Just PR, get used to it.

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“With just one single exception, the attack on congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson in 2011, every public shooting since at least 1950 in the U.S. in which more than three people have been killed has taken place where citizens are not allowed to carry guns.”  John Lott

“You want to know why? This may sound cynical, but here’s why. It’s because of the way the media reports on it. Flip on the news and watch how we treat the Batman theater shooter and the Oregon mall shooter like celebrities. Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris are household names, but do you know the name of a single victim of Columbine? Disturbed people who would otherwise just off themselves in their basements see the news and want to top it by doing something worse, and going out in a memorable way. Why a grade school? Why children? Because he’ll be remembered as a horrible monster, instead of a sad nobody.”  Morgan Freeman

The media and the blogosphere are all a twitter about this last senseless mass killing in Newtown, Connecticut. I’ll be the first to say it is a horrible tragedy and my deepest condolences go out to the families affected. What angers me the most however about this is, it wouldn’t have happened if it hadn’t been allowed to happen.

Of course the predictable actors are going on and on about how this country needs to “revisit the gun control debate in this country” and “mental health providers need to be given more resources to identify individuals at risk for violence of this type.” Yada, yada, yada infinitum. Give me a break; both of what these people are advocating is responsible for what happened in that elementary school.

Things we’ve been told about what happened ad nauseum:

Adam Lanza was a loner, lived with his mother, was described as very intelligent, socially awkward and was a quiet individual. Described as having autistic tendencies and was probably on psychotropic medications for his condition.

The Sandy Hook elementary school was registered as a gun free zone. Those poor kids were sitting ducks for a gunman to come in and start shooting.

Lanza’s mother allegedly was a “Doomsday Prepper”.

Good grief, the template couldn’t be any more complete could it? I recommend that you ignore the narrative that is to come over the next couple of weeks and think about this tragedy for what it really is.

This mass killing was a PR stunt by the elites.

Because I’m guaranteeing you the elites are high-fiving themselves over this tragedy that the sheeple aren’t going to realize what the purpose really was. Most people are good at heart but not really that intelligent and this is excellent PR for gun control and the further drugging of the population, especially children that the elites want so badly. Given the way women vote in this country, the killing of a bunch of five and six year olds fits their purposes just fine. And I want to know, what type of parent lets their murdered child’s picture be splashed all over the media outlets of the world? I’ll be damned if I would.

Sounds harsh doesn’t it? I guarantee you by the time Adam Lanza’s biography gets fleshed out by the media, we’re going to be told that he was “deeply disturbed” and had been under care by a “mental health professional” and was being treated by “depression medication” and that he had quit taking them before he went on his rampage. We’re going to be told that “his mother instilled in him a deep distrust of the government and that he should be prepared for the end”.

I know I’m going to get the question, “But why kill kids? Are these assholes monsters?” Yes they are. Explicitly, monsters in human form. Look, they don’t give a shit about killing kids in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and places you’ve never heard about by drone, so why not here by a troubled kid most likely programmed by his so-called “mental health professionals” if it advances their agenda which is to make all of us subservient, unarmed and drugged slaves?

Now you see what we’re up against.

38 thoughts on “Just PR, get used to it.

  1. I am saddened that all those kids have been killed. When I heard the killer’s modus operandi- shooting up a school full of kids I just fucking knew what type of person the culprit was, a nerdy/geeky, socially awkward loner with an unstable family. Of course the liberal media/intelligentsia will tell us we do not need to explore his background, that the problem is Guns, and if we just gave teachers/public sector workers more powers to interfere in a teen’s life then we could prevent this. The fact that his dad was not a strong positive influence in his life or why this young boy never became a man is not examined. No, the liberal elite’s answer is more of the same poison that helped make this young man a deranged monster.
    I think you are right Bill, this is a massive pr campaign for the powers that be.

  2. @Roy: When I first heard this story and the predictable response to it, it got me to thinking, why? Nothing happens like this unless it’s allowed to happen and the conclusions were obvious. I hate that it’s gotten to this point but expect to see more of these types of episodes.

  3. Bill, after I cried and prayed and hugged my own babies tight to me, my next thought was “false flag.” Or, perhaps more generously, a tragedy that would not go to waste in the fight over rights and freedom in Amerikwa.

