This is the Internet, so it didn’t take long for Twitter to be flooded with conspiracies calling today’s shooting at Los Angeles International Airport a false flag operation. For what reason? Take your pick.

https://twitter.com/BrockTerrano/status/396432452719091712

https://twitter.com/ImTravistyOne/status/396424177596375040

https://twitter.com/JrWolf94/status/396411242299944960

https://twitter.com/TheMightyCain/status/396402163200446464

https://twitter.com/omgitsdiscojim/status/396386466332704768

https://twitter.com/cosmicgnostic/status/396423233127202816

https://twitter.com/BenVernes/status/396413832991899648

Oh, and about that name … Paul Ciancia?

https://twitter.com/makmak47/status/396377549741105152

https://twitter.com/Ryan11Langley/status/396432353402171393

Why CIA n CIA, then? Isn’t that a little too obvious?

  • Hyperion

    Its good to see people questioning the official narrative. Its a damned good sign.

    They bring up some solid points. Wonder where it really will go.

    • StotheOB

      I really want to know why the TSA supposedly handed out a memo stating, and FBI were similarly saying, he was one of theirs – and then the story changes to “not one of ours, but we will give no comment on him” (i mean, where did they even get that in the first place? Its a tad odd for an agency to first come out and say “yeah, he’s ours” only to change it afterward)

      Just odd, ya know. So yeah, I don’t mind them at least questioning things a bit before instantly believing whatever storythey try to feed us (most of the time they might be truthful, but sometimes they aren’t. ..)

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      Can’t a tragedy be a tragedy without it being used for people’s personal politics and theories? This false flag sh-t is complete and utter nonsense. It is every bit as shallow and opportunistic as liberals who scream for gun control after every shooting. Facts lead to a conclusion not facts being distorted and twisted in order to fit your own personal conclusion/theory.

      • John Stebner

        Oh so you seen the shooter shooting? Show us?

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          Show me proof of a false flag.

          • steveday72

            I guess the proof that it’s another false-flag will be if no tangible evidence is put forward showing Ciancia shooting in the airport – ie: video cameras everywhere, but none show Adam Lanza in the school (incidentally, 35 homes in Sandy Hook were “gifted” to people in Dec 2009 – they were surrounding the Lanza home).

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            So evidence of a false flag will be no evidence? You realize that is why we can’t take you seriously. Videos of shootings rarely get released to the public due to respect for the victims so let’s quit acting like it is a conspiracy. Their were plenty of eyewitnesses to it but I’m guessing you will say they were in on it too. *eye roll*

            “incidentally, 35 homes in Sandy Hook were “gifted” to people in Dec 2009 – they were surrounding the Lanza home”

            This is a coincidental anecdote and isn’t evidence even if it is true, which I doubt it is. This is only kind of so-called ‘evidence’ along with twisted conclusions that I have seen from conspiracy theorists.

          • A K

            Have you seen the video of the Egyptian crisis actors pretending to be shot during a protest while everyone freezes for the camera to take the money shot? This stuff happens man, it’s real. They were caught red-handed though. In the US the budget must be huge for these propaganda operations, all the major networks play along and everyone involved makes big money. How long do you want to deny that this can’t be possible?

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I suggest getting your information from somewhere besides Infowars because everything you just said is nonsense.

          • A K

            Ben, I watched a group of “protesters” stand as still as they can be while pretending to be shot up, fake blood splashed on them and everything. All the while a guy with a camera goes around and takes still shots for the western media. You can see this in 100% HD undeniable live footage of the entire fakery. I’m not talking about analysing some grainy video for traces of phantom blood bags, I’m taking about Bagdad Bob “The American’s are not invading” with tanks rolling behind him type sh!t. I suggest lay off the PCP Ben, your delusions of gradure are catching up to you.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Do you know the context of the video and has it been verified by multiple CREDIBLE sources? If there is are these sources other conspiracy theorists with a vested interest in seeing it proven? Is there other credible evidence to corroborate it? I’m guessing not. For all you know it could be a bunch of actors Alex Jones hired to ‘prove’ one of his batsh-t theories. It could also be from an actual Hollywood movie. Also doesn’t the fact itself that it is in HD not send up a red flag? These are the questions you need to be asking before you even THINK about believing something like this because if something seems fake it usually is. I suggest not being so naive and buying into everything you see on the internet.

          • John

            How about you look up the evidence yourself! Or just continue to sit back and be spoon fed the official story that is so full of holes that it’s laughable!

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIKdmbAWYVU

            Nick Pugh AKA Mark Walsh AKA Who Knows?

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0BC7dzsPBMY

            Witness that said Paul was in TSA uniform

            http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/11/01/21277650-gunman-opens-fire-at-lax-killing-tsa-worker-and-wounding-others

            Article that says he was shot primarily in the chest

            http://news.yahoo.com/shooting-reported-at-lax-international-terminal-171446507.html

            Article mentioning that he was in fatigues

            http://thenypost.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/shoot-pic-3.jpg

            Picture of body does not support claims by news or witnesses

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            So your ‘evidence’ is a bunch of circumstantial BS tentatively linked together with moron logic by other conspiracy theorists with wild imaginations and access to youtube and a blog without any other legitimate sources whatsoever to back it up? No thanks, try again.

          • John

            How is this stuff moron logic? I doubt you even looked at this stuff. The official story that was given to us was that the shooter was wearing fatigues and then this man says that the shooter was diguised as a TSA agent. In the picture of “Paul Ciancia” on the ground with blood he isn’t wearing any of those clothes. I don’t think you want to debate because it seems all you want to do is ridicule, pointing out that this stuff is on YouTube even though this is information that the news reported because you’re a close minded, sardonic idiot.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            You are basing an assumption off of the eyewitness testimony of one guy(who hasn’t even been vetted) when many others dispute his claims. Who took that picture and is it even the shooter? Are there other stories to corroborate it? Where is your skepticism towards that? I don’t need to know anything other than that to disregard it. People like you are so hungry to turn everything into a conspiracy that you disregard simple logic and rationality. I bet you that whatever evidence was presented to you that you would still believe it to be a false flag.

          • A K

            Ben, since you are the most respected analyst refuting the existance of crisis actors, please give us your detailed analysis on the following,

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5LVkHrfhxw

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I never made such claim so quit pretending I did. All I said is I don’t take much stock in something without corroborating evidence like most rational people with an IQ above 80. This really isn’t hard to understand.

