posted on Nov, 16 2013 @ 07:03 PM
That's a pretty ambitious title but I find myself agreeing with that sentiment.
It really is the best video on Sandy Hook and I've watched dozens if not hundreds of.
She has remarkable organizational and presentation skills.
Everything is discussed with tact and as respectfully as the subject can possibly be approached.
Her conclusion which I agree with is that Sandy Hook was a drill being used to measure, monitor and shape public response to an incident of mass
violence. The entire world through social media and the internet has become a giant laboratory and were all rats running through the maze. This is
part of what the NSA does, learning how we react so they can further shape us with a minimum of resistance from the public.
Whether anyone died or not is unimportant to the larger picture here. Of course if any did die it certainly matters to them - which goes without
saying (but if you don't say it people will think you're a monster for writing such a statement so there, I said it)
She does a remarkable job at presenting all the oddities and conflicting reports and producing a larger context for them to exist in. I'm sure she
could make a 5 hour presentation on Sandy Hook and cover every last piece of minutiae but what she does in an hour and half is truly amazing. It is
such a complex story so full of touchy subjects that it becomes an act of negotiating a minefield to remark on certain people or incidents. She pulls
it off with no hurt feelings or nasty insinuations.
Watch it. If you care about the subject at all.
Just watch it.
edit on 16-11-2013 by Asktheanimals because: (no reason given)