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James Eagan Holmes Perpetrato​r of Aurora, Colorado Theater Massacre a CIA Operative

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Tony Elliott's picture
Image Via 9 News, Denver

By now, everyone in the modern world has heard the news about the massacre at the Cinemark movie theater in Aurora, Colorado where James Eagan Holmes, dressed in full body armor opened fire on moviegoers at the screening of the new Batman movie "Dark Knight Rises" killing 12 and injuring some 60. On the surface, it appears the shooter James Eagan Holmes was completely off the record to authorities having no criminal record at all and only a speeding ticket in 2011.

What we are told about Holmes is that he was a medical student graduating with highest honors with a neuroscience degree at the University of California in Riverside in 2010. In 2011, he enrolled in a neuroscience program at the University of Colorado but, recently was in the process of withdrawal. Holmes apparently came from a moderate income family life in San Diego, California.

Holmes is said to have been a person of little words with an inquiring mind.

Weapons in his possession were an AR 15 assault rifle, Remington shotgun, and two 40 caliber Glock handguns which were purchased recently in May, June, and July of 2012.

With the info we have it seems Holmes simply got infatuated with guns and very recently planned the attack for no apparent reason or reasons unknown to anyone else but Holmes himself. His academic record was good and the prospects of further achievements were also very good. His family was stable and his own situation was problem free.

So, we are supposed to believe Holmes simply went nuts and decided to kill a few people even though he was problem free. I don't buy this explanation at all.

This supposedly random incident stinks with the smell of CIA involvement when the whole picture is put together.

First of all, he basically lived on campus over the last few years where CIA recruiters frequent daily trying to find new talent for the agency and he would have been a prime interest for several recruitment attempts during his time on campus.

Secondly, his recent withdrawal from school coincides with his purchase of weapons. This is an indication that he was recruited by the agency in the last 6 months and immediately began planning his mission.

There are many reasons the CIA would want to create a high profile massacre in the national media. The threat of terrorism is kept alive and well in the minds of the public allowing more freedom killing legislation to be enacted at home, as well as providing the necessity to wage wars abroad.

Recent attempts for gun control at home as well as the desire to sign a United Nations arms treaty are the main reasons to stage a massacre involving the use of guns.

Barack Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton are presently holding backdoor meetings with UN officials trying to hammer out a deal on an international treaty which would limit and eventually outlaw private gun ownership.

The nucleus of this gun control treaty was the brainchild of a group of Nobel Peace Laureates in 2003 and first considered by the UN in 2006 in which the UN General Assembly adopted resolution 61/89 an arms trade treaty establishing international standards for the import, export, and transfer of conventional small arms.

Under the Bush Administration, the US rejected the deal. However, since 2009 under the Obama Administration the US has overturned the previous Bush policy.

The objective of the Arms Trade Treaty is to regulate international trade of conventional weapons by non government entities. In other words, restrict and outlaw the possession of private gun ownership, stop the sale of guns and ammo to the general public, and to disarm law abiding citizens for the simple reason of reducing the potential for violent resistance to the government in the face of implementing the New World Order.

As far as James Eagan Holmes is concerned, he will enjoy having a new life with a new identity in the near future when the initial dust settles from the incident. If anyone is actually executed for the massacre, it will be some slob who was destined to be executed for a Capital criminal act anyway and he will take Holmes' place, while his family enjoys government funds as payment for doing so.

Such false flag operations staged for the manipulation of the public for sinister government plans is nothing new, it has been going on since the 1940’s, but it doesn't fly for all of us who see behind the smoke and mirrors of deception.

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Dazman's picture

Never read so much rubbish.
Tony Elliott's picture

You will find most of the rubbish on CNN. Have a cup of coffee and wake up!

Tony R. Elliott has written stories for Fate Magazine for the last 4 years, OP-ED News. He has been a Political Columnist for The Cimarron News Press in Cimarron, New Mexico from 2001 to 2003. He has also written featured editorials

spiralblue's picture

I agree that this article is rubbish. I don't even understand why it is here. What does this have to do with UFO's?
Diane Tessman's picture

