I hate doom type thread, and terror predictions. They are pretty much always wrong. So, I'm not predicting anything here, just relaying why I'm a
bit worried about the potential for mass killing on Black Friday.
Last year, there was some violence but it was very limited:
Violence erupted at Black Friday sales across the U.S. with one bargain-hunter left critically injured after being shot during a robbery and 15
other people injured when an angry shopper used pepper
So there isn't much of a history for this, but if a Holmes-esque gunman were to enter any of the various superstores across the nation tomorrow, they
would find easy pickings.
image from Black Friday 2011.
Now, we saw the James Holmes incident and The Sikh temple shooting over the summer. It's been a few months now, and sadly an argument could be made
that we're "due."
There are multiple reasons to think America may see a mass killing in the near future.
1.) Many believe there is a Global agenda to place severe restrictions on gun ownership. Violence helps this cause.
As President Obama added his voice to the push for stricter gun rules in the wake of the Colorado movie theater
This notion has created great concern among gun enthusiasts and constitutionalists, which some speculate will/has lead to an increase in gun sales.
President Obama and the Democrats won't be the only big winners if he's reelected in November. Gun retailers and manufacturers are expecting a
significant rise in gun sales if the president remains in the White House for a second term, The Wall Street Journal
2. There may be more guns being bought, meaning more potential shooters and a more difficult time identify potential killers.
The above isn't what concerns me most. I think a mass shooting would just as likely be carried out by an angry lone wolf, as it would as a false flag
in the name of a political agenda.
3. People are very dissatisfied, frustrated, and strained psychologically.
We've seen secession petitions, there is a ton of talk about an American collapse. It's not hard to see someone losing all faith and deciding to
take out a bunch of people and then commit suicide.
4. 2012. People believe the world is ending in a month. Someone with this attitude may decide that there is nothing to lose and they will go make a
name for themselves, in a psychopathic mindstate.
5. An Anti-American, anti-Capitalism attack. Some may see Black Friday as respresenting corporate greed and public manipulation. This type of attack
could come from Islamists, communists, anti-Bank people, etc.
In all likelihood, all will go well. People will flock to the stores, spend too much money, and further indebt themselves to their creditors. Black
Friday as usual.
Just a bit worried for some reason and thought I'd unload.
Happy Thanksgiving (said with an underlying cynicism about corporate driven holidays)