Thursday, March 06, 2014

Ramble on the growing national security state and its mercenaries.

Not that the younger of the two Boston boys knew much of anything about anything.  That's probably why he's still alive, after the hour long gun fight he engaged in with police... without a gun.  Etc.etc. Curious that the trendy crackheads in the corporate media never actually investigate anything when it comes to the national security state or "official sources say."  (RIP Michael Hastings*)

Anyway, the investigation is ongoing...   

He came to believe his Mercedes was being tampered with. "Nothing I could say could console him," Thigpen says.
   One night in June, he came to Thigpen's apartment after midnight and urgently asked to borrow her Volvo. He said he was afraid to drive his own car. She declined, telling him her car was having mechanical problems.
"He was scared, and he wanted to leave town," she says.
   The next day, around 11:15 a.m., she got a call from her landlord, who told her Hastings had died early that morning. His car had crashed into a palm tree at 75 mph and exploded in a ball of fire.  (Michael Hastings' Dangerous Mind: Journalistic Star Was Loved, Feared and Haunted
He must have been a paranoid conspiracy theorist, huh?  Because it's not as if anyone in America's criminal bureaucracies familiar with MK Ultra or better techniques would know how to drive people crazy.

Just think when private contractors/mercenaries get their hands on ELF weapons and begin making people think that they're hearing voices and going crazy.

The navy yard shooter engraved on his shotgun:  "My ELF weapon."  There again, some people are good at hiding in chaos and happenstance...  so it looks pretty much just like people are going crazy.  And they very well could be going crazy in a chaotic world governed by "chance" and happenstance.... except if they're not.
Aaron Alexis, the Washington Navy Yard shooter, carved bizarre phrases referencing microwave communication into the shotgun he used to kill 12 people on Monday morning as they arrived for work - as his mother made an emotional public apology for her son's murderous actions.
  Officials with knowledge of the investigation revealed that Alexis, 34, had etched 'Better off this way' and 'My ELF weapon' into the stock of his Remington 870-Express-Tactical shotgun.
   While officials said they can't be sure what he meant, they said that ELF usually stands for 'extremely low frequency' and can be used to refer to the weather, or communications.
   This is significant to investigators because of yesterday's revelation that Alexis made a disturbed report to Rhode Island police on August 7th, in which he alleged three people were following him and were using a 'microwave machine' to send vibrations through his body and keep him awake in his hotel room.  Daily Mail
  Anyway...  all conspiracy theorists are mentally ill, so there is that.  Case closed, no actual investigation necessary...      

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