A tragedy is a tragedy indeed. So I would suspect you feel these tragedies have no outside influences. When you put pieces together, you'll see the truth and the patterns
I also suspect that many of you accept what you see as face value. You never question things, and you never look at it from a different angle.
Just to throw you all off for a minute... since you've all saw how the 2nd plane went into the building on 9-11, .. the cameraman on the ground
that happened to have his camera focused right at the building (the only filming of it's sharpness and clarity), right before the plane came into view, you heard the sound of a plane, but the camera just stayed focused to the building, not looking around to see where it's at, nor did he have to adjest his focus or such... and before you know it, bbammm, the plane slams into the building.
You are asking "Well what does that has to do with this?
". Well, if you look at the film closely enough, and go frame per frame, what was showed on the news is a plane appearing
then slaming in the building. If you look closely, the plane doesn't come from the other side of the building. It just appears. If any of you have any of them, look again, and you'll see it was fabricated on tv, and we all watched and believed with our own eyes.
Guess what though?.... the real man's name is exposed, and the investigations proved that he was paid to be there and film.. and when he got paid, he left the country, because he wasn't from here. And you can hear the FEMA
guy telling one of the news reporters to say something, and the reporter is asking him "Why do you want me to say that
If any of you look at the real, uncut, un news versions of that tragic day of 9-11, you'll see all the inside mistakes, and proof that the whole ordeal was scripted that day. And the special effects people that were doing the news feeds on the films, made plenty of mistakes that you can truly see, and it didn't come from the cameramen/women. But all of you have been trained and conditioned to believe what you see, and I'm sure you do, even if the news is actually showing it to you. you'll say it's real, because it was on the news.
Look how many people died then? Guess who's responsible for that too?.
My point is this. The news has become more and more manipulative with their reporting and their stories.
How do any of you know one of the victims weren't a target, but not to make it look at a target, get the rest of them?
How do you know the person didn't have anything to do with it? It's too obvious. it's too precise to be random.
And you all would like for me to believe that the person filming wouldn't dare take cover, hearing all those gun shots, being afraid that if he's spotted, out in the open like that that they would get him too. But then he follows them in the direction they're going, and then the camera faces to the ground, and then that was all of it.
and if it was important enough to break in on a scheduled program, they would have had the station on that report....
and it's so weird how they can confirm 30+ people already dead, yet the police aren't there, but the gunmen were, at the time they reported it. Who the heck could have counted that many people in the midst of all the chaos? Are you assuming the gunmen called the news and told them that they've just shot 30 people?
The whole thing is bogus, although people payed with their lives, just like many other incidents here in the US, and many people are used as the Patsy
Universities, elementary, colleges, are all government property, with a few schools as an exception.
Again, I do see that alot of you don't see the emerging pattern going on, and I suspect you don't want to know either. To each his own.
And lastly, when they broke the news on tv, they never mentioned the type of school, they just said the name of it and where it was at. But as usual, each news outlet will tell something different than another, and that's just to keep the public in a guessing game. No news station can all agree on the same thing they report. So, if it was a university, now I know.
We all have different views of things in life, and we all have different opinions of things. That's fine with me. Most of all, we all should have an open mind.
If you have forgotten about the past, you surely aren't prepared for the future.