The Sandy Hook shootings in December 2012 have long been a subject of debate by conspiracy theorists as a false flag used for pushing through gun control legislation. The gun control laws haven’t really changed all that significantly (although there were attempts) which seems to indicate it was a failed attempt (if it was an attempt at all).
Alex Jones’ Infowars posted up an interesting article that reveals the FBI is showing zero murders in Newtown, CT in 2012; suggesting that nobody was killed in these shootings:
Recently released FBI crime statistics curiously show that no murders occurred in Newtown, Connecticut, in 2012, despite reports that numerous schoolchildren and faculty members were slaughtered during a shooting rampage in December of that year.
At first I thought this was elaborated on or photo shopped, but it most definitely appears to be real. Here’s a segment of the FBI report:
I’ve tried to find some way of debunking this
but haven’t been able to yet (Ed. note- see below). I’ve read that Sandy Hook is technically a part of a larger unincorporated town called “Newtown” but that is different than the “Newtown” seen in the chart; but even if that’s the case, where are the 26 victims?
UPDATE: SNOPES claims there is in fact a reason for this anomaly:
As it turns out, a recordkeeping anomaly of sorts is at the root of the FBI report’s dissonant statistics for the Sandy Hook massacre. If you followed news of the incident at the time, you may recall that Connecticut State Police (not local city or town police) managed the crime scene in the hours, days, and weeks after the event in Newtown. Accordingly, the Sandy Hook Elementary victims were included in Connecticut’s statewide records, but they were not tallied as crimes of any description in Newtown in 2012. Rather, the deaths were classified under “State Police Misc.” in separate records. Although the state’s murder total was 146 that year, only 110 of those deaths were assigned to specific local jurisdictions in the FBI report. The statewide tally of 146 includes the 27 victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
The fact that this is brought to light the same day that the FBI released an article on mass shootings from 2000-2013 is also noteworthy. What’s strange about this report is that they almost support this twisted idea that the Sandy Hook shootings were a false flag. Here’s why I say that:
The findings establish an increasing frequency of incidents annually. During the first 7 years
included in the study, an average of 6.4 incidents occurred annually. In the last 7 years of
the study, that average increased to 16.4 incidents annually. This trend reinforces the need to
remain vigilant regarding prevention efforts and for law enforcement to aggressively train to
better respond to—and help communities recover from—active shooter incidents.
This seems to present evidence that we need to “aggressively” beef up law enforcement, when in all reality they are being militarized at a pace never before seen. The Pentagon has been using programs to divert military surplus equipment from the GWOT over to local police forces in an attempt to save money. The NYTimes reported on this in June 2014:
During the Obama administration, according to Pentagon data, police departments have received tens of thousands of machine guns; nearly 200,000 ammunition magazines; thousands of pieces of camouflage and night-vision equipment; and hundreds of silencers, armored cars and aircraft.
The equipment has been added to the armories of police departments that already look and act like military units. Police SWAT teams are now deployed tens of thousands of times each year, increasingly for routine jobs.Masked, heavily armed police officers in Louisiana raided a nightclub in 2006 as part of a liquor inspection. In Florida in 2010, officers in SWAT gear and with guns drawn carried out raids on barbershops that mostly led only to charges of “barbering without a license.”
A report by the ACLU on excessive militarization of the police echos a similar argument:
SWAT was created to deal with emergency situations such
as hostage, barricade and active shooter scenarios. Over
time, however, law enforcement agencies have moved away
from this original purpose and are increasingly using these
paramilitary squads to search people’s homes for drugs.
Aggressive enforcement of the War on Drugs has lost
its public mandate, as 67 percent of Americans think
the government should focus more on treatment than
on policing and prosecuting drug users
The timing is also interesting in that the country is facing multiple cases of excessive police force with situations like Ferguson. All of this supports an argument on the purposeful manipulation of drugs in the hip hop culture that I posit in my book on hip hop conspiracies called SACRIFICE: MAGIC BEHIND THE MIC:
Allegedly drug dealer Freeway Ricky Ross was supplied cocaine through a liaison with the CIA and Contra rebels to convert to crack. He would eventually get imprisoned to a life sentence for procuring over 100 kilograms of cocaine but appealed it and served 13 years, being released in 2009. The recurring theme of rappers emulating real-life gangsters played out when William Roberts II debuted in 2006 as a rapper named Rick Ross. Freeway Ricky Ross sued the rapper Rick Ross in 2010 for using his name under a copyright infringement, but the suit was thrown out a few weeks later. Ironically Rick Ross was actually a corrections officer in the late 90s, leading us into the connections between the War on Drugs, the music industry, and the industrial prison complex.
On a lighter note (but more darker in the occult sense), in the book I also explore Ke$ha’s song Die Young that was tied to the Sandy Hook shootings; suggesting a predictive programming incident:
An example of predictive programming would be the pop singer Ke$ha’s song Die Young that came out in September 2012. In the music video she is depicted as part of a satanic cult performing sex type magick rituals and talking about living life like you were going to die young. Three months later the Sandy Hook mass shootings occurred and the song was pulled from the radio because of the deaths of all the young children (note that the song was #1 on the US Billboard charts). After the Sandy Hook event Ke$ha apologized for the lyrical content of the song and revealed that she was forced to sing it. Later she deleted the tweet and claimed she didn’t mean to use the term “forced” but what she said didn’t make things any clearer for conspiracy theorists, considering the occult nature of the music video:
“‘Forced’ is not the right word. I did have some concerns about the phrase ‘Die Young’ in the chorus when we were writing the lyrics … because so many of my fans are young,” she wrote. “That’s one reason why I wrote so many versions of this song. But the point of the song is the importance of living every day to the fullest and staying young at heart, and these are things I truly believe.”
– Ke$ha, MTV.com
We’ve also got the various strange incidents where Sandy Hook shows up in films like Dream House:
…and the more infamous map on Batman: Dark Knight Rises:
If you can explain why the FBI report shows zero victims, please comment below so we can clear this up. And just to clarify; I think most police are good people, but some of these situations are completely unacceptable and need to be remedied. The over militarization of the police force is something of concern to me, as should it be all of you. It’s all related to the same question of how much freedom do we want to trade for oppression in the name of ‘safety’ (or the illusion there of…)?
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