By Mark Taliano
The shooting in Orlando, Florida, is not about homosexuals, or Muslims, or assault rifles.
It is about waging aggressive warfare overseas, empowering the domestic police state, and electing a warmongering President.
Dr. Graeme McQueen, founding member of the Centre for Peace Studies at McMaster University, Canada and author of The 2001 Anthrax Deception, argues that the prime suspects in any such case should be intelligence agencies.
We don’t have to go far to see the hand of intelligence agencies in this catastrophe. The shooter himself was an employee of G4S, described by journalist Alex Emmons as “a giant, often controversial global contracting corporation that provides mercenary forces, prison guards and security services.”
Additionally, the shooter’s father is said to be a CIA asset.
Given that Intelligence agencies are well-positioned to engineer synthetic terror threats, author Naomi Wolf argues that it is “crazy” not to…
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