There are two
ways to cast a movie. You bring in professional actors and have them read, or
you go out and hire "real people" for the parts.
The second way
is sometimes used for the cameos.
That's the case
with the completely insane arrests, school suspensions, and general harassment
leveled at kids and parents who "are guilty of" toy guns, fingers shaped like
guns, pictures of guns, guns that make bubbles.
Here's how it
The networks cover
these stories, and they interview people in the community who say:
Well, I think
the suspension from school was a little too harsh. Of course, Jimmy shouldn't
have brought the bubble gum gun to school, but the authorities went overboard. . . "
in the class were frightened and that's not good. . ."
have a hard job these days, after the Newtown shooting. Everybody is on edge. . ."
Mickey is a
good boy. I'm sure he meant no harm with the water pistol. But bringing it to
school not the thing to do. . ."
These are all
supposed to be rational comments and reactions.
Of course, they
aren't. They're the words of total idiots.
If Jimmy brings a screen saver of a gun to his school, SO
If Mike has a
little plastic gun that makes bubbles, SO WHAT?
Ah, but if the
sane people who would come right out and say "SO WHAT" and get very angry about
it don't exist anymore, then where are we?
But you see, those sane people do exist. They are many of them
in the communities where the lunatics in charge are pursuing this wacko agenda.
AREN'T INTERVIEWING THOSE SANE PEOPLE.
casting them in the movie called The News.
they're casting the idiots, as if they represent the "general opinion and
And these are
the people the country sees on the news.
After a while,
most of the viewing audience accepts these selected interviewed morons as
If they wanted
to, a news staff could find, in a town, a hundred people who would be outraged
at what's going on with toy guns. But they don't want to.
In other words,
it's a psyop.
implication, it adds fuel to the idea that any angry person is suffering from
some sort of mental disorder, like the fictional Oppositional Defiance Disorder.