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How come lone nut assassins only take out good people?

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posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:27 AM
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I have a question for those of you who think conspiracies are all BS delusional fantasies, and that only official government versions of everything are correct. (no matter how many times governments have lied)

The question:

How come lone nut assassins (with no motives by the way) only kill good leaders who preach love, peace and freedom? Examples: JFK, RFK, MLK, John Lennon, and who knows how many more.

How come they never kill evil sociopaths like Dick Cheney, George Bush, Stalin, Hitler, etc?

Isn't that a strange coincidence? Do you buy it? If so, why?

Why is the official version of everything the only correct version of truth? Why? I can never get any of you to answer that.




posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:31 AM
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I think the answer may lie in your assertion the assassins are "lone nuts." I personally doubt the majority of the assassins listed acted alone, but thats my opinion.

Also, all of these leaders were pushing for change. Change is hard and scary for everyone. The folks who want to keep the status quo are naturally resistant to the change proposed by others. If the person feels threatened enough, that could be motive for assassination.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:38 AM
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Why is the official version of everything the only correct version of truth? Why? I can never get any of you to answer that.

Because the Kool-Aid tastes so good.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:41 AM
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Well, in all fairness, JFK wasn't exactly the most popular guy around at the time of his death, especially in Texas where he died. In fact he was hated by a lot of people there. And yes, I mean a lot. It's only after his death though that his popularity started to really spiral out of control, and even to this day in fact he's seen as one of the greatest President's who ever lived in the eyes of most. Would that have happened if he lived? Almost certainly not.

In regards to the others, again, today they're seen as some of the greatest people who ever lived. Were they good people? In my opinion yes they were. But, not to the almost god-like status they seem to have right now. It seems that whenever someone is cut down in their prime like these figures have been, It's the norm to only remember the good times they had. Only look for the positives that they did and completely ignore any and all negatives that they may have had.

That's perhaps a reason for why "Only the good guys get taken out"... We made them good in their demise. Just on ATS alone for an example and in the aftermath of Colonel Gaddafi's assassination, I know at least I can remember that there were quite a few thread's from people aimed towards him in the most positive light and completely refusing to acknowledge any negatives, one's which did exist - My point exactly. In a figure's demise they're always going to be turned into the good guy. It's just the way thing's are.

And of course It's also worth pointing out that In at least 2, maybe 3 at a stretch, of those figures you highlighted there can be proven beyond doubt, in my opinion anyway, to have died by more than a "Lone nut".

Just throwing out my 2 cents.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:44 AM
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i think its because the



...sociopaths like Dick Cheney, George Bush, Stalin, Hitler, etc


Are the people in with the organisations who hire the so called 'nut jobs' to kill your


Examples: JFK, RFK, MLK, John Lennon,



these are my loosely held speculative accusations wi no or little proof....but look up some assassination conspiracy theorys.


Duke


edit on 21-5-2012 by DukeEligos because: spelling



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:47 AM
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Sociopaths attack the purity that shines a light upon their own shadow.

It is a defense mechanism.

They wont attack something they recognize and accept as part of themselves, which is the lack of a soul.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:53 AM
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JFK was hardly a "good person". the bay of pigs and the many affairs he had on his wife leave much to be desired in the character department.

curiously enough, JFK's assasination is the only event you listed that i'm sure was a conspiracy.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 07:58 AM
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They are being killed so someone else, who is more corrupt, can gain power? I highly doubt a lone 'nut' killed any of those people.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 08:00 AM
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JFK was hardly a "good person". the bay of pigs and the many affairs he had on his wife leave much to be desired in the character department.


Agreed (on the latter anyway), and that was the point I was making before. With his demise people routinely forget the negative that he did, the hurt he may have caused others and so on and on and on. The same applies to the others as well but more so JFK It seems.

Was he a good president overall? I think so, certainly not great but not bad either taking everything into consideration. Was he a good person? No. He just wasn't at all. As you say he was known to have often cheated on his wife and just have an all-round low opinion of women, seeing them more so as objects as opposed to people.

Was his death the result of a conspiracy? Yes.


curiously enough, JFK's assasination is the only event you listed that i'm sure was a conspiracy.


What about the RFK assassination? That's a by far more obvious case for conspiracy than the JFK case is, even today in fact.

edit on 21-5-2012 by Rising Against because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 08:11 AM
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How come they never kill evil sociopaths like Dick Cheney, George Bush, Stalin, Hitler, etc?


If there was an assassination attempt on those truly 'worthy' of it, does anyone think for a second, that we would get to hear about it?

News like that could spark the revolutionary in all of us, maybe!




It's only after his death though that his popularity started to really spiral out of control, and even to this day in fact he's seen as one of the greatest President's who ever lived in the eyes of most. Would that have happened if he lived? Almost certainly not.


Could it be possible that they could make a martyr of one of their own evil sociopaths by assassination?

