A couple months ago I wrote a post called “It Would Take a Lot of BALLS to Indoctrinate Everyone Like That”, and for a while now I’ve been wanting to try and take those thoughts and put them in a video, since it deals with such a visually-oriented idea. Finally got a chance to put it together. Here it is.
Wanna see how to get the most “anti-anti-government” bang for your news-propaganda buck? Check out this story that I happened to catch this morning on the local Vegas news.
The piece I saw on tv today featured a young woman who supposedly had gone to this guy, after being referred to him by someone at a grocery store (?), and apparently she thought he was just some kind of wholeistic medicine dude, doing herbal remedies, etc. She described how “horrified” she was when she got there and discovered that his “clinic” was being done out of a trailer on his property, and how there were bags full of blood lying around on the floor, the place was filthy, and son on. The anchor goes on to explain how Rick Van Thiel was not a licensed physician, but was performing all kinds of procedures, such as abortions, “cancer cure treatments” and so on. The interviewee even mentions how shocked she was when the man’s girlfriend walked into the room topless, and at that point she just wanted to run out of there…
Topless girlfriend, perfect segue into sharing the juicy tidbit that apparently before Thiel was a non-licensed doctor, he was a porn star and director. Quite a zinger…
The tv news story also mentions how his website featured a “nude” picture of himself, (which actually only featured his bare upper body) wherein he apparently was claiming to have been able to cure a skin condition which he had contracted after the military had exposed him to harmful chemicals.
In this article, is says that his procedures included “everything from circumcisions and tooth extractions to cancer and HIV treatment. Authorities also found two firearms and ammunition in a safe inside the trailer.”
Another excerpt says, “A notice at the bottom of one site hints at an anti-establishment mindset: “For the purposes of this website the term ‘doctor’ or ‘Doctor Rick’ is a nick name and not intended to infer state sanction or Rockefeller drug pushing training. The purpose of this site is not to beg for FDA endorsement or to diagnose or treat disease, it is to help you make informed decisions necessary to take control of your own life and health, and now to care for it in in the manor you decide is best for you.”
And in this ‘full interview’, we discover that not only did Rick learn how to perform surgeries from watching Youtube, but he is also a part of a the much-maligned ‘sovereign-citizen’ movement, with connections the notorious ‘Bundy Ranch’ and also apparently to some plot against the life of a police officer. It says, “On his website, Van Theil offered “Sovereign Babies” delivering children in his trailer without a birth certificate. Telling parents that when the child is 18 they would have the choice to be a “free being or to become a slave”…
I mean, wow…
You really gotta hand it to em, because they sure recognize that when an individual like Van Thiel finally gets brought out into the public eye, they’re gonna milk it for all it’s worth.
So hey, let’s do a little run-down of all the memes they managed to cram into this one story.
You are basically being are put into the same category as a “sex-crazed, backwards, baby-killing, nut-job” IF:
*You dare question the medical establishment, or would ever consider alternative/wholistic options.
*You dare to think that just MAYBE there ARE some ways that cancer could be treated or cured, which didn’t involve chemo/radiation.
*You would ever think that the military would expose it’s own soldiers to harmful substances.
*You dare have any misgivings about the “Rockefeller drug cartel”.
*You dare entertain the idea that somehow birth certificates and/or social security numbers could somehow be linked to a form of financial slavery.
*You own guns.
*You dare to entertain such “dangerous” questions about the ways in which ordinary citizens might be able to take more responsibility and informed ownership over their own health, and lives in general.
