Politics (and Nefarious Reality?) of Mass Shootings in the U.S.

So let’s see now. How many mass shootings (usually by lone white males) in the past three days? Charlotte, NC., for one, somewhere in Ohio for another. Hard to keep track. Do we just shrug it off as to be expected in an increasingly fractured, polarized world?

Indeed, wikipedia lists 14 mass shootings in the U.S., first four months of 2019

It seems obvious to many people that gun control is the answer. That because we lack strict-enough gun laws, mass shootings in the U.S. outpace every other country.

But do they?

Check this out:

America doesn’t actually lead the world in mass shootings


Of the 86 countries where we have identified mass public shootings, the US ranks 56th per capita in its rate of attacks and 61st in mass public shooting murder rate. Norway, Finland, Switzerland and Russia all have at least 45 percent higher rates of murder from mass public shootings than the United States.

When Lankford’s data is revised, the relationship between gun ownership rates and mass public shooters disappears.

How could that be? One possibility is that guns don’t just enable mass shooters; gun owners can also deter and prevent such shootings. Another is that culture — not gun ownership — is a bigger factor in shootings.

The media should be wary of any researchers who fail to let others look at their data. At least on this point, the intellectual base for liberal thunder about mass public shootings is wrong.

Yes. It’s not just “many people” who believe that gun control is the answer. In fact, it’s the  liberal, progressive left, or, I should say, what the left has transmogrified into, over the past several decades. I used to be a leftist. Plus: my father, and every father I knew while growing up in the 50s, had at least one gun carefully stashed away, for protection, should the family ever need it. Gun possession was obvious. Also, it was no big deal. Part of the landscape. Like lawn mower, car, appliances.

I once married a man — now I would say he suffered from severe PTSD — who claimed to have been a “Black Beret” back in the pre-Vietnam era. He claimed that he had been an assassin, in both Asia and Central America, as well as a sharp shooter. I didn’t ask for details. All I knew is that he had liver disease and esophageal varicies, that I was (foolishly) trying to heal him, and that he was very well taken care of by the Veterans Administration, airlifted from one hospital to another, when necessary.

Luckily, that relationship only lasted one year. But something he said stuck with me ever since. “If guns are outlawed,” he said, “then only the government will have guns.” I was reminded again, of that remark, when watching the recent NRA rally for Trump, and his remarks about never ever letting go of the second amendment, the American citizen’s right to bear arms.

In other words, from another, more “right-wing” perspective, citizens must have guns to make sure government does not assume total control.

Since that time with Phil, I’ve been studying up on things like MK Ultra, and the CIA’s involvement in mind control, utilizing induced trauma to split the mind and create “alters” for various missions: assasination, sex work, couriers of various kinds, mass shooters, etc. For starters, you might want to read MK Ultra “presidential level” sex slave Kathy O’Brien’s Trance Formation of America. My research led me to think that most “mass shooters” are in fact manchurian candidates, puppets triggered into action on cue by invisible puppet masters in order to instill fear and chaos, leading, when sheeple get terrified enough, to gun control as the antidote.

But of course, it’s not just mind-control by psychiatric and torturous methods that’s available. The CIA and other nefarious puppeteers also have what is called “voice to skull” technology, and it can do the same thing, control a person’s behavior, this time via artificial telepathy.

I hope this is enough of an introduction for you to get up to speed enough to pay attention to James True’s research on “targeted individuals.”

Possession and the Targeted Individual

I suggest that the next time you automatically think we need “gun control” after another mass shooting, perhaps think again?

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PhD Philosophy, 1972. Rogue philosopher ever since.
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4 Responses to Politics (and Nefarious Reality?) of Mass Shootings in the U.S.

