Last Week in Gun Control Psyops… More Fear

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Ask yourself this: how much of what you see in “the news” in a given day is real?

Last week was an insane welcome to President Obama’s new gun control executive actions. To put it in perspective, let’s take a look at the week’s events which helped transition it.

The Week Before

On December 31st, outgoing Education Secretary Arne Duncan gave his last speech at St. Sabina’s in Chicago. He tearfully spoke of guns killing children throughout his tenure. In fact, the majority of his speech was about gun violence, not education (watch this). In his talk, he mirrored Obama’s frustration at the lack of meaningful gun control measures and reaffirmed that Obama has vowed to do everything he can in his remaining year as president to further this effort. Just as Obama has repeatedly done, Duncan praised Australia’s strict gun control policies, which many have called out as coming after the nation suffered a gun control false flag, as a “gift” to its nation’s youth.

Monday, Jan. 4th

Announcement was all over the news that Obama would be announcing his newest attack on the 2nd Amendment. The White House released a fact sheet on the new executive actions. Among these are:

  • a commitment to advancing “smart technology” including fingerprint scanners, RFID, and microstamping (research for which will be provided by the Dept. of Defense);
  • a $500 million investment in increased access to mental health care;
  • removal of HIPPA barriers to allow the Department of Health and Human Services to report “relevant information” about people who might be prohibited from owning a gun for mental health reasons;
  • and requiring a license for people engaged in the business of dealing firearms, which the White House says could mean as little as one or two transactions if other factors are present.

Tuesday, Jan. 5th

Obama gives a tearful press conference on his orders, tears which quickly become top headline everywhere. Most mainstream outlets start with lines like:

President Barack Obama paused to wipe away tears as he discussed the victims of 2012 Newtown shooting during a Tuesday morning press conference on his new executive actions aimed at curbing gun violence.

Just after he tears up and before everyone breaks into applause, Obama says, “and, by the way, it happens on the streets of Chicago every day.”

Ironically, 12 people were shot and killed in Chicago that same day, a city that has some of the nation’s strictest gun laws.

The same day, Hillary Clinton, who has also referenced Australia’s gun control in speeches and has said she will pass her own gun control executive orders if she becomes president, praised Obama, saying “I’m very proud of what the President called for this morning with his executive order. I was pleased because some of what he’d called for, I’d advocated for a couple months ago in the debates and in the campaign.”

Wednesday, Jan. 6th

The one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks. A man walks into a Paris police department wearing a fake suicide belt, wielding a meat clever, and yelling “Allahu Akbar”. He is promptly shot by cops.  Charlie Hebdo dominates headlines for the first time in a year.

And advisory panel at Umpqua Community College announces the building where a mass shooting of nine people happened back in October will be torn down and rebuilt completely. Employees return to work at at the site of the reported San Bernardino shooting, and the friend charged with buying a gun in the case pleads not guilty. Both shootings are refreshed all over the news for the public, along with the announcement that James Tracy, a prominent proponent of the Sandy Hook shooting hoax theory, has fired from his tenured position at Florida Atlantic University.

Via The New York Times:

Mr. Tracy has said the Newtown massacre may have been carried out by “crisis actors” employed by the Obama administration. Mr. Tracy’s ideas fall into part of a larger movement of Internet conspiracy theorists who believe the spate of mass murders have simply been staged by the government. A few of the theorists do not think the shootings took place at all.

So, along with the San Bernardino and Oregon mass shootings refreshed in the public’s minds, Sandy Hook is also back in the news…

Never mind the fact that none of the executive orders Obama just passed would have stopped any of these mass shootings, (which all took place in gun free zones by the way), from happening.

Thursday, Jan. 7th

The night of Obama’s CNN-hosted “Guns in America” town hall.

But before we get to that, it is reported an ISIS sympathizer named Edward Archer who had recently started hearing voices in his head and acting strangely, walked up to a Philadelphia police officer’s cruiser and opened fire on him with a stolen gun for seemingly no reason, shooting at the officer 11 times. The officer is hit in the arm three times and seriously wounded. Archer claimed he was “acting in the name of Islam,” and the Islamic State, although a leading Muslim advocacy group stated Archer “does not appear” to be an observant believer.

Philadelphia’s new mayor immediately called for federal gun control:

Jim Kenney, who is in his first week as mayor of the nation’s fifth largest city, said, “There are just too many guns on the streets and I think our national government needs to do something about that.”

Red State asks, “What is Kenney proposing? To disarm his police? Because that is the only way this could have been prevented.” Exactly. Because someone in possession of a stolen gun is obviously not someone that more gun control laws would have stopped.

Obama appears front and center at the gun control town hall meeting across from host Anderson Cooper. He awkwardly stutters through a direct question about gun control conspiracies that he is trying to disarm America that is unbelievable and tough to watch:

Obama attempts to laugh it off.

This comment from YouTuber rocketmunkey1 sums it up: “I love it when they pretend to oppose themselves to spark a false debate, it’s like when movies patronize their viewers by spelling out the plot in big capital letters with a contrived conversation between characters. I wonder if his awkward response is part of the script or just the fact he hasn’t got his auto-cue.”

