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The Sandy Hook gunman worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan, a former classmate revealed, as his childhood barber recalls Adam Lanza never spoke and would stare at the floor every time he had his hair cut.
Lanza’s worshiping page had the word ‘Devil’ written in red, Gothic-style letters against a black background, Trevor L. Todd told The National Enquirer, something which he said was ‘weird’ and ‘gave him the chills’.
The FBI are trying to piece together his smashed up hard drive to see if his online footprint will reveal any motive for the killing, but they strongly believe he made use of devil-worshiping and suicide sites and boasted of his murder plans on message forums....
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2250608/Adam-Lanzas-classmate-reveals-Sandy-Hook-gunman-online-devil-worshiping-page.htmlThe Sandy Hook gunman worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan, a... more
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(NaturalNews) What was the most deadly element involved in the mass murder of 12 people and the wounding of 58 others at the packed Aurora, Colo., theater premier of the newest "Batman" movie last summer?
Was it the AR-15-type weapon used by James Holmes? The shotgun he had with him? The handgun he used?
As it turns out it was probably a psychotropic medication he was most likely taking, a point raised by Natural News' Jon Rappoport in August, just weeks after the massacre.
Holmes had been treated by a psychiatrist
The Denver Post reported Jan. 7 that, according to newly released court papers, police removed a number of prescription medication bottles - four, to be exact - from Holmes' apartment shortly after clearing it of explosives in the days following the July 20 shootings. They also seized immunization records.
"The disclosures come in a back-and-forth between prosecutors and defense attorneys over whether those items should be subject to doctor-patient confidentiality. The judge ultimately ruled in October that prosecutors could keep the items," the paper said, adding that the names of the medications had been redacted from court documents.
This shouldn't come as a huge surprise to anyone who's been following the correlation between these dangerous psychotropic drugs and mass murder. After all, earlier reports confirmed that Holmes was indeed being seen by a psychiatrist [http://www.nytimes.com], so there's a better-than-average chance he, too, was on one of these dangerous medications.
The same is true in the most recent shooting tragedy. We know that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter, 20-year-old Adam Lanza, had psychological problems. We know, from what Louise Tambascio, a family friend of the shooter and his mother, told the CBS News program, "60 Minutes," that Lanza "was on medication and everything....I knew he was on medication, but that's all I know."
But what was he taking? What was Holmes taking? That we don't know - yet.
Like us David Kupelian, the managing editor for WorldNetDaily, is asking the right questions.
"It has been more than three weeks since the shooting. We know all about the guns he used, but what 'medication' may he have used?" he wrote shortly after the Lanza murders. "So, what is the truth? Where is the journalistic curiosity? Where is the follow-up? Where is the police report, the medical examiner's report, the interviews with his doctor and others?" writes David Kupelian at WorldNetDaily [http://www.wnd.com]
And yet the national debate, if you can call it that, is focused strictly on the gun control and the Second Amendment, as evidenced by Vice President Joe Biden's declaration that President Obama plans to use executive power to implement new gun control regulations via the federal agencies that fall under the Executive Branch, and New York Gov. Mario Cuomo's promise to enact in his state the country's toughest gun control laws.
As usual, though, the corporate media has failed in its role as watchdog and truth-seeker. It has been left to alternative news outlets like ours and a few others to ask those probing, important questions: What kind of drugs were Holmes and Lanza taking? Who prescribed them? And these questions: What are some of the side effects of those medications? Can such medications cause patients to become violent?
The medications-equals-violence link is well-established
Here's why it is vitally important for Americans to know what kind of medications Lanza and Holmes were taking - because of earlier, high-profile cases involving guns and psychotropic medications:
-- Columbine killer Eric Harris was taking Luvox which, like similar drugs Prozac and Zoloft are widely prescribed antidepressants called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs. Luvox manufacturer Solvay Pharmaceuticals admitted that every 1 in 25 patients taking the drug developed mania, a dangerous condition leaving the patient violence-prone.
-- Patrick Purdy went on a shooting rampage in a schoolyard in Stockton, Calif., in 1989, an incident that triggered the initial push to ban "assault weapons." Purdy, who killed five and wounded 30, had been taking the antidepressant Amitriptyline and the anti-psychotic drug Thorzine.
-- Fifteen-year-old Kip Kinkel killed his parents in 1998 then went to his school, Thurston High in Springfield, Ore., the next day and fired on his classmates, killing two and wounding 22 more. He was on Prozac and Ritalin.
There are many, many more examples, but you get the point: There exists a distinct link between psychotropic drugs and violence, yet virtually no one in the public policy realm or the media (both of which depend on Big Pharma for donations or advertising dollars) wants to talk about it.
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Published on Dec 19, 2012 Ben Swann takes a look at reports in alternative media that the fathers of Adam Lanza, the alleged Sandy Hook shooter and James Holmes, the alleged Colorado theater shooter were both supposed to testify in the Libor scandal
http://youtu.be/SdCTqY8TYIoPublished on Dec 19, 2012 Ben Swann takes a look at reports in alternative media that... more
As I see these faces, hear these voices, read these stories over and over again, I am not overcome by sadness, which would seem rational, I suppose. No, instead, I feel anger. I am angry that this could happen in the first place. I am angry that these innocent lives – children and adult alike (though admittedly the “children” aspect seems to add far more weight to the subject) – were taken at all, let alone in the manner of desperate anguish and unfathomable fear of which they must have experienced in their final moments, while at the hands of an individual whose empathy-less, fractured mind was allowed the means to do so.
http://www.onewhiteduck.com/2012/12/20/on-gun-control-fear-and-anger-square-off-against-lack-of-reason/As I see these faces, hear these voices, read these stories over and over again, I am... more
It is interesting to note that an updated picture of Adam Lanza was posted on Facebook. It was quickly removed. The sickly introverted kid of 13 was an athletic tattoed military fatigue wearing handsome kid of 20. The media is doing the same thing with Lanza as they did with Trayvon Martin.