  1. Anthony says:

    Hi Ann,

    I think I mentioned this book to you. Here’s a review that can be found for it on Amazon. I know it’s long, but you’re hitting on this stuff in this post, and this book validates all of what you say. McGowan cites nearly 500 sources in putting this together. This book makes the Kathy O’Brien stuff look like kindergarten:

    “Programmed to Kill: The Politics of Serial Murder, by David McGowan (New York: iUniverse, Inc., 2004) is not just another sensationalized book about serial killers. McGowan, author of Derailing Democracy: The America the Media Don’t Want You to See, and Understanding the F-Word: American Fascism and the Politics of Illusion, ties serial murders, programmed assassins, satanic cults and child pornography and prostitution to a fascist political and military conspiracy of frightening scope.

    I normally hate reading about this type of material. Too sickening. But McGowan, unlike most authors who treat this stuff, is not interested in sensationalized accounts that appeal to dark prurient interests. Rather, he wants to sound the alarm about the real methods used in fascist takeovers of societies.

    McGowan begins by reviewing the evidence for government sponsored mind control experiments dating back to the Nazis and the OSS (forerunner of the CIA). According to McGowan, these shadowy intelligence agencies, along with the military intelligence units, founded, encouraged, and covered up for Satanic cults, whose systematic abuse of children from very young ages provided a contnuing supply of potential mind-controlled programmed assassins. They supplied not only assassins but also child prostitutes, pornography subects and even sacrificial victims. The more susceptible to dissociated states, the easier to program. Mind control in this context refers to “the process of first enhancing an unwitting subject’s natural ability to dissociate (creating, in essence, the condition of Multiple Personality Disorder), and then controlling that subject’s dissociative states (by creating one or more alter personalities that are effectively under the control of others, and that are unknown to the `core’ personality).” (p. xv)

    Part I of the book is titled “The Pedophocracy.” Here McGowan takes the reader on a tour of child sex, child porn and child murder rings around the world whose members include many high-ranking political figures. One of the things that tie all these scandals together is the cover-up of participants, destruction of evidence, and lenient sentences to those who have to take the fall by authorities around the world. From the Marc Dutroux scandal in Belgium, to one in Latvia involving the Prime Minister and Justice Minister, to another in Portugal, to the scandal in the United Kingdom that reportedly reached into Tony Blair’s cabinet, to those of Larry King, Michael Aquino and Craig Spence in the United States with many circumstantial connections to high-ranking political and media figures, McGowan shows how the damage control operations, including numerous “suicides” by potential witnesses, work.

    McGowan then details the CIA connections of some of the Satanic groups that have been linked to ritual abuse and killing of children, in particular the Finders, described in an article in the Washington Post from 1987 as “a 1960’s style commune … described in a court document as a `cult’ that allegedly conducted `brainwashing’ and used children in `rituals (p. 59). After some members of the group were arrested for possible kidnapping when found in the possession of several children who they were keeping in a van and who showed signs of neglect, abuse and sexual abuse, homes and warehouses belonging to group members were searched. U.S. Customs found “photos showing children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and one photograph of a child in chains” (pp. 59-60). While memos written by one of the U.S. Customs investigators detailed evidence of much worse actions, nothing was written in the press about the matter until seven years later when the US News and World Report attempted to put it to rest by downplaying the accusations as “rumors” even though they were in the possession of the memos.

    McGowan goes on to note that “the firm that supplied training to CIA officers didn’t just employ several members of the Finders, but appears to have in fact been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Finders organization. It should also be noted that the CIA does not, as a general rule-of-thumb, assign the training of its officers to outside contractors, unless, that is, the `private’ firm utilized in such a capacity is a CIA front.” (p. 61) The leader of the Finders group, Marion Pettie, in a 1998 interview explained that “Going back to World War II, I kept open house mainly to intelligence people in Washington. OSS people passing through, things like that.” (p. 65) Regarding evidence found regarding international trafficking of children, the US Custom Service investigator in his memo stated that he was advised by a member of the Washington D.C. police that “the investigation into the activity of the Finders had become a CIA internal matter. The MPD [D.C. police] report has been classified SECRET and was not available for review.” (p. 66). No one was indicted.

