Abortion School Shooting Connection

Chris Harper-Mercer
Chris Harper-Mercer

There have been 24 U.S. school shootings by our count of the list at Wikipedia involving five or more injuries or deaths since Anthony F. Barbaro shot passersby at random from a window at Olean (N.Y.) High School in 1974 killing three and wounding 11.

There had been school massacres before, notably the University of Texas shootings by Charles Whitman in 1966 and the bizarre Bath School disaster in 1927 in which a demonic school official spent months planting bombs in the building to maximize tragedy, but otherwise the violence was targeted and personal.

That, of course, has  changed.

Yesterday (Oct. 1), an anti-Christian named Chris Harper-Mercer murdered nine — or 11 depending on the source — students at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., and wounded several others. Before the killing Harper-Mercer asked his victims their religion. Those who said “Christian” he shot in the head. Those who said otherwise he shot in the leg.

So what has caused this change in society? Was it access to guns? Access to guns were arguably easier before 1974 especially for youths. Barbaro was on his school’s rifle team.

So no, it is not access to guns.

What has changed, though, is our culture.

Our respect for life has disappeared.

We tell young men that protecting the innocent is no longer something they should aspire to do.

We have powerful people in government, media and academia shrug their shoulder at revelations of the weak and helpless being harvested for body parts. It’s worse than that actually. The actively defend the organization that does such monstrous things, and insist it be rewarded with public money.

We have state officials protecting mass murder if it is politically fashionable.

It isn’t a coincidence that the school shooting epidemic didn’t start until after our Supreme Court declared abortion to be a “right”.

We start holding once again that the existence of God is an axiom, and that we have individual rights granted by our Creator, and that the rest of us have an obligation to protect the rights of others, especially those that can’t defend themselves, the epidemic will end.

If we continue the path we are now on, things are going to get a lot worse.

Abortion School Shooting Connection

Remembering Tasso da Silveira School

Two years ago today, April 7, 2011, Wellington Oliveira used a .38 revolver and a .32 revolver to murder 12 children and wound 12 others at  Tasso da Silveira Municipal School in Rio de Janerio.

Brazil has strict gun control making it very difficult for law-abiding people to own or carry a firearm.

Gun control does not stop evil people. It does stop good people from stopping the evil of evil people.

Remembering Tasso da Silveira

Young Mass Killers Traits Detailed

Young Mass Killers Traits Detailed — John A. Czajkowski, a former Navy SEAL officer and a teacher, notes that all young mass killers had:

  1. Perceived feeling of injustice and grievance (70% had been bullied)
  2. Obsession with violent video games and media violence
  3. Persistent themes of violence in schoolwork
  4. Access to guns

He said none of them willingly participated in:

  1. Varsity sports
  2. Student Body leadership
  3. Community groups like church, 4H, etc.
  4. Boy Scouts
  5. JROTC
  6. School band (a handful were forced to join by parents, but soon dropped out)


Young Mass Killers Traits Detailed

Young Mass Killers Traits Detailed

Columbine Survivor Addresses Gun Issues

Evan Todd, who was among the 21 students wounded in Colorado during the 1999 Columbine High School Massacre which saw 12 students and a teacher murdered, has written an open letter to President Obama concerning his proposed firearm restrictions.

Don’t expect to see it in the Philadelphia Inquirer or Delaware County Daily Times.

Here it is:

Mr. President,

As a student who was shot and wounded
during the Columbine massacre, I have a few thoughts on the current gun
debate. In regards to your gun control initiatives:

Universal Background Checks

First, a universal background check
will have many devastating effects. It will arguably have the opposite
impact of what you propose. If adopted, criminals will know that they
can not pass a background check legally, so they will resort to other
avenues. With the conditions being set by this initiative, it will
create a large black market for weapons and will support more criminal
activity and funnel additional money into the hands of thugs, criminals,
and people who will do harm to American citizens.

Second, universal background checks
will create a huge bureaucracy that will cost an enormous amount of tax
payers dollars and will straddle us with more debt. We cannot afford it
now, let alone create another function of government that will have a
huge monthly bill attached to it.

Third, is a universal background check
system possible without universal gun registration? If so, please
define it for us. Universal registration can easily be used for
universal confiscation. I am not at all implying that you, sir, would
try such a measure, but we do need to think about our actions through
the lens of time.

It is not impossible to think that a
tyrant, to the likes of Mao, Castro, Che, Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, and
others, could possibly rise to power in America. It could be five, ten,
twenty, or one hundred years from now — but future generations have the
natural right to protect themselves from tyrannical government just as
much as we currently do. It is safe to assume that this liberty that our
forefathers secured has been a thorn in the side of would-be tyrants
ever since the Second Amendment was adopted.

