Who Killed Our Kids?

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sat, 14 Jul 2007 17:14:05 GMT  <== RKBA ==> 

John Connor at Guns Magazine - the link won't work for another month or so. I just got the September 2007 issue of Guns Magazine. On p. 102 is the best essay I've read to date on the Virginia Tech murders. It's a keeper. If you're not a subscriber, run, don't walk, to your local magazine shop, and get it (though it may be a little while before this issue hits the newsstands). Who murdered our kids? Well, one psychotic guy pulled the trigger, but if not for the murderers who made the policies and provided the brain-washing that guaranteed that he would face no effective defense, he would have been able to do much less damage. Dianne Feinstein. Chuck Schumer. Hillary Clinton. You and your ilk should be tried for every one of these murders, as accomplices. Then hanged.

In answer to the question, "Who killed our kids?" we were ultimately shown a photo of a psychotic -- Seung-Hui Cho. But as I looked at Cho, I saw the same thing I have seen when viewing terrorists, shadowy figures behind him, rank upon rank; -- facilitators -- those who laid the field, smoothed the path, and provided the opportunity for mass murder, those who disarmed the victims in advance of their killer's arrival, a process akin to dehorning neutered cattle, because it makes butchering so much safer. Only one of the Virginia Tech murderers has been identified. Not only haven't they been dealt with -- they're still in power, creating more "killing zones."


Larry Hincker is only one of those pale figures standing behind Seung-Hui Cho. So many pale wraiths, so much to do and say -- and I'm out of space and word-count. But not out of rage.

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