For background, via The Atlantic:
California police spent Thursday morning on a statewide manhunt for Christopher Jordan Dorner, an ex-LAPD officer who they suspect is connected to the shootings of three police officers today and two killings over the weekend. The search for Dorner resulted in two innocent bystanders — newspaper deliverywomen — being shot, but the most frightening part of the mayhem that's currently shutting down the California just system came before any bullets flew: Dorner warned of the attacks in a lengthy, winding screed accusing dirty cops of maintaining Rodney King-era tactics — and warning of more attacks to come.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Dorner "wrote an online manifesto on his Facebook page, threatening to harm police officials and their families, law enforcement sources said." That unedited screed, which was published on Monday, is about 11,000 words long — part suicide-style note, part political rant, maybe even part target list — and has finally surfaced online. It may be the ravings of a fired officer gone on a rampage, but it also raises questions about what's wrong with the LAPD — or at least what the police could have done to prevent the killings, and where Dorner might be headed next as the search now extends from Las Vegas to LAPD headquarters, where snipers are currently on the roof in case Dorner returns.Breitbart.com goes into what the media is, for the most part, not telling America about this loon's manifesto.
What is being reported as Mr. Dorner's manifesto not only endorses Hillary Clinton for president in 2016 and vigorously defends Barack Obama and the Democrats' current gun control push; he also savages the NRA's Wayne LaPierre while expressing all kinds of love for some of the biggest stars in the left-wing media -- by name.
Chris Matthews, Joe Scarborough, Pat Harvey, Brian Williams, Soledad Obrien, Wolf Blitzer, Meredith Viera, Tavis Smiley, and Anderson Cooper, keep up the great work and follow Cronkite's lead. I hold many of you in the same regard as Tom Brokaw and the late Peter Jennings. …
Willie Geist, you're a talented and charismatic journalist.
...When it comes to defending Obama, Dorner sounds like he's been watching an awful lot of NBC News:
You disrespect the office of the POTUS/Presidency and Commander in Chief. You call him Kenyan, mongroid, halfrican, muslim, and FBHO when in essence you are to address him as simply, President. The same as you did to President George W. Bush and all those in the highest ranking position of our land before him. Just as I always have. You question his birth certificate, his educational and professional accomplishments, and his judeo-christian beliefs. You make disparaging remarks about his dead parents.
Mr. Dorner's gun control views make it sound as though much of his thinking has been affected by CNN. In a paragraph that mentions Sandy Hook, Dorner writes:
If you had a well regulated AWB, this would not happen. The time is now to reinstitute a ban that will save lives. Why does any sportsman need a 30 round magazine for hunting? Why does anyone need a suppressor? Why does anyone need a AR15 rifle? This is the same small arms weapons system utilized in eradicating Al Qaeda, Taliban, and every enemy combatant since the Vietnam war. Don't give me that crap that its not a select fire or full auto rifle like the DoD uses. That's bullshit because troops who carry the M-4/M-16 weapon system for combat ops outside the wire rarely utilize the select fire function when in contact with enemy combatants.
Those sound just like Piers Morgan's talking points, no? Well, surprise-surprise, Dornan agrees 100% with Morgan on gun control, though he does worry that Morgan is hurting the cause:
Mr. Morgan, the problem that many American gun owners have with you and your continuous discussion of gun control is that you are not an American citizen and have an accent that is distinct and clarifies that you are a foreigner. I want you to know that I agree with you 100% on enacting stricter firearm laws[.]
This is not to say that Hillary, Obama, et al are responsible for Dorner's insanity, only he is. The issue here is, once again, the double standard. Keep in mind that the same Obama Lapdog Media, including Piers Morgan, who ignore these details of this manifesto couldn't wait to blame Sarah Palin and The Tea Party for the tragedy in Tucson, AZ in January 2011, simply because Palin used a surveyor's mark to "target" Gabby Gifford's House seat for defeat. This was done despite the fact that the nut that committed that horrific act, Jared Loughner, had no links to Palin or the Tea Party. The only political influence on the Tucson shooter that was noted by some who knew him, was an obsession with a documentary called Zeitgeist. Robert Stacy McCain, writing at the American Spectator, was one of the few who brought this fact to light.
Divided into three parts, Zeitgeist begins with a half-hour assault on Christianity as a myth. The film asserts that Jesus is “a literary and astrological hybrid… a plagiarization of the Egyptian sun-god Horus.” This is a thesis promoted in a series of books, including The Christ Conspiracy (1999), by author D.M. Murdock, who writes under the pen-name “Achyra S.”Murdock served as an adviser on Zeitgeist, and the film’s popularization of her “Christ-myth” ideas has brought it to the attention of Christian writer James Patrick Holding of Tektonics Ministry. He notes that many viewers ofZeitgeist claim it has “shown them the truth for the first time,” and that it evidently appeals to those“disaffected with the status quo.” Holding said Zietgeist“also seems to have appeal among what I call ‘fundamentalist atheists’ who are deeply hostile to Christianity.”
Deeply hostile, indeed, as the film tells viewers:“Christianity, along with all other theistic belief systems, is the fraud of the age.” This idea of fraudulent mythology is then carried over into the film’s second segment, about the 9/11 attacks: “A myth is an idea that, while widely believed, is false. In a deeper sense, in the religious sense, a myth serves as an orienting and mobilizing story for a people.” That 35-minute segment ends with audio of a speech by John F. Kennedy talking about a “ruthless and monolithic conspiracy.” Of course, JFK was talking about communism, but after a half-hour of claims that the U.S. government was responsible for the 9/11 attacks, Kennedy’s words about “infiltration” and “subversion” take on a different meaning for the intended audience. And that segment ends with scenes of Kennedy’s 1963 assassination in Dallas.
What follows in the third segment of Zeitgeist is a mélange of conspiracy-theory stuff about “ruthless banking interests,” in which such usual suspects as the Rothschilds make their appearance. The narrator declares the income tax “completely unconstitutional,” despite the 16th Amendment, which specifically authorizes it. U.S. involvement in World War I, World War II and Vietnam are all denounced as the results of secret plots, and Prescott Bush — father and grandfather of presidents — is portrayed as a Nazi collaborator. Finally, Zeitgeistpushes fears of a government scheme to implant communications chips into people to track their whereabouts, and concludes by warning of a “surveillance society,” a future “where everyone is tracked, everyone is on camera and everyone is subordinated.”Indeed, the film’s narrator tells viewers in the closing monologue,“social manipulation” has already “completely inhibited the culture,” creating “a controlled population utterly malleable in the hands of the few.”
This is the paranoid worldview that Jared Loughner absorbed as he watched Zeitgeist obsessively. He was not the only one obsessed with it. The film has created a worldwide“movement” with thousands of followers, in which the director, Peter Joseph, has joined forces with Jacque Fresco, promoter of the utopian “Venus Project” that promises a currency-free“resource-based” future.But all that was overlooked because the character assassination of a potential GOP Presidential candidate, who not only is the most articulate conservative since Ronald Reagan, but also threatened what passes as modern feminism, needed to be conducted by the Obama Lapdog Media.
The same media who ignore the ravings of this lunatic, because it doesn't fit their political narrative of "blame the right-wing figure or group."