal treasury]” [19]

    It was evident that the ruling class periodically became intimidated by the mass of their nation’s wealth accumulating to the hands of so small a minority — and a very clannish minority at that. This would logically give any ruling authority cause for concern — when a particular group virtually controls the nation’s economics while at the same time appearing to have a tenuous allegiance to the country in which they reside. Such a course of events evidently led to the creation of a stereotyping blueprint for Jews and Jewish communities that has been expressed — and reacted to — in various cultures for centuries.

    “The nucleus of modern Jewry,” remarks Koestler, “thus followed the old recipe: strike out for new horizons but stick together.” [20]

    This, as previously mentioned, was the course of Western European Jews, but the similarity between them and the Khazarian Jews is striking, especially in their unequalled aptitude at things economical and political.

    This mass of historical data:

    “has lead several historians to conjecture that a substantial part, and perhaps the majority of eastern Jews — and hence of world Jewry — might be of Khazar, and not of Semitic origin.”

    The far-reaching implications of this hypothesis may explain the great caution exercised by historians in approaching this subject — if they do not avoid it altogether. Thus in the 1973 edition of the Encyclopaedia Judaica the article “Khazars” is signed by Dunlop, but there is a separate section dealing with “Khazar Jews after the Fall of the Kingdom”, signed by the editors, and written with the obvious intent to avoid upsetting believers in the dogma of the Chosen Race. [underscore supplied] [21]

    Abraham N. Poliak, Tel Aviv University’s post-war Professor of Mediaeval Jewish History, wondered at:

    “how far we can go in regarding this [Khazar] Jewry as the nucleus of the large Jewish settlement in Eastern Europe. The descendants of this settlement,” Poliak declares, “those who stayed where they were, those who emigrated to the United States and to other countries, and those who went to Israel — constitute now the large majority of world Jewry.” [emphasis supplied] [22]

    Some historians, such as Austrian Hugo Kutschera, assert that Eastern European Jewry was not part, but entirely of Khazarian origin. [23]

    REFERENCES:
    [1] Bury, J. B., A History of the Eastern Roman Empire, p. 120.
    [2] George Vernadsky, A History of Russia, Vol. 1 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1948), p. 346.
    [3] Brook, Kevin Alan, The Jews of Khazaria, (Jason Aronson, Inc. Northvale, NJ, Jerusalem), 1999.
    [4] Omeljan Pritsak, The Khazar Kingdom’s Conversion to Judaism, pp. 278-9.
    [5] Dunlop, D. M., The History of the Jewish Khazars, p. 90 (Princeton, 1954), al-Bakri (ob. 487/1094).
    [6] Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe, p. 58.
    [7] Ibid.
    [8] Bury, J. B., A History of the Eastern Roman Empire, p. 406.
    [9] Ibid.
    [10] Brook, The Jews of Khazaria, p. 126.
    [11]Yehuda HaLevi, The Kuzari, trans. N. Daniel Korobkin (Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson, 1998), p. 1.
    [12] Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe, p. 66.
    [13] Ibid., p. 72-4.
    [14] McEvedy, C., The Penguin Atlas of Mediaeval History (1961).
    [15] Macartney, C. A., The Magyars in the Ninth Century (Cambridge, 1930).
    [16] Dunlop, D. M., The History of the Jewish Khazars (Princeton, 1954).
    [17] Baron, S. W., A Social and Religious History of the Jews, Vols. III and IV (New York, 1957).
    [18] Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe, p. 141, 144, 152.
    [19] Cecil Roth, “Jews” in Enc. Britannica, 1973 printing.
    [20] Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe, p. 159.
    [21] Ibid., p. 15, 16.
    [22] A. N. Poliak, Khazaria — The History of a Jewish Kingdom in Europe (Mossad Bialik, Tel Aviv, 1951).
    [23] Kutschera, Hugo Freiherr von, Die Chasaren (Wien, 1910), Koestler, The Thirteenth Tribe, p. 169.

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  2. As usual the bloody western have to find a culprit and the most closer is certainly the ISIS, where as their own society is full of dump assholes. You must know that USA is the country of drugs and evil, there are more drugs addicts in USA than the whole world combine, thus making them an asshole pussy mind. The americans are criminals and they live with this criminal mindset. Now at least the fucking Pentagon will take of their own country instead of others. If ISIS has claimed this mass killing is certainly because they want some credits and nothing else.

    By the way Blogger of “The Muslim Issue”, who are you to claim that this man is part of ISIS? Where as the whole report including FBI says he is not, FYI: STEPHEN PADDOCK has been arrested for robberies with violence and is known by the police, his father was a big bank robber and was once the most wanted man on FBI list, his family has a criminal background.

    In any case, the USA is DOOMED!!! They are paying for all their bloody evil and when the God wrath fall on them, there population will become mad, psychopath, thus, they will fight and kill themselves!!! I predict their will be more mass shooting since the drugs cartels is on the rise in this bloody shit asshole pussy country!!! Just stay away from Islam and concentrate on your shit!!! You are praying a fucking wall and a man nailed on a bloody cross, he is dead and begging for help and you think you know better?!?!?! LOL LMAO

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    • Every healthy intellect that survives childhood knows there is no such thing as a divine magic spirit. God is a metaphor useful in conversation. Only those with shriveled brains think God is real.

      And this itself is reason enough to expel all Muslims from the lands of the civilized.

      Please tell us you live in Barbarianstan, and not in the West.

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    • “…who are you to claim that this man is part of ISIS? Where as the whole report including FBI says he is not”
      Uh duh! It’s in the article above republished from media.

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  3. Quote: ” Time will tell as more information is uncovered.”
    Umm unfortunately NO!!!!
    The German airline pilot who deliberately killed so many, has still not had his last words via black box (as the plane dived into the ground) made public and the whisper is that we never will as he is shouting: “allahu akbar”

    This could well be the actions of a crypto convert to islam and I would not be the slightest bit surprised to find at autopsy that he had a cancer or similar disease. They will NEVER allow the fact to become public knowledge if he is as part of the total denial about islam as a cause of muslim violence.

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  4. FBI can’t find Russian Colussion in 9 mo. but in 11 hrs. can refute Issis claims. 2 broken windows, 1 shooter dead on entry, possible more than one with dead taking blame? INVESTIGATE!!!!

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  7. What’s the theology of this? Presumably Allah disapproves of Muslims lying about jihad and stealing each other’s credit for it. Is it permissible to claim unrelated murders by an infidel as jihad? Is that allowable lying to advance the cause of Islam?

    On the whole claims by ISIS about the Islamic motivation for murder seem more plausible than denials by the US government and media.

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  8. So Stephen Paddock has been a Muslim for a couple of months? No one noticed?

    Is this any less plausible than John Brennan’s being Muslim for a decade plus, INSIDE the CIA, rising to Director, with no one noticing?

    I remember when there was US smirking at the disarticulation of British intelligence at the revelation of the depth of Soviet penetration of British Security, begun early at Cambridge before the War, and expanding into every crevice of the British apparatus.

    Well, we have Islamic penetration into US security that lays uncontested and we have done well close to zero about it. This is not what I voted for, and I want the lethargy thrown off and the Muhammadans thrown out. Starting immediately!!

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