          • A K

            You’re also going to quite some extremes concerning your conspiracy theory about Alex Jones. It doesn’t seem logical that one can believe Alex Jones is capable of making fake crisis actor footage to ‘prove’ a theory which he won’t even touch with a 10-foot pole, but denyy that a bunch of asshole prick authoritarian Hollywood liberal types with millions of dollars and a motive wouldn’t do the same.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            What the f-ck are you even talking about? I was just giving examples that the video could be any number of things especially when it hasn’t been verified and has nothing else to back it up. Quit being so gullible and buying everything Alex Jones says.

          • A K

            I don’t know that the video is credible, but I also don’t believe the CIA News Network is credible either, so we have to put them on equal footing. I’m very curious why you haven’t made a video debunking all these Alex Jones theories you talk about but can’t actually reference. If there was actual video or sound recordings of Alex talking about crisis actors I would be using the sound samples to make some creepy audio tracks, but unfortunately Alex doesn’t get into that type of stuff so I’m out of luck. Since you’re just a keyboard warrior you’re incapable of providing any evidence or proof, only conjecture.

            So on it’s face, you’ll believe a radio show host will conduct a massive false-flag propaganda campaign of video fakery without a shred of evidence, but not Hollywood and the military! Hollywood and the military wouldn’t do THAT! Hollywood and the military wouldn’t make a “Lone Gunmen” episode go down EXACTLY like 9/11 six months before it happens for real!?!

            I mean, just because the military envisioned “a series of well coordinated incidents to take place in and around” the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This included dressing “friendly” Cubans in Cuban military uniforms and then have them “start riots near the main gate of the base. Others would pretend to be saboteurs inside the base. Ammunition would be blown up, fires started, aircraft sabotaged, mortars fired at the base with damage to installations.”

            or

            “create an incident which will demonstrate convincingly that a Cuban aircraft has attacked and shot down a chartered civil airliner en route from the United States to Jamaica, Guatemala, Panama or Venezuela. The destination would be chosen only to cause the flight plan route to cross Cuba. The passengers could be a group of college students off on a holiday or any grouping of persons with a common interest to support chartering a non-scheduled flight.”

            or

            “We could blow up a U.S. ship in Guantanamo Bay and blame Cuba,” they proposed; “casualty lists in U.S. newspapers would cause a helpful wave of national
            indignation.”

            Time to grow up and face the hard truth Benjamin, time to be a BIG BOY and face it that you’ve been DUPED!

        • jarenolds

          So you saw the CIA organizing the entire thing? Show us. Which one is more likely I wonder. Obviously we all can’t be at every situation at every moment so it would be very difficult for all of us to verify the action of every person to make sure it isn’t a conspiracy. But why don’t we always just assume that it is.

  • mickeyco

    That’s just plain scary.

  • HanaFiveO

    Sometimes Twitter can be a wee bit scary. I hope these folks are being facetious. Otherwise the “CNN is spewing complete propaganda thru the mind control television” one makes me a little nervous.

    • Hyperion

      Mind Control? Hell no But they sure as hell are Propagandists. No one questions the official story any more outside people like us. Look how QUICK the narrative flipped around. You really think something ISNT going on? ‘Never Waste a Crisis’ is how this administration operates.

      • HanaFiveO

        I think after indoctrination to violence, to destroying your enemy, entitlement on steroids and the cleansing of critical thinking skills and independent thinking and generational failure of our mental health systems….we are seeing the natural results.
        Whether the government is dialing the telephone to launch Manchurian candidates is a completely different discussion than Im willing to have at this point in time.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          The thing that these conspiracy theorists have missed is that Obama does his most devious stuff out in the complete open with an adoring media completely ignoring it.

          • HanaFiveO

            So true. When you can spout your lies from the bully pulpit and have lapdog media repeat it 24 hours a day, I’m not sure you even need to dial the phone anymore. We might have reached the stage of successful indoctrination that the need to trigger anything has become obsolete.

          • steveday72

            Apart from Fast & Furious, Benghazi, IRS.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            All of those happened out in the open with plenty of well-documented reliable evidence(i.e. the government’s own documents) to back them up. The media chose to ignore it until conservatives and GOP Congressman decided to push. No such reliable evidence exists for these tragedies being false flags other than poorly-linked anecdotal observations made by idiotic conspiracy nuts.

      • twas brillig

        Propaganduh is a form of mind control. DUH!

      • jarenolds

        I like that you people always try to act like you are the only ones informed, that you are above the influence. You are just influenced by other people and you form opinions based on absolutely no facts that suit your world view. That doesn’t sound like it is any better than what anyone else is doing to me.

    • Michelle ✓classified

      “I hope these folks are being facetious.”

      Unfortunately, they are being completely serious.

      • HanaFiveO

        That’s what I’m afraid of.

  • BoscoBolt

    Well, the official story is rather suspicious. I mean – the guy was supposedly carrying “anti-government materials” (huh?), and a hand-written note saying that he wants to kill “PIGS” and TSA agents? What?

    Sadly, we have no reason to beleive that the media, law enforcement, or OUR government are going to tell us the ruth about this incident – or any “event” such as this.

  • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

    OK fine you got me. I am the LAX shooter. FREE TIBET

    • mickeyco

      love it, blah

    • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

      You know, I’ve always wanted to post a sign that reads “Free Tibet to a Good Home.”

    • mike_in_kosovo

      FREE TIBET

      With your purchase of Tibet at normal price.

      • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

        In the words of Larry the Cable Guy, “I don’t care who you are, thats funny.”

      • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

        No, that’s when you get TWO FREE TIBETS

    • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

      If China loves TIBET, they should set it free. If TIBET loves China, it will come home.

    • NRPax

      If I get a Free Tibet, can you throw in a Free Mumia as well?

      • CDub

        No, but you can get free HBO

      • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

        No but I have 2 Darfurs and 1 Ethiopia. Although Ethiopia is like really old and no one wants it anymore.

        • NRPax

          You kidding me? Ethopia is retro enough that I can enjoy it ironically.

          • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

            You mean enjoy it like one enjoys the holes in the ozone layer. In case you’re interested I have 3 of those and also my guy maybe has 2 more. But he is known for hiking up prices. :/

      • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

        How about a free bran muffin?

