What has become of the Sandy Hook Elementary school building?
Following is a short 2 minute video about the Sandy Hook school building and its inquisitive visitors. It should leave a thinking person with more questions:
Will this school building where the supposed massacre took place, be the future scene of a government demolition? Will the building parts be dumped in some ocean waters such as the supposed dead body of Muslim terrorist, Bin Laden? If such should transpire; will the ceremony action [again] be shrouded in secrecy?
An inquisitive couple’s visit of Sandy Hook – youtube.com
Moralmatters.org articles about the government and media alleged Sandy Hook Shooting Massacre
Please note that the following articles have pics, captions and many evidencing links to help substantiate this web author’s mini commentaries about this highly publicized media event:
- Alleged Sandy Hook Shooting Massacre: Pictures with captions depict the hoax - moralmatters.org/2013/01/30/
- Supposed Sandy Hook shooting appears as a hoax: Facebook personality draws a plausible conclusion – moralmatters.org/2013/01/16/
- A workable hoax needs people to believe: Was the Sandy Hook shooting a hoax? moralmatters.org/2013/01/11/
- “Sandy Hook shooting massacre is alleged to have been staged: See short video” moralmatters.org/2013/01/09/ – Please note the many comments which followed this [above] article.
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What appears to be a gigantic hoax, perpetrated by the government at Sandy Hook, laid the groundwork for massive calls for gun control, which, of course, will lead to gun confiscation. In an alarming coincidence, just two weeks before, Attorney General Eric Holder visited the Connecticut governor and launched Project Longevity, a project for gun control against violence. How convenient.
We now know the identities of at least two of the interviewed parents at Sandy Hook. Nick and Laura Phelps were interviewed by Wolf Blitzer of CNN……. <<<<<<<< - examiner.com/
“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe.”
[Nathan M. Bickel]
Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel