Holder Calls Sikh Temple Shooting “An Act Of Terrorism” – But Labels Ft. Hood Massacre As “Workplace Violence”

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What a bunch of hypocrates…..

Of course it has nothing to do with the fact that Nidal Hasan is Muslim and the Skikh temple gunman is white.

(CNSNews.com) – U.S. Attorney Eric Holder, speaking at the Sikh Temple shooting memorial service in Oak Creek, Wis., on Friday, called the tragedy “an act of terrorism, an act of hatred,” and “a hate crime that is anathema to the founding principles of our nation and to who we are as an American people.”

The gunman, identified as Wade Michael Page, shot nine people at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin – killing six and injuring three others. Page, a suspected white Supremacist, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to police.

“For our nation’s law enforcement community, our resolve to prevent acts of terrorism and to combat crimes motivated by hatred has never been stronger, and that is precisely what happened here – an act of terrorism, an act of hatred, a hate crime that is anathema to the founding principles of our nation and to who we are as an American people,” he said.

Holder said that the Sikh community has been the victims of “this sort of violence” far too often. “In the recent past, too many Sikhs have been targeted and victimized simply because of who they are, how they look and what they believe. That is wrong. It is unacceptable, and it will not be tolerated,” he said.

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Surveillance Cameras Turned Off During Sikh Temple Shooting

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This will sound crazy to those not familiar with the MK Ultra program from the 1950s and up. But as you can see below, mind control is posible on the two recent shootings in order to have more gun control legislation in the US. These people are not above doing this. It is a possiblity.

The University of Colorado, Denver is mentioned as one of the institutions involved in the MK-ULTRA project of the CIA, which focused on controlling the minds of ordinary citizens so as to induce them into performing assassinations. An account of one such experiment, from all the way back in 1954, showed that it was possible to get individuals to fire a gun and then forget about it. (Incidentally, this is precisely the pattern evinced in the Sirhan Sirhan shooting. Sirhan fired a pistol in the general direction of Robert Kennedy, but then after being apprehended was never able to remember anything about the case.) The New York Times reported on the MK-ULTRA mind control program in 1978, following the wake of the Church Committee Hearings.

Questions as to whether there were multiple shooters involved in the Sikh temple massacre are likely to remain unanswered given the fact that surveillance cameras covering the property were turned off at the time of the incident.

According to NPR’s Dina Temple-Raston, who spoke with FBI Special Agent Teresa Carlson, “There was no video in the temple itself. Apparently, their surveillance camera wasn’t on.”

Why the camera was turned off during what one would expect to be the temple’s busiest time, a religious service on a Sunday, has not been explained.

The absence of video footage of the event makes it impossible to corroborate multiple eyewitness accounts attesting to the fact that more than one individual carried out the shootings.

Speaking with the Associated Press, an eyewitness stated, “Between ten and ten-thirty, four white males who were dressed darkly, dressed in all black clothing, came in and opened fire on our congregation.”

Temple member Amardeep Kaleka, whose mother and father were injured victims in the shooting, also told WISN that his parents said there were “multiple shooters, multiple people” and that the attack was “very well coordinated.”

Kaleka added that his father saw “multiple shooters of caucasian descent.”

An ITN News report also quoted the niece of one of the temple members who said, “An unknown number of gunmen had walked into the kitchen of the Sikh temple and opened fire.”

Another man at the scene told Sky News, “I think they had multiple shooters.”

In addition, the Chairman of the temple stated that the day before the attack there were a “few suspicious men seen on Temple premises,” again clearly suggesting the involvement of more than one person

Although speculation has centered around alleged shooter Wade Michael Page’s ties to white supremacists, a definitive motive for the massacre has yet to be established. After initially claiming Page was killed by a police officer, authorities now assert that he shot himself in the head.

Page’s racist views were likely developed during his stint in the Army at Fort Bragg between 1992 to 1998, during which time he was a member of the psychological operations unit.

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