  • Stephen L. Hall #NonquamTrump

    The real problem with Conspiracy Theorists: Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

    • Hyperion

      The real problem is we’ve been proven right a TON more than that over the past 5 years.

      • R.C.

        examples?

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        By ‘proven right’ you mean you have called other tragedies false flags that aren’t false flags.

        • Hyperion

          No i dont. I mean on other areas.

      • Hyperion

        Start with the NSA spying and the Telecom net and how every aspect of privacy has been torn away.

        Look at what the TSA NSA IRS have been doing with guns and ammo. (oh and the IRS has now ARMED agents and control of OUR HEALTH CARE!)

        Follow EVERYTHING we’ve declared about Obamacare and its lack of information saftey. Us So-Called Conspiracy theorists have been infact truth tellers.

        The speed at which this narrative turned and the philosophy by THIS white house of ‘never waste a crisis’ breeds an ENTIRE lack of trust TO ANY branch of the government. Even the military. If you’re not questioning the official story at this point you are not doing your job when you have a press ACTIVELY engaging in COVERING UP for this president.

  • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

    OK but in all seriousness the first thought I had was – oh looky here just when we needed a distraction from the Obamacare catastrophe.

    • Allan Hamilton

      My ONLY reservation about this theory is that it occurred at the worst time for the needed widespread coverage that would gin up more animosity in favor of the regime. It’s a well known fact that releasing unfavorable documents or information on Friday (and afternoon for the east coast) is the best way to minimize it’s negative impact and send it on the quick trip to the dustbin. If this was a planned operation, why didn’t it happen on a Monday or midweek with plenty of time for the talking heads to get their stories straight and hit the Sunday shows?

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      I don’t doubt that it is a distraction, but I reject all of this false flag nonsense. As screwed up as our world is it isn’t hard to find a story that fits their narrative to distract people with so they really have no need to create fake ones.

      • Thomas Darkvane

        You know I used to believe as you do. Sad part about it is, there is nothing you can put past this admin. Seriously, look at all of the scandals, then look at what has happened during these scandals. One, maybe even two things you can go yeah it is a coincidence. But there are over 50 different stories of what this admin is accused of doing and look at each one of them. They have some type of incident that took your eyes off of them. Everything that everyone said he would do in his second term, are coming up correct. Then there is the Valerie Jarrett quote after the 2nd term election that is going around as a meme. Read those words of hers and tell me that everyone is seeing more than what they should. Sorry I just do not see how you can look past all of this and not come to the same conclusions everyone else has come to realize. If they are not running false flags. Then the world is full of coincidences and in reality we know this not to be true.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          Who needs false flags when he has the media in his pocket to spin stories any way he wants them to? Look at George Zimmerman. It was simple self-defense and shouldn’t have even went to trial but because Obama wanted to make it about race and gun control they went along with it. If the facts don’t match the narrative then the media spins them so that they do. As I said in another post, he does all of this sh-t right out in the open so why in the hell would he need to create false flags? There are enough true stories out there he can exploit. When it comes to Obama the actual facts are bad enough that people don’t need to bring cockamamie hair-brained false flag theories that make you look like a kook into the conversation .

          • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

            I was gonna answer you and then saw what the Thomas dood said and I have nothing to add. I’m no conspiracy theorist but we’ve been living in the Twilight Zone for 5 years now so I don’t know anymore.

            And you’re also right except maybe they panicked couldn’t find a suitable true story unfolding right this moment and there you go. OK I sound silly to myself just typing this but then I remember who these people are.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Well, I know with Obama especially this stuff is easy to believe but I still want evidence before I jump to a conclusion. As I’ve said several times, the facts should lead us to a conclusion instead of facts being spun and distorted to fit people’s personal theories. Also, I consider the source to this false flag nonsense who has been claiming every single national tragedy since before 9/11 and including 9/11 was a false flag. That is a major reason I do not take any stock in these theories.

          • http://lordfoggybottom.com/ BlahBlah

            Of course. My point is that this admin brought us (me) to a point where one of the first things that come to mind after these events is – how did they orchestrate this? I don’t believe they did, I’m just saying it occurs to me as a possibility.

            But one thing is certain – things such as this are happening more and more often. And that is no coincidence because the atmosphere in the country is that of uncertainty, fear and division so unstable people snap.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Yep, I absolutely agree on all of that. I just hope we all end up with our sanity after this Administration.

  • mike_in_kosovo

    These are the same people that believed a ‘nano-thermite’ “inside job” took down the WTC…

    • Ntr

      No, those who believed that were your common anti-Bush leftist liberals. These are not the same people.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        They’re all hanging out over at Jonesy’s place… lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        No, they are worse. They delegitimize any argument we have by inserting their cuckoo-pants theories into conversations about actual real issues and make us lose credibility.

    • Heather K

      you are a sheep.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        You are a sheep with a different shepherd.

        • Thomas Darkvane

          Are you saying his shepherd is God? Rather it be him than the sh*ts that are in office right now.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            His shepherd is Alex Jones

  • ICOYAR

    Whatever it is they’re smoking, I want it

    • Michelle ✓classified

      No ya don’t, it apparently makes ya hella stupid and an embarrassment to yourself.

  • StotheOB

    Hey, I can’t blame uhm, honestly

    I mean, look at all the lies and crap our Gov’t has been trying to force down our throats the last couple years

    Plus, its not like the Admin hasn’t gotten people killed in an effort to force stricter gun laws; we all witnessed fast and furious, afterall…

  • ObamaFail

    It doesn’t matter what it was. All that matters is that now the MSM and the Democrats have something to distract the lemmings from the realities of Obamacare while pushing for stricter gun laws that have zero effect on criminals, only law-abiding citizens.

  • Achilles

    The one tweet is correct. This will probably lead to the TSA being armed. Every brain dead molestation agent at every airport will have a pistol or rifle. Could make a case this is a good excuse for every federal employee to carry. Does that make it a false flag? No. Will the Left exploit the dead to push less guns for citizens and more guns for Feds? Yes. It doesn’t have to be a conspiracy to be bad news for freedom.

    • Michelle ✓classified

      I don’t know about other airports other than LAX, but TSA agents will not be armed here. LAX has its own police department (LAXPD) with armed officers on patrol in the terminals at all times. They are the officers who responded so quickly today and shot the shooter. I don’t see them being armed at Logan (in Boston) either because Logan also has their own armed police in the terminals (Massport Police). Even our secondary airport (Burbank) has its own police force Is this not the case at all major airports around the country?

