“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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  1. wheatietoo says:

    Will the Dems demand that we “Ban Assault Knives” now?

    Liked by 29 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      They will not be mentioning the Quran part, if they mention the crime at all

      Liked by 25 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Will the Dems demand that we “Ban the Quran” now?

      Liked by 15 people

    • I don’t know. But I do know that everyone needs to stop using the $(*^&(*@# term “religious” for the cult of insanity, pedophilia, and DEATH. Yep, I’m talking about islam.

      Liked by 18 people

      • G. Combs says:

        Political Islam – What is Islam?
        “Islam is a cultural, religious and political system. Only the political system is of interest to kafirs (non-Muslims) since it determines how we are defined and treated.The Islamic political system is contained in the Koran, the Hadith (the traditions of Mohammed) and his biography, the Sira….
        Political Islam has subjugated other civilizations for 1400 years. Our mission is to educate the world about political Islam, its founder Mohammed, his political doctrine and his god, Allah….”

        Islam (texts) are 14% Allah and 86% Mohammed.
        Mohammed “preached the religion for 13 years and converted 150 Arabs to Islam. After he migrated to Medina, he became and politician and jihadist, which led to every Arab in Arabia becoming a Muslim.”Hijra, Islamic Migration (Migration as Jihad)

        “Migration is part of the doctrine of jihad. Migration is so important that the Islamic calendar is based upon the Hijra, Mohammed’s migration from Mecca to Medina. Why? Because it was migration that lead to the creation of jihad in Medina. And it was jihad that made Islam triumphant.

        In the past Muslims tended to stay in Islamic countries. Today, the new politics is to migrate to Kafir lands and immerse themselves in local politics. This is the jihad of money, writing and speech. Their politics is to bring the Sharia to Kafir culture. An example is using Islamic money is to build departments in universities that will support Sharia and never criticize Islam….” — (wwwDOT)politicalislam.com/migration-as-jihad/
        ………..

        Political Islam – Why We Are Afraid, A 1400 Year Secret

        Political Islam – The Jihad That Led to the Crusades

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        • Tired Mom says:

          I think it is impossible to deconstruct islam and separate the “religious” components from the cultural, political and military (you forgot that part) elements of the cult. If broad agreement among muslims that islam needs to change causes them to attempt reform, fine with me, but: 1) it must come from within due to their own desires; and 2) I have little hope #1 will ever happen; and 3) there is little chance reform attempts will do anything but cause violence, as reformers would be considered apostates; and apostasy is punishable by death, according to the “religion of peace.”

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          • G. Combs says:

            As Dr Werner said, “Islam (texts) are 14% Allah and 86% Mohammed.”

            That make it a CULT since it is mostly about Mohamed and not about some god.
            Sharia Law makes it a theocracy.

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        • dalethorn says:

          And by a fortuitous (for them) coincidence, they are able to proceed against us hand-in-glove with the Leftist/Commie/Anarchists in our country.

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    • Lemmy says:

      If Obama had a son.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Billy Jack Galt says:

      Boycott Bed Bath and Beyond!

      Liked by 1 person

      • sat0422 says:

        Bed, Bath, and Beyond! Is is owned by Muslims or what? Tell me why and I will never step foot in one again. I don’t do much business with them anyway. But, I need to know the reason.

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        • dalethorn says:

          I looked, and so’s not to waste a lot of time, I see that ‘Fmr’ is their top stockholder, and Fmr’s portfolio starts with Facebook, Apple, and Amazon – three of the most evil companies I know of (and I could write books on them).

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    • joninmd22 says:

      Yes. And weak kneed republicans will go along.

      Liked by 1 person

    • farmhand1927 says:

      In response to the front porch package bombings in Austin, TX, shall we ban home deliveries?

      Liked by 2 people

    • positron1352 says:

      Your best response, wheatietoo!

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  2. Minnie says:

    What on earth is in the drinking water in Florida?

    Liked by 5 people

    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      This one you can lay at the feet of the religion of hate and rape. No water required.

      Liked by 18 people

      • Carrie2 says:

        CountryClassVulgarian, Islam is a cult and not a religion. It is a caliphate of muslims who were taught by Mohamed to fight, murder, etc., etc. infidels and also required to marry first cousins so after 1400 yrs. most are mentally disturbed or have super low IQs and cannot be taught. Looking at this young adult’s eyes, they are dead meaning he is full of the evil islamic approach to life and murder. Glad at least they got him quickly and ignored the agreements that police cannot do certain things, or a mayor or a sheriff that supports murders.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          It is not just a cult, a religion, a political force, nor a way of life to these people.

          IT IS LIFE ITSELF!

          It permeates everything they do, everything they think, everywhere they go, how they get there, with whom, what they eat, etc., not only from the minute they get up to the moment they go to bed, but their sleep as well, for they are advised what to dream.

          A true Mohammedan drenches himself, indeed, submits himself (for “Islam” means “I submit”) completely to Islam and its tenets and holy books, and the words and works of the Imams. And they have it drummed in to them, often violently, from early childhood.

          We have these “known wolf” [great term SD] attacks each and every day now in Germany, along with assorted “honor” killings, rapes, stabbings, robberies (they love to rob Christian Churches and pass the proceeds on to ISIS), and many petty crimes. They’re also into drug running, prostitution (forced, of course), and other smuggling efforts. And yet there is discussion of Sharia courts here in Germany.

          In areas where they’ve made attempts to control the access to knives, the Moslems have taken to using pieces of pipe, baseball bats, 2x4s, and pretty much anything at hand as a weapon. And they do this up north (say, Hamburg or Berlin(!)) in groups of 200 or more.

          The various “families” (aka Clans) go after each other big time, ostensibly to preserve their “honor”. Some honor, indeed…

          Sir Winston Churchill said “Mohammedanism is to a man as Hydrophobia [rabies] is to a dog.” It’s time we heed his warning, lest we end up as his very own country is, busily being destroyed at this moment because of their having ignored him.

          An overdose of “PC” is ALWAYS fatal… Culturcide, one might say…

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      • C R Lord says:

        Muslims of this generation who are violent and radicalized are a political group posing as a religion. In our country we have a lot of extensions of the Muslim Brotherhood starting with CAIR and ISNA who subvert our legal processes under false pretext seeking to weasel their way into our government and the minds of our college students. These groups need to be rooted out and shut down and imprisoned or exported.

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        • Maquis says:

          Yep. It’s not protected religion. It’s as evil as Nazism, and had a hand in creating that too.

          It is a pernicious weed.
          It must be eradicated.
          From our own land first.

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        • harrietht3 says:

          Maybe deported is what you meant instead of exported; but yes, they need to be transferred to another, more compatible State, the inhabitants of which share the same raison d’être — reason for being — which is to subjugate the kafir by any means necessary.
          A “political group” is hard to fight against in our Constitution-framed Republic. However, an alien LEGAL system, the purpose of which is to undermine and replace the host government’s legal system, is to my mind, at least, both seditious and treasonous, for those so-called American citizens whose first allegiance is to Sharia. Hanging until deceased is the proper treatment for such persons. There is ample precedent for such a remedy.

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          • G. Combs says:

            ISLAM IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE US CONSTITUTION!

            “When anyone studies a little or pays a little attention to the rules of Islamic government, Islamic politics, Islamic society and Islamic economy he will realize that Islam is a very political religion. Anyone who will say that religion is separate from politics is a fool; he does not know Islam or politics.” – Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini

            “you don’t control people through politics, you control them through religion.” – Constantine
            ……

            The Communists don’t care about religion as long as they get a totalitarian government. Political Islam suits their needs perfectly.

            AND IT IS WORKING!!!

            “[…]According to the just-released survey of Muslims, a majority (51%) agreed that “Muslims in America should have the choice of being governed according to shariah.” When that question was put to the broader U.S. population, the overwhelming majority held that shariah should not displace the U.S. Constitution (86% to 2%).

            More than half (51%) of U.S. Muslims polled also believe either that they should have the choice of American or shariah courts, or that they should have their own tribunals to apply shariah. Only 39% of those polled said that Muslims in the U.S. should be subject to American courts….

            ….nearly a quarter of the Muslims polled believed that, “It is legitimate to use violence to punish those who give offense to Islam by, for example, portraying the prophet Mohammed.”

            ….Nearly one-fifth of Muslim respondents said that the use of violence in the United States is justified in order to make shariah the law of the land in this country.[…]” https://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/2015/06/23/nationwide-poll-of-us-muslims-shows-thousands-support-shariah-jihad/

            …………….
            Just for the record. Islam/Sharia Law as a factor in the USA is rather new.

            Prior to 1965 there were only 100,000 to 150,000 Muslims living in the United States. Pew Research estimates that there were about 3.3 million Muslims living in the United States in 2015. From 2001 to 2013, the decade AFTER 9/11 the U.S. admitted more than 1.5 million lawful permanent residents from majority Muslims nations to the U.S. Under Bush II, right after 9/11 the Immigrant Quota for Muslims DOUBLED! Yet we Americans were subjected to TSA and the Patriot Act.

            Muslim Immigrants in the United States — 2002
            ….By the time of the landmark 1965 change in the immigration law, about 100,000 to 150,000 Muslims lived in the United States.

            Islamists have particular importance, for they harbor religious and political ambitions that are in a potential collision course with the majority population.

            Islamists arrive in the United States despising the country and all it represents, intending to make converts, exploit the freedoms and rights granted them, and build a movement that will effect basic changes in the country’s way of life and its government. The superpower status of the United States makes it especially attractive to those who wish to change the world order; what better place to start? Islamists do not accept the United States as it is but want to change it into a majority Muslim country where the Qur’an replaces the Constitution. “Our plan is, we are going to conquer America,” is how a missionary put it already in the 1920s.4 His latter-day successors are no less ambitious. They have two alternate strategies, non-violent (i.e., conversion of the Christian majority) and violent (i.e., jihad), to accomplish this….

            They aspire to achieve four general goals:

            * Win special privileges for Islam (e.g., call for the creation of a White House Muslim advisory board);

            * Intimidate and silence the opponents of militant Islam (e.g., have death edicts brought down on them, as happened to co-author Khalid Durán);

            * Raise funds for, apologize for, and otherwise forward the cause of militant Islamic groups abroad, including those that engage in violence (e.g., the Holy Land Foundation, closed down for raising money “used to support the Hamas terror organization.”);17 and

            * Sanitize militant Islam (e.g., promote the notion that jihad is not warfare but a form of moral self-improvement).

            Which brings us to the subject of terrorism: Since the November 1990 assassination of Rabbi Meir Kahane by an Egyptian, the immigrant Muslim community has been associated with a great number of violent incidents — all these even before the atrocities on September 11, 2001.18 In its long history of immigration, the United States has never encountered so violent-prone and radicalized a community as the Muslims who have arrived since 1965…..

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            • Tired Mom says:

              Excellent assessment and totally fact-based. Yet try to say any of this in public and you will be shrieked at that you are a racist (to which I always reply, “What ‘race’ is islam?”

              Liked by 1 person

              • G. Combs says:

                They can not call me a ‘racist’ because I am Syrian, actually Druze and I look it! 😉

                Liked by 2 people

              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                One might say Islam is a race to the pit of Hell…

                “Render to Caesar what is Caesar’s” and “Pray for your leaders” do not appear in any of their “holy” texts, yet to a Christian they are very important. Islam is antithetical to everything that our society stands for, and everything on which it is based.

                Adams and Jefferson came to pretty much the same conclusion when they were confronted by the Mohammedan Barbarians and their Jizrah “tax”…

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      It isn’t just Florida these days.
      A young black man in a town near me beat to death both his grandparents, who raised him, his aunt, and a cousin a few days ago.

      http://www.live5news.com/story/37697561/report-reveals-details-of-charleston-co-quadruple-homicide-scene-arrest

      If there’s something in the water, it’s nation-wide, I’m afraid.

      Liked by 9 people

      • Mary Ann says:

        I would ask what head med’s he was taking.. dido for the Florida teen..
        Or call a good exorcist.. When conscience is seared to the point of murder.. something is wrong..

        Liked by 6 people

      • dalethorn says:

        We had another incident in this area where two even less-cultured youths murdered a man in an alleged robbery, then they continued on their way to school, where they were arrested. How crazed do you have to be to murder a man and then just continue on to school? My feeling is that there are many young people who don’t have the mental fortitude to stand up against the onslaught of violence that the media shoves in their faces, and into their ears with violent rap music etc. The criminal Communist media instructs us that freedom and equal rights means we cannot protect these victims before they turn other people into victims. I disagree. The media is our sworn enemy.

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    • “What on earth is in the drinking water in Florida?”
      The water in Florida may be tainted but it’s more the media bombardment of hateful content that’s brainwashing American youth to hate themselves & lash out at society. https://youtu.be/GhNywFWziuI


      How many times do American youth hear these phrases? White privilege, repressive patriarchy, toxic masculinity, kill Whitey

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  3. WeThePeople2016 says:

    “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.”

    Here we go again. The FBI dropped the ball, again. Where did we hear this before?

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      Aren’t we all fortunate to have the FBI looking out for our collective necks?

      Liked by 9 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      When Robert Mueller was head of the FBI, he removed the ability of agents to use the presence of Islamic materials as a pretext for further investigation. it was considered “profiling” and therefore not allowed.

      Liked by 17 people

    • filia.aurea says:

      The FBI is too rotten to fix. Florida has massive problems that need addressing, and neither the Governor nor Pam Bondi are measuring up to the task. Clinton’s PDD62 enabled the CIA to infiltrate the FBI, and the resulting JTTF (Joint Terrorism Task Force) includes Sheriffs and local police, many of whom were former Dyncorp mercenaries. In addition, DHS Fusion Centers accommodate these ‘teams’ all across the U.S.A. What began as an effort to encourage inter-agency collaboration has ended up in a circle-jerk. It should all be dismantled. https://publicintelligence.net/fusion-centers/ As an aside, Dr. Steve Pieczenik (a FLA resident) is now encouraging NC09 to vote for a former CIA operative in 2018. His name appears on https://redtoblue.dccc.org

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        Chris Farrell from Judicial Watch has said the FBI should be abolished. Start an investigative branch of the US Marshall Service and let agents apply over there. It would take 6-8 months.

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      • dalethorn says:

        We should remember that when McCarthy was outing Commies in the State Dept., the CIA bought up lots of media assets to attack McCarthy. It worked, and we’ve been suffering from that ever since.

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    • Yadent says:

      Until people understand that law enforcement is under NO legal obligation WHATSOEVER to protect any one individual or group of individuals within a community, only the community AS A WHOLE, incidents such as this will continue. Law enforcement’s ONLY job is to uphold and enforce the law. Period. If doing that creates some form of protection, consider it a ‘bonus’. The only protection the law (government) can offer is ‘fear of punishment ‘ for violating said law. If one is not concerned about punishment, then it’s game on for those unwilling/unable via prevention by law from protecting themselves.

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      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        That Supreme Court ruling was mentioned again recently, maybe Laura Ingraham’s show last week.Which is why citizens need 30-40 round magazines for their AR-15’s.
        When you have 50-250 rioters, looters and arsonists coming down your street, the police will not be there to stop them.
        Especially if your mayor is a democrat.

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        • Maquis says:

          Oh, the police will be there. To stop you and me from saving lives and property, giving them “space to destroy.”

          Liked by 5 people

        • PaulM says:

          if you start shooting at a group of rioters that are setting fire to a occupied nursing home or a nursery school, guess who the police will be shooting at? The up side of this (if there could be an upside) is that when they come down the streets burning, killing and looting, it will for the most part be in the neighborhoods of demo-rats. Karma. Sadly, there will be a lot of collateral damage. If it’s big enough the stores will soon be empty and hungry rioters will wander in circles looking for food making easy targets. Unless government agencies provide it for them (think california), in which case, gather your equipped neighbors and setup a perimeter around your local Sysco or U.S. Foods warehouse.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Wasn’t it Mueller who stripped all Muslims-Quran references in FIB manuals? That’s a red flag for a FIBer to walk away.

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    • CC says:

      My first thoughts out of the early morning darkness of the squirrel nest…..Why is a 17 year old drop out hanging out with 13 year olds? What was the mother of the 13 yr. old thinking, although the perp looks younger….?

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    • Bob Thoms says:

      What could they have done?

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    • BobInFL says:

      What does the FBI do these days (besides fabricating evidence against our president, lie, conspire, politicize investigations and covering up motives like Las Vegas)? I live just a couple of miles from where this happened. Is beginning to freak my kids out as they recognize some of these kids – different school though. Was explaining to my daughter this morning – as we were discussing reasons for the school walk-out today – that a lot of these atrocities are a failure of government doing the jobs we expect them to do and that you can’t rely on them to protect you – we need the 2nd amendment to protect ourselves.

      Marjory Stoneham was a failure of federal, state, county, local, school admin and all law enforcement in between. This will probably look the same when all is said and done (FBI, PBC and Jupiter Police, PB Schools will probably all have had run-ins with this kid).

      I’m afraid that PC is ruining South Florida. Democrat run Broward and Palm Beach Counties are very progressive. Will be leaving after my last kid leaves High School.

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      • dalethorn says:

        Very well said! The protection on the top end is only because the apple barrel is rotten from the bottom up. PC is the place we need to send the Commies – Punk City, at your closest Big House.

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  4. Scout says:

    You expect what else?
    The Koran and Hadiths directly, unambiguously and obscenely instruct muslims to murder infidels, apostates, Jews, homosexuals and difficult women….kill them on sight.
    And the immigration policy of the USA is “shocked” when they do?
    Ya gotta laugh or you’d cry at the learned impotence that has been engineered into America.

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  5. Artist says:

    The ” religion” of pieces of @#$%.
    There is no “radical” islam….only islam.
    Everyone should read the Quran, and the accompanying suras.

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  6. blind no longer says:

    Oh I thought it was a religion of peace.

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    • blind no longer says:

      There must be some mental illness going unchecked in South FL. This is horrible.

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      • G. Combs says:

        “….some mental illness going unchecked in South FL. “

        Yes, it is called our TREASONOUS GOVERNMENT!!! From local to federal they are ALL traitors to the US Constitution with a few exceptions. ALL are bought and paid for by OUR WEALTH syphoned off by the European Banksters who formed the Federal Reserve.
        ….

        “[…]I think it’s time for a new definition of usury as follows: any interest on any loan of fiat money (meaning money made out of nothing). This example of a $100,000 home, as shocking as it is, producing $172,741 unearned interest,…You have to multiply that by all the homes in America, by all of these hotels in America, all the high-rise buildings, all the factories, all the airplanes, automobiles, farm equipment, schools, everything, all the physical assets of America. You apply this same ratio and can you see it in your mind? We’re talking about a river of unearned wealth that is so wide you can’t even think of crossing it, flowing perpetually into the banking cartel. A dead short across the productive element of society. Money being taken from people who are working hard providing the material and the labor. They don’t even know that this is being taken from them and it’s in this huge river of wealth flowing into the banking cartel. It’s a staggering thought….

        You are led to the question of where is this river flowing?….

        They are spending it to acquire control over the power centers of society. The power centers are those groups and institutions through which individuals live and act and rely on for their information. They are literally buying up the world but not the real estate and the hardware, they’re buying control over the organizations, the groups and institutions that control people. In other words, to be specific, they are buying control over politicians, political parties, television networks, cable networks, newspapers, magazines, publishing houses, wire services, motion picture studios, universities, labor unions, church organizations, trade associations, tax-exempt foundations, multi-national corporations, boy scouts, girl scouts, you name it. Make your own list of organizations and you will find that this is where those people have been for many decades spending this river of wealth to acquire operational control particularly over those institutions and individuals, those organizations that represent opposition to themselves. That’s a critical area for expenditure on their part.

