“Known Wolf” Attack – Palm Beach Teen Stabs Family During Sleepover – Claims Islamic Faith Made Him Do It – One Dead, Two Seriously Wounded…

A 17-year-old named Corey Johnson claimed his Muslim faith commanded him to fatally stab a 13-year-old boy during a sleepover and severely injured another 13-year-old along with his mother who was stabbed more than a dozen times.

Palm Beach Florida authorities said the attacker confessed to the killing, attempted killings, and the motive of Islamic Jihad.  After killing one teen and stabbing two more people Johnson barricaded himself in a room when police arrived. He was taken into custody at about 8 a.m. by the city’s SWAT team.

According to local media “Interim Chief Clint Shannon said Jupiter police, Palm Beach County School District police and the FBI previously investigated Johnson for “alleged violent tendencies” that they received through “intelligence gathering” in the northern part of the county.”  He recently dropped out of school.

Palm Beach – […] Corey Johnson, 17, was arrested Monday after he reportedly confessed to stabbing the three people while he spent the night at a friend’s home in the gated community off PGA Boulevard.

He faces one murder and two attempted-murder charges in the stabbings. The FBI also is investigating the attacks.  […] Johnson, who police said recently withdrew from William T. Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens, told authorities he woke up at about 4 a.m. Monday at his friend Kyle Bancroft’s home. He decided to kill Kyle’s mother, Elaine Simon; Kyle’s brother, Dane, 13; and Dane’s friend, Jovanni Sierra, 13, while they slept, he said.

Johnson and Kyle watched violent jihadist videos Sunday night, they said. Johnson stabbed Jovanni Sierra and slit his throat with a knife he had brought with him to the house.

Johnson said he read the Quran before going to the house. He turned to the Muslim holy book “to give him courage to carry out his intentions,” according to an arrest report.

[…] As Mrs. Simon walked to the top of the stairs, Johnson lunged at her with a knife and stabbed her. She told city police she’d known the teen for a decade. Authorities said she was stabbed at least a dozen times and fell down the stairs.  13-year-old Dane ran to protect his mother. He was stabbed more than two dozen times, police said. (more)

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507 Responses to “Known Wolf” Attack – Palm Beach Teen Stabs Family During Sleepover – Claims Islamic Faith Made Him Do It – One Dead, Two Seriously Wounded…

  1. joshua says:

    The students are all marching about complaining about GUNS.

    But the real problem is with the STUDENTS themselves.

    The students are doing the killing….but that doesn’t fit the liberal activist message and the kids are too stupid to make the logical conclusion that the problem is with OTHER KIDS KILLING KIDS.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      The problem is the crazy students who are literally getting away with murder because the adults are incapable of controlling them, for whatever reason.

      Where are Corey Johnson’s parents? And I have questions about Elaine SImon too.

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      • jmclever says:

        not unable, unwilling to control the children

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        • Sharon says:

          YES!

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          • Doc Moore says:

            All “parents are to blame” is nice, finger pointing speculation. Fact is there are LOT of unruly, down-right shitty kids that no one can “control”. Parents play an utterly pivotal role in determining the outcome for healthy, unruly kids. There are, however, some few kids who need a lot more help than parents can give. Any parents. And we do not have any public resource to correct or cage those few. When it comes to murderously violent, pathologically deviant kids, we need public institutional professional resources…and Trump has said so too. Since he understands this, there is hope that before the Democrats managed to defeat him, he will get such programs underway.

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            • Sharon says:

              I guess that would explain all the school shootings in the ’50s when my friends and family carried their rifles and shotguns to school regularly, particularly in the fall.

              Parents are not the only factor, obviously.

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            • MontanaMel says:

              Just remember those famous words, from BILL C.:

              You just remember, Lamar, I brought you into this world and I can take you out any time I choose!

              Circa 1969/70: Why is there Air.

              (Don’t miss his skit on the COBRA 427 on the back side, I think…).

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            • WE are UP TO HERE with this response of some kids just being like that. THe preponderance of kids in single families and the preponderance of leftist judges, teachers and media has made this a NORM instead of an exception.

              When this is happening in any given neighborhood and we see either gangs, drugs or Islamonutjobs all being reviewed without the OBVIOUS conclusions about the support networks utter failure we STOP using this idea that ANY children are out of control and downright ‘shitty’.

              Children come into this world without these tendencies.
              Our culture is now bloodthirsty, self-centered, callous and adolescent in their mindset and maturity.

              Kids are downright out of control when society takes away guidelines that children have adhered to in healthy societies through history.
              We are in a ‘I’ll make it up as I go along and won’t be told what is better than my own ideas’ time.

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            • Lurker2 says:

              I shouldn’t have to lose my kid because some other parent(s) can’t control their own.

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        • Bendix says:

          I know a mother, a single parent through no fault of her own, the father died, who was doing a very good job of raising her son, until two things happened. He had his fifteenth birthday, a time when a lot of boys turn temporarily rotten, and he had started high school, where he’s in with a lot of really bad kids who never were raised right.
          The poor woman has exhausted every remedy she has. No one will help her, they only want to tell hr what she HAS TO do, and also what she CAN’T do.
          The kid is a brat, who needs a man to kick him in the pants, but that’s not going to happen.
          This boy is sane and not homicidal, but if he were I doubt she would be able to do anything about it before he hurt somebody.

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          • The bad kids and the absolutely indifferent or activist educators makes for a lethal brew.

            Boot camp appears to work fantastically and it ought not to cost the earth, because it is the only place they’ll be forced to grow up and look at a reality that their peers, their educators and the elites routinely avoid.

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          • Lurker2 says:

            I totally understand the difficulty, but she needs to do something before that kid hurts someone else. She’s the parent, it’s her responsibility. She can’t put it on everyone else.

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          • wondering999 says:

            A long-time friend had this problem. By age 12, her son was larger and stronger than she was. She could not control him, and he pushed her around, literally. She had divorced because her ex, the son’s father, was seriously alcoholic. Eventually a football coach helped somewhat by motivating her son and redirecting his behavior. After puberty, children are no longer “children”, even though they are not prepared for full adulthood yet. It’s a difficult passage for the kids and the parents and the school, and yes, students who do not behave responsibly should be warned, then routed out if they pose a risk to others.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            I kinda resemble that remark–the kid that is. Don’t know where I’d be now without Christian faith and the Grace of God. Without that, it’s a dark, confused road.

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        • Neural says:

          Thank you! Thank you for stating the truth. The complete lack of discipline and outright turning a blind eye to bullies and other violent behavior is the primary problem in schools today, but also our entire society. I learned early on in school that the system always sided with the bullies, and often enabled them. This has been going on for decades, and from the very early years of it, the bullies of years past are now managers, police officers, and, worst of all, politicians. It is a self perpetuating disaster in the making.
          Again, I will bring up the irrational levels of compassion and mercy that our society has.

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          • Harry says:

            I don’t know if the System sided with bullies, as I had lots of people in Junior High trying to fight me every day of the week. High School slowed down somewhat, but I had a few in 9th Grade, too.

            Now, I did say, “try and fight me” because I beat the crap out of every one that tried shit with me. Really, you would have thought after so many beatings, they would leave me alone, but no. Leaving them with two black eyes, or a bloody nose, and mouth tends to make your point that you don’t like to be screwed with. Even the dumbest of them eventually get it.

            Even though I never started the fights, I still got Detention. I was in it so often, that I started getting my mail there. What should people get from this? Even though you don’t look for trouble, that doesn’t mean that it won’t find you. It is better to fight, and defend yourself, than take days, weeks, or years of harassment.

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      • czarowniczy says:

        “We need that generation of young people who begin to reach political maturity in the midst of a disciplined and desperate struggle against the bourgeoisie. …it must subordinate to this struggle, and link up with it, each step in its studies, education and training.” Lenin

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    • ediegrey says:

      And the FBI is useless once again, just for good measure.

      Liked by 7 people

      • comradewhoopie says:

        Let’s face it, the FBI has always had corrupt leadership from day one starting with J. Edgar Hoover.

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      • Bendix says:

        It can’t be stated ENOUGH. That Hogg kid was used to turn the narrative away from that tumor of an agency, and onto guns.
        Maybe they can now say, imagine how many more this new murderer could have killed if knives had bump stocks.
        I doubt they will mention this at all.

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      • Y2K says:

        I’m not a FBI agent.

        I’m a FBI monitor.

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    • Michael says:

      That argument doesn’t work in Chicago either.

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    • 335blues says:

      These deaths lie at the feet of the marxist democrat party.
      they have destroyed the family structure,
      they have destroyed traditional marriage,
      they have destroyed our school system,
      they have destroyed our system of justice,
      they are destroying our civil society,
      they are intent on dividing and conquering us,
      they smile at the chaos, violence and death,
      they are trying to disarm us so we won’t shoot back,
      they are proceeding according to their plan,
      so many won’t call it a conspiracy,
      hell yes, it’s a conspiracy,
      and it’s consuming us.

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      • Kenji says:

        That pretty well sums it up. Sadly, but absolutely true. PS … the “Village” is doing a horrible job at raising our children. It started with daycare center pedophiles … which has graduated to public school shootings.

        Listen up youngsters, if you can manage it … Home School your children! You can teach them far more than the UNIONista Leftist indoctrination factories called public schools will teach them.

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      • Bendix says:

        They are trying to destroy the concept of motherhood, as well.
        Kids in the sick environment that is a school today, can not help but react poorly.
        Someone like Nicholas Cruz had problems that should have kept him out of that environment. He obviously couldn’t handle it.
        Not every child with issues will become a killer, but every child with preexisting problems will be affected negatively by an unsuitable environment.
        PC dictates that such children be drugged to the point where they can tolerate the intolerable. Until they can’t.
        It’s no wonder that when these people snap, it’s the school they take it out on.

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        • Maquis says:

          School is also they only world they’ve know. Those are the people they have obsessed over and blamed and fought with for years.

          Too many times I hear that crap about High School being “the best years of your life.” It would seem that some believe that, and their world falls apart when it’s over.

          It’s about culture.

          The Marxists know that.

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      • I’d say that it’s liked by more than half the country.

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      • dayallaxeded says:

        Most significantly, they have eliminated God from schools and from public life generally. They have empowered anti-God, i.e., demonic powers within our nation and cultural institutions. The results are disgustingly, tragically predictable.

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      • Harry says:

        So, I want to know why you keep putting up with it? If you know they are all those things, why do you bother interacting with them, at all? When does your sane side take to the streets, in Mass demonstrations, demanding our rights as guaranteed under the Constitution, and arresting all of those that break their Oaths to protect and defend it?

        If you knew someone was in a Mental Institution, would you board an Airplane if that same person was going to be your Pilot? Then why do we allow these same Mental detectives to take hold of, and control our Schools, Courts, Political Offices, and News Media Outlets? That is insanity. The patients are running the Asylum.

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      • Lady Sid says:

        If I had time, I would embroider an old-fashioned sampler with these words on it! Thank you for your post.

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    • Bendix says:

      That is a very good point, Joshua.
      It relates to something I heard at church, where one of the parishioners said a prayer for the Parkland students, and he also said that no matter what else was going on, there was a moral and spiritual problem going on in the lives of the kids.
      There are plenty of mentally ill people, but there are also people who are not mentally ill, who nonetheless are moved to murder their peers.
      The hate preexists the violence.
      I want to say it a second time, for emphasis. Joshua is on to something here, that isn’t being brought out in the open.

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    • RLC2 says:

      Wonder if Palm Beach County school board is also a recipient of Obama-Holder Promise program federal grant money- it appears the student was not reported to local law enforcement promptly.

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    • Patty FromTexas says:

      The problem is how we handle our mentally children who grow up to be mentally ill adults. These people are started on SSRIs for behavior problems as kids, drugs that are clearly and rightfully labeled with suicide warnings. Without supervision they often go off their meds, entering into the danger zone where the risk of homicidal or suicidal ideation occurs. America has always had guns. The inalienable right to keep and bear arms is enumerated in the constitution, only now we release our mentally ill children without supervision and trust that these mentally ill adults will adhere to their medication regime.

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  2. Bitter Clinger says:

    I have seen nothing about Corey Johnson’s parents in any article I’ve read about this. Where in the Sam Hill are they?

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      Too many rush to blame the FBI. I blame the parenting decisions of these young boys.

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      • G. Combs says:

        IF the left wants us to give up guns
        THEN the FBI darn well better catch these budding killers BEFORE they kill.

        Otherwise WE get to defend ourselves with guns.

        However the Supreme Court has already ruled:
        Supreme Court rules police have no duty to protect
        WASHINGTON, June 27, 2005 – The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the police did not have a constitutional duty to protect a person from harm, even a woman who had obtained a court-issued protective order against a violent husband making an arrest mandatory for a violation. …

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        • dalethorn says:

          If the Left wants us to give up guns then they’d better arm up themselves and prepare for the thing they don’t believe in.

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        • Kenji says:

          The Left wants us to give up parenting as well. The Left wants to control EVERYTHING … esp. starting with young children’s impressionable minds.

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        • Neural says:

          This ruling by the Supreme Court is a death sentence to America. This one ruling turned the entire policing system of the country into nothing more than a politically driven force. Sure, there are policemen/women who will make it their duty to protect, but this ruling strips away any incentive to do so. Meanwhile, the liberals are slowly eroding our gun rights.
          Removing the “duty” to protect, allows any police officer to discriminate on who they will help, even if their method of discrimination is based on their knowledge that the victim calling for help is of a given skin color or religious belief.

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        • If the FBI wants us to give up guns then they are constitutionally unfaithful and have the obligation to quit and/or leave this country.

          We have a second amendment put in place by people a hell of a lot more aware of reality than almost anyone in power or with influence today.

          Our Christianity has been taken away. Assimilation to our language and our culture has been taken away.

          The whole world is aware that the elites are doing nothing but voicing platitudes of sympathy and urgency while murder, massacre, rape and torture is unleashed upon the masses, courtesy of THEIR influence.

          GUNS are NECESSARY and it is very sad that Australia gave up theirs, leaving only Israel and the U.S. to be fighting off this tide of evil.

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            Right–true of all gummint personnel, especially the elected ones–2nd A is part of the Constitution they SWORE to uphold. They are liars, oath breakers, and seditionists–if the noose fits, they should wear it.

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          • Harry says:

            Switzerland’s Citizenry is well armed, too. The average Swiss home has three fully automatic Military rifles, that are provided by the Government to them, after each Citizen completes his mandatory eight weeks of Military training. The Government also provides all the ammunition to its people, who have to be on notice, or stand-by alert, in case their Country is invaded. The Swiss do not have a Standing Army, so everyone plays a part in Switzerland’s defense, the same way that our Colonial Minute Men had to be ready at a minutes notice.

            Notice, as well, the fully armed population of Switzerland, the heaviest armed in all of Europe, and contrast that with the fact that they also have one of the lowest crime rates in Europe, too. They also don’t go out of their way to import backward, Third World killers and degenerates into their Country. You abide by their laws, or they show you the door.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I think we have some overwhelmed single mothers who are incapable of properly controlling their mentally ill sons. I’m thinking about Nancy Lanza who was single through divorce and the father didn’t seem to be around at all to help take care of Adam. Also the Parkland shooter’s mother who was single because her husband had died. She was much older than the typical mother of a 19 year old, she had adopted Nikolas when she was already 50 if i recall correctly so was in her mid to late 60’s when he was becoming a big problem. And now we have Corey Johnson’s mother, Corey clearly being a big problem like Nikolas Cruz if news reports are correct, and even the victim Elaine Simon who also seems to be single allowing her 15 year old son to hang out with a 17 year old troublemaker, even inviting Corey into her home to sleep over. See the info I posted at the bottom of the prior page. It’s just crazy to me. What’s going on with the parenting?

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          “overwhelmed”………….interesting word. Implies helpless and some level of disengaged.

          Didn’t Nancy Lanza keep guns in the house; knowing the issues with her son?

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          • covfefe999 says:

            Nancy Lanza struck me as being psychologically troubled as well. And yes she did keep guns in the house, and lots of ammo too, and didn’t she take Adam shooting with her? Adam was clearly messed up. I’m fine with taking normal healthy kids shooting but not one like Adam. The father had remarried I think, lived in another city, and seemed to be completely absent from caring for son Adam.

            I think single mothers have their hands full. It’s hard enough to just be single and have to take care of everything yourself. Add one or more kids into the mix and it can be overwhelming. Then add mental illness … it’s a problem. A lot of these women have to work to support the families leaving very little time for good oversight, relaxation, or fun activities. What a mess, I definitely don’t envy them. But the ones who have the mentally ill kids who become killers definitely need to be helped, or need to toughen up and do what is necessary to gain control. It starts with them.

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            • Bob Thoms says:

              I agree it is a problem. But there are resources available. I think in the case of Nancy Lanza, she didn’t think there was a problem brewing with her son…hence, the guns, ammo, and trips to the shooting range.

              Not saying more can’t be done. But for single parents struggling with these issues, there are resources for help – church groups, community out reach, government services, etc.

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              • TreeClimber says:

                Sorry, no disrespect meant but I’m calling BS. Maybe there are in your area, but not where we live – we went to every so-called charity and help organization and they turned us away. A few blacks, mostly Mexicans/Latinos, waltzing in past us, getting everything they wanted, no proof of anything required – job or citizenship or anything. My mother was a stay-at-home mom raising us, using food stamps and the tiny bit of child support we got – until my worthless sire stopped paying it, at which point I got a stay-at-home job – and no one would ever help us. Organizations claim they help single moms… it’s a lie.

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                • Bob Thoms says:

                  Like I posted. More can be done to help these broken families.

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                • The Jimmy Jackz says:

                  Sorry but she should have been working if things were that tough. How could she be a stay at home mom in that circumstance? Maybe I missed something.

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                • TreeClimber says:

                  Jimmy – she decided us being poor was better than my sister and I being placed in public school. Besides, she had health issues that forbade it (complications from a mastectomy.)

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                • Harry says:

                  You didn’t get any help, because you were the wrong color, and spoke English. Get it? You don’t count. The only thing people like us get, is the bill for everything. We can work our entire lives, and pay into these Shell game programs, with our taxes, but God help you if you ever need anything from one of these places that you, and your family supported your entire working lives. Enough, already!

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          • dayallaxeded says:

            I don’t remember enough details about Lanza to be sure, but I’ll say this–demonization of gun ownership and the constant drumbeat of threats against our rights and especially our right to self-defense, including against gummint overreach, has put patriotic citizens in a tough position and one that is tailor-made for extreme results.

            With particular respect to Lanza, mom may have had strong feelings about her 2nd A rights, perhaps intensified by not having her husband around. Add to that the peculiarities of an autistic child, who likely found some peace, and sense of achievement in working with the technicalities of firearms and the singular focus of target shooting.

            I happen to know just such a young man who has many autism-related problems, but none of them violent and who excels in target shooting (as well as mathematical pursuits). What he has that Lanza apparently didn’t is a solid family and religion (orthodox Jews). We all have a God-shaped hole in us. Pisslam only makes that hole bigger and attempts to fill it with violence and subjugation of other people. We have to get the true, one God back into our society’s and especially our childrens’ lives.

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      • Bendix says:

        The FBI is to blame.
        I’m not in a rush. I’ve been watching for years, YEARS, while this good for nothing agency gets away with doing worse than nothing.
        They knew about the 9/11 terrorists. They knew about the Tsarnaevs. They knew about the Mateens. Don’t even get me started on their performance in San Bernardino.
        This isn’t a rush. It is COLD ANGER.

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      • 17 is a “young boy” now? Less than 100 years ago, real “young boys’ on farms and in town hadafter-school and weekend jobs to help their families, to get the education and training they craved so they could get a real man’s job, with men’s pay and all the benefits thereto appertaining.

