Make yourself comfortable; this one is going to be long.
Jesus told his disciples “You will know the truth and the truth will make you free.” John 8:32
When it comes to the Boston Marathon bombing, the truth may also make you laugh.
In this case it’s us versus them: the seekers of truth versus those dedicated to ensuring we never find it. In pursuit of the truth in this case, we have made time in our already-full lives for reading, blogging, tweeting and analyzing an endless amount of videos and pictures. Oh, and praying.
Sometimes it may not feel like it, but we are making progress.
There are people I have come to respect and trust in this endeavor. They know who they are; I tell them. I have always believed in giving credit where credit is due.
Some of them are in the United States and some are in other countries. My newest hero of the faith, so-to-speak, is from Australia. I don’t know his name but what I do know about him is he is blessed with well-developed and razor-sharp powers of observation. He notices the smallest details and draws accurate conclusions that one can easily follow and then see as well. He has a warped sense of humor, which I appreciate. And he is fond of profanity.
If he had been in the courtroom, working for Dzhokhar (notice I did not say working for the defense) the results would have been disastrous for the prosecution and their end game.
This man sees what is hiding in plain sight. We all need to cultivate that ability; hiding things in plain sight is a tactic often employed by our government. And this strategy was never more heavily relied upon than in the Boston Marathon bombing.
We will now pause for a moment of silence in honor of what I used to believe about this case…
How do people get away with outrageously bad behavior that is done in plain view of others? What assures the badly-behaved, what do they count on that makes them confident their deeds will not result in unwanted consequences?
I believe the answer lies with us, people who wouldn’t dream of committing such behavior, more specifically with what we tell ourselves when we see or fall victim to the outrageously bad behavior of others.
It is a frightening thing to think about the fact that there are some very evil people in this world. It is even more frightening to consider that they live and work and in some cases worship right alongside us. Not only that, these people do not carry signs, they wear no scarlet letter. They look like us. They can be very, very nice – familiar family members, good neighbors, pillars of the community.
We know what we as individuals are capable of and we know what we would not do to another human being (or animal for that matter) if our life depended on it – that is, if we are people of strong character, integrity, possessed of a working conscience. Our flaw, our sometimes fatal mistake, is that we tell ourselves others are just like us when in fact, many are not.
This makes us vulnerable and it is time to remove the blinders.
Many in this crazy and increasingly violent world are responding by arming themselves – literally. The number of people with concealed weapons permits has soared in recent years, with no indication of slowing down any time soon.
Some are storing up food and medicine, even going so far as to build bunkers in their backyards…
I say the key to protecting oneself starts with education. Knowledge is power as is understanding. One book I highly recommend owning and reading is “The Sociopath Next Door” by Martha Stout Ph.D. The front cover says this “1 in 25 ordinary Americans secretly has no conscience and can do anything at all without feeling guilty. Who is the devil you know?”
I also recommend dusting off the Bible, or in some cases, purchasing one. A good place to begin reading it is the book of Proverbs. This passage will illustrate why:
Proverbs 1:20 – 33
Wisdom calls aloud in the street, she raises her voice in the public squares; at the head of the noisy streets she cries out, in the gateways of the city she makes her speech:
“How long will you simple ones love your simple ways? How long will mockers delight in mockery and fools hate knowledge? If you had responded to my rebuke, I would have poured out my heart to you and made my thoughts known to you. But since you rejected me when I called and no one gave heed when I stretched out my hand, since you ignored all my advice and would not accept my rebuke, I in turn will laugh at your disaster; I will mock when calamity overtakes you – when calamity overtakes you like a storm, when disaster sweeps over you like a whirlwind, when distress and trouble overwhelm you. Then they will call to me but I will not answer; they will look for me but will not find me. Since they hated knowledge and did not choose to fear the Lord, since they would not accept my advice and spurned my rebuke, they will eat the fruit of their ways and be filled with the fruit of their schemes. For the waywardness of the simple will kill them, and the complacency of fools will destroy them; but whoever listens to me will live in safety and be at ease, without fear of harm.”
I don’t know about you, but that sounds like a good deal to me. I, for one, would like to live in safety and be at ease, without fear of harm.
And there’s more:
Proverbs 2:6 – 15
For the Lord gives wisdom, and from his mouth come knowledge and understanding. He holds victory in store for the upright, he is a shield to those whose walk is blameless, for he guards the course of the just and protects the way of his faithful ones. Then you will understand what is right and just and fair – every good path. For wisdom will enter your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul. Discretion will protect you, and understanding will guard you. Wisdom will save you from the ways of wicked men, from men whose words are perverse, who leave the straight paths to walk in dark ways, who delight in doing wrong and rejoice in the perverseness of evil, whose paths are crooked and who are devious in their ways.
