Friday, November 6, 2009

The Fort Hood Massacre: Something Here Stinks To High Heaven!

We have just witnessed the reports coming out of Fort Hood, Texas, where now 13 people have died in a shooting that many are labelling as a "Mad Muslim" attacking fellow US Soldiers!

Something about this entire scenario does not make any sense.... Here is a US Army base with many ARMED men, and yet this ONE man was able to fire off multiple shots, killing 13, and wounding 30+ others. The first clue to myself that something is definitely wrong has been the over-emphasis on this "shooter" being a MUSLIM! The US Zionist controlled media has spewed so much BS out constantly, that the moment they have gone overboard in all of their "news" with the emphasis on a MUSLIM shooter, I began to have my doubts, and began to say that something stinks to high heaven here....

Here is a prime example of the latest rhetoric coming out of the US. The following article is from the Associated Press, and it has more holes in it than a block of Swiss Cheese! Look closely at the comment by a reader that follows:

(AP) FORT HOOD, Texas - The base commander at Fort Hood says soldiers who witnessed a shooting rampage that left 13 people dead reported that the gunman shouted "Allahu Akbar!" before opening fire at the Texas post.

Lt. Gen. Robert Cone told NBC’s "Today" show on Friday that suspected shooter, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, made the comment, which is Arabic for "God is great!" before the rampage Thursday that also left 30 people wounded.

Military officials say they are still piecing together what may have pushed Hasan, an Army psychiatrist trained to help soldiers in distress, to turn on his comrades.

Cone says Hasan was not known to be a threat or risk.

Hasan was shot four times during the rampage. Cone says he is hospitalized in stable condition and that military officials will interrogate him as soon as possible.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP’s earlier story is below.

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) _ Military officials were starting Friday to piece together what may have pushed an Army psychiatrist trained to help soldiers in distress to turn on his comrades in a shooting rampage that killed 13 people and wounded 30 in Texas.

The suspected shooter, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, was on a ventilator and unconscious in a hospital after being shot four times during the shootings at the Army’s sprawling Fort Hood, post officials said. In the early chaos after the shootings, authorities believed they had killed him, only to discover later that he had survived.

In Washington, a senior U.S. official said authorities at Fort Hood initially thought one of the victims who had been shot and killed was the shooter. The mistake resulted in a delay of several hours in identifying Hasan as the alleged assailant.

Authorities have not ruled out that Hasan was acting on behalf of some unidentified radical group, the official said. He would not say whether any evidence had come to light to support that theory.

The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss matters that were under investigation.

Officials are not ruling out the possibility that some of the casualties may have been victims of "friendly fire," that in the mayhem and confusion at the shooting scene some of the responding military officials may have shot some of the victims.

The gunfire broke out around 1:30 p.m. at the Soldier Readiness Center, where soldiers who are about to be deployed or who are returning undergo medical screening. Nearby, some soldiers were readying to head into a graduation ceremony for troops and families who had recently earned degrees.

Pastor Greg Schannep had just parked his car along the side of the theater and was about to head into the ceremony when a man in uniform approached him.

"Sir, they are opening fire over there!" the man told him. At first, he thought it was a training exercise _ then heard three volleys and saw people running. As the man who warned him about the shots ran away, he could see the man’s back was bloodied from a wound.

Schannep said police and medical and other emergency personnel were on the scene in an instant, telling people to get inside the theater. The post went into lockdown while a search began for a suspect and emergency workers began trying to treat the wounded. Some soldiers rushed to treat their injured colleagues by ripping their uniforms into makeshift bandages to treat their wounds.

Fort Hood Lt. Gen. Bob Cone praised the soldiers for their quick reaction.

"God bless these soldiers," Cone said. "As horrible as this was it could have been worse."

Video from the scene showed police patrolling the area with handguns and rifles, ducking behind buildings for cover. Sirens could be heard wailing while a woman’s voice on a public-address system urged people to take cover. Schools on the base went into lockdown, and family members trying to find out what was happening inside found cell phone lines jammed or busy.

"I was confused and just shocked," said Spc. Jerry Richard, 27, who works at the center but was not on duty during the shooting. "Overseas you are ready for it. But here you can’t even defend yourself."

The wounded were dispersed among hospitals in central Texas, Cone said. Their identities and the identities of the dead were not immediately released.

The bodies of the victims would be taken to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for autopsies and forensic tests, said a U.S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss matters that were under investigation.

There will also be a ceremony at the air base to honor the dead.

Jamie and Scotty Casteel stood outside the emergency room at the hospital in Temple waiting for news of their son-in-law Matthew Cooke, who was among the injured.

