Thursday, June 18, 2015

South Carolina Church Shooting a Hoax?

It does have that all-too-familiar smell to it, right in the midst of Jade Helm, with a dose of racial division on the side:

White suspect sought after 9 killed in S.C. shooting at black church

Pastor, 8 others fatally shot at church in S.C.; gunman at large

I looked at the pictures, and it looks like ANOTHER HOAX, folks!

The latest on the blog roll while I add this to start since this is what greeted me as I logged on this morning. 

UPDATE: Dylann Storm Roof – Suspect Identified as Pouting White Boy with Criminal Record and Black Facebook Friends

"This feels like a desperate attempt by "someone" to trigger race riots, leading to martial law, or at least fan up racism as an election issue for politicians unwilling to talk about the wars, the economy, or Israel." --

"Former S.C. officer is indicted in shooting death" by Alan Blinder and Timothy Wallace New York Times  June 09, 2015

NEW YORK — A former police officer in South Carolina was indicted by a grand jury Monday on a murder charge in connection with the April shooting death of Walter L. Scott, which was recorded by a passer-by and became a resonating symbol in the national debate about police behavior. That's why I'm suspicious of it all right from the start.

It's a top-flight agenda-pusher I'm reading, and the focus when they one-day wonder or ignore so many other things....

The former North Charleston officer, Michael T. Slager, had been jailed on a murder charge since April 7, when the video became public. Slager’s lawyers have so far made no request for bail, and his indictment in Charleston County had been widely expected. The police department fired him after the shooting, which city officials criticized in stark and unsparing terms.

The case was presented to the grand jury Monday morning, and the panel returned the indictment within a few hours.

That's where the print ended, and in what is becoming increasing common with the Globe, they are flooding the web with print (I'm not complaining): 

Despite the intensive publicity surrounding the shooting, Scarlett A. Wilson, the local prosecutor, said Monday that she believed a local jury could be impaneled and would be able to arrive at an unbiased verdict. A trial date has not been set.

Under South Carolina law, there is only a single murder charge, which Wilson described as being an “unlawful killing with malice aforethought” — with the premeditation required to exist for only a few seconds before a killing in order to gain a conviction.

“As long as malice is proven in the heart and mind, the state has proven its case,” she said.

“The prosecutors’ work has just begun,” she said.

Rodney Scott, a younger brother of Walter Scott, said the Scott family was satisfied with the indictment.

“We are happy and pleased about that right now,” Scott said.

Andrew J. Savage III, the lawyer representing Slager, said in a statement Monday that he had not yet received material related to the case from prosecutors.

“The grand jury is a formal step, but just another step in the criminal process,” Savage said. “Until we have an opportunity to fully evaluate the state’s case and to compare it with our own investigation, we will not be commenting on any aspect of the case.”

The fatal encounter April 4 began when Slager, who is white, stopped Walter Scott, who was black, for a broken taillight while he was driving in North Charleston, South Carolina’s third-largest city. A dashboard camera in Slager’s patrol car recorded the first minutes of the stop, and the video showed a mostly routine interaction between a driver and an officer.

But Scott, 50, soon fled on foot — his family believes that he ran because of outstanding child-support obligations that he feared would lead to his arrest — and Slager gave chase. Once the officer caught up with Scott, there was apparently a tussle over the officer’s Taser.

When Scott turned and ran, Slager fired eight times; some of the bullets struck Scott in the back.

A pedestrian recorded the shooting and some of its aftermath on a cellphone and provided the video to Scott’s family, which turned it over to the authorities. After the video became public, many observers focused on a moment in which Slager appeared to drop an object, possibly his Taser, near Scott’s body.

Critics have also accused Slager and Officer Clarence W. Habersham, who was the first officer to arrive after the shooting, of providing insufficient medical attention to Scott.

Scott’s death became a rallying point for critics of police conduct after months of protests about the deaths of black men at the hands of officers in Ferguson, Miss., and on Staten Island, N.Y. People staged peaceful demonstrations in North Charleston, a city of about 104,000 people, after Scott’s death.

Slager, a former member of the US Coast Guard, joined the North Charleston force in 2010. Before Scott’s death, Slager had been the subject of two formal complaints, including one for excessive force after he used his Taser while he pursued a burglary suspect.

