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.American Free Press
.Vol XIIIII No. 8 II February 25, 2013II

Page 15, AMERICAN FREE PRESS * February 25, 2013 * Issue 8 *

Many Sandy Hook Rumors Have Mysterious Origins


• Aftermath of mad news scramble leaves many doubting official story



By Michael Collins Piper


.A growing number of people in what is
called the “truth movement” are becoming uneasy with the proliferation of often-bizarre conspiracy theories surrounding the Sandy Hook shooting affair that have popped up, non-stop, on an almost daily basis.
Cautious observers are convinced high-level intriguers deliberately inserted many of these nonsensical theories into public discussion for the very purpose of discrediting alternative theories relating to other very real conspiracies.
Upon learning, for example, that some “conspiracy theorists” believe Sandy Hook was a hoax and that no children were even killed there — a frequent refrain — many in the general public are now dismissing any and all serious discussion of such matters as the 9-11 cover-up, the OKC bombing, the JFK assassination, or even the attack on the USS Liberty as the ravings of “conspiracy theorists.”
Attempts to examine those other very real conspiracies are now being routinely greeted with such comments as: “ I suppose you’re also one of those who people who doesn’t believe those 20 little children were killed at Sandy Hook.”
It seems as though the truth movement has been maliciously manipulated into repeating any and all Sandy Hook conspiracy theories as part of some insidiously crafted experiment in crowd psychology — a carefully calculated operation designed to monitor Internet contact between patriots, keeping an eye on “who contacts whom” and determining which sources are most effective in spreading information, or disinformation, as the case may be.
Precisely because so much disinformation was being spread unwittingly by well-meaning and entirely innocent folks, a lot of people concluded that something had to be amiss with the “official” Sandy Hook story or otherwise — they said — so many good patriots wouldn’t be raising questions.
And that brings us to a very real question: How many of those who have been “raising questions” are really “good patriots”?
The truth is that a vast majority of the Sandy Hook spin has come from heretofore unknown sources, who still remain largely unknown, other than through Internet nicknames, and who helped put out much of the material early on, adding their own often-dubious commentary that helped stir up suspicion in the first place.
The behind-the-scenes powers-that-be have clearly concluded that the Internet is a powerful mechanism to control the course of debate within patriot ranks and have found that mixing matters up by spreading unfounded and often silly rumors is the best way to dilute serious inquiry. And based upon what we’ve seen in the wake of Sandy Hook, this very real conspiracy seems to be succeeding — all too well.
And what is so cunning is that the real conspirators have utilized Sandy Hook to drive a deep wedge that’s split the patriot movement from within. Veteran patriots say they’ve never seen anything like it in all their long years.
Thanks to the Orwellian manipulation — very real“mind control” at its best (and worst) — belief in Sandy Hook as having been a massive hoax is essentially being instituted as a virtual litmus test as to “who’s a real patriot and who isn’t.”
Those who don’t believe Sandy Hook was a massive hoax are denounced as having been “bribed, blackmailed, or coerced” or just having simply “changed sides.”
In short, Sandy Hook has effectively emerged as a cult, with a built-in theology that cannot be questioned. To raise any doubts about the foundation of the cult is considered heresy. And anyone who doubts the Sandy Hook conspiracy theories is being portrayed as a “traitor to the patriot movement.”
One longtime critic of gun control was accused of lending support to pro-gun control forces because he believed children were killed at Sandy Hook — a total disconnect, of course, but illustrative of the kind of mindset that is setting in place. Another was accused of being “pro-Obama” because he doubted the Sandy Hook theories.
It’s almost like Alice in Wonderland.
If there’s one thing we can be certain about, it’s this: There’s more to Sandy Hook than even the most dedicated conspiracy theorists understand — and that’s why they’ve been “hooked.”


. . ..Michael Collins Piper is the author of Final Judgment, the controversial “underground bestseller” documenting the collaboration of Israeli intelligence in the assassination of John F. Kennedy. He is also the author of The New Babylon, The High Priests of War, The New Jerusalem: Zionist Power in America , The Judas Goats: The Enemy Within, Dirty Secrets: Crime, Conspiracy & Cover-Up in the 20th Century, The GOLEM: Israel's Hell Bomb, and Target: Traficant. These works can be found at America First Books and FIRST AMENDMENT BOOKS: 1-888-699-NEWS. He has lectured on suppressed topics in places as diverse as Malaysia, Japan, Canada, Russia and Abu Dhabi.


(Issue Number 8, February 25, 2013,