Mass Shooting in CT Thoughts

My heart goes out to all the families who lost children, parents, and family members in the CT tragedy.  It seems as if there have been way too many of these this year.  It always seems like the people who commit these crimes were either mentally ill, or otherwise normal people who had their mind corrupted in some way, either by some kind of drug(s), or through some kind of mind control.  Those in the shadows who pull the strings have no empathy, and have no emotional consequences for their actions.  It’s all about manipulating the population through fear.  It’s just so sad that children are often casualties in this mind manipulation.  9/11 took so many freedoms away, and now all these mass shootings threaten to take more away, and the people will acquiesce to it, simply due to fear of the unknown.  But nothing can give those children’s lives back, and that’s the saddest part of it all.  I’m not saying this guy was mind controlled, but most mass shooters were in one way or another.  Here’s a story of one such instance of mind control that led to a man committing countless assassinations:

If this is possible, why not this mass shooter?  It just seems odd he’d kill people at an elementary school years after he had gone there, and just do it in such a robotic fashion, with no emotion whatsoever.  And, of course, he took his own life, so we’ll never have any answers…  That kind of reminds me of when those Navy Seals killed “Osama Bin Laden,” then burned his body at sea, under “Muslim tradition.”  What a load of crap.

The whole goal of these mass shootings is to put us in such a state of fear that we simply willingly give up our freedoms in the name of security.  If people knew that death was only an illusion, and that we become pure consciousness at death, then it would be impossible to scare us in any way possible.  If everyone knew that we are fundamentally safe no matter what, and that even death is not the end, but a new beginning, there would be no fear of it.  We’re all going to die eventually, and it could happen any time, any way, and if people don’t make peace with that fact, then the world will be ruled by fear and the control system.

Another sad day in America, but don’t let fear get the best of you.  Don’t act reactively, but proactively.

One thought on “Mass Shooting in CT Thoughts

  1. Create more gun-free zones, you’ll get higher death conuts. For the life of me, I don’t understand this type of statement. Here in Canada we have a firearm ownership rate of roughly 15% (1 out of 6 households own a gun), last year we had 170 homicides by shooting.In the US, where the ownership rate is closer to 45%, last year there were 8583 homicides by shooting.Anyway, I’m off to do my grocery shopping, and yes, I’m going to leave my door unlocked when I leave the house.

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