Sep 21, 2013

USIS-Navy-yard-shooting-shooter-aaron-alexis-edward-snowden-vetted-background-check-mental-illness-conspiracy-theorists-james-tracy-witch-hunt-truth-frequency-radio-chris-geo-sheree-geo-alternative-media-news-informationOn top of a BBC report showing that no one high up in Washington seems to care about what key witnesses saw during the Navy Yard shooting, and local outlet WTOP reporting that the psych meds Alexis was taking were given to him by the Veteran’s Administration and not a private doctor, The Washington Post yesterday revealed the fact that both Edward Snowden (the now-legendary NSA whistleblower that we’ve always been a little “iffy” about) and the alleged Navy Yard shooter, Aaron Alexis, had been vetted and background checked by the same firm:

USIS, the Falls Church government contractor that handled the background check for National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, said Thursday that it also vetted Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis for his ­secret-level clearance in 2007.

Now, this wouldn’t be nearly as suspicious if USIS hadn’t flat-out lied about vetting Alexis:

The company, which is under criminal investigation over whether it misled the government about the thoroughness of its background checks, said earlier this week that it had not handled Alexis’s case.

Apparently, USIS doesn’t fill their employees in on anything that goes on in the company, even if they’re the spokesman. Ray Howell “explains”:

“Today we were informed that in 2007, USIS conducted a background check of Aaron Alexis” for the Office of Personnel Management, Howell said in a statement. “We are contractually prohibited from retaining case information gathered as part of the background checks we conduct for OPM and therefore are unable to comment further on the nature or scope of this or any other background check.”

Maybe the whole “See Something, Say Something” campaign has gotten out of hand for the ruling elite, and their own mainstream media folks are not only catching on to the real game being played, but are actually calling it out for what it is at a rapid pace ; On the other hand, maybe USIS is allowing itself to be exposed and partially-discredited for a more sinister purpose:

The government’s security clearance process is not designed to flag people struggling with mental illness, experts said.

Federal officials are trying to implement a system that would continuously evaluate personnel with classified security clearance. But with nearly 5 million federal workers holding secret or top-secret security clearance, government officials say they are struggling to keep track of all their cases.

With about 70% of Americans believing that mental illness – and the health care system that feeds it while saying they’re “treating” it – is the root cause of mass shootings and not guns themselves, this sounds like a great way to “weed out the mentally ill” in the U.S. Government workplace. Witch hunt, anyone?

Sounds like a great idea, until you realize that the mental health care system itself is designed to breed psychopaths, and that millions around the world since the 20th century began have been forcefully hospitalized and medicated for reasons having nothing to do with being insane. In fact, Soviet Russia used this tactic often during the 1970’s and 1980’s to “treat” political dissidents, especially those who had managed to embed themselves in the government’s employ as a way to promote ideological evolution of the current system to something more humane and just.

Academic professors are already being persecuted simply for engaging in lively debate about false flag terror and for being skeptical of the government’s propaganda concerning it: James Tracy, for instance, was widely hated and scorned by the government, the mainstream media, and his own employer just because he questioned the official story of the Sandy Hook shooting ; Now, he’s back in the spotlight, this time about the Navy Yard shooting:

It’s just a matter of time before just having so-called “funny ideas” about terrorism and guns will get you unemployed, or worse. To sum it all up: If USIS has nothing to hide concerning the role their company played in getting security clearance for Alexis, why were the records destroyed? This investigation needs to end with USIS being fired and fully investigated itself, not a large net being cast for the “potentially mentally ill” in the U.S. government.