Politicians Promote Murder, Mayhem, & Terror to Propagandize Political Agendas & Consolidate Power

Politicians Promote Murder, Mayhem, & Terror to Propagandize Political Agendas & Consolidate Power

August 6, 2019

by Doug “Uncola” Lynn:

In his 1991 book, “Behold a Pale Horse”, former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member William Cooper warned of a secret initiative by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.  In this sinister plan, described by Cooper near three decades ago, a project called “Orion” was revealed whereby drugs and hypnosis were to be used on mental patients coerced into shooting children in schools. The plan was to inflame the anti-gun lobby and cause middle class Americans to beg their government “protectors” into obliterating the 2nd Amendment.

The government encouraged the manufacture and importation of military firearms for the criminals to use. This is intended to foster a feeling of insecurity, which would lead the American people to voluntarily disarm themselves by passing laws against firearms. Using drugs and hypnosis on mental patients in a process called Orion, the CIA inculcated the desire in these people to open fire on schoolyards and thus inflame the antigun lobby. This plan is well under way, and so far is working perfectly. The middle class is begging the government to do away with the 2nd amendment.

– Cooper, Milton William. (1991). “Behold a Pale Horse”, Light Technology Publications, page 225

On June 28, 2001 William Cooper told of Osama Bin Laden’s connections to U.S. intelligence and even predicted 911.  Eight weeks after the Twin Towers fell in New York City Cooper was shot and killed at his home in Eagar, Arizona while resisting arrest.

On July 18, 2019 in an article entitled America’s Well-Documented Decline Amid Wars in the Air, this blogger wrote the following:

 … just as the internet began to go viral some buildings fell in New York City and the next thing we knew, we were getting fondled by blue smurfs at airports and our personal communications surveilled around the clock.

All of that progression, as if by voting, manifested as a result of implied consent.

Next, they’re coming for the guns and we’ll all watch it on television like a cinematic plot unfolding.

In 1927, the German expressionist, Fritz Lang, released the seemingly prophetic film “Metropolis”.  The story of this silent movie was set in the year 2026 and foretold of a time when society was separated into two distinct classes known as the Workers and the Thinkers.  The Workers lived under total surveillance and the Thinkers led lives of technocratic luxury in gleaming skyscrapers.

Seem familiar?

Perhaps, then, it is no surprise that some today find the movie permeated with occult undertones and still resonating within the Hollywood film and American music industries.

The leader of the thinkers in “Metropolis” controlled the world in what was called “The New Tower of Babel” and he commissioned the creation of an android (called “Machine Man”) that had the capability to appear exactly like any human person. The android was used to trick the Workers into revolting against the establishment so the Thinkers could, in turn, violently subdue the lower classes once and for all.

Regardless of any personal perspectives regarding William Cooper’s predictions, this blogger’s words from last month, or a 92 year-old movie – can we at least agree they occurred?

Now, other events have occurred as well.  Specifically, three recent major mass shootings in the United States over the span of one week.


On Sunday July 28, 2019 suspect Santino William Legan, 19, used an AK-47 rifle to murder three people and maim 13 others at a garlic festival in Gilroy, California.

Six days later, on Saturday August 3, 2019, at a Walmart in El Paso Texas – Patrick Crusius, 21, used an AK-47 rifle to kill 24 people; injuring 22 more.

And the very next day, on Sunday August 4, 2019 Connor Stephen Betts, 24, used a .223-caliber rifle to murder 10 people and wound at least 27 others.

The garlic festival shooter was part Iranian and possessed reading materials on both Islamic extremism and white supremacy. The El Paso and Ohio shooters were, allegedly, right wing and left wing extremists, respectively.   Yet, only the El Paso shooter is being consistently tied to White Supremacy and Domestic Terrorism in the mainstream media; and, paradoxically, exactly as predicted by the shooter in his pre-written “manifesto”:

…….. I know that the media will probably call me a white supremacist anyway and blame Trump’s rhetoric. The media is infamous for fake news. Their reaction to this attack will likely just confirm that. Many people think that the fight for America is already lost. They couldn’t be more wrong. This is just the beginning of the fight for America and Europe. I am honored to head the fight to reclaim my country from destruction.

– The “Manifesto” of Patrick Crusius (alleged 8-3-2019 El Paso, Texas Walmart shooter)

The “manifesto” by Crusius was peculiar in many ways, as one might expect, but, at the same time, it seemed more balanced than one would anticipate as well; if that were possible – at least as far as the manifestos of mass murderers are concerned.  Therein, the alleged killer lamented unchecked immigration, acknowledged disappointment in both Democrats and Republicans, and bemoaned environmental destruction, urban sprawl, consumerism, and corporations in general – and while citing a 1971 Dr. Seuss story entitled “The Lorax”.

