Why look for one cause? Don't forget corrupt mental health professionals and microwave tech to put voices in peoples heads. So many avenues to keep society fucked up.
More reason that the 2nd amendment should only apply to whites, and Christian's at that tbh. Be better if the 13th didnt exis.
MK Ultra was done by Muslims.
Microwave tech? Gib pill?
>>164764>The officers who discovered the children said they looked "like Third World country refugees not only with no food or fresh water, but with no shoes, personal hygiene and basically dirty rags for clothing".>Authorities had raided the site after receiving a message from someone that read: "We are starving and need food and water."
Fucking sickening.>Police said they had been aware of the compound for some time but had to wait for a search warrant before entering, as the occupants were "most likely heavily armed and considered extremist of the Muslim belief".
Shouldn't that have been a reason TO raid the place?
are you ok vrill? im pretty sure it was the jews that did mk ultra.
Memba It is ok to leave pig heads and bacon on the doorsteps of mosques in the US. At least the Catholic spics on our country won't like this shit coming into their shitty neighborhoods if muzzies try to do more of this.
>>164781>A step in this direction was taken at Walter Reed Army Hospital of Research in 1973 by Dr. Joseph Sharp. Inside an isolation chamber, Sharp heard words beamed at him in a pulsed-microwave audiogram. An audiogram is a computerized analog of the spoken voice. ARPA's Robert o. Becker foresaw in the experiment nobvious aplications in covert operations.” He imagined a barrage of “voices” driving an enemy insane, and post-hypnotic suggestion radioed to a programmed assassin.
– Hearing Voices by Alex Constantine http://www.newworldwar.org/microwavehearing.htmhttps://patents.google.com/patent/US4877027A/en
>Parkland school shooting suspect heard voices to 'Burn, kill, destroy', confession sayshttps://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2018/08/06/parkland-school-shooting-suspect-confession-nikolas-cruz/919322002/
Wait. You guys don't have like a law that destroy any freedom you have just by the mere rumor of being a terrorist?
Why didn't they used that in this situation? They basically were creating child soldiers to kill more children
Because if there's no threat of terror in the US, then they'd have to give up those powers, and the thing about power is that no one wants to let go of it. As someone once wrote, nothing fuels the war on terror better than successful acts of terror.
First I thought it could be a pizza-farm, but something just felt like this was not it or at least not part of a pizza-chain.
After it was known they were training school shooters I am back thinking this was part of a bigger plot. I think it is highly possible that the raid of the farm have prevented a string of school shootings that were meant to be the final push for removal of the 2nd amendment. There is no reason to train children for school shootings. The only thing school shootings can be used for politically is as a means to remove the 2nd amendment.>whether they knew they were part of a political ploy or just too stupid and duped into it I don't know
So, they can't do nothing until the body count starts to rise, even when the signals are really obvious like hanging a giant cock on a international bridge.
>A broken child's bike, a stroller and piles of trash sit on the ground near a moving truck used as a makeshift dormitory for several people found living in a fortified compound in Amalia, New Mexico. Adults living at the compound built a wall out of dirt-filled tires, and another wall out of mud bricks studded with broken glass.
>An instruction guide for a Bushmaster rifle, along with an empty box of .223 rifle ammunition sits on the floor of a partially buried trailer at a compound in Amalia, New Mexico. Police say one of the men arrested at the compound on suspicion of child abuse was heavily armed when they confronted him.
>A battered Quran sits among other items strewn about a compound in Amalia, New Mexico, following a law enforcement raid that ended with the arrest of five adults on child-abuse charges and 11 children being rescued.
>A collapsed tent, books and a child's car seat are among the items strewn about a compound in Amalia, New Mexico, following a law enforcement raid that ended with the arrest of five adults on child-abuse charges and 11 children being rescued.
The good thing is now those guys are behind bars, and the kids can heal