I’ve been watching videos and reading Internet posts about the Sandy Hook incident. My impressions are not based on any live television coverage, since I do not presently own a TV set. This post is not about guns or the Second Amendment. Aside from childhood games, I have never been fond of guns, have never held a loaded weapon in my hand. Before this controversy erupted, I signed petitions opposing wide availability of automatic weapons. I don’t sign such petitions any more. This post will explain why.
My own recent experiences have exposed me to the seamy world of Intelligence Community psy-ops (psychological operations). From autumn, 2010 through the first half of 2011, personnel from the New York City and State Police, Homeland Security, the Wackenhut Corporation, and, possibly, Scotland Yard installed themselves in the apartment building in which I had lived since 1994. They committed numerous burglaries, in the course of which they stole two passports and irreparably corrupted my computer. They harassed me with wall-shaking music (Ms. K.C. of California heard a short sample of this when she was there in June, 2011) and they poisoned me with noxious fumes emanating from the apartment downstairs from mine, which was occupied by a Vice President of the Wackenhut Corporation. They shut down the building’s elevator, but used it themselves on at least one occasion. They intercepted mail and criminally interfered with my application for Senior Citizen Housing. They conducted an intense psy-op for the purpose of driving me crazy (“gaslighting”), attempting to make me believe that rape, kidnaping, police brutality, and torture were occurring on the premises or at their base of operation in the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Local police would do nothing to stop the crimes.
Now there’s Sandy Hook. When I saw Robbie Parker’s demeanor before beginning his TV interview, when I saw the highly unprofessional and very strange behavior of the Medical Examiner, when I saw that a little girl wearing Emilie Parker’s dress with exactly the same hairline and exactly the same features was posing with the President of the United States, when I saw that a number of persons interviewed in Connecticut by the media bore incredibly strong resemblances to members of the Greenberg-Sexton family of Florida, my intuitive sense told me that something crooked was going on. That crookedness, that corruption, that cynical manipulation of public opinion, is the issue here, though many have insisted on shifting the debate to “gun control.”
What a brilliant psy-op this is! There is no way of knowing how many persons, if any, were killed on December 14, 2012. If children who were supposedly killed are still alive, there is no way of assuring their safety. Persons are behaving outrageously, on the presumption that every grieving parent is a faker. It has been suggested that the evidence of fraud and deception in plain sight is, in fact, intentionally designed to provoke violence for the purpose of imposing martial law. There could be some truth in that. The events of Christmas Week, 2010-11 in my apartment building seemed designed to provoke me into kicking down doors and attempting to rescue persons believed to be suffering. That’s how these monsters work. I survived by insisting “Nothing but reality is accepted here!”
The only solution is truth. Regarding Sandy Hook, the American People – all factions, parties, and shades of opinion – must demand the absolute truth while retaining an attitude of essential decency and humanitarian respect. Come clean, Mr. President!