Here is what we are up against; here is what we unknowingly rub shoulders with on a daily basis: (excerpted from “The Sociopath Next Door”):
About one in twenty-five individuals are sociopathic, meaning, essentially, that they do not have a conscience. It is not that this group fails to grasp the difference between good and bad; it is that the distinction fails to limit their behavior. The intellectual difference between right and wrong does not bring on the emotional sirens and flashing blue lights, or the fear of God, that it does for the rest of us. Without the slightest blip of guilt or remorse, one in twenty-five people can do anything at all.
Most of us would not imagine any correspondence between conceiving an ethnic genocide and, say, guiltlessly lying to one’s boss about a coworker. But the psychological correspondence is not only there; it is chilling. Simple and profound, the link is the absence of the inner mechanism that beats up on us, emotionally speaking, when we make a choice we view as immoral, unethical, neglectful, or selfish. Most of us feel mildly guilty if we eat the last piece of cake in the kitchen, let alone what we would feel if we intentionally and methodically set about to hurt another person. Those who have no conscience at all are a group unto themselves, whether they be homicidal tyrants or merely ruthless social snipers.
For something like 96 percent of us, conscience is so fundamental that we seldom even think about it. For the most part, it acts like a reflex. Unless temptation is extremely great (which, thankfully, on a day-to-day basis it usually is not), we by no means reflect on each and every moral question that comes our way. We do not seriously ask ourselves, Shall I give my child lunch money today, or not? Shall I steal my coworker’s briefcase today, or not? Shall I walk out on my spouse today, or not? Conscience makes all of these decisions for us, so quietly, automatically, and continually that, in our most creative flights of imagination, we would not be able to conjure the image of an existence without conscience. And so, naturally, when someone makes a truly conscienceless choice, all we can produce are explanations that come nowhere near the truth: She forgot to give lunch money to her child. That person’s coworker must have misplaced her briefcase. That person’s spouse must have been impossible to live with.
Do sociopaths understand what they are? Do they have some insight into their nature, or instead, could they read this book from cover to cover and fail to see themselves reflected? In my work, I am often asked these kinds of questions, especially by people whose lives have been derailed by collisions with sociopaths whom they did not recognize as such until it was too late. I do not know exactly why the issue of insight assumes so much importance, except perhaps for our feeling that if a person gets through life totally without conscience, he or she should at least acknowledge that very fact. We feel that if someone is bad, he should be burdened with the knowledge that he is bad. It seems to us the ultimate in injustice that a person could be evil, by our assessment, and still feel fine about himself.
However, this is exactly what seems to happen. For the most part, people whom we assess as evil tend to see nothing at all wrong with their way of being in the world. Sociopaths are infamous for their refusal to acknowledge responsibility for the decisions they make, or for the outcomes of their decisions. In fact, a refusal to see the results of one’s bad behavior as having anything to do with oneself – “consistent irresponsibility” in the language of the American Psychiatric Association – is a cornerstone of the antisocial personality diagnosis.
When confronted with a destructive outcome that is clearly their doing, they will say, plain and simple, “I never did that,” and will to all appearances believe their own direct lie. This feature of sociopathy makes self-awareness impossible, and in the end, just as the sociopath has no genuine relationships with other people, he has only a very tenuous one with himself.
If anything, people without conscience tend to believe their way of being in the world is superior to ours. They often speak of the naiveté of other people and their ridiculous scruples, or of their curiosity about why so many people are unwilling to manipulate others, even in the service of their most important ambitions. Or they theorize that all people are the same – unscrupulous, like them – but are dishonestly playacting something mythical called “conscience.” By this latter proposition, the only straightforward and honest people in the world are they themselves. They are being “real” in a society of phonies.
Still, I believe that somewhere buried safely away from consciousness, there may be a faint internal murmuring that something is missing, something that other people have. I say this because I have heard sociopaths speak of feeling “empty” or even “hollow.” And I say this because what sociopaths envy, and may seek to destroy as part of the game, is usually something in the character structure of a person with conscience, and strong characters are often specially targeted by sociopaths. And most of all, I say this because it is human beings who are targeted, rather than the earth itself, or some aspect of the material world. Sociopaths want to play their games with other people. They are not so much interested in challenges from the inanimate. Even the destruction of the World Trade towers was mainly about the people who were in them, and the people who would see and hear about the catastrophe.