So yes, well done, dutiful propaganda establishment. While this specific individual may very well deserve to be prevented from doing various things that might indeed be a health and safety hazard, you have done a splendid job in not letting the story go to waste, and fear-porning it to the Nth degree so that the rest of the citizenry can be reminded to associate any and all notions of questioning the monolithic medical/drug empire, or the ever-increasing system of total government control, with “crazy” shirtless guys with leaky blood-bag-filled trailers in their backyards…
Man… Last night I was up during the wee hours, perusing my YT subs, when I figured I go and visit Rob Skiba’s “testingtheglobe.com” website to see if he had added any new content recently. What I found was all of the content removed, with only this note left as an explanation:
“Sorry, but this particular “quest for truth” has brought us nothing but pain and significant damage – emotionally, spiritually and especially financially – on top of a lot of other crap we’ve had to deal with at the same time. I now wish I had never gone down this “rabbit trail” as along the way, I have found that MOST people don’t care at all about truth (no matter what the topic is) and they have no desire to question what they’ve been taught about anything. So at this point, I’m done caring too. Believe whatever the hell you want. With any luck, it’ll all hit the fan next month (September) anyway. Hopefully, by then, whatever you read, heard or saw prior to me deleting everything will help you deal with whatever the future does or does not hold for us all.”
This really sucks. Breaks my heart almost. Within a week or so ago, he was still releasing videos on the Flat Earth topic, and somehow between then and now, he clearly has felt beaten down to the point of throwing in the towel altogether. From the note, it doesn’t sound to me like he became disillusioned with the question of the FE itself, but only incredibly disillusioned by the response. It’s hard for me to surmise just exactly how/why that is, or how he would’ve been taking a serious blow financially from this, but I can speculate to some degree. Maybe his “Seed the Series” project was suddenly having people pull out of wanting to be involved? I don’t know. It’s hard not to think that perhaps a large degree of the damaging backlash has come from the direction of his fellow Christian researchers, and if that’s true, then it really makes me sad. I just don’t get it, honestly… I mean, Skiba has always been someone who’s been willing to go further outside the box than most, and endure criticism, whether it be regarding things like the question of certain holidays being Pagan, or whatever. His stance on this Flat Earth issue was of exceptional integrity from my point of view. I mean, even if the whole thing turned out to be a complete dead-end, and the world turns out to be absolutely spherical after all, then, still, I had to commend him for being willing to at least seek it out, and dig into a topic that even most “fringe” researchers still seem scared to touch with a ten foot pole…
And that’s part of what is just so weird about this whole thing to me. I mean, I’ve been wandering the world of conspiratorial “fringyness” for maybe six years now.(?) (give or take), and in that span of time, I’ve certainly come across a LOT of people and ideas which were a LOT weirder, and had a LOT LESS compelling evidence behind them, yet somehow they’ve all come and gone, without the majority of those figures being taken to the proverbial town square and burned at the stake.
For crying out loud, there are authors and researchers out there, right now, talking about the Hollow Earth, or the terra-forming of our planet to prepare it for extraterrestrial habitation, or “Planet X”, or the idea that Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden by having sex with Lucifer, or a secret Space Program where genetically-engineered soldiers use “jump rooms” to teleport to Mars, or the Queen being a shape-shifting reptilian, or Sasquatch being a lost race of hairy interdimensional beings, or, you name it, it’s out there! These sorts of topics abound, and oddly enough, for the most part seem to be quite embraced, even if only as more of a “speculative conspiratorial romp” instead of a serious inquiry. You can listen to some guy talk about secret underground bases housing armies of hybrid bodies waiting to be incarnated with alien/demonic intelligences, and hey, it was a fun little trip, but then you get to turn it off and go on your merry way, not having your entire worldview being challenged all that much, but merely getting to file it away as “something interesting I just listened to”. And I get it, because I do this too. Call it “conspira-porn”, or whatever. It’s everywhere, and and almost an accepted “sub-genre” of the “Truth Movement” as a whole.
So that’s why I think this whole Flat Earth issue, and now this specific example of what’s happened with Skiba, is really sort of telling, in a way. Telling of exactly what, I’m not entirely sure, but it is telling…
Why do people seem to react with such vitriol, such emotion, to THIS particular “conspiracy theory”, when there have already been countless others that have come along, which are just as “looney”, but didn’t seem to ruffle any feathers? Is it because the psychological conditioning regarding the matter of actually giving serious consideration to the notion of a Flat Earth has just been THAT deep, and THAT effective? Possibly. Is it really because people within the “Truth Movement” (arg, I really do hate that term…) are just concerned about “destroying the credibility of the movement”, and are afraid of crossing that final, tin-foil-hatted line of the Flat Earth, and being labeled as truly backwards, ignorant, and “unscientific”?
