Was the Oak Creek shooting a random act?
Dr. Steven Greer, who started the disclosure movement, has had numerous attempts on his life over the years, because he has brought forward hundreds of credible witnesses to the fact that extra-terrestrials are here, and because he ties this to the suppression of technology. Because I am one of his students, I was present at one of the threats, if not an exact attempt (no shots were fired) — so I know this is no joke and no exaggeration.
Amardeep Kaleka, an Emmy-winning documentary film producer, had signed on with Dr. Steven Greer, to produce a feature-length movie about Dr. Greer’s work. As the website for the movie says,
- The Earth has been visited by people from other worlds who are not malicious, but in fact concerned for the future of humanity.
- A cabal of military, industrial and financial interests have kept this contact and what we have learned from it secret for over 60 years.
- Their secrecy is meant to suppress the knowledge that can liberate the world from the yoke of oil, gas, coal and nuclear power and replace the current world order with one of New Energy and true Freedom.”
I understand that threats had been made on the life of Amardeep and his family. This was gossip, though, I have no proof.
Amardeep’s father, Satwant, was the head of the Oak Creek temple. He died a hero, trying to stop the shooter.
Here is how I back up my supposition:
Right after the shooting, there were said to be several shooters. That was later changed to just one. Satwant Kaleka was tackling the shooter, and he was shot in the back. If there were only one shooter, that means he was shot by a cop, right? No one, however, is talking about who shot him. How come?
Also, I note that Kaleka’s name was originally on the NY Times website — and is no longer there. How come?