It is really unfortunate that the very story you want to avoid haunts you and keeps you awake at night. I know that, when the reports were made about the Navy ship yard shooter(s), I wanted to wait and see what the mainstream media would do after the smoke cleared and the bodies were bagged. The truth is that, in cases such as these, the mainstream media tends to bend over backwards to give us all sorts of awkward information about the alleged gunmen and then immediately after the information is unleashed the conspiracy of shooters is whittled down to just one shooter.
The term ‘lone gunman’ has been an abused axiom in situations like this when awkward information is given about the suspect it is fodder for talking points on news shows for days.
However, in the case of Aaron Alexis, the alleged shooter that gunned down 12 people in a Washington D.C. naval yard, all of the awkward information about him is not being released by the mainstream media. It is now being released on the internet which makes this case seem a bit surreal.
The internet now has taken this case to the public and I worry that the reason this is happening is because it is a trap to demonstrate just what crazy stories can be spun when the internet is left to eat itself from within.
Now I can conclude that this is a simple mistake and I am sure the logical explanation is that perhaps the authors of the story were working on another story dated for the 15th, then changed their topic for the Naval yard shootings.
However, it was this type of mistake of mixed dates on stories and even death certificates during the Sandy Hook shootings that had people wondering if the entire shooting was a staged event. While confusion is understandable, it was the cynical believers in a staged false flag that outraged the media and caused them to attack conspiracy theorists.
This was the reason why Alex Jones was called in to appear on Piers Morgan’s talk show in CNN, to talk about gun control and rant to the point of turning purple about the tyranny that awaits us if guns were confiscated.
The truth is that there seems to be an argument between media sources as to whether or not Aaron Alexis had a mental disorder and most certainly whether or not he was taking what Jones called “mass murder suicide pills”.
Which has prompted independent journalists like Ben Swann and Alex Jones to ask just how was Aaron Alexis Being treated for his disorder and was he along with the 12 that died that day, victims of big pharma and their pimping of “mass murder suicide pills”.
The truth is stranger than fiction. One day after the shootings, the Associated Press released a report that on August 7th, 2013 Aaron Alexis contacted Rhode Island police. He was in town as a naval contractor and was staying at the Marriott Hotel in Newport. Newport is the site of Naval Station Newport, the Naval War College and several military contractors. Alexis told police that he had gotten into an argument while boarding a flight in Virginia, and he believed the person he argued with sent three people to follow him.
Newport Police Lt. William Fitzgerald said in a report that Alexis was concerned for his safety and worried that someone was out to discredit and possibly kill him.
While we can argue over whether or not he was crazy or whether or not he was taking “mass murder suicide pills” there was a matter that I brought up on my radio show because I thought it was appropriate.
This would give someone like Aaron Alexis a way to post something posthumously as the poem indicates that Aaron allegedly knew his fate would be hell because he was under the control of some puppet master as the poem states:
“Now my body lies dead and on fire, I did it all for you my sire.”
All over the internet there have been fringe interpretations of this poem that perhaps he knew of some off-earth navy fleet and was mind controlled to crack up and kill people because of what was coming in the fall. An event that everyone is thinking about.
The poem had sparked a lot of talk about ISON and that the shooter was preoccupied with an alien arrival of some kind. Now keep in mind that we do not know if this poem was written by him or that it is a red herring to mislead the public into believing that he was a conspiracy theory UFO cultist.
The author of the poem indicated that there will be an event on December 17th, 2013. The event will include the appearance of what is described as “ancient sailors of space and time.”
In the year of 1997, the ‘away team’ left and went to heaven.
Believe it or not, there are a lot of people that do not know the significance of these lines.
Immediately I knew that the lines were referencing the members of the Heaven’s Gate cult. The 39 members of the strange cult actually committed mass suicide by taking pills blended with applesauce.
This reinforces the ‘mass suicide pill’ meme that is now floating around about Aaron Alexis.
The cult members were dressed in uniforms complete with Nike Tennis shoes and a purple shroud that was used to cover their faces. The crew were found dead and perfectly laid on bunk beds in a large home located in Rancho Santa Fe, California.
As the authorities went about the sad task of notifying and talking with relatives of the members of the Heaven’s Gate UFO sect, a farewell videotape made by the group that considered themselves an “away team” suggested that they had gone to their deaths quite happily and to the horror of the rest of the world willingly.
He also was later prone to paranoia and eventually started to hear voices.
It is coincidental that the Heaven’s Gate cult leader Marshall Appelwhite also started to hear voices telling him that he was Jesus and organized his cult with many of the members being computer experts. In fact, few of them were under contract with Military intelligence operations.
Cowley wrote: “as the Heaven’s Gate tragedy reminds us, hosts who swallow both the heaven-is-ours and the end-is-near memes may conclude the end is theirs to hasten – and hasten it. But a virus that kills its host doesn’t always kill itself.“
It is interesting that a quotes such as this is wasted for deaths of what was called a crazy cult, when the reality now is that politicians that remind us that “the world is ours” and “the other hates us and wants our defeat” memes may conclude that a strike on another country is there’s to hasten and that a scapegoat or other can be killed very easily, and many will die trying to kill them, but the leader or leaders that order it will not and never go into battle and put themselves at the same risk that they put their followers in. We are also seeing this suicide trope being sold by Barack Obama about Syria.
In what appears to be a godless world, it is hard to avoid an ominous dark future and harder still is the ability to fight it.
Did Aaron Alexis see dark future ahead? He was often said to have been really upset after being a part of the rescue efforts of the September 11th, attacks.
He also can very well be a patsy that is now being used in the media and speculated about on the internet, where planted disinformation is conveniently being created in order to distract the media and the internet from the frightening reality of gang stalking and harassment from rogue agents or worse.
CBS and NBC both reported that Rollie Chance was the suspect and that he was booked at 1:00 PM EDT on Monday the 16th of September. Later NBC News political director Chuck Todd tweeted: “NBC News: we are now NOT reporting name of shooter; retracting the original report and deleting all tweets that mentioned Rollie Chance.”
It was interesting to note that even though Aaron Alexis was killed and then crowned the lone gunman in this case, Rollie Chance’s identification was found at the scene.
The ambiguity of this case is so peculiar and yet most of the awkward information about Alexis is unnerving – if not a reason to be curious about brainwashed patsies and mind controlled pawns that are made to look crazy even though they might have been involved with some elaborate end game scenario. Of course, the entire ‘cosmic suicide trope’ will be buried in nonsensical hogwash about gun control and whether or not Aaron Alexis stopped being a Buddhist and decided to become a Muslim.
Which is far more offensive then creating a website and making him part of the away team that had preoccupations with aliens and comets.