Except for the psychopathic monsters we sometimes see on television, whose actions are too horrific to explain away, conscienceless people are nearly always invisible to us. We are keenly interested in how smart we are, and in the intelligence level of other people. The smallest child can tell the difference between a girl and a boy. We fight wars over race. But as to what is possibly the single most meaningful characteristic that divides the human species – the presence or absence of conscience – we remain effectively oblivious.
Very few people, no matter how educated they are in other ways, know the meaning of the word sociopathic. Far less do they understand that, in all probability, the word could be properly applied to a handful of people they actually know.
I could use this post to quote endlessly from “The Sociopath Next Door” as it is so relevant. Why did I include this lengthy portion in today’s post? I did so because what I am about to introduce and suggest as the truth of the Boston Marathon bombing is going to be challenging to consider for anyone who wishes to cling to a comforting world view that says “I am safe, and smart enough to remain that way.”
I created this blog as a way to make public a letter I had written to Dzhokhar. In that letter, I talked about one of my first known and ultimately highly destructive encounters with a sociopath – my former boss. I experienced firsthand the pain of being targeted by such a person. To this day, I am still repairing the damage done to my life by this sociopath’s deliberate attempts to discredit and destroy me.
The experience of being targeted by a sociopath was isolating. A handful of close associates fearfully witnessed what I suffered on a daily basis and understood my manager’s behavior was deliberate and intentional, that her desire was to destroy me mentally, emotionally, spiritually and professionally. No one else believed my stories. It was simply too hard for people, such as family members, to accept that a grown woman, a professional, would behave that way toward another human being for no apparent reason. They did not understand that sociopathy was the reason. They were not interested in my attempts to educate them. So sadly, they remain at risk. Ignorance is not bliss, it is foolishness.
I know what people say about those who believe in crisis actor/false flag conspiracies, I’ve said it too. Many times I’ve listened politely to people espouse these type beliefs while privately thinking they were well – nuts. Only once did I consider their ideas seriously. Only one picture from all the pictures about the Boston Marathon bombing was so disturbing that I too had to question whether what I was seeing was real. Then, I quickly dismissed it, telling myself there was simply no way my government would do something like this. I told myself there was no way to carry out something like this. I told myself people aren’t that stupid.
Any time I saw that one picture again, I had the same disquieting feeling. Each and every time I pushed that feeling aside.
When wrong acts are not discovered, challenged and appropriately punished, the perpetrators are emboldened to repeat them. Criminals continue to commit crimes until they are caught. They are usually caught because they get sloppy and careless.
The first time I saw news footage of the bombing in Brussels, I experienced an inescapable feeling of incredulity. I found myself asking again and again “where are the bodies, where are the injured, why is it that only the ceiling looks damaged, like it fell to the floor when nothing else seems disturbed… then I forgot about it and focused again on the Boston Marathon bombing and Dzhokhar.
A couple days ago I literally stumbled on some You Tube videos about the Brussels bombings. The narrator is so funny in his profanity-laced observations that I watched them over and over, laughing out loud every time. What really makes it funny is that his observations are easily observable as correct. His narrative stands in stark contrast to the narrative the prosecution presented when they rolled the videos in court about the Boston Marathon bombing…
As I listened, this Aussie compared the obvious Belgium hoax and its bumbling crisis actors to the Boston Marathon bombing. And one name was mentioned over and over – Jeff Bauman.
Jeff Bauman – the one picture from the Boston Marathon bombing that never sat right with me. There it was again – that image of Jeff being transported down the street in a wheelchair. I felt that deep sense of discomfort, like I was avoiding something, all over again.
Finally, after being convinced this man was decidedly not off his rocker, I watched the videos he narrated from the Boston Marathon bombing…
Now I understand why that one picture of Jeff Bauman and his cowboy-hat-wearing hero was so unsettling. My common sense was trying to speak to me all along. For some reason, it has taken me all this time to listen.
I have listed below the videos I viewed on You Tube in the order I viewed them. I believe this to be the best way to build credibility regarding this difficult subject. I pray you will study them with an open mind.
A word of warning: the only bombs you will hear are the F-bombs he drops so liberally as he narrates.
