Sikh Temple Shooting Fits A Pattern?

Cryptogon.com has put together several striking things about the Sikh temple shooting, including the killer’s background in Army psyops and one of the victim’s apparent connection to UFO research ( are we being prepped here?). [August 9: I understand the psyops background is very sketchy and short-lived, but even so, it's very curious].

Natural Society has a piece about the possible influence of  SSRI drugs (Selective Serotonin Re-Uptake Inhibitors) and a list of shootings in which they were involved.

I will just add that the Virginia Tech shooting (about which I’ve blogged extensively)  showed considerable evidence of both psyop/mindcontrol research and SSRI’s.

I will also point out that if you were to buy the notion that this was somehow staged in some way, then you would get this:

London Olympics (with its “Zion” logo controversy and incredible militarization and surveillance)

= Domination of the world

Mars Expedition = Domination of outer space (maybe we’re going to be introduced to some creatures from outer space, happily in coincidence with various hyped accounts of “end times”?)

Multiple apparent psyops being staged world-wide = Domination of “inner space”

India outage: Based on some circumstantial evidence, this will be used to help push for climate-control related technology, while also helping the push for increased surveillance.

Colorado and Sikh temple shooting: Intended to ramp up surveillance and control of “hate” speech here; possibly provoke racial feelings.

Domination of  world + control of psyche + control of outer space = Full Spectrum Dominance ( goal of the neo-conservative PNAC).

Is that just a gorgeous synchronicity?

Or have I come unhinged?

Take your pick.

And with that, I’m going to disappear for a while. ….until I have more time.

Meanwhile, keep your head down and your money in your shoes.

17 thoughts on “Sikh Temple Shooting Fits A Pattern?

  1. And with that, I’m going to disappear for a while. ….until I have more time.
    Meanwhile, keep your head down and your money in your shoes.

    Good idea and excellent advise. Seguro viaje!

  2. Yep.

    Not that one knows where to vanish at this point.
    The globalists have their tentacles in every corner of the world.

    Hope your corner of the world is holding up.

  3. Welcome back and sorry to see you go again. But, we all have limited time.

    The fact that the guy has a public psyops connection is striking, and it tells me that they want to flaunt it right in our face.

    The alleged 1998 discharge may be real or may be a “sheep-dip,” just like Gulf vet Timothy McVeigh’s alleged “early discharge” from the Army which was really a cover for induction into Special Forces.

    As far as I know, Psyops is not in itself a secret, even though at the higher end, it can employ secret weapons and tactics. However, the fact that his Psyops service is being paraded before us may be symbolically significant. It may in fact be designed to intimidate. “Ha ha, look, we’re doing this OPENLY, right in your face — and you are powerless to do anything about it.”

    PsyOps moved beyond battlefield leafleting and loudspeak propaganda a long time ago. Even in the ’90s it was encompassing “non-lethal weaponry” — and of that, they’ve only told us about the milder and less exotic technologies.

    Walter Bowart’s “Operation Mind Control” extensively quotes a military journal article written by Army Lt. Col Michael Aquino, then a commander in psyops (also perhaps the most famous military satanist & founder of Temple of Set), who discussed electromagnetic ways to screw with the enemy’s body and mind, including inserting voices and thoughts into the mind. He wrote about the technologies as proven and operational, not experimental. That was back in 1977.

    (By now, one can easily find the 1978 edition of OMC online, and probably the entire Aquino paper has been posted as well. If anybody would like a hard copy version of the 1994 revised Researchers Edition — which seems not to exist online — I could probably help them get one.)

    SSRIs, of course, are another possible explanation. Whether by mind control or by drugs (which were the original tools of MK-ULTRA: “Pain-drug-sex” was the trinity), the government is responsible because it approves, subsidizes, pushes, and protects the patent monopolies for all these drugs.


    London Olympics (with its “Zion” logo controversy and incredible militarization and surveillance)

    = Domination of the world

    Did you happen to see the redcoat commercial? How’d you like a British Royal Guard standing in your kitchen?

