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That way lies madness: Sandy Hook conspiracy hoax

Theater shooter actors linked to Sandy hook actors- Exposed As a Fraud

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

I first encountered crisis actors as a concept back in New Mexico in Emergency Management.  When we, or local governments would perform disaster exercises there’d always have to be victims, people to pretend to be crying bystanders, whatever.  Volunteers, mostly.

But we program managers with Emergency Management Planning and Coordination Bureau [EMPAC] attended a lot of conferences and watched a lot of disaster films.  And we often joked that the crying victims of hurricanes, tornado victims in front of destroyed trailer houses in the midwest, and earthquake victims in California all appeared to be the same people.  When we’d view the films one-right-after-another I swear they were identical!

I hadn’t thought about that in a long time.  But then I stumbled across a series of YouTube videos about Sandy Hook, about which I knew only fragments, and discovered there’s a host of people who believe the massacre in that school was a hoax.  And furthermore, they construct logical arguments based on apparently sound evidence.

After watching some of the videos it’s clear crisis actors and their use has become a lot more sophisticated and manipulative.  And that, by doing so, [provided it’s not actually a hoax] they play directly into the hands of those who build the case supporting the hoax suppositions.

The problem with anything as pervasive as this is:  it leaves nothing intact.  Once a person accepts the premise a conspiracy of this size could exist, anything is possible, everything is quicksand.

What’s disturbing, or would be disturbing if I gave a damn, is the fact nobody’s bothering to answer the questions the hoax-believers are asking.  The claims they are making should be easy enough, incredibly simple to disprove.

I’m not referring to blanket-scoffing, ad hominin disclaimers.  The thing’s gone far enough so’s, “You must be crazy!” or “What have you been smoking?” aren’t sufficient.  Brushing aside legitimate holes in the official version of the story only lends itself to more conviction on the side of those teetering near belief.

Which lends strength to my kung fu approach to the puzzle:  I don’t give a damn.  I don’t dare give a damn.  And if I did dare give a damn I’d have to question my sanity.

Old Jules

LISTEN UP!!! SANDY HOOK HOAX NON-BELIEVERS! April 1st 2013 (NO JOKE)

The walking dead spotted aimlessly walking in circles at Sandy Hook.

Both Lanza ID’s are the same 100% Proof

Annie (Anne) Haddad was Playing Nancy Lanza? Looks Like It.

New Sandy Hook Photos Reveal Adam Lanza is Fake

Adam into Ryan into Adam into Ryan Lanza – Sandy Hook Hoax

Adam Lanza Didn’t Commit Suicide-Sandy Hook Lie Exposed

Appears Adam Lanza Is Still Alive

Sandy Hook Teacher Kaitlin Roig is really actress Rebekah Fernandez

The Laura Phelps Jennifer Sexton Test – Sandy Hook Hoax

Walking in Circles Around Sandy Hook Firehouse

The Sandy Hook Actors, “Do You Want Me To Read The Card?”

Crisis actress” BUSTED: Adriana Victoria Muñoz fully EXPOSED!!!!!

Crisis Actor – Sandy Hook, Boston Marathon and NOW Syria

Raw Helicopter Footage before? Fake? ‘Sandy Hook Shooting’ Started! Crisis Actors in a Bad Drill?

Why People Think Sandy Hook is A Hoax

Crisis Actors Used at Sandy Hook! Special Report

EMS on Scene Kelly Burton – Sandy Hook Hoax

Sandy Hook – Billionaire Thinks “Hoax Is Falling Apart”

OMG! SANDY HOOK KIDS ALIVE CLEAR EVIDENCE!!!

Detailed Outside Sandy Hook pictures. Mold, weeds, hanging wires, windows covered up, no buzzer

Who are the Sandy Hook Truthers?

Sandy Hook ‘Truthers’ Claim Newtown Tragedy Was a HOAX!

Noah Pozner Still Alive SANDY HOOK RIPPED APART School Shooting Newtown HOAX FRAUD

Nick and Laura Phelps Exposed as Sandy Hook Actors

Sandy Hook Actors Exposed – Meet Gene Rosen

Sandy Hook Hoax-Mattioli Spills the Beans

 

 

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Never trust a Free Mason who doesn’t look older than you.

At least don’t trust them more than you’d trust anyone else.  Josephus Minimus 

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

Free Mason who didn’t look a day older than me sidled up to me in the hardware store parking lot yesterday.  “I want to sell you a ticket to a fish fry.  I hope you’ll come join us for a while.”  He gestured with a packet of tickets.  “We’ll have a lot of prizes to give away in drawings.”

Respectable enough looking guy, but too damned young to be a Free Mason, thinks I.  For something to say courteous to him, “What’s the cost?”

He told me and I’d run spang out of conversation pieces.  There’s a fish fry I might attend for the Harper Fire Department in a week or so, but I didn’t figure I’d care to drive to Kerrville for one.  “So when is it?”

Ah.  That’s the catch.  It’s in March.”

March?  I figure I’ll be dead or somewhere else in March.”

He shrugged.  “I wish I could join you.”

Two things seem clear to me. 

  • The guy was older than he looked.  A lot older, assuming he’s a Free Mason.  Probably uses some kind of Free Mason black magic keeping himself looking young like regular people. 
  • Secondly, he was trying to trick me into having to stay around here until March, 2014.  Likely has some sort of Free Mason conspiracy doings.  Wanting to tanglefoot me into them.

Anyway, having deftly sidestepped the Free Mason Conspiracy I had a good trip to town, generally.  Got me a water pump to get water from a container on the ground up into the RV tank.  Impeller with hose bibs on each side, shaft to turn it fits into the chuck of an electric drill.  Moves 250 gallons an hour.  That thing’s going to save me some heavy lifting in the future. $6.95 US.  2013 dollars.

Also picked up a set of fancydancy 21st Century screwdriver heads of all different shapes and sizes to foil the efforts of engineers everywhere.  And a damned cheapass volt meter.

Then down at the Dollar Tree store picked up all manner of things a person needs to get by in this life, each for a dollar.  A person can spend a $20 bill in there and come away with $100 worth of groceries anywhere else.  [32 oz box-like containers of MSG-free beef or chicken broth for $1 US each.  I bought 128 oz, two of each.  Stocking up for The End of Life as We Know It – TEOLAWKI.  MSG free TEOLAWKI won’t bring back telephones, computers and radiation levels people can survive in, but it beats boiling 2-headed mutant horses to add flavor.]

Stopped on the way home to talk to the guy up the hill.  He told me about the Marfa Lights, which I’ve heard of over the years, but never seen.  Came away entertaining the thought I might swing out that way and have a look when I get out of here.

Lessons in life, flashes of insight about things I haven’t done yet, and busted a Free Mason conspiracy.  All in one day.

Life is good.

Old Jules