Breaking: US Navy Yard shooting: is it possible to learn the truth?

Breaking: US Navy Yard shooting: is it possible to learn the truth?

By Jon Rappoport

September 16, 2013

www.nomorefakenews.com

I’ve covered a number of mass shootings. Assuming the people arrested or killed had anything to do with them, one of the top questions is: was the shooter on psychiatric meds?

The mainstream press doesn’t push for answers.

It’s a vital question. In school shootings, we’ve learned that the answer is often yes. For example, Eric Harris at Columbine in 1999 was on Luvox, an SSRI antidepressant. These SSRIs are well known for pushing people over the edge into violence; and the manic effects can also motivate them to form grandiose plans for destruction. (See the website “SSRI stories” for documented accounts.)

In the last few years, the US Armed Forces have loaded down their personnel with psychiatric meds, which have led to suicides and killings.

Typically, at these shootings, pharmaceutical investigators show up to find out whether their drugs are involved, so, if necessary, they can clamp down on “information leaks” and instead divert the conversation to: “he had a mental disorder,” as if that, rather than the drugs, was the key factor.

Another top question: was it a “random” shooting or was it an intentional op, designed for several purposes:

implementing a further gun grab from private citizens;

a lesson in official control—“obey the instructions of the authorities and shelter in place”;

inducing generalized fear and demoralization in the population;

and distracting the public from ongoing scandals/ops—e.g., Syria, NSA spying, Benghazi.

Two tweets may or not be be relevant here:

Scott MacFarlane (@MacFarlaneNews) (NBC 4 I-team reporter, Washington DC—unless someone has hijacked his twitter account): “Navy ran mass shooting drill in Feb-March at Navy Yard. Part of nationwide ‘Citadel shield’ security program.”

macfarlanenews

Jonathan Feng (@jonfeng1): “There was one active shooter drill during my time at Navy Yard. I was stuck inside a building while getting lunch. Guess which building.”

Jonathan Feng tweet

Several other tweets (unconfirmed info) claim a drill took place at the Navy Yard several days ago.

Several mass killings (e.g., Aurora, Boston bombing) took place at the same time as, or close to the time of, official terror drills, suggesting several possibilities—one being the drills were prepping for an intentional op.

As navy.mil reports, in March of 2012, not 2013, a Solid Curtain-Citadel Shield exercise took place, “designed to test the service’s ability to respond to nation-wide threats to its installations, units, personnel and families.”

Adm. John C Harvey Jr. stated, “Overall, it was a resounding success…”

How did two or three armed shooters enter the Navy Yard and get past security today? Will the mainstream press do a deep investigation on that?


The Matrix Revealed


So far, officials are telling the press that at least 6 people have been killed at the Navy Yard and 10 have been wounded. There are two or three shooters, which suggests some level of planning and coordination. DHS has released a pat statement: “no known connection to terrorism,” which means nothing.

In Washington DC, open or concealed carry of weapons (by private citizens) is illegal. Therefore, aside from armed security guards at the Navy Yard, no civilian workers in the buildings can defend themselves against the shooters. Also, from what I can gather, non-security military personnel working inside the Navy Yard are forbidden from carrying weapons as well.

From 1886 to 1964, the US Navy Yard manufactured weapons for the US Navy. According to a Wikipedia article, it was, by the start of WW2, the largest ordnance naval yard in the world.

Jon Rappoport

The author of two explosive collections, THE MATRIX REVEALED and EXIT FROM THE MATRIX, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com

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24 comments on “Breaking: US Navy Yard shooting: is it possible to learn the truth?

  1. The op is obvious to me, Jon. They are fomenting aggression between the military and the “patriots/militia” (ie: any US citizen with a gun). They want to make it easy for military personnel to reconcile killing the average US citizen/gun owner on command. They’ll paint the shooters as disgruntled patriots and gun nuts, no doubt. The “mental health” card may be played but I don’t think it’s the primary target. Maybe I’m wrong. My question is how to make the military aware? I’ve been trying to plant seeds in places like Facebook and youtube where the predominant viewers are military. To say that it takes a thick skin is putting it mildly. Just stand your (whoever) ground, no matter what, or they’ll think you’re a punk.

  2. Jeffrey Hardin says:

    Reblogged this on Jericho777's Blog.

  3. BigTim says:

    You are being foolish if you believe the Boston marathon affair was a mass killing, or any kind of killing

  4. flyingtigercomics says:

    Another issue with shooters is the selective use of their omnipresent sketchbooks. If the books have convenient doodles like “RFK must die” – into evidence and the press they go.

    If they have inconvenient doodles like a cartoon showing one of the columbine shooters being sodomised by a sherriff’s deputy…

  5. JLK Greystone - a common laborer says:

    Is this the same naval location the fictional NCIS is located?

    “We still don’t know all the facts. But we do know that several people have been shot and some have been killed,” President Barack Obama said earlier Monday afternoon. “So we are confronting yet another mass shooting. And today it happened on a military installation in our nation’s capital.”

    What I want to know is how a man from Texas could transport a rifle clear across the country, through the streets of Washington D.C., and unto a secure location like the Washington Naval Yard, when I can’t get on a airplane without first removing my belt, taking off my shoes, and empting the contents of my pockets after which I’m subject to a full body radioactive scan for a flight from Akron to Toledo ? Maybe before the TSA starts establishing itself as the “National Policia” at Bus, Rail, and random check-stations it set up shop around entrances and exits of military bases. I’m sure one of those body scanners could of located a rifle on one individual. If this is an ops I think it will backfire.

    Just my 2 cents

  6. LaFeria. says:

    …the sleeper awakened. discharged but ACTIVE military id…..date:Lehman Collaspe…..location: intense & secure ….very close to the White House…….very thick smoke of something something going on here.

  7. Sean says:

    I’m just glad the shooter had the good taste to wait for the Syria crisis to get off the front burner. As a matter of fact, I can’t remember one shooting ever having to compete with another news story.

  8. Barry Soetoro says:

    See photo 9 in the sequence, and then the other photos. The guy with the T-Shirt and strange that looks to me like other MOSSAD. operators. It reminds me of the characters hanging around at the finish line at the Boston Marathon

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/09/16/us/dc-navy-yard-gunshots/index.html?hpt=hp_t1

    And then in the article is this interesting sentence:

    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sent a team of about 20 special agents to the scene, a law enforcement official said. The team was the same group that helped apprehend Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the official said.

  9. […] Adm. John C Harvey Jr. stated, “Overall, it was a resounding success…” (Source) […]

  10. Clayton Jones says:

    Such an event further proves the necessity of an unabridged 2nd Amendment. When people pack shooting events don’t occur. I am from New Mexico and I can guarantee that if someone open fire in a public arena the poor bastard would end up looking like Swiss Cheese. More guns and bigger weapons are in order. Pre 1964 anyone could buy a cannon, mortar, and heavy machines guns. Back to 1964; no 1984. Good day

  11. […] In my previous article, I mentioned the psychiatric drug connection as a distinct possibility that haunts every one of these crimes. Rarely will reporters bother to look into this. It’s dicey for them. Exposing pharmaceutical companies and their horrendously toxic drugs is bad for business. […]

  12. […] In my previous article, I mentioned the psychiatric drug connection as a distinct possibility that haunts every one of these crimes. Rarely will reporters bother to look into this. It’s dicey for them. Exposing pharmaceutical companies and their horrendously toxic drugs is bad for business. […]

  13. […] In my previous article, I mentioned the psychiatric drug connection as a distinct possibility that haunts every one of these crimes. Rarely will reporters bother to look into this. It’s dicey for them. Exposing pharmaceutical companies and their horrendously toxic drugs is bad for business. […]

  14. BS says:

    This is a reply to JLK Greystone […], and anyone else who is having a hard time wrapping their head around how you can transport something across the country and onto a military base.

    Have you ever traveled before? Driven across the country? Do you think you stop every 5 miles at some Gestapo checkpoint where they search you? NO. In this country we have FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT. […] You can transport a gun, a potato, or a rocking chair across the country unmolested.

    And as far as the military base is concerned, what would you like? Would you like to have people strip-searched to go to work every day going in and out of a base, a school, an office building, or whatever? […].

    A 100% security blanket is NEVER possible. It becomes costly… extremely costly… and the currency is either money, time, or our own civil rights. A free society means these things can (and WILL) happen.

    You will NEVER avoid them. The trick is to watch for signs and try to prevent them. […]

  15. […] Adm. John C Harvey Jr. stated, “Overall, it was a resounding success…” (Source) […]

  16. […] In my previous article, I mentioned the psychiatric drug connection as a distinct possibility that haunts every one of these crimes. Rarely will reporters bother to look into this. It’s dicey for them. Exposing pharmaceutical companies and their horrendously toxic drugs is bad for business. […]

  17. JLK Greystone - a common laborer says:

    Sorry BS you missed the sarcasm. I’ve traveled the country, been stopped and searched for not being white enough, and too white for where I was at. Nevertheless, its not the land for the free anymore for those who play by the rules, unless of course you are able to adapt quickly to the rule changes thereby prospering in the flow.

  18. Peter of Lone Tree says:

    22 veterans commit suicide every day.

    (Thought): Is the Wash. Navy Yard massacre our “payback” for not bombing Syria?

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