posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 05:04 PM
Driving around today, I was listening to one of my favorite talk radio stations. They were discussing the conspiracy theories surrounding the Boston
Bombing. One of the DJs was saying that he is all about questioning the government, but thought it was disgusting that people were bringing the
victims into it and saying they were actors or that they weren't really hurt.
Of course, I disagree. I think it's important to question everything and anyone especially
when there are deaths and injuries.
But, I do see a pattern emerging.
First, with Sandy Hook, we can't question anything because children died.
Then, with the Boston Bombing, we can't question anything because innocent adults and a child died.
Pretty soon, we won't be able to question ANYTHING if something happened and there was a death. It's as though the government is hiding behind the
victims. They use the parents of Sandy Hook to push their agendas as well as the dead children, but don't question any of them! Each family is now
being protected by their own personal police officer.
When you live in a world where the President has secret meetings with Hollywood insiders, actors are used to train the military in rescue and
recovery situations, and all these incidents seem to happen when drills are scheduled, you can bet your arse I'm going to be questioning everything
and then some.
Please see page 6 where I posted the article about fake and real 9/11 victims. Yes, Virginia, sometimes the "victims" actually don't
edit on 25-4-2013 by Afterthought because: (no reason given)