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High School Shooting. Nice how the government wants everybody to remember high school shootings except in the cases where its the government orchestrating them

Nice how the government wants everybody to remember high school shootings except in the cases where its the government orchestrating them
May 4 1970,students protesting the vietnam war were fired upon by the national guard, resulting in 4 dead and 9 wounded as the protesters fled, and in a later protest, 11 further protesters were wounded as national guard stabbed them with bayonets
The president at the time remained indifferent and stated those in the anti-war movement were the pawns of foreign communists

nowadays, the government is more subtle in how it arranges high school shootings to inspire terror among the populace

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User avatar #2 - spanjoren
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(05/24/2013) [-]
it kinda looks like the girl has a stick pointing out of her head
User avatar #3 - evilbastard
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So you're saying that it's a conspiracy by the govt. to stir up the population by shooting a bunch of kids ? It's possible but highly unlikely . I think it's more a case where loner kids get picked on and hated on for to long and snap , hell if you're going to do yourself in why not take a bunch of the assholes that have been making your life miserable with you ? While I'm at it , it was Kent State University - not a high school , and times were different then . It wasn't kids doing the shooting it was the pigs .
User avatar #5 to #3 - konradkurze [OP]
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its a mix of the government arranging the problems or at least enabling the problems to build up so either one of their guys shoots people under instruction, or some kid who's been noted as having issues is intentionally ignored till they crack
User avatar #6 to #5 - evilbastard
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The govt. back then didn't have to " arrange problems " they had enough problems to worry about . They supported a VERY un-popular war and the citizens were fed up with Nixon's politics . As for the kids that are noted as having issues....seems that most young people today have issues of one form or another they're trying to deal with so I don't think anybody's being intentionally ignored , there's just not enough councillors to deal with everybody's problems . No I don't think it's anybody's fault that school shootings are happening more frequently , violence in movies and on T.V. , violent video games , violence seems to be the wave of the future and eventually it will catch up with us and we'll all pay the price . When I was growing up my mother stayed at home and made sure we weren't exposed to danger and instructed us on how to be good people - to live and let live , today's households are very different what with a T.V. in every room , the internet and all it's surreal information available 24 hours a day and a culture that worships violence as a form of entertainment , not to mention the fact that in most most families both parents work and are therefore not able to adequately monitor their kids activities . It is what it is and there's not a thing we can do about it .
Gotta run ,keep your nose clean . Cheers .
User avatar #7 to #6 - konradkurze [OP]
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well theres not much difference between nixon supporting the massacre of asians and obama supporting the massacre of arabs, just since nixons time people have had media ******** crammed up their asses like suppositories so theyre less likely to arrange large scale protests against usa invading foreign countries

as time has gone by, there has been a rise in kids suffering issues as society has made them more introverted, one major cause of this is the government edging people to be less interested in the outdoors and even shutting down physical ed classes to discourage kids from outdoor activities, so kids spend more time isolated indoors and less social in communicating with others, so kids with problems are less able to express their feelings, not to mention society's oh so great standard of any kid who talks about feelings get labelled gay, making them feel more isolated from the 'norm'

even without TV, kids could get up to things the parents never knew about....but parents used to actually parent once upon a time, nowadays parents are distant and allof and mostly responsible for their kids sitting around watching tv or playing online games, because that means they dont have to do as much to raise them if they have distractions....of thanks to the government, alot of parents are working longer hours and simply dont have time to spend with kids

kids without guidance and proper rules and discipline dont have boundaries set in their lives, like once upon a time if you did something bad, you got a few smacks on the ass and you learned that what you did must be bad and dont do it again
today, you cant even yell at your kid or someone will call child services and your kids get taken away, thus undermining parents ability to set rules

the government doesnt want parents to set the rules, because they might contradict what the government wants out of the kids
they want kids to grow up without parental rules, just video games that encourage violence (btw its not the games making kids violent, its because parents cant discipline their kids that the kids dont grow up with no self control to curb their natural teenage aggression)
kids who grow up untamed, either join the military wanting to vent their rage by killing foreigners they have been told are 'the bad guys' or they end up criminals the government can use as examples to arrest and make them look like the good guys protecting people

sorry for the rant, just had a burst of inspiration and went with it
User avatar #1 - tedmosbey
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This wasn't a high school shooting, This was when the National Guard fired upon students at Kent State University. I know, I live 15 mins away from the university
User avatar #4 to #1 - konradkurze [OP]
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still students getting shot......just nowadays the government sets up patsies to do the shootings, get arrested for show, and otherwise keep the people in a state of fear