“A lie is a lie. Just because they write it down and call it history doesn’t make it the truth. We live in a world where seeing is not believing, where only a few know what really happened. We live in a world where everything you know is wrong.” — Alex Mason “
A producer behind a popular gun enthusiast YouTube channel was found dead with a single gunshot wound to the head at his business last week.
Police in Georgia are investigating the apparent homicide of Keith Ratliff, a 32-year-old Franklin County resident.”*
Keith Ratliff, a producer behind an immensely popular Youtube channel, FPS Russia, was found shot dead. Ratliff was known for his acumen with guns and ability to find especially rare ones. Who would want him dead, and why? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian break it down.
Keith Ratliff, the manager of FPS Russia, the 3rd most popular youtube channel was found dead yesterday, tied up to a chair and shot in the back of the head.
From the details, it was not a robbery turned murder. His guns were still left in the house. So, why was he murdered mob style? A professional assassin would take a lot of pride putting a “Hit” on a pro gun activist surrounded by weapons. Could this be a government Black Ops Hit?
Just watch how government Mainstream Media run with this one.
Now the government can use this high profile “Hit” as a way to say, “see, even those with guns can’t protect themselves, furthering their push for their gun control agenda.
This represents a second well known player in the firearms industry to be killed in the past week. Only a few days ago, John Novseke was killed in a somewhat mysterious car crash.
(NaturalNews) What you are about to read is astonishing. I’m not even sure what’s the right conclusion to draw from it. But here’s what we know so far:
John Noveske is one of the most celebrated battle rifle manufacturers in America. His rifles, found atwww.NoveskeRifleworks.com are widely recognized as some of the finest pieces of American-made hardware ever created. (I own one of his rifles, and it’s a masterpiece of a machine that just keeps on running.) Sadly, John Noveske was killed in a mysterious car crash just a few days ago, on January 4, 2013.
According to the Outdoor Wire, his car “traveled across the oncoming lane onto the dirt highway shoulder until it struck two large boulders. The vehicle rolled and Mr. Noveske was ejected.”
But barely a week before this incident, John Noveske posted a lengthy, detailed post on Facebook that listed all the school shootings tied to psychiatric drugs. At the end of the post, he asked, “What drugs was Adam Peter Lanza on?”
Mysterious death during gun control debate raises questions.
Interestingly, One of Keiths last Videos picture him being tied to a chair and a gun to his head.
John Noveske wasn’t the first prominent gun rights supporter to be killed in the last few days. Keith Ratliff, the creator of a super-popular YouTube channel featuring videos of exotic weapons, was also recently found dead.
The Daily Mail reports that Ratliff was “discovered on a rural road in Carnesville, Georgia. Ratliff had a single gunshot wound to the head and police are treating his death as a homicide.”
Someone murdered Ratliff, in other words, and it had to be someone with the ability to get close enough to Ratliff to take him out without warning.
Beyond these two shootings, the widely-discredited CNN journalist Piers Morgan, wanted for questioning in Britain’s Daily Mirror phone hacking scandal, invited guests onto his show whothreatened Alex Jones’ children and laughed about the idea of Piers Morgan shooting Alex Jones with an AR-15.
That astonishing video interview is available at:
Steve Quayle, creator of SteveQuayle.com, says “the red list is on!” This refers to the so-called “red list” — a secret kill list of Americans authorized by Obama and designed to be invoked immediately before an attempted radical leftist takeover of the nation. In support of this theory, Obama himself actually signed into law the NDAA which authorizes secret assassinations of U.S. citizens on U.S. soil.
Instead of the red list being “conspiracy theory,” it appears to be a key component of Obama’s domestic policy.