Planned School Shooting set for Tomorrow. Being prepared or being extreme??? You be the judge.

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posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 02:22 PM
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Originally posted by HawkeyeNation

Originally posted by MJZoo
I don't see why they need to do this since the city of Chicago banned firearms. No firearms means no gun violence.


Chicago's murder rate has gone up since the ban I believe but not sure if gun related violence has indeed gone up.


That, and the courts just found the gun ban unconstitutional right before Christmas. They gave Chicago 180 days to come up with CCW laws.

articles.cnn.com...:CRIME


The gun bans did nothing to curb gun violence in Chicago. The above quote was sarcasm, I believe. They have the equivalent of a Sandy Hook every two weeks in Chicago. The year of 2012 ended with over 500 gun related deaths. Each weekend is 7-10 deaths alone related gun violence.

The ban only left the criminals with guns. Victims with no way to defend themselves.

The police have come out against the finding by the court that the ban was unconstitutional, saying that they will shoot first and ask questions later. Whether you are legal carry, or not. So, legal carry in Chicago is suicide by cop.


www.gunssavelife.com...

Chicago police chief: We’ll
shoot licensed civilians
with guns

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posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 05:10 PM
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MORE FREAKING MIND CONTROL!
Theyll have America disarmed in one generation......thats the plan......



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 05:58 PM
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I completely disagree with a drill like this, the only way I could possibly think it was okay is if the children were left out of it and it ONLY INVOLVED THE TEACHERS. Another reason for homeschooling in my book.



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 06:52 PM
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I wonder whose lame brain idea was it to have someone shooting blanks in the hall way during the drill. So you might have that one mentally unstable student in the bunch who may have always had a secret thought of bringing a gun to school. The sounds of blanks going off in the hallway may be just enough excitement for him to actually push him to put his thoughts into action.



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 06:56 PM
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Awesome quote! “If you need to run a drill, you run a drill,” she told WBBM Newsradio’s Bernie Tafoya. “They run fire drills all the time, but they don’t run up and down the hallway with a flamethrower.”

That's funny. I don't know why they would need to run such a drill in Chicago. They already have such strict gun control there, and everyone is safe.

/sarcasm



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 08:22 PM
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That could really upset some people with PTSD.



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 08:30 PM
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I don't think this is a bad thing, some people will just freeze at the sound of a gunshot.

That comment in the link were the woman says "we don't get a flamethrower for fire drills" is so ignorant. Fire can be silent.

Perhaps a better solution would be day trips to gun ranges were they can be taught gun safety by professionals and understand how loud one can be.
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posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:02 PM
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My school started doing the same thing right after the Columbine shooting. And that was a small, small town (Omemee, Ontario - Neil Young's hometown, look it up!).

It consisted of basically the same thing; the principal would come over the P.A. and announce "Emergency. Code Red. Code Red. Initiate Lockdown." We would all gather in the back corner of the room while the teacher locked the door/shut off the lights, and wait for the principal (escorted by a police officer of course) to give the all clear and unlock the door.

It didn't seem strange to me then, but looking back on it, it's reminiscent of something that would have happened at the height of the Cold War era, when schools were still teaching the "Duck and Cover" method.

There's nothing wrong with it; it helps the people it's meant to help. Students, teachers and parents alike benefit from this (albeit false) sense of safety. I do agree that the blanks might be going too far, but then again who knows.

The sad truth is we live in a culture of fear. Just look at 99% of the posts on this website. People regurgitate what they're fed by the world, by the government, by advertising. Fear runs everything in our world.

The good news is: Jesus!...or something. Hahahaha just kidding. The REAL good news is that we don't have to be afraid. It's up to us.




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posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:07 PM
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Sounds hauntingly familiar...



Conditioning the young minds of tomorrow...



posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 09:13 PM
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Also I should mention to the OP that the title of this thread is slightly misleading and you might want to switch around the wording a bit. It kinda makes it seem like someone is planning an actual school shooting for tomorrow.
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posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 01:21 AM
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It;s not much different than a normal drill, just with blanks.



posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 01:39 AM
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Originally posted by MJZoo
I don't see why they need to do this since the city of Chicago banned firearms. No firearms means no gun violence.


Cary is a good 20-30 miles NW of Chicago. That doesn't mean the plan wasn't hatched in rahm's lair, however. That's how it works in the underworld. This way, it can't blow up in his face. They're never going to stop, never going to learn. Somewhere, in some nice suburban household, a pederast is following orders, or else.



posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 05:03 PM
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Cary-Grove H.S. is 5 minutes away from my house. I live on the boundary line, so I had to go to a different H.S., but most of my friends are CG alumni. That being said, when I heard about this on the news I was at first really skeptical. After some thought though, I think it's a good idea. After all, what is the point of having a lockdown procedure if you can't even identify the sound of a gun discharging. And they are not firing a gun in the hall when students are in passing periods or anything, it's during classtime when gunfire at a distance can sound like many other things. It's a good idea to know what it sounds like, to get to a safe place ASAP if the situation should arise. Also, guns are only banned in Chicago, not the far northwest burbs as the article clearly points out. Please read the OP before reacting with cliche gun advocate talking points. "I thought guns were banned in Chicago" - stupid comment.



posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 07:57 AM
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The sound of gunfire could be accomplished by a class trip to a firing range, a video or some such. Doing it in school does seem like an experiment in social engineering of some kind. Traumatic and can't be psychologically sound as far as ideas go. Fear is fear. I can still remember the nuke drills in school. One wasn't needed to be dropped to put kids in fear of it. This drill is a disgrace.

Schools in our area are having drills where the kids are locked in the room, told to hide under desks and teacher puts a red paper under the door and shoves it out/under if they are in danger and a green one if not....how assinine, like a crazed shooter is gonna let all of that transpire. How much crazier is all of this gonna get?

TSA, another example...they can turn us all inside out and we still won't be safe....cavity searches, whatever. Everyone fails to realize, the plane can be the weapon, with all that fuel and someone, somewhere with a remote control technology to use. Fear is being fed to us more and more, and it is a good controlling mechanism...at what cost. Not ALL children will feel safer being subjected to such drills. Where do the "shrinks" stand on this?.....Handing out kiddie Prozac, I guess.



posted on Jan, 31 2013 @ 11:02 AM
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Here is another scenario for folks to ponder relevant to such drills. Picture this....a busy Sunday at Walmart and suddenly a bunch of guys in camo come through shooting live fire blanks throughout the store. Then over the PA system, folks are told it was a drill and all is well. Even if it was announced beforehand, how often do folks really listen to the babble on that thing. Anyhow, you can't convince me there wouldn't be more than a few ole coots foaming at the mouth while on the floor having heart attacks or strokes...to say nothing of the younger folks checking their shorts or in serious need of a change of underwear.

Drills like that won't make anyone feel safer. Kids needing to know what the sound of gunfire is like? It's not like they are gonna let every kid into school "packing heat" to protect themselves so what is the point. More like psy-ops it seems. Fear factor to the max. Kids could learn about sounds of shots by the school offering gun safety/hunting classes and such if they are that worried about it. At least they'd be learning a skill...how to hunt to feed theirselves...more or less killing 2 birds with one stone...pun intended.





 
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