Originally posted by ArchaicDesigns
I also wanted to share this bit of info I stumbled upon.
Appearantly FEMA was in town conducting training exercises "for planning for the needs of children in disasters" the day of the shooting!
Weird eh? Well it's about to get weirder...
While researching this further I found this very interesting video which explains how FEMA was not only in Connecticut at the time of the shooting but also in London during the 2005 Subway bombing conducting bomb drills and in the New York area during 911 while it happened!!!
FEMA sure has a fantastic ability to be in the right place at the Rright time before an amazing, well publicized, tragedy occurs.
This is a well researched little video that will leave you thinking,
Anyone else starting to see the bigger picture here?
Originally posted by theAnswer1111
I need some help. I want to post this because it's related to the Sandy Hook subject.
Anyone here able to determine what language is being spoken here?
apparently it Japanese i gave this to my friend and japan and got this reply
"The Police is in the proximity of the Elementary school with rifles."
Originally posted by Severin
reply to post by pinkbirdatabase
I found another image of the nuns taken from a different angle, the nun on the left is definitely holding something, but a gun? NO I don't think it is...
As you can see, it looks too slender and light to be a gun and she is not gripping it but merely letting something hang on her hand - kinda like a rosary or something.
Also, do you think she would be openly carrying a gun at a crimescene with so many people around
(Hi-res. versions here and here.)
...the nuns look very official. In fact they ... even have identification badges. The nuns also appear to be wearing police or military issue 511 Tactical Shoes in a non-suede finish. We have also had a local reader ... saying that no nuns [in the Sandy Hook area] wear this type [of] garb, ... these nuns are not indigenous to the area.
And according to this police/fire department radio log, there were reports of suspects of whom "One may be wearing a nun outfit, headed toward Danbury and Stoney Hill, purple van" (just after 1:35).
Maybe this is all fake. "The camera," so the late, great journalist Malcolm Muggeridge maintained, "always lies" and the bit about the suspect "in a nun outfit" could easily have been dubbed into the police audiotape. But then, why? To give a bum steer to those trying to find out what actually happened? That would certainly be a good way to discredit those unsatisfied with the CNN version of events.
If, as the Newtown Police are said to have reported," there were multiple suspects in "possible nun outfits ... fleeing the scene in a purple van wearing ski masks," so be it. They must have been a different bunch of nuns to those shown above who are clearly without masks.
The Sandy Hook Nuns had a purple getaway van
Originally posted by vkey08
And then had the video maker done the research that should have been done, this bill was first put together and talked about after the Cheshire home invasions, and the fact that people wanted to see the naked and burned body of 11 year old Michalea Petit...
Old news in Connecticut and I for one am firmly behind this bill...
my guess is that they would be able to create a total police state from events like these......just my opinion, i really don't know. but i will say there are too many things that do NOT add up with this story.
Originally posted by Spookycolt
Well I'm failing to see any motivation for why this would be set up?
Can't be just to pass that dumb gun bill, nobody really seems all that interested in passing it, just a typical democratic response.
Nobody pushed to reinstate the gun ban when it expired.
So there would have to be a reason for them to want to pull this off. Look for that before you start building a conspiracy.
Originally posted by theAnswer1111
reply to post by Murgatroid
Thanks. It does seem to be the consensus until I can get my Japanese speaking friend to listen to it. I have heard it could be Hebrew or Greek...but I was not sure. Wanted to see what people thought.