Update: Perhaps my Moslem theory will bear fruit in the coming days – authorities have officially declared that Marilou Danley is once again a “person of interest” wanted for questioning (she’s in Rody Duterte’s realm at the moment).
We’ve also learned that Paddock may have left a note in the hotel room used to carry out his massacre – will we know its contents, or will it be suppressed?
As someone who is in his late 20’s, I have to admit that this shooting is arguably the most insane incident I can recall in my entire life.
Nothing makes sense – absolutely nothing.
Stephen Paddock essentially lived the Boomer dream as promised by the Jews – reserves of money, multiple houses, ways to make a living that required little to no actual work, no children to properly raise and/or support, and his very own Asiatic “sucky, sucky 5 dolla” mistress.
We’re therefore left with no serious motive that would drive this guy to slaughter dozens and wound hundreds – normally such things require intense hatred, passion, and a readiness for action that needs to hold the line over the course of the weeks and months of preparation time.
And we’re definitely sure this guy prepared over a lengthy time – he had several pounds of bomb-making ammonium nitrate in his car, more than three dozen guns total, and enough ammunition to supply an entire platoon through a massive battle.
The man who shot dead 59 people and injured 527 others in Las Vegas on Sunday night was a multimillionaire who took a huge arsenal of 23 guns into his Mandalay Bay hotel room, which he transformed into an elaborate sniper’s nest before opening fire on a country music festival.
Stephen Paddock, 64, had made millions from real estate deals, according to his brother; he also owned two planes and several properties across the US, and seemed normal apart from his passion for gambling large sums.
But he’d also secretly amassed a massive arsenal of 42 firearms. At least one of those was automatic, while another two had been modified with legal bump-stock devices that allows semi-automatic guns to give full-auto fire of up to 800 rounds a minute. Several had scopes, and packed military-grade ammunition.
He took 23 of those guns into his Mandalay Bay suite over several days and set up two rifles on tripods at windows overlooking the Route 91 Harvest country music festival.
Thousands of rounds of ammunition were also found in the suite, enabling him to fire repeatedly over the course of 72 minutes. His car had several pounds of a fertilizer used in bomb-making.
He also set up a camera in his room, apparently to film the mass murder, and others in the hallway to capture police arriving. Before carrying out the shooting, he used a hammer-like tool to smash out two window in his room which he used to fire out of.
Paddock had lived in 27 residences in Nevada, Florida and Texas as an adult, but other than that he had apparently lived a quiet and unremarkable life – and the reason for the most deadly assault in American history remains a mystery.
The retired accountant had worked as an internal auditor at Lockheed Martin for three years in the late 1980s, and was a manager and investor in apartment complexes located in Mesquite, Texas and California, which made him millions, his brother said, according to the Las Vegas Sun.
Local police said they had no run-ins with the man, not even traffic violations, and his brother described him as ‘just a guy who lived in Mesquite who drove down and gambled in Las Vegas and… liked burritos’.
So the discovery that he had used 10 suitcases to methodically move an arsenal up into his Mandalay Bay room over the preceding weekend came as a shock to those who knew him.
Eric Paddock said he thought his brother was far from a gun fanatic.
‘He had a couple of guns but they were all handgun, legal… he might have had one long gun, but he had them in a safe,’ he said.
He said he didn’t know about the 23 guns that were found in the hotel room.
Police also found the fertilizer ammonium nitrate – which can be used to make bombs – in Paddock’s car in Las Vegas on Monday.
A SWAT team also raided a second property owned by Paddock in Reno on Monday. Bomb experts were on hand, due to concerns over booby traps.
Police have not yet revealed what, if anything, they found there. Speaking on Monday evening, police said that the scene was still being examined by detectives.
Although ISIS have repeatedly attempted to claim credit for the shooting, saying Paddock had recently converted to Islam, both his brother and authorities have dismissed the claims.
At the end of the day, there are really only three explanations for Paddock’s decision to butcher scores of people, and even these are open to gigantic amounts of speculation.
The first is still the Moslem connection through his mysterious girlfriend Marilou Danley.
We don’t even know if she is a Moslem, as the American government has been very hush hush about her exact place of origin – an Australian paper was the first to break that she was definitely from the Philippines, although even they did not specify if she was from Mindanao or any of the smaller islands that are home to terrorist groups.
Her maiden name isn’t even being released, and we’ve heard exactly nothing about whether Stephen journeyed to Southeast Asia in the past – one wonders how he gained his tactical knowledge.
The second explanation is far more complex, but basically revolves around the idea that Paddock simply succumbed to the disgusting nihilism that dominates our fallen society.
Because like I said above, our killer for the most part attained the ideal Baby Boomer life that was used as bait by the Jews so many years ago – pure materialism with no greater purpose to go with it.
And as we’ve discussed before, such a life produces individuals with no loyalty, no regard for the greater good, and no desire to do anything but satisfy selfish urges – true rebellion like the Alt-Right doesn’t seem to be common in generations older than the Millennials.
When that happens, expect violence and breakdowns on a far more regular basis than in a society that is healthy and focused on more important goals than getting a bigger McMansion, a new car, and a better place in the virtue-signalling pecking order.
And I guess the third explanation would be an anti-White, anti-traditionalist motive much along the lines of the Bernie Bro that shot up the Republican baseball game earlier this year, although wouldn’t we have a manifesto for that?