That is one possibility.
Jon Rappoport, a free-lance investigative reporter for more than thirty years, believes it is about establishing fascism and profit via prescription drugs, especially the ones that are used to “treat” psychological disorders.
Numerous other writers have raised questions about how the initial report that said this was a coordinated attack with four shooters dressed in black has turned into a lone gunman, a patsy, killed during the assault.
Of course, there is the predictable angle that this was designed to raise outcry over gun laws and to provide justification for the implementation of martial law.
This angle is supported by the flurry of rumors that has come to the surface this week regarding potential imminent scenarios about wars, attacks, and disasters. This increased “reporting” may once again be much ado about nothing. However, the fact that it coincides with an increasing number of ominous events seems to add credibility.
In addition, the Olympics end this weekend and Drake has turned on his second green light, whatever that means.
Obviously, the storyline of a random shooting in a peaceful setting is effective propaganda for energizing fear, especially when it coincides with other events.
All of these are possible motivations for the shooting in Wisconsin.
What is the peaceful response?
It requires us to grasp four pieces of information.
First, understand that death is not the end. Its role is to allow us to see the duality of our present situation.
Second, recognize that those who participated in the shooting drama at the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin give us signs of where the duality lies. We may be grateful for their decisions to play their respective roles. This includes the shooters, the victims, and those on the periphery.
Third, see this as yet another opportunity to learn the lesson of how these conspiracies work. They always involve a lone gunman, who usually dies soon thereafter. There are obvious inconsistencies in the developing story. There are always underlying motivations.
Fourth, the perceived battle lines of the situation, the motivations listed in this article, highlight where our attention needs to go. They give us another chance to decipher how our perspective needs to change if we are going to move our world towards peace.
In this case, the focus is on military psychological operations (the accused gunman worked in this area while enlisted), the possibility of a conspiracy (the story keeps changing), and, of course, disclosure (the father of a man who is filmmaker of a new disclosure movie was killed.)
With these four understandings, we can respond peacefully, even to a senseless massacre in a peaceful setting.
This response allows us to learn the needed lessons here and move on to the next lesson instead of needing to, once again, repeat this one.