…a highly publicized puppet show with a purpose…

Friday, Jan. 8th

To round out the week, a bizarre story takes over headlines about how a heavily armed man from North Dakota named Scott Stockert filled his car with guns and ammo (a 12-gauge pump shotgun and a bolt-action rifle, 289 rounds of .22 caliber long rifle bullets and 71 rounds of 12-gauge, not to mention a machete and a club) and drove to D.C. to kidnap the Obamas’ dog Bo.

Why? He’s apparently nuts. When Secret Service nabbed him, he claimed his name is Jesus and his parents are JFK and Marilyn Monroe… Stockert is a perfect way to round out the week’s gun control initiative, starring in Friday’s headlines as yet another dangerous, mentally ill man roaming the streets with far too much access to guns…

That same day, two refugees, a 23-year-old from Sacramento and a 23-year-old from Houston, were arrested for discussing weapons and training in Syria on social media.

Saturday, Jan. 9th

Finally, on Saturday it was reported that counter-terrorism officials began warning of a coming European 9/11:

“Unfortunately, I think 2015 was nothing,” a counter-terrorism official told AFP, adding: “We are moving towards a European 9/11: simultaneous attacks on the same day in several countries, several places. A very coordinated thing. We know the terrorists are working on this.”


Ask yourself this: how much of what you see in “the news” in a given day is real?

Do you think it is a coincidence that a president who has made the biggest gun control strides in the history of the nation has overseen the most mass shootings ever to occur in the history of that nation?

We live in a nation where the use of domestic propaganda against the American people has been officially legalized.

We live in a world where we rely five megacorporations for all the news and media that comes into our homes (and ultimately, our minds). Even though the Internet has opened the world up to us, and provided with instant communications, it has also insulated us, forced us to trust an untrustworthy, establishment media juggernaut for “news” on everything that is happening in our cities, our nation, and the world.

The script is being followed, its name, fear. “Be afraid, be afraid,” it screams daily, with the hope we will shake with fear and beg to hand over our rights in the name of that fear. Kinda makes you wonder who the real terrorists are, doesn’t it?

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  • Mike

    Here is an idea, mandate that everyone that is legally able to buy a gun, BUY A GUN.

    • otis cambell

      Sorry Mike, I respectfully disagree with you. I have dealt with 100’s of people who cannot chew gum & walk @ the same time. I do not want these morons owning a firearm. Now, If they choose to get one, their choice. But please, do not mandate that they do.

      • SP_88

        It is an unfortunate reality that there are many people who should not have a gun because they will shoot themselves or someone else with it. The people who drive for 7 miles down the interstate with their left blinker on while fumbling with their radio, the people who can’t boil a pot of water without burning it, the people who set their car on fire at the gas station because they thought it was a good idea to burn a spider with a cigarette lighter and the people who drive away from the gas station with the pump still in their car and they rip the hose off the gas pump and I could go on and on all day.
        But I don’t think that their stupidity is a good enough reason to infringe upon my rights. It is unavoidable that there will be some people who do irresponsible things and it costs someone their life. It happens every day. All we can do is try to teach people how to be safe with firearms as well as any other thing that can be dangerous like cars, knives, fire, electricity, etc. It’s better than the alternative, which is a government that controls everything we do like a state sponsored nanny.
        So I do see your point, and like you said, we should be the ones who make the choice, but we should also try to share our knowledge in the hope that people won’t do stupid things.

        • otis cambell

          Yes, every day I try to teach my men something. But, as in all walks of life, you just cannot fix stupid. I have done some very stupid things in my life, but I learned from them. Some…………… Cannot seem to figure that out.

          • Carl NH

            those ones are called liberals. bless your heart for trying to help the helpless.

          • SP_88

            I’m not immune to doing stupid things either. I’ve done stupid things before, things that I wouldn’t have done if I had thought about it first, even if only for a moment. But hopefully we learn from our mistakes. Unfortunately there are things that we cannot afford to learn the hard way. Firearms are one of those things. A mistake could cost someone their life, and regardless of whether we learn from it or not, it’s something that cannot be undone. That is the reason why we need to make sure that we know whether we should have a firearm or not. If somebody who is thinking about owning a firearm has the opportunity to handle a firearm and fire it a little and learn how to handle it safely and become familiar with it, perhaps by using a friend’s firearm, with them there of course, and learning from them, they will have the opportunity to decide if it is something that they feel comfortable with, and the person who is doing this with them will be able to tell if they are comfortable with them having a firearm as well and can help them make the decision. It’s better than someone just going to a store and buying a firearm and trying to figure out how it works by themselves and risking an accident.
            I think that if everyone had such an opportunity that more people would feel safer and more comfortable with a firearm and it would greatly reduce the chance of a negligent discharge and a possible injury or fatality. As it is, it can happen to anyone, even people who have been around firearms for years. It only takes a split second of not thinking or paying attention to have an accident. So if people develop good habits, like always checking the chamber to know if it is loaded, keeping their finger off the trigger until they are ready to fire, always point the barrel in a safe direction, always treat it as if it were loaded and don’t rely on the safety. The best safety is the operator of the firearm. These few habits will help prevent accidents even if there is a malfunction that causes the firearm to discharge unexpectedly. If the barrel is pointed in a safe direction, an unintended discharge will not hit anyone. And reducing these accidents will help to prevent these bad reputations from spreading around and giving these gun grabbers something to use against private firearm ownership.
            I’m all for the 2nd amendment, but people need to learn how to be safe with them. Fortunately there are not a lot of accidental/negligent shooting incidents, but there shouldn’t be any.
            I honestly don’t know how to solve the problem of deciding who should have a firearm and who shouldn’t without infringing on our rights, but I guess the best thing we can do is to try and help each other to make good choices. It’s inevitable that some people who are just not smart are going to end up with a gun and do something stupid. Hopefully there will be someone there to make sure that everyone is safe and hopefully nobody will get hurt. Because it’s almost always someone else who ends up getting shot when someone does something stupid.

