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Navy Yard Shooting Mind Control Victim? (Updated)

Convincing idea?...
John Kennedy Explained?

Ive searched through his videos on Youtube.
He is a magician/mentalist/Hypnotist based in the UK
He uses hypnosis, and from what I've seen. He's the real deal
And the best i have seen.

There are several ways to alter a person’s state of consciousness, but the most popular one by Monarch handlers is to use a combination of drugs and hypnosis. Drugs are used to facilitate hypnosis. Modern drugs do almost all the work for the hypnotist. They place the person in an altered state and make them willing to take any order. Often survivors remember orange or grape drinks, or something else which they were given, which were used to give the child drugs. One Monarch slave (Cathy O’Brien) wrote about having been given hypnotic drugs via a Grasshopper ice cream drink.

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It could be Mind Control

but the drugs is whats making it possible.

The only thing that kept Einstein sane was...

A fairly free market system to channel his insanity into. Things could have been very worse.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

always a possibility, nowadays...


Navy Shooter Taking “Mass Murder Suicide Pills”?

Ben Swann
Sept. 17, 2013

The story is a long way from coming into focus. The little we do know about Monday’s tragic mass shooting at a Navy Yard in Washington, D.C. is stirring a national debate.

First, here’s the back-story. It was September 16th, around 8:20 A.M. when 34 year-old Aaron Alexis opened fire inside a Navy facility. According to the FBI, he was a contract employee who had legitimate access to the Navy Yard and used a valid pass.

Alexis reportedly killed 12 people ranging in age from 46 to 73. Alexis was killed by police in a gun battle. He reportedly entered the facility with a shotgun purchased legally at a local gun shop.

This shooting is the worst at a U.S. military installation since the 2009 shooting at Fort Hood, Texas in which Major Nadal Hasan opened fire, killing 13 people and wounding 39 others. The shooting in the Ft. Hood case was religiously motivated.


Was Navy Yard Killer on Anti-Depressant Meds?
SSRI drugs linked with multitude of mass shooting cases

Paul Joseph Watson
September 17, 2013

Several indications suggest that Navy Yard killer Aaron Alexis may have been taking psychiatric drugs, bringing into focus once again the clear connection between anti-depressants and mass shootings.

With the motive behind yesterday’s tragic rampage still unknown, speculation has centered around Alexis’ personal life.

The Associated Press reports that Alexis, “had been treated since August by the Veterans Administration for his mental problems,” which included paranoia, sleep disorder and hearing voices in his head.


AJ vs. Piers Moron (Jan. 7, 2013): "Mass Murder Suicide Pills!"

Published on Jan 7, 2013

Alex Jones vs Piers Morgan On Gun Control - CNN 1/7/2013

Alex Jones 'debates' CNN's Piers Morgan on gun control. Things get a little heated.

Predictions in due Time...

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

It Could be the

It Could be the antidepressants or maybe he was under the influence of someone, or a wicked combination mixed with his own issues. I don't think we will really know for sure. But It's always healthy to speculate.

Thanks for the linked information. It could simply be that was under the influence of prescription medication. It is also the best route to take in regards to our fight with information. We can definitely stick it to the pharmaceutical industry that way and use the national spotlight. Lord knows we need to bring some more heat to that monster.

I was thinking of the Texas Tower gunman.

University of Texas, circa 1966.

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