Friday, December 6, 2013

Videos about Sandy Hook

“When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace.” -- Nelson Mandela

We're coming up on the anniversary of what is supposedly one of the largest mass shootings by a single person in US history. I doubted the experiences of eyewitnesses to the Batman shooting earlier that year, but when I saw "grieving father" Robbie Parker obviously get in character to speak to the press (around 18:20 of the first video) I knew for sure these guys were actors. So are the most prominent victims of the Boston Bombings. Anyway, here are 3 more videos on the subject, the last two speaking about the recently released 911 tapes they tried to block from release for almost a year because it might upset the parents (except they never seem all that upset). I think it's because those tapes didn't exist until long after the supposed shootings. Sure, they can expose us to all manner of graphic images for propaganda purposes, like people jumping out of the Twin Towers and Jeff Bauman's shredded leg bone, but that's because they actually had the footage, which apparently in this age of iPhones and surveillance cameras they didn't at Sandy Hook.

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