        This process has gone on not only to a marked degree in America and in the other industrialized nations of the world, but it has gone on in the so-called third world or underdeveloped nations to such a degree that I would say the process is now complete. They own these countries already. Have you ever wondered what’s going on there at the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank? […] http://www.bigeye.com/griffin.htm

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      • GB Bari says:

        The mental illness is Progressivism. Or Liberalism. Whatever you call the Leftwing, anti-American, anti-conservative ideology that has infected the minds of Democrats and with which young people have been indoctrinated via the school systems and pop culture.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      They define “peace” differently from the west. Their definition of “peace’ is when the entire earth is ruled by Islam and under sharia law.

      You don’t find them broadcasting the female genital mutilation part, though.
      http://jamieglazov.com/2018/03/11/glazov-gang-a-day-in-the-life-of-a-child-bride-2/

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  7. carterzest says:

    PROMISE PROGRAM
    BAKER ACT
    TRAYVON Broward/Dade
    NICOLAS CRUZ Parkland Broward Dade
    ……….

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      OMG – you’re right. They have a “School District Police” – so they presumably have a Promise Agreement, too. And the FBI involved AGAIN.

      So what happens? They recycle it to the District! That’s how they undermined certain things in Shallow State – a kind of “recycling” to “deep statish” individuals. We had “fake accountability”, they have “fake justice”.

      ALL ADDS UP.

      So we sit here and ask the FBI what they did, and even if they tell us “we contacted the school district police”, well, that’s it. END OF STORY.

      And the kids watch jihad porn. BAD stuff.

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      • wheatietoo says:

        Yeah, but Wolf…kids aren’t influenced by watching violence on a screen.

        Isn’t that what the entertainment & video game industry says?

        Now, in all fairness, there are millions of people of all ages who watch violent stuff…and they aren’t compelled to go out and kill others, as a result of it.

        But some are.
        It definitely influences some young people.

        And when Youtube censors conservative videos…aren’t they ‘admitting’ that “videos can influence people”?
        Oops.
        I think they are.

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        • Plain Jane says:

          Reading the Q and sirrahs teaches to do violent acts.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Military shrinks were saying in the 1990’s that there was NO DOUBT people were being affected by violent video games. Everything affects us. The question is, who can handle WHAT. This is a serious question. Socialists are trying to answer it secretly while pretending it’s not a question. We have to be smart.

          Pornography is one of the most amazing programs because it nearly auto-installs. Violent porn is the worst – Ted Bundy admitted that’s what started him down his path. It leverages sexual feedback programming to install extreme anti-social behavior. Most people CANNOT successfully uproot a sexual program once installed. It cannot be removed cleanly, and it reinstalls more easily. Get child porn on, and it stays.

          Remember when it was almost non-existent? I do. We need to ask WHY.

          We have to stop being stupid. Kids are like dry sponges. They soak up programming. The LEFT knows it. I think Tavistock may know things they’re not admitting. What if violent video games don’t show up as having a truly pathological effect in NORMAL people, except under REVOLUTIONARY conditions? This is the kind of question that may not have been asked properly BY US, but the SOCIALISTS may know the answer.

          I’m catching on to Eric Holder’s tricks. VERY MUCH.

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          • wheatietoo says:

            The earliest first-person-shooter video games were developed for the Military.
            This was in the 80’s.

            The Military put it out for bid…and several video game makers competed for the contract.
            The ones that were Not chosen, turned around and put their first-person-shooter games out in stores…for sale to the public.

            That’s how the first-person-shooter genre got started.
            As simulators for military training.

            So yeah…the Military would know.
            Because those violent video games got started as military training tools.

            The difference is…in the Military, the young recruits have got an officer standing over them, teaching them to direct that violence at the ‘enemy’.
            And only at the ‘enemy’.

            Video games have since morphed into story lines that blur the lines on Who the ‘enemy’ is.
            Games such as “Going Postal” and “Grand Theft Auto”, went so far as to teach kids how to commit murder.
            And that was 20 years ago.

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          • graphiclucidity says:

            Kids are the eggs in their omelette.
            If you break a few along the way, well, that’s just the price you have to pay for utopia.

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          • G. Combs says:

            The Communist Takeover Of America – 45 Declared Goals:
            (1963) Congressional Record–Appendix, pp. A34-A35 January 10, 1963

            “[…]
            15. Capture one or both of the political parties in the United States.

            16. Use technical decisions of the courts to weaken basic American institutions by claiming their activities violate civil rights.

            17. Get control of the schools. Use them as transmission belts for socialism and current Communist propaganda. Soften the curriculum. Get control of teachers’ associations. Put the party line in textbooks.

            18. Gain control of all student newspapers…

            21. Gain control of key positions in radio, TV, and motion pictures.

            22. Continue discrediting American culture by degrading all forms of artistic expression. An American Communist cell was told to “eliminate all good sculpture from parks and buildings, substitute shapeless, awkward and meaningless forms.”

            24. Eliminate all laws governing obscenity by calling them “censorship” and a violation of free speech and free press.

            25. Break down cultural standards of morality by promoting pornography and obscenity in books, magazines, motion pictures, radio, and TV.
            27. Infiltrate the churches and replace revealed religion with “social” religion. Discredit the Bible and emphasize the need for intellectual maturity, which does not need a “religious crutch.”

            28. Eliminate prayer or any phase of religious expression in the schools on the ground that it violates the principle of “separation of church and state.”

            29. Discredit the American Constitution by calling it inadequate, old-fashioned, out of step with modern needs, a hindrance to cooperation between nations on a worldwide basis.

            30. Discredit the American Founding Fathers.[…]

            That list and its obvious implementation over the last fifty years is down right SCARY!!!

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          • Cuppa Covfefe says:

            Look at http://www.vigilantcitizen.com . They have extensive reporting on MK-Ultra and Hollyweird and the music industry, as well as politics. They also have articles about the elite, spirit cooking, and odd buildings (like the Denver airport).

            There is so much evil out there that we either don’t see, or have become numb to.

            We really, REALLY need to fight it, whether we’re considered “phobic” or not. Just look at what is happening at the UK borders right now. Terrorists get through unscathed, yet folks warning of the damage coming and other threats to society are refused entry (for “thought crimes”) and detained or imprisoned.

            This madness has to stop.

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          If what children and teenagers are watching/playing on a screen, then why don’t we let them watch sex scenes in films or hardcore porn?

          If seeing sex will affect them, then why doesn’t seeing thousands of instances of hardcore violence and murder, by the time they’re eighteen, affect them?

          Something isn’t adding up.

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          • Esperanza says:

            You could answer killing defenceless animals affects them too.

            We need training for our violent tendencies, we need them to survive. Video games are currently the ONLY outlet we have in Europe. I disagree they are bad. They always have clear consequences for actions. They are also fantasy.

            Please people, before harping on video-games, play some and come back and we can discuss it. People on the outside have a false notion of videogames.

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            • graphiclucidity says:

              First off, lady, I’m not some 80 year-old, Grandpa, who doesn’t know the difference between a Shoebox and a Xbox. I’ve played video games from Pac-Man to Grand Theft Auto. I know what video games are.

              Second off, just because you and I can do various things in this world and it not have any affect on us doesn’t mean that young children and mentally unstable people are not being affected in some way by media that is harming them or making their condition worse.

              YOU need to stop taking sincere and thoughtful discussion about the reasons for the VIOLENCE by young people in AMERICA that include the POSSIBILITY that violent images, entertainment, and video games, MAY be contributing to the problems of violence by young MEN in our society,

              You have also jumped to erroneous conclusions way too much, and ASSUME too much, in your last couple of exchanges with me.

              Your self-righteous sanctimony is neither warranted nor appreciated.

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              • Esperanza says:

                There is no santimony on my part. I am participating in the discussion. Most people who dislike video-games have never played them. I was the same before I did. I’m not responding in particular to you, it’s nigh impossible to do that with the word press system.

                But this discussion is the same as banning assault rifles. Or hunting. In hunting people actually kill things. Personally I have more problems with Hollywood films where violence and immorality IS presented as right. The only video game where that is not so is GTA. I haven’t played it, so I can’t comment. I do know that it is the pithiest critique of urban culture that exists. Way better than anything Hollywood has produced.

                But what about my point, hunting is OK? If not, why?

                My opinion is that bad people find bad stuff to do. Doesn’t matter what it is, they’ll find it. I think it is the suppression of natural agressivity and doping of young minds that is the problem.

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                • GB Bari says:

                  Facts and history prove your position to be naive. If only bad people are affected negatively by depictions of violence against others, then none of the psyops experiments and resulting operations over the past decades would have worked. Scientific experimentation proves that almost anyone can be influenced by repeated exposure to images and messages. Children are among the most easily influenced because of their lack of sufficient cumulative life experience. Your personal opinion, based on your personal experience, is valid only for you, and others whose life experience and mental makeup is very similar to yours.

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        • famouswolf says:

          Actually it IS affecting all of us simply by numbing us to things…ideas, sights, actions…that at one time we would have been extremely uncomfortable with or even gotten physically ill over, things we used to look away from.
          Even those of us who don’t indulge in the violence, rampant sexuality, etc, and the glorification of it are getting used to it and hardened by it. People that really enjoy the ‘horror’ movie slasher flicks are called ‘gore hounds’ and it has gone mainstream, movies and games that at one time were black market under -the -table goods can now be found on line and sold to ten year olds in ‘comic book shops’ and video game stores. OF COURSE it’s having an effect, and obviously a damned bad one on the weak minded, innocent, and depraved among us. It’s like having a license to pandemonium, the very worst elements of human nature being mainstreamed and normalized. It’s been increasing for years, and the rampant permissiveness of it is having a devastating effect on our country and our culture. The fact that most people don’t go out and copycat that disgusting stuff doesn’t mean we won’t all get pulled down with it, especially if law enforcement, churches and government continues to ignore and downplay the obvious results.
          We have to put this stuff back in Pandora’s box, via Christianity (real, not the apologist ‘churches’ out there, y’all know what I refer to), and return to immediate draconian punishment for things like this kid’s rampage, things that used to work quite well when the majority of we here were growing up.
          I’m not advocating fascist style rule and control, just a simple return to sanity and self control before we become ‘Babylon America’.

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      • seekingthetruth2 says:

        Hogg Eyes.

