(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Sandy Hook might be the best example of a hoaxed false flag attack, one where no one actually died. Of course, such a claim is incredibly controversial, but there is a substantial amount of evidence to suggest this. As an outsider, I can’t offer any direct proof that Sandy Hook was, or was not, a real event—where people actually died. But I can comment about how the media, and the powers that should not be, used it to their advantage.
Sandy Hook has become an embedded feature of the terrorism paradigm—the story about reality told to us to make is think we need protection from terrorists. In order for people to fear for terrorism, regular terrorist attacks need to take place. And they appear to be a consistent feature in 21st century life. But as FBI documentation proves, almost every terrorist arrested by that law enforcement agency was actually entrapped, a “home grown” terrorist who otherwise wouldn’t have engaged in the actively without the encouragement of law enforcement.
What this suggests (and is well established within research circles), is that the primary aim of false flag attacks is to produce a false impression of reality, a manufactured reality. It’s the same justification for killing doctors and researchers who find information that disproves entrenched history. The deep-state can’t achieve their ends without manipulating the minds of the people, and false flags are one way to do that.
Whether or not Sandy Hook was real isn’t as important as recognizing how it was used to manipulate the masses. And what Alex Jones effectively did was to destabilize that by suggesting it wasn’t presented to the people honestly.
The reaction from the media supports this reality management supposition. Just look at a Google search of Sandy Hook:
Why is it that a large portion of the propaganda media was rallied to the cause of discrediting Jones’ claim?
Possibly in an effort to discredit Infowars, which has become an influential alternative media organization, impacting the views of millions of people. But more likely because their version of events was under attack and a response needed to be issued to maintain the pre-existing paradigm.
Remember this quote:
“As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too. Words are used to disguise, not to illuminate, action: You liberate a city by destroying it. Words are used to confuse, so that at election time people will solemnly vote against their own interests.”
—Gore Vidal, Imperial America, 2004
What interests are the social engineers trying to engender? Unquestioned loyalty to the State, in a kind of quasi religious sense. But more specifically, that the world is a horrible place and you need a strong government to protect you from it. If events are manufactured and propagandized, which they are, then this information can’t be revealed, else the jig is up. And if someone does reveal it, then they must be discredited and their claims must be downplayed.
Consider this as you watch the media upend itself to cover the Jones and Kelly interview.
by Lamia Estatie, June 13th, 2017
An interview by NBC’s anchor Megyn Kelly with InfoWars conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has angered families of the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting.
Finance giant JPMorgan Chase has pulled all of its adverts from NBC News until after the pre-recorded interview is aired on 18 June. And Sandy Hook Promise, an organisation formed to protect children from gun violence, announced that Ms Kelly would no longer host their annual fundraising gala on Wednesday.
Some social media users have lambasted Ms Kelly for providing Jones with a national platform “to discuss controversies and conspiracies”. Jones admits “some real kids” were killed at Sandy Hook but has helped push a theory that the Sandy Hook massacre was “synthetic, completely fake with actors”.
Twenty-six people, mostly young children, died in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. For years, families of the victims have been targeted by conspiracy theorists who falsely claim that the tragedy was staged by the government in an attempt to tighten gun control laws.
|Image copyright Twitter/@Nelba_MG Image caption The mother of
six-year-old Ana Grace Márquez-Greene – killed at Sandy Hook – has said
giving Alex Jones a platform is “especially cruel”
Ms Kelly has defended the interview, saying US President Donald Trump gave “White House press credential” to Jones by appearing on and praising his show. But Jones has called for the interview’s airing to be cancelled for “misrepresenting his views”.
The mother of Ana Grace Márquez-Greene – a six-year-old girl who was killed at Sandy Hook – tweeted the NBC host an image of her daughter: “Here you go @megynkelly – her name is Ana Grace Márquez-Greene. Say her name – stare at this & tell me it’s worth it. @nbc #SandyHook”
She also told The Washington Post that giving “Alex Jones a platform on Father’s Day is especially cruel to me”.
“This piece of actual garbage encourages people to call my mom’s death a hoax and harass other Sandy Hook families. Shame on you @megynkelly,” added Cristina Hassinger – whose mother and principal of Sandy Hook, Dawn Hochsprung, was also killed.
New York mayor Bill Blasio also called on NBC to “pull the segment”.
Media caption Noah Pozner was one of the children killed in the massacre. His father is leading the fight against the conspiracy theorists
And tens of thousands also used the Twitter hashtag #ShameOnNBC, rallying people to call the network and tell them not to air the interview. Some, including political commentator Ana Navarro, said they would not be watching the show in support of the victims.
One Twitter account added as an alternative it would air the video about the “26 Sandy Hook Angels” who died. Ms Kelly left Fox News earlier this year to anchor her NBC show “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly”.
|Image copyright Twitter/@KaivanShroff|
In a video posted to his website in November 2016, Alex Jones said in his “final statement” on Sandy Hook: “There is some evidence that people died there… I don’t know what the truth is, all I know is the official story of Sandy Hook has more holes in it than Swiss cheese.”
Jones has also helped push forward the theory that 9/11 was a “fable” and an “inside job” and other theories surrounding the Oklahoma City bombing as well as mass shootings in Orlando and Aurora, Colorado.
By the UGC and Social News team
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