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Originally posted by lonegurkha
Something bothered me about this guy's picture. So I thought about it for a while. Then it occured to me that there was a similarity to Jarrad Loungers photo. I'm a bit puzzled about the similarity. The eyes and the smile I found bothersome. Almost as if there was some macabre joke that only they knew about.
I have to admit that my first thoughts when I heard about this yesterday morning on ATS was that it had something to do with MKultra. Especially with the UN vote coming up.
Could the similarities in the faces be the result of their programming? I think there is a possibility. Certianly I could be wrong, but the possibility exists.
I am particullarly puzzled with his request for someone from the Navy. I saw that on a live feed posted by another member. Why someone from the Navy? As far as I can determine, he has no connection to them.
My problem with this is why do there seem to be similarities when these incidents occur? Not just the similarities in appearance, but similarities in the way the incidents take place. Why do they always seem to want to kill as many strangers as possible?
I really think that this has to do with anti gun legislation. It's just perfect for the promotion of that particular agenda.
Oddly someone posted a video about the similarities between these guys, I guess I'm not the only one to wonder about this.
Around this time, those who knew him noted a change in his personality. Kelsey Hawkes, who dated Loughner for several months in high school, would later say she could not believe it was him after hearing of his arrest. "I've always known him as the sweet, caring Jared", said Hawkes, 21, then a student at the University of Arizona.
At some point, Loughner was fired from his job at a Quiznos restaurant, with his manager saying he underwent a personality transformation. After this, Loughner briefly volunteered at a local animal shelter, walking dogs, but he was asked not to return. The shelter manager later said, "He was walking dogs in an area we didn't want dogs walked... He didn't understand or comprehend what the supervisor was trying to tell him. He was just resistant to that information."
Originally posted by aaaiii
reply to post by lonegurkha
They have something in common. They are both inhabited by the same entity.
It feeds on human suffering and negative emotion.
Descriptions of Bryant's behaviour as an adolescent show that he continued to be disturbed and outline the possibility of mental retardation. He was revealed to have an I.Q. of 66, equivalent to an 11-year-old and in the bottom 1.17 percent of the Australian population, and was possibly autistic. Further testing following his arrest indicated a verbal I.Q. of 64 and non-verbal reasoning and cognitive functioning of 68, giving a full scale I.Q. of 66, an age equivalent of 11 years in the 10th percentile (90% of 11 year olds would score higher).
After this, Loughner briefly volunteered at a local animal shelter, walking dogs, but he was asked not to return. The shelter manager later said, "He was walking dogs in an area we didn't want dogs walked... He didn't understand or comprehend what the supervisor was trying to tell him. He was just resistant to that information."