By Scott Creighton
“49 dead, 53 injured”supposedly…sure let’s party like it’s 1999…you shameless frauds are disgusting…”-YouTube Commenter
When events in the American Gladio campaign take place, one of the first instincts for the leadership class of the town or city involved has to be centered around self preservation. If it’s a city that centers on industry (not many left here in the states) then the first inclination of the spin doctors working for the city would be to assure the financial investment class that they are #BackToWork so that the global speculators don’t write them off or worse, start pulling capitol out of their localities.
In the case of Orlando, the main industry is fun. Tourists don’t go to Orlando to be depressed. They want to enjoy the illusion, not dread the stark reality of what happened (?) . They have enough reality at home.
With that in mind, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office has put together a little video of them dancing around at a mock press conference, in their offices and on the streets of the city. It’s marketed as a “healing” move but in the stark reality of what happened (?) there on June 12, you have too understand, it’s not about “healing” the hearts and minds of Orlando citizens as much as it is about “healing” the profit margins of the tourist industry in the city. These “fun” based industries certainly hold a lot of sway with the local politicians who could tell the Sheriff’s Office what to do and when.
Below the fold I have posted the video which I find extremely offensive. It should be noted that the Youtube video was posted to the official Orange County Sheriff’s Office Youtube page where it has received twice as many “dislike” votes as it has “likes”
You will also notice the date it was posted, July 1st. That’s about 3 weeks after the shooting (?) at the Pulse nightclub which supposedly took 49 lives and seriously injured another 53 citizens of Orlando.
A video like this isn’t made overnight. With all the different locations and shoots presented in the video, one has too assume it took at least a week to film and then edit and process. Perhaps more.