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The Other Whys, Without Answers.

April 22, 2007

Here is a question or two that should be ask of George W. Bush. Why is it that when hurricane Katrina hit you did not show up for days. When 33 are gunned down at Virginia Tech you show up the very next day. Why is that?

Now we are seeing the Washington crowd saying that this was a “National Emergency”. This was not an emergency of a caliber, it was an awful event, but in now way a “National Emergency”. The only thing that this may turn out to be is a large screw up on the law enforcement.

It is coming out, the reason 2 hours passed without action being taken was due to the fact that local and campus police were told to stand down until the Feds got there.

Though wishing to remain anonymous for obvious reasons, we have received calls from police and EMT’s who tell us that a stand down order was in place, and this is also confirmed by eyewitness Matt Kazee, who is a Blacksburg local.

The policy of federal control over the University was put in place following a previous shooting in August 2006 in which a police officer and a hospital security guard were killed.

This raises other questions, why. Why the police would be told to stand down when so many lives are at risk is unbelievable.

Anther question that has been brought up is; where did the chains he was said to use to chain the doors come from? No one saw him carrying them with him, and it was said that they were not in the buildings.

Many people questioning the proximity to the “Above Top Secret laboratory about thirty miles from Blacksburg Va.


“News Commentary” claims “Blacksburg, VA houses a US government ABOVE TOP SECRET underground laboratory (in the side of a local Blacksburg mountain) that develops in conjunction with DARPA, weapons such as human robotic mind control programming.” A Google search, however, turns up no mention of mind control experiments, of course, but there is plenty of reference to the “Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory… 7,000 feet under Butt Mountain” in Blacksburg.

Just for your information this was not the largest mass killings at a school, as the media is telling you. Although the largest was done with dynamite not guns, and was a grade school. It does not take away from the devastation of either.


On May 18, 1927, in what became known as the Bath School disaster, Andrew Kehoe, a cash-strapped farmer and local school board member killed his wife, bombed every building on his farm before explosives he had secretly hidden under the school building located in the central business district went off. He later drove to the school in a truck rigged with more explosives which he detonated next to the school superintendent. In all, Kehoe killed 44 people and himself, in the worst school violence in U.S. history. Only half of the 1000 lb (450 kg) of explosives set under the school went off, probably greatly lowering the death toll. Thirty-eight out of the 314 students, three teachers, the superintendent, the postmaster and a local farmer assisting at the scene were killed. Most of the dead were students from second to sixth grade. Fifty-eight others were injured.

So no mater what you thought before, you need to agree it is really strange that in this case it was wrong to tell the local authority to stand down.

One Comment leave one →
  1. April 22, 2007 2:29 pm

    Thanks, always good posts on your blog!


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