Loss of Children and False Flag Theory …
Has the loss of children become a reason to put fear into citizens to demand to eliminate the second amendment? Is there any truth to the ‘false flag theory’? The timing of school shootings coinciding with political campaigns and elections is so uncanny it makes me wonder if there is a strong power behind these massacres to sway votes and opinions of American citizens.
Has ‘dirty politics’ sunk so low that children must die for political gains to be achieved?
What horrible thoughts these are yet they won’t go away and there are more and more people all the time who are having the same thoughts. Meanwhile, the parents who lost their children in school shootings suffer shock, pain, anger, and unimaginable grief. How long will it take for them to find closure and heal, or will they ever be able to do so? They will forever mourn their loss. A loss like that can haunt one the rest of their lives.
Active Shooter Training
When officers take Active Shooter Training, are they not told that the safety of the children comes first? In the Uvalde case, as well as others, the officers put their own safety first. They did not want to get shot, so the children were executed instead by the shooter.
Some very unsettling articles have appeared recently.
11 People Were Killed in 48 Hours in Mass Shootings Across America per Josiah Bates at Time.
Mass shootings often coincide with political campaigns and just prior to elections.
How Anti-Gun Fury Could Boost Dems Running for Governor
This is just far too familiar, troubling, and downright scary!
It is NOT About Guns
Now, as with the aftermath of all mass shootings, it is the gun’s fault. When will politicians understand it is NOT about guns?!!! It is about unstable people who kill others. Rather than blame and ban guns, control needs to focus on whether or not a person is stable enough to own guns.
Every day in the year there comes some malice into the world, and where it comes from is no good place.
– Isabella Augusta, Lady Gregory (15 March 1852 – 22 May 1932)
What Lady Gregory said in her time is still true today.
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