How to stop a massacre

Surveillance video reveals simple, low-cost solution that works everywhere

Mike Adams
Natural News
7/22/2012

(NaturalNews) In the aftermath of the Aurora, Colorado Batman movie theater shooting, a surveillance video has surfaced that shows the simple, obvious answer to the question on everybody’s mind: How do we stop a massacre?

The answer is revealed in the stunning short video shown below. This remarkable solution:

• Requires no police.
• Costs the taxpayers no money.
• Requires no up-front paperwork.
• Protects innocent lives.
• Is deployed in as little as FIVE seconds.
• Works everywhere.
• Deters violent crime.
• Makes bad guys flee immediately.
• Is easy to learn.
• Functions at the local level.
• Does not require control or intervention by the United Nations or any government entity.

This video is on YouTube.

Update: Earth to Bloomberg: You first…

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Update 2Oh-oh! Obama Promises to ‘Do Something’

…I hope that over the next several days, next several weeks, and next several months, we all reflect on how we can do something about some of the senseless violence that ends up marring this country, but also reflect on all the wonderful people who make this the greatest country on earth.

Couched between the “hope” and the “but,” these chilling words spoke volumes: “over the next several days, next several weeks, and next several months, we all reflect on how we can do something about some of the senseless violence that ends up marring this country.”

Why?  Because as America has already witnessed, when Barack Obama proposes “doing something” about something it could mean circumventing Congress with an executive order, or worse yet, addressing “senseless violence” by signing onto a gun control treaty that could chip away at even more of our constitutional rights…

…If a violent event, such as a shooting, were to occur, Webb then explains the difference between taking cover and concealment. He says that “concealment” merely hides oneself, while “cover” would hide and protect.

“It’s the difference between hiding behind a movie seat or a concrete wall,” he writes. “Think and move. A good decision executed quickly is better than a great one never executed. Violence of action, as we call it in the Spec Ops community, will often change the odds in your favor.”…

We learned a few new things from this article. Read it and stay safe.

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