    Colorado and Sikh temple shooting: Intended to ramp up surveillance and control of “hate” speech here; possibly provoke racial feelings.

    Also chance for Eric Holder to wriggle out from under Fast & Furious scrutiny, denounce “hate,” and pose sanctimoniously as “reconciler.”

  4. @JayLib
    Sorry. Blog got suspended for a wave of spam after this post and your comment and my response got deleted.

    @Da99
    Your response to JayLib got deleted as well. Can you repost please, if you remember it? It was about the psyop angle and the PE finding it hilarious to flaunt it.

  5. Sure, Lila:

    Someone w/ ex-military background publicly kills people resulting in the govt benefiting? Oswald, McVeigh, and now Page.

    Most people would never think of a false flag attack being committed by the US govt on US soil. (Americans are pretty naive. They will assume it has just a “bad apple”.) So it is clever to choose someone ex-military. They could have gotten plenty of semi-homeless Iraq-war vets to do it, but instead they chose a former PsyOps. Granted, he was an ex-paper pusher as one commenter here said, but JayLib could be on to something. If soldiers in Iraq go around in trucks taunting little children w/ bottled water, then who knows the sense of humor among the false flag puppet masters.

  6. Thanks Da99

    Now what do you think of the Brandon Raub “arrest” case?

    At this point, it looks like a lot of hyperventilating by the media…which as usual, takes everything at face-value.

    Most of the media, even the alternatives, don’t seem to do the slightest legwork. They just repeat what they read.

    1. Raub was not arrested (FBI and police deny any arrest). He was detained involuntarily.

    2. It has nothing to do with the NDAA.

    3. It has everything to do with the extremist threat monitoring about which I posted in 2010, which puts patriot groups (right-wing anti-government groups) at the top of perceived threats to the peace.

    Ex marines/military have gone on shooting sprees, several time – whether staged or not.
    (fits profile)

    4. Returning vets suffering from PTSD are a potential threat (possible trigger)

    5. Raub posted on facebook over a lengthy time-period material that most people would regard as threatening (“sharpening an ax” “I’m coming for the Generals”, “the revolution is here,” etc) and he did it against a picture of himself with a gun.
    (expressing physical threats publicly)

    6. He is a highly decorated ex- Marine.
    (The threats could be actualized. He knows how to shoot those things).

    7. He is affiliated to a liberty group dedicated to fighting the government.
    (He has an organization)

    8. After Colorado and the Sikh temple shooting, public criticism would be swift if the man really did end up doing something bad, and the cops hadn’t flagged him.

    So, yes, the police state is beyond reason.

    But, in this case, I for one think Raub crossed the thresh-hold.
    He did something that warranted investigation.
    In my opinion, however, someone could just have given him a call and talked to him, instead of carting him off to a psych hospital.

    But perhaps there’s more going on that we don’t know.
    He was also posting on 9-11…..

  7. I also have to correct myself: Page may just have been some poor vets w/problems and not connected to false flag operations. My main concern with the shootings is how they are happening around some truly disturbing actions by the US govt.

    I would not be able to add anything beyond speculation and questions regarding Raub. The work you do is extremely important, but my interests go in a different direction. Right now, I\’m much more freaked out by these things happening closely together:

    * Holmes’ questionable financing: http://lewrockwell.com/yk/batman-shooting-coverup.html
    * the SS Admin and national fisheries law enforcement bureaucracy trying to hollow point bullets, most likely for the DHS.
    * An economic depression might actually get people to finally get angry and fight the govt. People get angry w/o their mortage bailouts and welfare checks.
    * local police militarized since GWB\’s reign. You even see it on cable reality shows: local police from SMALL towns buying up custom made sniper rifles.
    * trillion dollar deficits.
    * a US stock market going up when Europe is going into another recession.
    * etc. etc. etc.

    Let’s not forget these:
    * fall of the Soviet Union led to a US policy of preventing any other nation-state from being #1 in the imperial games.
    * 10 days after-9/11: Wesley Clark’s being told about Somalia, Libya, Syria, Iran, etc. A policy that has been ruthlessly enforced by both political parties, regardless of the state of the economy.

