posted on Apr, 20 2013 @ 01:27 PM
Who promised he would be a hero? The media.
Think of this...
In a baseball game, they don't show a fan running onto the field so he can't become "famous." They don't show him to try and deter future fans
from running onto the field. So here, the media decides to take away the opportunity of a fan to become "famous" from an incident that they create
by not showing it on TV.
But, in this Boston incident, they show still photos of the suspects everywhere! They show photos, they show tweets, interviews from people who knew
them, their father, etc. By bombarding society with what they look like, they are making them famous. I thought the position of the U.S. was not to
make deals with terrorists? They're making a "deal" by giving them fame, TV time of their cause.
So, they saturate every channel with photos of the suspects but then tell everyone to stay in their houses. Ok? So, it's "if you see these
individuals (while being in your homes and not being able to go out where you have the possibility of seeing them) then call your local authorities."
Does that make sense?
Then some will say, but by flooding the TV with their photos helped catch them. This isn't accurate. They caught these individuals because:
The guy who got his legs blown off woke up long enough to give them a description that included the guys hat and color hoodie, among other things
From that alone they then were able to significantly narrow their search in videos to where they needed to focus. Once they found the one guy they
also found his brother.
The shootout happened because of reports of shots being fired from killing the officer.
The 2nd suspect was caught because the homeowner was aware of blood on a strap to his boat and called the authorities. He had no idea it was the
suspect. The authorities sent the helicopter with FLIR over and that was that.
So it was the media who made these 2 "famous." The photos on all TV stations didn't help in their capture on bit. All the media did was to
instill fear in everyone. One has to wonder if that is the real agenda.
And, until the media stops making people famous these incidents will not stop.
Most people strive for 2 things. Fame and/or fortune. Fortune will only happen 2 ways. Through years of continuous hard work in a particular field or
career, or by a moment of instance, like a lottery winning.
Fame will only happen 2 ways as well. Again, being good at your career, like an actor, musician, etc. The other way Fame will happen will occur
because of an incident that happens all at once, like winning the lottery or in this case, 2 nutjobs doing something like this.
They didn't want to do the years of continuous hard work, so they go for the instant moment that causes "fame."
If you take away that possibility of becoming famous, like they do when a fan runs out onto the field, it's only then that these incidents will stop.
Fans running out onto the field have dropped to almost zero. But, terrorist activities are increasing.
If you don't show their photos and especially DO NOT SAY THEIR NAMES ON TV, the instant fame will not be created and the desire will be taken away
and these activities will stop. We don't need to know their names, do we? Only the authorities need to know that while pursuing them. Giving their
names over TV does nothing for the public, it only does something for they who are committing that awful atrocity.
So the only one who promised them that they would be heros is the media.