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Originally posted by ShakaDoodle
This article summarizes quite well everything that is wrong about the way this story has been typically reported in the media.
It also explains why so many people think that this event is an issue that has some inexplicable connection with the ridiculous concept of "gun control". After all, where was the idea of "gun control" in reference to the fiasco of the "Fast and Furious" program?
No, this is all about "people control". The mainstream media framing a tragic story in such a way that the tragedy can really only mean one thing in the end - "Let's get rid of guns" and unfortunately, once again, the general public laps it up and buys into it without thinking for themselves.
Please take a look at the article and post your take.
How the Newton massacre became a Mind-Control television event
reply to post by darksky
Thank you very much for this. Great article that everybody should read. Its so spot on, well written and breaks everything down in such a way it might even awaken some real thinking in some of the brainwashed individuals it actually speaks about. I would recommend everybody to share this article to friends and relatives in hope to awaken some more of the sheeple. I know I sure will. Just reading that actually gave me a little shred of hope back and I immediately felt the urge to share this with some of the very people Ive actually already given up on.
reply to post by chiefsmom
It makes me wonder if they consider what they may do in the future, for people like myself, that just cannot stand to watch some reporter whoring out grief stricken people on the air, and not trying to get the truth of what happened. Hard to "hypnotize" when the television gets shut off.
On 2 October 2006, a shooting occurred at the West Nickel Mines School, an Amish one-room schoolhouse in the Old Order Amish community of Nickel Mines, a village in Bart Township of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Gunman Charles Carl Roberts IV took hostages and shot ten girls (aged 6–13), killing five, before committing suicide in the schoolhouse. The emphasis on forgiveness and reconciliation in the response of the Amish community was widely discussed in the national media. The West Nickel Mines School was torn down, and a new one-room schoolhouse, the New Hope School, was built at another location.