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In the recent wave of demonstrations to sweep Hong Kong, tensions between protesters and police have continued to escalate.
The protests began with a simple demand for the government of mainland China to cancel a controversial extradition treaty, which would allow the government to arrest citizens of Hong Kong to face charges in China.
Here’s a video posted by APlainTruth.info, in which he’s gathered the comments from dozens of eyewitnesses to the apocalyptic NorCal fires, as well as several cellphone videos that may demonstrate that laser beams were associated with these devastating fires.
Setting aside for the moment whether or not these allegations are true, I think what’s important here is that there are thousands of Americans who believe some kind of sneaky genocidal campaign is being waged against them.
When you look at the comments on YouTube, you see many well-wishers sending prayers and thoughts for the safety of the man who posted this video, similar to what we find in the comments on videos posted by witnesses to the Las Vegas shootings.
With the growing number of survivors of the latter who have since been murdered or killed in freak accidents, one can see why such concerns exist.
Sixteen years after 9/11 and countless hyped-up and bizarrely-explained massacres later, many Americans feel like they’re sitting ducks for totally random, unfathomably perverse violence. Death rays from space become plausible.
One may ask whether fostering this state of mind is intentional. Is this some messed-up way to keep the people in line?