posted on Jul, 22 2012 @ 07:51 AM
I don't know how this became a political debate...
Anyway as to the purpose of the bombs and the music.
It's fairly obvious that this worthless excuse for life intended to blow up his apartment at the same time he was shooting in the theater.
He set the music to start at 12am. The movie began around the same time. If someone starts playing loud music at midnight and you have to work in the
morning you're going to do one of two things; knock on the door hoping to talk to the sob keeping you up, or call someone else to do so.
It seems that the shooter wanted someone to call someone who had access to his apartment, hoping that they would open the door to turn off the
music/check on the tenant, blowing up his apartment taking several people with the blast.
This guy said he was the joker, but he missed several joker like things. For starters his hair was red by all accounts the joker's hair was green.
Next this is something that the joker would have had one of his underlings do, and he wouldn't have had just one underling, it would have been quite
a few. Next is the Joker wouldn't have said anything about the explosives in his apartment, had he not mentioned explosives they would have gone off
eventually. Next, the joker wouldn't have used apartments where apartment managers are inconsistent in how they respond, I won't list where the
joker would have done this because the answer is far to scary. Furthermore had the joker chosen the location(s) I believe the "real" joker would
have he could have acted alone and attacked dozens of sites all at once.
Basically if you look at what this guy did, and where he missed on his potential to "succeed" it's pretty clear that he wasn't thinking logically.
If his goal would have been to bring death and terror, with his knowledge of sophisticated explosives it would have been easy to do so. But he
didn't. Had this attack been planned by a logically thinking man or woman the damage, even with only one man acting, would have been so much worse.
This idea is so simple I'm actually scared of it. Scared that anyone even thought of this basic idea. It's just scary.
I don't know if he acted alone, but it seems to me, because of the holes in this (literal) genius' plot, he did. It makes sense that he did. However
the timing seems to make it a "convenient" conspiracy.