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False Flag Being Rigged for 2018 Super Bowl? Dicey Stuff Going On

Workers installed seats at U.S. Bank Stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings, in April 2016. PHOTO: Star Tribune/Richard Marshall/AP

This week there was a change in the companies handling security for US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, which will be the site for the 2018 Super Bowl to be held on Feb. 4. The new company taking over is G4S Secure Solutions. The company claims to be the world’s leading security contractor with operations in more than 100 countries and very lucrative contracts with the U.S. federal government, including the Department of Homeland Security. They are headquartered in City of London.

Additionally Cathy L. Lanier, former chief of police for D.C., was appointed to NFL security in September of 2016. Lanier unexpectedly resigned in August 2016 after the Seth Rich case escalated. Lanier’s role in the Rich case is more complex and beyond the scope of this article, but researchers can follow that trail here.

One of the leading companies involved in “crisis management” simulations (providing crisis actors) and exercises, is Crisis Cast. It lists G4S as one of its top clients. This is a screen shot of those clients that has now been removed [source].

SMG, which runs venue management for US Bank Stadium, also manages events at Manchester Arena, the site of the Ariana Grande concert “bombing” on May 22. SMG’s clients may be found on their website. 

Lax Security at US Bank Stadium from the Outset? Ideal Situation for a False Flag?

At US Bank Stadium, operator SMG abruptly terminated the contract with provider Monterrey Security one year into its three-year contract for sloppy record keeping, as well as inadequate training and background checks, officials announced Tuesday.

In moving to deny the license renewal, Minnesota Private Detective and Protective Services Agency Board chairman Richard Hodsdon said Monterrey had “hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of individuals performing security functions” who weren’t properly trained or licensed to perform the jobs under Minnesota law.

The report even included a photograph of a felon wearing a Monterrey uniform standing on the field, checking security credentials, during the Vikings game against the New York Giants game last year. That man, Ricky Pouncil, was sentenced to 13 months in an extortion case involving a man who was having an extramarital affair and killed himself.

Opportunity to hard wire the whole stadium with explosives? May be an fiat accompli?

The Twin Cities offer plenty of potential Super Bowl false-flag patsies due to the presence of about 25,000 Somalis.

Background on G4S the New Super Bowl Security Company

G4S was contracted to provide security for the 2012 Olympic Games in London, but it proved a rough experience. Reports said the company was only able to provide a portion of the 10,400 security guards it promised, forcing the UK Ministry of Defense to deploy additional troops to compensate for the shortfall.

G4S’ previous claim to fame in the conspiracy theory space was its role as the employer of alleged lone shooter Omar Mateen, who carried out the Orlando Pulse massacre shooting on June 12, 2016. G4S come under scrutiny for “clerical errors” in their security assessment of Mateen as an employee. Mateen worked for G4S for nine years and up to the night of his alleged death at Orlando Pulse. Ultimately, the company was fined $151,400 for use of false psychological forms.

Meanwhile, there are work crews on site repairing about 30,000 square feet of metal panels at US Bank Stadium. Listen to the reporter at minute 1:40 in the video below state that the question of who is paying for the repairs is a mystery. Why is that? The stadium is heavily tax-payer funded, and they’ve made other cost disclosures throughout the process.

Also note the major use of glass in this stadium, which was finished in summer, 2016.

TNN Takeaway: Rancid as hell. Wouldn’t want to be anywhere near the Super Bowl in Minnesota. Be prepared for an event large enough to change the whole equation.

Here is a scene of Tom Cruise in the movie “The Last Super Bowl.” Predictive programming?

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