Ban on Military-Style Assault Weapons

The evidence is very clear pertaining
to the inadequacies of the assault weapons ban. It had little to no
effect when it was in place from 1994 until 2004. It was during this
time that I personally witnessed two fellow students murder twelve of my
classmates and one teacher. The assault weapons ban did not deter these
two murderers, nor did the other thirty-something laws that they broke.

Gun ownership is at an all time high.
And although tragedies like Columbine and Newtown are exploited by
ideologues and special-interest lobbying groups, crime is at an all time
low. The people have spoken. Gun store shelves have been emptied. Gun
shows are breaking attendance records. Gun manufacturers are sold out
and back ordered. Shortages on ammo and firearms are countrywide. The
American people have spoken and are telling you that our Second
Amendment shall not be infringed.

10-Round Limit for Magazines

Virginia Tech was the site of the
deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. Seung-Hui Cho used two of the
smallest caliber hand guns manufactured and a handful of ten round
magazines. There are no substantial facts that prove that limited
magazines would make any difference at all.
Second, this is just another law that endangers law-abiding citizens.
I’ve heard you ask, “why does someone need 30 bullets to kill a deer?”

Let me ask you this: Why would you
prefer criminals to have the ability to out-gun law-abiding citizens?
Under this policy, criminals will still have their 30-round magazines,
but the average American will not. Whose side are you on?

Lastly, when did they government get
into the business of regulating “needs?” This is yet another example of
government overreaching and straying from its intended purpose.

Selling to Criminals

Mr. President, these are your words:
“And finally, Congress needs to help, rather than hinder, law
enforcement as it does its job. We should get tougher on people who buy
guns with the express purpose of turning around and selling them to
criminals. And we should severely punish anybody who helps them do

Why don’t we start with Eric Holder and thoroughly investigate the Fast and Furious program?

Furthermore, the vast majority of
these mass murderers bought their weapons legally and jumped through all
the hoops —  because they were determined to murder. Adding more hoops
and red tape will not stop these types of people. It doesn’t now — so
what makes you think it will in the future? Criminals who cannot buy
guns legally just resort to the black market.

Criminals and murderers will always find a way.

Critical Examination

Mr. President, in theory, your
initiatives and proposals sound warm and fuzzy — but in reality they are
far from what we need. Your initiatives seem to punish law-abiding
American citizens and enable the murderers, thugs, and other lowlifes
who wish to do harm to others.

Let me be clear: These ideas are the
worst possible initiatives if you seriously care about saving lives and
also upholding your oath of office. There is no dictate, law, or
regulation that will stop bad things from happening — and you know that.
Yet you continue to push the rhetoric. Why?

You said, “If we can save just one person it is worth it.” Well here are a few ideas that will save more that one individual:

First, forget all of your current
initiatives and 23 purposed executive orders. They will do nothing more
than impede law-abiding citizens and breach the intent of the
Constitution. Each initiative steals freedom, grants more power to an
already-overreaching government, and empowers and enables criminals to
run amok.

Second, press Congress to repeal the
“Gun Free Zone Act.” Don’t allow America’s teachers and students to be
endangered one-day more. These parents and teachers have the natural
right to defend themselves and not be looked at as criminals. There is
no reason teachers must disarm themselves to perform their jobs. There
is also no reason a parent or volunteer should be disarmed when they
cross the school line.

This is your chance to correct history
and restore liberty. This simple act of restoring freedom will deter
would-be murderers and for those who try, they will be met with

Mr. President, do the right thing,
restore freedom, and save lives. Show the American people that you stand
with them and not with thugs and criminals.


Severely Concerned Citizen, Evan M. Todd

Columbine Survivor Addresses Gun Issues

Columbine Survivor Addresses Gun Issues

Sandy Hook Whackjob Conspiracy Theory

A telling decline in our culture, manners, necessary trust in institutions and general human decency is that a conspiracy has developed claiming that the Sandy Hook Massacre did not occur and that actors played the part of grieving parents.

Ignoring it is a bad idea. One of the good guys from the tragedy is already getting harassing phone calls for his “role” in “the conspiracy.”

The video at this link spells it out.

Sandy Hook Whackjob Conspiracy Theory

Sandy Hook Whackjob Conspiracy Theory

Pharm Connection To Mass Shootings?

David Kupelian has written a column for WND.Com declaring that in nearly every mass school shooting the killers had been taking psychiatric medications, and that appears to be the case regarding Sandy Hook killer Adam Lanza, as per a few early interviews with those who knew him.

Kupelian wonders why the old media has not been trying to pin down what meds — or other psychiatric treatment — Lanza was getting.

A complete airing could make a lot of lives better. It might even save some.


