by William Skink
I think it’s more productive to look at the outcomes than it is to examine events like the Chattanooga shooting. Why? Because Chattanooga is another rabbit hole in the crisis actor genre that sees these events as staged, and the American public is no where near being able to handle that possibility.
Some people may be inclined to wonder how one of the victims of the shooting looks exactly like Lance Cpl. Larry L. Wells, who was reported by the Washington Post to have been killed August 6th in an attack in Najaf, but most won’t.
Instead, look at the outcomes: ramping up fear over ISIS as a domestic threat, providing a reason to arm personnel at recruiting centers, and giving Wesley Clark an opportunity to say this (Zerohedge):
If these people are radicalized and don’t support the United States, and they’re disloyal to the United States, as a matter of principal that’s fine, that’s their right. It’s our right and our obligation to segregate them from the normal community for the duration of the conflict.
Just let the weight of that quote settle in for a bit.
If that’s a little too heavy for a Sunday morning, there is a very bizarre story coming out of LA worth reading about.
Here’s the basic outline of what’s being reported: A mysterious guy who claims to work for clandestine government agencies dies in his car, and his fiancé decides to leave him in his car outside his house because she believes his handlers will come and get the body, but they don’t and he sits rotting in his car for 2 weeks. When his death finally is reported, authorities find 1,500 guns, other weapons, and 230,000 dollars in cash in his home.
Oh, and his fiancé also thinks her guy is an alien-human hybrid sent to save the human race.
Have a nice Sunday.