The city cleared Slager of wrongdoing in that 2013 case, but the man involved in the episode, Mario Givens, has been among those to announce since Scott’s death that he would pursue civil litigation against the former officer and the North Charleston authorities.

Police records obtained by The New York Times show that Slager was involved in 19 use-of-force episodes during his tenure as a police officer, including the shooting death of Scott and the encounter with Givens.

Of those 19 episodes, the records show, at least 14 involved Slager using his Taser in some manner. Scott’s shooting was the only time that Slager fired his handgun while on patrol.


Look, I'm not saying none of this is a problem; however, the intentions of propaganda pre$$ aren't noble, sorry. If this recent event is a true tragedy and not some false flag or staged and scripted fraud (as suspected), then I apologize to those offended. I'm sorry I no longer believe or trust Amerika's ma$$ media. Been a long time coming, and this latest narrative being served up by the mind-manipulating, psy-op media stinks to high heaven.

Now I don't mean to change the subject, but....


Charleston South Carolina Church Shooting: Are We Seeing Yet Another False Flag Operation Take Place?


Charleston, SC Church Shooting Hoax of June 17, 2015

Charleston S. C. Shooting by White Man of Black Church Members is a Hoax


Starting from the top of the blogs (outstanding comments there, too; it's a martial law gun grab we are seeing before our eyes) today and rolling down through several selections read before moving on to the agenda-pushing pre$$ that is featuring this above-the-fold on the front page:

"Charleston suspect allegedly joined Bible study, then opened fire; Accused shooter is 21-year-old Dylann Roof" by Nick Corasaniti, Richard Pérez-Peña and Lizette Alvarez New York Times  June 18, 2015

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The mass murder of nine people who gathered Wednesday night for Bible study at a historic black church has shaken a city whose history from slavery to the Civil War to the present is inseparable from the nation’s anguished struggle with race.

Fourteen hours after the massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, in which the Rev. Clementa C. Pinckney, the church pastor and a prominent state senator was among the dead, the police arrested Dylann Storm Roof, a 21-year-old white man with an unsettled personal life and a recent history of antiblack views.

Had a bunch of black friends, but you know....

The killings, with victims ranging in age from 26 to 87, left people stunned and grieving. Witnesses said the gunman sat with church members for an hour and then started venting against African-Americans and opened fire.

At the Morris Brown African Methodist Episcopal Church here, blacks, whites, Christians, and Jews gathered to proclaim that a racist gunman would not divide a community already tested by the fatal police shooting in April of an unarmed African-American, Walter Scott.

“We cannot make sense of what has happened, but we can come together,” declared the Rev. George Felder Jr., pastor of the New Hope AME Church....

It was here where the rewrite and reedit started (sigh). Doesn't help one make sense of things, but one doesn't need to when things don't make sense and it is coming from a propaganda pri$m called an AmeriKan new$paper.

At a news conference, Governor Nikki Haley fought back tears, her voice trembling and cracking. “We woke up today, and the heart and soul of South Carolina was broken,” she said. 

Has she ever thought of a career in films?

Even amid calls here for calm and compassion, at least three bomb threats were made Thursday that forced the evacuation of buildings around Charleston, including churches where prayer vigils were being held for the shooting victims.

OMG!! Talk about going ALL IN with the MIND-BENDING PSY-OP reinforcing MARTIAL LAW!!!!

And while the racially mixed crowds inside those churches linked arms and appealed for harmony, the tone among black people gathered on the city’s streets was not so conciliatory....

That's just the kind of motive Rivero noted above.  

Who has been pushing for years for a race war in AmeriKa? Goes back to Zimmerman. 

And THINK OF THIS: At least blacks weren't lied into wars or looted by banks. Nor were gays, women, and the rest of us. We all haven't been given sub-standard services by a corrupt and thieving government waging wars based on lies and murdering millions.

In a photo on his Facebook page, a glowering Roof (pronounced “Rawf”) wears symbols of two former white supremacist regimes — the flags of apartheid-era South Africa, and of Rhodesia, the nation that became Zimbabwe.


Other photos, posted by a Facebook friend of his and widely circulated online, show Roof leaning against a car with a license plate that reads, “Confederate States of America.”

Yeah, that is somehow also a major topic of conversation today. You can judge for yourself its quality.


Freaky expression to go along with the oddball hairstyle, huh?

You know, in reading that piece I did notice they never mentioned the Xanax the kid was on (heard about that yesterday). It also occurred to me that you might find answers elsewhere, although I'm afraid to look.


S.C. church has deep roots in African-American history

Deep historical context precedes recent racial violence

Attack in Charleston church strikes at the heart of black community

Boston parishioners mourn sting of violence in sacred place

Yeah, the Globe is of the opinion that it is the social media to blame as the agenda is being furiously shoveled, and I'm sorry to say that the more focus and coverage the propaganda pre$$ the more skeptical I am of its veracity and less likely I am to read such slop. 

It's not that I don't care. I care very much. Why do you think I am here every day, every day, every day? I'm just tired of a lying, distorting, dividing, omitting, obfuscating, war-promoting, agenda-pushing propaganda pre$$, period! 

Furthermore, the official stories and framing of narratives have become so patently absurd and inane they are beyond belief anymore. It's almost as if all the propagandists they have hired are throwing massive handfuls of shit on the wall and hoping any will stick.

The lead s***-tosser:

"Attacks have come ‘too many times,’ says Obama" by Matt Viser Globe Staff  June 18, 2015

WASHINGTON — For the 14th time in his presidency, President Obama decried a shooting attack Thursday, this time expressing sorrow and anger over the murder of the nine worshipers in a historic black church in South Carolina. 

Sorry to keep weining about certain things, but.... 

The shocking, apparently racially motivated violence at a place of worship — a church that was once burned down by antiabolitionists — clearly disturbed the president, who mentioned that he and Michelle Obama personally knew the pastor who was among those slain in the Wednesday night massacre.

“I’ve had to make statements like this too many times,” Obama said from the White House briefing room, as political leaders from Capitol Hill to Charleston participated in vigils and began asking questions that for now have few answers.

“Now is the time for mourning and for healing,” Obama said, with Vice President Joe Biden standing sternly by his side. “But let’s be clear: At some point we as a country have to reckon with the fact that this kind of mass violence does not happen in other advanced countries. It doesn’t happen in other places with this kind of frequency. And it is in our power to do something about it.”

So are the more than two citizens blown away by the police everyday, but he's not out there bemoaning that fact, nor would I expect it from a war criminal who is most responsible for the mass violence that exists across the planet these days.

Related: The Biggest Gun Dealers on Planet Earth 

It's whom?

But the president acknowledged that the gun lobby and its allies in Congress likely would prevent tighter regulations, as they did after the December 2012 school massacre in Newtown, Conn., which claimed the lives of 20 elementary school children and six adults.

Look at them flog that staged and scripted fraud that didn't work. Turns out Sandy Hook was a staged and scripted event and the school was a dilapidated structure set to be demolished (which it was in a clear destruction of evidence and cover-up).

The slayings Wednesday in Charleston, which targeted pillars of a community, stunned a nation attempting to move on from this kind of violence. Members of Congress gathered outside the Capitol in an impromptu prayer vigil, holding hands and bowing heads.

“Any death of this sort is a tragedy,” Obama said. “Any shooting involving multiple victims is a tragedy. There is something particularly heartbreaking about the death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace, in a place of worship.”

Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush canceled his campaign events in Charleston, and Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican who is also running for president, flew home. Obama continued on his scheduled fund-raising swing to California and on Thursday night was raising money at the homes of movie mogul Tyler Perry and television producer Chuck Lorre.

This is a major psy-op and a searing event then, and is that an in-your-face laugher or what?

So were they involved with the production of what is looking more and more like another staged and scripted fraud?

The location and the apparent motivations of the shooter rocked state and national officials.

A church is supposed to feel safe, they said, and prayer should be solemn. Worshipers shouldn’t have to be afraid of what might happen if they close their eyes and bow their heads.

Yeah, unless they happen to be Muslims in the eastern hemisphere under assault from the EUSraeli empire.

“We woke up today, and the heart and soul of South Carolina was broken,” Governor Nikki Haley said during a tearful news conference. “Parents are having to explain to their kids how they can go to church and feel safe, and that’s not something we ever thought we’d deal with.”

Dylann Storm Roof, the alleged shooter, is a 21-year-old who grew up decades after the civil rights era, when racism, violence, and church burnings were far more commonplace and blatant. And while his Facebook page showed that he had African-American friends, it also contained images of him wearing Apartheid-era patches on his jacket and showing off a license plate with a Confederate flag. 


The crime was especially horrific because it seemed to combine several dark threads that course through American society: racial violence, domestic terrorism, and mass shootings perpetrated by a lone young gunman. 

Yeah, it is ALWAYS the SAME SCRIPT and SAME PLAYBOOK as that other shooter witnesses saw ONCE AGAIN VANISHES!

“Once again, innocent people were killed in part because someone who wanted to inflict harm had no trouble getting their hands on a gun,” Obama said.

And of the of scene of the shootings, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, he said, “This is a sacred place in the history of Charleston and in the history of America.”

Obama mentioned his connection to the Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the pastor of the church who was killed in the attack. He also noted that the building had been burned to the ground in the 19th century because its worshipers worked to end slavery. When all-black gatherings were banned, the congregation met in secret.

The shooting highlighted two issues that the nation’s first black president has had to persistently address during his 6½ years in office: race and mass shootings.

Obama spoke more cautiously about the apparent racial motivations of the attack, citing the ongoing investigation. But federal authorities are investigating the murders as a hate crime.

Aren't all crimes hate crimes (saving for western war criminals and the loving looting by bankers)? 

And Sylvia Johnson, a cousin of the pastor who was killed, told an NBC affiliate that she was told by a survivor that Roof sat through a Bible study before launching the attack, reloading five times.

“He just said, ‘I have to do it,’ ” Johnson said. “He said, ‘You rape our women, and you’re taking over our country. And you have to go.’ ”

In his statement, Obama referenced the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the hope and unity that came after four girls were killed in a 1963 bombing of a black church in Birmingham by the Ku Klux Klan.

So will I: A Moment to Remember Martin Luther King Jr. 

“The fact that this took place in a black church obviously also raises questions about a dark part of our history,” he said. “Hatred across races and faiths pose a particular threat to our democracy and our ideals.” 

You know, that is interesting because I have really had nothing to do with that and I resent the collective guilt being applied.

It was the 14th time the president has made a statement on a shooting attack, according to statistics kept by CBS News’s Mark Knoller. The toll has included the attack at Fort Hood in Texas in 2009, in which 13 soldiers were gunned down; the 2011 attack on then-Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona, in which six people were killed and 13 others, including Giffords, were injured; the 2012 movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., in which 12 people were killed; and the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown.

When the propaganda pre$$ cites and event you can be sure it was a false flag if not a staged and scripted fiction.

Obama said the nation needs tighter gun restrictions.

Ah, ONCE AGAIN we get to the BOTTOM OF IT!!!!

“The politics in this town foreclose a lot of those avenues right now,” he said. “But it would be wrong for us not to acknowledge it. And at some point, it’s going to be important for the American people to come to grips with it, and for us to be able to shift how we think about the issue of gun violence collectively.”

Yeah, WHAT A DIFFERENCE it makes in $ome ca$es, and maybe you should start rethinking war policy in light of our collective war-weary hatred.


Several other people have noted the juxtaposition of this next item regarding racial hate and the lack of concern regarding certain chosen groups:

"Arsonists attack church in Israel; hate crime suspected" by Ruth Eglash and William Booth Washington Post  June 19, 2015

JERUSALEM — Vandals set fire Thursday to a church marking the site where worshipers believe Jesus performed his bread-and-fish miracle, an attack that police are investigating as a possible hate crime.

I'm waiting for Obama's statement regarding this, and what do you mean possible hate crime?

The blaze damaged the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and the Fishes in northern Israel — venerated as the place where Scripture says Jesus turned five loaves of bread and two fish into a meal for 5,000 people. Police initially questioned 16 Jewish settlers, all minors, staying nearby. They were released.

Well, you see, there is hate and terrorism, and then there is hate and terrorism. It all depends on the ethnicity and religion and the pri$m through which you are receiving the view.

Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the arson attack bore resemblance to previous acts of vandalism by Jewish extremists, who have targeted monasteries, churches, mosques, and cemeteries. He said Hebrew graffiti was scrawled at the site, including a verse from a Jewish prayer reading, ‘‘False idols will be smashed.’’

Such attacks, often referred to as ‘‘price tag’’ attacks, were initially part of a campaign to extract retribution for actions against Jewish settlements in the West Bank by Israeli authorities or Palestinians. The attacks have now spread. Israel has debated whether to label hate crimes as terrorism.

No debate in AmeriKa!!!

‘‘The shocking arson attack on a church hurts all of us,’’ Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday, pledging to bring those responsible ‘‘for this heinous crime’’ to justice.

Awww, poor Bibi. His government is an extremist pos and is being held together with thread, but the Jews are hurting.

The church — in Tabgha alongside the Sea of Galilee — is famous for its 5th-century Byzantine mosaics that depict fish and baskets of bread. About 5,000 tourists and pilgrims visit each day.

The fire significantly damaged the church’s storage room and some offices. A prayer room was lightly damaged, but the ancient mosaics and the main sanctuary were not harmed, officials said.

Critics of the government’s efforts against such attacks have repeatedly questioned why the perpetrators are rarely caught and prosecuted. 

I don't question it, I know why. Who do you think is in charge of that Zionist stain and abomination on the planet?

The church, run by the Roman Catholic Benedictine Order, is one of the most visited Christian sites in Israel. The compound will be closed for several days.

‘‘We consider this to be a serious hate crime,’’ the Assembly of Catholic Ordinaries of the Holy Land said in a statement. ‘‘It comes at a time when many hate crimes are taking place against holy sites, and we are wondering where are the government and the security services?’’

They are the ones abetting the crimes if not committing them.

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin — who spoke by phone with the Rev. Gregory Collins, head of the Order of Saint Benedict in Israel — said that ‘‘few people do more damage to Israel than those who carry out such acts.’’

Cue the f***ing somber cello music.


I'm sure it's another one day wonder in my newspaper.

Also see: Gun culture makes mass murder routine

Gee, he couldn't have gotten that more right when it applies to Israel!


"Rachel Dolezal faced scrutiny over racial identity years ago; College application cited in lawsuit" by Matthew Barakat and Nicholas K. Geranios Associated Press  June 19, 2015

SPOKANE, Wash. — Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP chapter president who is under scrutiny for recent comments about race, her background, and her behavior as a civil rights leader, faced tough questions about her racial identity long before she became a national figure nearly overnight.

 Yeah, in context this looks like an appetizer to get the tensions going before the false flag in South Carolina.

More than a decade ago, Howard University’s lawyers questioned whether she had tried to pose as African-American when she applied for admission to the historically black university in the nation’s capital.

Dolezal had accused the school of denying her a teaching position because she was white.


During a deposition, Howard’s lawyers asked whether she had tried to mislead the admissions office with an essay focused on black history and identity, according to court documents.

‘‘I plunged into black history and novels, feeling the relieving release of understanding and common ground,’’ she wrote in the essay. ‘‘My struggles paled as I read of the atrocities so many ancestors faced in America.’’


The 37-year-old Dolezal resigned as head of the NAACP’s Spokane chapter this week after her parents said she was a white woman pretending to be black. City leaders asked her Wednesday to step down from a police oversight panel, citing misconduct.

On Thursday, the Spokane City Council voted to remove her from the volunteer police ombudsman commission. KREM-TV reported that the 6-0 vote came Thursday afternoon.

On Wednesday, Mayor David Condon and City Council President Ben Stuckart called for Dolezal and two others to step down from the five-member commission after an independent investigation found the three commissioners acted improperly and violated government rules.

The report said the evidence and interviews confirmed workplace harassment allegations and ‘‘a pattern of misconduct’’ by Dolezal, the chairwoman, and two other commissioners. The council accepted the resignation of one of those commissioners and voted to give the other more time to respond.

Meanwhile, the city’s Ethics Commission is investigating whether she lied about her race on her application to the police board by presenting herself as the daughter of a black police officer.