Accordingly, the Seuss story addressed industrial, economic, and environmental issues and was made into an animated film in 2012 when Crusius would have been 14 years of age; or two years older than the boy in The Lorax narrative. As the film fades to black at the end, a quote is shown that says:  


“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”


Perhaps unsurprisingly, therefore, a similar call-to-action was incorporated into the El Paso shooter’s manifesto:

If you take nothing else from this document, remember this: INACTION IS A CHOICE. I can no longer bear the shame of inaction knowing that our founding fathers have endowed me with the rights needed to save our country from the brink destruction. Our European comrades don’t have the gun rights needed to repel the millions of invaders that plaque their country. They have no choice but to sit by and watch their countries burn.

– The “Manifesto” of Patrick Crusius (alleged 8-3-2019 El Paso, Texas Walmart shooter)

In the end, the Manifesto of Crusius was mostly critical of Democrats and included a challenge for patriotic Americans to terrorize immigrants, to wit, scaring them back across the southern border.  However, this challenge was, instead, worded in a manner that would very likely inspire proud Hispanics to stand, stay, and fight:

The Democrat party will own America and they know it. They have already begun the transition by pandering heavily to the Hispanic voting bloc in the 1st Democratic Debate. They intend to use open borders, free healthcare for illegals, citizenship and more to enact a political coup by importing and then legalizing millions of new voters.

 …. Statistically, millions of migrants have returned to their home countries to reunite with the family they lost contact with when they moved to America. They come here as economic immigrants, not for asylum reasons. This is an encouraging sign that the Hispanic population is willing to return to their home countries if given the right incentive. An incentive that myself and many other patriotic Americans will provide.

– The “Manifesto” of Patrick Crusius (alleged 7-28-2019 El Paso, Texas Walmart shooter)

 Furthermore, the manifesto of Crusius also contained sterile, calculated, and even cold-hearted assessments that, ironically, validated arguments against gun-free zones:

If I’m not killed by the police, then I’ll probably be gunned down by one of the invaders…

……Don’t attack heavily guarded areas to fulfill your super soldier COD fantasy. Attack low security targets. Even though you might out gun a security guard or police man, they likely beat you in armor, training and numbers. Do not throw away your life on an unnecessarily dangerous target. If a target seems too hot, live to fight another day.

– The “Manifesto” of Patrick Crusius (alleged 8-3-2019 El Paso, Texas Walmart shooter)

Nevertheless, in the opinion of this blogger, the El Paso shooter’s manifesto did not read like something a young conservative in his early twenties would write.   Instead, it presented more as something the anti-gun lobby would want to have written, disseminated, and given widespread attention, in order to meet specific political objectives.  Certainly, the manifesto seemed a little too contrived and in a few too many ways; as if it was written by ANTIFA and designed to deliver maximum psychological impact for distinct purposes – and toward audiences not overtly addressed by the shooter.

Even so, the Dayton Ohio suspect, Connor Steven Betts, was said to have “described himself as a leftist”, and “had posted tweets that opposed Donald Trump and supported Elizabeth Warren, gun control and socialism”.  Additionally, it has been reported Betts’ rifle was “legally acquired” and that he was wearing a ballistic vest, a mask and protective ear muffs.

Therefore, if we assume the three shooters mentioned heretofore in this article all canceled themselves out ideologically. What, then, remains? Or, rather, what commonalities exist between these three mass-casualty events?

The answer to that question is, of course, the (so-called) military-style assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and internet-expressed extremism. That’s what.  And are these not perceived by the political establishment as the perfect triune of domestic threats against the government?


Were these shootings “false flags” as former United States Naval Intelligence Briefing Team member William Cooper once predicted?  Or, as potentially foreshadowed in the occult-fan-film “Metropolis” – were the shootings in Gilroy, El Paso, and Dayton, staged psyops meant to start a civil war and engage the 2nd Amendment crowd as the last hurdle to America’s demise?

How would we know for sure?  It’s hard to say.  But what we do know is that witnesses at the El Paso Walmart claimed to have seenthree to four armed men running in… dressed in all black… shooting”.

Does that mean anything?  Maybe.  Maybe not.

But another thing is certain:  The Democratic presidential candidates are promoting (with bias) these murders for all they’re worth and the timing could not have been any better for them; given their lackluster performances in their latest primary debates.

Even a former U.S. President  has now claimed his piece of the action:

Barack Obama attacks Donald Trump’s rhetoric in wake of El Paso and Dayton mass shootings calling for leaders to end ‘language that normalizes racist sentiments’ and tells Americans to ditch politicians who demonize immigrants

Furthermore, in the spirit of never letting a crisis go to waste, the recent mass shootings have enabled The Powers-That-Be to deliver more censorship to the internet; even if only SOME websites are considered as more equal than others by the fake news media.