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      • Esperanza says:

        Bet it was on YouTube. Can’t watch Bombard no siree. But islamicist violence incitement is fine.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        Betsy DeVos had NINE mega-parent-power post-Parkland tweets today, and a retweet in the same theme, on her official Twitter. I think she may be preparing to take some action.

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  8. MACAULAY says:

    1) No gun used.
    2) Corrupted F.B.I. screws up again.
    3) Murderer talking “Islam Made Me Do It”.

    Nothing here to attract the interest of the New York Media.

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  9. sunnydaze says:

    Can he be tried as an adult at age 17 in FL.? Or is it 18?

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  10. joeknuckles says:

    This is so sickening and sad. It’s mental illness disguised as religion. Or, more likely, it’s evil disguised as religion using mental ill or weak people to commit evil acts.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      Very much agreed. I’m going to put it into geek terms that may help some people. They certainly help me.

      Risky viral malware hits vulnerable hardware. That is exactly what this is.

      Religion is as real as life or mathematics. It’s beautiful, pure, and immaterial. Saying God doesn’t exist is like saying calculus doesn’t exist in the pre-Newtonian era. People KNEW calculus was coming – they KNEW certain things were there. It just took a while for humanity to be able to articulate very subtle and difficult things properly.

      Stuff RUNS on humans, or any other intelligent organism, and the more intelligent, the fancier the software you can run. Religion is complex software with powerful ideas as constructs within it. The ideas themselves have POWER.

      Islam is a DANGEROUS program. It’s not always bad – under the right circumstances – the right network – the right connectivity – the right MARKET that supports the software – no problems – or at least containable and livable ones. But ALL SOFTWARE IS NOT THE SAME. CONVERTS are particularly dangerous. It’s like loading a program on the WRONG cultural operating system. Expect BAD THINGS to happen.

      Even under the best conditions, Islam runs with higher risks. Running it on people who can’t REJECT certain interpretations culturally is DANGEROUS. Running it on young minds without strong parental involvement – people in control who understand the software – DANGEROUS. Islam almost NEEDS the culture that travels with it. It’s like you need Windows “ME” to run it properly. I kinda get why they keep it in Arabic. The HISTORY helps make sense of it. Even then – it’s just not for me. I get the attractions – but – I’m good. Muslims can keep Islam.

      Islam needs warning labels. I can remember my own father, when I found a copy of the Koran. I recalled thinking it was very weird and not at all like the Bible, and in particular it was much more violent. My father did NOT dissuade me from that notion. I’m very glad of that now.

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      • Mary Ann says:

        I like your geek terms.. What I do not understand is why it is so easy to convert young men into Islam.. Their rules are far more rigid than Christianity.. You serve an angry god who has no relationship with you.. your life is weighed on a scale, much like Buddhists.. Never being sure of salvation.. unless you murder an infidel.. Christianity is love based..
        The commandments hang on love.. Something this world could use plenty of 🙂

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        • wheatietoo says:

          “… why it is so easy to convert young men into Islam.”
          ____

          I think it is because of the ‘male supremacy’ aspect in Islam.
          This probably appeals to some young men, who may have been rejected by girls or disciplined by women.

          In Islam, women are supposed to be submissive and subservient.
          Men are even encouraged to beat women, to ‘discipline’ them…and rape is even allowed as a punishment for non-muslim women who dare to go out uncovered.

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          • Esperanza says:

            Islam is a warrior cult, like Samurai. It’s whole point is to train men to take over other people’s territory. Its Hegira, the dating system started when Muhammad went to a neighbouring town and took it from its inhabitants.

            It’s possible that the pussy culture imposed on our male children is what’s making them susceptible. They need a sane outlet for their “protective” instincts and society doesn’t provide it.

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            “This probably appeals to some young men, who may have been rejected by girls or disciplined by women.”

            It may also have something to do with what we are doing in our culture to feminize or demasculinize our men. I know you have seen Tucker’s series on Men in America. This may be some sort of push back. I’d be mad as heck at the world if I were a guy being treated like a dolt, or a perv, or just a privileged member of The Patriarchy or whatever.

            NOT that I am defending Islam or Sharia law, not by any means.

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I agree. More love! Which is not always coincident with more peace. The mixture is tricky. (This is from a favorite philosopher of mine, Walter Kaufmann, who chose the pain of love over the safety of peace.)

            Agreed with what wheatie and Esperanza are saying. LOT of appeal those ways.

            I think that Islam is seductive to young men in the same way that feminism is seductive to women – it’s both selectively empowering and self-justifying. That is why both of them sell to older, angst-filled teens and young people. I personally think anything past First Wave feminism is contaminated with socialist mal-think, and just as dangerous as Islam, albeit in a more subtle and uniquely feminine but life-damaging way.

            When I was a teen – rather typical, too – I was alternately on Cloud 9 or the bowels of Hades as girls alternately threw themselves at me or rejected me. I had great times with friends – sharing success – or comforting each other in pathetic failure. Those are tough times for young men. The emotional strains are tremendous.

            Islam says “It’s ok to be a man, and your worth is independent of women, who are in some ways inferior, unexpectedly seductive, and always dangerous, so you SHOULDN’T live up to their standards. Follow Islam, which has different rules reflecting this difference and protecting you from sin.” It’s very ego-protective for young men.

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            • Esperanza says:

              It’s also dangerous because of its get out of jail free card. You can do what you like, but do just one act killing infidels, and you will go to Paradise. This is why Ramadan is dangerous. The Bataclan attacker was a rent boy, but his act sent him to Paradise.

              I disagree on the ego protective. I think it creates eggshell egos. It’s very flattering to an immature ego. I think Bombard hits the nail on the head, these are immature egos. We treat children as adults, they are not.

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              • wolfmoon1776 says:

                Eggshell protection is a good way to look at it. It’s brittle.

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                • Esperanza says:

                  Modern feminism is not empowering to me. Adding a 1/4 hour to an exam because women can’t think fast is rather back to Victorian women are wilting flowers. The stupid girl is a case in point. Stand in front of a raging bull. Or even a raging cow…That’s the ticket.

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                • WSB says:

                  Collective father surrogacy. Alpha male discipline. Islam enslaves men almost as much as it does women. Spent too much time in SEA and the ME not to see it full thrust. It’s sick.

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            • Jedi9 says:

              I think more people make it about religion than about culture. We have to look at ourselves first in order to understand the real issue. Post modernism and it’s construct by leftist extremists philosophers who shaped what post modernism is today, is the real root cause in why we are seeing so much craziness today.

              First, Islam is a political movement masqueraded as a religion, and for the past 10 years or so, it has only become an issue because just as you intimated it has infiltrated into the political institutions of western culture. Ie: Great Britain, and The USA. It only has been exacerbated in recent years by the uncontrolled influx of unskilled migrants imposed by undemocratic institutions like the EU to mandate all it’s members to be inclusive thereof to meet it’s quotas to accommodate the exodus of a people fleeing war torn countries such as Syria. (Albeit a manufactured crisis IMO, Humanitarian crisis is the word used under another false pretense ) Of course Obama the ideologue bought by the globalist cabal to do the same. BREXIT, became the start of the populist movement as a reaction to all the problems the EU and their ideology has brought. Then followed across the pond with the election of Trump as a reaction to the establishment of multi-national corporations that subscribe to the globalist agenda. (i.e.: redistribution of world wide wealth, consolidation of the worlds resources, borderless countries) Italy maybe the latest in such movement to subscribe in reversing this trend as it has shown the adverse affects upon national identities and the costs associated with it.

              The EU, and the globalists like Soros and the Obamanites who virtue signal about inclusivity of gender pronouns, adapting to changed language to accommodate certain ideologies of group think, revisionist history, and open borders have tried to no ends to reinforce these ideas by way of propaganda (They control the MSM), punishing the opposition within the panopticon of technological surveillance and other measures within the social stratifications of culture and politics. This is what I refer to cultural Marxism in the guises such as political correctness, calling out hate speech, racism, bigotry, censorship where the infringement on individual liberties such as “Free speech” comes under siege for expressing such opposition to these views, ideas, deemed as being adverse to a national identity or a particular culture. There is also a clear example of cultural re-appropriation being implemented that exists in the subtle under-layers of the philosophical dogma of leftists ideology. It can’t be seen, but is there when further theoretical analysis is applied to look deeper; it then becomes apparent that “whitey” is the main cause for all of human societal problems throughout history and that brown people (as is the new term buzz word is being introduced in the main stream narrative) have been kept down and not allowed to achieve their potential as a result. This is a pervasive theme in western culture being re-appropriated to justify a more sinister and nefarious political agenda. (See Canada and Justin “twinkle socks” Trudeau)

              Now getting to the the post modernism element of all this, the basis in which reason, truth, facts do not exist, only that everything is subject to interpretation, which is in consequence and the reason for circular debate among it’s ardent consumers of this school of thought is often frustrating and very rarely can two opposing views can agree on anything. (conservative and progressive leftists) This is more in line in what I was expressing being close to the abyss of surrendering to insanity, and a product of the times we live in. Compartmentalization in this respect is a term used to describe the various opposing views within our modern day society, and religion is one of them.

              “postmodernism holds that our identities are constructed by our race or gender or class identities—that is the collectivized part of it: You exist only as part of a collective group. The zero-sum part is that those groups are in a life-and-death conflict with each other. So, society is made up of blacks versus whites, men versus women, rich versus poor, Muslim versus Christians, etc., etc,. Generally, the political philosophy of postmodernism is left collectivism. The aesthetic view is very fragmented and rather nihilistic.” ~ Dr. Stephen Hicks 2010

              When you think about religion in a general sense, it has been marginalized since the 16th century when science, reason supported by empirical evidence replaced religion as the center piece of western societies to explain natural phenomena. Darwin expedited this acceptance of thought with his evolution and survival of the fittest theories. My argument in all of this is not about religious ideologies becoming in conflict with one another, but more to do with culture and the capability of values that become conflict when another culture is imposed on another and the values are not the same, (as has been the case in much of what we are seeing with their EU and incessant need for social engineering) and thus start to compete with one another along ideological fronts that becomes politically weaponized.

