We may have Charles Bronson ‘‘Telefon’’ situation here lol…Discovery Channel had this hypnotist on
where he put a guy into one of those near INSTANT trances,…the guy later then shot an individual with a pistol filled with blanks,
and even later when ‘awakened’, he saw himself do the dirty deed on video and was obviously shocked he did this,
The kicker: The guy who was hypnotized to perform this fake assasination was a COP.
IDK about this shit…but if a Police Officer can succumb to this kind of powerful suggestion…hmm.
Are there hypnotized ‘sleeper’ mass shooters out there waiting for their trigger words?..Yeah, I realize that sounds crazy,
This could be movie/conspiracy bullshit as well…’'The Woods are lovely, dark and deep, and many miles to go before I sleep"…
Not so crazy.
Another interesting thing to note about all of these mass shooting perps is the fact that they all seemed to have been on some form of antipsychotic or antidepressant medication. Not saying that this was responsible for their actions, but it bears consideration.
The shooter claimed that he was receiving instructions remotely by some sort of microwave device. The CIA has a long and illustrious history of experimentation with “artificial telepathy”: behavior modification and remote transmission of covert programming to (sometimes unaware) operatives via HF and ELF frequencies. Projects wih colorful names like Project Moonstruck, MKULTRA and MKDELTA have been in the works since the 1950s.
Dr. Robert O. Becker, who was twice nominated for the Nobel Prize, said this about artificial telepathy: “such a device has obvious applications in covert operations designed to drive a target crazy with “voices” or deliver undetected instructions to a programmed assassin.”
I admit, this is delving deep into tinfoil-hat territory, and it is not really my intention to take the thread there, but it does bear at least a passing thought.
What if the shooter wasn’t crazy at all, and had no idea what he was doing?
One final word about mental illness and mass shooters: Charles Whitman, perpetrator of one of the most deadly mass-shooting sprees in history, wrote in his journal that he would like his brain examined after he died, so that science could find out what his problem was. What the medical examiner found was a tumor pressing on his amygdala, the “emotional center” of the brain. It’s not clear how much of Whitman’s crimes can be attributed to his disorder, but one thing is certain.
He was the one ultimately held responsible for his actions, not his weapons.
It was a different country then. [/quote]
That survivalist board we’ve talked about in the past has brought up this very same point. Instead of trying to go after “normal” people, the government can place restrictive bans on those with or showing signs of mental illness. Now, that makes sense right? We don’t want a bi-polar person with access to a firearm, or whatever extreme disorder might exist.
But where is the line drawn? How many Americans take anti-depressants or some other drug? How about how many people have ever been to a psychologist? Ever claim mood swings or depression?
Sure the above examples are the extreme, but it goes along quite well with what you are saying.
And I think its funny they claimed AR-15. You’d think folks who would be “giving the word” would know what different guns sound like (weren’t they on a military installation?). A shotgun does not sound like a rifle. Maybe the pistols could be confused, but I’m still doubtful. It was hype - apparently the news was giving whatever “updates” they could just to get the story out and then had to backtrack - its embarassing.