WHERE IS THE PICTURE? ANYONE FIND IT?It is interesting to note that an updated picture of Adam Lanza was posted on... more
James Dobson, the founder of the social conservative Focus on the Family, joined Mike Huckabee and Bryan Fischer in blaming the shootings in Newtown, Conn., on Americans who have "turned our back on God," and embraced abortion and gay marriage.
Well, I respectfully disagree. While reading this tripe about this right-wing knuckle-dragger, a thought occurred to me: Why is it that whenever God unleashes his wrath, it's always onto his followers? Why does the hammer never fall on an Atheist? Why, if Atheists are so evil, does God never smite one of them? For that matter, why, if he hates homosexuals so vehemently, has God not simply condemned all of them to oblivion with a snap of his "all-mighty" fingers? Is he simply unable to do it? Why does the burden always fall upon those who are devoutly loyal to him to convince the rest of the world that they have suffered an incredible injustice because homosexuals, atheists and other assorted "evil" people exist? Why does he hide?
There is a man I know for whom I have zero respect. His name is Brian.
Continue reading here - http://www.superbious.com/Religious/article_107_Really-James-Dobson-blames-gays-abortion-for-shootings.htmlJames Dobson, the founder of the social conservative Focus on the Family, joined Mike... more
As more and more details emerge about the Sandy Hook tragedy, I find myself finding it physically difficult to click on the articles. Everything I read affects me more and more, and sometimes I just don't know if I can handle it. As a parent, reading that your nightmare actually happened to someone else is about the worst thing you can read. But I make myself do it, because ignoring the news is exactly how this happened. We need to feel sad and we need to feel outraged. Any significant change in history was caused by a group of outraged citizens, and we owe it to the twenty-seven victims to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Twenty five- and six-year-olds died, and I cannot accept that it was for nothing.
Gun control debates have been a hot topic ever since the shooting. While some people complained these debates are happening too soon after the incident, I disagree. It is never too soon to try to prevent a similar thing from happening. Do you think another disturbed individual will avoid shooting up a school, mall, or movie theater because it is "too soon?" The NRA Facebook page has gone dark, and the Discovery Channel has cancelled a show about a family in the gun business called "American Guns." A California senator has vowed to introduce a bill banning assault rifles when Congress comes back in session.
Right now, everyone is talking about guns. While gun control has always and will always be a popular debate, it is at the forefront right now. I am not a gun person; they scare me, I have never even held one, and hunting disgusts me. That being said, guns are necessary for hunting, and while I am not a fan of it, I also don't want to a hit a deer every two feet when driving. Since we have killed off most of their natural predators, man is the only way to keep their population in check. So, while hunting isn't for me personally, I am not against it. But why would anyone want to hunt with an assault rifle or other automatic weapon? Doesn't it kind of take the challenge out of hunting? You might as well blow up part of a forest and then go in and grab the deer carcass. It doesn't seem to require a whole lot of skill, and seeing as very few people are hunting for necessity anymore, I don't see the need for assault weapons. I also think there should be background checks and waiting periods, but in this case, it wouldn't have made a difference. His mother's guns were the ones used, and his mother didn't have any sort of criminal record. So, while a ban on automatic weapons would've made a difference, I don't feel like the gun control argument is really as important as the media is making it in preventing another tragedy of this magnitude.
http://www.superbious.com/Religious/article_105_God-vs-Mental-Illness.htmlAs more and more details emerge about the Sandy Hook tragedy, I find myself finding it... more
A racist comment by an Austin Noodle House owner has caused a firestorm of controversy, with one group demanding a boycott of the restaurant after Eddie Nimibutr responded to the Connecticut school shooting by remarking, “I don’t care if a bunch of white kids got killed.”
The full comment, posted on Nimibutr’s Facebook page, read, “I’m failing to give a damn about the CT shooting. I don’t care if a bunch of white kids got killed. F**k Post-Racial bullshit. When kids from minority groups get shot, nobody cares. When Israel launched missiles at the school on Gaza, everybody was too busy jerking off. Why should i care about people who dont give a damn about me? Personal responsibility, right?”
Thailand-born Nimibutr’s crass racism prompted a wave of complaints and a campaign to boycott his Thai Noodle House restaurant in Austin, Texas. Users of the Yelp service also flooded his establishment with one star reviews and negative comments.
However, Nimibutr was unrepentant, and followed up by lashing out at his critics with another missive in which he wrote, “If you don’t like me or my opinions, I suggest you to unfriend me and fuck off. I am pretty much sick of some people telling me what to think, how to think, or how to feel today, and if you don’t like my foods, fuck off and eat someplace else.”
Nimibutr has apparently now left Austin to escape the controversy, saying, “I think It’s time for me to get out of this city for awhile for a nice hike down south.”
Staff at the noodle house responded to calls by claiming that Nimibutr was not the owner of the restaurant, but others speculated this was probably an exercise in “damage control”. Nimibutr is listed as the owner in numerous business directories.
Full Story Here: http://www.infowars.com/noodle-house-owner-i-dont-care-if-a-bunch-of-white-kids-got-killed/A racist comment by an Austin Noodle House owner has caused a firestorm of... more