              Post Modernist’s are everywhere, in all sorts of institutions such as education, Government, Entertainment, and in the highest positions of power and have or are influencing the current discourse that we are having to live through, and for those who don’t subscribe to it’s institutional hive mentality become a part of the counter culture to which such opposition is formed. The current post modernist didn’t shape it’s tenets but instead refine, reinforce it’s ideology. So is it no wonder that the ones who did shape it, are predominantly French Philosophers known to have subscribed to extreme leftists ideologies of the past such as far left Socialism or far leftist dogma? Lyotard, Baudrillard, Foucault, and others?

              This in terms of “Nihilism” and Nihilistic thought, is what post modernists subscribe to. The term itself is closely associated with Nietzsche’s writings on the subject matter with his books “The Gay Science” and “Genealogy of Morals” where he is clearly stating and advocating overcoming nihilism as a means for self attained enlightenment, vs. what post Modernist willingly subscribe to, “will to nothing” or Nothing to will”. In a nut shell, Post Modernists misinterpret Nietzsche’s ideas to the point of advocating the opposite, and the fact Nietzsche himself was an atheist, who was writing during a time he viewed Victorian era Societies of Europe as being oppressive and dogmatic, was not the same as what Post modernist who subscribe to assailing and indicting Christian beliefs to the point of ostracizing those who hold such beliefs to shame. Nietzsche, realized the value in which Christian religion brought to society by way of establishing a basis for morals, it was necessary for society to have order (as he challenged all morals are man made as in “God is Dead”) but he also advocated that humans from time to time need reevaluate values, as old values though out periods of time become outdated and outlive their purpose. Post modernists took this to mean something else and became extreme in their discourse to assail upon anybody subscribing to Christian beliefs as being in the same mention as white, racist, dogmatic, and the source of the world’s conflicts. Funny how these same are so willing to embrace Islam with even more reverence to fuel any opposition to it’s counter part, would not only seem to be even more oppressive, but contradictory to what they want to advocate.The discourse of politics has indeed become tribal and primordial to the species we call humans!

              Finally my last point, movements and eras are cyclical. Modernism, Counter enlightenment, Post Modernism. We are currently living in a time when post modernist thought is under attack, and simply put, it doesn’t have a defense in order to survive its own contrived arguments, such as the case with modernism and epistemology, although, some values of it’s movement persist to this day, but unlike modernism which did not contradict itself, Post modernism seems to do that on many fronts! We maybe witnessing the era in which we will be entering a new movement, (beginning stages) both philosophically and culturally, but like all movements, it’s a gradual process within human history, that can span 50 to 100 years before we can speak of post modernism posthumously, and the merits of its movement good or bad for history and philosophy can not be separated for they are interdependent on one another for analytic discourse.

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              • dalethorn says:

                Great ideas. I’d like to add one thing about interpretation, and that is the modern notion that the Supreme Court has the right to interpret the Bill of Rights. They don’t. The Bill of Rights is clearly a “hands off” to government, and the Supreme Court is government. I’m not suggesting that anything goes in those amendments (first and second especially), but I am saying that other than weighing in on excesses such as illegal speech (direct solicitation of violence etc.) and illegal weapons (bombs etc.), the Supreme Court is prohibited from interpreting the *meaning* of those rights.

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                • Jedi9 says:

                  My question to modern notion, is who is trying to do the interpretation? The opposition who fall in line with Progressives or for that matter any other group, or the judges? If it is the judges, then they really aren’t interpreting the “Bill of Rights” but only the law within governance that applies to individual cases, the Bill of Rights is the basis or origin from which such references of the law is to be interpreted. To me the “Bill of Rights” is clear as day, and doesn’t need to be interpret, only how the law to a given circumstance that is presented or challenged applies.

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      • Maquis says:

        Geek on, Wolf Tzu!

        Well done.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          Thanks! I had more, thinking about it, so here you go!

          I have tried to think about what is WRONG with Islam for me.

          In the words of programmers, too much cruft, too many hacks, too much legacy. I get the beauty of the old code, in the context of development, but no – if I had to pick a form of Islam, it would be the HEAVILY REFACTORED Bahai faith, which is utterly peaceful because it left behind the problematic parts of Islam, and embraces truth fully and without reservation, which is key to getting the code back on track. I’m actually surprised that American leftists aren’t more interested in it, because it’s almost 100% behind the ideas that make socialism popular, but it rejects “end-justifies-means” thinking, which is the memory error potential of all religious and moral systems.

          HOWEVER – for me – the key to the codebase is the Gospel of Matthew. This is where ALL the great concepts of versions 1.0 and 2.0 meet. It is the pathway into future development – the stuff that will allow mathematization of the Message. I simply cannot be closer to God, than following in his footsteps, at that moment, Matthew unifies Judaism and Christianity for me, the Old and New Testaments – not in modern Christian theology, but in proto-Christianity, when it was still very Jewish, and very alive. I can never fully understand it, but I know the answer is there.

          To me, Christ’s deeply metaphorical view of Judaism is a rich affirmation of its principles, not always giving easy answers, but restating old and difficult problems in elegant terms. More than anything, it shows how great God is, how small we are, but how much God cares. It is a beautiful view of God, and I won’t give it up!

          Kids need God. So much bad stuff happens when that idea isn’t there. Parents – even agnostics – need to think about laying a strong, simple moral foundation early. Matthew. HE got that part BIG LEAGUE.

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          • G. Combs says:

            “[…]Kids need God. So much bad stuff happens when that idea isn’t there. Parents – even agnostics – need to think about laying a strong, simple moral foundation early.[…]” — YES!

            My Husband’s family are atheists and they made sure their boys all went to church. Hubby even went to a religious college were the study of religion was mandatory.

            From the non-religious point of view, religions teache a set of ethics. The ethics taught by Christianity gave us Man made in the Image of God, as a noble creature, NOT A SLAVE. It gave us the US Constitution, the Renaissance, the Industrial Revolution AND CIVILIZED HUMANS who treat each other fairly no matter what their religious beliefs.

            Islam teaches CONQUEST and ENSLAVING OTHERS.

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          • dalethorn says:

            God created both us and the angels with free will. Free will didn’t suggest sin, but allowed it under certain circumstances. Jesus didn’t sin because he wasn’t “really” tempted like we are, since the word says that he *was* really tempted. He didn’t sin because he knew God – his father. Your message is wonderful because it goes to the heart of our issues.

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            • wolfmoon1776 says:

              The temptation of Christ – a very fine point as you suggest – is key to understanding so much. One cannot go wrong reflecting on it! One of the most powerful parts of the Gospels. Its power as both literal truth and metaphor reinforcing each other has profound meaning.

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      • PocaMAGAhontas says:

        ^^^knowing this is a tool to manipulate, it seems to me there is a wider plot. Not limited just the “lone wolf” jihadists. The lone wolves and the school shootings are certainly used as part of an overall effort to disarm the American public through gun control. But the incidents are also used to bring mental health to the forefront of the discussion. Both are slippery slopes. Once we agree to lock up people based on their expressed views, violent or otherwise, the controlling agents will expand their powers to thought police status. All opposing views will be considered enemies of the State. The incident in UK where the couple was detained for days based on their political views; here, the culture of the Obama administration considering Trump an enemy of the State. The intolerance of the those that claim the moral high ground of tolerant behavior, has also become a form of thought control that is undermining the personal responsibility inherent in Judeo-Christain values. When anything goes, people are only responsible to the instinct of their egos, which when unrestrained by a sense of responsibility to a loving God, is let loose to commit crimes against humanity.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I agree – this is a very important point. I think the ways to fight it are DUE PROCESS and requiring OVERT ACTS, suitable to be brought before a judge WITH REPRESENTATION, as the standard for denying rights – even temporarily. We must stay away from the slippery slope as much as possible.

          And we have to vigorously oppose what just happened in England, by telling KHAN that his opposition to free speech is not welcome here. He’s an UNDESIRABLE ALIEN as far as I’m concerned.

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        • dalethorn says:

          Ultimately we will have to fix the disease rather than just soothe the symptoms.

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    • C R Lord says:

      Or it could be MK Ultra — mind control and drugs combined.

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      • wolfmoon1776 says:

        I don’t know what they call their psych programs now, but they HAVE to be far more advanced than MK Ultra ever was. MKU was ended PRE-benzodiazepine, if I remember my history of pharmacology correctly. Literally THOUSANDS of useful programming drugs that are publicly known happened AFTER MK Ultra was pawned off as “over”. I can imagine that we know a LOT MORE about this stuff now.

        One of the reasons to release an old program like that is deflate knowledge of it. You can see how effectively it’s used as disinformation. Just the phrase “MK Ultra” is toxic. But if I said “wanna bet the CIA still cares about psychology, drugs, and how that makes people do things like (fill in the blank)?”, then suddenly the CIA look like CHUMPS if they’re not doing it. SO – this is not a “conspiracy theory”. It’s SCIENCE. Reasonable hypothesis building, based on mission, needs, and the competition. That is all.

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        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Look at vigilantcitizen.com . There is MUCH programming going on today in (un)Hollywood. Have a look at Beyonce, Katy Perry, Madonna, Miley Cyrus, and the other “fractured” females and zeta-males out there.

          And whether it’s older tech, or cutting-edge, it’s being used today, to control the “stars” and those consuming the Hollyweird drivel. Another sad example is childrens’ TV (e.g. Teletubbies and Tinky-Winky, among others). VC has a series on that, too, as does Crossroad.to a conservative Christian site.

          Funny thing most folks in the IT world don’t realize: LEGACY is the stuff you want to keep. One’s legacy is valuable, the rest (that no-one wishes to inherit) isn’t.

          The problem with Islam is it’s faulty code, based on incorrect specs, untested before release, and maintained with knives and swords rather than a keen eye and a cool head. Though it’s such errant spaghetti, that nothing can fix it…

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          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            I love it! Great description! Especially your last paragraph. It shows what we’re dealing with there, a “legacy kludge”!

            Legacy is an interesting problem even when it’s legacy GOOD CODE. So much needs to be kept, most importantly the PRINCIPLES underlying the code, as it is translated into more current language. These principles are often very subtle and important, and were won only with difficulty. VERY basic principles. We tend to FORGET them and ASSUME them, and lose sight of their importance. But they need to be kept utterly in mind as we even consider restating them in new terms. An example – your very point here!