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        • And oh, I forgot to mention, they usually started at 10 (in cities and towns) or 12 years old (on farms.)

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          • wondering999 says:

            Yes. And this made more sense. I’m not in favor of harsh child labor conditions, but I am in favor of learning to work and contribute to others just as they contribute to you. There are helpful jobs that 10-12 year olds can do, learn from, and feel proud of their contributions.

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            • Harry says:

              Absolutely. They are called, “Chores”. We all had chores to do around the house, whether it was cleaning your own room, and making your bed, to doing the dishes, by hand, and drying them, and putting them away, to raking the leaves, cutting the lawn, and taking out the garbage. If you had a dog, you also had to feed it, walk it, brush it, and clean its mess up in the yard. That was all part of being a responsible pet owner. Do it, or don’t have a dog.

              My children were raised with the same chores. They needed responsibility, and more of it as they grew older. It was good enough for us growing up, so it is good enough for them.

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        • dayallaxeded says:

          17 is a man. A young man, but a man. He should be tried as an adult, if he is not found mentally incompetent.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Mention here: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/breaking-feds-planned-charge-gardens-teen-for-international-school-threats/0oRF1KCDKL4BWqB7Kgg0zO/ Just a mother, no mention of a father. Read about Corey’s history too. This could have been another Parkland.

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    • “Operation Hogg Wash Blown Wide Open”…. false flag exposed

      StateoftheNation2012.com/?p=96393

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      • dalethorn says:

        Can’t open link because it’s blocked for “security” reasons.

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      • Eskyman says:

        Well, I had no problem opening that link, and thanks for posting it!- but I’ll put the entire link in again here:

        http://stateofthenation2012.com/?p=96359

        It’s an eye-opener, all right! This woman Emma Jane Gonzales is revealed as an actress and scriptwriter; a graduate of NYU; and a cousin to the infamous David Hogg.

        Not that it’s illegal to be an actor or anything, but she is one. A “crisis actor?” You decide!

        You can read about her on IMDB, though her bio there is curiously missing. She is apparently one of the mainstays of a NY children’s comedy group known as Kids ‘N Comedy, who do shows, hold comedy classes, and workshops for high schoolers. It says in her bio there, “She will never get any taller.” Perfect for role-playing a high school kid herself, right?

        For me, this just adds the finishing touches to this Deep State setup. There’s just too much wrong with this “Hogg Wash,” as SOTN put it!

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    • hanna693 says:

      They are evidently rich and must be democrats and their names are not released and their pictures. They just said he admired Hitler and recently started worshiping the Quran…but,,but…ya know….we just left him alone. please protect our privacy, blah blah. That poor boy that had his throat slit. The mom could not even get to him because the rat stabbed her to stop her. The boy is demon possessed, it is too bad we don’t have someone walking the earth like Jesus who did cast demons out all the time in children. It is simply good versus evil, and evil is running rampant.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Hmmm. Seems that the “elite” and the DEMONcRATs practice Doxxing, however, so perhaps a little turn-about is fair play…

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    • cali says:

      @Bitter Clinger: Right! Where are the parents of this youngster and who are they? You wonder what’s going on in that household. I assume reading the Quran was known to his parents although I admit I don’t know. The texts as written in the Quran are not easy to understand and a youngster like this 17 years old did not read it under his blankets with a flashlight hiding it from his parents?
      Twitter, Facebook and Google censor conservatives, gown owners, Trump supporters, anyone using the word God and other issues yet here he watched violent jihad videos? Really?
      I suppose a conservative is to be banned, accounts closed or shadow banned because he/she may pose such a danger? Jihadists hacking off heads with dull knives to prolong the suffering is not dangerous enough to delete by these tech giants?
      It’s telling!

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    • Jim says:

      My guess (from the lack of reporting) is that they are wealthy lefties.

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  3. Bob Thoms says:

    Do we know if these boys were raised in broken homes; in which the father was a no-show?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      It appears Corey’s mother is single. Not sure of the rest of the circumstances.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Common thread in about 95% of these shootings? Right or wrong?

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        • covfefe999 says:

          Not Columbine. But Sandy Hook yes and Parkland yes. Not sure about the others.

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          • Bendix says:

            Columbine is also different, IMO, in that the one who planned the thing, I forget his name, did not appear to me to be mentally ill.
            Yes, he had problems in that area, anyone who would kill does. But it appeared to me that he did it out of a sense of revenge against the other students. More similar to the murders we see in Chicago.
            A friend of mine who read a book about Columbine said that in his opinion the kid had a warped relationship with his parents.

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            • annieoakley says:

              Both Columbine killers parents were in the home and married. One was on an antidpressant the other took nothing. One of the teens drove a BMW to school.

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          • Not Thurston. Both parents were public school teachers. The killer killed them first, then went to school. Lots of heroes there – both kids and students, so fatalities were at a minimum – one or two, I think. It was a long time ago and I’ve forgotten many details. Oh, yes, the kid was taking Prozac.

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        • repsort says:

          single mother homes, medicated w/ psychotropics, indoctrinated in public “schools”, etc.

          ..main ingredients for creating a dysfunctional monster.

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          • Bob Thoms says:

            And the baseline is a broken home. We have way too many families being split up due to marriages that SHOULD HAVE NEVER TAKEN PLACE.

            On the other end of the scale we have military moms- raising well adjusted kids on their own. They get a lot of support while their husbands are deployed.

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          • andyocoregon says:

            Add in unrestricted access to the internet. I’m not much for censorship, but teenagers who close themselves away into their bedrooms and use the internet all day every day can be easily influenced by all the evil manipulators that exist in cyberspace.
            There are not only pedophiles lurking on the internet, but there are also foreign (i.e. Muslim Jihad) engineers of depravity. And young minds can be easily led into negative activities.

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            • Risa says:

              You are absolutely correct. The internet gives children and teens access to every perversion and form of violence in existence while sitting in their bedroom. Unless a parent is monitoring their use 24/7 there is no way for them to know what their child is exploring online. Combine that with violent video games, movies, and public schools patterned socially after “Lord of the Flies”, and you have a recipe for disaster.

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            • Lurker2 says:

              That is definitely a problem. My friends used to say letting your kid on the uncensored internet is like taking them to the worst part of town, dropping them off, and then telling them you’ll pick them up later. Parents have so much to do already and now here’s another thing, they have to be computer experts, at least enough to install some controls on their computers which of course the kids are constantly trying to break. And if some parents are successful the kids will find some kid whose parents haven’t implemented any controls.

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    • Rynn69 says:

      Exactly. Why are we not analyzing family situations as well as other environmental concerns to show correlations to target solutions? It most likely comes down to parenting.

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      • Lurker2 says:

        I agree. It seems people are always focused on the downstream elements. Guns are the very endpoint of this problem. Police and FBI are in the middle. The problem starts with the kid and the parents are the ones with the full understanding of the problems of that kid and are or are not doing anything about it. I do have sympathy for the parents, especially the single ones, with problem kids, but dang it get control before your kid takes my kid’s life! It’s just insane to me that anyone would deflect that responsibility. If you have a feral dog that terrorizes the neighborhood, do something with that dog before it hurts or kills. Same with your kid. If you have to send your kid to an institution, boot camp, or whatever, then do it.

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  4. Jane Smith says:

    My first thought was…not the FBI monitoring again!

    Then, I thought…what can the FBI do for a mentally unstable person who is threatening others?
    They can admit the person against that person’s will for an analysis…but, only for a short time period. Then, the person is free again.

    So, what can be done?
    Perhaps we have to go back to insane asylums?

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    • uvaldegirl says:

      Homes for the criminally insane. Being a juvenile probably releases him at 18 in most scenarios.

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    • New Nonna to be Again!!! says:

      We need hospitals dedicated to mental illness!! They were all closed down and where did all those patients go!?

      And now we have a new generation of people who would benefit from them, AS WELL AS THE PUBLIC!

      And is that true? The police do NOT have a duty to protect the public?!

      If they won’t, we darn well better NOT let them take 2A from us.

      God help us.

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      IMO, this is on the parent – 90%. 5% on community and 5% on FBI. I might change my assessment as more facts come in.

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      • G. Combs says:

        You have that reversed. It is the ‘community’ or actually the Elite who decided to reshape our communities. GRRRRrrrr 😡

        Once you wake up and start looking at the history of the USA as a tug of war over who controls the country, the people or the totalitarian loving elite, it becomes clear.

        Control of our children starts in the 1800s with “the new psychology under G. Stanley Hall at John Hopkins University” and John D Rockefeller’s gift to the University of Chicago allowing the new psychology to be tried out by John Dewey on real live children. Dumbing Down America’s School System
        …..

        It moved to child rearing practices in the 1920s.
        The Hand that Rocked the Cradle: A Critical Analysis of Rockefeller Philanthropic Funding, 1920-1960

        “[…]In this article, I argue that Rockefeller philanthropy fundamentally controlled psychological discourse concerning child-rearing and pedagogical practices in post-World War II Canada and the United States. The philanthropy’s officers were, in essence, funding support for a particular psychological approach to matters concerning children so extensively and effectively that they in effect shaped the consensus for the “modern” child-rearing philosophy typified by Blatz and Laycock in Canada and Arnold Gesell and Benjamin Spock in the United States. Philanthropic funding supported the proponents of “mental hygiene,” providing them with institutional bases to legitimate their ideals of child rearing, and forums to present these, while marginalizing alternate ideals and alternate research into parenting and pedagogical practices by lack of funding. As a result, literature of the post-World War II period gives the appearance of almost universal expert support for “modern” child-rearing methods when, in truth, it reflects almost universal authority over child-rearing expertise by Rockefeller philanthropy.[…]”

        THIS is where the current wacked-out child rearing practices came from.
        …..

