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30 Global News Events The Batman Massacre Allows The American Media To Ignore

by Baran Hines, WTFN

The essence of the infor­ma­tion war is the timely inter­jec­tion, dis­tor­tion or omis­sion of news events. Reports can min­i­mize, omit or basi­cally bury key news sto­ries that require analy­sis while mag­ni­fy­ing oth­ers which are of lesser impor­tance to the keen, ana­lyt­i­cal mind.

While the Bat­man mas­sacre is tragic, the buzz in the so called alter­na­tive media cir­cle is cen­tered around the litany of ongo­ing sto­ries that will be sti­fled in the week to come by the main­stream media’s focus on the Aurora, CO shoot­ing. Beyond that, the analy­sis you read here is not all pre­sented as 100% fact, some con­clu­sions are pre­sented in light of other evi­dence, and where noted, some are spec­u­la­tive based on edu­cated the­ory. In this era of total media bom­bard­ment, to the point of over­load, some events have to be con­sid­ered beyond just what is con­firmed in print or on video and must be eval­u­ated in the full con­text of pos­si­ble human behav­ior.

1. The Amer­i­can Oppo­si­tion To The UN Arms Trade Treaty (AKA Small Arms Treaty)

This meme cir­cu­lat­ing Face­book that com­ments on the highly sus­pi­cious tim­ing of this hor­rific event really should put it in per­spec­tive how fishy things are about to get.

The con­tro­versy is brew­ing over wide spec­u­la­tion that this was a false flag “ter­ror” event and mas­sive psy­cho­log­i­cal oper­a­tion, not just directed at the Amer­i­can ppl, but the sen­ti­ment towards America’s guns around the world.

If you are new to this realm of news, in short, that last sen­tence means this event may have been planned and exe­cuted by peo­ple with an agenda, pos­si­bly with ties to or within gov­ern­ment and/or intel­li­gence agen­cies. The sug­ges­tion of this may be repul­sive to you, but there is a long his­tory of staged ter­ror by gov­ern­ments.

Analy­sis of the tell-tale signs of a seem­ingly staged event can be found at Nat­ural News and Infowars, among other sites. For the sake of brevity in this arti­cle, we encour­age you to read those break­downs. We are just briefly pars­ing the cor­re­la­tion and tim­ing of this event with the road­blocks in the way of the UN treaty.

Does this look like some­thing a broke PhD stu­dent could afford?

First, con­sider the large scale oppo­si­tion in Amer­ica to an inter­na­tional shred­ding of the Sec­ond Amend­ment that crys­tal­lized when 130 law­mak­ers sent a signed let­ter to Pres­i­dent Obama express­ing seri­ous con­cern. Since then, many main­stream news out­lets like Forbes and the DC Exam­iner have expressed con­cern in the “fine print” as stated by the Examiner’s Dave Work­man. Even the some­times news “man­u­fac­tur­ers” over at Fox News are increas­ingly con­cerned by this. Alex Jones remarked Sun­day that every­thing else aside, one unde­ni­able fact is that recently there has been heavy cov­er­age of the Sec­ond Amend­ment issues cre­ated by this UN treaty prior to the Aurora, Col­orado shoot­ing. The Her­itage Foun­da­tion noted the treaty would affect “Legally Owned Weapons” back in June despite UN efforts to dis­pel Sec­ond Amend­ment fears with it’s “Myths and facts”. They even went as far to say watch out for “U.S. taxpayer-funded funded U.N. pro­pa­ganda in a news­pa­per near you”, in the same arti­cle.

The most obvi­ous con­cern in alter­na­tive media is the way the Bat­man mas­sacre will be exploited by the New World Order, glob­al­ists or oth­ers that fur­ther their cause, or sim­ply those that want to elim­i­nate guns for the masses, but not for their own secu­rity. This hyp­o­crit­i­cal nar­ra­tive is one often over­looked by sup­port­ers of var­i­ous lev­els of added gun reg­u­la­tion or out­right bans. The glob­al­ists are experts at this kind of manip­u­la­tion of pub­lic opin­ion. Many are attracted by the “promise” of increased safety, but the pic­ture below should give you pause for con­cern. It had been cir­cu­lat­ing the inter­net on Face­book and alter­na­tive media cir­cles prior to the Bat­man mas­sacre.

