‘Batman’ Gun Grab: The Port Arthur Massacre Parallels
The recent ‘Batman’ massacre in Colorado has evinced several characteristics of past gun related atrocities which, if anything, only serve to seriously undermine evidence against these alleged ‘lone gunman’. This incident is clearly becoming a precursor for a campaign to restrict gun ownership in the United States.
On 28th April 1996 the Port Arthur massacre which claimed 35 lives, was until then the greatest massacre executed by an ‘individual’, and was seminal in the subsequent evisceration of Australian gun ownership rights thereafter. Upon closer scrutiny however, the similarity of facts make these ‘lone gunmen’ suppositions at best ridiculous to downright impossible. Moreover, elements of these dubious circumstances tend to chillingly parallel similar terror related events in recent history, which strongly indicate a pattern of governmental participation.
Dearth of skills: Both James Holmes and the incarcerated Martin Bryant were reputed to lack sufficient skills to built sophisticated booby traps in the former’s case, and marksmanship to execute 19 people within 20 seconds, with each victim being killed by a single shot to the head, in the latter’s. The subsequent carnage would raise the total to 35 with an additional 22 casualties, with only 64 bullets spent. According to a court appointed psychiatrist Bryant possessed the IQ of the bottom 2 percentile. Bryant appeared so incompetent in handling firearms to the gun dealer Terry Smith, one month prior to the massacre that he refused to sell him any arms. Brigadier Ted Serong, former chief of Army Training in Vietnam for Australian forces became highly suspicious upon reading these reports commenting on the Sydney Morning Herald radio on the 10th April 1999, ‘There was almost a satanic accuracy to that shooting performance…(concluding) It was part of a deliberate attempt to disarm the population’. It should be noted that Brigadier Serong was highly qualified in counter terrorism, marksmanship and military policing, having declined a proffered position as Chief Commissioner of the Victorian Police.
Multiple gunmen/Witnesses: In both cases multiple gunman were reported by witnesses. In Port Arthur this initial report was from the Police. Nurse Wendy Scurr a witness in Port Arthur, complained special operations took 6 hours to confront Bryant at the siege, and complained Police were distorting facts of the case. Witness Graham Collyer, who was shot in the neck and ‘played possum’ in order to escape death, later declared emphatically that it ‘was not Bryant’, who maintained throughout never having travelled to Port Arthur on the day in question.
Drugged Appearance: Holmes’ drugged appearance during his arraignment session was reminiscent of reports of Bryant emerging from a building ablaze the 18 hour siege despite third degree burns to his body, indicating he was in a ‘lying’ position before awakening due to excruciating pain. His appearance was also ‘drugged’, which was confirmed by video footage of Martin leaving the building, ‘stumbling along like a dazed drunk’ .
Massacre Necessary: Prophecy or predictive programming?
What is most alarming are the brazen predictions threatening pandemonium for noncompliance of agenda preceding both events, indicating either insider knowledge or Nostradamesque like abilities..
"There will never be uniform Gun Laws in Australia until we see a massacre somewhere in Tasmania", stated Barry Unsworth the NSW Premier, in December 1987 at a conference in Hobart.
"If we don't get it right this time (gun laws) next time there is a massacre, and there will be, then they'll take all our guns off us", asserted the deputy prime minister Tim Fischer in May 1996.
On the 23rd July, 2012 Alex Jones cited similar sentiments expressed in a Democratic party memo to donors, which predicted an imminent event which would assist them in gun control policy.
The Drill: In what seems like countless government sponsored ops ranging from 911, 7/7 bombing to the ‘Batman’ massacre the use of a ‘drill’ pretext punctuates all these events. Bryant informed authorities that he was asked by his Middle Eastern handlers who had befriended him a month earlier, to remain at siege site in order to protect the ‘other’ hostages, appearing innocent and mystified as he surrendered to police during the blaze.
Martin Bryant never had any DNA or ballistic evidence linking him to the crime, and is supposed to have confessed under torture after denying allegations for many weeks whilst in hospital. Nevertheless he was sentenced to life imprisonment despite flagrant misfeasance by authorities. This modus operandi is becoming transparently facile, and such demonic practices need to routed out by applying pressure to congress and or parliament immediately.