Pharm Connection To Mass Shootings?

Psych Meds Link For President Obama

And the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Delaware County Daily Times and your senator and congressman and all others who are looking not to let a crisis go to waste to advance a political cause.

Wellington Oliveira You Didn’t Hear About

Wellington Oliveira killed 12 children and himself on April 7, 2011 at Tasso da Silveira Municipal School which is an elementary school in Rido de Janeiro, Brazil. Twelve other people were seriously wounded.

Oliveira, 23, used a .38-caliber revolver and .32-caliber revolver to do the damage.
Brazil has strict gun laws. All weapons are required to be registered with the state, the minimum age for ownership is 25, and it is almost impossible to legally carry a weapon outside the home. Gun owners are required to pay an BRL $85 fee every three years for each weapon they own.
The laws didn’t save the children, just as the relatively strict gun laws in Connecticut didn’t save the children in Newtown.
Those who want to take advantage of the tragedy and seek not to let a “serious crisis go to waste” should hang their heads in eternal shame.
Wellington Oliveira You Didn't Hear About
Wellington Oliveira You Didn’t Hear About

Newtown Tragedy Inspires Respect For Life Act

Callous people are attempting to use the tragedy in Newtown, Conn. to advance their pet political cause, namely greater restrictions on the private possession of firearms. The lead stories in today’s, Dec. 17, Philadelphia Inquirer and Delaware County Daily Times are both quasi-editorials pushing for more gun control.

You never want a serious crisis to go to waste,” as Rahm Emanuel would say.
OK, we can play that game. We are proposing the Respect for Life Act. This law would ban abortion in order to create a culture where it’s inconceivable to take an innocent life with premeditation. Mass, random school shootings targeting children really didn’t start in this country — Olean, NY in 1974, San Diego in 1979 — until after Roe v. Wade was decided so one can’t deny a correlation. Certainly can’t hurt anything, right?
But we want to take it further. We want it taught to all that there will be a universal accounting for the acts they do while they breath. So our bill will include a requirement that the 10 Commandments be placed on every school room wall — the Talmudic division is fine — and that each day begin with the reciting of the Lord’s Prayer with special emphasis on the “lead us not into temptation” and “deliver us from evil” parts.
While this law would go a long way into making our schools, and society, as safe as they were in 1960 it would still not be enough, though.
And that is why we are also proposing the Bring Back The Cuckoo’s Nest Act. This law would once again give families, and society, the ability to incarcerate their loved ones in mental facilities if they should display behavior indicating a tendency for irrational violence to themselves or others.
One personally knows at least three people who committed acts of gun violence — including a mass shooting — who would have been locked away before the deed in saner times.
Newtown Tragedy Inspires Respect For Life Act
Newtown Tragedy Inspires Respect For Life Act

Thoughts On The Connecticut Massacre

Thoughts On The Connecticut Massacre — As of this writing 27 persons are reported dead after a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. including 18 children, the gunman and the gunman’s mother who was a teacher at the school and whose class the gunman appears to have targeted.

The gunman has been identified as 20-year-old Adam Lanza and has reportedly killed himself. A Sig Saur handgun, a Glock 9 handgun and a Bushmaster rifle were found at the scene.

If the reports are correct, this will be the nation’s second worst massacre of school children surpassed only by the Bath, Mich. tragedy of 1927 in which a twisted man named Andrew Kehoe blew up his farm and the school killing 45 including 38  children, himself and his wife who he beat to death at his home. His suicide was performed by driving to the disaster scene at the school and exploding his car amidst a crowd.

Kehoe was the school board treasurer and plotted for months to blow up the Bath Consolidated School sneaking explosives in while pretending to do repairs.

The death toll at Columbine High School in 1999 was 13.

The first mass shooting in the U.S. occurred on April 9, 1891 when 70-year-old James Foster fired a shotgun at a group of children on the playground of St. Mary’s Parochial School in Newburgh, N.Y. causing several minor injuries.

For the next several decades — excepting the incident in Bath — school violence involved specific disputes rather than random attacks. That changed on Jan. 29, 1979 when 16-year-old Brenda Ann Spencer opened fire from her window with a .22 caliber rifle given to her by her father on children at Grover Cleveland Elementary School in San Diego  who she “said looked like cows”. Two adults were killed and eight children wounded.

The shooting was the inspiration for the Boomtown Rats hit I Don’t Like Mondays.

Since then there have been at least 12 mass school shootings in which children were targeted just because they were children.

‘Cuz there are no reasons as the song says. Choosing evil does not mix well with choosing reason.

Ed note: The gunman was misidentified as the killer’s brother in initial reports.
Thoughts On The Connecticut Massacre
Thoughts On The Connecticut Massacre