16 thoughts on “L. A. Is on Assignment!

    • Also, no matter how tempting do not attempt bring back one of them from the Las Vegas strip area. That probably is NOT a Nephilim, it is most likely a bouncer from Caesars Palace casino. 😉

  1. Have a good time, don’t get too close to the fence line!!!

    This is about the subject yesterday: [Copied from a commenter on below article:]

    According to Alexis’ family he has had mental problems since being a first responder at 9/11. I do not know how long he has been in the hands of psychiatrists or other mental health “professionals,” but he has certainly been in their loving hands.

    Psychiatrists are nothing but drug pushers for one of the most lucrative and powerful industries on the planet. The drugs they push are known to have possible side effects including suicidal and homicidal ideation, aggressive behavior and confusion, among other frightening phenomena. This is no secret; just read the warning labels.

    Virtually every mass murderer we have heard about since before Columbine has a history with psychiatrists and their drugs. The number of people on these drugs is staggering. These sorts of crimes will continue until the mental health industry is cleaned up. Politicians and news (propaganda) media resist this because they receive funding and influence from drug companies and because politicians and media exploit mass murders and other chaotic events for their own ulterior motives.

    I feel as though this discussion shouldn’t be over as now the media will use this story to formulate whatever agenda they want. The headline on drudge: Navy shooter not happy with America. Well, isn’t that the majority of americans today? So with that-what are they trying to do in that sense. Are tptb going to do something so egregious that the majority will then be a threat thereby lumping us all as ‘dangerous’? Just trying to stay two steps ahead.

  2. Apparent “pattern” with these shooters…could these be the “conditioned ones” that R. Dizdar speaks about at length? Forces working behind the scenes to disarm Americans … hmmm….

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    • The above video is called the Demonic Alien Agenda – with interviews with LA Marzulli, Chuck Missler, Dr. David Jacobs etc. It is one of the best Christian and expert perspectives on the ufo/alien/demonic agenda and it potential for world wide deception. Please watch and pass it on.

  4. I will keep you in my prayers LA, safe travels.

    On anther subject, we hear such bad news all the time I thought a little good news might bring back a bit of hope for the human race. This story caught my eye and I thought it was a pretty good one. This happened at a Dairy Queen in Hopkins, Minn.

    When a visually impaired customer accidentally dropped a $20 bill at a Hopkins, Minn., Dairy Queen, employee Joey Prusak said he was shocked by what happened next.

    “The lady behind him just picked it up and put it in her purse,” he told Yahoo News. “As if no one saw it.”

    What Prusak did inspired another customer to write an email to the store manager praising the 19-year-old for his calm and kindness. The email went to Reddit, was picked up by the Daily Mail and quickly turned Prusak into a nominee for the Nice Guy Hall of Fame (if only such a place existed).

    Prusak, who has been working at Dairy Queen since he was 14, told Yahoo News that he recognized the visually impaired customer. “He’s a regular and he always pays with a debit card,” he said. “He doesn’t use a wallet, so when he pulled out his card, the cash fell to the ground.”

    After the woman picked up the $20 and put it in her purse, Prusak said he confronted her about it. “I said, ‘Ma’am, can you please return the gentleman’s money?'”

    The woman denied that she took the cash. “There was kind of a scene,” Prusak said. “I told her what she did was extremely disrespectful and she had to leave.”

    She did, but she never gave back the money. So, Prusak went above and beyond. He walked to the customer who had lost the $20 and gave him $20 from his own pocket.

    “I felt it needed to be done,” he said. The man thanked him, and Prusak didn’t really think anything of it, going back to his job.

    Flash-forward several days. Prusak’s manager gets an email from a customer who witnessed the exchange.

    “He said, ‘Why didn’t you tell me?'” Prusak said, explaining that it didn’t cross his mind. “It felt like the right thing to do.”

    First off, stealing $20.00 from a blind person….how low can you go?? Secondly, what a wonderful act of honesty and kindness. Gives me a little hope for the future when I hear about young people like this young man , his parents should be proud..

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