I was shocked to see the chyron heading on Good Morning America yesterday for an extended period of time read "Are death threats going too far?"
I could hardly contain myself, watching this headline in front of a group of people who weren't paying any attention to it. I wanted to jump up and yell, "Are you kidding me?"
Here's the video and a link to Newsbusters:
How can we NOT be sure death threats are NOT okay?
I remember reading a book once where the main character, when confronted about a murder he had committed, responded with a shrug, "Murder's not that big a deal anymore anyway."
After watching the Hunger Games, which is most frightening because I could really see our culture deteriorating into a reality show where the mission is to actually kill someone for a reward (it's happened before ala Rome), it's almost like anything is possible.
Without knowing all the facts of the Zimmerman/Martin shooting, people have determined that it's okay to have marches demanding his head, to tweet his address, to post $10,000 (or more) for his murder, to go on television and incite thousands of sheeple to commit acts of civil disobedience which will naturally turn violent.
That's okay because we're looking for justice.
Who believes that.
Who believes that the same people orchestrating OWS and all the protests around the country.
And those privileged elites in Hunger Games who control the general population?
They don't look like Wall Street, lemme tell ya.
The freaks look and act like Occupiers.