      • Achilles

        The argument will be that an armed TSA could have responded more quickly and prevented death or injury. And since the one killed was a TSA agent they need to be armed to protect themselves. Precisely the sort of arguments the Left ignores when it comes to citizens defending themselves will be used to arm Feds essentially. They will also argue that since the local police are patrolling the airport armed it doesn’t do any harm to give guns to TSA.

        • Michelle ✓classified

          Maybe you’ve never been through LAX? The LAX police officers are right there…standing at security. They stand on the other side of x-ray and scanners, in addition to all around the terminals. Folks can argue it all they want, it’s not going to happen. TSA agents are not law enforcement officers.

          • StotheOB

            First, Federal Air Marshals do carry guns, and they are part of the TSA.

            Second, the LAXPD is a division of the LAPD, and they are actually called LAAPOs. They do guard the airport, but they were removed from their “standing guard” positions a couple months ago. Now they are merely “roving patrols” – hence their not being there to stop the guy as soon as he pulled out the gun, with the shooter instead having plenty of time to go where he pleased

          • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

            Anybody got that missive from The Hindmost about a civilian security force, equally well equipped and trained as the US Military ?

            Yeah, this is getting a bit disturbing. Apparently the effectiveness of the experimental program to give Ranger Smith a weapon so that he could drag people out of their businesses and homes was not deemed a pass, so now we have to give weapons to the Gropers so that they can make the women folk get the full-on ‘raped at gunpoint’ experience every time they fly.

          • StotheOB

            hey, just be happy someone is armed to help keep the rather poorly secured location safe!

            This is hardly the first time people have started shooting up LAX, and the last time people lost their lives that I am aware of, it took armed guards from the Israeli flights to take him down – which they did in no time with multiple gut shots instead of this pussy-foot disabling leg-shot crap seen today. (and that was, if I recall correctly, on 4th of July, 2002 – you know, the first Fourth after 9/11; a time you might expect security to be a tad heightened if you were thinking logically… But logic at LAX is an oxymoron, honestly)

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Did you not see this part of my comment?

            “TSA agents are not law enforcement officers.” See the word AGENTS?

            LAXPD is it’s own police department that works with LAPD It is not a “division” of LAPD. A “division” of LAPD is West Valley, Hollywood, Rampart, Van Nuys, Foothill, etc.

            LAXPD is a DIVISION of Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), it’s own entity. LAXPD and LAPD worked together, but they are not the same entity. LAPD provides back up for LAXPD with explosives detection, SWAT, special services when LAXPD asks for it.

            I strongly encourage you to look that up. It’s a solid fact.

            Also, LAXPD officers do in fact stand at security – they are there to keep things under control first by their visual presence (Use of Force 101). They weren’t able to shoot him before he shot anyone because he was on one of security, they were on the other. Did you expect them to start shooting at him with civilians all around, beside and behind him?

          • StotheOB

            yeah, yeah, yeah… I know from prior encounters with your nonsense that you like to argue and argue and argue and rant and rant and rant anytime anyone says anything that doesnt fit into your little la-la-land statements, so I am not going to argue with you again

            That said, if you were actually worried about facts instead of what you want to tell people is the case, you could just listen to the damn officers on the scene who were saying they are no longer standing officers, and are instead roving patrols

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Sorry reality is so troubling for ya, but I better understand your issue with “la la land” Excellent idea to not argue with me about, because here’s the facts – argue with them:

            http://www.lawa.org/airportpolice/

            I flew out of LAX just a few weeks ago for a quick trip, police officers were standing right there at security. But you’re right, what I saw with my own eyes was just la la land BS.

            If you don’t like my ranting, then stop telling BS lies that need to be corrected.

          • StotheOB

            you are a hypersensitive whinny b* – and you show that constantly. I dont really care what your definition or reality is

            But here, dumba*, since you seem to have no freaking idea what actually happened today

            Shortly after 9 a.m., the man entered the third of LAX’s
            nine terminals through the main door, pulled an AR-15 assault rifle out of a bag and “began to open fire,” said Los Angeles World Airports Police Chief Patrick Gannon.

            “The man walked up one flights of stairs, to the entrance of the security checkpoint; it is there, officials said, where at least three TSA officers were shot. He then entered the airport itself, walking with determination past a candy shop, a newsstand and a bookstore. An airport police officer and sergeant engaged the gunman in a brief gunfight near a food court”

            … but your fantasy land scenario of the guards actually being at the checkpoint and apparently running away to meet him way down at the food court after he walked around the place for a while is probably more logical, I guess… *sigh*

            Also, (almost) straight from the horses mouth:

            “Months before Friday’s shooting at LAX, officials removed armed police officers from their permanent assignments protecting TSA checkpoints, one veteran airport police officer told The Times.

            Those officers were moved roving patrols in the passenger terminals, said Marshall McClain, an airport police officer and president of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Assn.”

            …but once again, he is certainly wrong because you have your “reality” land where you are right and blahblahblah

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Sorry buddy, stopped reading after the first sentence. You clearly just need someone to lash out at and it’s not going to be me. I’m not reading your hate-filled angry posts anymore and I do believe for your own peace and happiness, you should stop reading mine. In fact, aren’t you the fella who just typed this, “…so I am not going to argue with you again.”

          • StotheOB

            fine, ignore the actual facts – I would expect nothing less from you; its what you always do

            oh, and dont give me your “I will pray for you” nonsense which is probably going to follow as I know it is just that, nonsense – you generally follow those up with your obsessive compulsive attacking when you go back and edit all your posts after the fact to include all your childish attacks

          • Michelle ✓classified

            Last comment to you, ever. Seriously, you should get some help for your anger issues. I ignore facts?

            Who’s the guy who starting this whole convo by trying to explain to me Air Marshals are armed, when I said TSA Agents are not armed? Some reading comprehension skills classes would do you some good.

            Second, who’s the guy who tried to tell me that LAXPD is a division of LAPD? That’s absolute BS and you got called on it. Who doesn’t like facts?

