“Be without fear in the face of your enemies. Be brave and upright that God may love thee. Speak the truth always, even if it leads to your death. Safeguard the helpless and do no wrong. That is your oath.”
The following article is about a real event in which a real terrorist took control of a small town school and after starving everyone in it for several days, blew the whole thing up. This is the story of a man who lives near a school and has taken upon himself the personal responsibility of keeping his eye on that school. He’s made a complete plan in which one armed man could possibly take down a group of terrorists holding hostages. It makes for an interesting read.
Why confuse ourselves with hoax school and theater shootings? Why tolerate the traitorous people who take part in them such as Police Chiefs and Governors and crisis actors playing the part of white male Christian terrorists who don’t exist in real life? We have no choice in these matters do we? But there are still many ways that we do still have a choice, and a close study of the Beslan School #1 massacre is a good start.
This is what hoax shooting events are distracting us from, this is why Obama wants to leave us defenseless:
“Today is the 11th anniversary of the massacre at Beslan School # 1;
Beslan, North Ossetia, Russian Federation. On day three of that attack by Muslim savages, those Muslim savages decided things were spinning out of their control, and so began events that brought to pass the famous 10+ hour gunfight. There’s been speculation – more wishful thinking than anything – that the terrorists accidentally detonated the IEDs but a new book; The Beslan Massacre: Myths and Facts, by Alexander Burakov, corrects our thinking on that issue and many other misapprehensions regarding the slaughter of those innocents. Bukarov writes: “… Polkovnik’s [Ruslan Khuchbarov] decision to deny the hostages food and water forced him into a corner. On September 3rd, the possibility of losing control over the hostages who were close to starvation became a tangible threat to the terrorist’s mission. […] On September 3rd, realizing that in several hours, the hostages would simply get up and walk away, Polkovnik apparently came to the only decision that made his personal escape with members of the “core” group possible – blow up the school and attempt to disappear in the chaos. That is why the terrorist ordered the Emercom rescuer to search for car keys.” So, Khuchbarov evidently ordered the IEDs to be detonated. There were several IEDs set in the gym, all intended to be detonated at one time if the situation permitted. When the IEDs started going off, the Russian Special Forces and MVD knew they had to strike the terrorists quickly.
So they did.”
The author goes on to write:
“And it’s my belief that, as they have promised, Muslims of some stripe will attack a school in the US and by their calculus, the sooner the better.
So, what’s the level of our preparedness? NG. Not Good. In fact, if it ever got better after 9-11-01, our situation – defined as mental and tactical readiness and willingness to find, fix and destroy the enemy – has gone from bad to… badder. I am aware that some law enforcement agencies train for real-world scenarios and will do a much better job than others in responding properly to, um; let’s just call them “active shooters”. In fact, I’m told that when training for the worst case scenario, the police department in my town rehearses how to respond to a Beslan-style attack and hostage-taking the same way Vympel and Alpha did: maximum force of violence quickly and resolutely brought to bear on the terrorists with the intent of saving as many innocents as they can by killing as many terrorists as possible in the shortest period of time, with the realization that some innocents will indeed and in fact die in the process. Is that how your cops will handle it? Pray God they do. And pray God that it’s true about the cops in my not-so-little town.”
A link to the rest of the article is below.