"He’s been shot in the abdomen and that’s all we know," Jamie Casteel told The Associated Press. She said Cook, from New York state, had been home from Iraq for about a year.

Amber Bahr, 19, was shot in the stomach but was in stable condition, said her mother, Lisa Pfund of Random Lake, Wis.

"We know nothing, just that she was shot in the belly," Pfund said. She couldn’t provide more details and only spoke with emergency personnel.

Ashley Saucedo told WOOD-TV in Michigan that her husband was shot in the arm, but she couldn’t discuss specifics. Saucedo said she and the couple’s two children weren’t permitted to leave their home at Fort Hood during the shootings.

The motive for the shooting wasn’t clear, but Hasan was apparently set to deploy soon, and had expressed some anger about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, said generals at Fort Hood told her that Hasan was about to deploy overseas. Retired Col. Terry Lee, who said he had worked with Hasan, told Fox News he was being sent to Afghanistan.

Lee said Hasan had hoped Obama would pull troops out of Afghanistan and Iraq and got into frequent arguments with others in the military who supported the wars.

For six years before reporting for duty at Fort Hood, in July, the 39-year-old Army major worked at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center pursuing a career in psychiatry, as an intern, a resident and, last year, a fellow in disaster and preventive psychiatry. He received his medical degree from the military’s Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md., in 2001.

But his record wasn’t sterling. At Walter Reed, he received a poor performance evaluation, according to an official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to discuss the case publicly. And while he was an intern, Hasan had some "difficulties" that required counseling and extra supervision, said Dr. Thomas Grieger, who was the training director at the time.

At least six months ago, Hasan came to the attention of law enforcement officials because of Internet postings about suicide bombings and other threats, including posts that equated suicide bombers to soldiers who throw themselves on a grenade to save the lives of their comrades.

Investigators had not determined for certain whether Hasan was the author of the posting, and a formal investigation had not been opened before the shooting, said law enforcement officials who spoke on condition of anonymity because they are not authorized to discuss the case.

The FBI, local police and other agencies searched Hasan’s apartment Thursday night after evacuating the complex in Killeen, said city spokeswoman Hilary Shine. She referred questions about what was found to the FBI. The FBI in Dallas referred questions to a spokesman who was not immediately available early Friday morning.


Associated Press Writers Lara Jakes in Washington and Matt Curry in Dallas contributed to this report.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

NTS NOTE: NOW for some possible truth. Here is one comment on this article that I was able to dig up under: , in the comments, that possibly gives a REAL explanation to all of this shooting:

Mouser 3 hours ago 4 people liked this.
"In Washington, a senior U.S. official said authorities at Fort Hood initially thought one of the victims who had been shot and killed was the shooter. The mistake resulted in a delay of several hours in identifying Hasan as the alleged assailant."

The truth is probably something VERY different. For example:
'Two US privates John Smith and John Henry had been seeing a military psychiatrist major Hasan at Fort hood for a few weeks. Both privates said they were completely against the war of oppression in the middle east and would refuse to report for active duty if ordered to do so.
So the army put them both in therapy with Dr. Hasan. After more than five weeks of therapy both Christian privates were called to go to Afghanistan. Both privates warned they would not go and they would defend themselves with force if the army tried to force them to fight in a war they believed was morally wrong.
Yesterday fellow soldiers tried to surprize the two consciencious objectors but the privates were prepared and killed 12 soldiers who tried to force their way into the privates' barracks at Fort Hood.
During the mele their psychiatrist major Hasan, tried to talk the two privates into surrendering but he was shot twice.
Finally both privates were overcome and killed. Their psychiatrist major Hasan is in hospital recovering.'

Officials of the military have spun the story to make it seem the privates' doctor (who has a muslim sounding name) was the perpetraitor so that the public does not understand just how much resistance there is to the middle east war in the military rank and file.

The whole official Fort Hood cover story is 98% a lie - just like 9/11. Do you trust the main stream media for the truth in a story like this? Heck, for any story?

I do not.

Support the troops. End the war in the middle east and bring the troops home.


NTS Notes: I am beginning to fully believe the comment by this "Mouser" rather than the continued spinning coming out of the BS media. Their BS "Allah is Great" supposed scream by the Psychiatrist was what convinced me that there is a cover up, and the media is trying to create another "hate Muslims" situation to generate anger in Americans!

Don't be fooled by the media outlets... As I have said, the comment by Mouser appears to have more truth than what the MSM can spin! Wait and see.. There will be more truth coming out about this sorry episode, and we do need the truth!

More to come, definitely!



Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be so quick to jump to conclusions. All this speculation would be more likely if Hasan were now dead. The fact that he is alive and may end up in a trial some day with a chance to defend himself (or confess, allocute) tends to discredit some conspiratorial speculations.