    I have many thoughts about the effect divorce had on this young man; his mother apparently thought it was acceptable to spend her ex-husband’s alimony payments on other people who “needed” it; what of her troubled son? What of her troubled son, who quite likely needed help beyond what she could or would provide?

    I hate to voice this thought because I know it can lead to Soviet-style imprisonment of the “insane,” but perhaps we need to rethink the policy of institutionalizing persons who show themselves to be a danger to themselves or others.

    One of my IRL FB friends asked me “how do you feel about gun control NOW?” after the events in CT. My response? “Same as always. Guns ought to be legal to own. The murderer did not get these guns legally.” Guns are not the issue. Mental health and divorce and rejection of fatherhood are, and we are so woefully fearful of insulting anyone we dare not mention these factors.

    My kids are still very young and so far do not exhibit any issues with mental health; I doubt they will, aside from the usual fears and rejections all kids have to process and overcome. With strong PARENTS and guidance from a community of people willing to give advice and guidance (I find people unwilling, in general, to be advisers or guides, lately), young people will either fall into a comfortable place or exhibit behaviors that signal they are perhaps not ready to be independent.

    The more I think on it, these are methods any society uses to keep its people in place – Soviet/communist, religious, or ultra-liberal yet “democratic.” It just depends on what kind of society in which you live, and whether or not you can opt-out, that determines its palatability.

  4. This was a predictable event, the conditions for where created a long time ago and the elite and their media lap dogs simply had to wait for something like this. I imagine that the editorials and laws were written a long time ago and shelved until now. Then they just dust them off, change a few things and add in a name of two and their off and running.

    Lot of people see conspiracy in things like this but the reality is that they don’t need to work behind the scenes. They just set up the pieces on the board, set the rules and wait for the eventual out come to happen. The reaction to that is what allows them to then take the next step in our enslavement, then it’s back at it setting up the next set of pieces and waiting again.

    So the question is what where the pieces and rules that set this tragedy into motion? Simple really:

    1. Set up “gun free” zones which in reality are designated shooting galleries and since schools are one of those it makes sense that you would expect a mass shooting at one sooner or later.
    2. Provide massive numbers of kids/adults with SSRI’s that are known to cause increases in suicide and violence (like mass murder). Granted it’s a small percentage that do that but when you have millions of people on this stuff it’s a given that you’ll have more than a few that will go out and kill. To date almost all the mass killing have been done by people on this stuff.
    3. Create large numbers of socially maladjusted/autistic kids through by injecting them with poisons (AKA vaccines). If you track the number of vaccines that kids are required to have versus the rise in autism you’ll see that they track pretty well.
    4. Provide no real way of institutionalizing those mentally ill that have demonstrated violent tendencies. The news won’t report it but the ACLU won just a few months ago a Connecticut case restricting the state from doing exactly that.

    Since women are the prime motivators for new laws of enslavement I fully expect them to agitate for very restrictive laws. Expect the assault weapons ban to be back in place with NO grandfather clause. You’ll be facing 10 years in the federal pen for having a magazine with a capacity over 10 (possibly over 5 for rifles). Also expect a federal registration requirement for all guns with the eventual seizing of all registered weapons like in the UK and Australia and pretty much everywhere else in the western world.

    I don’t really expect things to change much, bolt action hunting rifles and shotguns (single shot or double barrel only) will be all that will be allowed with maybe a wheel gun of low caliber for self defense as a nod to the Supreme Court ruling. However, this is all just a side show as the real loss of freedom is mostly in the financial world and the US is rapidly closing the borders for US citizens to move their money out side of the US and I fully expect the US to go cashless in the near future so that every transaction is tracked and monitored. Once that happens you’ve lost, you’re a slave and no amount of guns will be able to turn that around.

  5. The Spearhead did a piece “Run-Hide-Fight” (http://goo.gl/xoGRS) about a what-to-do-when-someone-starts-shooting-at-work training video produced by the DHS and the City of Houston.

    One commenter astutely pointed out that even though this is a contrived training video, you can STILL see (via a little freeze-frame trickery) the “gun-free zone” notice painted on the door as the perpetrator enters the building. Even in fiction, mass shootings happen in gun-free zones.

    I appreciate your point here that there IS such thing as a “hands-off false-flag”. All you need to do is stuff the country with the conditions (de-fathered children, mandatory psychotropic drugs, etc.) that occasionally-but-predictably result in this sort of tragedy. You get exactly what you wanted — in this case women screaming for the government to outlaw self-defense, just black people were after Trayvon — without having to do your own dirty work. El-slicko.

