Reasons why nobody dies at shooting hoax

It is possible that things will get so bad that they will start shooting real people at the false flag events, but there are several reasons why that is unlikely:

  1. Lack of control: False-flag events are carefully orchestrated so that everything happens exactly as planned, you don’t want to introduce a random element that would ruin everything. You don’t want to rely upon real means of killing that could fail, and you don’t want to kill anybody important by accident. You don’t want a bunch of unknown people killed that you can’t instantly profile in the news with pictures and sympathetic stories because news-cycles are short and you’ll lose that opportunity quick.
  2. Cost: It is rather inexpensive to pay somebody to just pretend that their father/brother/wife was killed – a few thousand dollars tops. But to pay out damages for wrongful death could be millions of dollars per victim.
  3. Money-making: The opportunities for outside contractors to make money will drive the decisions that government makes. Nobody makes money where a nut is set loose to kill a bunch of random people. But in a carefully staged false-flag hoax it is a gravy train with many companies involved and many actors and managers are hired to participate.
  4. Litigation: Real victims hire real lawyers to investigate and sue. This would add a huge amount of risk and uncertainty for many years and it could put those who orchestrated the events into legal jeopardy.
  5. Cooperation: Even professional hit-men like to believe that they are only killing bad people who deserve to die, it would be nearly impossible to get a large number of normal people to willingly cooperate in a scheme to murder a bunch of innocent people even if they were paid a large amount of money. It is much easier to get people to cooperate in a duping exercise where nobody actually dies.
  6. Liability: There is no statute of limitations for murder and it is a capital offence, but lying and perjury are rarely prosecuted, have light penalties, and very short statute of limitations.

Nobody dies in these hoax false-flag events.


Another Orlando Crisis Actor: Jeannette McCoy

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Jeannette McCoy was allegedly dancing with ‘Angel Colon,’ the guy who claimed he blocked a shotgun blast to his head with his hand. McCoy says she could smell blood during the “shooting”:

“People were dropping because they were getting shot. People were desperate to get out, trampling each other. I could smell the blood. I could smell the fear. “People were getting shot and dying right next to me.” McCoy said the male pal she was dancing with was shot but is expected to survive. “I have a friend in the hospital who took a bullet for me,” she said. “He was behind me . . . He’s in surgery.” (NYPost)

McCoy is a wanna-be celebrity has-been as can be seen by her bio: acted in Fantasy Lingerie Football League, posed for Playboy, and performed in World Beauty Fitness Fashion “WBFF” contests. This shallow narcissist has posted about a million vanity pictures of herself online.

This woman has clearly been involved in the ‘entertainment’ industry for years, but today appears to spend all her time at the gym and being a small-time rep for a multi-level marketing vitamins company. Another coincidence? I don’t think so. I think we can conclude that this Jeannette Mccoy is a pathetic crisis-actor and willing to do anything for a buck.

 


The Crisis-Actor Mothership

Looks like there is competition for companies trying to get into the lucrative crisis actor business to hoax the American people. These companies appear to have a trade association called, believe it or not, the “National Center for Simulation.” They describe their mission as:

The mission of NCS is to serve as the nation’s focal point and as a catalyst for the development, understanding, and advancement of simulation and related technologies; to improve defense readiness and facilitate space exploration; to support education and training initiatives; and to extend useful applications of simulation.

In other words, they are headquarters for all the participants making a buck off the rash of false-flag events that the governments are now addicted to. Check out their youtube videos: 1 , 2.

Membership in this fakery club includes some of the largest companies in the United States:

Adacel Systems, Inc.
Advanced IT Concepts
Advanced Systems Technology, Inc.
AEgis Technologies Group, Inc.
Air Force Association
Allen, Dyer, Doppelt, Milbrath & Gilchrist, P.A.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
American Systems Corp
Applied Research Associates, Inc. (ARA)
Army Aviation Association of America
Associated Industries of Florida (AIF)
Association of the United States Army
Avataristics, LLC
AVT Simulation
Bank of America
BGI, LLC
Bohemia Interactive Simulations
BreitIdeas, Inc.
BRPH
Burr & Forman LLP
CAE, Inc.
Camber Corporation
Central Florida Marine Corps Foundation
Chatter Buzz Media
CliftonLarsonAllen
Combined Professional Associations Group
Consulate General of Canada
Creative Technologies Inc.
Cubic Defense Applications
Cybernet Systems Corporation
Daytona State College
DeVry University
Discovery Machine, Inc.
Dynamic Animation Systems (DAS)
Eagle 6 Technical Services
Edwards Financial Services
Engineering Support Personnel, Inc.
ETC Simulation
Fairwinds Credit Union
Florida Emergency Medicine Foundation
Florida High Tech Corridor Council
Florida League of Defense Contractors (FLDC)
General Dynamics IT
Good 2 Go Event Management, Inc.
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Halldale Media Inc
Heartwood, Inc.
Holland & Knight
ICF International
Industrial Smoke and Mirrors
Intego Group
International Council on Systems Engineering
IVIR, Inc.
KAEGAN Corporation
Keith Nelson — Practitioner
Kord Technologies
L-3 Communications Link Simulation & Training
Laerdal Medical
LeanSwift Solutions
Leidos
Lone Star
Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Kantor & Reed, P.A.
ManTech International
Marchena & Graham, P.A.
Matthews Systems Engineering, Inc.
McDirmit Davis & Co., LLC
Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission
Micro Depot Inc
Morrison Commercial Real Estate
Motion Analysis Corporation
National Center for Simulation
National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)
Navy League of the United States Central Florida Council
Northrop Grumman
NPerspective
Opto Ballistics
Organizational Communications, Inc.
Parsons
PNC Bank
Productivity Apex, Inc.
QinetiQ North America
Rapid Prototyping Services
RealTime Immersive, Inc.
Rockwell Collins Simulation & Training Solutions
Salient Federal Solutions
Simbionix USA Corp.
Simformotion
SIMmersion LLC
SimSTAFF
Six Degrees of Simulation, Inc.
State College of Florida
Strategic Operations, Inc.
STS International
SunTrust
Systems Technology Inc. (STI)
Team Orlando
TerraSim, Inc.
Time Warner Telecom
University of Central Florida – Institute for Simulation & Training
Valencia College
Visense
Wegmann USA, Inc. Training & Simulation
Whittaker Cooper Financial Group
Women In Defense
Zel Technologies, LLC

Here is a web page from one of their members, Strategic Operations:

www.strategic-operations.com_2014-07-01_16-34-12

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They openly admit that they sell Hollywood developed fakery to governments and military.

Here’s the web page of a small company, IIF Data, that apparently isn’t yet big enough to enjoy membership in the “National Simulation Center” with the big boys, but that doesn’t stop them from trying to get a piece of the action selling their “Role Player Support Services” to governments:

www.iifdata.com_2014-07-01_16-19-21

Here’s an interesting craigslist ad:

Terrorist Mock Exercise, Volunteers needed – Tallahassee
Apr 1, 2014 – Operation Deep Freeze is a full scale exercise, Volunteers needed for hospital triage. 18+ age volunteers will need to not wear nice clothing due to moulage (makeup) will be applied to simulate injuries. Lunch, certificate of .. tallahassee.en.craigslist.org/eve/4402211384.html
Here’s how the event was carried out is explained in this news article here.

“The lead planner, Chris Rietow, says, “The exercise actually started last week when we released some intelligence to the North Florida Fusion Exchange that would potentially lead to a terrorism-related incident.”

So they gave fake info to their local ‘fusion centre‘ in advance of their faked ‘incident’ claiming that terrorism was about to happen. The so-called fusion centers are KGB like domestic spying nodes within the United States used to monitor American citizens.

Here’s an article on a training for a mock nuke going off in a major city, “the premise for the training scenario is that a 10-kiloton nuclear bomb was detonated in Cincinnati.”

(Cf. Operation Blackjack)

False flag nuke attack

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These drills provide the training for conducting successful false flag events against the domestic population of the United States. Once the people running a drill feel they have perfected it, they can schedule another one that will ‘go live’ and be presented to the public as a real emergency. That will terrify people and we will all be more compliant to whatever policy objective the corrupt government is currently pushing.

All sorts of these false-flag drills go on all the time: