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Whatever state lawmakers or members of Congress come up with for new gun bans, limits, regulations and restrictions, remember that Barack Obama wants "total gun control."
That's according to a forensic profiler who worked on the disappearance of Natalie Holloway and the double-murder case against O.J. Simpson.
Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., who wrote "The Obama Confession: Secret Fear, Secret Fury," explained in an analysis of the president's statements for WND that Obama's words suggest the unconscious message that "one day the government's coming for our guns."
Hodges previously said Obama's statement "I am not a dictator" actually meant, "I am the dictator president," and concluded Obama unconsciously confessed to stealing the 2012 election.
On Hodges' website, Steven A. Egger, associate professor of criminology at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, has written that Hodges' technique is "becoming the cutting edge of forensic science."
"Dr. Hodges' investigation of forensic documents in the Natalee Holloway case indicates that his 'thoughtprint decoding method' and 'reading between the lines' is, in fact, becoming a major contribution to law enforcement tools used by criminal investigators," wrote Egger.
Hodges is not new to the field, already having identified killers by studying ransom notes, emails, letters and police interviews to spot secret confessions. He decoded Simpson's "suicide note" to confirm Simpson had committed a double murder. He deciphered the JonBenet Ramsey ransom note in Boulder, Colo., to identify the child's killer. He decrypted letters from BTK to predict that he was about to kill again – the only profiler to do so. He studied statements by Joran van der Sloot and Deepak Kalpoe to tie them to the slaying of Holloway. He showed how Casey Anthony secretly confessed to killing her daughter in 200 letters written to a jail mate. He even decoded Bill Clinton's comments about Monica Lewinsky.
Hodges now has looked at Obama's recent statements about gun control, especially his April 3 appearance in Denver where he insisted on being surrounded by law enforcement officers, leading some police department members to protest they were being used for a political agenda.
"We again pay close attention to his 'right-brain' images and his denials for unconscious warnings from his super intelligence, his deeper moral compass which must tell the truth and spot any deception. Deep down his mind's eye constantly monitors his true motivations," Hodges explained.
He noted Obama's statement, "ginned up fear among gun owners that have… nuttin' to do with the facts but feed into fears about the government."
"His denial accompanied by images of 'fear among gun owners' and 'facts that feed into fear about the government' suggest the unconscious message: the facts about Obama indeed lead to fear about the government," Hodges wrote. "His image of 'ginned up fear' suggests his primary tactic in proposing more gun control which, in truth, has nothing to do with the facts.
"We find a key message marker: 'you hear' implying 'hear my deeper message' – pay close attention to what comes next. The unconscious mind often uses key communication images (e.g. 'hear') to underscore a vital message. When he follows with (you hear) 'I need a gun to protect myself from the government,' the image itself strongly suggests the Second Amendment to the Constitution – as in citizens need to be armed in case of 'a government gone wild.'"
Hodges wrote that Obama denies any reason to worry about the government "but we must keep in mind that denial attached to an idea can tell us to keep an eye on that particular idea and consider deception. Denying the very plan he secretly has in mind. For this reason we always contemplate denial as a revelation of the real truth with the cover-up, 'Let me tell you what I'm not going to do – 'wink-wink.''
"Obama follows with a second comment of denial and ridicule, '(you hear) we can't do background checks because the government's going to come take my guns away.' Again read his condescending denial as a warning of the possibility one day the government's coming for our guns," he wrote.
Hodges said, "Read through his denial 'can't do background checks' as an unconscious instruction: do background checks on Obama to see if he personally has intentions for extreme gun control. We can even read the entire sentence as an unconscious confession – no background checks on Obama about gun control because it would reveal his wishes to take our guns away. Indeed it is publicly known from a former fellow law professor at the University of Chicago who Obama dubbed 'the gun guy' that Obama doesn't believe anybody should own a gun," Hodges wrote.
The proflier said, "Obama's repetitive denial tells us what's on his mind deep down: total gun control. While he could not get away with such a plan now we must 'know our opponent' – to whom we must stick closer than a friend. Understand Obama has a deep need stemming from his powerless background to take power away from others."
Hodges also points out how Obama's statements suggest he considers himself "the government."
"Obama dramatically assures us in another full-fledged denial of exactly why citizens have no cause for worry about extreme gun control – because 'the government's us.' Stop here. What comes to mind? Think back quickly to his recent sequester press conference on March 1 when he presented such images as 'dictator…president,' 'apocalypse,' 'Jedi 'mind-meld' trick,'' and having 'the Secret Service block the door' to Republicans. One image after another of government control," Hodges wrote. "Now read the message 'the government's us' as the 'government is me, Barack Obama.'
"Such declarations are utterly frightening when paired with his previous spontaneous image in the sequester speech of 'horns on his head.'"
And Obama's references to officials who are elected suggests "a denial of his belief in the Constitution, a central reason our forefathers put the Second Amendment in the foundation document," Hodges said.
"Obama has never been constrained by the Constitution and has ridiculed it by his actions and his words, telling us that it should be revised since it limits us to what 'we can't do.' Despite giving it lip service on the surface, he has manipulated the Constitution left and right.
"Ask yourself if he carried out an illegal presidency and participated in election fraud what would he be capable of when it came to gun control?" Hodges wrote.
Hodges' earlier analysis revealed questions about Obama's goals since the government under his direction has purchased billions of rounds of ammunition and there are now at estimated 145,000 federal agents with firearm-carry authority.
And he noted a report that a Minnesota company was selling to the federal government cutout targets "designed to 'desensitize police' to 'nontraditional threat targets."
The targets included pregnant women, children, older people and other civilians in neighborhood settings – all holding guns. The company reported law enforcement designed and ordered the targets.
"In your wildest imagination, who in law enforcement needs desensitization to such targets?"
Hodges noted that even activists on the left have expressed concern. Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the left-wing Code Pink, in a recent WABC radio interview with host Aaron Klein, called the potential abuse by the Obama administration's huge domestic police power "extremely troubling."
"Recall Obama's earlier words which, importantly, he made spontaneously, strongly pointing toward an unconscious confession. 'We've got to have a civilian national security force that's just as powerful, just as strong, just as well-funded [as the military].'
"What exactly was he thinking and why? Undeniably this was extreme: a civilian force just as well funded and strong as our military – implying majorly armed. The question is what exactly was Obama secretly confessing about his future plans? His unconscious super intelligence suggests a warning from a very dangerous Obama," Hodges contends.