Today’s College Shooting: Guns and Death Top Story so that Russia and Syria Aren’t

by Melissa Dykes




There was another school shooting today and it’s taking top billing as the top news story of the day on all major networks. All press resources are apparently being directed to North Arizona University where one student is dead and three others are injured after a freshman opened fire on a group of students.

While this is being reported on with all the drama and caliber of a mass shooting like, say, the Oregon shooting, if you actually read the story, you’ll find out it isn’t the same at all.

Two groups of students got into a fight that escalated to this shooting. One of the groups involved Delta Chi Fraternity members. One guy had a gun. The suspect did not leave the scene and was promptly arrested without further incident according to USA Today. This is nothing like the traditional mass shooting that the media usually pounces on.

In fact, worse shooting altercation stories come out of Chicago on any given weekend.

So why is the media pushing this one as top story in America as if it’s another Columbine, Aurora, or Sandy Hook?

Probably to keep what’s going on with Russia and Syria out of the headlines.

Right now, Russia has reportedly disabled ISIS more in a week than the Pentagon has in over a year after spending billions. In fact, before Putin stepped in and called Obama’s bluff, projections were that we were about to spend $40 billion a year (cha-ching) “fighting” ISIS (read: payday for our defense contractors, more permanent war economy). The White House is quietly stepping away from “training” the “moderate rebels” we’ve been told is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The White House has changed its story four times in four days on why the U.S. bombed Doctors Without Borders in Afghanistan, and now news outlets are sadly touting “unconfirmed reports” that Russian missiles missed Syria and hit Iran (something that has not been backed up by our State Department and which Moscow patently denies).


It all looks very pathetic for Obama and his disastrous “foreign policy”.

So back to Arizona. Never let a good crisis go to waste, huh? Already the media is trying desperately to draw parallels with Oregon, but it’s an entirely different situation.

And it’s tragic someone died, but the truth is more people will die and get injured driving on the highway today than died in shootings at NAU. So why politicize this?

Guess this latest incident will help further Obama’s plans for new gun control executive orders. If he gives a statement on this shooting at North Arizona University — when he barely bats at eye at personal altercation violence happening anywhere else in the country at any other time — you’ll know for sure.

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Contributed by Melissa Dykes of The Daily Sheeple.

Melissa Dykes is a writer, researcher, and analyst for The Daily Sheeple and a co-creator of Truthstream Media with Aaron Dykes, a site that offers teleprompter-free, unscripted analysis of The Matrix we find ourselves living in. Melissa also co-founded Nutritional Anarchy with Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper, a site focused on resistance through food self-sufficiency. Wake the flock up!


5 Responses to “Today’s College Shooting: Guns and Death Top Story so that Russia and Syria Aren’t”

  1. beLIEve says:


    The psychology of the.. ill-LUNATI… is PUERILE !

    They seem unable to tolerate an existence, in which…anyone other than them, commands the attention of the world.

    Mr Putin and, his cleansing of the …..”Israeli Secret Intelligence Service”…….in Syria is, attracting world attention.

    So, “THEY” …..STAGE AN EVENT……like a toddler throws an attention seeking TANTRUM !

    Caveat, I am assuming this is …the USUAL…..

    (1) A false flag……or………..
    (2) An MK Ultra…..planned event ?

  2. Aldous says:

    “…unconfirmed reports” that Russian [cruise] missiles missed Syria and hit Iran…”

    Anyone who knows anything about cruise missile technology and capability should know that such reports are utter garbage. Even the most basic guided missile will usually have a self destruct feature built in to ‘kill it’ should it malfunction in any way.
    I doubt the cruise missiles would have armed themselves until target acquisition and confirmation had occurred – they would have been inert until safely away from the launch vehicle for one thing – and the tracking satellite/observation platform/launch vehicle would have initiated self destruct if it had veered off its pre-programmed route.

    Even if all these safeguards had failed, I’m not convinced the cruise missile would have exploded if it just fell out of the sky and hit the ground. It doesn’t work like that. Agreed, it would have given someone a very bad headache if it landed on them but it wouldn’t have blown them to smithereens. These are ultra smart weapons and don’t go bang unless it’s the right target. It’s virtually impossible – apart from Murphy’s Law.

    My best guess is that a fail-safe system is in place to ensure that cruise missiles ALWAYS destruct in the air if they fail to acquire their designated target, go past it, or go off course in any way prior to target acquisition. The Russians don’t want this technology falling into enemy hands (that’s us/US/UK/NATO apparently) because it went rogue, ran out of fuel (solid rocket motors originally I think but now turbofan jet engines) and fell in the desert somewhere.

    3M-54 Klub Cruise Missile
    The 3M-54 and 3M-54E, in their final stage, make a supersonic “sprint” to the target, reducing the time that target’s defense systems have to react. The 3M-54E1 has the capability of subsonic speed in its whole flight.

    On 7 October 2015, the Gepard-class frigate Dagestan and three other Russian Navy destroyers part of the Caspian Flotilla launched 26 Kalibr-class cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea at 11 targets in Syria as part of the Russian intervention in Syria during the Syrian Civil War. The missiles traveled 1,500 km (932 mi) through Iranian and Iraqi airspace and struck targets in Raqqa and Aleppo provinces (controlled by the Islamic State) as well as Idlib province (controlled by the al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front), with all reportly being destroyed. Shortly after, American defense officials claimed at least four of the 3M-14T missiles actually fell short and crashed in Iran. The Russian Ministry of Defense denied the allegations, and the Iranian Fars news agency said the claims were merely U.S. “psychological warfare” in response to Russian action.

  3. Lynn says:

    Putin is kicking ass. Is the kosher state going to survive now. The blood moons all spell disaster for them. Looks like this time it could be shalom with a bomb.

  4. Dublinmick says:

    Oh there was another one on the same day at Texas Southern University, an all black college also.

    The hero of the French train attack, Spencer Stone, who just happened to have gone to Umpqua College where the Oregon false flag occurred, was stabbed in a bar fight in Sacramento, California.

    They need to take a DNA sample from him and clone the universal soldier.

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