    If this were any other country, people would be calling you and say, “Lila, that place is too crazy. You should leave. A billion hollow-point bullets?! More than two for each person in the US! Go to Canada. It’s saner.”

    Feel free to correct me. I post things not to shoot my mouth off, but to have smart people (like you and your audience) correct me.

  8. That is truly weird.
    A BILLION bullets?
    But you know, there’s the commercial angle. You shouldn’t automatically assume that there’s an intention to use them, at least, not at the level that you’re freaking out about.

    This is more like a boondoggle. I mean, this stuff makes money. After all, if you can sell a million bullets to the government, why not a billion?

    It’s welfare for the military industrial complex rather than apocalypse now.

  9. Sorry about that: I’m meant freaking out John McEnroe-style, not Mad-Max-style. E.g.: “Oh c’mon! Another war?! Iran is not a threat. Haven’t we learned anything from Iraq and Afghanistan? Are Americans this stupid?!” *throwing tennis racket*

    However, I kept suspecting part of the militarization and public disarming was for “just in case” a war with Iran erupted: resulting in econ. troubles and riots. That is the worse case scenario I was talking about. Not collapse of civilization. Sorry for the confusion :(

    Nevertheless, the pork and waste angle is calming. It’s a bit odd for the DHS to hide their purchases using the SS Admin and the NOAA, but it makes much more sense they are wasteful and incompetent. Especially to allow the SS Admin to post the request publicly:
    * https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&mode=form&id=6c39a2a9f00a10187a1432388a3301e5&tab=core&_cview=0&fb_source=message
    * http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/08/17/agencies-tamp-down-speculation-over-hollow-point-ammo-purchases/
    * http://rt.com/usa/news/social-security-request-bullets-968/

    I mean, if they were really planning something they would get Xe to buy the bullets “privately” (ie secretly) and then hand them over to the DHS when the time arose. I’ve haven’t seen anything like that. Mostly, just public quotes for ammunition. Nothing to suggest secrecy.

    And the DHS UASI grants for tanks and armoured personnel carriers are most likely to waste money by letting the local cops play Rambo and Patton:
    * http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/02/16/police-tank-purchase-new-hampshire_n_1279983.html
    * http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/07/03/1105732/-UC-Berkeley-Purchases-Armored-Personnel-Carrier
    * http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/12/20/local-cops-ready-for-war-with-homeland-security-funded-military-weapons.html

    It’s kinda funny too. All those cops pretending to be in urban warfare. Most Americans would rather spend their money on a new car or drugs than buy a gun. So it’s not like cops have anything to worry about. It’s like Barney Fife preparing for a Communist insurrention of Mayberry.

  10. @Da99

    from the dailybeast article:

    “Law enforcement officials say the armored vehicles, assault weapons, and combat uniforms used by their officers provide a public safety benefit beyond their advertised capabilities, creating a sort of “shock and awe” experience they hope will encourage suspects to surrender more quickly.”

    Intimidation of the population is the second reason.
    Psychological control.

    So,

    1. Welfare for military contractors

    2. Intimidation of the population

    I have a hunch about a third motivation, but I will save that for an article..

  11. Ouch. I missed that one. Thanks for pointing that out.

    Thanks again for taking time to respond to my naive views and speculation. Good luck w/ the tech issues and spam. It’s a shame we’re in the 21st century and things still are hard to make work 100% of the time. I still remember people talking about how hard it was to set the VCR clock. It would just flash 12:00 over and over.

  12. Well, I’m having tech issues too. I just decided to ditch the colossal bug known as Windows Vista after it crashed one time too many. Yeah, I know: what took me so long? But at least I didn’t pay money for it –former job gave me this laptop pre-fouled with the stinky software, and I just patiently kept trying to make it work, I guess.

    I’m finally heeding the advice of my geekier friends and fleeing to the relative safety of Linux. Right now I’m trying out an Ubuntu CD, which so far is pretty nice. I’d like to try Mepis also.

