Since the awful events of Aurora, Colorado have played out media commentators have insisted that the massacre was the act of a single man. Yet what doesn’t make sense is how does a broke unemployed student afford to spend up to $20 000 and beyond on guns and ammo and even more interestingly how did a neuroscience major learn to booby trap his apartment with an intricate web of high grade explosives that took trained SWAT officials more than a day to detonate? To be blunt is this really the work of a one man or is there something else more sinister going on?
NaturalNews.com: How does an unemployed medical student afford all the complex weapons gear, bomb-making gear, “flammable” booby trap devices, ammunition, multiple magazines, bullet-proof vest, groin protection, ballistic helmet, SWAT uniform and all the rest of it?
A decent AR-15 rifle costs $1,000 or more all by itself. The shotgun and handgun might run another $800 total. Spare mags, sights, slings, and so on will run you at least another $1,000 across three firearms. The bullet-proof vest is easily another $800, and the cost of the bomb-making gear is anybody’s guess. With all the specialty body gear, ammunition, booby-trap devices and more, I’m guessing this is at least $20,000 in weapons and tactical gear, much of which is very difficult for civilians to get in the first place.”
Contemplates the examiner:
The argument is that this is a government ploy to bolster support for the upcoming U.N. vote on the “global small arms treaty” which could extrapolate to American citizens losing their right to bear arms.
Adams goes on to question why a shooter hellbent on “killing everyone” would so casually surrender to police then warn them of his booby-trapped apartment. Such a question implies a level of sanity in an otherwise deranged mind.
It might seem out of hand and just wishful thinking but there are certainly matters which are not holding up. As the examiner posits once again:
While it is easy to dismiss such conspiracy talk as mush-brained craziness, the truth is that governments around the globe have always participated in such convoluted schemes, and sacrificed their own people for an agenda. It just doesn’t happen in America. Or does it? The Kennedy assassinations, Watergate, Waco, Ruby Ridge, the recent Fast and Furious fiasco are all examples of recent government culpability. There are still many highly intelligent men and women who believe the U.S. government was complicit in the 9/11 attack. Certainly the speed with which the Bush administration pushed the Patriot Act through is proof enough that there was at least some culpability that day.
I also came across this thread of commentary via globeandmail that attempts to examine those questions. See what you think….?
Someone SUPPORTED this guy.
Over $20,000 in weapons, ammo and other paraphernalia – unemployed ?? .
Plus he ‘meekly’ surrendered to the cops behind the theater; plus he told the police his apartment was wired up. Someone out to kill as many as possible, doesn’t ‘surrender’.
Anyway, just some very ‘bizarre’ aspects. Studied ‘neuroscience’ – did he take some ‘drugs’ ? was he drugged by ??
There’s a conspiracy of sorts here, which of course MSM, won’t investigate.
So lemme get this right. The person is collecting unemployment. The person had zero military training. The person buys up all sorts of weapons and crafts all sorts of boooby traps that needed top notch experts to defuse. You don’t learn that on the internet and get it all right the first time.
Follow the money and demand security cameras or did the See Eye Ah already confiscate everything like they did at the hotels gas stations on the nine 11 attack at the Pent Agon? Mind control and hypnosis is what they do. Sirhan Sirhan remember him?
The timing is so perfect.
Gun-control advocates and the Obama administration are rushing to complete negotiations in New York on a proposed international agreement called the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty. The gun-control crowd’s strategy of trying to do through treaties what it cannot accomplish in America’s domestic political process.
It’s interesting to note that when Anders Breivik committed his senseless massacre I don’t recall people making sweeping condemnations about guns, Norwegian gun laws and gun access, or Norwegian people in general. Everyone, for the most part, correctly placed the blame and condemnation on Breivik.
But this most recent tragedy occurred in the US so naturally everyone needs to condemn inanimate objects (guns) and entities (the NRA, American gun laws and gun access, Republicans, American people in general) rather than the madman who committed this atrocity.
Another question that should be asked is how an unemployed student has the financial where-with-all to purchase $10-20k worth of weapon/bomb making material/and where did he learn to do all this? I don’t think a PHD student is sitting around playing Modern warfare.
Secondly, how did this kid no how to place highly sophisticated incendiary devices through out his apartment?
These need to be answered.