Unreal. This may just be the most obviously scripted and staged-managed event yet.
We’re told that at 7pm CDT local time, two male suspects were shot and killed on Sunday outside of an event at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, a suburb of Dallas, an incident which lasted exactly 15 seconds.
The US media were quick to label this as a “terrorist” incident. In addition to the two dead “terror suspects”, an unarmed security guard, Garland Independent School District employee Bruce Joiner, is said to have been wounded during an ‘exchange of gunfire’ but it’s not yet clearwhose gunfire actually hit him.
‘FREE SPEECH EVENT’ OR POLITICAL PROVOCATEURING?
The controversial “Muhammad Art Exhibit and Cartoon Contest” was organized by the American Freedom Defense Initiative, led by anti-Islamic media personality Pamela Geller, and featured far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders, as a keynote speaker. Geller claims to have purposely chosen the venue following the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) gathering who held a “Stand with the Prophet” conference in late January 2015 after the Charlie Hebdo shootings.
Geller told FOX News after the incident, the cost of her event was “upwards of $50,000″.
Geller claims that the event was “in support of free speech,” evoking a cry for “solidarity with Charlie Hebdo”, and promised $10,000 for the best Mohammed cartoon. It’s also believed that none of the artists who ‘mailed-in’ their artwork were actually in attendance at Geller’s event. Various internet posts and provocations have been littering the blogosphere for the last 3 months, in an effort to set the stage for Sunday’s manufactured incident.
Staged Drill, False Flag
Incredibly, almost immediately after the suspects drove up to the front of the building and started shooting at a security officer, tweets that seemed to identify them started to surface. The #texasattack hashtag quickly became a trending topic on Twitter.
“Twitter users pointed to a tweet that came out just before the attack. The tweet from @atawaakul, or said, “The bro with me and myself have given bay-ah to Amirul Mu’mineen. May Allah accept us as mujahideen. Make dua” with the hashtag #texasattack. That account has been suspended”, reported on Sunday (see tweet above).
“Twitter users pointed to a tweet that came out just before the attack. The tweet from @atawaakul, or “Shariah is Light” said, “The bro with me and myself have given bay-ah to Amirul Mu’mineen. May Allah accept us as mujahideen. Make dua” with the hashtag #texasattack. That account has been suspended”, reported USA Today on Sunday (see tweet above).
The media are using this single ‘tweet’ as the case-closer already, calling it “a digital trail”. Excitingly, FOX News referred to this as, “A chilling tweet that could help investigators crack this case.” Other media operatives like CNN’s Ben Ferguson, proceeded to drive home the narrative that this was an Islamic “terror” attack.
“An account belonging to someone calling himself Abu Hussain Al Britani, at @_abuHu55ain, tweeted, “Allahu Akbar!!!!! 2 of our brothers just opened fire at the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) art exhibition in texas! #texasattack.” The account was also suspended.”
Note how the tweet reads, “opened fire” and not “killed by police”, as if Abu Hussain Al Britani was there giving a play-by-play of an event that only lasted 15 seconds. This sloppy social media work indicates that we are witnessing a completely staged event here.
Another tweet, for good measure: “Another account, claimed to be that of Abu Hamza Al-habashi, a “Citizen & Soldier of Islamic State”, tweeted “Allahu Akber The 2 Brothers attained shahdah in Texas.”
USA Today then inserted this familiar talking point to round-out the basic “Twitter” narrative: “Al-Qaeda and ISIS have shown a deft ability to use the Internet, particularly YouTube and social media, to spread their message and recruit followers around the globe.”
According to Garland’s Mayor, Douglas Athas, and other media reports, a ‘SWAT Team’ was put into place BEFORE the event because of “safety concerns”.
The ‘SWAT Team’ on display for the media looked more like a military unit...
‘SWAT Team’ member, or contractor?
Special Ops paramilitary unit was in position BEFORE the event in Garland.
In addition to this, Garland Police Officer Joe Harn stated to the media that, “The School District hired additional security for this event.”
In what appears to be part of the overarching drill, long after the two “gunman” were allegedly shot and killed, the entire local district around the venue was placed into full lock-down, as bomb squads were brought in apparently due to fears that the dead gunman had explosives hidden in their black sedan car. Officer Harn then notified the media — “The evacuation of all businesses in the area – just in case.” Notice how teams organized an evacuation, and not “shelter in place” – more evidence that points to a drill.
We’re also told that organizers of the event had spent an additional $10,000 with the Garland Police Department on “advanced security” for their event.
— 21st Century Wire (@21WIRE) May 18, 2015