September 18, 2013
The Newtown Action Alliance (NAA) travelled to Capitol Hill to speak to Congress on the heels of the latest false flag shooting to demand that the federal government regulate the 2nd Amendment into oblivion.
David Ackert, founder of the Hearst Connecticut Media Group (HCMG) asserts that “this is really . . . all about our broken political system.”
One question floating about mainstream media (MSM) is the correlation between suicide and the 2nd Amendment.
Researchers at Harvard School of Public Health claim that where gun ownership is highest, the number of gun-related suicides is 4 times as high.
Matthew Miller, lead author of the study explained : “The role of guns in suicides is analogous to the chances of a rural crash at high speed being more deadly than a fender bender on a city side street. Plainly, those who attempt suicide as a plea for help are more likely to survive and overcome their despondency when guns aren’t around to settle the issue. It’s another reason to be concerned about the rise of the gun culture, and diligent in background checks of those seeking to obtain guns. All those gun-control critics who insist that criminals will always find a way to get illegal weapons, while law-abiding citizens will be forced to undergo checks, should ponder how many mental patients and others in the grips of depression would be spared an early death if forced to undergo checks at gun shows or shops.”
Aaron Alexis, the man identified by authorities as the Navy reservist who recently killed 12 people at the Naval Sea Systems Command headquarters (NSSCH), was an information technology employee with a defense contractor.
It is now being reported, according to anonymous sources , that Alexis heard voices and was under treatment for mental illness, and had security clearance to be inside the building where the shooting took place.
Investigators have an “operating theory” but no concrete evidence as to why Alexis would commit murder. However, the revelation that Alexis was hearing voices is beginning to surface at an opportune time.
Alexis was under the care of the Department for Veterans Affairs (VA), but not declared “mentally unfit” to perform his duties for the Naval Reserves.
MSM says that Alexis was honorably discharged and worked as an aircraft electoral systems repairman at the NSSCH.
Alexis “chose” an AR-15, a shotgun and a handgun, according to anonymous sources in federal law enforcement.
Ironically, the AR-15 used by Alexis was the same make and model used at the Sandy Hook shooting and the Batman shooting.
How convenient that mass shootings are perpetrated by the same type of gun. Sure makes it easier for lawmakers to identify the problem.
In fact, the only source giving information about which guns were used by Alexis are being conveyed by authorities. MSM outlets claim that just how many guns Alexis had and which style they were is under investigation.
Details about how Alexis died are being kept from the media; although it is reported that he died after an “encounter with security”.
Confusion about the second man first spoken about by authorities, then dismissed and ignored is a question that seems to follow these mass shootings. Just as in the Batman and Sandy Hook shootings, there were others involved that were either dismissed or let go as inconsequential.
The picture painted about Alexis is important because how he is portrayed speaks volumes about how this tragedy will be used against the 2nd Amendment.
Alexis is being shown as having a “pattern of misconduct” and was polite and nice, according to his friends.
Beyond attacking the US Constitution and our 2nd Amendment, there is also the connection between post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and this latest shooting.
An anonymous source told MSM that Alexis had “a host of serious mental issues, including paranoia and a sleep disorder.”
Co-workers of Alexis are now stating that he would “blackout” and Alexis’ father is quoted as saying that his son had “anger management problems associated with PTSD, and that Alexis had been an active participant in rescue attempts on September 11, 2001.”
Having a psychotic break is not the same as having PTSD.
Paula Schnurr, deputy director of the VA National Center for PTSD (NC-PTSD) said : “The closer we get to trying to understand how PTSD relates to extreme violence, the more we get anecdotal.”
Indeed, “the relationship between PTSD and interpersonal violence is not well understood.”
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) refer to PTSD as an epidemic among veterans because an estimated 10 to 30% of returning men and women are being diagnosed with this mental condition.
MSM is touting that the latest shooting is “a wake-up call” to the nation regarding PTSD and the 2nd Amendment.
Debra Moore, a psychologist who did not treat Aleixs, assumes that he “likely gave indications things weren’t right.”