        And then on to women.
        Feminism was also a creation of the Rockefellers.
        How The Rockefellers Re-Engineered Women

        The Rockefeller Foundation Funded ‘Womens Lib’ For The Same Reason The CIA Funded ‘MS Magazine’

        Not only was it about getting to tax the labor of women. — Remember the Grace Commission report to Reagan noted that 100% of personal income tax goes to pay interest on the national debt, the lion’s share of which goes to the banking cartel that we know as the Federal Reserve. – Women’s Lib was about the government getting control and indoctrinating children. (wwwDOT).bloggernews.net/17032)
        ….

        The next step was for the Communists to go after day cares.
        That was what all the trumped up charges against Day cares was all about.

        Problem -Reaction – Solution — Got to create the problem to get people to hand over more control of their lives. In this case control of your children starting shortly after birth

        References for the trumped up charges against Daycares
        The Fells Acres Nightmare by Mark Pendergrast,
        Victims of Memory: Sex Abuse Accusations and Shattered Lives (2nd edition) (wwwDOT)cyberussr.com/hcunn/witch/mp-fells.html

        The “Little Rascals” ritual abuse case in Edenton, NC
        “In the Little Rascals day-care-abuse case in North Carolina, one mother told reporters that it took 10 months before her child was able to “reveal” the molestation. No one at the time considered the idea that the child might have been remarkably courageous to persist in telling the truth for so long.”
        (wwwDOT)religioustolerance.org/ra_edent.htm

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        • Bob Thoms says:

          “..once you start waking up..” pretty self righteous stuff. I stopped reading.

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          • neal s says:

            Actually Gail is pretty smart. You would do yourself a favor to read what she posts. Doing so might help you to ‘wake up’.

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            There is none so blind as he who will not see.

            Are you CTR, perhaps?

            Gail is an accomplished researcher on a wide variety of subjects, and posts here and elsewhere with well-sourced and verified (and verifiable) information. And this is through the many hundreds of posts of hers I’ve read on this and other, technical blogs…

            Perhaps you have an issue with parents? Please note, it’s today’s society that demands to be in loco parentis perpetually. And today’s society which has all but completely forbidden proper, timely, and appropriate discipline of our children (for indeed, that is what they are; not “miniature adults” as the Marxists would have it)…

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          • Maquis says:

            Actually, Sir, your own posts quite often come across as overbearing.

            G Combs is much appreciated here.

            As is thick skin and courtesy.

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        • dalethorn says:

          Absolutely true – all of it. The core of all of this is the destruction of our faith in God. With God out of the schools and courthouses etc., the Devil takes control. There is NO other explanation needed.

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        • TreeClimber says:

          Followed the links in the first link, followed some links from those… pretty interesting stuff. Puts words to what I’ve always instinctively known but couldn’t eloquently iterate.

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        • Great post, G. Combs. MS magazine readers should be infuriated by the news that Rockefeller money funded that magazine. I always thought it was “just” the Communists. Then, a shocking article appeared about how badly women were treated in the USSR – they had to work as street cleaners and other dirty work.

          My first thought, “That will make the commie readers and funders angry.” After some staff changes (which apparently didn’t do the job), MS shut down. Thank goodness, they published enough issues to show that a large and balanced number of content- providing writers, some very valuable and true information had already leaked out..

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    • dginga says:

      Clearly there isn’t much the FBI can do legally to stop someone who is determined to act out in this way. Our laws are designed to punish, not protect. Due process demands that a person ACT before he can be charged and punished. Even the mentally ill, if the family or the authorities can jump though all of the legal hoops required (thank you ACLU) to have someone committed, once that person is considered “stabilized” on meds, he MUST be released. Whether he continues to take his meds post-release is entirely up to him.

      Sadly, the family is pretty helpless to stop such an individual. Yes, you can choose not to have guns in the house – something I think should be a no-brainer – but you can’t stop him from grabbing a knife at someone else’s house. You can’t lock him up at home or you end up going to jail.

      I speak from the experience of having a non-violent mentally ill person in the family. He functions so much better with medication, but he absolutely refuses to take the medication. He is more of a danger to himself than anyone else, but once he turned 18 there was absolutely nothing we could do about him. There are a lot of people like that out in the world.

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      • On a much smaller scale, but this also occurs when one is a single parent of a 16 year old girl who has gotten it into her head (influenced by her first ever REAL “love” interest) that they wanted to have a baby (1996). I contacted the doctor about forcing her onto birth control, such as Norplant. Nope – it was against her civil rights. I asked them if THEY would raise the baby when this bone-headed twosome were unable to care for the child – nope! So, it falls to the grandparents. In 1989, my niece, who was 13 at the time, continuously snuck out her bedroom window at night and roamed the street while my sis (again, single mom) was asleep. The police would pick her up and take her home – she would wait 5 minutes and back out she would go. My sis met with every “government” and mental health agency official she could find and got no assistance whatsoever.

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        • And if either one of us gave either of the girls the azz-whooping they deserved, WE would have been arrested!

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          • G. Combs says:

            And therein lies the problem!

            This is what the Rockefellers were aiming for with their ‘New Psychology’

            I would like to take every single one of these idiot Rockefellered Psychologists and toss them into an indoor arena with a 6 year old stallion raised using their idea of (no) discipline. We can go in and scrape them off the floor after the stallion finishes teaching them about the necessity of ‘discipline’

            I can think of at least two stallions who are up to the job.

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            • A stallion, say, from Wooden Nickel bloodlines – kicking fools, most were!

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              • G. Combs says:

                Yes,
                I was thinking of a certain thoroughbred that liked to rear and strike or use his teeth. It took four husky men to get the S.O.B. to the breeding shed and he was like to kill the mare if she wasn’t well covered with protective gear.

                If you walked by his stall he would throw himself against the door to get at you. He was a real sweetheart. That was in the 1960s so I do not remember his name but he certainly left an impression!

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  Sounds like the description of Ismael…

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                • Never had to deal with one quite that bad, altho I did have a 2 year old filly go over backwards in the paddock with two grown men on either side, with a lip-chain, bridle, and halter on her – still flipped and landed on her back. Needless to say, she finished way out of the money THAT day! Nice filly to handle otherwise, tho. I had (groomed) a 2 year old stud colt who hated for someone to stand outside his stall and look at him. He would rush the webbing with teeth bared, so I put a gate up on him and learned not to linger outside his stall. Again, other than that, he was a sweetheart and loved women, having been raised as a baby by a woman. ‘Course, I found out he was a “machine horse,” so there was that…..LOL

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                • That must have been why AI was invented for horse breeding? I met a couple once who made their entire living off of the sperm of ONE champion stallion!

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              • annieoakley says:

                I went to a lecture from a practical man who was highly regarded in Child Discipline and asked him if it was necessary to wait until a child was ‘ready’ to begin potty training. He said, “You train your puppy dog to go outside.” I thought good! (I was being criticized by other mothers who thought I was forcing my son to use the toilet before he was ‘ready’) He was 2 and I used cloth diapers that I washed myself.

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                • JMO, but I started once my daughter could walk steadily and consistently. I would put her potty chair in the living room, give her a book or toys, and let her sit there and watch cartoons. Of course, once it happens, you heap on the praise and rewards and after that happens often enough, you move the chair to the bathroom – worked for me and my daughter was potty trained by the age of 2.

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            • dayallaxeded says:

              What an excellent idea–a real LEARNING experience!

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        • Deb says:

          It is possible to make sure your daughter doesn’t have the opportunity to hook up with anyone.

          I say this as someone who wishes my parents had taken more of an interest and been strict when I was young. They both couldn’t care less what I did.

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          • This is historical, since my daughter has now been gone for just over 3 years at the age of 34 – she was born in 1980. Just my example that this has been on-going for many years. *sigh* Now I am dealing with my soon to be 22 year old grandson who was taken in by a sweet young thing, playing on his “White Knight” complex. Broke up his relationship with his best friend, with whom she had a child. He married her a year and a half ago – they have now separated and she is pregnant again. So, presumably, I will be a great-grandma within the next 9 months. His heart is breaking and it is just so very sad…….

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      • Chewbarkah says:

        I wonder whether it would be possible to deliver (some of) the psyche meds via long-term implants similar to Norplant, as a way around the frequent problem of outpatients skipping their meds? (Weirdly, this idea came to mind BEFORE I read NebraskaFilly’s comment about Norplant). Unless there is a right to be insane, this would not seem to violate rights, such as the right to spew babies while having no means to take care of them.

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    • dalethorn says:

      The big problem as always is the enemedia, our sworn Leftist enemy. They created the violence problem with their violent videos and video games, and violent rap music, and hate for police and the law in general. To allow that media to propose a solution to the problem they caused is self-defeating.

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    • Bendix says:

      YES YES YES YES YES.
      Just because the old model had problems, doesn’t mean we don’t need residential care available for the chronically mentally ill.
      People forget that there are people who have been helped by a stint in the hospital.
      We also have no way of assessing whether people who got timely and appropriate medical treatment for mental illness were deterred from violent acts.
      I know two women, right now, who need inpatient care for their own wellbeing. One of them worked for a major corporation, in a state that prides itself on being “progressive”, had ‘cadillac’ insurance, and is still having run-ins with the police, placing herself in danger, and being a major nuisance to other people.
      The care isn’t there.
      Sending them away with a bag of pills doesn’t work.

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      • wondering999 says:

        The asylums were long-time *homes* for many people. Their room and board was covered; some asylums had kitchen gardens where they could work; and they had access to laundry and bathing facilities. I remember the late 1970s in a large city where the homeless vagrants wandered around, smelling foul from lack of bathing and laundry facilities; sometimes covered with lice, going to use public bathrooms and park fountains, defecating and urinating in public. A real public health issue, but one that no leaders would address rationally. So the problem is not just the mentally ill, but the supposed normies who couldn’t think straight about this issue

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        • Harry says:

          In typical fashion, Liberal Judges ruled that it was UnConstitutional for the Mentally Ill to be locked up in Institutions, receiving treatment, being fed, and having a safe, warm place to sleep. No, that violated their rights, somehow, so they needed to be released.