But speaking of “unscientific”, that is really a large part of what I find so absolutely ironic about all of this. The Flat Earth topic really does stand out from any other bizarre theory or notion I’ve ever encountered before, in that it actually IS involving a vast number of people who are getting up off their butts, going outside, and doing all kinds of experiments and investigations for themselves, to see if we can actually measure something like the Earth’s curvature, or send up balloons to see if the moon can be still be seen when it is supposedly on the other side of the globe, etc. That IS science! That really should be something that is celebrated and encouraged, no matter how dumb people might think the theory being tested is. It’s being tested. Is that not what science is supposed to champion? Or has science truly given way to scientism, whereby the academic institutions and ivory-towered intellectuals with Rockefeller funding are the only ones we need to bother asking about what is true??
This, in itself, really troubles me. So many of us are perfectly content to put stock into theories, or investigations, which more or less are based almost entirely upon scrutinizing photographs, watching amateur videos, or listening to the testimonies of “insiders” and “whisteblowers”, whose credibility can often times be hard to authenticate. How many zillions of hours have been spent by “conspiracy theorists” bantering away in forums, debating whether or not Bob Lazar was telling the truth, yet, no one’s made a huge fuss about those conversations “destroying the credibility of the Truth Movement”! There are scores of pet theories out there, which for the most part are based on little more than rampant speculation, or some tiny nugget of “evidence” which is then taken and run with to the Nth degree, (i.e. “the face on Mars”), while there is literally TONS of valid data points which really give a solid basis for at least investigating the true nature of the Earth further, but most people just shut down before even considering it all.
Is the difference perhaps, that as bizarre as so many of those theories might be, they don’t threaten the existence of what has become a very cherished notion, the concept of “Outer Space” itself? Or is it because most of those bizarre theories actually don’t pose much threat of ever actually being proven or disproven at the hands of ordinary people, since deep down we all know that most of us will never be able to go exploring Top Secret underground bases for ourselves, or sneaking into the Classified laboratories which may or may not house the hordes of alien embryos? Maybe both…?
I suppose this now why perhaps this Flat Earth issue intrigues me all the more, because if nothing else, it really does pose to us a very interesting case testing the nature of “conspiracy psychology” and internet-age epistemology. For whatever reason, it IS divisive, and for many people that is enough reason for them to want to just walk away and write it all off as a “distraction” or a “psy-op” or whatever. But, to my perhaps hopelessly curious mind, I can’t help but want to know, WHY is it so divisive? Why does this, amongst all that is out there on the interwebs, manage to raise the hackles of so many self-professed “free thinkers” out there…?
The Flat Earth issue stands apart, in that it is something which at least regarding it’s most fundamental question (flat vs. round) can be tested first-hand, by virtually anyone, and indeed is being tested in such a way. No other conspiracy theory I have yet encountered is able to subject itself to such a level of basic, empirical authentication.
I’m really not even sure how to start this post off, or what is the best way to attempt to navigate through the jumble of thoughts in my head on this matter, but I have resolved to do my best, and see what might come of it.
The “flat vs. globe earth” debate continues to intrigue me, yet I think at this point my interest in leaning heavily towards the theological implications of the debate, particularly in the context of End Time prophecy and mass-deception-agendas, rather than simply just the material issue itself.
