Manipulating Public Perception

My comments on this news:

Initial reports of the shooting at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticutt, mentioned two if not three gunmen. Quickly, however, newstories settled on actions by a single, deranged teenager. Heed, therefore, the observation of Mike Adams, "'One of the most important red flags of a staged shooting is a second gunman'”....
Wonder not why manipulators of public perceptions strive to erase reports of second shooters or criminals in high-profile crime. A key element in controlling public perception is to blame the chosen perpetrator[s].
Allow uncertainty to persist, and a questioning public might arrive at conclusions that do not suit the official agenda. Who, How, and Why are dangerously leading questions. Motives might be exposed.
Part of a long-running agenda in the United States can be guessed: Limit the right of every American to own guns; neuter the Second Amendment;  trample upon every person's Natural [or God-given] right of self-defense. 
The narrative that guns encourage violent crime ignores that Connecticutt has some of the stiffest gun laws of any State in the United States. If restricting citizens' access to guns actually reduced shootings, one would least expect a horrific massacre to occur in Connecticutt.
Also widely ignored is that violent crime has declined since many States enacted laws that allow most citizens to carry concealed weapons, and that other States allow carrying unconcealed weapons without permitting of any kind. These are the very States in which the decline in violent crime is most marked. [For documentation, see the work of Dr. John Lott.]
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