Feds May Be Planning Virginia Tech-Like Collegiate Massacre Before Summer Break

Posted: April 27, 2014 in Active Shooter Terror, Breaking News, NCAA Terror, Terror Alerts

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David Chase Taylor
April 27, 2014

SWITZERLAND, Zurich — Based on trending collegiate terror and the plethora of state-sponsored NCAA-related terror plots which have been identified, exposed and ultimately thwarted by Truther.org in the past 2 years, it’s once again apparent that the Obama administration, at the behest of the CIA, is once again planning to execute a collegiate massacre in the U.S., most likely by the end of May.

Although a collegiate massacre could occur in any U.S. state, the southern states of Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina and Texas are the most likely to be targeted. This is because in the wake of an attack, these states are the most likely to fight back and thus a civil war will commence.

In order to rehash the memory of the Kent State Massacre of May 4, 1970, in which 4 innocent students were executed in cold blood by the U.S. federal government, it was revealed on April 3, 2014, that Kent State University went into lockdown lifted after a shot was reported fired. That same day, the University of Connecticut also went into lockdown after bomb threat. In order to rehash the memory of Virginia Tech Massacre, it was reported on April 16, 2014, that Auburn University canceled classes after a written threat was found in a campus restroom that threatened violence on the April 16 anniversary of the Virginia Tech Massacre.

Patriot Patsies?
In the event that a state-sponsored collegiate attack is ultimately executed, the alleged suspects will likely be so-called patriots (i.e., “domestic terrorists”) who were angry that their civil rights were being denied by their respective university. This particular narrative was first identified on September 19, 2013, when campus police at Modesto Junior College in California allegedly stopped a student from handing out the U.S. Constitutions on Constitution Day. Roughly 7 months later on April 24, 2014, police at the University of Hawaii allegedly stopped students from handing out the U.S. Constitution.In the aftermath of a collegiate massacre, the denial of so-called Constitutional Rights such as “Free Speech” will likely be cited as the underlying “motive” for the attack.

DHS & NCAA Terror Partnership
In an ominous sign that acts of state-sponsored NCAA terror are indeed being planned, it was revealed on September 12, 2011 that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had officially partnered with the NCAA in a terror partnership publically entitled “If You See Something, Say Something”. According to the report, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano stated that “Every citizen plays a critical role in identifying and reporting suspicious activities and threats. By expanding the ‘If You See Something, Say Something” campaign we are working together to ensure the safety and security of fans, players, employees, and students”.

Collegiate Terror Trending
Prior to an unprecedented act of collegiate-related terror, the American public must be lead to believe through fraudulent headlines and fabricated events that yes, it can happen. As evidenced, attacks, deaths, emergencies and outbreaks on U.S. college university campuses are at an all-time high. Whether or not these incidents will culminate in an unprecedented terror attack at an American university is not known, but the precedent has definitely been set.

2014 Collegiate Terror Timeline:

1. January 1, 2014: AP photographer Dave Martin dies after collapsing on field after Chick-fil-A Bowl
2. January 2, 2014: Troy University football player found dead in Mississippi
3. January 14, 2014: Bomb threat evacuates students at Texas State University
4. January 21, 2014: Student shot on campus of Widener University in Pennsylvania
5. January 23, 2014: UK Assistant Coach Charged With Assault
6. January 23, 2014: Teaching assistant shot dead at Purdue University
7. January 25, 2014: Suspect charged in shooting death of student outside South Carolina campus
8. January 30, 2014: 1 critical, gunman hospitalized in Eastern Florida State College shooting
9. February 1, 2014: Michigan State student dies after shooting near campus as police seek suspect
10. February 2, 2014: 2 N.Y. college students killed in hit-and-run
11. February 7, 2014: Defensive Lineman Ted Agu of the California Golden Bears Dies
12. February 8, 2014: 11 students face hazing charge at University of Georgia
13. February 10, 2014: Missing Ohio college student froze to death
14. February 23, 2014: UCSB Student Is Gang Raped, Beaten by Asian Males
15. March 18, 2014: 4 University of Georgia football players charged with theft by deception
16. March 23, 2014: Navy freshman Will McKamey reportedly in coma after collapsing at practice
17. March 23, 2014: Report retracted about Stanford band smuggling alcohol in tubas
18. March 23, 2014: UNC-Charlotte student found dead after falling from dorm
19. March 23, 2014: Georgetown Student Arrested For Making Deadly Chemical Ricin In His Dorm
20. March 23, 2014: Suspect in custody after UNC-Chapel Hill reports dangerous person
21. March 23, 2014: Lawsuit alleges North Carolina student died after being ‘viciously hazed’
22. March 24, 2014: UC Professor Who Attacked Pro-Life Student Charged With Criminal Battery
23. March 26, 2014: 19-year-old Navy RB Will McKamey dies while in coma
24. April 2, 2014: Blasts at Cairo University kill officer, wound 5
25. April 3, 2014: Kent State lockdown lifted after shot fired
26. April 3, 2014: UConn students allowed in classes after bomb threat
27. April 3, 2014: Wyoming college student ate marijuana cookie before fatal fall
28. April 10, 2014: 10 dead after truck collides with bus carrying college students in California
29. April 11, 2014: Boston College senior dies after being hit by cab in NYC
30. April 16, 2014: Auburn cancels classes over alleged threat
31. April 20, 2014: Baghdad University Attacked

[Does not purport to be a complete list of headlines or events]

About the Author
David Chase Taylor is an American journalist and the editor-in-chief of Truther.org. Taylor currently lives in Zürich, Switzerland where he has applied for political asylum after the release of The Nuclear Bible, a book credited with foiling a state-sponsored nuclear terror attack upon Super Bowl XLV in Dallas, Texas on February 6, 2011. Taylor has also authored The Bio-Terror Bible, a book and website exposing the global bio-terror pandemic planned for 2014. To date, David Chase Taylor has blown the whistle on over 100 state-sponsored terror plots, including the man-made comet ISON hoax and the drone strike on “Fast and Furious” star Paul Walker. Taylor was also the first to expose Alex Jones’ treacherous links to STRATFOR.

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