            Your anger is so over the top (and hilarious). Seriously, for your own peace of mind, just ignore me in the future, completely ignore me. I’ve said all I’m ever going to say to you. And you may have the last word. Something tells me you aren’t happy unless you have it, and I would like for you to be happy. I won’t be reading it, but I’ll find comfort knowing you took joy in having the last word. My gift to you. I hope things get better for you and you get some help for all the bitterness. Take care.

          • StotheOB

            again, facts:

            Shortly after 9 a.m., the man entered the third of LAX’s
            nine terminals through the main door, pulled an AR-15 assault rifle out of abag and “began to open fire,” said Los Angeles World Airports Police Chief Patrick Gannon.

            “The man walked up one flights of stairs, to the entrance of
            the security checkpoint; it is there, officials said, where at least three TSA officers were shot. He then entered the airport itself, walking with determination past a candy shop, a newsstand and a bookstore. An airport police officer and sergeant engaged the gunman in a brief gunfight near a food court”

            … but your fantasy land scenario of the guards actually being at the checkpoint and apparently running away to meet him way down at the food court after he walked around the place for a while is probably more logical, I guess… *sigh*

            Also, (almost) straight from the horses mouth:

            “Months before Friday’s shooting at LAX, officials removed armed police officers from their permanent assignments protecting TSA checkpoints, one veteran airport police officer told The Times.

            Those officers were moved roving patrols in the passenger
            terminals, said Marshall McClain, an airport police officer and president of the Los Angeles Airport Peace Officers Assn.”

            …but once again, he is certainly wrong because you have your “reality” land where you are right and blahblahblah

            but I expect you will just go back to your head in the sand, what I say is reality, la-la land of telling people what is “really” the case regardless of the actual world around us

          • AMERICAN Kafir™✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈwhitey

            I totally just rofled.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            My much adored KAdams, please tell me the reason you rofled is because this fool once again accused me to altering my comments. It’s not the first time he’s claimed I do that and I’ve already explained to him the only edits I make to my comments are when I see a typo that needs to be fixed. When I say to a person who seems so angry toward a total stranger, and I say I will pray for them….I actually do. I pray they find inner peace and happiness. Going through life so hostile is no way to be and not what God wants for us.

          • Achilles

            “TSA agents are not law enforcement officers.”

            Says who? Obama changes laws or subverts them on a whim. You think it has to be necessary, efficient, or effective. You don’t get the civilian army as big as the military Obama was talking about by worrying about employee definitions or laws. What King Obama wants King Obama gets. Going to happen.

          • StotheOB

            dont bother, she doesnt know what she is talking about, and doesnt care about actual facts. Officers are not standing around anywhere – they have been ‘roving patrols” for months now …and there are already TSA agents with guns standing around in the airport – they are called Marshals

          • liberalssuck

            In Denver the same thing cops all around the security lanes.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I’ve seen that myself – sometimes have layovers in Denver and when time permits, head outside between flights for some air. But according to a hostile fella on here, I’m imagining that being the case at LAX. By the way, I find the tornado shelter signs ALL over Denver airport to be delightfully frightening! :-)

          • liberalssuck

            Yea they put the airport of very flat land and the storm that roll thru do spawn a few tornadoes and such, lol It is funny that they did not respond faster. I know from Denver at every security area 1-3 cops around the there at all times. I do not fly so I can not say how many are in the passenger area’s, I have just noticed this from taking friends and family to the airport.

          • Michelle ✓classified

            I fly frequenty and through major airports. It’s extremely common to see armed police officers mostly in the unsecured areas of an airport, less so at the gates since it’s (perhaps wrongly?) assumed those at the gates aren’t much of a threat because they’ve already been screened. I know for certain that at the airports I use most often (LAX and Burbank) armed police officers can be found outside on the sidewalk, in the ticket area and at TSA screening areas. Meh – but anyway, we’re beating a dead horse. :-) The fool who started this whole convo stated with such confidence that LAXPD is a “division” of LAPD when they are not. And got angry with me when I said TSA Agents aren’t armed, when that’s a solid fact.

            Anyway, at first the tornado shelter signs at Denver alarmed me, now they amuse me…unless there really IS a tornado! Denver airport is pretty darn nice and easy to figure out, they did a good job with it’s design.

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      I have a fair amount of criticism for the TSA but them being allowed to carry would be one of the few things that makes sense since they are on the frontlines. They should be able to protect themselves and others from potential criminals. If you aren’t scared of law enforcement having guns then why would you care if the TSA does?

      • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

        With the exception of the Air Marshal program (as somebody already noted is armed) the Gropers simply are not properly screened to suddenly start taking them to a concealed carry course and give them weapons.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          If that is what you really think then what business do average citizens like you or me have carrying a firearm? I don’t get your reasoning.

          • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

            You raise a valid concern. I don’t know if I can answer your question adequately in this medium. Basically, outside of the Air Marshals, the TSA serves no purpose but to remind the traveling public that we are no longer a free people. First the TSA was only in airports, now we see them spreading out in to train and bus stations. We see them appearing at large public events as well. Secondly, the misconduct of many of the screeners: theft, bribery, sexual harassment, and other actions that show a consistent thread of moral irresponsibility.

            If the DHS to adopt the methods used by the Israelis, and were to fire the whole lot, rehire with careful attention to background checks and qualifications, then thoroughly train them, I would have a different opinion. Because at that point, I would have a high degree of confidence in their judgment and skills.

            Until them, giving the screeners weapons is tantamount to placing the NBPP in charge of polling stations.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I would agree with most of that although I think if the TSA had stuck with their original intent of finding terrorists and would have been reasonable about it instead of harassing everyone and their grandma then they would provide a valuable service.

          • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

            I don’t think the TSA has ever been about finding terrorists. The methods they use have been proven to not work. If they wanted to find terrorists they would have adopted the methods used by the Israelis.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            I think they were at one time when they were not trying to be politically correct. I don’t believe in citizens being subjected to these things but suspicious foreigners absolutely should.

          • liberalssuck

            No, we shouldn’t, just because I or others buy a plane ticket I do not surrender my 4th amendment. Why I never fly. I now drive.

          • liberalssuck

            They also have no over site which that alone bothers me to no end. They violate their own rules time and again. They shouldn’t be armed in any way shape or form. most concealed carry folsk take this so seriously most train more then police officers. Do not get me wrong there are those that do not. Most cops maybe shoot 200 rds a month if that. I and others do more then that in a weekend day, and do drills to keep our skill sharp. However I take my safety as well as my families dang serious. All this is what is called a perishable skill. Means you get rusty if you do not keep them fresh.