One point I find particularly notable is that on both sides of the issue, there is actually a pretty fair consensus on the basic matter that NASA is a fraudulent organization full of Masonic members and occult symbolism, and that they can hardly be trusted with a word they say. And so I think that it has been through encountering a large amount of people who on the one hand, agree that the moon landings were completely faked, and the NASA releases “composite” images of everything that they are supposedly studying in the universe, including the Earth itself, and so, has ultimately failed to produce what should now serve as the most irrefutable of evidences when it comes to this whole debate, and yet, they still not only believe in a round, globe earth, but still hold to every conventional belief about the solar system and the vast stretches of Space, this has really prompted me to ponder…
The whole driving force behind NASA and every other space agency is the fixation with what is “out there”… The other planets in our solar system. Other systems. Other galaxies. The dedication and excitement people feel towards NASA, or the Apollo and Mars missions, etc., is almost impossible to disentangle from our pop-culture obsession with the topic of exploring space, and how it saturates our entertainment media. Millions of us grew up watching Han telling Chewie to “punch it”, right before the wookie hits the switch and the stars streak past as they hit light speed. We nostalgically remember hearing William Shatner begin each episode of the iconic, first Star Trek series with the words “Space, the final frontier…” Indeed, I don’t think it would be an exaggeration to say that every person who ever put on a real spacesuit and climbed into a rocket, had been dreaming about “going where no man has gone before” since the time they were a little kid sitting in front of the tv set…
But when did this really begin? In the broader course of human history, I mean. How far back were people conceiving of planets being these fascinating and fantastic places that one might hope to experience? If there were no telescopes through which to peer before Galileo, and supposedly enable astronomers to realize that the “wandering stars” were actually other planetoids, like the Earth, orbiting the same sun, then isn’t it interesting to think that hundreds, nay, thousands of years before that, people had belief systems which incorporated the planets as being other dimensional realms, as they did in Vedic cosmology..?
Of course, in that kind of construct, the “universe” is not necessarily viewed as simply a massive expanse of time and space in all directions, but of a multi-dimensional existence. Hindu cosmology certainly isn’t alone in this either, since all ancient cultures and spiritual belief systems essentially held a similar belief in some form or another, the Bible being no exception. The Hebrew scriptures speak of the heavens, plural, indicating the notion of multiple higher dimensions of spiritual existence.
So what does this have to do with NASA and flat Earth debates? I suppose in my own little mind, it all keeps coming back to the same thematic elements described by Techrib in his discourse on Transformational Festivals, and the “myth of One-ness”, where he describes the now burgeoning phenomenon of what he describes as the “era of re-enchantment”…
In essence, it is the societal movement, occurring as we speak, whereby the scientific materialism and raw atheism of the past century is being rejected by the younger generations, who are in turn returning back to the mythologies and mysticisms of bygone eras, to “spirituality without religion”, to a reinvented, techno-enhanced paganism. We can see this phenomenon taking place everywhere we look, and it is not some accidental thing either, but actually being propagated and pushed by every mainstream media outlet conceivable. From Harry Potter mania to teenage vampire obsession to ghost hunter shows to transhumanist superheroes, and on and on, we see it everywhere. Real-live Google bigwigs like Kurzweil are dead serious in their quest to use technology to achieve immortality. People are enthralled by the idea of immortality, of special powers and human enhancement. Riveted by the prospect evolving into something “more”. Enchanted by the notion of becoming like miniature gods….
And, people are still very much dazzled by visions of exploring the reaches of Space…
Which I very much believe is quite connected, really, and a significant piece of the broader narrative being both proselytized and embraced. All in all, it is the simple concept of “endless possibility”, of “limitless potential”. No ultimate boundaries. No limit to the wonderful realms and worlds we might eventually explore. No barriers to what levels of evolution and “consciousness” we might attain, to help us get there…
And it’s funny too, having been watching in on this whole Flat Earth debate, because even within the “Flat Earth community”, as it were, there are varying opinions about things like whether or not there is some kind of “dome” or if the world just goes on forever, infinitely in all directions. I have heard people talk about how they believe that our sun and moon have effectively “melted out” the area in which we live from a vast expanse of ice, and that there are many other worlds, with their own sun/moon, melted out of the massive ice sheet, all over the place, beyond the bounds of our Antarctic, and that THIS is the big the “secret” that the Elites are keeping from everyone! Now, I am not trying to poke fun, but I will say that the real interesting part to me comes when you hear these believers in the “Puddle Theory”, as it’s called, speak to why they believe in this model. Do they have any sort of evidence pointing to this idea? No. They simply state that they simply can’t accept the idea of there being a barrier. They can’t accept the idea of a “prison Earth”…(!) Nevermind the fact that if they had never stumbled across the Flat Earth idea in the first place, they would’ve never in their whole lives worried about trying to travel to Antarctica, or to some other planet, but…. Once it is suggested that they can’t go outside of a certain boundary, no matter how far away it is, well then, hells bells, that’s just not tolerable!
