There is lots of conjecture on who Stephen Paddock is and why he did such a monsterous thing as murdering 59 people in Las Vegas, and wounding over 500 people. People are trying to figure out who he was, and why he did this heinous act. I’m not sure if there is definitive evidence of his allegiance with Antifa or ISIS (this one I am much more sceptical of), but all signs point to yes. I’m sure there is information out there and will come to light, and not unsubstantiated claims. I can tell, with the amount of traffic on this blog yesterday; this is a topic everybody is searching for because we want to know who this monster is. Both my blogs had hundreds of reads, in a day where video is king.
The mainstream media narrative is denying us the proper perspective on the facts, and I’m going to go through what we have realised is happening today.
Paddock’s father, Benjamin Patrick Paddock, however, had been convicted in 1961 of a number of bank robberies and sentenced to prison. He escaped in 1968 and was recaptured a decade later. The Paddock brothers did not know their father.
The scary thing about psychopaths, is they walk in our culture, hidden in plain sight. He never had a ‘mental illness’, he was a dangerous psychopath. He never knew the difference between right and wrong, and he remained completely in control of what he was doing as he killed so many people. What set him off to do this was probably how angry people were at ‘Trump’ when the hurricanes went off, which affected Stephen’s mom. He was probably protesting Trump already, and when the storms hurt his mom, he probably wanted to punish Trump and his supporters for ‘climate change’.
Eric told CNN that he last heard from his brother when Paddock checked in to see how their mother was doing in Florida after Hurricane Irma wiped out power in the area. After they spoke, Paddock sent his mother a new walker, “because she was having trouble walking,” Eric said.
“We’re f—d up. I mean, I’ve got a 90-year-old mother whose son just killed 50-plus people and now is dead,” he said. “He’s just a guy who played video poker and took cruises and ate burritos at Taco Bell. There’s no political affiliation that we know of. There’s no religious affiliation that we know of.”
Psychopaths can be completely non-violent for years, ultimately melding into our culture, and then they have the one moment that changes them, that causes them to enter completely unethical behaviour that often ends in pain and suffering for many people. Psychopathy isn’t a ‘mental illness’ because nobody develops it. People are just born that way.
Psychopaths also have a tendency where they would never belong to any communities. So no religious or political affiliation sounds like someone who is psychopathic. The only thing I’ve heard that may suggest he wasn’t a psychopath is his erratic work history. Again, if he was a ‘career criminal’, that might be calculated as well.
A psychopath’s ability to meld into their environments is the reason his neighbour described him as a ghost. He was in complete control, and he wanted to disappear from the view of the public. Stephen was probably involved in other criminal activities, and that is apparently the reason why the blinds were always down. He didn’t want anybody to notice how different he was.
In Reno, Diane McKay lived next door to Paddock and Danley until July, when McKay moved to a different community, but she said she only ran into Danley occasionally when both women happened to be pulling weeds from their front yards. Danley wasn’t forthcoming about her life, and Paddock was aggressively unfriendly, McKay recalled. She only saw him in the mornings, when he went to the clubhouse to work out. Occasionally, he would open the garage door, revealing a large safe the size of a refrigerator. Other than that, the couple kept their blinds closed.
“He was weird. Kept to himself,” said McKay, 79, who described Paddock as small but in pretty good shape. “It was like living next to nothing. . . . You can at least be grumpy, something. He was just nothing, quiet. He never went out in the back and enjoyed the back yard, nature. They had a little back yard, 17 feet to the fence and hill. But the blinds were always closed.”
Diane McKay says their blinds were always closed, and they were always quiet. Nobody does that unless they are hiding something. The idea that Paddock was always hiding suggests he was up to some shady stuff. He was always going to Las Vegas and gambled. I’m not going to suggest that can get you into trouble, always running into debt. Who knows what dark place he got to, that lead to this very dark act. As I said, my gut says he was doing this in the name of Antifa, but I don’t have all the evidence, and I am not going to just take AlexJones and Infowar’s word for it.
What disturbs me, is the media is saying he wasn’t working on this. I expect his partner Marilou Danley knew something. That may be the reason she was out of the country when this happened. I’m sure Stephen Paddock had this meticulously planned, and why it went off as it did, with 59 dead, and over 500 wounded.
Police say they recovered a cache of weapons, including 10 rifles, from the 64-year-old accountant’s room on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel overlooking the music festival on the grounds below. Other reports say there were 19 guns, including two rifles with scopes, mounted on tripods. They were set up in front of the two windows in the hotel room, which Paddock had smashed out.
At this point, police say the weapons appear to have been legally purchased but the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is conducting traces on multiple firearms recovered from the scene.
What is still unclear is whether Paddock used a fully automatic or semi-automatic weapon in his killing spree.
How did he get these weapons? How did he get them into the Mandalay Hotel without someone asking him why he needed these weapons? Why was nothing done at the hotel? The Las Vegas massacre seems like a comedy of errors, except it wasn’t a comedy. And 59 people died, including 3 Canadians, and left hundreds wounded. Thousands of lives may be changing because nothing was done to prevent this.
And all the gun control laws would have done nothing. First, Stephen didn’t have anything other than a citation, when it came to the law. No criminal and psychological test would have determined anything. Looking at how this event went down, this was very organised and very planned, and that would point towards psychopathic behaviour. Some people interviewing him would have been a little creeped out by him, like Diane McKay, but that isn’t enough to deny a person a weapon.
Second, people with criminal intent don’t obey the laws. If they want to get their hands on weapons, they will go out and get weapons, even if that transaction is an illegal act. Determining who a psychopath is very, very, hard. They are chameleons, melding in, being quiet, and escaping notice.
The only argument would be on what kind of arms can be bought and sold. As a Canadian, my opinion may be different than many Americans, so I am not going to pretend to have an opinion. Americans need to debate this and figure out what is best for their country. I lean Libertarian, so if a law-abiding citizen wants rapid firearms, they should be able to buy them. Ask Chicago how well strict gun control has ‘helped’ against murder.
The hardest lesson to learn from this, there was probably nothing people could have done until these weird things started to happen. The Hotel should have been suspicious when someone is coming in with a total of an 19 weapons. The last time I saw someone with that many weapons it was Arnold Schwarzenegger in the movie Commando.
Why the Hotel didn’t stop and question Stephen Paddock will remain a mystery. It may be inconvenient to Hotel visitors, but they might need more security before and during an event like this – including metal detectors. Psychopaths are very calculating, and we need to do everything to ensure this real ‘1 percent’ is prevented from doing something evil.
Nobody wants to these kinds of senseless tragedies to ever happen again. I wonder if Stephen did this because he is Anti-Trump, trying to punish people he identified as ‘Trump Supporters’. I’m sure there were just as many supporters of the Democrats in the crowd.
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