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Sunday, January 9, 2011

A Triggered Event: The Tragedy In Tucson And The Death Of Freedom

By Jean Bush

Today, Sunday, January 09, 2011, Federal prosecutors brought charges against Jared Lee Loughner, a 22 year old Arizona resident, who’s attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Gifford, took out six people, their only crime was to be standing near her. The dead include: U.S. District Judge John M. Roll, 9 year old Christina Taylor Green, Gifford’s aide Gabe Zimmerman, 30; Dorothy Morris, 76; Dorwin Stoddard, 76; and Phyllis Schneck, 79.

Immediately after the shootings, Sheriff Clarence Dupnik, of Pima County, lashed out at what he called an excessively "vitriolic" atmosphere in the months leading up to the rampage. "This may be free speech," he told reporters, "but it's not without consequences." These comments and the shooting may now be paving the way for a crackdown not only on public gatherings, but also on free speech itself.

Was Loughner mad, nuts, mentally ill, drugged, poisoned by our contaminated food and water? Or as one natural health writer suggested, lacking in vitamins? Or is there something much darker afoot?
Jared Loughner’s disconnected ramblings leave little clues to his state of mind at the time he decided to pack a gun and go on a killing rampage. Or did he decide? Among his postings on the Internet, he said: "I know who's listening: Government Officials, and the People," Loughner wrote. "Nearly all the people, who don't know this accurate information of a new currency, aren't aware of mind control and brainwash methods. If I have my civil rights, then this message wouldn't have happen (sic)."
( Quote taken from PAULINE ARRILLAGA and AMANDA LEE MYERS, Associated Press, Yahoo News.)

Did Loughner consider himself a victim of brainwashing and mind control? Was he “triggered” or activated into carrying out this unspeakable act? Could he have been a Manchurian Candidate?
The Manchurian Candidate (1959), by Richard Condon, is a political thriller novel about the son of a prominent US political family who has been brainwashed into being an unwitting assassin for the Communist Party.
Captain Bennett Marco, Sergeant Raymond Shaw, and the rest of their infantry platoon are kidnapped during the Korean War in 1952. They are taken to Manchuria, and are brainwashed to believe that Shaw saved their lives in combat — for which Congress awards him the Medal of Honor.
Years after the war, Marco, now back in the United States working as an intelligence officer, begins suffering the recurring nightmare of Shaw murdering two of his comrades, all while clinically observed by Chinese and Russian intelligence officials. When Marco learns that another soldier from the platoon also has been suffering the same nightmare, he sets to uncovering the mystery and its meaning.
It is revealed that the Communists have been using Shaw as a sleeper agent, a guiltless assassin subconsciously activated by seeing the “Queen of Diamonds” playing card while playing solitaire. Provoked by the appearance of the card, he obeys orders which he then forgets. Shaw’s KGB handler is his domineering mother Eleanor, a ruthless power broker working with the Communists to execute a "palace coup d’état" to quietly overthrow the U.S. government, with her husband, McCarthy-esque Senator Johnny Iselin, as a puppet dictator. (Wikipedia.org)
Many writers, including Fritz Springmeier, believe that there are millions of people out there just waiting for their “activation” in order to create the chaos needed to allow “the powers that be” to impliment their final New World Order agenda: a totaltarian dictarship. Where we will be monitered, protected and secured into a prison of our own making. More on this frightening possibility will be discussed in a later article.
As talk of government officials’ protection increases and local leaders become more and more inaccessible, honest debate on the issues that effect us all will cease altogether and we will become a nation of followers instead of leaders, of cowards instead of heroes, and of slaves instead of free men.

Every breath you take
And every move you make
Every bond you break
Every step you take
I’ll be watching you

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