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    Bloomberg (naturally) focuses on terror suspect's gun purchase

    Whatever else anti-gun New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg may be, he is predictable.


    It took less than 24 hours after authorities disclosed that a firearm was recovered from Times Square terror-bomb suspect Faisal Shahzad’s car – left parked at Kennedy International Airport when he was apprehended trying to flee the country – for Bloomberg to appear before a Senate committee, calling for tighter gun restrictions.



    http://www.examiner.com/x-4525-Seattle-Gun-Rights-Examiner~y2010m5d5-Bloomberg-naturally-focuses-on-terror-suspects-firearm



    Or try this

    http://tinyurl.com/2g5wwh8

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    Its called a mockingbird psy-op. They work really well. And the media has been using them for years.

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    Hopefully the New yorks examiner writes as intelligently as you do and it gets out into the hands of their public. Some very good points Dave, and I completely agree, he is out there somewhere. What makes me wonder, is, what is the total body count, that we have to lose before something drastic is done about immigration? 9-11 wasnt enough I guess. I also wonder when did he become a citizen compared to the gun purchase?
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    "mockingbird psy-op"? Can you say more, or maybe provide a link? My google-fu is worthless this evening, it seems...

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    kparker wrote:
    "mockingbird psy-op"? Can you say more, or maybe provide a link? My google-fu is worthless this evening, it seems...
    Well Operation Mockingbird is a CIA program started to place people inside the media. Google Operation Mockingbird and you will find alot of different info on this operation and when it was started. Psy-op is short for Psychological Operation. Which is what Mockingbird is. It is a way to control masses through the media and misinformation. Propaganda is also another form of psy-op. Cheers

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    OK, thanks. "Operation Mockingbird" was the key to a meaningful search.

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    Well, he IS a citizen of the country (unfortunately) and could have bought that rifle legally. (At least this is my understanding.)

    So what if he had a rifle? I'm more worried about this guy buying a car with no papers, and managing to get on a damn plane before they caught him. I thought one-way tickets with no luggage were flagged for scrutiny now?

    Bah.
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    killchain wrote:
    Well, he IS a citizen of the country (unfortunately) and could have bought that rifle legally. (At least this is my understanding.)

    So what if he had a rifle? I'm more worried about this guy buying a car with no papers, and managing to get on a damn plane before they caught him. I thought one-way tickets with no luggage were flagged for scrutiny now?

    Bah.
    One way ticket. No luggage. Paid Cash. Booked an hour before the flight.

    However, he was LEAVING the United States, not entering.
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    gogodawgs wrote:
    killchain wrote:
    Well, he IS a citizen of the country (unfortunately) and could have bought that rifle legally. (At least this is my understanding.)

    So what if he had a rifle? I'm more worried about this guy buying a car with no papers, and managing to get on a damn plane before they caught him. I thought one-way tickets with no luggage were flagged for scrutiny now?

    Bah.
    One way ticket. No luggage. Paid Cash. Booked an hour before the flight.

    However, he was LEAVING the United States, not entering.
    Should be the same way. Not everyone who does that is trying to commit suicide. They may be trying to RUN.
    "War is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse. The person who has nothing for which he is willing to fight, nothing which is more important than his own personal safety, is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by the exertions of better men than himself." -John Stuart Mill

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    killchain wrote:
    gogodawgs wrote:
    killchain wrote:
    Well, he IS a citizen of the country (unfortunately) and could have bought that rifle legally. (At least this is my understanding.)

    So what if he had a rifle? I'm more worried about this guy buying a car with no papers, and managing to get on a damn plane before they caught him. I thought one-way tickets with no luggage were flagged for scrutiny now?

    Bah.
    One way ticket. No luggage. Paid Cash. Booked an hour before the flight.

    However, he was LEAVING the United States, not entering.
    Should be the same way. Not everyone who does that is trying to commit suicide. They may be trying to RUN.
    I completely agree. I am just showing something the Feds forgot. Why? I don't know, the plane would be completely fueled up and ready to crash. Yikes.
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