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Before the shooting, Ciancia made “the conscious decision to try to kill” TSA employees in order to "instill fear in their traitorous minds," according to a letter found in his possession. But where would anyone get the idea that TSA employees are worthless, rights-violating, traitorous federal agents that should be stopped?
From Ron Paul, maybe? The former Texas representative and sometime presidential candidate thinks TSA agents are "jack-booted thugs" whose "authority is thoroughly dangerous, un-American, and insulting to earlier freedom-loving generations who built this country."
Thus the anger gets personalized, as if the TSA agents are deliberately out to get them for personal reasons. Demonizing and personalizing, in turn, makes it easier for a terrorist like Ciancia to justify murdering them. If you imagine they are evil people out to get you instead of ordinary workers who are just doing a job, shooting them becomes easier.
Right Wing Terrorism & Unhinged Rhetoric On The Right
Yeah the right wing propaganda machine never
riles up their listeners.
It's not like they scream about things that haven't come to pass
Martial law, gun confiscation, killing grandma, sharia law
Obama's a secret Muslim, socialism is on its way, communism
is on its way, fascism is on its way, black panther indoctrination
schools for your kids blah blah blah...
Certainly those completely made up scenarios could never creep
into the mind of an AR15 carrying nut job.
The left-wing propaganda machine looks to be moving into full swing mode over the LAX - TSA shooting a few days ago. Instead of blaming Paul Ciancia, the alledged shooter they are spinning this to put the blame on those they consider the real right-wing terrorists. That includes:
I bring this up because I’m wondering why we can’t have a Reppertian Jihad. --Jonah Goldberg
You know when Barack Obama said he was creating his own private army? 'We need a private army just as well funded, just as well equipped.' There's a lot of people saying he was talking about some, I don't know, some diplomatic corps. Uh huh. Was he now? Some people say that it was AmeriCorps and whatever. It could be. I don't know what it is. I don't know what the hell this guy is doing. Nobody does. That's the point. But if you wanted to really have a security force, wouldn't a unionized TSA under the umbrella of Homeland Security be the best thing? I mean, why start a whole new security force when you already have one? --Glenn Beck
In The Hunger Games, many times called a model of predictive programming, the ritual sacrifice of 23 children is carried out. Twelve districts, two children from each district; they fight in pairs and kill each other until one winner is left. 23 children are killed.
In Newton, Adam Lanza killed 20 children.
The author of The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins, is listed by Wikipedia as one of the famous people who lives in Newtown. --John Rappoport on Alex Jone's prisonplanet.com
reply to post by MystikMushroom
Look at the site you're on ...
I live out in the sticks and have found none of these scary people you describe. In fact, they're more likely to be like my folks and know pretty much only what the MSM reports and be highly suspicious of it.
She also believes that the President is a:
She's a strict consumer of conservative MSM and she's a victim of their ratings creating fear mongering infotainment garbage.
.. or do you just have a problem with the idea that rhetoric can lead to action?