      • Achilles

        You think the TSA should be armed. I think they should all be fired and go back to retrieving shopping carts from parking lots. Not sure we’ll find any common ground here. The problem is that since terror can happen anywhere the “front lines” becomes everywhere. And I’m not down for that kind of America. Random stops, DNA collection, total surveillance, tracking motorists, and so forth all done in the name of safety. Our freedom is being eroded in the name of safety. The true front line is the Constitution. A government that won’t let its citizens have guns for safety has no right demanding the same for it’s own employees.

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          I agree with CITIZENS not being subjected to those things but foreigners are a different story. If a suspicious foreigner comes into the country I want them to be checked out and have someone there to defend people in case things go wrong. The government’s very basic job is to protect it’s citizens and I don’t see that as being out of line.

          • Achilles

            Time and again the courts have ruled that it isn’t the government’s job to protect us. So what are the government guns for? It isn’t to shoot “foreigners”. Quite the contrary. The government turns a blind eye to illegal aliens and Islam. Or advances the agenda of those groups. Certainly, the TSA is far too busy molesting women and stealing property. They couldn’t catch a cold let alone a bomber.

            I provide for my safety. Not the government. Because the government does not, and cannot, care about my life. And the longer we trade away liberty for false security the worse off we will be. The Left wants us rounded up and imprisoned. Or executed. Arming low-level, untrained Federal employees is just giving the Left the armed force capable of attempting the endeavor.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            What court rulings are those? You don’t want law enforcement or the military? Arming TSA agents is going to lead us to being rounded up and imprisoned? Those people are citizens like you and me who have non-government friends and family. Citizens still have the right to have a gun and defend themselves. I don’t think I am dealing with a rational person here.

          • Achilles

            The Gestapo were German citizens. Didn’t stop them from committing atrocities. Courts have ruled the police have no duty to protect people. Not my job to Google for you. Being naive only buys you a ticket to the concentration camp.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Oky doke….

          • liberalssuck

            http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/28/politics/28scotus.html?_r=0
            Sad I remember this case, however I did not see the ruling until much later. It used to be to protect and serve, now it is to officer safety they adhere too.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            The title is misleading(which is standard for the New York Times), that case is about whether or not mandatory arrest laws in certain states for violating protective orders are up to police discretion. The idea that police are not sworn to serve and protect is completely false.

          • liberalssuck

            This is a quote from the first paragraph. “The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the police did not have a constitutional duty to protect a person from harm ” This guy killed his kids then went to the police station in Castle Rock and opened fire. he was killed by the cops at that time. Not only did eh violate the restraining order, he kidnapped the kids. They did not go after him. So not only to we have a violation of said order but kidnapping was also present. A felony here. So why did they not respond. if they had a duty to protect then the kidnapping should have had them mobilized at the least.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Police are overseen by the state so the state grants them their power not the Constitution. It is still their duty to protect. This case says though it is up to the discretion of the individual department whether to immediately allocate men and time to a situation that may or may not be an emergency. In this case it was an emergency and the police happened to have made the wrong call but the court is just saying that they shouldn’t be punished under Constitutional law for that . Their duty is still to protect.

      • liberalssuck

        Have you seen the number of arrest for tsa thieving and other illegal actions? They should not be armed nor should they even be doing most the crap they pull. My opinion only!

        • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

          Hey, I’m not saying the TSA doesn’t need overhauled or need better employees/procedures but if they are searching people for weapons shouldn’t someone armed be there in case someone decides to use them? I’m not even saying it has to be the TSA themselves but someone should.

          • liberalssuck

            Here in Denver we have 1-3 cops hanging around the security lines at any one time. They are supposed to be first responders more likely they pulled back to get back up in lax. They no longer have a duty to protect, now it is all about officer safety.

          • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

            Which is an issue of mismanagement but if it were properly managed that wouldn’t happen.

  • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    These are the kinds of theories that by their very nature can’t be verified or falsified.
    It’s all up for grabs, conspiracy-theory-wise.
    The only conspiracy that I know for a fact exists is the tacit conspiracy amongst most people in Government just to leave things out there, so that the more outlandish theorists will come up with bizarro stuff and the more cooler heads will more quietly and studiously attempt to ascertain patterns, when in many cases what the radar is picking up is few planes, but a lot of tin-foil confetti being dropped.

    FUD– Fear, Uncertainty, and Doubt– keeps a population on the back foot a hell of a lot better than the type of out-and-out suppression which requires more in the way of manpower, money, and time to effect– and it doesn’t have that much risk of people getting their backs up and going kamikaze. Most people aren’t going to start shooting, even if only so that they do not give away their position needlessly to little result.

    Sometimes things do happen randomly, and sometimes they don’t. But if you have no way of telling the difference, you can’t decide what you need to do in response– if anything. And, hey, the Government doesn’t want everyone following everything they do closely, any more than you want them to do it to you. They don’t want you to take any action. They want you to KEEP thinking Heinlein’s Razor, “Stupidity more often than malice.” And much of the time you’ll be right. But, as counterterrorism people say, “it’s that one time you’ll be dead wrong, that you’ll be dead.”

    Here endeth the rant.

    • Jason Call

      I believe Obama’s birth certificate is fake, and so does Joe Arpaio. I believe almost certainly that Barack Obama was born in Hawaii, and probably so does the sheriff. Still, BHO produced a lousy fake when he could have produced either a real document or a convincing fake. That’s what you mean by leaving things out there, I guess. Great post.

    • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

      Keep ranting … you do it well.

      • therealguyfaux ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

        Well, you WOULD say that– wouldn’t you? How do I know someone hasn’t put you up to it?

        (And if THAT requires a “sarc tag,” I must be losing my edge.)

        • QWYS (Hydralisk of the Swarm)

          lol, I’m am apparently delivering on the transparency that The Hindmost promised.

  • Jason Call

    The false-flag theorist takes upon himself an impossible burden of proof, when I think all he’s really trying to prove is that he once read a Tom Clancy novel.

    On the other hand, Operation Fast and Furious was an attempted false-flag operation which failed. Why don’t these Paul Reveres concentrate their energy on that one instead? Also, maybe false-flag ops aren’t that common, or that easy to pull off. Think about it: the dupe has to be competent, discreet, and willing to die; and even if you meet Mohammad Atta, are you going to be able to hire him?

