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April 30, 2007

More Virginia Tech conspiracies

by Feòrag

United States: More and more conspiracy theorists have been hard at work coming up with their interpretation of the Virginia Tech shootings. After all, mentally ill person goes over the edge is far too simple to be the Truth. Salvador Astucia even manages to link it in with dead Wiccan soldiers being allowed to have a symbol of their religion on their gravestones.

There appears to be a great deal of occult activity in the Roanoke/Blacksburg area of Virginia... Have the police investigated the possibility that the slayings may have been ritualistic killings associated with satanic cults? Were any of the victims or their friends followers of Wicca, which is another term for witchcraft?...

Why did the Bush Administration endorse witchcraft within the military shortly after the slayings? Unbelievable as it sounds, the Bush Administration suddenly recognized Wicca (witchcraft) as a religion within the military less than one week after the Virginia Tech slayings... How is it possible that a conservative Republican and born-again Christian like George W. Bush would suddenly allow witchcraft to be a bona fide religion within the U.S. military? This happened just a few days after Bush spoke to students, faculty members, friends and relatives of shooting victims at Virginia Tech. If the situation weren't so tragic, it would make a funny comedy sketch on Saturday Night Live. I can just picture a Bush imitator saying, You young people have endured a great tragedy, and in times like this, we need to look to the Lord for guidance. And if that doesn't work, try witchcraft! This is unreal. Is it possible the Bush Administration's capitulation on Wiccans in the military was a quid pro quo of some sort–a payment to the true killers?

Of course, this particular hypothesis ignores the fact that there have been Wiccan (and, gasp, even Satanist) military chaplains in the US forces for about 20 years now.

Not so much a conspiracy theory, and more like hate speech aimed at an already demonised minority group, one of the American tabloids has decided that Cho did it because he was a poof. Of course, it makes complete sense! Pooves always go around stalking and harassing women to have sex with them.

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Posted in Conspiracies and Pooves and closet cases at 18:40. Last modified on October 14 2007 at 12:15.
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1: Posted by: Virginia Tech Conspiracy | May 6, 2007 1:35 PM

Conspiracy theorists who are convinced that Jewish people, homosexuals and Satanists are behind the Virginia Tech Massacre are utterly deluded. Belief that Satan Worshippers are in control of the United States is based on the ineffectual interpretation of cryptic symbology with no real basis or evidence. And an ignorance of Satanism.

However I must contend with the idea that this massacre is the action of a lone gunman. There are plenty of reasons to believe in a second gunman and a cover-up. The fact that the System Planning Corporation is involved in the "investigation" is cause enough for suspicion. We know that the CIA attempted to recruit VTech Students the summer before the massacre, that Seung-Hui Cho's sister is employed by the US State Department along with McNeil Technologies (a corporation involved in secret military facilities) and also that there are conflicting eye-witness descriptions of the gunman. We also know that Local Police were given a Federal Order to stand-down and NOT engage Seung-Hui Cho.

I'm convinced that there is more to the massacre than what we are told, but it is NOT the action of cultists. I feel that such anti-cultist paranoia is the bane of the Conspiracy Theorist world. Besides which such fear shows a misunderstanding of occultism to begin with.

Conspiracies are often the actions of individual, unrelated organizations; NOT some omniscient all powerful government.

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