A few days before the time of writing, on May the 23rd, there was a killing spree in Isla Vista, California USA in which three men in an apartment were stabbed to death and soon afterwards a number of people were shot dead at a nearby students' accommodation block at the University of California Santa Barbara; two people were killed and three wounded. Then a student was shot dead outside a shop on a nearby street and several other people were hit along the road by shots allegedly fired from a passing car. The police responded and chased the car. There was an exchange of gunfire between them and the gunman in the car. This ended, we are told, when the gunman took his own life by shooting himself. See: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/10854953/Idyllic-university-town-shattered-by-gun-massacre.html. The perpetrator was quickly named as Elliot Rodger a twenty-two year old who attended the university where he had carried out some of his attacks. He was the son of Peter Rodger who was a well-known film-maker and had recently directed a unit in the movie The Hunger Games. A few hours before the spree he recorded this YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQUW3Km01BM&bpctr=1401377669. In this chilling vlog he announces his plans to "have revenge" against humanity. He starts by explaining his sexual frustration due to the fact he can't attract girls. He resents the girls at his college for rejecting him and says he wants to kill them in retribution. Then he says that after he's killed all the women at the college accommodation blocks he'll head out onto the
Isla Vista streets and kill as many random strangers
as he can; this is of course what happened. He says he hates mankind and wants
to reduce people to "mountains of skulls and rivers of blood". He
states narcissistically: "I'll be a God, exacting my retribution!"
The question has inevitably gone out in the conspiratorial community: Is everything as it seems? I personally think it's too soon to know for sure, but this does not mean we shouldn't ask. Nobody should feel guilty for wondering, nor criticize others for doing so. We have been faced with a whole series of very blatantly suspicious events in recent months, for example see: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/sandy-hook-memorial-defaced.html and: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/lee-rigby-patsies-get-life.html, so please do not tell me I should automatically believe that this latest atrocity happened exactly as the media has told us it did! The call has inevitably gone out for more gun control in the United States, including from the father of one of the people shot, as if the US Government didn't already enjoy supremacy of force! The first odd thing that strikes me about Rodger's death video is that the emotion in it seems very affected. Notice how he stops talking and sniggers every now and again; this appears to be very forced and bogus. The things he says also sound like he's reading out some dialogue from a cheap "revenge of the nerd" novel or B-movie. Lots of cliches, nothing original, nothing even particularly personal; it comes across as a sham. If this is another faked gun attack then why was it done? If the authorities already have a monopoly of force then why do they need to disarm the American people even more? I posed these same questions over
Sandy Hook; I have no answers
at the present time. I also don't dismiss the possibility that this is, for a
change, a real event which is exactly as we've been told on the news. A
disturbing side-effect of this crime has been how it has been exploited by feminism.
The Twitter hashtag #YesAllWomen has
been filled with Tweets by people claiming Roger's misogyny is connected with
general abuse of and hostility towards women. Luckily a response: #NotAllMen has rightly challenged that
notion. It is fairly predictable that feminists would do this kind of thing. Feminism
concerns me enormously because of all the forms of cultural Marxist brainwashing
in society; it is the most widespread and the most ruthless. It is completely divorced
from rationality and devoid of any sense of fair play. See here for background: http://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.co.uk/2014/05/programme-86-podcast-dave-rave-part-3.html.
So whether Elliot Rodger was an actor, a mind-controlled assassin or a mentally
ill student with a chip on his shoulder, there's no doubt that what he did is
being used as psychological warfare of one kind or another.