Tuesday, April 17, 2007

LIVE TONIGHT: PsiOp Radio #7 - The Virginia Tech Massacre

On tonight’s PsiOp Radio, my co-host SMiles Lewis and I will be discussing the psy-ops aspects of yesterday’s mass shooting at Virginia Tech University. Among the points explored: the possibility of black ops, mind control and extra shooters, the possible role of the copy-cat effect, semiotics, twilight language, and the political use of this incident to justify gun control.

The show starts tonight at 7 pm CDT / 0100 UTC and will last an hour. It is possible, though not confirmed, that we may go a little longer due to the large amount of ground to cover. To listen, GO TO ANOMALY RADIO. While listening, if you have a question or point to make, send us an email HERE.

During the show, we will be referring to numerous sources. Following is a partial list of the relevant links:

Paul Joseph Watson:

Virginia School Shooting: Another Government Black-Op?

Gun Control Law Helped Campus Killer

Loren Coleman:

Copy Cat Effect

VA Tech Schooting


Articles on the Columbine Conspiracy

Mack White:

Rumor of a Tumor: Whitman, Hennard, and Ashbrook

Larry Ashbrook, the 1999 Church Shooter / Indicators of Mind Control:

CNN Article: Authorities piece together bizarre puzzle of Ashbrook's life

Text of Ashbrook Letters to Media

Curt Maynard:

Media Subterfuge and School Shootings

Europe Lectures the US on Gun Control

The European media is blaming the Virginia Tech shootings on the lack of gun control in the U.S. It so happens that gun control was in effect on the campus. The state of Virginia had previously quashed a bill allowing handguns on campus, despite a previous incident at nearby Appalachian Law School where students with guns were able to stop a mass shooter. If turning college campuses into gun-free zones was supposed to make them safe, why didn’t it work yesterday at Virginia Tech? It didn't work, because gun control was never designed to keep us safe. Gun control only benefits dictatorships. If you don't believe that, consider the Nazi connection to gun control. (Has Europe forgotten this little detail from their own history?)

Monday, April 16, 2007

Black Op at Virginia Tech?

Eight hours ago, the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history occurred on the campus of Virginia Tech. The unofficial body count at this writing now stands at 31, mostly students, a number of them foreign citizens, making this an international incident.

The cry for gun control has already begun, and will only intensify in the days to come. Many will succumb to the emotion of the moment and believe the propaganda. And there may be copy-cat crimes in the days to come that will underscore the need for our government—the same government that used 9/11 to justify war, torture, and the destruction of freedom—this same government will now be trusted to protect us. And how will it protect us? By taking away more freedoms, of course, starting with the Second Amendment.

The strongest antidote to this propaganda will be to inform as many as possible why we need the Second Amendment, and why the government seeks to take it away from us. To quote Thomas Jefferson: "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."

And we should ask hard questions about the Virginia Tech shootings, and not accept the official explanation uncritically. And we should not be afraid to ask the big question, and ask it loudly: Was this shooting a black-op?

And if the answer is yes, should it surprise us? It would not be the first time that elements of our government have committed a false-flag operation or covertly sponsored a lone-nut gunman to further their criminal agenda …