            And remember who is the repository of the legacy good code’s purpose – OLDER EMPLOYEES!

            What I’ve noticed (in actual IT) is that those who don’t like those PRINCIPLES will tend to mask their betrayal of them in the new and shiny of the superficial improvements. They can’t come out and SAY “we’re betraying this fundamental” because that is too damaging and non-sensible an admission. They will bring in suspect and sabotaging principles by alleging to solve old problems with new shiny that creates two new and dangerous fundamental problems for every one it solves.

            Note that all of this applies to our NATIONAL situation and our INTERNATIONAL situation, just as much as our MORAL, SPIRITUAL and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY situations!

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    • Esperanza says:

      This. They use mentally ill people or low iq to commit suicidal acts. Same with migrants, they send the dross because it’s dangerous.

      Compare with the US where it’s illegal to incorporate anyone under 85.

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  11. NJF says:

    Saw this earlier, literally barbaric!

    Lock him up in prison & deport the family. No mercy.

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  12. Michael says:

    A Muslim named Johnson? Cory Johnson? A 17 yo at a sleep over with 2 13 yos? Watching violent jihadi videos? What the heck is going on in this town?

    Liked by 5 people

    • Sentient says:

      You’re going to love the new America.

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    • Gil says:

      Confused me so I read the whole article. Johnson was visiting the 17 yr old older brother that theyve known for 10 years. Sounds like the 13 yr olds teased him, so he killed 1. The mom woke up to noise, he then attacked mom. 13 yr old younger brother tried to save mom got stabbed.
      Interestingly he did not harm his 17 yr old friend, who I assume called 911. I wonder if he was trying to convert him or if they were more than friends.

      What I take away is kids cannot even have an innocent sleepover because of other people in the house now. If you dont know who is in the house, who has access to your child, the risk for crap like this or other things is too great it seems.

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      • Honest Abbey says:

        This article reports that Johnson’s friend (the older brother) is only 15 years old.

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

        Excerpt:

        Kyle Bancroft, Dane’s 15-year-old brother, said in a phone interview that he and Johnson have been best friends since they met in elementary school around nine years ago.

        Two years age difference is not that big of a deal, but the brother says he and the murderer have been “best friends” since they first met each other in elementary school 9 years ago. So basically a 6 yr old kid in first grade was best friends with an 8 yr old……THAT’S PRETTY WEIRD.

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        “I take away is kids cannot even have an innocent sleepover because of other people in the house now.” It has always been that way, just not necessarily getting slaughtered by a jihadi.

        I have read therapists online practically begging parents not to let their kids just casually sleep over at people’s homes unless they are very, very, very familiar with the family. Too much weird stuff goes on. Kids get exposed to a lot of unsavory stuff that way, or molested.

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        • missilemom says:

          Years ago I went to hear a Christian therapist speak to a group of parents about this exact topic. The therapist wrote a book which I have somewhere in this home of mine . Many convincing arguments.

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            Back in my day, “The Sleepover” was no where near as popular or as prevalent as it seems to be these days, but even then my mom was always deeply suspicious and seldom allowed me to participate unless it was at our house (no fun, my parents were strict) or until I was older.

            It wasn’t until a few years ago that I read a therapist talking about how so often kids were taken advantage of at “sleepovers”and she was all but wringing her hands and begging parents not to let their kids do this.

            I was a bit taken aback but her article made me stop and really think about it and I sort of broke out in a cold sweat thinking about all the things that could easily go wrong at a sleepover. Bullying, getting pressured into drug use or drinking, getting molested or raped, getting exposed to pornography, the list is endless.

            And in today’s world with the breakdown of the family in general and the vulnerability of kids thanks to social media, you have NO CLUE who is going to be showing up or couch surfing at the home where your precious child is “sleeping over.” Such as a lunatic who has decided on jihad. Of all things.

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            • wondering999 says:

              Some years ago I was reading/transcribing the letters of a nineteenth century pastor/teacher to his daughter. The father gave instructions to his daughter NOT to let his grandchildren sleep at the homes of friends. They were to come home to sleep at night.
              In other history I came across a scandal that involved a friend of that pastor. It was someone whom the pastor had trusted, who turned out to be molesting kids and had to be relieved of his job.
              This was way back around 1890-1900. Nothing new under the sun, but any of us can be too trusting in situations where that instant trust in authority puts our children at risk.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      IKR? I know I am NOT in tune with America’s youth, but I thought as I read it “That’s some weird stuff.” Back in my day guys didn’t have “pajama parties” they would have been laughed out of school, and certainly not hanging around younger kids like that. Oh well, boys, get out your onesies and maybe if you’re good Mom will make you some cocoa!

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      • Dave says:

        Good morning, Sylvia. You’re absolutely right! Guys don’t do sleepovers! Plus, doing it with younger kids reminds me of Michael Jackson’s shenanigans, and those blinded parents that heartily approved of it!

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        • G. Combs says:

          “…Guys don’t do sleepovers! ….”

          YES THEY DO!!!

          It is called CAMPING and they often do it with the scouts. 😁

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          • Dave says:

            Yeah, but they sleep in their own sleeping bags! In a private house, in a typical kid’s bedroom, how many single beds do you normally have? You either sleep on the floor or share the bed. Maybe little kids, but not teens!

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    • CC says:

      I commented above…along the same lines re. a 17 year old hanging out with 13 yr. old kids….society is not raising their kids with morals, God, respect…..broken homes…I know a lot of women who are divorced to get out of abusive relationships….

      Older kids are preying on younger ones…..I had a problem with this in my own child’s life….schools, law enforcement, legal system all work against family values and the parent who wants ‘normalcy’ restored….the mental health professionals are empowering a lot of bad decision making on the part of the kids…and the kids, even 10 years ago…..have more rights than the parents…if you are God loving, they aim to squash you.

      Its ugly out there….

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    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Related to Lyndon Baines Johnson, perhaps?

      Then his idiocy and treason will have come full circle (along with Chappaquiddick Ted’s)…

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  13. ForGodandCountry says:

    Islam is a political movement masquerading as a religion. <—–never forget that

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  14. wheatietoo says:

    It will be interesting to see if his attorneys try to get him off on an ‘insanity’ plea.

    The kid is claiming that he was following his ‘religion’.
    If he is declared to be insane…then does that mean that they are admitting that Islam is insane?

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      He is likely insane, wheatie, or close to it.

      In another article at the Palm Beach Post his friend, Kyle, whose brother and mother were stabbed, said that Johnson had not taken his anti-depressants in a week.
      The two of them were apparently watching jihadi beheading videos earlier that night.

      This guy has some mental issues that have been lingering and his newfound dedication to Islamic jihad is just a symptom of that, I’m guessing,

      I’m not making excuses for him. Nikolas Cruz is probably just as insane and slipped through the same cracks.
      At any rate, Johnson should be locked up somewhere for life, and Cruz should get the death penalty.

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      • Esperanza says:

        The mother is stupid. And why is a 15 year old with a stabbed family giving interviews? Where’s the father?

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        • graphiclucidity says:

          The father gave an interview in another article praising his other son for saving their mother’s life.

          The press probably interviewed them all at the hospital.

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          • Esperanza says:

            Where was he during the attack? Why is he allowing a guy who threatened a whole school into his house?

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            • graphiclucidity says:

              Ummm.

              1. Divorced couple who don’t live together?
              2, Not aware of a non-public investigation by law enforcement?

              See where all of this erroneous assumption and jumping to conclusions gets you?

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              • Esperanza says:

                Hey I’m asking questions here, not jumping to conclusions.

                So we have absent father, and before you jump down my throat, I know that’s bad. I pioneered broken homes in the 60s. I’m talking from experience.

                2. Why is an investigation into an international news story secret? These people never crack out of the blue. There are always many warning signs.

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              • G. Combs says:

                WHY THE HECK was Mom letting her son(s) watch Jihadist beheading videos???

                Good Grief, Seems she was terminally stupid.

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                • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                  And whether the kid was troubled, drugged, crazy, lonely, or just bummed out,

                  the victim is JUST AS DEAD.

                  It’s still MURDER, no matter what the libturds and apologists say!

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    • brh82 says:

      One article said he had been “off his Depression meds for a week”. Mental illness is the culprit and NO one can act on that until he “hurts another or himself”. That’s the law. There is no cure for mental illness. I’ve not heard that depression causes thoughts of murder, however. Suicide, yes. Murder, no.

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      • CC says:

        Murder and violent attacks, in my humble opinion, are caused by rage….it used to be that those depressed did not have the energy to take care of themselves—if suicidal energy for that….let alone murder others….not so much.

        While reading the posts on Islam….it brings up a few thoughts…Its an ideology foreign to Westerners…one, its all about conquest for Allah or just power and control with Allah as a reason, take your pick..there are converts willing to do dirty work….the history of Islam is hard for Westerners to understand….world maps constantly changing in the 600-700 AD and forward….the history involves individuals with names so long, westerners cannot remember or pronounce the names…..there are so many versions of the Koran that no one knows which one is correct or if translations are accurate. Fast forward to today..its all about being PC….

        Robert Spencer, Brigitte Gabriel…and a few others have been politicized…but Brigitte Gabriel lived it…in hiding in Lebanon, as a child. The apologists…well what can I say?

        Interesting that the trial is now going forward for the Pulse Nightclub scenario…..

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    • Texian says:

      He is not insane. He is a result of poor breeding, improper upbringing, improper schooling and psycho meds that increase the extremes in the instability of his mental state.. or a combination thereof..

      No fake made up behavioral conditions and the drugs made up for them can make up for parental failure and bad upbringing.

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  15. Harry Lime says:

    Those goofy Parkland kids should do something about this.

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  16. Deplorable_Infidel says:

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  17. Gil says:

    “Johnson had drawn the FBI’s attention last year after he allegedly made threats on Instagram to a high school in England, according to a report from Jupiter police. “Those threats were so severe in nature that up to 100 students were removed from the school fearing some kind of attack,” a Jupiter police report said.