Maybe they have not tried it yet, and with all the self evident truth available about those who seek control and depopulation, maybe its only a matter of time before they add it to their r'epertoire.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 08:41 AM
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There were assassination attempts on GW Bush (and no I am not talking about the show thrower), Hitler, Ronald Reagan...as for Dick Cheney, he shot a lawyer in the face and didn't get sued. I mean that should make him an ungodly hero to some



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by Ahabstar
reply to post by WWu777
 


There were assassination attempts on GW Bush (and no I am not talking about the show thrower), Hitler, Ronald Reagan...as for Dick Cheney, he shot a lawyer in the face and didn't get sued. I mean that should make him an ungodly hero to some





ha ha
the fact that it didn't really make him a hero indicates just how low Cheney really is
the lawyer was prolly shot for saying or doing the right thing


In order to make a bullet do a majic Uturn like with JFK, or hit the target from a gun that couldn't like MLK, or change caliber like with RFK, one must only be assassinating a good person.
Its a law of the universe.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 09:23 AM
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Good people? Or random people of no imprtance?

Random joe has a psychotic break. He grabs his legal guns as given to him by his constitutional rights, and goes out and see's sally teatowell, jo farmyard and steve seconhand. BLAM BLAM BLAM.. BAM BAM BAM BLAM.

Yeah, he just wanted to kill. anyone who is not him is the enemy... You can bet though, had he been able to sneak into the white house, etc, he'd have BLAM BLAM a few unimportant staff.

He's not too bright.

Oh wait, what am I saying.. coh, silly me I almost forgot.. He's a CIA agent who's gone loopy from all the spychems he's been taking,,, werps!



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 12:02 PM
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I agree with Rising Against when he states these people cannot necessarily be defined as "good" per se. (After all do you believe Dick Nixon considered JFK to be a good person?)

I think a more accurate definition would be referring to these people as "agents of change". They threatened the status quo and felt a new course needed to be taken and that was not acceptable. Action needed to be taken and TPTB took it.

"Lone nuts"? I hardly think so.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 12:06 PM
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To be fair, what politician hasn't cheated on his/her significant other at one point?

It's not relevant to their ability to perform their duties as President. The Lewinsky scandal may prove to be the only exception here and even so, it didn't do much to diminish Clinton's popularity.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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I know.... While someone like Noriega and Castro seem to live forever. I think it is because the powers that be fear them and because they shine a light on injustice and because they can motivate masses of people all by themselves.



posted on May, 21 2012 @ 10:28 PM
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the "lone nut" is a completely fictional entity invented by the Establishment to take heat off of those who benefit from these extremely strategic assassinations. also known as a "patsy". its not coincidence that makes some alleged psychotic blow away the most significant of hyper-influential public figures. its by design. cui bono?



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:20 PM
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Originally posted by Bob Sholtz
JFK was hardly a "good person". the bay of pigs and the many affairs he had on his wife leave much to be desired in the character department.

curiously enough, JFK's assasination is the only event you listed that i'm sure was a conspiracy.


Excuse me, but having an affair doesn't make one bad. Some people like/love multiple partners. That's just the way it is. It's only society and religion that try to impose artificial control on that. Most animal species are not monogamous either.

Who cares what he does in his private life? As long as it's between two consenting adults, it's none of your business. You can't control human nature or desire by making it "immoral".

But what he did and what he stood for, were good things. At least he wasn't a mass murderer and liar like Bush/Cheney.
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posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:28 PM
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Originally posted by Rising Against
reply to post by Bob Sholtz
 



JFK was hardly a "good person". the bay of pigs and the many affairs he had on his wife leave much to be desired in the character department.


Agreed (on the latter anyway), and that was the point I was making before. With his demise people routinely forget the negative that he did, the hurt he may have caused others and so on and on and on. The same applies to the others as well but more so JFK It seems.

Was he a good president overall? I think so, certainly not great but not bad either taking everything into consideration. Was he a good person? No. He just wasn't at all. As you say he was known to have often cheated on his wife and just have an all-round low opinion of women, seeing them more so as objects as opposed to people.

Was his death the result of a conspiracy? Yes.


curiously enough, JFK's assasination is the only event you listed that i'm sure was a conspiracy.


What about the RFK assassination? That's a by far more obvious case for conspiracy than the JFK case is, even today in fact.

edit on 21-5-2012 by Rising Against because: (no reason given)


Excuse me, but men throughout history have judged women by their beauty. It's totally natural and part of evolutionary biology. The minority of feminists who hate female beauty and consider it demeaning to women are the ones who are out of sync with nature and delusional in thinking that they can change all of history and human nature just because they have a problem with feminine beauty. Being attracted to female beauty doesn't make a man view women as objects or have a low opinion of them. Think about it. If you had a low opinion of someone, would you be attracted to her? lol. This myth is a contradiction. It is a false feminist myth. Don't use unnatural liberal feminist ideology to judge great men.



posted on May, 22 2012 @ 11:45 PM
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^^^
Someone mentioned it, but I had to post it, because not only did he dodge one shoe, but he dodged two shoes. If only one of those shoes hit him dead square in the forehead, priceless...



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