I find it to be such a perfect example of a broader psychological reaction which really manifests itself in a variety of ways. The more I think about it all, the more it’s hard not to see how the doctrines of Evolution and “outer Space” are inextricably linked.
But okay, going back to this idea of these “Trekkie Generations”, (which is now all of us really), who have been collectively saturated with the believe in other worlds, in the belief in our ability to eventually explore and possibly “develop” them, and for the most part now too, the belief in other intelligent life in the universe. We have seen so many representations of achieving space travel and technology which rivals magic, that is has been embedded deeply into the core of our collective thought processes. This seed of belief, which has been planted and diligently cultivated over the decades, has effectively ingrained within us an insatiable desire to visit the dark sides of moons, to pass event horizons, to dive into black holes…
After all, to settle for anything less would be to deny our destiny as gods-in-the-making….
And so, having now walked through all of that clumsy preamble, I wish to simply ask you this:
Where does that hunger turn, that yearning to sail amongst the stars, and walk along the alien surfaces of unexplored worlds, if indeed the priests and gatekeepers of modern science who have promised us these things for years, prove to be ultimately incapable of delivering? What if the world as a whole came to a sudden and jarring realization of the massive fraud that NASA has been since the beginning? Would the dream of being able to fly through the cosmos, like Superman, just, die…?
Or would the longing to achieve cosmic, celestial divinity perhaps have to take another form? Would the masses instead look to the ancient idea that “outer space” can be grasped by first exploring “inner space”? Could it be sought through some new combination of space-age technology and occult wizardry? Is something to this effect already what is being done, by the Masonic hoaxsters, as they pretend to be going here and there by rocketship, while instead they are looking towards portals and inter-dimensional travel, “jump gates” and so on…? Were the Apollo missions some kind of ritual, an alchemical working, designed to baptize the public into the lower, materialistic, “profane” version of what they believe in on the esoteric and inter-dimensional level? A fictionalized version, for us to swallow, in order to cull our participation and approval (and taxpayer dollars) while simultaneously deflecting us from the true magikal agenda of it all…???
When I think about two recent space-related movies, “Interstellar” and “Gravity”, which came out around the same time, I do see them both fitting in to this sort of idea. “Gravity” more or less served to show just how dangerous and scary traditional approaches to space travel could be, while “Interstellar” portrays both how long it would take to travel far distances (using cry-sleep a la “Aliens” etc.) and also the idea of how much handier and easier it would be to travel through “wormholes” instead!
