posted on Feb, 8 2008 @ 04:57 PM
This "hysteria," began during the Clinton White House. Columbine is especially poignant for its connection with military intelligence, MKULTRA mind
control techniques, other parties doing the shooting, and the presence of psychiatric pharmaceuticals.
Because of its proximity to "problem-reaction-solution," scenarios originating from the same source, we can envision not implausible connection to
the government and its obsession with patsies to do its dirty work.
Every one of these incidents is hence part of skepticism on the part of sincere researchers. It is not appropriate to call this idea a "conspiracy
theory," but rather a set of conditions existing in real time and space conveying a sense of what is really happening.
When you see previously written laws taking a long time to compose, awaiting an incident, then you will see the light on this issue.
From this perspective the burden of proof is upon those who work every section of this "problem-reaction-solution," scenario to prove that such
incidents are actually random, that they indicate a trend and a danger, and that legislation is appropriate.
For example consider such an attitude when watching 911 happen in an objective mode. One could already see that "if you think this is bad, watch what
bad laws the government is going to pass in the near future."
That mode of thinking began because such events had already consisted of an advantage for elected government officials such as Bill Clinton. Even when
research showing events such as the Oklahoma Federal Building attack were not reported on the level, Clinton said he was reelected because of it.
Why politicians internally think such dystopian strategies are "good," is beyond me. They are not good and their mask is failing and has always
[edit on 8-2-2008 by SkipShipman]