          On closer examination, we can see how those Liberal Judges should have been locked up in the Asylums, as well. Now, we have Mental patients wondering the streets of our Cities and Towns, and threatening Citizens and Tourists alike. I remember hearing how a “Homeless man” hit a woman in the head with a brick.

          This has been so much better for our Society, and those who are mentally ill. Thank you, Liberals. You have all the finesse of a wrecking ball.

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    • hanna693 says:

      Closing them down, brought the huge population of homeless to the streets. Most of them are diagnosed schizophrenic and they refuse to take their medicine to improve their lives. The families usually never have an idea where they are.

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    • Dimbulbz says:

      admittedly, just shutting down he asylums did not suddenly make the people who were in them suddenly become better.

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  5. “I have friends who are mulsim” Sure you do.

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    • G. Combs says:

      At the WUWT blog several years ago, a commenter thought he had a muslim ‘friend’ at work…

      He was sitting alone eating lunch at a pub that had high-backed booths. His muslim ‘friend’ came in to eat with his muslim buddies and made fun of the guy and the rest of the Kafirs at work. When he finished lunch, he stopped at the table and reamed the guy who ran after him ‘protesting his friendship’

      “The Tuqyah [practice of deception, lying or concealment for expediency]
      is allowed until the Day of Resurrection.” Allah said,

      [وَيُحَذِّرُكُمُ اللَّهُ نَفْسَهُ]

      The Prohibition of Supporting the Disbelievers

      Allah prohibited His believing servants from becoming supporters of the disbelievers, or to take them as comrades with whom they develop friendships, rather than the believers. Allah warned against such behavior when He said,

      [وَمَن يَفْعَلْ ذَلِكَ فَلَيْسَ مِنَ اللَّهِ فِي شَىْءٍ]

      (And whoever does that, will never be helped by Allah in any way) meaning, whoever commits this act that Allah has prohibited, then Allah will discard him. Similarly, Allah said,

      [يأَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ ءَامَنُواْ لاَ تَتَّخِذُواْ عَدُوِّى وَعَدُوَّكُمْ أَوْلِيَآءَ تُلْقُونَ إِلَيْهِمْ بِالْمَوَدَّةِ]

      (O you who believe! Take not My enemies and your enemies as friends, showing affection towards them), until,

      [وَمَن يَفْعَلْهُ مِنكُمْ فَقَدْ ضَلَّ سَوَآءَ السَّبِيلِ]

      Allah said next,

      [إِلاَ أَن تَتَّقُواْ مِنْهُمْ تُقَـةً]

      (unless you indeed fear a danger from them) meaning, except those believers who in some areas or times fear for their safety from the disbelievers. In this case, such believers are allowed to show friendship to the disbelievers outwardly, but never inwardly. For instance, Al-Bukhari recorded that Abu Ad-Darda’ said, “We smile in the face of some people although our hearts curse them.” Al-Bukhari said that Al-Hasan said, “The Tuqyah is allowed until the Day of Resurrection.” Allah said,

      [وَيُحَذِّرُكُمُ اللَّهُ نَفْسَهُ]

      (And Allah warns you against Himself.) meaning, He warns you against His anger and the severe torment He prepared for those who give their support to His enemies, and those who have enmity with His friends,

      [وَإِلَى اللَّهِ الْمَصِيرُ]

      Allah encourages the believers to show enmity to the idolators and to dissociate from them, affirming that they do not deserve to enjoy a covenant of peace, because of their Shirk in Allah and disbelief in Allah’s Messenger .

      If these disbelievers have a chance to defeat Muslims, they will cause great mischief, leave nothing unharmed, disregard the ties of kinship and the sanctity of their vows. `Ali bin Abi Talhah, `Ikrimah and Al-`Awfi narrated that Ibn `Abbas said, “Ill means kinship, while, Dhimmah means covenant.” Ad-Dahhak and As-Suddi said similarly.

      [اشْتَرَوْاْ بِـَايَـتِ اللَّهِ ثَمَنًا قَلِيلاً فَصَدُّواْ عَن سَبِيلِهِ إِنَّهُمْ سَآءَ مَا كَانُواْ يَعْمَلُونَ – لاَ يَرْقُبُونَ فِى مُؤْمِنٍ إِلاًّ وَلاَ ذِمَّةً وَأُوْلَـئِكَ هُمُ الْمُعْتَدُونَ – فَإِن تَابُواْ وَأَقَامُواْ الصَّلَوةَ وَءاتَوُاْ الزَّكَوةَ فَإِخْوَانُكُمْ فِي الدِّينِ وَنُفَصِّلُ الاٌّيَـتِ لِقَوْمٍ يَعْلَمُونَ ]

      Allah says, if the idolators with whom you conducted peace treaties for an appointed term break

      [أَيْمَـنِهِمْ]

      (their oaths) meaning, terms of their treaties, and covenants

      [وَطَعَنُواْ فِى دِينِكُمْ]

      (and attack your religion…) with disapproval and criticism, it is because of this that one who curses the Messenger, peace be upon him, or attacks the religion of Islam by way of criticism and disapproval, they are to be fought. This is why Allah said afterwards,

      [فَقَـتِلُواْ أَئِمَّةَ الْكُفْرِ إِنَّهُمْ لاَ أَيْمَـنَ لَهُمْ لَعَلَّهُمْ يَنتَهُونَ]

      Therefore, strike the swords upon the parts that contain the devil, for by Allah, it is better to me to kill one of these people than to kill seventy other men. This is because Allah said,

      [فَقَـتِلُواْ أَئِمَّةَ الْكُفْرِ]

      (then fight (you) against the leaders of disbelief.)”

      [أَلاَ تُقَـتِلُونَ قَوْماً نَّكَثُواْ أَيْمَـنَهُمْ وَهَمُّواْ بِإِخْرَاجِ الرَّسُولِ وَهُم بَدَءُوكُمْ أَوَّلَ مَرَّةٍ أَتَخْشَوْنَهُمْ فَاللَّهُ أَحَقُّ أَن تَخْشَوْهُ إِن كُنتُم مُّؤُمِنِينَ – قَـتِلُوهُمْ يُعَذِّبْهُمُ اللَّهُ بِأَيْدِيكُمْ وَيُخْزِهِمْ وَيَنْصُرْكُمْ عَلَيْهِمْ وَيَشْفِ صُدُورَ قَوْمٍ مُّؤْمِنِينَ – وَيُذْهِبْ غَيْظَ قُلُوبِهِمْ وَيَتُوبُ اللَّهُ عَلَى مَن يَشَآءُ وَاللَّهُ عَلِيمٌ حَكِيمٌ ]

      Originally found at: http://www.tafsir.com/default.asp?sid=3&tid=8052
      Completely scrubbed from the Wayback machine.

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      • drljr says:

        People should get a Qur’an and read it (ISBNs 978-0-913321-01-0 and 978-0-9785528-8-6) to understand what Islam teaches its citizens to do. Islam is rooted in depravity and violence. Mohammad first tried to get Jews and Christians to worship Hubal, chief god of the Arab pantheon of around 360 gods associated with the moon and known historically as Baal. And when his lies were rejected he switched to murder and mayhem. Islam is a violent theocracy. It is not a religion. And no citizen of Islam can ever be trusted. Also, the word “allah” means “the god”, it is not a name.

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        • mopar2016 says:

          That islam stuff is a cult, and when they let that punk out he’ll probably kill again.
          He needs the death penalty right away, not 25 years from now.
          Same with that Cruz punk too. If I had my way I’d drown both of them and save the taxpayers some money.

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  6. nanny210 says:

    Why, in the name of sanity, did this ‘Mother’ feel/think it was OK for a 17 yr old to be a part of a 13 yr olds’ sleepover???!!! The link to the article posted by covfefe999 makes me have more questions than answers, about this ‘Mother’. Smells. Heart felt sympathies for the Sierra family.

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    • repsort says:

      Because she’s a POS who doesn’t take being a mom seriously..
      Probably wants to be a buddy/friend, not a protector/mother.

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    • rvsueandcrew says:

      It’s not crazy.

      Suppose you have two children… one is 15 and the other is 13. Both want to invite a friend for a sleep-over. The 15-year-old invites his 17 year-old friend (known for 10 years) and the 13-year-old invites another 13-year-old.

      For this you condemn the ‘Mother.’? There may be other things to fault the Mother on, but not that she let her children invite one friend over each.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        If you read the articles you might end up, as I did, feeling like the mother was completely ignoring all of the warning signs of her son’s friend Corey. Look at the Post article directly above, Corey and Simon’s two sons were running around at 3am and were picked up by the police. No mention of what they were doing. But Simon invited Corey to sleep at her house just 3 weeks later?

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        • That was the first question that popped into my mind – on the streets at 3 AM???? Where was the Mother? Now, having said that, I know first-hand that kids often sneak out the windows in the middle of the night while Mom is sleeping – my grandson did it often enough, we found out after-the-fact. I do believe she should have known what her kids were watching on the computer but, then, again, millions and millions of parents fail badly in that regard.

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  7. Ban all knives but single edge paring knives. That knife did this, we have to get school kids to protest knives. /src

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      They have the “sharp knife law(s)” in the UK, which hasn’t slowed down the perps one bit, as they have managed to find other weapons, in addition to their weapon of choice (and culture, which almost no one mentions)…

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    • Maquis says:

      Those paring knives are still too dangerous! They must be restricted in length, material, sharpness, and incorporate numerous safety features to prevent tragedies. They must be kept in safes or lock boxes that have been approved by The State. Only 21 years or older should be permitted to purchase a knife or a knife sharpener. One must receive permission from The State in order to purchase a knife. Every purchase must require a background check. To carry a knife outside the home one must seek aporoval of the authorities and meet stringent requirements. All knives must be tested by the manufacturer which must include the Bladeistics for each knife, which must be preserved to enable the identification of any individual suspected of harming an apple. Public carry of knives, should, in general, be discouraged and encumbered. Open carry may be permitted as long as it does not alarm Snowflakes and other Pillars of The State; if someone calls the cops, you go to jail.

