The Government & Establishment Reaction to Charleston and Orlando Shootings Exhibits Extreme Agenda

 

This is a face of a "self radicalized" man.

This is a face of a man “self radicalized”.

 

Okay, it has been over a week since the tragedy of the shooting at a night club, frequented by Americans of the homosexual persuasion, by an individual of Arab decent espousing and sympathetic to the extreme hateful ideology of Islam who killed nearly 50, injured another 54,  and I have not heard the Media nor the Administration condemn the followers, icons of Islam, symbols of Islam, nor descendants of people of the Islamic ideology as symbols of hate that should be erased from public view and scorned.  In fact, the Media, in particular the U.S Administration, and the whole national Democrat Party have strenuously attempted to detach the shooter, who has obvious ties to radical Islamic ideology and individuals, from any notion that he had any connection, rather directly or indirectly, to the radical terrorist group ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq & Syria], nor the teachings of Islam in any way.  The president himself has publicly denounced any notion of the gunman in the Orlando tragedy being anything more than a “lone gunman” acting on his own behest and without any negative influence from ISIS theology or ideology or Islam, and that it is the fault of his ability to lawfully get a gun that the tragedy occurred.

This is the face of hate and evil heritage

This is the face of hate and evil heritage

The reaction of Obama Administration and the complicit Media surrounding the Orlando shooting is in stunning contrast to their reaction to the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting killing 9 black-Americans by an assailant who was of Caucasian-Southern decent, and has been shown in a picture with a Confederate Battle Flag.

 

The president and his agents immediately rapped the shooter in the Confederate Flag and made every icon of southern history, every symbol of the south, and anyone and anything that could be vaguely associated with past southern heritage, ideology, or pride, complicit in the actions of this “lone gunman”.  Of course the fact that he was able to get a gun from his parents was also reason for the carnage.  Not the fact that he was just someone with deep mental issues.

In the wake of the gross anti-southern heritage propaganda of the Administration and its Media accomplices, streets and school names of southern idols had to be renamed.  Monuments of southern heroes were removed or threatened with removal.  And anything vaguely resembling the Confederate flag or southern heritage was, and still is, threatened with extinction from public view.  But in the case of a man with obvious affiliation of radical Islam at most, and who held ISIS ideology in high regard at the least, we are to believe these facts had nothing to do with the Orlando shooter’s drive to commit the crime; that it was the availability of lawfully purchased guns in the American society. And not that federal and local law enforcement have been virtually neutered due to extraordinary restrictive rules of engagement regarding dealing with Muslims by the Administration.

Lets keep in proper context that the American Civil War occurred well over a century ago, slavery was officially outlawed in the U.S and America in 1865, while radical Islam has been at war with western culture and ideology since Jefferson had to send the Marines to Tripoli, an followers of radical Islam are killing and causing havoc all over the world today in a most horrific way.   Yet the president of the United States, the leadership of the Democrat Party, and the Establishment Media wants us to believe that lawful gun ownership, Conservatives, Christians, Southerns, and the Republican Party are a greater threat than radical Islam.  Amazing!  Stunning!  And Dangerous!

Imagine if we as a nation were told by  President Roosevelt that reason for the Japanese bombing Pearl Harbor was due to the notion that there were too many U.S military ships in an area that Japan wanted to control; that it was our fault for instigating the attack on us.  Image if we were told by the U.S president prior to either World War One or Two that the reason for German’s aggression towards its European neighbors was not due to its belief or ideology of German world dominance or Aryan ethnic supremacy. Evil is evil. Just because he or she is so. A tragedy is a tragedy.  Just because it is.  Anyone who poses a threat to our way of life is a threat to us all, no matter their ethnicity, religious affiliation, nor sexual orientation, and should be identified as such and dealt with appropriately.  Terrorism has less to do with the actual event than how those who where targets respond and deal with the act.  Do we take bold and rational acts to defend ourselves and see to it that no such act(s) are carried out by the perpetrators?  Do we panic?  Or do we inflict more injury upon ourselves by turning on each other and psychologically doing what those who attracted us in the first place sought to achieve, by living in fear and mis-trust of each other?  If the face of the U.S government cannot or will not tell the American people the truth in the time most critical, and at worst seeks to deceive and manipulate us by Orwellian double speak and word contortion when we are most at risk of being targets of terrorist or our enemies, whether it be from within or from without, this nation is in true peril.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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