This arti­cle high­lights the var­i­ous ele­ments of this treaty includ­ing bans, con­fis­ca­tion and other restric­tions, with fur­ther analy­sis here. Gun destruc­tion is another real­ity occur­ring that would expand, see the 600 small arms and light weapons recently destroyed in Ivory Coast in the wake of ongo­ing polit­i­cal tur­moil being “fixed” by UN inter­ven­tion. Dis­arm­ing the peo­ple is another ben­e­fit of a glob­al­ist occu­pa­tion of coun­tries now (Sound like an Amer­i­can future?).

In this charged atmos­phere, extreme things are said and put into action and maybe it’s impor­tant to keep these themes and memes in mind?

2. The Post-Batman Mas­sacre ram­page by Ana­heim, CA police that you haven’t heard about

While the media cir­cled around the Bat­man mas­sacre, Ana­heim PD responded to a call which led to a foot chase and even­tual shoot­ing of the sus­pect. The neigh­bor­hood was out­raged upon learn­ing the details and began to protest, some reports say they began to get vio­lent, allegedly sur­round­ing the offi­cers try­ing to fin­ish the crime scene inves­ti­ga­tion.

The way it sounds, both police and res­i­dents were out of hand. This occurred in a high minor­ity area where there is a tense rela­tion­ship between them and the police and was made worse by the ques­tion­able cir­cum­stances of the shoot­ing. The con­tro­versy is mainly over the indis­crim­i­nant fir­ing into the crowd which included numer­ous chil­dren. Numer­ous pro­test­ers raised their shirts to reveal welts from “non-lethal” rub­ber bul­let rounds and pep­per balls.

There are con­flict­ing reports of what hap­pened, reports say the crowd had vary­ing lev­els of dis­or­derly cit­i­zens. NBC LA reports some wreck­less police actions includ­ing a police dog get­ting out of a squad that attacked a stroller with an infant and then a bystander who was “mauled” while sav­ing the infant. They also report dis­crep­an­cies in the crowd actions com­pared to other reports and pos­si­bly mis­con­duct regard­ing the shoot­ing of the sus­pect.

“He was shot first in the back,” she told NBC4 through tears. “He was down. Then they shot him the sec­ond time. Then they shot him in the head.“

Other reports men­tion he was shot in the but­tocks and then “struck in the head“

Then con­sider this from the LA Times

“After the shoot­ing, and while police were inves­ti­gat­ing the inci­dent, Dunn said a group of peo­ple encir­cled the offi­cers and began throw­ing things, includ­ing bot­tles and pos­si­bly rocks, at them.
Police used non-lethal rounds and pep­per balls on the crowd, Dunn said, and at least one per­son was detained.
One har­row­ing moment was when a police dog some­how got free from an officer’s car and went at sev­eral peo­ple. Dunn said it was unclear if any­one had been bit­ten or injured. “The offi­cer was quickly able to get the dog back into the vehi­cle,” Dunn said.”

That reads very dif­fer­ent from the NBC LA story and even the mid­dle of the road ABC story. There’s reports of peo­ple lin­ing the streets with trash cans, set­ting dump­sters on fire, even throw­ing a mat­tress on the debris pile. Those reports couldn’t all be con­firmed, even with video of the events.

It seems appar­ent also from this video that the crowd of pro­test­ers weren’t exactly angels. It’s rea­son­able to assume that in a large crowd, there will be at least one insti­ga­tor or even idiot. There may be a per­son that sim­ply makes a bad choice to throw some­thing, it’s just the law of aver­ages and ran­dom dis­tri­b­u­tion.

The police chief was quoted as say­ing “Trans­parency is essen­tial. What­ever the truth is, we will own it.” With that said, what’s more alarm­ing pos­si­bly is the report from the Raw Story.

Accord­ing to reporter Jay Jack­son, dozens of peo­ple were film­ing the event with their cell­phones, and four dif­fer­ent peo­ple told him “that police offi­cers offered to buy their video from them with­out any explanation.”

If that’s true, it’s trou­bling since there should be no rea­son to buy the videos. What­ever the videos show will not change, short of some­thing extra­or­di­nary, so what­ever hap­pens to the video should be ok with the police depart­ment. When the tape even­tu­ally comes out, it should par­al­lel the inves­ti­ga­tion, again, leav­ing no rea­son to attempt to buy the videos. So why attempt to buy it? The ulti­mate point is that one arti­cle or news report gen­er­ally will not give you enough info to form a con­sen­sus. If one really wants to know what hap­pened, one must con­sider all angles, ask rea­son­able and some­times seem­ingly unrea­son­able ques­tions.

3. The Mid­dle East is a pow­der keg more than ever as WW3 looms, pos­si­bly begin­ning in Syria:

Read the rest at this link.

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