      We need to, essentially, brainwash people into fearing and demanding the banning of all knives.

      For the children.

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  8. Michael says:

    Ban black knives, machine-knives, semi-automatic assault knives, and any knife with a magazine containing more than three stabs, NOW!

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Don’t forget chisels, planes, jointer/planers, and the infamous X-Acto knives…

      Those hobbyists and craftsmen are SOOOO dangerous… /s

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      • Maquis says:

        It’s those damned pointy sticks! Burn all tbe trees!!

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      • Harry says:

        Why stop there, when just as much damage can be done with screwdrivers? Bernhard Goetz was surrounded by four of our darker Citizens on a Subway, all of which were carrying sharpened screwdrivers, that they used for a full day of prying open Arcade game coin boxes. They asked old Bernie for five dollars, and had a good laugh thinking that the thin White guy was an easy mark, until he pulled out his .38 caliber equalizer. Bernie then said that he had five for each of them, as he shot these punks on the train. What was the direct result of his actions that day? Subway crime dropped 95 percent, and all Street Crime was at an all time low. Coincidence? I don’t think so.

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    • Maquis says:

      No knife should be capable of creating a cut with a single thrust. In today’s world, knives are not needed, for wishful thinking has proven to be capable of accomplishing anything one desires.

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      • Harry says:

        That’s right. You can’t be trusted with knives, neither can be rest of the American population, so cut your meat with a spoon.

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  9. DirtySanchez03 says:

    And a tip of the cap to the FBI ladies and gentlemen!! Excellent work again! Does this kid have any parents?
    But its islamophobia because the article mentions murder motivated by islam…even though he admitted he was instructed by islam to carry out this brutal attack. Gimme a F’n break!!
    What will it take for the left to realize that there are thousands of muslims out there who DO NOT want to co-exist with people of differing religions?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      He has parents, no mention of where the father is though. Start the blame there. Mother must have known her son “converted” to Islam. She even kept guns in the home, though at least they were locked in a safe. Where is the father?

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      • DirtySanchez03 says:

        Agreed. Thats why i posed the question, as in are they at all involved with or aware of what this kid is up to? Seeing that her kid converted to a religion that required: busting out a prayer rug, praying at specified times of the day, and not eating certain foods that are commonly consumed in these United States, oh and hating Christians, I would think it would get her attention?

        Maybe its time to start taking a harder look at child neglect laws. Neglect goes beyond depriving them of their basic needs….

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        • Bendix says:

          People have been conditioned to think hating Christians is a good thing.
          IMO, that’s what Westboro Baptist was all about.
          The one time I saw some of those “church members” in action, they looked suspiciously like hired by the hour laborers, and they were holding very expensive, commercially produced signs.
          Someone was spending a lot of money to make Christian churches look bad.

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          • TreeClimber says:

            I once wrote a public and obviously fictional account of a young woman at the Crucifixion. Got a review from Westborough. Inclined to agree with you.

            https://www.fanfiction.net/r/12054936/ The review at the bottom of the page. I never bothered to delete it, I find deletion and blocking to be the act of cowards who can’t hold their own or don’t stand strong.

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    • Maquis says:

      Islamophobia is the rational response to Islamoknowbia.

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  10. DirtySanchez03 says:

    seriously….what does the FBI do nowadays?

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  11. H.R. says:

    Related:
    Just got back from running errands and heard that the planned student walk out to ban guns is today.

    I’d be curious to know how many of those students, if asked if they would use a gun to shoot up a school would say, “No.” Most likely, all of them. The logical follow up would be, “Then why should I worry about you having gun? Why should I try to ban something that, in your hands, will do no harm? Why should I ban something that is unlawful for you to have in school? Isn’t that already a ban?”

    An analogous situation is if a student used a cell phone as a detonator for a bomb. Ask one of the protesting students the preceding questions but substitute cell phones as detonators for guns. I doubt that any of the mush-for-brains students would be willing to give up their cell phones, which they are allowed to have at school (although I’m sure using them is banned) and probably owned by 99.9999% of the students.

    There is a reason adults are supposed to be in charge and children are to be taught, not listened to as if they are sages. Knife, gun, cell phone bomb; none of these are the problem. Many of the current supposed adults who are supposedly in charge of and responsible for their children, are derelict in their duty to raise up a child in righteousness.

    The buck stops with parents.
    Proverbs 22:6 (KJV) “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”

    Deuteronomy 11:19 (KJV) “And ye shall teach them your children, speaking of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.”

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  12. H.R. says:

    Ad Rem, when you get a chance, would you mind checking the spam bin? I think I said a “magic word” in a comment. I made three attempts at posting; so only one needs to be fetched if they are found in the bin.

    Thanks in advance.
    😊

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      There’s a VERY relevant book of the Bible which is a trigger word to Wurst press, written by Solomon, and referenced on cups and wrappers used by the IN-N-OUT Burger restaurants.

      That entire book (“Spruche” in German) is a wonderful source of advice, both for parenting and living in general. Reading through it is a very good exercise in self-examination, and finding points to correct/improve).

      I’m not sure if you referenced “the-book-that-shall-not-be-named” but it’s happened to me more than a few times…

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    • Ad rem says:

      Sorry for being late on this one H.R., but you were right….it WAS the “magic word”. 😀

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  13. freddy says:

    The days where you let people into your house for sleepovers is long gone. I only allow people I know well to enter. I’m Christian so I’m not supposed to think like that but too many bad things an unstable person can do or the worst is a cute girl who would like to come in…Never. I had one ask me for a ride at the store and she cried please. Great actress. Now most would fall for that trap. Some poor fool got robbed or accused of some thing….I stay to myself and my dogs tell me who can come in…..

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    • She allegedly knew him for 10 years! You cannot tell me she was totally unaware…..the FBI had already spoken to him and were a day late and a dollar short in getting him arrested.

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    • Sharon says:

      “I’m Christian so I’m not supposed to think like that………….”?

      I’m a Christian, freddy, and I consider it my responsibility to make sound decisions – as a 73 year old widow, I do not go anywhere after dark that requires driving even though I personally would be comfortable doing it – so why don’t I? Because I KNOW the goofballs that are out there. The criminals trolling for a vulnerable target. And because it puts an added burden on good neighbors and my family who should not have to wonder whether or not I am doing things that make me particular vulnerable, even it were just a matter of a small fender bender with another good, insured, driver – after dark.

      Being a Christian should never be used as reason for poor decision-making.

      “I only allow people I know well to enter [my home]…” Exactly. My doors (double doors both front and back, the security door is double locked, day and night. Unless I know the person at the door, and I knew they were coming, there is NO WAY they are getting into my house, no matter what their age is.

      I don’t mind dying, and know I will die some day, but there’s no way I want to die stupid.

      Neither should you. And please stop feeling like the instinct for self-preservation is somehow unChristian.

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      • G. Combs says:

        WELL said!

        The Communist USE Christianity against us!

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      • mashall says:

        Outstanding Post Sharon!!!!!

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      • freddy says:

        Exactly……… and I’ll save your post for some of my friends who think I need to be more like Jesus. It’s a tough argument with them and the way you wrote it is close to perfect…Recently we were in a dark canyon taking star pictures and I told my friends we need to go and now. They said to chill and God was watching and protecting us but my little hairs were standing up and I demanded we leave. They are still mad and gave me a lecture about Jesus. I guess that’s why I made the comment I was being un Christian like……

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        • Sharon says:

          If the little hairs were standing up, I suspect that may have been your Heavenly Father saying, “You can’t see what I see but get out of here – NOW.”

          Christian family and friends who are frothy and have put their thinking caps in a paper bag somewhere tire me. I have trouble fellowshipping with them, but I do my best.

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        • Sharon says:

          I wonder if your Christian lecturing friends leave their bill folds and purses untended at church/or in other public places for extended periods of time. If not, why not?

          And they will say, “Well, that’s different.”

          No. It is not.

          They have bought into Christian faith/virtue signaling which is really deadly if it’s taken too far. Literally deadly.

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        • TreeClimber says:

          Hairs standing up usually means something evil is near, and sometimes He needs us to get out of the way so He can take care of it without it spilling over onto us!

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          • freddy says:

            It was the darkest night of the year in a walled canyon next to a shooting range makeshift the gang boys use who live in the section 8 apt complex at the bottom of the hill. Probably 2or 3 shootings in that area a week. They left the keys in their expensive car and drinking wine thinking it was a picnic. I told them it’s gang territory then they got stern and said God will protect us…. I didn’t call them stupid but was thinking about it…So I learned a term here Sharon Christian faith virtue signaling… Thats my answer from now on.
            hahahah…Thanks.

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        • Esperanza says:

          They don’t know the joke about someone on the roof of his house in a flood refusing help. Days later he berates God, “Save me!” God replies, “I’ve been sending you help for days!”

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        • Harry says:

          Bull shit! You exercised your God- given brains, and got out of a terrible situation. Never apologize for that. Remember, God helps those who helps themselves.

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      • Bendix says:

        I know a lot of black Christian parents don’t allow their children to bring friends home, period, if they live in a rough neighborhood.
        Kids just don’t have that kind of judgement, and it might not be the friend they bring over, but some other associate of that friend, who decides to come back later to get something he heard was in your house.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        AMEN!

        Christian is not synonymous to victim, target, or wimp. Look at Luke 22:36

        36 Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.

        There is a time to defend oneself. The DEMONcRATs and their ilk do not (or want not) to understand this…

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        • Maquis says:

          Islamophobia is the rational response to Islamoknowbia.

          Oh, I rather think they do, the “elites” anyway, but, as always, sharing everything always ends badly for those who aren’t divving things up, to include security and freedom.

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        • Harry says:

          The Crusaders were Christian. There was nothing un Christian about fighting a heathen, barbaric Invasion.

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    • dalethorn says:

      Jesus went into the house of sinners for obvious reasons. But I don’t recall that he let sinners into his house.

