Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Sandy Hook: Nothing more than a movie set

Now that Connecticut has passed some of the toughest gun laws in the nation along with Colorado and New York, please take some time to look at the evidence...or lack of. I've believed for many years that we are being played from the Oklahoma City bombing to Sept. 11 to Virginia Tech, etc. Call me a conspiracy cook I really don't care, but I do know that nothing is at it seems. "Never let a crisis go to waste." ~ Rahm Emanuel. Here's another one, "When there is no crisis to exploit, create one." ~ Yours truly.

Remember, trick psychology enables the government to hide its agenda in plain view. But we're just a bunch of cooks who believe this shit, right?




11 comments:

kerrcarto said...

Alex Jones is a douche canoe.

CharlieDelta said...

I agree that Alex Jones is a douchebag of the highest order. He is a psycho nut job looking for ratings, but there are way too many inconsistencies in what the public has been shown of Sandy Hook (or allowed to see) to not be suspect of it. The AR-15 scapegoating was what got me on the hoax bandwagon to begin with when I first saw the discrepancies in what was "reported" as news.

I wouldn't put anything past the vile and sinister administration currently stinking up the White House. In fact, this is right up their alley...

Paul said...

Indeed, Alex Jones is a douche-action squirt gun. But wake up, kerrcarto. At least watch the video dude.

kerrcarto said...

I watched it. I have also read this. Which debunks most of Alex's BS.

kerrcarto said...

Most of the problem is the MSM jumps the gun (sorry for the pun) and reports shit that is not true/ half true/ or complete bullshit because they want immediate ratings and they get 90% of the shit wrong and no one calls them to the carpet for it.

CenTexTim said...

I'm with kerrcarto on this one. For example, a recent AP story (since corrected) originally said:

"A loaded 12-gauge shotgun was found in the glove compartment of the Honda Civic Lanza drove to the school with two magazines containing 70 rounds of Winchester 12-gauge shotgun rounds."

Anyone with half a brain knows that a shotgun won't fit in a glove compartment. As for two magazines holding 70 shells, well, I'd love to get my hands on a shotgun and magazines like that.

IMO it's sheer incompetence coupled with an anti-gun agenda, not a deep conspiracy.

Gregory said...

So, let me get this straight. No body died at Sandy Hook that day....
Right?

CharlieDelta said...

I wouldn't exactly say The Blaze "debunked" much of anything where they used snopes for a reference to do the "debunking."

Snopes is about as credible of an information source as Info Wars is, and that ain't much.

Who knows? Who really cares at this point? Even if there was concrete evidence that proved beyond any reasonable doubt that Sandy Hook was a sham, it wouldn't change a thing. Look at the dead punkass thug Trayvon Martin story. Evidence shows that he beat the crap out of the "white hispanic" before Zimmerman helped thugboy assume room temperature. To the day there are millions of dumbasses still walking around that don't believe it happened.

The bottom line is that the Sandy Hook 'event' was used for leverage in the government's attempt to disarm peaceful, responsible, law-abiding American citizens and it's been working quite well for them.

The AR-15 scapegoating cannot just be explained away when four seperate federal and state agencies all originally said that Lanza's rifle was recovered from the truck of his mom's car. Not by The Blaze, not by snopes, not by misInfo Wars. Not by anyone.

I want to know why they haven't released any school surveillance video? Will they? They have after every other mass shooting. Why not this one? That would certainly show a rifle in Lanza's hands and shut a lot of doubters (like myself) up.

kerrcarto said...

CD, well said. Most, dude, most. Not all. Agreed , Snopes is wikipedia. But IMO The Blaze is one of the best and most credible sources of journalism on the web.

kerrcarto said...

The gun control argument is just a ruse anyway. They are going after ammo. They will use the argument that there is nothing in the bill of rights regarding the right to ammunition.

Gregory said...

I sent the youtube address for this video to all of my contacts and haven't heard one thing back. Maybe they think that this is a conspiracy plot like the conspiracy theories of the 911 attacks. I don't understand my contacts at all. I wish that they would send me some sort of acknowledgement about the video.....