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Jeff C Meltdown: Hoaxes, False Flags, and Irrelevant Lunacy

Who “The Crisis Actors” REALLY Are: How Truth Seekers Were Manipulated into Ignoring Genuine “False Flag” Terrorism and Focusing Instead on Irrelevant Lunacy

The manipulation by the Crisis Management Conspirators of the events at Sandy Hook was, in retrospect, a quite logical response to the phenomenon of 9-11 truthseeking (much of it Internet-based) which, in turn, had its own antecedents in the search for the truth surrounding the Oklahoma City bombing and the JFK assassination so many years before.

In that sense, we might suggest, there was indeed a secret connection, so to speak, between 9-11 and Sandy Hook—but it’s one that even the most fervent believers in the “big” story of Sandy Hook never realized, precisely because of the fact they had found themselves (most of them, to this day, unknowingly) caught in the web of disinformation being spun by the high-level Crisis Management Conspirators.

And one of the biggest cons of all perpetrated upon the legitimate truth seekers was the legend of “The Crisis Actors”—mentioned earlier—that came to be an article of faith surrounding Sandy Hook and later again, even more so, following the events at the Boston Marathon.

And as we’ve already noted (perhaps all too often) in the wake of Sandy Hook many people actually believed that there hadn’t even been any gunplay at all—that no children and no adults were shot that day, that it was all a big staged event, with the purported victims and their families (along with law enforcement) in on the deal.

This is where the now much-discussed topic of “The Crisis Actors” was brought into play. And, in many respects, it may have been one of the most ingenious scams ever pawned off on American patriots designed to misdirect their attention.

It was right out of Cass Sunstein’s playbook.

During the wake of Sandy Hook, people got so distracted talking about the Crisis Actors and the claim that “Lanza was dead the day before the shooting which really didn’t happen and in which no kids were really killed,” that, in many cases, they didn’t do what they should have done: Lobby forcefully against the gun control measures that were being crafted as a consequence of the tragedy at Sandy Hook.

Many patriots became genuinely convinced that by talking about “The Crisis Actors” that they were winning the day and convincing people of the dangers of gun control when, in fact, they were actually misdirecting good people and, for all intents and purposes, discrediting honest Americans who were opposed to gun control.

As a result of the widespread distribution of claims that Sandy Hook was a big fraud being perpetrated by “Crisis Actors” many Americans concluded that the opponents of gun control were trouble-makers, wild- eyed conspiracy theorists and just generally to be dismissed.

That, ultimately, was the aim of the Crisis Management Conspirators.

Their introduction of the concept of “Crisis Actors” into the debate was part and parcel of the very real conspiracy—first outlined by Cass Sunstein—to discredit conspiracy theories in general.

And all of this undoubtedly did immense damage to the reputation of many good patriots who opposed gun control and who were led into the trap of focusing on the Crisis Actor legend rather than on the very real and important issue at hand… (False Flags, pp. 306-307)

Read more: “False Flags”: http://americanfreepress.net/?p=14254
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Boston Marathon Bombing Debate Jim Fetzer vs. A. J. MacDonald, Jr.

“On Thursday, April 24, 2014, at 3 p.m. ET, Dave Gahary moderates a two-hour debate* between James H. Fetzer and A. J. MacDonald, Jr. on the Boston Marathon Bombing. Was it real or staged?” Continue reading

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Max Malone Meltdown

But after his recent meltdown — wherein he exposed himself as a fraud to his friends and followers — Max Malone is probably now out of the “YouTube hoax meme” business, such as it is…. Continue reading

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Violent video games are a risk factor for criminal behavior and aggression

“New evidence from Iowa State researchers demonstrates a link between video games and youth violence and delinquency…” Continue reading

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Exploding & Exposing the Professor James Tracy Fraud

Professor Tracy is too smart to make the ridiculous statements he has made regarding the Boston Bombing… Continue reading

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The “Boston Bombing Hoax” = Suggested, Anticipated, & Presupposed “Evidence”

Most of what we know about national and world events we know via the media — both alternative and mainstream. This experience of events is a mediated experience, and our knowledge of these events is a mediated knowledge — that is: it comes to us via sources other than our direct, personal experience of the world…. Continue reading

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Top Ten Reasons the Boston Bombing was NOT an Elaborate Hoax

Top Ten Reasons the Boston Bombing was NOT an Elaborate Hoax… Continue reading

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