    Johnson’s relatives told investigators last year that Johnson “had been fascinated with dictators and their role in history,” including Adolf Hitler and Josef Stalin, police said
    Jupiter police spoke with the FBI as recently as this month, when the FBI said it was working with prosecutors to make an arrest on federal charges “in the next several weeks,” the police report said”

    http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-pn-palm-beach-gardens-fatal-stabbing-20180313-story.html

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  18. Dave says:

    I recommend my fellow Treepers check out the Blog List provided with all TCTH posts. There are sites such as The Geller Report and Jihad Watch, as well as others, that will enlighten you on how often these crimes of terror in the name of islam occur all over the world, including our country! (Over 32,000 since 9/11). I’m sure most of us are aware of this, but not all posting here are judging from some comments. This is not a problem just in South Florida, but those that only listen to the msm believe that, because most of these are never covered and are ignored! Obama had all islamic references scrubbed from procedural manuals, etc. of the various federal agencies. I was surprised the kid’s conversion even got mentioned. Usually, the standard comment from LE is “We can’t figure out a motive”, done with a straight face!

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  19. C R Lord says:

    M K Ultra. The eyes look demented like so many others. I saw an article online about the one hundred or two hundred people who went on a rampage. They were different ages and went off in different venues but all of them were on Prozac or Prozac and another drug. Mind altering drugs and mind altering through the organization above is quite possible.

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    • Esperanza says:

      That doesn’t mean anything, because it’s Islamic practice to a) use crazy/low iq people and b) get them hopped up on drugs. Assassin means Islamic killer hopped up on ♯ .

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    • G. Combs says:

      From my old notes on Ritalin. The links may have gone dead to protect the guilty. 😡

      1. “[…]”>Children given Ritalin to control hyperactivity could be permanently brain damaged, it was claimed yesterday. Research suggests the controversial ‘chemical cosh’ drug raises the risk of depression and anxiety in adulthood.Ritalin alters the brain’s chemical composition so that it has a lasting effect on mental health, US scientists believe. Because these changes take place while a child’s brain is growing, they could cause irreversible damage [….]” http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-8211049-ritalin-may-cause-damage-to-brains.do

      2. “[…]In 1996, 10 percent to 12 percent of all American schoolboys were taking the addictive Ritalin. [….]” (wwwDOT)firedocs.com/remoteviewing/pjarchives/realworld/Children-and-Ritalin.cfm

      3. “[…]The 700% increase in psychostimulant use that occurred in the 1990s justifies concern about potential overdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment of child behavior problems… from the early to mid-1990s the rate of ADHD treatment (i.e., school-administered Ritalin) among white boys in Baltimore County elementary schools was over 15%[….]” (wwwDOT)srmhp.org/0201/adhd.html

      4. “[…]As many as 20 percent of college students have used Ritalin or Adderall to study, write papers and take exams, according to recent surveys focused on individual campuses. A study released this month by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia found that the number of teenagers who admit to abusing prescription medications tripled from 1992 to 2003, while in the general population such abuse had doubled[….]” (wwwDOT)azcentral.com/families/education/articles/0801back-ritalin-ON.html
      ……..

      RITALIN AND VIOLENCE
      [….] there are now over 5 million school kids in America on psychotropic drugs, most of which are prescribed and administered by the schools themselves. ….December 1996, there are four million kids on Ritalin alone, one of the most powerful of the drugs now being given routinely to children in American schools.

      What is most disturbing, however, is the growing awareness that the increased violence among school children may have more to do with the drugs than with the guns they use to carry out their violence.

      …Eric Harris, 18, who, with his friend Dylan Klebold, murdered his fellow students at Columbine, had been taking Luvox, one of the new antidepressant drugs approved in 1997 by the Food and Drug Administration for treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, among children under 18.

      …. T. J. Solomon, 15, who shot and wounded six classmates at Heritage High School in Conyers, Ga., on May 20 was on Ritalin for depression.

      Shawn Cooper, 15, who fired two shotgun rounds, narrowly missing students and teachers at his high school in Notus, Idaho, was also on Ritalin, for bipolar disorder.

      Kip Kinkel, 15, was on Ritalin and Prozac. He murdered his parents and then went on to school where he fired on students in the cafeteria,…

      Mitchell Johnson, the 13-year-old student at Westside Middle School in Jonesboro, Ark., who mowed down several children and a teacher with his friend Andrew Golden, 11, was on some sort of medication since he was being treated by a psychiatrist[…..]”
      (wwwDOT)ritalindeath.com/education/school-violence.htm

      School Shootings Linked to Psychotropic Drugs Such as Ritalin: (wwwDOT)antidepressantsfacts.com/2000-05-16-School-Shootings-Psychotropic-Drugs.htm

      […]One parent of a teenage murderer [16-year-old son, Jared] and those who knew him reported major personality changes after taking Ritalin.

      …in 1973, psychiatrists were giving amphetamines to volunteers in order to observe their reactions. The reactions frightened researchers, who noted that several of the subjects expressed “a desire to kill” or to do something “bad or destructive.”[…]
      h t t p ://familyrightsassociation.com/bin/white_papers-articles/drugging_our_children/

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  20. Kaco says:

    This is so sad. He doesn’t have an Islamic name so I don’t understand, did he become “Muslim” by watching videos?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Maquis says:

      One becomes a Muslim simply by reciting the Shahada.

      You know, like Obama did every day in Madrassa in Indonesia. Not to mention his mysterious unexplained stint in Pakistan.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Esperanza says:

        They had someone recite the Shahada in an English cathedral. They were invited by the stupid Bishop to say a prayer and said that. Cathedral now belongs to Islam.

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    • Esperanza says:

      There’s probably a programme to recruit crazy people like him. Also they don’t care what happens to him because he’s not a real Muslim.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Kristin says:

      Yeah…. what was his Muslim adopted name? The “mugshot” above is very creepy. Is it a personal picture? Does not seem like official mugshot.

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  21. filia.aurea says:

    Florida is proving to be a National Security threat to the entire USA. Time to shape up. https://americandigitalnews.com/2017/11/02/clinton-treason-port-canaveral-gulftainer-deal-bad-uraniumone/#.Wqis-1S5ufh

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  22. Maquis says:

    Just WTF is it with Florida?

    The regularity of these events speaks of enemy action.
    Domestic, of course, using adherents of the most alien ideology on the planet, as well as the sickos Leftism creates.

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  23. fred5678 says:

    Two explanations

    By military conquest

    Conquest by immigration
    https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/260019/hijrah-europe-robert-spencer

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    • G. Combs says:

      I linked to several of Dr Warner’s articles near the top. He really knows his stuff and boy to does the Left hate him.

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  24. scott467 says:

    “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.” ”

    ____________________

    Another badge of honor for the Domestic Terror Agency, the FIB!

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  25. intercesser says:

    Dr. John MacAurthur wrote a prescient , if not outright prophetic book , entitled ” The Vanishing Conscience ” . Ignoring the role of conscience in mental health is the fatal flaw in most therapeutic models . Only the Bible has the cure for a defiled conscience . The darkness will enter uninvited through the dark cracks of a damaged soul with a defiled conscience . Read Hebrews 8 : 11 – 14 ( plus feel free to read the rest of the Bible , while you are it .)

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  26. scott467 says:

    “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.”

    ____________________

    It’s the religion of piece, ya know.

    The most shocking part of the story is that instead burying the truth a hundred feet below a mountain of islam-lovin’ PC manure, the police actually disclosed that the motive was islam.

    islam: the ideology of atrocities and crimes against humanity strikes again.

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    • graphiclucidity says:

      Malice and forethought.
      First degree murder charge coming, with two more for attempted.

      He’s already confessed, too, apparently.

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      • scott467 says:

        “Malice and forethought.
        First degree murder charge coming, with two more for attempted.”

        __________________

        They should charge Mohamad with worldwide mass murder, and convict him in absentia.

        And charge every person who follows and promotes his blood-drenched ideology of human sacrifice as accessories.

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  27. Mary Ann says:

    Teen “Inspired by faith goes on a stabbing rampage ” .. Teen “stabs 3 due to religious beliefs”
    Still walking on egg shells.. But don’t say “God Bless You” when your boss sneezes.. it could get you fired 🙂

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  28. millwright says:

    An assault upon western cultural icons from another adherent to the “Religion of Peace ” !

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  29. TreeClimber says:

    IT’S NOT RELIGION. STOP LUMPING CHRISTIANITY – (and even other, more peaceful religions, such as Buddhism) – IN WITH THIS MANIA.

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    • Timmy-the-Ute says:

      There is man’s religion and true religion.

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    • scott467 says:

      “STOP LUMPING CHRISTIANITY – (and even other, more peaceful religions, such as Buddhism) – IN WITH THIS MANIA.”

      ________________

      Just a point of clarification, who (or Who) could possibly be more peaceful, more humble, more loving, or have greater compassion for mankind than Jesus Christ?

      By contrast, Mohamad was a raper and a mass-murderer.

      And it is only the evil of political-correctness which shields that fact from being proclaimed everywhere, loudly and publicly.

      People will trip over each other in haste to denounce Charles Manson, who murdered only a few, and not even with his own hands.

      Mohamad murdered thousands with his own hands, and his followers have murdered tens of millions more. But almost nobody in public life will say a word about the ghastly horror show that islam manifestly is.

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    • Linnéa says:

      Hi TreeClimber,

      I don’t understand your question or your response.

      .

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  30. scott467 says:

    “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.”

    ________________

    Yeah. The ‘courage’ to kill people while they sleep, an assassin in the night.

    Real brave.

    Aloha snackbar.

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  31. donny says:

    This one happened in Palm Beach County. Not for far from Broward. It may be more than simple mental illness. Connect the dots. Did this kid & the Boward one have the same mental health handlers? Were they adopted? How much mental health provisions were applied? There are no coincidences.

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  32. Scout says:

    Well, the knife not being semi automatic will come as a great disappointment to the ratbag Democrat leftards. Please fight a Presidential election on gun confiscation boys….make my day.