    Which poetically reminds me of something DJ Quik said:
    “We don’t sell drugs. It sells itself. All we do it sit back and collect the wealth.”

    Also:
    You’re helping stop obsessing over the Aurora shooting and wondering if it was a false-flag or not. Either way, it was intended and celebrated by the You-Know-Who’s.

  6. @Cranberry:

    “One of my IRL FB friends asked me “how do you feel about gun control NOW?” after the events in CT. My response? “Same as always. Guns ought to be legal to own. The murderer did not get these guns legally.” Guns are not the issue. Mental health and divorce and rejection of fatherhood are, and we are so woefully fearful of insulting anyone we dare not mention these factors.”

    Good points but I still feel that this was a planned incident. Given the society we live in, things like this shouldn’t happen if not encouraged.

  7. @Gunner451:

    I’ve got only a little to add to that, you hit the nail right on the head except for one point, I think this was planned. My research points to some disturbing conclusions.

  8. Every time I see an event like this, I feel like sand gets removed from the jar of time we have until the Brave New World facade sheds its veneer to reveal 1984 machinations.

  9. Well, I used to think it was an either or, in terms of do we have Brave New World a la Aldous Huxley or do we have a 1984 Police State in our future.

    Now I realize that they are not mutually exclusive. I believe we are going through the end of the Brave New World paradigm, which weakens the people through excess so that they cannot resist the oncoming 1984 paradigm that has been developing in parallel, behind the scenes.

  10. Bill, I fear, really truly cower in cold-blooded fear, that you are correct. This was planned. This is part of the thought control needed to keep the proles in line and begging for more enslavement.

    I really hate to put it in such terms. The pacing and the ebb and flow of intensity does smack of something too regular to be random, no?

    Ever read Vault-Co’s blog? Tex is one perceptive man. I find myself agreeing with him more often than not and shaking my head at myself, yet I’m drawn back for more. I just started talking to a therapist to work through some issues with kid-touching cousins of my past; perhaps I need to just stop seeing doctors altogether and seek the healing of regular old companionship and self-reliance. No one wants to broach any topic of real sensitivity or meaning, and stop reacting to every problem as though it is someone else’s (or usually ‘society’s’ fault) and just stop crap before it begins. And yet, I recognize the dangerously slippery slide we step on when we begin thinking that way. Is it all part of the manufactured fear?

  11. @Wald,

    YOu could think of 1984 as the predicate to A Brave New World. Either way, one must perceive that others have had complete control over his/her development in order for him/her to fully comprehend and integrate new horizons and their possibilities into the psyche.

    I trust you’ve read Huxley; have you read Shakespeare’s work which resulted in Huxley’s novel and resultant responses? Miranda (trans.: one who sees) was not accidentally female.

  12. I have not extensively read Shakespeare. Most of the work I have been exposed to has bored me to tears within the context of English or due to the extra work I have to do understand each every sentence.

    On some level, his work does fascinate me in why he is considered the greatest write in English in all time and the many lessons he imbues, but I have not developed enough interest to pursue a curiosity beyond what English class forces on me.

  13. @walderschmidt: “Well, I used to think it was an either or, in terms of do we have Brave New World a la Aldous Huxley or do we have a 1984 Police State in our future.”

    It’s already here in more terrifying incarnations.

  14. @Cranberry: “Bill, I fear, really truly cower in cold-blooded fear, that you are correct. This was planned. This is part of the thought control needed to keep the proles in line and begging for more enslavement.

    I really hate to put it in such terms. The pacing and the ebb and flow of intensity does smack of something too regular to be random, no?”

    When I first heard about this, that was the first thing to come to mind and I hate to say I’ve gotten to point to where this is where my belief system is. Nothing and I repeat NOTHING happens like this unless someone somewhere has something to gain from it. It’s chilling in the least but a sign of things to come at the worst because we’ve exposed these monsters. They know their time is short before the tipping point is reached and they can’t let that happen. Thus, you are going to see more and more of these type events happening. If you look at the last year, you can see what their plans are. It’s people like us that can at least make a bit of a difference.

