I just received the below from MoveOn, as some of you surely have, too. In this environment of deception and false-flag attacks, one wonders whether the guy who did this was really just a random disturbed individual or one of the mind-controlled patsies who have apparently committed many (if not all) of the terrible killings (attempted and successful) that we're all aware of here.
Notice that MoveOn's thrust here is gun control ("Mayors against illegal guns"), and we know that disarming the citizenry has been an aim of authoritarian regimes for a long time. Also, MoveOn is an organ of one of the two arms of the One Party -- Democrat -- which is heavily supported by that geat humanitarian and compassionate visionary ( ) George Soros. His face rivals Dick Cheney's in the radiation of love and virtue. (Sorry, just giving my black-humor muscle a little exercise today.)
In any case, this Colorado tragedy gives one (me, anyhow) pause to consider whether the London Olympics are going to be the stage for another (maybe the last) big false-flag terrorist attack by the Elite before Dec., 2012, to horrify us all into the sheep pen of One World Govt. Disclaimer: There's no intent on my part to reawaken fear and negativity, just airing possibilities so we aren't blindsided, just in case... In fact, if we know that this could happen, we can meditate, pray, and in whatever way send positive energy so that the games go on peacefully..
The topic of the London Olympics as a possible 9/11 platform has been raised here already, given the incredibly lame and shoddy security preparations that have been underway there:
Dear MoveOn member,
We all woke up to the tragic news of the killing of at least 12 people and the wounding of many more at a late-night screening of the new Batman movie in Colorado.
Reports indicate that the disturbed individual who committed this horrifying act had a bulletproof vest, used some kind of gas canister, and had multiple guns when he opened fire in the crowded theater.1 A three-month-old is among the injured.2
We are immeasurably sad for those who lost their lives, those wounded, and their families—and for all those who experienced the horror of those terrible moments. Let our thoughts and prayers go out to them today.
We're also so angry. From children's lives lost in school shootings, to Trayvon Martin, the Representative Gabrielle Giffords attack, and this latest slaughter of innocents, we are not safe from gun violence.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns has been campaigning to put a stop to senseless gun violence like this with commonsense measures, like fixing gun checks to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people. They've started a petition in SignOn.org to demand action on ending gun violence.
Sadly, it often takes moments like these to bring politicians to their senses about guns. And while signing a petition seems so inadequate in the face of what happened last night, it's important to do what we can. Today that means taking a small step toward preventing this kind of tragedy from happening again.
The people who died at the Colorado theater last night are only 12 of the 34 people statistics tell us will die from gun violence today—and among 19,000 murdered with guns since the attack on Representative Giffords in Tuscon.3
And yet today isn't about statistics. It's about the pain of human loss—the loss suffered by the community of Aurora, Colorado. And the losses to gun violence suffered today and every day by other communities, whose tragic stories won't be covered on the news.
It's in the power of Congress to greatly reduce these senseless shootings and make tragedies like today's far less possible. They can start by enacting commonsense measures, like fixing giant loopholes in gun checks, that are supported by the vast majority of Americans—including gun owners.4
Let our anger today help give them the courage to act tomorrow.
The strength and support we draw from our friends, families, and communities are never more important than on days like today.
Thanks for all you do.
–Justin, Robin, Ryan, Elena, and the rest of the team
1. "Gunman turns movie into surreal horror: 'This is real,'" CNN, July 20, 2012
2. "Gunman turns Batman screening into real-life 'horror film,'" CNN, July 20, 2012
3. "Background Checks," Mayors Against Illegal Guns, accessed July 20, 2012
4. "Poll: Majority Of Americans, Including Gun Owners, Support Tougher Restrictions," The Huffington Post, January 18, 2011
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