Anyhow, I know this has been a ramble-and-a-half, and I honestly don’t know if anyone will be able to read all of this and see the kinds of connections my brain is trying to make here, but, there it is. Is all this NASA-nonsense simply designed to prep the world for some kind of UFO deception? Could be, who knows. Maybe the “aliens” will teach everyone who is interested how to fully unlock their third eye and be able to travel anywhere they want to go instantly, (or, at least that’s what they’re promising…) I fully realize this post belongs solidly in the “massive speculation” drawer, but, I have to say that there has been something really nagging me about this whole weird thread of supposition. I feel like there is really something to all this, and I am certainly still sorting through it all, but it’s funny how certain themes and memes and everything can keep coming around and around again, weaving together, revealing a deeper whole over time…
It’s just pretty incredible really, to keep looking around at all these various elements of Modernism and Humanism, be it Evolution, scientific materialism, atheism, and see how it’s almost as if every piece was actually designed to bring the world all the way back around, full circle, back to the gurus and Druids and sorcerers of old, back to the ancient gods and goddesses, as the ones who will provide the fulfillment, of all that our years of sci-fi-fueled rocketeering has sought after. Somehow, it all speaks to the same underlying message, the same lie told by the serpent in the Garden…
If any of this, makes even a little bit of sense, to anyone, then please don’t hesitate to leave me a note. 😉
Oh, it never ends, does it… But indeed, it is hard at this point to deny the massive amount of material I have now come across which casts serious doubt on this theory which is so foundational to so much of our assumed modern scientific knowledge and technology. When I first heard Anthony Patch mentioning the electric model of the universe, vs. the gravitational model, when speaking about CERN, I was intrigued, but at the time was too busy processing so much of the other information that looking into the “electric universe” thing more or less got put on the back burner. But now that I’ve been neck-deep in looking into the matter of a globe vs. a flat earth, I’ve been inundated with eye-brow raising questions about the entire Newtonian/Einstein(ian?) paradigm itself.
Basically, what you begin to realize is that when it comes to guys like Einstein, sure he was a brilliant mathematician, but, that’s just the thing, he was a brilliant, mathematician…
Right along with a ball earth and Evolution from a “big bang”, gravity is something we are taught is unquestionable from the time we first start learning ABC’s and 123’s. We learn about Newton getting hit on the head with an apple, and then “discovering” gravity, and as elementary-age children we think to ourselves, “Wow, isn’t that kind of a ridiculously obvious thing to discover? Even us little kids know about that!” And funnily enough, the vast majority of us never give much thought to it after that as we move on into adulthood. Gravity is as obvious to all of us needing air to breathe, and if you’re going to question that, you might as well be questioning the reality of reality itself.
But of course, gravity is about so much more than what causes apples to hit the ground, or raindrops to fall. The entire Copernican, heliocentric model of the universe hinges upon it, needing an explanation for how a spheroidal planet could hold itself together, and how people and objects on all sides of it’s surface don’t just fall off or float away into space. You see, before pushing the concept of a vaccumous, infinite universe full of exploding stars and round planetary objects and orbital paths, “gravity” was simply the concept of “what goes up must come down”. “Up” and “down” were both true, absolute, universal directions, and for whatever reason, there is some force at work which is constantly pulling everything toward the latter. But Newton and Einstein weren’t just trying to explain that, they were trying to explain a universe in which nothing was fixed, (as in the arcane geo-centric model…), but rather where the earth, sun, moon and all the heavenly bodies were constantly spinning, moving, orbiting each other, yet all holding their relative trajectories and galactic relationships with one another in a staggeringly precise balance.
So, this is the assumed cosmological scenario to which a guy like Einstein is then essentially handed a piece of chalk and challenged to “make it make sense”. Explain how all this actually works, not by using the traditional scientific method of creating hypotheses, testing hypotheses, etc., (which we also learned about in school) but instead by basically building a “model” of various aspects of the universe using mathematics, and then you tinker with that model by playing around with different equations (equations that 99.999% of the world’s population couldn’t do themselves, no less). And if/when the really smart theoretical physicist is able to tinker with the model to where he manages to get the math to work? Then Eureka! Science has triumphed and now we understand how the universe works!