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    • I got myself into a situation in Baileys Crossroads, VA back in 1982. Fell for a young black guy who claimed he and his Mom’s car, with siblings in tow, needed a jump start – he looked around 13. I had a Mustang II and let him into my car. As we headed east toward’s Alexandria, he had me turn off to the left and as we started down the block, he pulled a butcher knife and held it at my side. Let me tell you, the Lord was with me THAT night! It was winter and I had a heavy rabbit-skin coat on, with rabbit-lined leather gloves. He starts his demands that I drive to an ATM or I was going to…….(I will leave that to your imagination)….. and I just thought, “Nope, that is NOT going to happen.” I pulled out in the middle of an intersection, large 4-corner one and slammed on the breaks. I grabbed the blade of the knife (again, praise God, it was dull and this was a YOUNG guy, clearly a novice at this), and started pushing it at him to get him out of the car. He is trying to stab me with the knife, while opening the door so he could get out. As soon as the door was unlatched, I gave him a shove. The door was very heavy, as Mustang II doors are, and I shoved it into gear and squealed out of there. Phew…again, the Lord was with me that night. Got back to my apartment before the shakes hit me…..Needless to say, I never did THAT again!

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  14. lawton says:

    Unbelievable the FBI didn’t walk a warrant right away to the Judge’s chambers so this incident wouldn’t have happened. You have someone making threats like that and they think its alright to take weeks to do their affidavits. Unbelievable…

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    • Sharon says:

      It’s not unbelievable at all in light of the facts about the FBI’s pattern of failure to respond in an increasing number of murders-with-advance-notice.

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  15. czarowniczy says:

    Russian Communists had their Young Pioneers, Chinese Communists the Socialist Youth Corps…we’re getting there.

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  16. drljr says:

    People need to remember that Islam is a government (a theocracy) that instructs its citizens to wage war in any fashion. Anyone one who joins Islam is renouncing their citizenship in a non-Islamic country. This 17 year old needs to be tried as an adult and foreign invader and executed upon conviction. We have 1400 years of the citizens of Islam doing what Mohammad instructed them to do – invader, kill, subjugate, and so on. Murder and mass-murder is a staple of Islam.

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    • G. Combs says:

      Interesting concept. La Raza is the same. The invasion of the USA with the intent of taking our land.

      What is La Raza, Mecha, Aztlan in regards to USA?

      …Conference on March 15 – 18, 2001, the official “MEChA Philosophy” was ratified. An excerpt from the document states: “as Mechistas, we vow to work for the liberation of Aztlan.”

      The MEChA Clubs on each of the Santa Barbara high school campuses are not the only ones. MEChA groups exist on 90 percent of the public high school, college and university campuses in the Southwestern United States.
      http://www.mayorno.com/WhoIsMecha.html

      This is the real La Raza, which receives federal funds 30 million in CA alone.

      Chicano is our identity; it defines who we are as people. It rejects the notion that we…should assimilate into the Anglo-American melting pot…Aztlan was the legendary homeland of the Aztecas … It became synonymous with the vast territories of the Southwest, brutally stolen from a Mexican people marginalized and betrayed by the hostile custodians of the Manifest Destiny.” (Statement on University of Oregon MEChA Website, Jan. 3, 2006)

      We are a bronze people with a bronze culture. Before the world, before all of North America, before all our brothers in the bronze continent, we are a nation, we are a union of free pueblos, we are Aztlan. For La Raza todo. Fuera de La Raza nada.”

      That closing two-sentence motto is chilling to everyone who values equal rights for all. It says: “For The Race everything. Outside The Race, nothing.”
      http://humanevents.com/2006/04/07/emexclusive-emthe-truth-about-la-raza/

      La Raza was formed by another Hitler paid American hater, Jose Vasconcelos who died in 1982. He is the Nazi Propagandist behind La Raza Mexican nationalism. Like Soros, Jose was on the Nazi German payroll during WWII. La Raza, Spanish Mexicans, with a dash of Indian is the Mexican equivalent of the Nazi “Aryan” Race. La Raza Cosmica is the Mexican equivalent of Hitler’s Mein Kemp written during the same time period.

      Spain took the land from the indians and then the USA beat the living crap out of Mexico, and paid Mexico for the land we took. What other country has ever bothered to pay for land taken in a war?

      The fact that our government has ALLOWED these invaders, Muslim and Mexican, Into our country and PAYS THEM is the worse treason I can think of! 😡

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  17. Sharon says:

    There are a lot of comments in this thread about the parenting.

    What parenting?

    The majority of these criminal young people are feral – even if they do sleep in their own bed every night. They are not parented at all all – much less “poorly parented”.

    This is the condition of society, and it has been noticeable in the general population since the 1980s.

    We observed and began to warn our oldest son that some of the women who were attracted to him and pursuing him (always with one or two children) had been not-parented, and in their early 20s, were already the result of non-parenting and an abusive marriage or two, and were looking for safe haven. Destruction and death are the weeds that easily grow in the untended gardens of the non-parented individual, male or female.

    This is our social construct now, and has been well in the works for over thirty years.

    We are the point where it is generational and systemic, and it certainly will not respond to or be limited by shocked reaction or the obviously numb “What on earth is happening????”

    Ever been in a 7.5 earthquake? Remember how much good it did to yell for it to stop?

    The majority of our population, including self-identified conservative minded folk, are way too late figuring out what reality consists of. Way too late. That’s my opinion and I think I’m finding it difficult to say that in a gentle way.

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    • Bendix says:

      Unfortunately, some of those who find that safe haven will do what they can to stir it up, because that’s what feels normal to them.
      A mother I mentioned upthread has a problem with a non-parented girl her boy took up with. The girl sends him filthy pictures of herself, the mother of the girl does nothing to rein in the girl (did I mention this is a fourteen year old?), and now the girl has started advising the boy on how to get out of the more structured school environment the mother has him in.

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  18. Jack Kelly says:

    This incident is NOT in Palm Beach. It is in Palm Beach Gardens, which is North and West of PB proper.

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  19. mashall says:

    What fools,in this world…Throwing away Constitutional rights to bear arms, then expecting the Gov. to protect them.

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    • mashall says:

      Throwing away their 4th Amendment Constitutional Rights to Privacy, then expecting the .gov to protect them.
      The Fools enable the Surveillance State and then are shocked when it doesn’t protect them.

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    • Harry says:

      This goes to show that Liberals, Democrats, Communists, and Progressives are too mentally unstable to be able to own firearms. All of the mass shooters belonged to one of these groups, less the Muslims that committed the San Bernardino, and Orlando, Florida shootings. So they should not be permitted to own guns.

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  20. HickTick says:

    I long for the day when Islam is declared what it really is , , A Terrorist Organization hiding behind a religion ., Just look at Canada and Europe , google Dearborn Michigan muslims , I was put in facebook jail for saying filthy muslims , that’s all I said

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  21. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    The killer was taking anti-depressants and had stopped taking them a week before the attack.
    SSRIs once again playing a role ?

    http://www.mypalmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/latest-boy-stabbed-times-saved-his-mom-from-attacker-father-says/KpK0Zce03epnCeNqMzxJDL/

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    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Curious how so many young killers have this SSRI or other drug history.
      Some other thoughts I had while reading everyone’s comments… On previous page this quote “Initially, the FBI did not want to charge Johnson because he was a juvenile and “believed a redirection approach would be the most beneficial regarding his conduct.” So in March 2017, the FBI got consent to “mirror” Johnson’s computer activity.”

      What “redirection approach” ? Is there ever any follow up by the FBI with parents or not?
      Were they still mirroring his computer activity in March 2018 ? Clearly he was watching jihad videos .

      My thought on the parents…possibly both sets of parents thought having the kids in the home “supervised” was the responsible thing to do ? That said, the alleged catalyst was the younger boys mocking islam enraging Corey yet he admitted to watching the vids beforehand for courage so..he was going to kill them anyway.
      These days a parent can’t harshly discipline a child without risking losing the child to the govt and or personal/financial ruin so parents with problem kids walk on eggshells trying …uh the so called “redirection approach” which is obviously failing.

      Finally, being an unapologetic conspiracy type..between the drugging of children, the social engineering, a steady diet of violent tv and games , the inability to establish the alpha dog hierarchy or if you prefer, using the rod in your home is almost like having others raise the young.
      I also have questions about the use of phones, tablets and other devices. My 5yr old grandson began acting out..not in a typical bratty kid way..like screaming, angry..weird, and only at home. After days of analyzing what could be part of this..the only thing that appeared to have any relation was his using a tablet watching preschool shows. As we all know..because of the extreme fear of predators lurking behind every door many parents like my daughter wouldn’t dream of letting him play outside after school/work so for a couple hours straight while she’s getting dinner and laundry etc..he’s watching “approved” stuff on the tablet. Could there be light pulses or some other phenomenon going on with brain waves?

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      • Bendix says:

        You can’t abruptly stop those medications. Even if they have been doing you good, if you just quit they will throw you off and make you temporarily worse.
        Pediatricians have spoken out against young children having screen time.
        I have a relative who lets his very small kids take those things to bed. Eesh! I guess parents today have become conditioned to believe it’s normal for kids to be getting up at all hours and getting into trouble, but it’s a sign of disturbed sleep patterns.

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        • Molly Pitcher says:

          Agree Bendix. It’s like a merry-go-round. If kids are getting up, not sleeping, etc..the auto answer is usually drugs. Most don’t try to find the genesis of the problem, they accept the prescribed treatment..then later if more concerning behavior manifests..more drugs. Then if the child is old enough to resist, then abruptly quitting becomes an issue. It sux.

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      • Maquis says:

        Remember also that to a Musim, criticizing Islam, or condemning a vicious Islamic ritual video, is mockery. The little darlings are set on a hair-trigger at all times, and cannot discern between criticism or mockery. It enrages them, that’s all that matters.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      This kid is lying.