Peekay Truth videos:
1. Brussels Bombing Bullshit…Cr-ISIS Actors, It Can’t Get Anymore Obvious
2. Brussels Bombing Bullshit…Crisis Actors Doing Their FAKE Show
3. Brussels Joins the Terrible Crisis Actor’s Guild
4. Something Stinks in Belgium…Must Be Rotten “Brussels Sprouts”
5. Brussels Bombing Bullshit… I’ve Been Everywhere Man
6. Brussels Bombing Bullshit… A Hero Has Arisen…What a Relief
7. Brussels Bullshit Bombing Images…Amazing Coincidence (If you aren’t familiar with what he means by the reference to the Illuminati one eye pose you can easily learn about this on line)…
8. More Proof Brussels Metro Bombing Was a Drill…This Should Shut the Trolls Up
After watching these videos multiple times, nearly laughing myself to exhaustion with each subsequent viewing, I decided this man is credible. I could easily see the discrepancies he points out, the glaringly fake behavior he ridicules.
Peekay Boston videos:
1. Trials and Tribulations of a Boston Hoaxathon “Brown Cow” (It is compelling to see how this man has noticed the pointless behavior of specific individuals who “hung around” the scene after the explosions, doing nothing more than exhibiting the fact that they themselves were not injured. After telling that part of the individual’s story, he continues by running footage of them showing up at Dzhokhar’s arraignment but this time, wearing braces and using crutches to prove they are now injured. I was not aware of this…
2. Boston Hoaxathon’s Miss “Drama Queen” Award Goes To… (As you watch this one, notice toward the end how the “victim” says she struggles with crushing guilt. As she says this, she is obviously thinking we will believe she means survivor’s guilt. However, knowing now that there were no injuries from closely examining these videos… I am sure she is actually suffering from intense guilt over what has been done to the Tsarnaev family and her part in it.
3. Boston Hoaxathon – All’s Well Doesn’t Always End Well
4. And the Most Nauseating Boston Hoaxathon Crisis Actor Award Goes To… (Watch in particular the part where Rebekah Gregory makes a video in which she answers critics who have accused her of being a fake victim/crisis actor. She calls her critics conspiracy theorists (what else). I can’t help thinking how I would feel and act if I had really been the victim of a bombing and lost a leg and people were accusing me of faking. If that happened to me and I made a video for my critics, you would be able to feel my anger through the video… I would be so angry, so outraged; I would be in tears while I told my critics what I thought of them. Rebekah Gregory seems to be working hard to try to appear offended but never actually gets there.)
5. The Image That Dumbed a Nation (This is the Jeff Bauman story)
6. Carlos Arredondo – Boston Hero or NOW Fraud? by Conspiracy Theorista (Although this is not a Peekay Truth video, it is excellent nonetheless, exposing the shocking truth about Carlos)
7. Baby Giraffe Seen at the Boston Hoaxathon Firecracker
8. The 2nd Boston Firecracker Trigger Puller
9. Boston Firecracker Suspect – The Unseen Joker at The Comedy Trial
10. Boston’s Biggest Bombshell… 2nd Firecracker Triggerman Exposed
When you watch the last three videos on this list you will see something shocking.
I have always wondered why the prosecution chose to use a video that basically showed nothing more than Dzhokhar surrounded by the crowd and talking on his cell phone and tried to say it showed him setting down his backpack near children shortly before it explodes. No matter how many times I watched that video, I could not match up what I clearly did and did not see with what the prosecution told me I was supposed to be seeing. When I watched Peekay’s videos and this one came up, I immediately recognized why the government chose to say it was the slam dunk video proving Dzhokhar’s guilt beyond a shadow of a doubt: They had to get us focused on what they wanted us to believe we saw in order to get us to miss what the video really shows: Bill Richard grabs his two children and ducks down, shielding them right before the second blast goes off. He clearly has prior knowledge of what is going to happen. It is too long after the first blast for his actions to be reaction to that one. And miraculously Bill is not injured, though his children, we were told, were grievously injured. This is not physically possible, one realizes, when you stop watching Dzhokhar walk away like the prosecution wants you to do and focus instead on Bill Richard and the trigger man who the narrator will also get your attention on in a big way…
Talk about hiding the truth in plain sight! The prosecution played this video in court in order to keep people from watching it objectively because they know too well what it really shows.
Dzhokhar walking away is just a distraction.
Continued belief that the guilt of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is supported by the existence of real and tangible evidence is held and exercised by only those disingenuous individuals whose lives are riddled with an obnoxious blend of hidden agenda and blissful ignorance and by the FBI, whose job it is to continue spreading disinformation in the case.
After viewing these videos with fresh eyes, I hope you too will now realize acquitting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is as simple and as necessary as proving that the Boston Marathon bombing was no bombing at all.