But of course, we don’t… We still don’t even know what gravity is, or how it actually works, apparently, but hey, we do have these really impressive looking equations on a black board for you to look at. Here, we printed them in a million text books for you. That should settle it. What? You’re still doubting? My, you’re an idiot… Well, how can you question our understanding of gravity when we had to use our vast understanding of it in order to send all those men to the moon and back? (oh, wait…) 😉
So, yeah…. That’s more or less the spot I’m standing in right now. Learning about how wonky all this gravity business really is, learning about how a guy like Tesla said he thought Einstein’s theories were nonsense, while busily setting out to invent practically half of the technological innovations we are all now using today on a daily basis. Interesting, don’t you think, that Tesla wound up destitute, his lab destroyed by arson, all his surviving files and experiments scooped up and locked away by rich, powerful folks and kept from the public for decades while Tesla was all but forgotten, meanwhile Einstein is Time magazine’s “Person of the Century” and gets a Nobel prize. Hmmmm… (I know, I know, supposedly Einstein didn’t win the Nobel for his theory of relativity, but whatever. It was mainly for his work in “photo-electrics”, interesting…) But you get the point.
It all just goes to make you wonder, when you start to learn just how interconnected and interdependent all these different streams of information that we’ve been “educated” with since childhood really are, and then start holding it up against the fake moon landings, and “bubbles” outside the ISS, and the air-brushed “photos” of earth, etc… Right now it’s sure making ME wonder, and making me think this whole “electric universe” idea might be well worth looking into much more…
And here is a great flat earth vs. globe earth vid I found today which has a really interesting segment talking about gravity (8:14-11:00), and the issues with the idea that the spin of the earth and gravity offset each other to keep everything/one in place, when of course, the earth is spinning exceedingly slower at the poles than it is on the equator, yet the gravitational pull is the same everywhere on Earth…
I haven’t written anything about mass shootings involving potential mind-control victims in some time. One of the last times I did, I linked to some report which inadvertently prompted the most hits I’ve still ever had in a single day. In the end it was just hundreds of people in a reddit poke-fun-at-conspiracy forum, checking out my post and then laughing at the idea that there could be any sort of connection between these incidents.
That was almost a year ago now, and the number of these kinds events that have occurred since, even just in the last few months, is just ridiculous. I guess I just sort of concluded that if people can’t figure out for themselves that these bizarre “random killings” are occurring with increasing regularity, and increasing degrees of strangeness, just from watching the mainstream news, then I don’t really know what to say to convince them. It feels like practically every other day now, I’m seeing something about another shooting, more frequently involving police or military personnel, to the point where it’s like we aren’t even fazed anymore. Today it was some guy in a movie theater (again…) in Nashville. The new twist on this one I guess being that he had an axe…
I glanced at this report put out by the Congressional Research Service the other day, and it cracks me up how they manage to finagle their way to the point of saying, “”No matter how you cut it, there’s no epidemic…” The “data” doesn’t lie of course (only those who manipulate it…). There’s no real increase in these kinds of killings, despite whatever you think you might be witnessing with your own two eyes as the years go by… 😉 These aren’t the droids you’re looking for. Move along…
This vid by “the Scariest movie ever” does a good job delving into this whole topic of MK Ultra shooters and recent headlines, including the bizarre courtroom disturbances in the James Holmes trial, and he makes some really poignant remarks about how these sorts of ideas are filtering their way more and more into mainstream news and entertainment, such as in the upcoming Jesse Eisenberg movie “American Ultra”, which actually depicts two stoner kids who turn out to be mind-controlled assassins:
And just for fun, here’s the link to the “shooting tracker” page for 2015.
I think it’s pretty safe to say that 2015 has already had a significant number of very suspect, headline-grabbing mass shootings. Probably one of the most saturated years yet. And we still have five months left…
There’s an army of lone gunmen
tell me have you noticed this
which one by one keeps coming
like those foreign “terrorists”
For reasons know one ever knows
one at a time they snap
and without warning, in a crowd
they start to bust a cap
Racists? Muslims? Disaffected?
Some head-case off their meds?
Whatever background story’s told
the headlines count the dead
So while the country mourns once more
the State their hoped salvation
the next Lone Gunman waits for his
I don’t know how many videos I’ve watched over the last few years exposing the occult symbolism of things like the Olympic Games ceremonies or the Super Bowl, etc., but I have to say, this has to be one of the most startling ones I’ve seen so far….