  15. @Wald,

    I would counsel you to begin reading the classics. Aristotle, and if Aristotle is beyond you (and I don’t mean to imply you are not intelligent enough; merely that most people are not educated enough in language and how to decode ancient writings) then start with Mortimer Adler’s Aristotle for Everyone: Difficult Thought Made Easy>/i>. Read ancient Greek drama, and ancient Roman philosophy. Read Aquinas and Thomas More and Shakespeare and the Founders of America. Read Thoreau, and especially Emerson, and Tolstoy and Dostoevsky and Solzhenitsyn. Read the Bible, not necessarily religiously if that is not your bent, but as the most perfect text of anthropology ever written.

    Please, do not underestimate the power of literature in understanding the world around you. Science will never, ever, have the power to illuminate the human heart and human struggle, for such things are beyond the ability of reason to fact and figure to a statistical certainty. One of the great tragedies of education is that “English” education has been turned into “statist” education, i.e., schools hope to imbue an understanding of white cause unto other dysfunctional effect. There is no nobility or ability to look forward or to progress in the way literature is taught in the modern world. Look at literature with ancient and yet fresh eyes, and you will see the whole of humanity explained in simple and straightforward terms.

    I taught English in high school, for only a short time. My approach and my philosophy were not welcome, so I was eliminated. Culture is the whole product of a people; it is where the history and the soul of a people are kept. We would all do well to begin a classical course of study in it.

  16. I have been blessed with good English teachers and upon occasion a good history teacher so that not all literature is beyond my grasp or interest. My latest English teacher has allowed me to write two refreshingly un-PC essays based on the writing style of the Modest Proposal by Jonathan Swift and seducing Christian Women using Jon Donne’s Rhetoric. I get most of my enlightenment through discussion of literature than through reading it, though as my education and my grasp of language both develop, I’ll be better able to hold these conversation on my own in my mind as I read.

    The latest boon to appreciation of these thoughts has been an Intro to International Relations class that make me read literature from a wide range of people from Hobbes, Plato, Socrates, Rousseau, and so forth. My latest exam brought a whole bunch of ideas together from each philosopher, things I have learned from them through other classes and works, the manosphere, and my own interest in game, human nature, and psychology into one essay that I enjoyed writing so much that I will continue to pursue it’s completion outside of my exam.

    I have submitted two of my essays to Bill, perhaps you’d like to see them yourself?

  17. Wald, I would like to read your essays if you will. I don’t doubt that you are an intelligent and thoughtful young man. I don’t know how to send you my private e-mail address, perhaps Bill can facilitate?

  18. You can send it through the contact section on my blog – but I will wait to hear it from Bill if you more comfortable that way.

  19. @Cranberry,

    Would recommend NOT going to a therapist for any issue at all. Every one that I know that went to one ended up in worse shape mentally and emotionally than they were before. I actually think that’s intentional as doing therapy tends to dreg up all sorts of things that are better left in the past, and therapists love that part as the more you dreg up the more you have to deal with the more you pay them to listen to you cry about it.

    @Wald,

    Shakespeare is worth some study in that he touches on some universals of human nature that are politically incorrect now days, The Taming of the Shrew comes to mind as one example of red pill thinking that highlights some of those things. However, if you find the language to much no big deal as there are other authors out there that deal with a lot of that as well. But these are plays and were written to be listened to not read, unfortunately most Shakespeare plays have been PC’d to cleanse them of anything offensive to modern feminists.

    As far as Orwell and Huxley I think that they both got it right in some ways and wrong in others. Huxley’s soma is certainly something that seems to have become well established in our society with the drugging of our kids and adults but a lot of what he envisioned had it’s basis in eugenics and the breeding of humans which has not really come to pass (although the Nazis and the likes of Margaret Sanger did give it the old college try). Orwell’s big brother though certainly has blossomed into existence and reality is much closer to what he envisioned than Huxley. Especially the media as a government propaganda tool as well and news speak (basically PC). So overall I’d say Orwell wins hands down with his only failing being timing as his work should probably have been titled 2014 rather than 1984.

  20. @Gunner

    Yes – English courses do a huge disservice to plays by forcing students to read them and analyze what they read instead of seeing and hearing the play. So much would make more sense that way.

    @Bill

    I am curious, which essay are you reading first?

  21. Bill,

    The past couple weeks have been busy/rough for me so I don’t have a lot of time/energy but I felt I should drop this off for you and the rest of the group:

    http://www.examiner.com/article/libor-scandal-grows-as-the-fathers-of-two-mass-murderers-were-to-testify

    All my best,

    A♠

  22. Federal court strikes down ban on concealed carry in last state (Illinois) having such a ban. Three days later, school shooting. Just a coincidence? Hmmmm….