The way I see it and have experienced it, a website devoted to UFOs and the paranormal can choose one of three paths when articles are offered which are not on those subjects: 1) Publish them - but what non-subject content is published and what non-subject content is chosen NOT to be published? (I don't know the answer). Ultimately, it seems up to the publisher. 2) Do not publish off-subject content at all but there are all sorts of grey (no pun intended) areas. 3) Third option for the writer is a something that bothers me: Add "UFOs" or "aliens" or similar, to the title and maybe have a paragraph on such at first BUT the actual subject matter has nothing to do with UFOs, aliens, etc. The writer has gratuitously added UFOs, aliens, etc., to gain publication and increase number of readers. Thus you could have, "UFOs, Aliens, and My Dog Barks at Raccoons." The text could begin, "UFOs and aliens are making themselves known these days, there have been many sightings." Next paragraph, "My research shows that my dog always barks at raccoons. This phenomenon is an ancient war between...." To the non-discerning reader, Option Three adds to the bad reputation of aliens because it is assumed that they are the master-minds of the dog/raccoon war or somehow involved in it: "UFOs and the Dog-Raccoon War!" Misinformation, disinformation... I truly have no answer for the publisher. Option Three, I personally object to, but I suppose it makes no difference in space, time, and the cosmos. "Conspiracies" is a Subject in the list of subjects on UFO Digest.

My website is www.earthchangepredictions.com, I invite you to visit! I write Exo-Trekking, a free online newsletter which goes outside the box of conventional thinking on UFOs, aliens, and the Unknown, an exciting contribution to current UFOlogy.

Dirk Vander Ploeg's picture

Just for the record one of our main categories is entitled: Conspiracies which has the following subcategories: Conspiracies in Religion Illuminati New World Order Assassination We have published many articles concerning the assassination of JFK and RFK and others. To be fair UFO Digest was created to explore everything from UFOs to Jack the Ripper, from Atlantis to Mars colonies. If it is a mystery it belongs here. Dirk

Dirk Vander Ploeg is the publisher of UFODigest.com.

spiralblue's picture

Understood. It just seems to me that this article has a blatant political agenda: pro NRA and anti-Obama. I fail to see any redeeming qualities. It's sad to me that someone would use the Aurora tragedy to spout such twisted ideas. But I get it. This is the internet in a free, uncensored society.
Tony Elliott's picture

The article not only has a blatant political overtone but, gets down to the nucleus of the tragedy itself which is the US government creates false flag operations to get the public swayed to a particular mindset so it may accomplish a desired goal. In this case a UN sponsored international gun control treaty and keep the idea of being under constant threat from terrorists in the minds of the public. Other shootings of late such as Toronto and Oslo also fall into the time frame of suspicion since Obama took office. Sorry, spiralblue that you live in a glass house and choose to believe everything you are told is only true if it comes from the government. The truth is there are sinister entities involved within the governments of the world today who desire global power through a New World Order. Finally; Diane Tessman. I suppose you would appreciate my articles more if I had "little green men" visiting me promoting the Global Warming/Climate Change myth.

Tony R. Elliott has written stories for Fate Magazine for the last 4 years, OP-ED News. He has been a Political Columnist for The Cimarron News Press in Cimarron, New Mexico from 2001 to 2003. He has also written featured editorials

Diane Tessman's picture

I had not one word of criticism on your article. Did you really read what I said? My only reference to your article: I reminded everyone that UFO Digest has a Conspiracy Category, so your article is not even an "off subject." The rest of what I said had nothing to do with your article. You did not divert us by starting out with "UFOs, aliens..." Please re-read.

My website is www.earthchangepredictions.com, I invite you to visit! I write Exo-Trekking, a free online newsletter which goes outside the box of conventional thinking on UFOs, aliens, and the Unknown, an exciting contribution to current UFOlogy.

Tony Elliott's picture

The point being, such articles do have as much a place here as do any involving UFOs and the paranormal.

Tony R. Elliott has written stories for Fate Magazine for the last 4 years, OP-ED News. He has been a Political Columnist for The Cimarron News Press in Cimarron, New Mexico from 2001 to 2003. He has also written featured editorials

Diane Tessman's picture

TE: Absolutely, they do.

My website is www.earthchangepredictions.com, I invite you to visit! I write Exo-Trekking, a free online newsletter which goes outside the box of conventional thinking on UFOs, aliens, and the Unknown, an exciting contribution to current UFOlogy.

Diane Tessman's picture

Tony, you apparently have the little green men and the big giant avatars right on board with you!

My website is www.earthchangepredictions.com, I invite you to visit! I write Exo-Trekking, a free online newsletter which goes outside the box of conventional thinking on UFOs, aliens, and the Unknown, an exciting contribution to current UFOlogy.

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