Two Weeks of Bullets and Death in America: at least 40 Killed. Biden Cries on HIS Weapons Lobby
Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
Joseph R. Biden Jr. responded to the slaughter of 20 elementary school children by declaring: “The world has changed, and it’s demanding action.”
That was almost 10 years ago.
When 19 more children were killed by a gunman in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, Mr. Biden, now the president, repeated his own call for the government to do something, decrying “another massacre” and insisting that it was “time to turn this pain into action.”
It is disconcerting that these claims about the changed world come from the president who plotted the coup in Ukraine alongside President Barack Obama when he was his deputy.
This happened together with George Soros, sponsor of all the Color Revolutions of the Canvas association which falsely declares itself to be non-violent, which financed Black Luves Matter making it a worrying phenomenon of urban warfare for friendships with Antifa groups, believed by ‘FBI in liaison with ISIS cutthroats.
Biden is also the one who fomented the Arab Springs by sending deadly anti-tank missiles to 21 jihadist formations in Syria, some of them led by extremist leaders later hit by UN international search warrants for terrorism.
Biden, with Obama and then imitated by Donald Trump for a few years, financed the White Helmets trained by former British military and 007 James Le Mesurier and denounced to the UN by Russia for terrorism for their complicity with Al Nusra, Syrian rib of Al Qaeda, and on suspicion of trafficking in human organs.
All this has allowed the International Weapons Lobby to enrich itself beyond measure in international scenarios, freeing the logic of revolutions and armed guerrilla.
The western corportations of the war industry financed the CEPA plan for the militarization of Europe promoted by the NATO and EU summits which certainly contributed to adding fuel to the fire of the geopolitical tensions with Russia, prompting it to start the military operation of “de -militarization ”and“ de-Nazification ”in Ukraine.
How bravely Biden lectures on the use of weapons when to prevent attacks in Kabul he allowed the US Air Force to exterminate a family with a drone and to make another massacre of children in Syria to kill a hidden ISIS leader ?
Teach Jesu in the Gospel of Luc (6,39-45) “Remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly to remove the splinter in your brother’s eye.”
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Two weeks of bullets and death in America
by NBC News
At least 40 people across the U.S. have been shot dead since May 11, when a man walked into a Dallas hair salon and shot three women.The lethal tally, compiled by the Gun Violence Archive, has only deepened a gnawing sense that shootings are now just a deplorably consistent fact of American life in the 21st century.
In the absence of any meaningful legislative action, many see bullets and bloodshed as grim inevitabilities. In a country that prides itself on being a beacon of liberty and freedom, a growing number of Americans feel that no place — church, school, the grocery story — is safe anymore.
Seventeen people were wounded in downtown Milwaukee on May 13 as fans were leaving an NBA playoff game. The next day, 10 people were gunned down and three were wounded at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York.
Five people were hurt and one person was killed a day later during church services at a senior community in Laguna Woods, California.In the days that followed, gunshots rang out from coast to coast, across the South and the Midwest, in big cities and small towns.
The motives in each case varied — racist venom, in some — but the end result was the same: shock, heartbreak and bottomless grief, families and friends scrambling to make sense of the senseless.
The latest massacre at a grade school in Uvalde, Texas, roughly 83 miles west of San Antonio, shreds at the soul of a country that once believed kids could sit at their classroom desks without fear. The shooting Tuesday at Robb Elementary School killed two teachers and at least 19 children — innocent, bright-eyed kids just two days from summer break and looking ahead to middle school.
America has been here before far too many times. Columbine. Sandy Hook. Parkland. We refer to these massacres in shorthand, like signposts on a road to oblivion. The collective trauma of those tragedies lives in all of us.
The political reaction to mass shootings in America has also followed a dismaying formula.
Politicians tweet “thoughts and prayers.” Democratic lawmakers demand gun control measures. Republicans dig in their heels. Congress flails and momentum stalls, leaving the country to move on to the next political crisis or self-inflicted wound.
Young people who bear the scars of mass shootings push for a better future. The survivors of the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, for example, want us to imagine a brighter, safer world.
But in the meantime, America waits. We wait for the next burst of bullets, because we sense with dreadful resignation that this cycle of monstrous violence may never end.