Originally published June 21 2015
Intelligent Americans reject media propaganda exploiting recent shooting to push political agenda
by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer
(NaturalNews) Struggling to make sense of the recent events that reportedly took place in Charleston, South Carolina, including how mainstream media outlets somehow knew both the age (21) and boots brand (Timberland) of the alleged shooter before they even knew his identity, intelligent Americans are now stepping up and actively questioning the potential motives and agenda behind this latest national calamity.
Commenting on various news pieces across the web, discerning individuals have begun asking honest and legitimate questions that nobody else seems willing to tackle amidst all the panic and irrationalism that often follows these types of incidents. Rather than jump on the "government, take our guns!" bandwagon, which seems to be the modus operandi in the aftermath of nearly every shooting, sensible individuals are asking more prudent things like:
• Why does the mainstream media keep changing its story about how Dylann Storm Roof allegedly obtained his gun?
• Why was there no sign of blood on Roof's clothing, which was the same clothing he was supposedly wearing in surveillance footage, when police apprehended him in Shelby, North Carolina?
• Why is Roof's relatively new Facebook page filled with "friends" of African American descent if he was supposedly a black-hating racist?
These and many other anomalies riddled throughout the official story are being largely ignored, while people who courageously address them are accused of being "insensitive" or "conspiracy theorists" simply for using their critical thinking skills. If we're all interested in seeking justice here, which surely nobody would deny, then these and other pertinent questions need to be asked -- and more importantly, they need to be answered.
Gun control, race-baiting, and anti-white hatred: Is the government-media machine intentionally trying to create chaos and social unrest? A recent article by The Post and Courier, a major Charleston newspaper, is filled with comments asking these types of questions. People are apparently tired of all the government deception -- and with so many holes forming in the official story, they want answers.
One commenter by the name of "David Quintana" wrote the following in response to the piece, suggesting that operatives within the government are using, or perhaps even planned, this event as a way to foment more racial tension and a possible "race war," as well as attempt to erase the Second Amendment by seizing people's guns:
"[O]k government a couple more these [sic] jobs and you'll get what you want."
Another commenter by the name of "Robert Denney" pointed out that many of these alleged shooters took psychoactive pharmaceutical pills and anti-depressants prior to committing mass murder, and that this almost never comes up during the "national discussion" that follows such events:
"Notice how they never mention the fact that most of these kook killers have been prescribed psychoactive anti-depressant pills? 'If you have suicidal thoughts, contact your doctor.' What about the homicidal thoughts? Does a homicidal maniac care about label directions? The MSM won't point out that these pills are causing emotionless killing, such as with the pilot who calmly flew his airplane into a mountain, because of all the drug company advertising money that they collect."
Or how about the injustice of biased reporting, with the mainstream media focusing only on alleged white-on-black crimes when black-on-white crimes happen all the time? Commenter "Edward Edwards" had this to say:
"'Acts like this have no place in our [country] and no place in a civilized society,' Lynch said[.] Then why didn't she or the Dept. of Justice come out and say the same thing when one of the hundreds of black on white mob attacks occur throughout the nation or one of the black on white murders happen that is obviously racially motivated?"
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