MANCHURIAN WHITE SUPREMACISTS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

MANCHURIAN WHITE SUPREMACISTS

SOURCE: KURT NIMMO
There are disturbing similarities between the shootings in El Paso, Pittsburgh, and San Diego. If news reports can be believed, John Earnest, the synagogue shooter in California, had it out for Jews, as did Robert G. Bowers in Pittsburgh. Both posted so-called manifestos online. So did Patrick Crusius, the alleged El Paso shooter, the difference being his manifesto denounced Mexicans.

The alleged shooter in New Zealand, Brenton Tarrant, posted a manifesto denouncing Muslims. Dylann Roof, who allegedly killed nine people at a black church in South Carolina, also issued what the corporate media described as a manifesto. Tarrant is said to have left behind a 74-page document titled “The Great Replacement.”

All these documents preach a similar form of racism described as white supremacy by the state and its corporate media. This racism is attributed to the so-called Alt-right or the New Right without evidence or even a clear definition of terms. It is also used to describe those of us who are not politically pigeonholed as right or left and yet are suspect for our critique of the financial class and its banking cartels and interlocked corporate structure. This is described by the state and its media as antisemitic, thus a hate crime.

Timing is everything, Several days before the incident in El Paso, FBI Director Christopher Wray told the Senate Judiciary Committee a “majority of the domestic terrorism cases we’ve investigated are motivated by some version of what you might call white supremacist violence.”

This was followed by Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren who declared white supremacy as a domestic terror threat. “We need to call out white supremacy for what it is: domestic terrorism. And it poses a threat to the United States of America,” she said during the supposed debate in Detroit last week.

Then, on August 1, two days before the El Paso incident, it was reported the FBI “for the first time has identified fringe conspiracy theories as a domestic terrorist threat, according to a previously unpublicized document.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Our sympathies, and our prayers, go out to all concerned in these horrific shootings.

But that being said, Nimmo, as always, creates some very intriguing questions about the time-line here; but what hasn't been mentioned, almost as though it were Kryptonite, is the following question: were any of these shooters on, or trying to get off of, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI meds?!?)

And the reason I am asking this question, is that when a person is on one of these drugs, there is a marked, and well-documented increase in a desire to self harm, or to harm other people.

SSRI Stories

IF you are a parent with a kid in school (particularly high school), and the school nurse or MD wishes to put your kid on one of these meds, you need to tell them politely tell them that you understand the risks, and will not have your child medicated against your will.

Please, if you have kids in a public school, do take a look at this following article, where it talks about how far school staff can go, in treating a child without the parents' permission:

Medication Management: state policies on administration of medications in schools; and click the State where you live, just to see how far a medical practitioner can go, in terms of providing medications without your permission.

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