    • Ntr

      So you’re using “Paul Reveres” as some sort of derogatory insult for these people?

      Anyways, there’s been plenty of information about Fast and Furious. But it seems you’ve dismissed such outlets of information and, therefore, you haven’t taken the time to look over the revelations concerning Fast and Furious.

      • Jason Call

        Yes, I mean it as a sarcastic insult, absolutely. This false-flag nuttery compares in no way to the exploits of the American Revolutionaries.
        As to Fast and Furious, the question needs to be asked of the President, how can he invoke Executive Privilege and simultaneously claim that neither he nor Holder knew about it? To raise awareness about this situation at least potentially yields more information, or criminal indictments toward a just resolution. Like I said, a more profitable expenditure of energy than these silly LAX conspiracy claims.
        Could the LAX shooting have been a high-level false flag operation? Of course it could have, but it can’t be proven, so move on.

    • JamesMc

      Do you really want these conspiracy kooks arguing for any position you agree with? Think about it. Say your having a rational conversation with another sentient adult and you’re trying to convince them that Fast and Furious needs to be investigated. These nuts are the ones that will butt in, agree with everything you said, then claim that the ‘real’ cause is the Free Masons (or jewish bankers, Lizard people, etc). Now the well has been poisoned and any person you were trying to convince thinks that you’re as insane as the kook who agrees with you. These people are the turd in punchbowl of rational discussion.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Yep, that is exactly right. Anyone who wants proof of this should see Alex Jones’ rant about gun control on Piers Morgan. Not sure what gun control has to do with the Illuminati but you know….

        • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

          Communist KKK Liberal Nazicrats do want gun control. They just want to then turn around and blame it all on the Jews.

      • Jason Call

        Had Fast and Furious been successful from Holder and Obama’s standpoint, gun dealers and their supposedly extremist, pro-gun, political enablers would have been held culpable for the Mexican drug dealers’ possessing “military-style” rifles. Obama and Holder themselves perpetrated this thing for the goal of blaming it on their political enemies, and inciting a public clamor to “do something”. The foregoing, including motives, all follows logically from the known facts. My appeal, then, to those who have a false-flag itch to scratch, is to abandon the irrational need to create conspiracies, and instead identify one that exists.
        Still, the conspiracy monger would probably say that you and I missed the forest for the trees, and that the Mexican gun-running operation was bungled on purpose to obscure the activities of Lizard People, who sneak into our homes and embed RFID tags under our skin. The nuts probably can’t be helped, and I see your point.

    • R.C.

      You’re kind of right. The theorists do not take up the impossible burden of proof. They use the impossible burden of proof as a tool to show ‘they are right’ because you or I cannot prove otherwise. And they never let common sense get in the way of a good conspiracy.

      • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

        Whereas with normal people the facts lead to a conclusion instead of facts being arranged and twisted in order to explain a conclusion.

  • Ntr

    Can you really blame these people with the leaps and bounds of untrustworthiness our government, and government entities like the TSA, have taken over the past few years?

  • Thomas, Snarkmaster General

    Or maybe these cries of “false flag” are the REAL false flags…

    Coincidence? I think not!

  • tops116 ✓Quipper

    “X marks the scene of the crime. These arrows here show the exact position of the sun at the hour of the crime. Jupiter was aligned with Pluto! The moon was in the seventh…”

  • Brad Murphy

    Dont trust our government! They want to control everything and poison our lives look at the chem trails in the air population control anyone? I find it funny when people have a hard time believing that our government wouldnt try to hurt us delibrately they do it all the time. The obama administration is doing a horrible job at covering these false flag operations up. Open your eyes people question everything!!

  • twas brillig

    ALWAYS question the “official” narrative

  • GTR003121

    The biggest news stories of the last 6 months were “conspiracy theories” just a year ago. People can default to ridicule mode all they want, but it won’t make this story(and many others) stink any less.

    But go right ahead, keep ridiculing and not doing any of your own research. That’s exactly what the government hopes you’ll do.

    • BenInNY

      It’s much easier to look at the research of the various sources claiming things are conspiracies and find that, yeah, they are really grasping at straws. My question is always the motivation. My interpretation–generally derived from the wording of the claims and insults directed at non-believers–is to feel smarter than all the people who think it’s a big steamer out in the yard.

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      No, we want actual evidence and to let the facts lead us to a conclusion instead of twisting and distorting the facts like you guys do to fit your nutball theories.

  • Evil Otto

    Bart: So finally, we’re all in agreement about what’s going on with the adults. Milhouse?
    Milhouse: Ahem. OK, here’s what we’ve got: the Rand Corporation, in conjunction with the saucer people —
    Bart: Thank you.
    Milhouse: under the supervision of the reverse vampires —
    Lisa: [sighs]
    Milhouse: are forcing our parents to go to bed early in a fiendish plot to eliminate the meal of dinner. We’re through the looking glass, here, people…

  • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

    It makes me sad that these idiots can vote.

    • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

      They voted for Gary Johnson.

  • j p✓ʳᵉᶠʳᶦᵉᵈ

    Wait, was he carrying a copy of Catcher in the Rye?
    It has been proven that you really can hypnotize a person to commit murder. It is also obvious that human beings are completely expendable to the ambitious. The tin-foil hat accusations are lame in most of their applications. Jumping to judgments or automatically accepting the “news” reports are both unwise.

  • gastorgrab

    OMG! What if this false flag is itself a false flag????

  • kssturgis62

    I don’t believe in conspiracies. But at the same time, I don’t blame or get upset with those that do. I have never had so much distrust of my government. It is like we are living in the old days of East Germany or the USSR. For the First time they didn’t talk about Obamacare.

    • http://extremesplash.wordpress.com/ Ben Bollman

      What makes me mad is when they get associated with conservative and conservative issues like when Piers Morgan had Alex Jones on to talk about gun control and then Jones went off about a bunch of Illuminati psycho-babble. It made anyone reasonable on the gun rights side look like a fool for being associated with this lunatic.

      • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

        And in reality they’re Occupiers. Jesse Ventura hates the tea party and loves OWS. He loves Che Guevara too.

      • kssturgis62

        I Sooooooooooooooooo AGREE !!! These are NOT Conservative Issues and Alex Jones is a NUT JOB. That makes me so Angry. They are the NUT JOBS that cause most of the problems thrown our way.

