Jared Loughner’s How to Mind Controller Video
Here is a complete, accurate transcription of the entire video:
If I’m the mind
controller then I
control the belief and
If you’re editing of every belief and religion reaches the final century
then the writer for every belief and religion is you.
You’re editing of every belief and religion reaches the final century.
Thus, the writer for every belief and religion is you.
You control every — thought, action, and
lifestyle — for the person or people as the
I’m able to control every belief and religion
by being the mind controller!
More proof, as if any was needed, that the man was completely deranged.
According to a Tweet by a former classmate of Loughner’s, one of his favorite bands was Anti-Flag. For those not familiar with the punk-rock scene, Anti-Flag are one of the best-known leftist/progressive/socialist/anti-patriotic punk bands:
Anti-Flag is a punk rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the United States, formed in 1988, and known for its outspoken political views. Much of the band’s lyrics have focused on fervent anti-war activism, criticism of United States foreign policy, corporatism, U.S. wealth distribution, and various sociopolitical sentiments. … Anti-Flag is known also for their advocacy of progressive political action groups such as Greenpeace and Amnesty International.
The most recent protest they performed at was outside the Republican National Convention in 2008; they were supposed to be the last band to play but they had been touring with Rage Against The Machine and had decided it would be a good idea to get them involved since they had a long history of getting involved in related events. When officials found out they were going to perform, they shut down the stage’s power and the band performed two songs using megaphones.
They also regularly support political organisations which include:
Democracy Now!, the latest headlines from which can be found on the band’s homepage.
PETA, who were one of the sponsors of their 2010 ‘The Economy Sucks Let’s Party’ tour.
Amnesty International, to which the band donated money from the sale of The People and the Gun, have supported for a long time and who were one of the sponsors of their 2010 ‘The Economy Sucks Let’s Party Tour’.
Greenpeace, with whom the band worked in order to persuade world leaders to attend the climate conference in Copenhagen and who were one of the sponsors of their ‘The Economy Sucks Let’s Party Tour’.
Useless, whom they sold screen-printed limited-edition T-shirts with to raise money The Kandorwahun project, while raising awareness and visibility for Useless.
The band’s song “Die for your government” was sung by anti-war protesters who briefly blocked a road to prevent US troops from deploying to Iraq in August 2010. They have appeared in the 2010 music documentary Sounds Like A Revolution, about new protest music in America.