      • Mike

        That may be true, but buying one and using one are two different things.

      • none

        I think he is referring to the return on an investment? During the Clinton gun ban, the price of magazines tripled! Along with the price of some riffles?
        But silver should still outperform firearms.

        • otis cambell

          Lead rules.

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  • Helix Powers

    Anything is possible in this life, its just people have become so consumed with talk….. you know what sounds good, that most Americans are starting to look like whores caught up in some kind of pimp game.

    Obamas the smooth talking sensitive looking guy that pulls a tear out of his eye but the entire time he’s running some serious game on the public. He’s playing alot of people for the fools that they are.

    This shit isnt innocent at all, its very disturbing and unfortunatley he was taught by the best swindlers in American politics.

    • Reverend Draco

      It’s almost like he’s a fan of the movie Paper Moon.

      There’s not an iota of innocence involved – this is a cold-eyed, cynical, premeditated assault on each and every of us.
      Can we start defending ourselves now?

      • Helix Powers

        Think of it like a game of chess if we start defending ourselves now we would only be fighting pawns and knights, these people take oaths to defend their fascists leaders. It would take a hell of a lot of strategy and trust among the people.

        Americans would have to set aside their differences and unite. Anything is possible but in the meantime prepare for the worst……I mean who really wants to think about shit like this? I’d rather just have goals and work hard to achieve them;however, that type of thinking seems to be a threat to tyranny.

        Stay strong all of you.

    • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

      Obama didn’t pull that tear out of his eye…

  • Right to the Point

    “Friday, Jan. 8th

    To round out the week, a bizarre story takes over headlines about how a heavily armed man from North Dakota named Scott Stockert filled his car with guns and ammo (a 12-gauge pump shotgun and a bolt-action rifle, 289 rounds of .22 caliber long rifle bullets and 71 rounds of 12-gauge, not to mention a machete and a club) and drove to D.C. to kidnap the Obamas’ dog Bo.”
    This one activated my spidey senses….

  • traveler25

    Buy as many guns as you can carry, that should be the law!

    • Reverend Draco

      If “Healthcare is a right,” means that everyone gets free/subsidized healthcare. . . .
      Keeping and bearing arms is also a right – so, free/subsidized arms for everyone.

      Consistency, people – consistency.

  • RandyJ/ProudSurvivor

    There’s a very simple formula to use when trying to decide if the government wants to take your guns. When they talk about gun control and when they don’t talk about it. It really is that simple.

  • nathaniel haraden

    O’s orders will not prevent the next mass shooting, but they do set the table for taking a shot at total confiscation when the next false, er mass shooting inevitably takes place.

  • ccambridge

    Obama sucks as president and an actor

  • SP_88

    I don’t think that the growing number of gun owners believe that the president has our safety in mind. I believe that they are right to think that this is nothing short of an incremental agenda that is designed to end with total gun confiscation. Obama has been judged not by his words or his crocodile tears, but by his actions. Actions that have no logical conclusion other than confiscation. If stopping gun crime was the true agenda, they could easily accomplish that with the laws we already have. He should not be surprised at our lack of trust in his agenda after all the lies and misinformation coming from this administration. They have lost all credibility with gun owners because of their dishonesty.
    They will either lose the fight for more gun control laws, or they will force the people into a situation where their only recourse is civil disobedience and a refusal to comply with these unconstitutional laws and executive orders. Either way, the people will not give up their right to keep and bear arms. The government will eventually be forced to give up their agenda to disarm Americans, or they will be foolish enough to try and take the guns by force, which could start a revolution.
    The choice is theirs. I hope they choose wisely.

  • Garry Best

    Cheers Darkwing! You are so right. A gun is a tool. Just like a vacuum cleaner or a broom. They won’t clean the floor by themselves. All tools need a person to use them. Guns don’t kill people. A person can kill a man by hitting him over the head with a broom. People kill people!