Tuesday, April 17, 2007

The Virginia Tech Massacre & Society's Hypocrisy

In reading about the characterization of Cho Seung-Hui, the 23-year-old senior who went on yesterday's shooting rampage at Virginia Tech, murdering 32 students and wounding at least 26 others, I cannot help but think about how this situation applies to the organized stalking networks which now exist throughout the United States and myriad other countries.

Given that I live in the United States, a country where situations like these are simply not supposed to be taking place, I kept thinking how society would villify any person targeted for these inhumane and criminal types of psychological harassment, if they decided to take the law into their own hands and attacked some of the members of the groups who were perpetrating stalking crimes against them.

Here we have a situation in which a large number of US citizens being targeted for these crimes have reported them to the police, the FBI, and even Congress, only to be ridiculed or completely ignored. Many have been told that they were paranoid, or even worse, in need of psychiatric help.

Quite a few of these people were also given the strong impression that these state and government officials are not only aware that these hate crimes are taking place, but also in some way sanctioning them. Yet they've implemented an absolute wall of silence in regard to them -- complete denial.

However, there's little doubt that if a person targeted for these crimes attempts to seek their own vigilante style of justice, the US media will quickly villify them, even though this same media has long ignored reports of organized stalking crimes throughout the United States, as well as the long-term ramifications of such widespread criminal acts.

Today the US media has been focused on the tragedy that took place at Virgina Tech, while those subjected to the hate crime of organized stalking continue to be ignored by them.

All of the people who could put an end to these stalking crimes ranging from Congress on down to the US media are outright hypocrits.

And one of these days there will come a time where TI's who are subjugated to this inhumane harassment are going to crack under the brutal stress that they are being subjected to, and respond to the miscreants who have enslaved them to it, violently. And when this occurs the burden of responsiblity for this violence is going to fall squarely on the shoulders of the US media, Congress, US Intelligence, and the state and local police, all of whom could have prevented these hate crimes and any subsequent retaliatory acts that will take place as a result of them.

Shame on them!

These types of crimes are supposed to be reported by the media and prevented by law enforcement agencies; not sanctioned or perpetrated by them. Yet that is exactly what is happening in the United States of America in the present day.

And that can only mean that the chain of command from Congress on down has subverted the law in this situation, while trampling all over the Bill Of Rights and American civil liberties.

And if this does not concern the American people, then perhaps it's time that they accepted equal responsibility for the emergence of such a deplorable situation, one which has been allowed to proliferate as a result of their own apathy.


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