A. The first thing I see is someone (a normal guy) and he is dressing up in a costume like he is getting ready to do a show. There are people helping to primp him (referring to the gunman), and I see them strategically placing microphones under his clothes. This was premeditated, and people were "pumping him up" before the performance as I see he was really nervous and having a hard time pulling it together.
Q. Who helped him and what did Man Haron Monis get for all this?
A. This looks complicated, like a layer within and layer, so let me explain... I see caucasian looking men (American?, British?) dressed up in muslim clothes (feels like a costume) approaching Man Haron Monis. Man Haron Monis is somewhat imbalanced, and very much believes in the muslim culture (the religion and belief system resonates with him). Man Haron Monis isn't an activist, but yet still stands out and many people knew who he was. So, we have men pretending they are muslim (and they aren't) getting a man to dress up like a muslim and act out (which isn't him either).
I see these caucasian men paid Man Haron Monis a great deal of money to create this hostage situation BUT there were conditions to the agreement. Man Haron Monis was given money, prepped (so they could maiting contact and know what was going on) BUT once he entered the cafe, he was on his own. It was up to him to pull this off and escape, and he wouldn't be protected after he went on his own.
Q. Was the gunman under any psychic influence? Any drugs involved?
A. At a glance he is sweating (A LOT) and when he talks spit keeps flying out of his mouth. He looks to be under something, but when I really focus it looks like his nerves... I keep getting references to this being like a show and he has to preform.
Q. What was the purpose?
A. I definitely see that this man was coached and encouraged to create this hostage situation. The emphasis of this situation was to include ISIS-ISIL (that was the need for the clothing and flag). The goal of this was a few things:
- The want to keep the idea of ISIS in the media. Many are disputing the true existence of this group (versus a fear based "idea"). The want it alive and well.
- They are planting the seed for other attacks (even self-inflicted) that promote and protect other agendas. I hear the phrase "If / when these attacks do happen it must be ISIS."
- They keep talking about "Lone Wolf" attacks and how individuals are rising up doing these horrible things. In reality the media is inspiring the attacks (by people that aren't government sponsored) because they keep talking about them and creating false fame. Media is promoting the exact thing they are telling people to be fearful of. This is also a tactic to have "patsys" available for when something does go down.
- This is used to reinforce the idea that "guns are bad" to make that another issue. When false attacks have occurred on American soil, America still didn't relinquish their guns, but if it happens somewhere else it is viewed as more "shock factor."
- Most importantly, they want a war to get a reason to occupy and control oil-producing countries. As the monetary systems start to suffer, gold is where the value lies, and oil is "black gold."