    McGowan concludes Part I by suggesting that “it is certainly in the realm of possibility that the high profile child pornography raids in recent years, which invariably result in relatively few arrests and even fewer prosecutions and convictions, are not intended to punish the victimizers, but to identify and compromise them. And it is not inconceivable that the databases being compiled will be utilized as something of a recruitment list to identify those persons who have been `preconditioned,’ so to speak, for future mind control operations.” (p. 68)

    McGowan begins Part II with the story of Henry Lee Lucas, a serial killer who confessed to nearly 600 murders, committed “rape, torture, mutilation, dismemberment, necrophilia, cannibalism and pedophilia” (p. 71) and who, oddly enough, was the only death-row inmate in the State of Texas spared death by Governor George Bush. McGowan suggests the reason for this and other odd leniencies enjoyed by Lucas lies in the possibility that he was an MK-Ultra programmed assassin.

    By perpetuating the myth of the lone serial killer, authorities can deflect attention away from organized groups, cults or intelligence services. McGowan shows that in nearly all cases, the serial killers most likely had accomplices. The close ties of serial killers, child pimps and pornographers to people in position of authority in politics and law enforcement has also been covered up. Lucas himself is quoted as saying: “No one wants to believe the cult story. The TV people cut it out. The writers don’t write about it.” (p. 88)

    Part III looks at some recent scandals as well as historical precedents from the past. Along the way we get a lucid exposition of why the parents of Jon-Benet Ramsey probably killed her and why Charles Lindbergh probably killed his “kidnapped” son.

    McGowan concludes that the wave of sensationalized serial killings beginning around 1966 were a domestication of Operation Phoenix, the U.S. program of mass political assassination in Vietnam. The goal was to shock and frighten the public into acceptance of police state measures in the United States and to create a climate of right-wing reaction.”

    • Ann Kreilkamp says:

      Thanks, Tony, for the Amazon book review. Not a bit surprised. It’s all coming into the open, and it sounds like this book shows how all of the horrific strands weave together. Wow, and that it was published in 2004. Finally, fifteen years later, it feels like an incoming tsunami of horrifically damning evil info is crashing on the shores of human awareness.

      • Anthony says:

        I actually sent my own review to a friend:

        “…McGowan basically showed that every mass murderer at least since WWII was either involved with the military or the medical establishment (or their parents were), and they were either a part of some much larger group doing the murders or were complete patsies. All were most likely mind-controlled. And those who set them up and probably committed most of the murders – and most of them involved heavy Satanic rituals – were the very ones who programmed, arrested, and convicted them.

        So, basically every major metropolitan police department in the United States, along with the judicial system and even doctors, goes around and kills/sacrifices people they don’t like; finds a patsy to blame it all on; then sets him up and railroads him for every crime that happened in the last few years that they themselves actually pulled off. Rinse and repeat.

        Oh, and they all get paid for “doing their job” and get all kinds of cushy benefits, such as extra funds for more toys for the police department and more laws and rules that benefit themselves. It is a very well-written and researched book, and McGowan paid for it with his life.”

        I include this because Amazon wouldn’t let me post this little tidbit for some reason…and McGowan was killed for his writing, by a very fast-acting cancer – the same (manufactured) kind that killed Jack Ruby, Hugo Chavez, and Karla Turner, among many others. He was actually publicly mocked in the comments section on an on-line forum where he had given a video interview, told exactly how he was going to die before he ever revealed he was sick to anyone but his closest friends and family members.

        It really IS all out there now. Most of humanity has apparently decided to face their shadow sides simultaneously. Here’s hoping that these kinds of revelations help to heal *many* without further physical (and environmental) repercussions…

        • Ann Kreilkamp says:

          Reminds me of my discovery that Child Protective Services is where children are gathered to be preyed upon.

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