  23. When i heard this happened in Connecticut i was not surprised. There seems to be to many unanswered questions that are not being answered as of yet? . Where was his father? Where was his brother? Where are the doctors this young man was seeing? And then instead of finding out why this young man did this they quickly blame guns. As if a gun can miraculously pick itself up and take control of a persons mind to commit such atrocity.

    They need to delve deeper and find out why this young man felt the need to do this. These MSM will milk this for all its worth so that the elites can continue taking what is ours.

    My wife was saying that they should ban all guns! I tried the explain the reasons why that would not work and still she did not agree with to the point of her getting angry at me. Unfortunately she does not see the whole picture as i tried to explain it to her.

    i do not believe the hype and its unfortunate the children had to die. MY prayers go out to them and their families. And thanks for the people here for letting me know i’m not the only one thinking this way

  24. ‘“But why kill kids? Are these assholes monsters?” Yes they are. Explicitly, monsters in human form’

    Possible arranged public killings such as these are nothing in comparison to what some of the elites possibly do on a regular basis. The MSM won’t print the really disturbing stories exactly because they are disturbing. In the UK the government has the ability to block any story that it finds disagreeable, it’s called the D-Notice (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DA-Notice). It was used on events like the Dunblane school killing, an event that was used to make hand-gun ownership illegal over here.

    As for what the elite are capable of behind closed doors:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franklin_Affair
    https://wikispooks.com/ISGP/dutroux/Belgian_X_dossiers_of_the_Dutroux_affair.htm

    Although it is possible that the school killing was planned by the ‘eminence gris’ as a means of pushing forward gun control, to be fair, the MSM and anti-gun lobby could use any incidence of gun crime to make their point; whether it’s a group killing such as this or Columbine, or a string of violent Liquor Store hold ups. They can use any story they want and twist it to their own ends. Lies and deception are just tools of the trade, things they use to accomplish their goals.

  25. Jose,

    I hate to break it to you, but your wife is a mental and moral child. This is why she shouldnt be allowed to make her own decisions.

  26. @AAB “Although it is possible that the school killing was planned by the ‘eminence gris’ as a means of pushing forward gun control, to be fair, the MSM and anti-gun lobby could use any incidence of gun crime to make their point; whether it’s a group killing such as this or Columbine, or a string of violent Liquor Store hold ups. They can use any story they want and twist it to their own ends. Lies and deception are just tools of the trade, things they use to accomplish their goals.”

    With my last post from yesterday, I’m researching how far this goes. Further than even I was able to figure out from what I’ve been reading today. I’m finding some weird stuff that makes most of these mass murders linkable to each other. Plus what you have to figure is your garden variety liquor store robbery and murder doesn’t have IMPACT. The killing of a bunch of five and six year olds has the impact that the elites are looking for among the sheeple. From what I’m finding the gun control and expansion of psychiatric care angles are just a sidenote.

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  28. “This mass killing was a PR stunt by the elites.”

    When I read this I said Yep out loud. I feel exactly the same way about this entire situation, but I’m usually afraid to say how I feel to my friends and family for risk of sounding “harsh” or “conspiratorial”. Also the other day at work I literally said the same thing about not wanting my theoretical children’s faces all over TV day in and day out after something like this happens, And you can imagine what kind of response that was met with. One middle-aged woman I work with actually said “why wouldn’t you want everyone to know how special your child child was”?

    I wish I could say I’m enjoying the decline.

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  30. ‘The killing of a bunch of five and six year olds has the impact that the elites are looking for among the sheeple. From what I’m finding the gun control and expansion of psychiatric care angles are just a sidenote.’

    I hadn’t considered the massacres from a purely psychological perspective: as a tool to continually impose the ‘scared herd mentality’ on the population. I suppose it could be that these killings are a perfect way of subjecting the entire country to some kind of religious/spiritual experience much like recruits do at boot camp, or cult members do during an initiation ceremony: putting the population into a state of shock by overloading their minds with information and/or disturbing images, and then reprogramming the recruit to obey a particular leader.

    Or possibly on a more mundane level they are just part of a broad-brush ‘demotivation’ or mental-disempowering of the population.

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