Monday, July 25, 2016

The Vanishing Santa Claus of Munich's Shooting

Munich's Amoklauf has been a minefield of hidden discoveries.

For instance, it has been brought to my attention that initial reports of a Santa Claus being seen near the attack are disappearing from media reports. 

This is the archived passage:
Two witnesses told n-tv television that they saw a man dressed as Santa Claus walking away from the scene of the shooting with a crowd of people. One said the man had blonde hair, was not carrying a weapon but had a suitcase.

The account is still visible at the Blue Lives Matter News, the Arab America News, and the Otago Daily News.

While searching on Google shows that this same phrase existed in previous online copies of articles on the Munich attack, they have been deleted from later editions. See here, here, and here, for three examples. 

Was there a "Christmas in July" event happening at this mall that the media wishes to hide?

In line with the twilight language, it probably is of no surprise to readers here that Santa Claus - Saint Nicholas - should make an appearance in the Munich rampage. 

The contemporary thoughts of Jim Brandon, author of Weird America (1978) and The Rebirth of Pan (1983), are turning out to be worthy of our attention, in the strangest places. (For more on the Nicholas name game, see here.)

Besides the materials on school shootings found in the gunman's room, and his obvious choice of the 5th anniversary of the Norway: 7.22.11 Breivik Attacks, even the location may have been picked on purpose.

The Olympia Park Mall was built near where the previous entitled "Munich Massacre" occurred. The Munich massacre was an attack during the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany, at which eleven Israeli Olympic team members were taken hostage and eventually killed, along with a German police officer, by the Palestinian terrorist group Black September.

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