One could include those with alleged accomplices, Timothy McVeigh, the 9/11 'hijackers,' and the 'Boston Bombers' into that general theme.
Add to that the lone 'suicide bombers' in the Middle East and elsewhere plus the very real local thugs and psychopaths who are in most every community, and what you have is a narrative of no matter where you may be, the lone gunman may be just around the corner. It creates the 'need' for security, disarming of citizens and mental evaluations of most everyone which must start in childhood.
This is no way to live. This is not the world of rational people.
Didn't the term 'lone gunman' as we now define it originate during the Warren Commission period? Now during this 50th anniversary of the great coup d'état, we have been inundated by the criminally complicit media with the repetitive meme of the lone gunman. A few token questions of conspiracy are allowed, trying for some little credibility, but not pursued. This has been a mass marketed re-affirmation of the lies of an official story. One of the most well planned and executed media psyops commemorating an 'event' ever. Mind control for the masses. I wouldn't be surprised if we don't see a 'lone nut' shooting fairly soon for reinforcement.
This social engineering doesn't work on everyone. Some just don't march to the tune and now they are portrayed as the enemy, the lone gunman, the threat.
The psychology of conspiracy theories is a new growth industry paid for by those who actually fear the truth. It's an attempt not just to marginalize but if needed to destroy a loosely defined movement who is tired of the crimes.
In a nation of lone gunmen, you are a suspect...if you can can think...if you question. Creating enemies, domestic and foreign, is an ongoing project but you know what? Their bullshit is fading, too many have caught on, too many are not amused by deception.
Peace to everyone who comes here.Thanks for remembering.
|Hands of Tennesseans eager to grasp the hand of Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John F. Kennedy, right, stretch over the roof of a car as he leaves a 150-car motorcade and heads for the speakers platform in front of the War Memorial in Nashville Sept. 21, 1960.|