Port Arthur Massacre Tasmania

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  1. UntilNextTime

    UntilNextTime Well-Known Member

    Jun 16, 2022
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    The Port Arthur massacre of 28–29 April 1996 was a mass shooting in which 35 people were killed and 23 others were wounded in Port Arthur, Tasmania.

    The event was real, but the circumstances were fake.
    Martin Bryant, the accused, was someone who was used in the attack for a narrative to be conceived for a pending agenda. That agenda was to rid Australia of those who sold and owned military-style rifles to and of the public. How could they do that without public outcry by law-abiding citizens? Create a problem, get a reaction, and provide a solution to the problem that those behind the scenes created.

    From my perspective and that of Bryant's demeanour, he was less of a simple man. Someone who found it difficult to tie his own shoelaces and string a coherent sentence together.
    I had served 14 years in the military and trained to shoot. I was pretty good by military standards. From the narrative portrayed by the crisis actors that MSM reported on, they were stating that Bryant was holding two military-style semi-auto rifles. Now, this next bit puzzled me to the point of laughter. How do you pull off 35 kills, all 'third eye' headshots from holding and firing from the hip with no idea on how to shoot in the first place? Puzzling. As I said, I was a damn good shot in my time and to do what Bryant did was a trillion-to-one odds accomplishment. Once again, the guys on the grassy knoll were there taking the kill shots and Bryant was the patsy, fall guy, scapegoat to fulfil the agenda by removing those kinds of weapons being in the hands of law abiders and yet the criminals still have theirs.

    There were just far too many holes in the official narrative to even be considered credible.

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  2. Eleuthera

    Eleuthera Well-Known Member Donor

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    Thanks for the perspective on the event from 1996.

    Regarding the highly skilled bullet placement in that event, and at Sandy Hook and quite a few others, I completely agree that the narratives of many of those events do not comport with the reality of shooting rifles in confined spaces.

    In retrospect, it seems that 96 event may have been staged by advocates of gun removal. It seems to have worked in Australia.

    I'm also skeptical of the story of the man who shot up a synagogue some years back. I guess that was New Zealand.

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