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The deadly blasts at the Boston Marathon opened not-so-old wounds for the siblings of last year’s Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre victims. Their family members had VIP seats near the site where the first of the twin explosions occurred.
A statement posted on the group’s Facebook page informed that the members of the Newtown Strong team which ran in the marathon were safe, because “all runners completed the race before the explosions happened.”
The team featured the mother of a girl who survived the Sandy Hook shooting.

via Compound tragedy: Boston Marathon blasts mar memorial for Sandy Hook victims — RT USA.


Zero Dark Thirty, Violence in Entertainment

US News reported that Chris Dodd defends ‘Zero Dark Thirty’,  – Violence in Entertainment, and said that regulating content is a slippery slope.

The president of the Motion Picture Association of America, former U.S. senator Chris Dodd, praised the movie industry for its economic, cultural, and social contributions to the country on Friday, while speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. He discussed violence in the media and defended the entertainment industry against claims by the NRA (National Rifle Association), that it is to blame for the recent spate of mass shootings in America.

“I feel very strongly that this industry has been on the forefront of freedom of speech from its inception,” said Dodd, who represented Connecticut in the Senate. “Films that have challenged and provoked not always were received warmly.”

[READ: Zero Dark Thirty Review: In Search of a Hero]

He said he sees the industry’s role in the depiction of violence is providing the tools to people—particularly parents—to know what is in film, through the ratings system and other platforms of information.

“We provide choice for people, a remarkable choice for entertainment, not every movie is for everyone,” he said.



These people live in Sandy Hook Connecticut.
They are both “Inspired” by the atmosphere over Sandy Hook…
What do you think?


In an interview to promote his latest movie Djano Unchained, with the UK program Channel 4 News, director Quentin Tarantino, launched a furious rant on journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy. Guru-Murthy was asking Tarantino about links between violence in movies and violence in real life. Tarantino refused to answer his questions, becoming increasingly angered by the line of questioning.

Tarantino replied with “It’s none of your damn business what I think about that.”

“I’m saying no, and I’m shutting you down… I don’t have any responsibility to you to explain anything I don’t want to…”

“I’ve explained this many times in 20 years but I just refuse to repeat myself over and over again because you want me to – for you and your show and your ratings.”

The main part in the movie is played by Jamie Foxx, who has been criticised for taking violent roles like, Django, whilst being part of the Hollywood campaign, Demand a Plan, to end gun violence.

In the wake on massacres like Sandy Hook and the Aurora Batman shooting, there is a debate about the effect violent movies have upon vulnerable minds.

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Channel 4 News Interview


Hollywood stars, including Beyonce, Cameron Diaz, Jennifer Aniston, Jon Hamm, Julianne Moore, and Gwyneth Paltrow, have shot a movie calling for action to be taken now to end gun violence in the US. The campaign slogan is “It’s not too soon, it’s too late”.

The video begins with Jamie Foxx (the star of Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming “Django Unchained”), saying “Columbine”, then other celebrities list the other mass shootings in recent years, ending with a number of the stars saying “Newtown”.

The campaign’s proposals include requiring a background check for every potential gun buyer, banning assault weapons and guns holding more than 10 bullets, and making gun trafficking a federal crime.

In the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre President Obama has set up a multi-agency task force to look at gun laws. The NRA (National Rifle Association) have come out suggesting that armed guards be stationed in every school.

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SATAN WORSHIP MOTIVATED SANDY HOOK KILLER? It’s been a factor in numerous other mass killings « Klein Online

By Aaron Klein

Is Adam Lanza’s reported devil worship a missing link that could help explain what motivated the Sandy Hook gunman to carry out the school house massacre?

Was Lanza part of any larger Satanic or ritualistic subculture locally or online where the murderer could have revealed his plans or could have even received support in preparing for the killings?

Although largely under-reported, Satanic subculture and so-called devil worship has been a factor in numerous other mass killings, including the recent Batman shooting massacre.

Trevor L. Todd, a former classmate of Lanza’s, told the media that Lanza worshiped the devil and had an online page dedicated to Satan.

Lanza’s worshiping page had the word “Devil” written in red, Gothic-style letters against a black background, stated Todd, the UK Daily Mail reported.

Batman, Columbine shootings and the ‘devil’

While Lanza’s reported devil worship was mentioned in several news media items, it is seemingly not being considered as a possible motive in the national debate currently centered around the role of guns, drugs, violent video games or mental illness in the shooting spree.

The theme of so-called devil worship and Satanic-style “Goth” subculture has cropped up in numerous other mass shootings, although in some cases the phenomenon may have been under-reported or entirely unreported.

One such case is the July 20th mass shooting at a Batman movie in Aurora, Colorado.

While reports do not link the shooter, James Eagan Holmes, to either devil worship or the Goth community, an overlooked factor is the Satanic themes related to the “Joker” character after which Holmes modeled himself.

Holmes, a 24-year old former PhD candidate in neuroscience, had dyed his hair red like the Joker had and told police officers that he was “the Joker,” the villain in numerous Batman movies.

It was reported that Holmes was a big fan of Batman movies, and that his apartment was decorated with Batman paraphernalia.

In various Batman movies, including the recent Dark Knight series, the Joker’s calling card, handed out by the character in multiple scenes in the different movies, is a picture of a devil.

In the 1989 Batman film, the Joker character, played by Jack Nicholson, is first recognized by Batman as the perpetrator of his parents’ murder after the Joker asks Batman, “Do you ever dance with the devil in the pale moon light?” Batman has a flashback to when his mother and father were murdered by a man who asks the same question.

In the immediate aftermath of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre there were widespread reports killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were involved in Goth subculture. T

The two had initially been reported to also be members of “The Trenchcoat Mafia,” an informal club within Columbine High School, but later reports emerged that such characterizations were considered incorrect.

Manson family, ritualistic murders