Sometimes people really do "go postal."

Also, people don't generally walk around army bases carrying weapons, unless they're training, or transporting weapons, or something like that. So it's not unbelievable that one shooter could shoot so many people in such a short time.

The other thing is a motive for a scam. If this is supposed to weaken resistance to militarism -- it seems to me the effect will be the opposite. Isn't this incident increasing disillusionment with militarism, making people question the wisdom of it, and making many people feel sympathy for "the poor Muslim who was driven over the edge"?

Anyway, I don't get this idea that The Regime is intent on defaming Muslims. In fact I believe the goal is to increase US-Muslim interactions, promote the Masonic invention of "moderate Islam", increase Muslim immigration to America and Europe, increase pressure to "secularize" America, increase US-Muslim interaction and military alliances (now the US is "obliged" to sustain and protect its "allies" there forever), and so on. This would all be in accord with the Judeo-Masonic goal of destroying borders and "levelling" all religions (except Judaism of course).

U.S. Under-Secretary of Defense Douglas J. Feith, October 08, 2002:

"There are countries that have large Muslim populations that function perfectly moderately and aspire to the same kinds of basic values and principles that we aspire to, that want prosperity and political stability and respect for the rights of their people. You know, at the top of the list is a country like Turkey. There are countries throughout the Muslim world that share, I think, important principles with us."

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz
November 5, 2002:
"In the 1990’s, five different times the U.S. military went to the aid of Muslim people. ... Kuwait ... Kurdish population in northern Iraq ... Then to the aid of the Bosnians in former Yugoslavia, who were Muslim. Then to the aid of the Kosovo Albanians in Serbia, who are overwhelmingly Muslim, I think entirely Muslim. And also to the aid of the starving people of Somalia, who are all Muslim. ... It’s the terrorists who are the real enemy of Islam..."
November 5, 2002:
"it’s a hijacking of Islam. It’s a distortion of Islam"
April 8, 2002:
"what makes Indonesia so important is not just its size, but that it represents a Muslim tradition that epitomizes tolerance ... I have a lot of confidence in mainstream Islam and Indonesia."
July 17, 2002:
"I guess the two countries of Muslim majority that I know best are Turkey and Indonesia. I was the U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia for three years, which has the largest Muslim population in the world. I believe — I’ve read Bernard Lewis — the only two countries of Muslim majority where Islam is not the state religion. So I had the pleasure of experience in very tolerant Muslim majority societies. And that’s, I believe, the real future for Muslims."

And so on.

All I see is a constant drive to inextricably intertwine America with Islam, and promote this "de-radicalized" pseodo-Islam -- an Islam that is just quaint habits and not taken seriously -- just like Christianity has been similarly Masonized.

Anyway, I'm waiting to hear more details about this Fort Hood case.

Anonymous said...

In support of previous comment, consider this coverage from The Guardian:

"The US military is dealing with a rising number of stress-related homicides and suicides among soldiers who are serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, or have returned from duty in those conflicts. Many troops are on their third or fourth tour of combat.

"Some studies suggest that about 15% of soldiers returning from Iraq suffer from emotional problems.

"Last year there were 128 confirmed suicides by serving US army personnel, and 41 by serving marines – the highest number since records began in 1980.

"Another 15 army deaths were still under investigation when the figures were released in February.

"The confirmed rate of army suicides was 20.2 per 100,000 last year. In 2002, the army suicide rate was just 9.8 per 100,000. The last time it exceeded the civilian rate was at the height of the Vietnam war.

"Hasan did not fit the classic pattern of a stressed soldier. But someone listening day after day to troops describing the tension and carnage in Iraq and Afghanistan could end up as damaged as those facing combat at first hand."

This is how things work. Obama will visit a mosque and "do some outreach", the Army will set up more sensitivity courses for soldiers and do more to decrease "Islamophobia". More Muslims will be featured in military recruiting campaigns. Etc Etc Etc

Moss said...

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Northerntruthseeker said...

Moss: That is ludicrous! That was NOT a Muslim Attack on America by a long shot.

The Zionist controlled media wants to whip the American people into another anti-Muslim frenzy, and this Fort Hood attack is suspicious of that!

Northerntruthseeker said...

New evidence is coming out now that there were actually 3 shooters involved (?). Therefore now we have definite deviation from the "official AP" report!

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Could it be that they don't want to prosecute the actual shooters? That they're framing the doctor to take the easy way out and make some easy propagada. Army doctors are hardly trained to shoot.

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SoldierofYah said...

Very interesting. First I've heard of this. Nice work Northern.