    I will only add, there’s another reason for the feds giving all the fancy military gear to local police: control! After the strings are attached, they then become units of the federal police.

    Even my local township now has several shiny new police vehicles marked “Homeland Security.”

  13. More about Page: Just like Timothy McVeigh, note how media all want to seize upon and blame the “right-wing” connection, yet nobody blames the more obvious connection to the extremely violent and dangerous gang known as the U.S. military.

  14. Yes. But I still think the Raub business is staged.

    Yes, the military is dangerous, but I think if you want to convince people comparing govt to a criminal gang isn’t enough.

    There are no criminal gangs that are restrained – theoretically – like the military, and none which enjoy legitimacy.

    Criminal gangs don’t have masses of people voting for them.

    Governments exist ultimately because people want them.

    Libertarians haven’t yet been able to convince people because libertarians are often the kind of people that enable the justification of government in the first place – they think they can do anything not explicitly denied to them by law. That doesn’t work. S

    orry. You have to be better than that to live anarchically.

    Look at what corporations really do, not what their academic fans think they do.
    That’s even though there is a government supposedly restraining them.

    Do you think if all restraint goes, Corzine and others will suddenly give up power, or do you think they will hire police from the dissolved governments and give us a secret police state, after the overt one collapses?

    Do you think there’ll be no war or surveillance or do you think we’ll have police actions and corporate espionage instead?

  15. Can’t say I have even followed Raub. I’ve been largely cut off from the net, and from the wide world of conspiracy, since my computer crashed a few weeks ago. Access to public Internet was too inconvenient. I just got back online today.

    Yes, the military is dangerous, but I think if you want to convince people comparing it to a criminal gang isn’t enough.

    Major General Smedley Butler did, and I think he’s pretty good company.

    Yes, the military is highly controlled — except when it’s not, as in covert false-flag terror, coups, assassinations…


    Libertarians haven’t yet been able to convince people because libertarians are often the kind of people that enable the justification of government in the first place – they think they can do anything not explicitly denied to them by law. That doesn’t work. Sorry. You have to be better than that to leave anarchically.

    Unfortunately, people are only people.

    Do you think if all restraint goes, Corzine and others will suddenly give up power, or do you think they will hire police from the dissolved government and give us a secret police state after the overt one collapses? Do you think there’ll be no war or surveillance or do you think we’ll have police actions and corporate espionage instead?

    I would not wish for any such collapse, although I fear it may come. What I would want is an orderly decentralization of power. I want to see States, and even more, localities, begin to take back powers they have ceded to the imperialists. I want to see individuals and families and associations resume powers that they have ceded to all of the above. Yet if a sudden collapse comes, I want all liberty-loving folk to be well armed and prepped, and hope that enough of the rank and file among the security apparatus can be persuaded that we’re the good guys.

  16. Butler did. Yes, and it convinces people who are already anti-stat; it’s just a quote to other people.

    I’m already part of the choir. You have to convince people who aren’t.

    I am hoping that the security apparatus and the propaganda people give up.

    Keep unspinning the spin, until everyone gets it.

    Until the whole thing becomes a joke and collapses of its own.

    But meanwhile, it doesn’t help when libertarians don’t condemn fraud and when they attack the government as evil in and of itself.

    Even if that’s philosophically defensible – which I doubt – it is tactically very unproductive.

    There is a huge mismatch between Paul and his supporters.

    Paul is trying to be rational and polite – which is one way of proceeding.

    But then his supporters are acting like a mob, which would work, if their leader had the same style.

    But he doesn’t.
    So both styles undermine each other.
    Which is what happened.
    Although, of course, they were up also against the evil machinations of the media and the GOP

    But that’s why politics is counterproductive.

    The educational argument is also fallacious
    .
    Publicity generated like that ends up publicizing the process not the ideas and that’s what Paul did.

    He might be a good man, but once you are in politics, you have to be judged by your actions not your intentions.

    If he were outside politics, I wouldn’t criticize him, since he looks like a good guy, but this was a huge waste of time and effort.

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