Because, it seems, these latest three mass shootings are very reminiscent of the two shootings prior to the 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections.  Remember those?  They took place in the aftermath of Brett Kavanuagh’s Supreme Court nomination process which completely exposed the Democrats as liars and fools. Just then, the captive media quickly switched channels to show the slow-motion Latin American invasion.  But when even that backfired as well, what happened next?  An anti-semitic white nationalist shot up a synagogue in Pittsburgh and a Republican, with “Make America Great Again” stickers on his white van, was arrested for mailing explosive devices to President Trump’s most prominent political opponents.

These most recent mass-shooting incidences have, similarly, served the purposes of the elite establishment in ways by which they can’t lose; especially after the sleepy Democratic Primary debates, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s embarrassing hearing on Capitol Hill, and, potentially, in advance of any forthcoming Spygate and FISA-abuse revelations being announced publically.

So, then, who benefits when guns are amplified as a political issue?

Because, over the course of one week, the entire national dialogue has been upended as news networks are now covering the massacres non-stop and as the Democratic candidates are campaigning and fundraising with fresh-faced vigor.



1.) The white nationalist aspect has further divided the country and mobilized the Democratic base;


2.) And if the Democrats successfully manipulate the fears of American citizens to win in 2020 – extreme anti-gun measures will ensue as a public mandate;


3.) While, in the meantime, Trump is once again cornered and under tremendous political pressure to move against guns; and, in so doing, he will lose the support of his base.


In spite of all these outcomes, can anyone PROVE the massacres in California, Texas, and Ohio were false flags?  Probably not.

Still, as of this writing, it appears Trump has again deflected the anti-gun lobby by offering them lip service (so far) and reverting blame back onto the hot-air media.

As a columnist in The Guardian wrote:

Donald Trump continues to play his cynical game of dodging responsibility, shifting blame and exploiting tragedy. In a press conference called to address the horrors of two mass shootings in the United States over the past weekend, the president said nothing about his pivotal role in stoking fear and racism among certain segments of the population, said nothing about the fact that five of the 10 deadliest shootings in American history have happened since 2016, the fact that he has become a figurehead in the dark underground of the global white nationalist movement.

Instead, Trump blamed the internet, blamed video games, blamed Congress and blamed “mental health issues”. By tying legislation for tougher gun laws to immigration reform, as he tweeted earlier, Trump also and by extension blamed immigrants, who themselves are the victims of the very racism that has been unleashed by this president.

Indeed.  The president always seems to dangle big carrots in the immediate devastation following these mass shootings (i.e. “something must be done, and we’re going to take care of it!“) and, then, later, offers up more talk, minor concessions (background checks), and blame-deflection (mental illness, media); and to the apparent frustration of anti-gun lobby.

But in his remarks on August 5, 2019 the president did actually address “white supremacy“, called for “bipartisan solutions” and reiterated his support for “red flag laws”:

America will rise to the challenge. We will always have and we always will, win. The choice is ours, and ours alone. It is not up to mentally ill monsters, it is up to us. If we are able to pass great legislation after all of these years, we will ensure that those who were attacked will not have died in vain.

– President Donald Trump, August 5, 2019

It could be the president is still blowing smoke, or will soon pass anti-gun legislation to the great dismay of his core voter base.

In the meantime, sadly, the shootings will continue and they’ll always appear to unveil in similar ways:  There will be shots fired, followed by eyewitness accounts of more than one shooter.  Then, the YouTube videos of those reporting on multiple attackers will be scrubbed from the internet.

Within hours, the murderers will be reported to be extremely troubled, if not insane, and likely on psychotropic drugs, as several people claim they all “saw it coming”, or, in some instances, saying they were completely surprised that the person they knew could massacre so many.

Additionally, prophetic postings placed prior on social media by the shooter will be revealed – but most always after it’s too late. And, typically, of course, an AR-type or similar semi-automatic weapon will have been used along with the necessary large-capacity magazines.  This is constantly convenient for the politicians and globalists who convene behind armed security on Capitol Hill and at the United Nations; because both military-style weapons and magazines are highly coveted targets in their sites.

Then, finally, like the sun rising after a long dark night, the political establishment will loudly crow like over-caffeinated roosters about “doing something” so “it never happens again”.

Just like clockwork.

13 thoughts on “Politicians Promote Murder, Mayhem, & Terror to Propagandize Political Agendas & Consolidate Power

  1. Mornin’ Uncola…
    I have been fighting the site at TBP…..can’t get the comment section to respond except in extremely slow motion…..and I’ve had plenty I would have thrown out for consideration, lol.

    BTW- this article is another great analysis, it’s almost as if all of this political intrigue and social/cultural changes were planned, huh?

    This video, if you have time, is a ’94 radio program of Cooper, he takes calls, some little wacky…(this call begins at 19:15.) …at about 22:50 he discusses McCarthy, who was also in the Cohn articles from Mintpress……just found that interesting in that Cooper said “Joseph McCarthy was on the right track, he was just calling them by the wrong name”


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