|Oscar Wildcat - 2015-10-02 |
THis was all over the news last night. I watched camera footage panning the crowd of students at the vigil. There was a young man in a tshirt whose back portrayed a shadowy figure with sunglasses and a big assault rifle pointed at you. The text of the shirt read: Don't be afraid when you see us. Be afraid when you do not see us. This was deemed perfectly acceptable to wear to a mass shooting vigil.
One student was interviewed and said: We've seen this in the news, and we trained for it to happen, but it was really something else when it was actually happening.
For the record, Oscar never trained to be assaulted by armed gunmen when he was a student.
Another student was interviewed who had been in a school shooting in primary school prior to this shooting at her college. She complained of her PTSD being restimulated.
|baleen - 2015-10-02 |
The best way for him to prove how much of a hoax all this false flag bullshit is to shoot a bunch of people.
When the story broke, my first thought was that some nutter shot up the school because Obama was gonna take his guns away.
|sasazuka - 2015-10-02 |
A follow-up video where the same guy calls the Douglas County Sheriff's Department to helpfully inform them that the shooting was a false flag hoax and that there were no victims.
He has a whole playlist of post-massacre phone calls he's made.
Shortened link to the "it's a false flag, there are no bodies" phone call playlist.
One of the phone calls (which I don't think is on that playlist) involves him getting angry that the police are putting their hands on other men's women.
|The Mothership - 2015-10-02 |
|Caminante Nocturno - 2015-10-02 |
I thought marijuana was supposed to calm you down, not wind you up?
(Dunno, I've never tried the stuff as I just don't have any interest in smoking anything, legal or otherwise. Closest I've come is second-hand smoke a couple of times, but it just gives me a headache worse than regular tobacco smoke.)
Two Jar Slave
Sasazuka: it depends on the strain of the plant (there are different kinds), and on the person reacting to it. Some people react in a hyperactive, hyper-focused way, while others relax. It's hard to predict.
|jangbones - 2015-10-02 |
what is the endgame of this disgusting trend of conspiracy lunatics?
what does this collection of vile people end up doing or accomplishing?
Endgame: a zen-like state of (un)reality where even their own existence is a hoax.
There is also a mantra you chant: Thanks Obama. Thanks Obama. Thanks Obama.
|dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-10-02 |
Nothing actually happens anymore, does it?
|Gmork - 2015-10-03 |
My Uncle Joe was the one who took the shooter down. What a crazy fucking world. He's always been the "cop relative".. now he's the "hero cop" relative. Go Kaneys.
Also he's a teacher at that college in his off-time.
Excuse me, "professor", not "teacher".
Really? Damn. Next time you see him, give him a hug from me.
I will. When I got the news i initially only heard that my uncle "was involved" and now I'm seeing news articles all over identifying my uncle Joe as the guy who took the shooter down. I'm just happy my uncle is still alive (and that he saved lives that day).
Congratulations to your uncle for preventing even more carnage, though, if he's interviewed on television anywhere, I'm sure you'll see a dozen conspiritard Youtube videos about how your uncle is really just a "crisis actor" and not an actual police officer.
gmork's uncle does not exist, he is a crisis actor named Harlan Mitchell who was flown in from Hoboken OBVIOUSLY
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