This is the crazy movie and beliefs of Loughner. If you know anyone that believes in this psycho crape get away from them fast. This is the fringe of conspiracy theories. Do you think that these movies drove him overboard? While the left-wing is trying to play politics with this tragedy, we need to look at what was in this mans mind. A real and truthful look at what he believed and why he might have believed it. Or we could just take the path the Democrats want to take and go after the first and second amendments. I don't see that one working out too well for the Democratic Party, so I'd like to see them keep driving their party and ideology into a wall. I'd like to know what you all think of this video and what his ex-friend said about him? I'm sure we will be hearing more and more about these movies so you may want to understand them first.This is the Zeitgeis movie that goes after religion and Christians. Have any of you watched these videos before this?
And then there was this (2:25 for the money quote set-up):
The interview is revealing on a number of point but here is the He did not watch TV. He disliked the news. He didn’t listen to political radio. He didn’t take sides. He wasn’t on the left. He wasn’t on the right One one former close friend of Loughner’s said he went from a stable high school student to a violent, self-medicated “monster” after his girlfriend dumped him during his junior year of high school.Zachary Osler said that Loughner, who would walk around with his jaw and fist clenched, spent “excessive amounts of money” on drugs.
Osler said Loughner consumed marijuana, cocaine, psilocybin mushrooms and the hallucigenic salvia.
“There was no political motive in this, [Jared] was just angry at the world,” he said.
Loughner ended his friendship with Osler through a text message two years ago, writing to him, “I don’t want to be friends with you anymore.”
Osler also said that Loughner’s favorite quote was, “Out of chaos breathes creation.”
Osler, who spent a lot of time at the Loughner’s home during high school, described the family’s home as “cold, dark and unpleasant“ and added that he always felt ”unwelcomed.”
Littered with musical instruments and a computer in the middle of the room, Osler said he never observed a particularly loving relationship between the Loughners. Loughner once told Osler that he loved his pet dog Hannah more than his parents.
“They did very few family activities together besides going to car races and one family vacation to the beach, and they never decorated their house for the holidays,” recalled Osler. “Jared’s parents were religious but Jared proclaimed himself as an atheist.”