There are undeniable links between domestic violence, mass shooters, active shooters, school shooters, and the Rotary Club international.
Here is one where we see this organization implicated in crisis PR that is part of a globalist push to eradicate the second amendment.
And here is a link between how the MSM works with crisis PR to run a narrative that links mass shooters and domestic violence.
And here is a link between domestic violence, and a high ranking former Scotland Yard officer who lectures the FBI and others in American law enforcement about how to “stalk the stalkers.”
And the links between mass shooters, active shooters, school shooters and other “deviants” are more clear by the day. But why hasn’t the MSM picked up on these links? Let’s analyze this from the “ROGS perspective” of what we have learned so far about how the DVIC, working in “darkness” and working with LEO’s online and offline to target, bully, harass, and ritually murder men in the “gray area policing scheme’s” that OGS are.
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And let’s start with a few articles from MSM that document this linkage between OGS and mass shooters and Rotary Club and crisis PR factories using their own language (and see if you can spot patterns between who the authors are by race, class, gender-and how “on message” they are about this linkage). Then, note how “NOT feminist these authors- nearly all white females from the progressive/Jewish/fallen Catholic fold are as they pander for federal DVIC dollars and police state controls:
As Rebecca Traister has written, for New York magazine, “what perpetrators of terrorist attacks turn out to often have in common more than any particular religion or ideology, are histories of domestic violence.” Traister cites Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, who drove a truck through a Bastille Day crowd in Nice, last summer, and Omar Mateen, the Pulse night-club shooter. She also cites Robert Lewis Dear, who killed three people at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, in 2015. According to Traister, “two of his three ex-wives reportedly accused him of domestic abuse, and he had been arrested in 1992 for rape and sexual violence.”
Last year, Amanda Taub also wrote powerfully on this issue in the Times. “Cedric Ford shot 17 people at his Kansas workplace, killing three, only 90 minutes after being served with a restraining order sought by his ex-girlfriend, who said he had abused her,” Taub wrote. “And Man Haron Monis, who holed up with hostages for 17 hours in a cafe in Sydney, Australia, in 2014, an episode that left two people dead and four wounded, had terrorized his ex-wife. He had threatened to harm her if she left him, and was eventually charged with organizing her murder.”
Obviously, not everyone accused of domestic violence becomes a mass shooter. But it’s clear that an alarming number of those who have been accused of domestic abuse pose serious and often a lethal threats, not just to their intimate partners but to society at large.
The statistical correlation between domestic violence and mass shootings has also been documented. As the Times reported:
When Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun control group, analyzed F.B.I. data on mass shootings from 2009 to 2015, it found that 57 percent of the cases included a spouse, former spouse or other family member among the victims — and that 16 percent of the attackers had previously been charged with domestic violence.
In the meantime, many domestic-violence suspects, like Hodgkinson, are arrested only to have the charges dropped later, which leaves them armed and dangerous.
On analyses of this linkage one notes almost immediately that the Rotary Club isn’t mentioned at al- but those who are “spokesersons” for the DVIC all have ties to these clubs, as many retired LEO’s are also Rotarians.