When I first heard about the NYPD shooting on the news, I was immediately suspicious, as I always am whenever the media touts something 24/7. You can be sure whenever they do that it's because it fits an ongoing agenda. It may be fake, it may be real, but it serves the agenda of whoever it is that decides what we see on the news. Important stories happen every day, but some things get covered and others don't. It's obvious to me that whoever decides what's going to be on the news these days wants to increase the tension between police and protesters, or they wouldn't be waving this in everyone's face.
First off, there's the race of the officers. There are plenty of lily-white guys on the NYPD. But this guy, who clearly wanted to make a political statement, shoots an Asian and a Latino. Why? Once again, there is no video of the actual killing, which you would expect from a dash cam or something, wouldn't you? I also noted that on every news channel I have cable access to (CNN, MSNBC, FOXNEWS) they used an unusual term describing the killing -- "assassination." Whenever they do that, you know there was something coordinated beforehand, agreeing on specific language to be used. They did the same thing with the term "shelter in place." All Hell seemed to be breaking loose in Boston just after the supposed bombing, and all three news stations were using that particular term that I don't ever remember hearing before that event.
Anyway, I saw the widow of the Latino cop come on the air just after someone made a statement in Spanish. She spoke in English with a definite Spanish accent. But when someone asked her to translate what she just said into Spanish, she couldn't do it and someone else did it for her. That seemed strange to me as well, but I gave her the benefit of the doubt. But now I hear that both cops were involved in a live terrorism drill at the time of the shooting. And then there's the case of the Magical Shoelaces. Max Malone caught the fact that the shooter took a "selfie" of his blood spattered leg upon arriving in NYC, and he wasn't wearing shoelaces. In later photos, when his dead body was loaded onto an ambulance, he was wearing shoelaces! So, either the guy suddenly decided to put on shoelaces sometime after arriving in NYC and before killing himself, or this whole thing is a phony staged hoax just like a dozen or so hoaxes we've seen over the last few years. An evil hoax designed to rally hatred between cops and the people they are supposed to serve and protect.
When I first saw this on the news, it was immediately obvious to me that it was a false flag. First of all, the American media rarely cares about stuff that goes on in other countries, unless it's connected to something I already know is fake, like "ISIS." CNN ran with this story all day, conveniently ditching the embarrassing Torture Report. Of course, this hostage taking was done right across the street from Channel 7, who did all the reporting on it (remember how I connected a lot of fake stuff with one of the Illuminati's favorite numbers?).
The timing was interesting, seeing that the event took place on the second anniversary of the (hardly mentioned by the mainstream media) Sandy Hook School Shooting. It also turns out, unsurprisingly to me, that this was done at the exact location of an earlier drill:
We're coming up on the 2nd anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting, which I'm convinced is a hoax. No children were killed. The shooter is a fabrication, or maybe he's just his own older brother.
Here is the link to the much anticipated, and probably the most highly censored video on the Internet: We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook. I admit I haven't had time to see the whole thing, but it comes highly recommended from people I have grown to trust. If you don't have time for that, here's another video of the guy that caused me to question the entire event in the first place:
And here's a video comparing a friend of the shooter, Adam Lanza, with the sister of ISIS "victim" James Foley.
I could rant on about the torture report, I guess. There was nothing that surprised me about it, except for the fact that it was released in the first place. And I didn't know about the rectal feeding (I wasn't aware that anyone could be fed rectally ... I mean seriously, does that actually work?). I also think it's interesting the CIA paid this SOBeighty million dollars to design the torture program. Imagine how many people you could feed with eighty million dollars. But no, that tax-payer money was spent on something they now admit doesn't work. Except it DID work. It got confessions out of people, which is precisely what torture is used for. But now, the 9-11 confessions are suspect. Well, anyway, time's up on my computer, so I have to go ...
I believe it's up to each and every one of us to contribute our own special talents to make this world a better place for all of us. I'm currently locked out of my political Twitter account (@jodypaulson), but I highly recommend @greentaralady for lighter, greener fare.
Grandfather, look at our brokenness. We know that in all creation only the human family has strayed from the sacred way. We know that we are the ones who are divided and we are the ones who must come back together to walk in the sacred way. Grandfather, sacred one, teach us love, compassion, and honor that we may heal the earth and heal each other.