| Mass shooting |
Mass shootings are the work of "lone nuts". Wikipedia reported, as of 2019, citing Mother Jones that the phrase "mass shooting" was "normally understood to exclude mass killings as a result of terrorist, authorised law enforcement or authorised military actions". With this exclusion, the US does not have more mass shootings than any other nation state.
|2008 Mumbai attacks||An incident of "terrorism" used to introduce the Indian National Investigation Agency. The perpetrators may have connections to the CIA and deep state.|
|2010 Cumbria shootings|
|2011 Norway attacks||A car bomb in Oslo and subsequent mass shooting at a summer camp in Norway on 22 July 2011, claiming a total of 77 lives.|
|2015 Sousse attacks||A mass shooting at the tourist resort of Port El Kantaoui, Sousse, Tunisia.|
|2015-11 Paris attacks|
|2016 Istanbul airport attack|
|2016 Munich shooting||A shooting spree supposedly carried out by an 18 year old, for as yet unexplained purposes.|
|2016 Orlando nightclub shooting|
|2017 Las Vegas shooting||The most deadly mass shooting in US history, one about which many questions - most particularly "Why?" - remain unanswered. The original official narrative of a single "lone nut" shooter was confused as of February 2018.|
|Annecy shootings||A mysterious shooting which was generally avoided by the corporate media.|
|Brabant Massacres||A set of murders between 1982 and 1985, in which 28 people died and 40 were injured. It became Belgium's most notorious unpunished crime spree.|
|Christchurch Mass Shooting||A mass shooting at two New Zealand mosques. It was followed by a crackdown on freedom of speech.|
|Dunblane school massacre||A school massacre by an acquaintance of George Robertson, a Bilderberger and later Secretary General of NATO with a range of other connections.|
|Pittsburgh synagogue shooting|
|San Bernardino shooting|
|Stoneman Douglas High School shooting||A school shooting in Florida in 2018|
Follman, Mark. "What Exactly Is A Mass Shooting". Mother Jones. Retrieved August 9, 2015.
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Broadly speaking, the term refers to an incident involving multiple victims of gun violence. But there is no official set of criteria or definition for a mass shooting, according to criminology experts and FBI officials contacted by Mother Jones.
- https://www.wakingtimes.com/2018/04/18/a-1991-book-predicted-the-connection-between-mass-shootings-and-public-demand-for-gun-control/ Waking Times , 1991