A dozen years earlier, Dolezal’s lawsuit against Howard was dismissed before reaching trial. A court said she failed to prove her claims and ordered her to pay the university’s legal costs.

In her admissions essay, she described her family as ‘‘trans-racial,’’ writing that ‘‘at the early age of three I showed an awareness of the richness and beauty of dark skin when I said, ‘Mama, all people are beautiful but black people are so beautiful.’ ’’

All I can say in response is every single soul is a unique life form. That's how I see things. Sorry.

During the deposition, Dolezal said she was ‘‘talking about black history in novels.’’

The woman is LITERALLY living in a world of FANTASY and FICTION!


Looks it, too.

Also see: Dumb Dolezal

It's stupid to keep covering her.


"Charleston church shooting: the larger covert op

by Jon Rappoport
June 18, 2015

“Long-term covert ops sometimes disguise themselves by claiming that the hidden cause of a problem is the cure. So it is with psychiatric drugs, like SSRI antidepressants, which push people into committing murder. In the aftermath of these killings, leaders call for expanded psychiatric screening—which will result in further prescription of those very same drugs.” (The Underground, Jon Rappoport)

Police report the suspect in the Charleston church shooting, Dylann Roof, has been captured.

This is the latest in a string of crimes in which black-white conflict has been highlighted, pressed, argued, and used, for the purposes of: fanning flames of racial discord, exercising further gun control, and fatuously claiming that universal psychiatric screening and drugging is an answer.

In this brief article, I focus on black-white conflict.

In the 1960s, in America, the burgeoning drug culture and the Vietnam War became the occasion for protests and riots that shook the nation. In that case, the main target was the federal government.

Even though the “revolution” was pro-left, the 1968 Chicago riots were staged at the Democratic nominating convention. That gives you some idea of the degree of overall and virulent anti-government sentiment.

From the point of view of elite planners, the 1960s should not be repeated; at least not in the same way.

This time, the government should be seen as the hero, the rescuer, the mediator.

For that to happen, Americans would turn on and target each other.

There is no better way to accomplish that than to strike at the issue of race.

Emphasize it, push it, make it stand out, tie it into political correctness, create absurdist “dialogue” that could have no other outcome than outrage. The “discussion about race” has turned into transparent provocation.

Divide and conquer is as old as the hills. The conqueror is the ruler. And, of course, as he wins, he enacts more downward pressure on freedom, in multiple ways, while pretending to be the healer.

This is the op.

This is the simplicity of it.

You can throw other logs on the fire: agents provocateur in the media; the release of violent immigrant criminals from US prisons; the seeding of the population with massive amounts of psychiatric drugs (SSRI antidepressants) that scramble brains and push people over the edge into committing violent acts, including murder.

And oh yes, you can also include the intentional expansion of poverty (and attendant resentment) through the departure of millions of jobs overseas: aka Globalism. That is provocation of the highest order.

The objective is shifting the target from government to the people themselves, along the familiar lines of race.

And the payoff message will echo the sentiments of 1995, after the Oklahoma City Bombing: “Come home to the government, we will protect you. Only we can protect you.”

If you believed mainstream media, you would think the entire race issue in America consists of a three-way conversation between Al Sharpton, a KKK high priest, and some demented college student who insists that every word in the English language contains a hidden racial element.

Update: CBS News is reporting that Dylann Roof was arrested on February 28 in a mall, while he was asking a store clerk “out of the ordinary questions.” At that time, he was found in possession of a medicine called Suboxone.

It is an addicting drug used to treat opiate addiction. Some adverse effects: agitation, hostility, hallucinations, attempted suicide, depersonalization.

Rapid withdrawal from Suboxone can be more dangerous than taking it.

Getting the picture?

Of course, the distinct possibility that the drug pushed Dylann Roof over the edge into committing murder isn’t part of the “correct” narrative aimed at accelerating racial hatreds.

The truth? Irrelevant.


Also see:

Charleston S.C. Church Shooting is an Arch-Zionist Gun Control Hoax

Dylann Roof South Carolina Church Massacre Gunman Conspiracy 

Breaking News! White People Can Be Terrorists! ಠ_ಠ [sigh]

So many awesome points in there!