  • Entrepmanure

    funny how even when faced with nearly overwhelming evidence, “conspiracy theory” detractors will never allow for the word “theory” to be dropped… also funny how the “vast right wing conspiracy” was spoken of as a reality, no mention at all of the word theory… once upon a time, we used to look for common threads… we used to fit the pieces of the jigsaw together to see what the picture is… now we must take into account the narrative, because anything not fitting the official narrative MUST be conspiracy nuts….

    fwiw… to those with an agenda… individual human lives are meaningless.. because they believe they are acting for the betterment of humanity… we need us some omelets… better get to crackin’ some eggs…

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    Eric Holder: “We must brainwash people against guns”

    Just stirring the pot. 😉

    • Pablo Descartes

      holder absolutelly sucks!

      • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

        I think he’s criminally insane!

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    Re-education camps and DEATH CAMPS advocate Bill Ayers: “The left must utilize it’s absolute acess to America’s classrooms”

    O-boy!

  • Colt

    I’m not here to take either side in this issue, but a few people here have said that there )hasn’t ever been evidence of a false flag operation executed by the government. I just want to clear up a few things with people about things that did actually happen in history. For instance, the year 2000 a proposal known as Operation Northwoods was put forth in the 60’s to faciliate a war with Cuba, this involved “included the possible assassination of Cuban émigrés, sinking boats of Cuban refugees on the high seas, hijacking planes, blowing up a U.S. ship, and even orchestrating violent terrorism in U.S. cities (http://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=92662).” Jump to ’93 (the first bombing on the WTC center) and you find that at the last minute – they wanted their FBI infiltrator to substitute fake powder for real explosives against their infiltrator’s wishes. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F1Y6cGRXEs&eurl). Retired 27-year CIA analyst Ray McGovern, who prepared and presented Presidential Daily Briefs and served as a high-level analyst for several presidents, stated that if there was another major attack in the U.S., it would lead to martial law. He went on to say:

    “We have to be careful, if somebody does this kind of provocation – big violent explosions of some kind – we have to not take the word of the masters there in Washington that this was some terrorist event because it could well be a provocation allowing them, or seemingly to allow them to get what they want.” And I personally stay truly wary when referring to 9/11 due to its sensitivity, but the biggest flag that I have found is that there was a third tower that fell (WTC 7). There was no plane that struck it, it was never mentioned in the the report other than possible fires, and it fell at the speed of free fall. The founder of Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, Richard Gage says “Building Seven is the smoking gun of 9/11. A sixth grader can look at this building falling at virtually freefall speed, symmetrically and smoothly, and see that it is not a natural process.

    “Buildings that fall in natural processes fall to the path of least resistance”, says Gage, “they don’t go straight down through themselves.”(http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/7485331.stm and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LLWK1insN0).

    By the way I’m not an Alex Jones follower, I’m not a liberal, I don’t argue against guns but rather opposite of that, and I don’t spend my life combing the internet. I just want people to know that there IS information out there that needs to be recognized as history and that’s all it’ll be if we don’t make it a duty of ours to learn it in all forms (not purely conspiracy based).

  • Ray Bruni

    Another drill for active shooter and suspect carrying Patriot material at LAX.Yes I smell another false flag!!!

  • Pete Wagner

    Cia-n-cia is obviously to make you think the CIA was involved and steer focus away from the actual agents. I would guess Mossad or maybe just a media op like Sandy Hook.

    • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

      Oh shut up you Occutard. Obama sucks, Ron Paul sucks, Jesse Ventura sucks, Alex Jones sucks, Rosie O’Donnell sucks.

      • Pablo Descartes

        ad nauseum.

  • John Mips

    I hate conspiracy theories because, most of the time, they seem so ridiculous. However, there are so many odd things happening lately that I can’t help but wonder what’s REALLY going on.. The only legitimate national crimes, with data to back them up, seem to be Loughner shooting Giffords, the Columbine massacre, and the Tsarneav brothers. Everything else – 9/11, London subway, Sandy hook, TSA, Denver movie theatre, etc etc etc – leave soooo many unanswered questions as well as a surprising lack of physical and visual evidence. I just don’t know anymore. And CIAnCIA? It’s almost like ‘they’ are starting to have too much fun with this.

    • The_Magic_M

      > And CIAnCIA? It’s almost like ‘they’ are starting to have too much fun with this.

      Pareidolia in full effect.

  • Clarence Worley

    Alex Jones nutjobs can’t accept that there is random chaos in the world. Their brains are too small to accept that so they try to attach a purpose to everything.

    From 9/11 to Sandy Hook you can explain conspiracy theorists by what William Manchester wrote about Kennedy.

    “Those who desperately want to believe that President Kennedy was the victim of a conspiracy have my sympathy. I share their yearning. To employ what may seem an odd metaphor, there is an esthetic principle here. If you put six million dead Jews on one side of a scale and on the other side put the Nazi regime – the greatest gang of criminals ever to seize control of a modern state – you have a rough balance: greatest crime, greatest criminals. But if you put the murdered President of the United States on one side of a scale and that wretched waif Oswald on the other side, it doesn’t balance. You want to add something weightier to Oswald. It would invest the President’s death with meaning, endowing him with martyrdom. He would have died for something. A conspiracy would, of course, do the job nicely.”

  • Derek Glasscock

    A few weeks ago I was saying something would happen to tsa. They’ve caught zero terrorists and had zero relevance til now

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    These Al-KKK-da-crats love to blame the Jews.

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    Dzhokhar-crats lie for jihad over and over and over. Fort Hood, Benghazi,etc.

    Bill Maher thought the 9/11,2001 terrorists were brave,etc.
    No wonder Maher funds jihad by funding Obama who funds jihad.

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    Socialism, Communism, Nazism, Islamofascism and KKK Liberalism are all one big giant global conspiracy.

    What people have to realise is that there are Socialists, Communists, Nazis, Islamofascists, KKK Lib opportunists who will always try and spin everything into some joospiracy. So don’t fall for their bogus racist crap.

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    If they blame the Jews then just chalk it up to pot paranoia.

    Don’t ever legalize it.

  • GiveMeBackMyFreedom

    Liberalism is Islamofascist jihad and you can stick that right in your bong and smoke it.