Ok so after writing the above post, I was doing some follow up's on the killing sprees that have been happening, trying to track anything as to what is behind them, agenda's etc, I found an article about one of the killing sprees that I have been tracking. "No I have absolutely no fascination with killing sprees whatsoever," but I have been tracking them, because I had a hunch they would be increasing around this time, and a need to track what is behind them.
Anyways, I just found out that the most recent one with police officers, was a member of stormfront. Apparently he posted once, but that was enough to link him to the site, see how that works?
Anyways here are my thoughts on this, I was going to do two separate posts, and I am not sure that I shouldn't. Ok looks like I am doing two separate posts.
[quote]The Post-Gazette also mentions the website PrisonPlanet, run by radio talk show host Alex Jones, as a source for some of the stories which Poplawski found disturbing.
For example, last fall, that site ran an article, "U.S. Troops In Homeland 'Crowd Control' Patrols From October 1st," which claimed that "U.S. troops returning from duty in Iraq will be carrying out homeland patrols in America from October 1st in complete violation of Posse Comitatus for the purposes of helping with 'civil unrest and crowd control' – which could include dealing with unruly Americans after a complete economic collapse." However, the worldview which enabled Poplawski to bring those various complaints together into a single, global conspiracy theory appears to have come from far more extreme sources.
Poplawski had also posted pictures of himself at Stormfront, a white supremacist website whose slogan is "white pride worldwide." The discussion of the shootings at Stormfront, which began with speculations that the gunman would turn out to be "some non-white" or "a jew," then turned to suspicions that the recent rash of shootings is a "setup" to push through gun control legislation, has become oddly muted since the revelation that Poplawski appears to be one of theirs. [/quote]
I remember when the Montreal shooting happened and they used it to try to paint the goth community as evil and vampirefreaks as a site where these types of people regularly come from, ignoring the fact Kimveer Gill was a part of myspace was it? Anyways the goth community banned together, worked to tone down anything that would paint them in a negative light and they survived. They also had thousands of new sign up's in a matter of days, and there is no way to tell how many were informants, that are now a regular part of that community, keeping an eye and ear on it.
Anyways they survived in one sense, but they did have the spotlight pointed at them for some time.
Back to the shooting, I don't have enough details, but here are some of my thought.
Remember when those articles came out last year in the New York Times and ABC.com about Gang Stalking and I said that it looked like we would in the future get some kind of armed standoff with the police, maybe a shootout and the person would likely belong to a conspiracy site, well I think this might be it. I thought the guy arrested for uttering Obama threats might have been it, but that always seemed too light. Here is a link to my original post about that.
See at the time I thought the Stevie threat might have been it, but that seemed too mild to get laws passed. I was expecting something either a staged, where b where a legit conspiracy theorist was put into a situation of conflict the way they bait targets. See my quote below.
[quote]We were all or should have been waiting for an incident like this to happen, something to paint some member of the conspiracy community as crazy. I was personally expecting some kind of armed stand off, [/quote]
The guy who shoot 3 police officers, belonged to what most would consider to be an extremist website, and he was a conspiracy theorist, see kill two birds with one stone. I am not saying it was staged, but I have been looking out for something coming up, and this might be it.
Here is the story tell me what you think? Is this the one that will get the laws passed that will affect conspiracy sites, and extreme websites?
[quote]The unemployed twenty-two year old man who killed three Pittsburgh police officers and wounded two others in a four-hour shootout on Saturday morning had been heavily influenced by extremist conspiracy theories prior to the incident. [/quote]
This is the sort of thing that can paint conspiracy sites as extreme dangerous, mind you that conspiracy theories have been around for year, from aliens and secret government cover up's etc, but these conspiracy sites such as ATS and others might be painted in a new light. Anything that paints the government in an unflattering light would be prime targets.
I am not surprised by this, but what I would be watching for, and others should be watching for are laws, what will be the fallout, this should be a priority for conspiracy sites, and extremist sites.
Again please remember that the articles last year did everything in their power to paint Gang Stalking sites as either extreme communities or conspiracy websites, both labels were wrong, but what does truth matter when an agenda is at stake? Now we come full circle, and we have someone from an extremist website, who believed in conspiracies, let's the witch hunts begin. Oh
wait they already have.