It is a fundamental mistake to see the enemy as a set of targets. The enemy in war is a group of people. Some of them will have to be killed. Others will have to be captured or driven into hiding. The overwhelming majority, however, have to be persuaded. — Frederick Kagan
You really have to reach, stretch, and flex to figure out how to tie these two crime hoaxes together – yet the psyOp writers somehow manage to do so.
As the RCMP remains tight-lipped about why two young men may have killed three people in northern British Columbia, one of the survivors in Toronto’s Danforth shooting says she’s been following the story closely. Danielle Kane said the Toronto police department’s decision to release a detailed report on its investigation provided her with clarity about what happened the night she was paralyzed from the waist down and insight into the man who shot her.
PsyOps: If you can’t convince, confuse. This story is a case-in-point.
Even after the gunfire erupted, Ned Carlstrom thought the shooting at the Virginia Beach government building where he works was an elaborately staged drill for city employees. He crossed paths with the gunman three times — and survived. READ MORE: 12 dead, 4 injured in Virginia Beach mass shooting at municipal office complex Reality set in when Carlstrom looked outside and saw a team of police officers point guns at the building as they dragged away a fatally wounded contractor, leaving behind a pool
One of my listeners reckons this well crafted story is real.
I say it’s carefully constructed propaganda, telling parents to turn in their prescription addled teenagers to authorities for Orwellian pre-crimes.
It’s not always easy to describe how a long time fakeologist can detect scripted acting, especially in radio.
I have a family and know families, and none talk to their children like this audio’s does, especially in front of the media.
The 9/11 event prove that all media is used to send messages, and the more realistic they sound, the better.
If you are not a fakeologist, you will not hear the deception. If you are aware that the media is used to give you preset ideas, then you will hear the scripting.
When one couple learns that their teenage son has been identified as a potential school shooter, they do everything they can to prove that he’s not. Bethany Barnes originally reported this story for The Oregonian – Targeted: A Family and the Quest to Stop the Next School Shooter. Producer: Nancy López