Update, 11/2/13: And see Jon Rappoport: http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2013/11/01/lax-shooting-the-storyline-the-agenda-the-questions/
Top story, huffpost:
Let’s see now. How long has it been since the last shooting? Can’t remember, but surely not more than a couple of weeks. A few weeks is about right. Just enough time to begin to forget, to need a reminder that chaos rules, and that we crave “security,” provided by men in clanking armor with big guns.
Ah! And this shooting at LAX, a major airport, targeting TSA! Wow! That’s a new one. Perfect. Everybody hates the TSA, so secretly kind of glad it was one of them that “went down.” Plus, from now on we’ll all be even more scared when we sullenly slink through the lines.
It’s just a matter of time before we find out this shooter, like all the others, is most likely young, and either narcoticized with pharmaceuticals, and/or a manchurian candidate, mind-controlled, triggered to “go off” just when he did.
And notice, in this version of the story from huffpost, that —
“After the initial burst of gunfire and hiding, people started jumping over one another, jumping off chairs, pushing each other,” Fox Sports reporter Bill Reiter said on Twitter. “Chaos & fear.”
Yeah, chaos and fear. Chaos and fear. Chaos and fear.
Take your mind back. It’s yours, not theirs. Center in your heart. Breathe.