      Kyle said he woke up after hearing Dane calling out Jovanni Sierra’s name, but said he never witnessed the stabbings or saw Johnson following the attack.

      Corey stabbed Jovanni first. Dane probably witnessed it and that’s why he was calling out Jovanni’s name. Then mother Elaine went upstairs and Corey started stabbing her. Surely she was screaming at the top of her lungs. Dane came to her rescue and Corey started stabbing him. Surely Dane too was screaming. But Kyle never mentions hearing any screams and claims he didn’t see the stabbings. Because he was sitting in his room doing nothing, right? Because he knew it was going to happen and he did nothing to stop it, right? He was completely uninjured. He did nothing. Evil.

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    • Harry says:

      Are there any Politicians, or News Media having a big outcry over all the psychological damage being done by the Pharmaceutical Companies, and the poison they push? No? Why not? This goes for their damned vaccines, as well.

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  22. Eskyman says:

    President Trump was widely castigated for what the Fake Media said was a “Muslim ban,” when it wasn’t that at all, but simply a ban on entry from nations with a high degree of terrorism that they’re happy to export.

    Personally, I am way past ready for an ACTUAL Muslim Ban. We have left wing lunatics who decry “hate speech,” which they define as anything they don’t like, but they ignore or even encourage these islamists to spread their vile message of hate, death, deceit and murder. YouTube is full of these jihadi videos, but conservatives (like Prager University) get banned.

    I’ll bet that the violent videos that this monster watched are still there; YouTube wouldn’t want to discourage anyone from their “faith,” would they- unless that faith is Christianity.

    We had better get serious about stopping this flood of islamic violence, and soon!

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  23. mashall says:

    Expect more, as very fewer and fewer in America seem to be held responsible for their own actions.
    Don’t Blame the Suspect….Blame the ______________. <( Fill in most favored agenda driven excuse here).

    "Thank God he didn't use gun" Florida Gov. Rick Scott.

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    • mashall says:

      2016 AMERICAN HOMICIDES
      17250/365 = 47.26 per day.
      Don’t give up your 2nd Amendment rights to protect yourself.

      https://www.statista.com/statistics/195331/number-of-murders-in-the-us-by-state/

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    • mashall says:

      “use a”….
      Gov Rick Scott and the State Legislature just criminalized 18 – 20 year old young ladies and gentlemen whose only goal was to protect themselves against murderers/rapist and other predators.
      Pray it is defeated on appeal.
      Vote them out.

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      • Harry says:

        The response by those affected by this new law, which abridges their Constitutional rights should be not to register for Selective Service, since doing so makes you a Candidate for the Draft. If they are drafted into the Military, these same people will be learning to use, and train extensively, with rifles and machine guns that are more powerful than the simple Semi-Automatic AR-15 rifle. If you can’t own a Semi-Automatic rifle, can you be trusted to use more powerful weapons? I don’t think so.

        Does this mean that men and women between 18 and 21 should not be able to vote? Maybe teenagers, who normally start learning how to drive at 16 and 17 years old, should not be able to get a Driver’s license until they’re 21 years old. Think of all the speeding, car accidents, DWIs, and drag racing many, not all, younger drivers get involved in. Should we blame AAA every time there is an accident, or when a car or truck is used in the commission of a crime? No? Then why blame the NRA when criminals use guns? Simply stated, either you are a Citizen with Constitutional rights,100 percent, or you are not.

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  24. henry says:

    Islam came in peace and left us in pieces.

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  25. Rynn69 says:

    Can anyone tell me what the FBI does besides covering up incompetence with political mouthpieces – oh, and besides texting one another all day long?

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  26. Michelle says:

    This is the second one in Jupiter FL, do you remember the kid in recent months who did the same thing, mind control must be going on in that area. FBI show up. On that last one, they put up a pic of him wearing Red Trump hat before he did it, photoshopped I am sure. Just like they put the hat on the Parkland teen in his backyard. Same hat! These poor kids, mind control. Period. Kids just dont do that of free will. Sorry.

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    • Harry says:

      Examining the backgrounds of all mass shooters, we find that Jared Loughner, who shot Gabby Giffords, or John Malvo, the D.C. Sniper, the Las Vegas Shooter, the Virginia Tech Shooter, the maniac who shot Congressman John Scalise at a Congressional Baseball game, the two Columbine High School teenagers, Kleebold and Harris, and the latest at Parkland High School were all Liberals, Progressives, and Democrats, or were raised by Liberal, and Progressive families like Kleebold and Harris.

      All of them were Obama and Hillary supporters, but the Orlando, Florida Gay Night Club shooting, the San Bernardino shooting, and the Fort Hood shooting were carried out by Muslims. Forget the two Muslim brothers that set off an explosive at the Boston Marathon, or the Muslim that rented a truck from Home Depot, and then proceeded to run 25 people down, killing eight of them, in New York City. Anyone hear the Politicians scream about trucks, and truck rental control? Neither did I.

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  27. The Jimmy Jackz says:

    So there’s an active terror cell
    operating in the north of the county. Think we’ll find Cruz had any ties to it? Certainly possible.

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  28. The Jimmy Jackz says:

    Not victim blaming but asking why is a 17 year old having sleep overs with kids do much younger? That’s definitely odd.

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  29. FelineFine says:

    Took everything I had to go to CNN’s website, but there was not ONE WORD of this crime anywhere. Zip, zero, nada.

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    • Harry says:

      No one I know have heard about it anywhere else. Why would CNN want to run a story about a teenager who had loads of problems, finding an outlet in this aggressive Cult called Islam? That does not play into the “Religion of Peace” horse shit that they like to throw our way. Christ said,”love your enemies.”, while their guy said, “kill your enemies.” That’s not quite the same, is it? So, which one really preaches peace?

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  30. MfM says:

    So this 17 year old was having a sleep over with his friend Kyle. According to the article “Johnson and Kyle watched violent jihadist videos Sunday night”

    Kyle better be locked up also, because he wasn’t one of the targets and he did NOTHING to stop it. It sounds like he was part of it, heck he could have even instigated it to get rid of his brother and mother.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      I thought that same thing as I read several articles. The younger son, only 13, fought hard to save his mother and was stabbed numerous times and had to climb out a window I think I read. But Kyle had no injuries at all. I guess so many years of having a mentally ill violent feral as a best friend corrupted Kyle.

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  31. ilovevictoriasbows says:

    Ms. Simon, a divorce and divorced lawyer (sons last name, Bancroft) approves of inviting the 17 year old muslim convert to a sleepover with her 15 year old son.✔︎
    ●Johnson recently withdrew from William T. Dwyer High School
    ●Johnson and Kyle (Ms. Simon’s son) watched violent jihadist videos Sunday night
    ●Jupiter police, Palm Beach County School District police and the FBI previously investigated Johnson for “alleged violent tendencies”

    Liberal mom. No word on Johnson’s parents anywhere in the Post article.

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    • Lurker2 says:

      Just a few weeks prior Simon’s two sons were picked up by the police with stabber Corey at 3am! Simon’s sons are 15 and 13. Gee I have to blame this woman who just got stabbed and had to watch her son be stabbed too, but I also have to wonder why she didn’t sense that something was awry with the stabber. The kid looks nutso to me. And now we have another family whose son was KILLED by Corey. This has to stop. Coreys parents did not exercise their parental responsibilities. Simon did not protect her children nor the child who was sleeping over.

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    • All American Snowflake says:

      Did Johnson live in the same gated community? It’s Politically Correct for elites to live next to terrorist if they are wealthy.

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  32. Donna in Oregon says:

    The four pillars that Satan uses are religion, education, government, economics.

    News people ask over and over why these things happen and cannot seem to understand this tactic of Satan, the father of Death. This little turd is just a symptom, not the cause. The vehicle, the means, the source of these acts is repeatedly transmitted to our society in the same form over and over. It is called evil. Some people are evil. Evil with purpose. Evil and crazy. Evil and ignorant. Evil and angry.

    Ephesians 6:12 King James Version (KJV)
    12. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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  33. The Bit Guru says:

    Looks like echoes of the same issue surrounding the Parkland shooting with regards to law enforcement and the FBI not doing anything when they have serious indicators that a kid is a time bomb.
    https://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/breaking-feds-planned-charge-gardens-teen-for-international-school-threats/0oRF1KCDKL4BWqB7Kgg0zO/

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  34. JaveTime says:

    Sadly, it’s nearly impossible to get a potentially dangerous family member into a secure facility if you feel they are a threat. At the most, held for 72 hours and released, and that’s if you are lucky. Even if his mother was in fear for her life (and she may very have been), she had few options. Look at what was ignored by Law Enforcement and Mental Health professionals in Johnson’s behavior. A mom saying “my kid is crazy and dangerous, please lock him up” gets no hearing. The problem isn’t guns or knives, the problem is there is nowhere to turn when you have a child with really serious mental health issues.

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  35. RLC2 says:

    Lesson learned from school shootings…wait a couple days for the facts to emerge…

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    • RLC2 says:

      And don’t publicize the name, and give the evil-doer any more PR than needed.

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      • All American Snowflake says:

        “But the thrill we’ve never known
        Is the thrill that’ll gitcha when you get your picture
        On the cover of the Rollin’ Stone” Lyrics from Dr Hook’s song “Cover of the rolling stone”

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      • Harry says:

        Put his picture on the front pages of Newspapers when they place the noose around his neck, or when they throw the switch to the Electric Chair. Let it sink in that murder has consequences.

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  36. All American Snowflake says:

    Now Corey Johnson will get his picture on the cover of the Rolling Stone> just like that other righteous Islamic character at the Boston Bombing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqpK9lUTVXs Hey Rolling Stone, tell ’em who we are….

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  37. moe ham head says:

    so i guess we need knife control im calling my local high school to see if they will help roflmao
    ok so its not the knives so its either islam or the kids well libtards which is it?
    and just a side note i wonder if the young scholar was on any meds???? big pharma got there hands on him yet?
    im sure he suffers from depression and anxiety not to mention the stress of being a teenager

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