On Halloween October 31st, 2017 the streets of Manhattan were subjected to an attack of terrorism by Sayfullo Saipov (*currently a suspect at the time of this writing). The terrorist group ISIS was the alleged inspiration for this senseless tragedy; but I wanted to mention a couple theories that should be considered.
When this attack happened I was checking the news online. CNN posted an article that alluded to information about a motive for attacking on Halloween; however when I read the article it made no mention.
I was able to find more information on NYPost which explains the date chosen because more civilians were believed to be on the streets:
“Saipov chose October 31, Halloween, for the attack because he believed there would be more civilians on the street for the holiday,” the feds wrote in a 10-page complaint.
Sources added that he was specifically hoping there would be kids among the carnage.
What’s curious here is the concept of ritual sacrificial holidays; most specifically Halloween (aka Samhain).
I wrote an analysis on this sacrifice theory (read it HERE), which ties into this belief that the ancient cultures of paganism practiced sacrifices which occur to this day (often times associated with the Illuminati).
Weapon of Mass Distraction
Another curiosity about this attack was the timing to happen one day after the bombshell revelation about President Trump’s associates in the Russian investigation.
FoxNews spelled out the charges against Paul Manafort and Richard Gates:
Manafort and Gates were indicted by a federal grand jury that contains 12 counts: conspiracy against the U.S., conspiracy to launder money, unregistered agent of a foreign principal, false and misleading [Foreign Agents Registration Act] statements, false statements, and seven counts of failure to file reports of foreign bank and financial accounts, a spokesperson for the Special Counsel’s Office told Fox News.
Time will tell how much traction all of this has, but FoxNews points out the connection into the Clinton-Russia ordeal (and possibly Pizzagate if we consider the theories about Wikileaks’ access to emails about Podesta):
Along with Donald Trump Jr., Trump’s eldest son, Manafort met with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskay in June 2016. She was said to have damaging information on Trump’s campaign rival, Hillary Clinton, which was “part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.”
All of this came to light on October 30th, 2017 and was splashed on every news site possible, until the attacks on the 31st…
In America we’ve chosen to go down the path of privacy invasion through legislation like the Patriot Act which trades privacy in the name of false security.
While I’m confident some acts of terrorism have been foiled with the pervasive surveillance of emails, texts, phone calls, etc.; I often times ask if it’s worth it.
Of course all lives are worth saving but there’s a certain risk involved with having a truly free society. Without getting too high up on my soapbox I’d like to point out the case in point.
According to the NYPost, Sayfullo Saipov had planned this attack out based on instructions from ISIS online:
About two months ago, Saipov decided to carry out the terror attack with a truck, a method ripped straight out of the ISIS playbook, authorities said.
“He appears to have followed almost exactly to a T the instructions that ISIS has put out in its social media channels before with instructions to their followers on how to carry out such an attack,” Miller explained.
On Oct. 4, Saipov searched online for the Home Depot store in Passaic, NJ, where he rented the truck used in the massacre, the feds said.
Less than two weeks later, he researched “Halloween in NYC” online, and then looked up truck rentals at the Home Depot store on Oct. 18, according to the feds.
He rented a flatbed pickup truck from the Passiac Home Depot an hour before attack.
…The feds interviewed Saipov in 2015 about his possible ties to suspected terrorists — but didn’t have enough damning evidence to build a case against him, ABC News reported.
His name and address were listed as a “point of contact” for two men whose names were on the Counterterrorism and Criminal Exploitation Unit’s list after they arrived in the US from “threat countries,” a federal source told ABC.
One of the men was considered a “suspected terrorist.”
Miller said Saipov, who came to the US in 2010 through a Diversity Visa Program lottery, was never the subject of an FBI investigation.
What’s curious here is that ISIS apparently put their instructions on their social media (which one would think is getting the heaviest amount of surveillance). On top of that, the NYPost claims Saipov was interviewed in 2015 for connections to terrorism.
Why wasn’t he under higher levels of surveillance?… If the public masses are to have every correspondence stored in the Bumblehive then wouldn’t he have been classified as a much higher risk with more surveillance?
I don’t profess to understand how all the pieces fit together but to me it seems like the high levels of privacy invasion aren’t paying off.
As of November 3rd, 2017 (the date of writing this), it appears the Republican party is trying to get Robert Mueller out of the picture, as per BusinessInsider:
A group of conservative Republican lawmakers introduced a resolution on Friday calling for Robert Mueller to recuse himself as the special counsel investigating Russia’s interference in the 2016 US election and whether President Donald Trump’s campaign team colluded with Moscow.
Reps. Matt Gaetz of Florida, Andy Biggs of Arizona, and Louie Gohmert of Texas say Mueller should step down because he was the FBI director in 2010 when US government agencies approved the sale of Uranium One, a Canadian energy company, to a Russian nuclear-energy firm. The deal required approval because Uranium One had mining operations in the US.
When Donald Trump became the US President it became clear that we were facing a new age (or New World Order if you consider that argument). He seemed to be the candidate of conspiracy due to this appearances on Alex Jones’ Infowars and other stances, but I’ve always been skeptical of that.
To me it seems that he was being used to push a certain image or archetype of the “conspiracy theorist” because of his unique ability to turn so many people off.
As far as this Russian investigation, I believe there’s a lot more to come. It seems Mueller may be exposing a bit too much of the hidden politics for the “chaos candidate”…
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