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  33. James F says:

    Looks like Hogg in a wig.

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  34. Rocket says:

    Once upon a time you had a trial in the morning and a hanging in the afternoon

    Liked by 3 people

    • Cuppa Covfefe says:

      Sounds like a plan… Ahh, the good old days.

      Today all we have is fake justice, a fake bureau of investigation, and thought crimes when we call out the perps…

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  35. Brenda Purington says:

    Satan’s foothold in this country is getting stronger. People need to start calling evil by its name and stop couching it in modern psychobabble and call on The Name of God.

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  36. OldSaltUSNR says:

    Well, it’s late, I’m a bit tired, but the first thing that confused me is none of the kids last names matched any parents, and parents had different last names than the kids. I couldn’t tell who was who. Tragedy follows the break up of a nuclear family, or in many cases, a family that never formed in the first place. Kids are born into instability. I know that this was the case for my own nephew’s and niece, from two different broken families, who are ALL messed up, probably beyond healing (apart from divine intervention).

    So, how does an American child, or young man if you please, become indoctrinated into Islam? There isn’t necessarily a Mosque on every corner, nor are their Muslim evangelist street preachers out there converting kids. Islam isn’t a natural religion for an American kid to just “pick up”.

    This whole thing is strange. Something is wrong in Florida.

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    • jbrickley says:

      Severe mental illness is mostly inherited, looking back at family medical history typically reveals it. It usually manifests itself in the late teens and early 20’s. A study has found that schizophrenia may well be caused by an ancient virus embedded in our very DNA that lies dormant until a child becomes very ill. The illness triggers the ancient DNA and later on as the child matures into early adulthood the schizophrenia appears. Hearing voices and hallucinating. The study observed identical twins where one became schizophrenic and the other did not. All of them were traced back to a severe childhood illness such as scarlet fever, etc. Severe being the child could have died from the illness but survived. The discovery of the DNA traces means they might be able to test for this potential psychosis. In most people it’s dormant but it is passed from generation to generation and without the illness chances are nothing happens. This explains the hereditary nature of schizophrenia.

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    • jbrickley says:

      Florida or Germany. Most of the time, stories of the weird occur in both places. Adam Corrolla’s radio talk show played the game. Guess if it’s Florida or Germany.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        Try again. Are you in England? Maybe you could explain the fascination with New Age and witchcraft there. Not pleasant, is it? Or perhaps Aptos, Santa Cruz, Pacific Grove, or Esalen. Lots of odd stuff going on there…

        Pot, kettle on line 2…

        There are a lot of good Christians in Germany, and that includes my extended family and me.

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        • jbrickley says:

          No offense to Floridians nor Germany. There really was a segment on Dr Drew / Adam Carolla’s Loveline talk show called “Florida or Germany”. It featured weird stories and callers had to guess if it was Florida or Germany. Apparently, Jimmy Kimmel may have invented it as he worked with Adam Carolla for years. So if you want to blame anyone, blame Jimmy!

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  37. trapper says:

    Lizzie Borden took an axe …

    We continue to try to find meaning where there is none. Some events are part of a pattern, others are just outliers, aberrations, that may involve other aberrations such as talking dogs.

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    • trapper says:

      On the other hand, letting them ALL through … well, that’s a pattern, isn’t it?

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    • Scout says:

      Lizzie didn’t claim she was a Druid.
      Had there been many many murderous Lizzie events from Paris to Florida that claimed to be Druid inspired you’d have a point.

      But, of course you don’t have a point…just a dhimmi apology for Druids

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  38. WSB says:

    This goes back to 2016:

    “When Johnson’s mother and grandparents were interviewed by law enforcement, they said Johnson was fascinated with dictators such as Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Kim Jung Un. The said he had “recently began discovering religion” and studying the Quran.

    After the meeting, the FBI told Jupiter police that a counter-intelligence agency in Europe investigated Johnson’s connection to several threats made on Instagram to McAuley Catholic High School in Doncaster, England, as well. Though the report does not say what the threats were to the school, authorities said the “threats were so severe in nature that up to 100 students were removed from the school fearing some kind of attack.” British news outlets reported that in October 2016, there was a threat posted on Instagram that stated “we will kill every single infidel student at this school.”

    In the weeks following, law enforcement monitored Johnson’s movements and his social-media accounts and interviewed his family. Authorities noted his Facebook account had the image of a swastika as its profile picture.

    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.

    Additionally, they spoke with the teen —who denied any affiliation with ISIS — and told him “to cease all social media activities related to ISIS and any other terrorist organization” and have no further contact with the Catholic high school in England, the report said.”

    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/crime–law/breaking-feds-planned-charge-gardens-teen-for-international-school-threats/0oRF1KCDKL4BWqB7Kgg0zO/

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  39. fuzzi says:

    He’s got “dead” eyes, that look that you see too often in the mug shots of killers.

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  40. This is another case where the FBI had already interviewed the perpetrator and let him go on to kill as they knew he would.

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  41. WSB says:

    Local reporting. Information on the 13 year old victim and his family. It was his Birthday on the day he was killed.

    Article states that Johnson and other juveniles were picked up near Military Trail on February 28th.

    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/local/breaking-juvenile-arrested-fatal-palm-beach-gardens-stabbing/OVn87UACsAaFXcBuW0IWaL/

    There is a real estate agent whose name is Corey Johnson on Military Trail. Wonder if it is the father?

    All tight lipped about this killer’s parents.

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    • Dave says:

      Good point, WSB. I live a stone’s throw from Military Trail. I will check it out and report back if I find anything. Could be possibly just a coincidence. One thing is for sure, the kid just picked out his future real estate, and it makes any complaints of “climate change” moot!

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      • Dave says:

        Okay, I’m not Lt. Columbo, but here’s what I found out. It seems that Corey Johnson is a popular name for realtors in this country. They have been in the business in their areas for enough time to be well known. Most have picture IDs listed too. By process of eliminating the obvious: Two are female (one in CA, and the other in OH who spells her name “Corrie”), two are Black (one in TX, and the other in MI), one is White in AR, who spells his name “Cory”, three are listed in AZ, SD, and UT, but no pics to view, three more are White, two of which, in OR and VA, bear no resemblance to the kid, and one in NH who does, but he appears young himself. I checked out the one on Military Trail in Jupiter, FL, the next town north of Palm Beach Gardens. He is sales manager for a mortgage corporation that is a wholly owned subsidiary of a bank. He bears no resemblance. So my research is inconclusive. I won’t be surprised if “news investigators” start bothering these folks across the country, and I only researched the CJs in real estate. There are many more CJs out there that exist, but I’m retiring from amateur detective work for now.

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      • WSB says:

        Not sure about anything in that account. But, if we can find out who the parents are, we can find out if this kid was one of those adopted kids from the agency that Kasky runs.

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  42. AngelOnejudicial says:

    Mr Paddock of the Las Vegas Route 91 infamy seems to be the only man in America the FBI wasn’t monitoring….

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  43. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Remember, Friends:

    “The radical Muslim wants to kill you.
    The moderate Muslim wants the radical Muslim to kill you.”

    Not mine, but true nonetheless!

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  44. jbrickley says:

    This child has a serious mental illness. He’s psychotic and no doubt there were plenty of signs. He could have cherry picked from most any literary source and done the same. The root cause is one of mental health care being unavailable. The FBI investigated, determined the child was mentally ill and nothing came of it. The stories about parents caring for a psychotic child are horrific, there are no options. What are you supposed to do? Buy a straight jacket, pad the room and lock the child up? In China, a poor farmer had to wall up their child in a cinderblock sealed cage with no door and they hosed it out and fed the child but they had no choice because the kid tried to kill them repeatedly.

    We need to do something, rebuild the mental hospitals but they need tight oversight because the abuse was rampant. It is very difficult to care for the mentally ill, it takes a lot of training and patience. Too many hours and you burn out and then the staff breaks and starts abusing the patients. The patients are absolutely awful to the staff with poor verbal and physical behavior. They get violent and they can be horrifically misbehaved.

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  45. beaujest says:

    Keith Ellison, powerful Democrat !

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  46. Pat Frederick says:

    Somewhere in recent history we began to believe that nothing was our own fault. If I lost a race, it was because I wasn’t provided with the best running shoes. If I lost a job it was because someone had it out for me.
    We provide our children with too many excuses for their poor behavior and attitude.
    Too often the child is the center of the family –if there’s a family at all–or the center of the universe for single parents. They think everything revolves around them and their needs and they lose the capacity for empathy.

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  47. Blacksmith8 says:

    why is a 17 year old going to a sleep over with 2 13 year old boys?
    what?

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  48. RAC says:

    Of course all the “peaceful” muslims and their apologists will now be saying that the killer was mistaken, he was led astray, he did not understand etc., etc.
    Well challenge them.
    Challenge them to deny all the verses that promote world domination via violence.
    Challenge them to reprint their holy book with those verses omitted and condemned.
    Challenge them to agree other religions are equally valid.
    Challenge them to disavow violently forced evangelism.
    When that fails as it will.
    Challenge them to prove it is not a violent medieval political movement that should be on the terrorist list.

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  49. Midwest Mom says:

    Calls for knife control soon forthcoming I’m sure

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  50. covfefe999 says:

    There’s no excuse for this incident and I’m not blaming Ms Simon, but I wonder what red flags she ignored. She allowed her son Kyle to have a sleepover with Corey on Sunday night, the night before a school day? Did she know Corey wasn’t attending school any more? Did she know they watched violent jihadist videos Sunday night, presumably in her home? Did she notice anything wrong with Corey, like he seemed crazy or violent?

    The article says Corey, Kyle, Dane (Simon’s other son), and another kid had been picked up at 3am on Feb 28, apparently running around or causing problems outdoors. They were released into the custody of their parents, so Ms Simon knew about it. Yet she allowed Corey into her home only a couple of weeks later. No punishment for Kyle and Dane for running around at 3am. What kind of parenting is this?

    We’re going to have crazy kids in this world, mentally ill kids, some of them violent. The adults need to get control and take charge. What’s really odd is that Ms Simon is a family law attorney. Surely she’s seen a lot of crazy kids during her practice.

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