Dave Mustaine: “Obama staged Aurora Shooting”
August 16, 2012
By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | AUGUST 16, 2012
UPDATE – 4:00 pm: Dave Mustaine issued a statement on the Alex Jones Radio Show clarifying that his statement sought to mirror an existent opinion given by Larry Pratt, head of Gun Owners of America, who said that if the US government had carried out Fast and Furious, people had to be open to believe that the mass shootings in Wisconsin and Colorado could have also been conducted by the same corrupt people.
Megadeth lead singer, Dave Mustaine had no contemplation during a recent concert in Singapore regarding Barack Obama’s action in the United States. While he was taking a break between songs, Mustaine said that Obama’s wish to impose new rules about gun ownership went as far as staging shootings such as the ones that took place in Colorado and Wisconsin.
Mustaine thanked the audience and then began talking about his opinion on current events in the United States and how Obama and his government were transforming the U.S. into a Nazi country. “So he’s staging all of these murders, like the ‘Fast And Furious’ thing down at the border, Aurora, Colorado, all the people that were killed there, and now the beautiful people at the Sikh temple,” said Mustaine, before adding, “I don’t know where I’m gonna live if America keeps going the way it’s going because it looks like it’s turning into Nazi America.”
The singer also mentioned US government corruption related to the not so secret gun running scheme known as Fast and Furious, under which the US government shipped guns to Mexican Drug Cartels in order to blame the second amendment and issue more regulations on gun ownership.
The race to impose limitation on the second amendment became even stronger this year, after the alternative media unveiled the corrupt gun dealing secret program ran by the US Justice Department. Since it was revealed the the US government was involved in the shipping of firearms to Mexico, three mass shootings conveniently occurred to give the very same gun running government the opportunity to call for the erosion of the right to own and bear arms.
See Mustaine’s comments below:
As we reported on The Real Agenda, both shooters in Aurora and Wisconsin had very close ties to the US government. In the case of Holmes, he was the recipient of a $26,000 government grant — offered to him through the National Institutes for Health — for the specific purpose of studying Neuroscience. The National Institutes of Health is a component agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This relationship makes Holmes’ mass killing a painful example of taxpayer-funded homicide.
But the details about Holmes get even stranger. According to Journalist Wayne Madsen, there are more links between James Holmes and American government research, such as the the Salk Institute, a place involved with neurologically enhancing soldiers’ abilities on the battlefield, which also has connections with the US Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
In the case of Wade Michael Page, his connections to government programs are also clear and very direct. Up until 1998, Page was a US Army Psy-Op specialist. Psychological Operations are an important part of the US Army. In fact, they are conducted all the time. Page held his position at Fort Bragg until he was given a less-than-honorable discharge.
All Fast and Furious as well as the Colorado and Wisconsin shootings have also given international organizations such as the UN, the opportunity to call for more worldwide gun control, to a point where the globalist organization has proposed a ban on the Constitutional right to own firearms. The UN intends to be the sole owner of most of the powerful weaponry now available to countries around the world to become the referee in any international dispute while nations and their citizens are banned from owning firearms to defend themselves.
Dave Mustaine adds his name to the long list of celebrities and other public figures who seem to be waking up to government corruption and tyranny. Other known people who have come out to talk about Fast and Furious, staged shootings and other issues include Former Atlanta Braves player,John Rocker, TV and movie actor Charlie Sheen, former governor Jesse Ventura, former presidential candidate, Ron Paul, Judge Andrew Napolitano and many more.