Elliot Roger, Santa Barbara killer: parallels and numbers

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Elliot Rodger, Santa Barbara killer: parallels and numbers

by Jon Rappoport

May 25, 2014


These are preliminary notes.

For now, they’re based on media accounts of the killing spree on May 23, in Isla Vista, California—and of course, these media accounts of mass murders should never be accepted, on their face, as ironclad facts.

Rodger is reported to be the son of Peter Rodger, a unit director of the film, Hunger Games. According to press accounts, the father specifically directed a short film within that film—a propaganda piece extoling the “new society” in which ritual sacrifice of children in the Games is a way of never forgetting the treason of rebellion/war in the “old society,” the rebellion which must never happen again.

As a parallel to the film, the killing of children in Isla Vista on May 23 will forward two agendas which are claimed to be crucial…

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Santa Barbara Shooter Psy Op the First “Men’s Rights” False Flag

It’s getting old

Jay's Analysis

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Sandy Hook, Part II. Rated PG-13

By: Jay

In a tizzy of media fury, the latest supposed mass gunman/internet weirdo serial killer has emerged with a new angle: “Men’s rights” and “misogyny.”  However, the latest installment also follows the classic pattern of the recent psy ops of Cho at Virginia Tech, Anders Breivik, Jared Loughner, James Holmes and Adam Lanza.  It is in this pattern that we see the evident fraud manifest and this pattern, I will argue, is the key to identifying when these events, from Manson to Columbine, from Cho to Rodgers, are real or staged.

The recent boogeyman, Elliot Rodger, is the son of Hunger Games assistant producer Peter Rodger.  Immediately following the shooting that has supposedly left seven dead, liberal media is fingering males, gun owners and masculinity as the problem.  Any website that is visited by anyone or linked by anyone is…

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Norwegian teen gets the stupidest tattoo in the history of stupid tattoos

, Rare Staff

There are bad decisions. There are terrible decisions. And then there is the decision that Stian Ytterdahl of Lorenskog, Norway made on Tuesday.

The 18-year-old was goaded by his friends to get a tattoo of a McDonald’s receipt on his forearm. It was allegedly punishment for the teen “being too friendly with the ladies.”

Ytterdahl had the choice between the receipt on his forearm and a Barbie tattoo on his butt. The Norwegian teen decided to go with McDonald’s golden arches rather than Barbie’s golden locks.

“Now I’m a living billboard,” Ytterdahl said.

“But I think all this is just fun. Maybe it won’t be as fun when I’m 50 or 60 years old, but it’s my choice.”

h/t to The Huffington Post

– See more at: http://rare.us/story/norwegian-teen-gets-the-stupidest-tattoo-in-the-history-of-stupid-tattoos/#sthash.tzaA8nqb.dpuf

Neil Young uses Jack White’s vintage recording booth for new vinyl album

For decades we’ve been able to expect nothing of Neil Young but the unexpected. One minute he’ll be serenading us with restrained acoustic sensitivity, the next he’ll bury us with an all-out feedback barrage. Now the 68-year-old musical extremist has managed the impressively nimble feat of putting his creative machinery in reverse and drive at the same time. Continue reading Neil Young uses Jack White’s vintage recording booth for new vinyl album

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