The very sad story of the Pulse nightclub massacre is getting curiouser and curiouser. According to an article in the New York Post, based on a TV report by the Brazilian news organization SBT, the Orlando shooter’s Uzbekistan-born ex-wife, Sitora Yusufiy testified to the FBI that their short-lived 2009 marriage was marked by violence. She says American-born Omar Mateen was a tormented person who often did go to gay nightclubs, including The Pulse in Orlando, the scene of the massacre. Yusufiy described him as an unstable person but said that she did not believe that his actions were religiously-motivated. (Mateen was an observant Muslim).
In her bid to help the investigation, Yusufiy told the FBI everything she could, including that she believed that he was struggling with his homosexual tendencies. She said that she’d been present on several occasions when Mateen’s father called his son gay.
For curious reasons, the FBI instructed Yusufiy not to disclose Omar Mateen’s sexuality on “American media”, so this information comes to us from her Brazilian fiancé, Marcio Dias in this Brazilian TV news report
Regardless of the FBI’s wish to hush up the matter of of Mateen’s homosexual tendencies, strong evidence of it has emerged from a former classmate and from at least 4 regulars of the club who said that they had seen Mateen at the Pulse on over a dozen occasions during the past 3 years, trying to pick up men. One of those said that he’d communicated with Mateen via the cellphone app Jack’d, which is for gay men to arrange dates.
In an MSNBC report, Cord Cedeno who uses the gay men’s dating app, Grindr claimed that he’d been solicited by Mateen but he’d blocked him immediately because his messages were “creepy.” Cedeno’s friends reported having seen Mateen’s profile on several other gay dating apps, as well.
Omar Mateen’s father, Afghan immigrant Seddique Mateen used to host an anti-American radio show which expressed support for the Afghan Taliban in his native Dari language. Omar Mateen was brought in for questioning by the FBI in 2013 and again, in 2014 about his possible links to terrorist groups in the Middle East with ties to Florida. Finding nothing incriminating, his case was closed and so was able to buy the assault rifle and a pistol used in the attack.
A Federal law enforcement source told the New York Post that Mateen’s current wife and mother of his son, Noor Salman was aware of Mateen’s plans, of his recent gun purchases and had driven him to the club on at least one occasion. It was reported to be likely that Salman will be charged as an accessory to 49 counts of murder and 53 counts of attempted murder.
Although Mateen called 911 to declare his allegiance to ISIS in the midst of the massacre, President Barack Obama stated that there was no indication that the attack was part of an organized effort on the part of ISIS. An attack by a non-Islamic Indiana man, James Howell, packing 3 rifles and 5 lbs. of explosives who admitted to intending to cause harm to people at a Gay Pride march in Los Angeles was foiled a few hours after the attack in Orlando. I smell a rat.
Were Mateen and Howell mind control victims in yet another false flag shooting attack, staged to roll back the Second Amendment?
Hundreds of videos have already been posted to YouTube, displaying the very fake-seeming, “crisis actor” performances of aggrieved loved ones, calling for a ban on assault weapons. Other sites have published information from social media accounts related to the 49 people who were allegedly killed.
Reports are also emerging from survivors of the attacks that there were multiple gunmen involved. That 102 people were shot in a span of 8 minutes by one man using a heavy assault rifle and a pistol does seem to require a stretch of the imagination. Yet another Lone Nut strikes again!
With his Taliban-supporting father claiming that his son’s attack was motivated by a recent trip to Miami, where gay men kissed in front of his 3-year-old son, it does appear that Mateen’s intolerant upbringing and his father’s repeated denigrating attacks on him for being gay – and that he in fact did have gay tendencies – created too much inner conflict for him to carry on with his double life. It could very well be that he attacked the gay nightclub masquerading as a radicalized Muslim in the name of ISIS because he could not come to terms with his own homosexuality.
The question is, why does the FBI want to cover up Mateen’s homosexuality? There is definitely something fishy about that. The motives for this will hopefully be revealed in time.