Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Virginia Tech Conspriracy

The massacre at Virginia Tech on Tuesday was horrible. Words fail me in trying to describe just how horrible it was, but when I first heard about it I didn't feel horror, anger, or even sadness. Instead, what came to my mind was something that I'd thought about many times before, something that seems a little crazy but just might have a grain of rationality to it; I thought: conspriracy.

What do I mean by "conspriracy"? Well, I asked myself, who benefits from this tragedy? Who benefits every time some devil in human form goes on a shooting rampage? Liberals, that's who. The only people who gain anything from horrors like the one at Virginia Tech are liberals who want a TOTAL ban on the private ownership of firearms.

This isn't a new idea for me. As I said above, I've had this idea in my mind for a long time. I thought about it when Columbine and other school shootings occurred in the '90's. I thought about it when the Long Island train killer slaughtered helpless passengers in the '80's. I thought about it when a nut job massacred diners in a Luby's restaurtant in Killeen, TX. I thought about it when another nut job shot down innocent customers at a MacDonald's in San Ysidro, CA. And most recently, I thought about it when that monster murdered those sweet Amish school girls in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania. Every time a shooting happened I thought, liberals are loving this.

The left-wing gun grabbers know they can't win over the American people by openly declaring their intentions. Instead, they have to rely on a scared, angry, emotionally vulnerable public to
support their "sensible" gun restrictions. And what better way to make the public scared, angry, and emotionally vulnerable than by staging mass shootings at regular intervals? I know that sounds far-fetched, to say the least, but again I ask, who benefits from these killings?

Am I saying that left-wing activists commit these shootings or recruit others to do so? Not exactly, but I'm not not saying that, either. I just know these "random" acts of violence are quite handy for advancing one of liberals' favorite causes. And I know it's very convenient that the shooters almost always end up dead before the police can question them. If the killers were fanatical, gun-hating, liberal activists convinced that shooting dozens of innocent people served a greater good, or just violent criminals recruited by said activists, making sure they ended up dead would make it pretty hard to connect the dots, wouldn't it? Add to that a liberal, anti-gun media that wouldn't even begin to ask such questions, and you've got the perfect storm of a conspiracy.

So if anther "depressed loner" or "scorned lover" opens fire on innocent Americans, stop and think. The crime might not be what it seems. But don't expect the powers that be to tell you that. They've got too much to gain from people dying in the streets.


Trevor said...

The massacre was perpetrated by one crazy individual. It wasn't a conspiracy.

PoorGrrl said...

Exactly!!!!!! Just like it was 19 crazy individuals who massacred 3000 Americans on 9/11 and not the Bush administration who did it. My conspiracy theory is crazy, but no more crazy than the 9/11-was-an-inside-job madness that 35% of Democrats and 22% of all Americans are so eager to believe. I figured on "good" conspiracy deserves another.


Glad to hear from you again, Trevor!