On December 12th, A.D. 2012, Americans were shocked by mainstream media reports that 20-year-old Adam Lanza fatally shot 20 children and 6 adult staff members at the Sandy Hook Elementary School located at Newtown, Connecticut.
The Obama administration instantly seized on the tragedy as a opportunity to pass more gun control laws. Ironically, faced with Obama’s threat to restrict or outlaw the sale of some firearms, Americans rushed out to stores to buy more millions of firearms.
Since the Sandy Hook shootings, a couple of individuals have visited the Newtown police and fire departments in search of answers to some perplexing questions. They claim to have been stonewalled by Newtown’s police and fire departments and even the school board. The primary individual asking these questions also claims that officers of a sheriff’s department in Florida visited him at his home in Florida to tell him to stop asking questions about Sandy Hook killings. If his story is true, The Powers That Be don’t want his story to be told.
I wasn’t in or near Sandy Hook when the shootings allegedly took place, so I don’t know what the truth is about that alleged tragedy. I do know that the following video appears to be fantastic since it implies that the entire community of Newtown must know the Sandy Hook murders didn’t really take place. A conspiracy theory of that size, with that many participants, is extremely hard to believe.
On the other hand, I also know that the following video appears credible. If it is credible, the entire Sandy Hook tragedy may have been fabricated–probably for the purpose of creating an incident that could be used as pretext to implement more gun control laws.
P.S. Yesterday (September 26th), I posted the previous video. A few hours later, the video was removed from YouTube. I don’t suppose that the video was removed because I posted a link to it. The timing was almost certainly just coincidental.
Still, it’s annoying to lose that video because it offered some very strange insights.
But if you’re interested, you can go back to YouTube and search for “A Visit to Newtown“. If you do, you’ll find a number of other videos by or about Wolfgang W. Halbig and the questions he’s posed concerning the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings which authorities have so far refused to answer.
P.S.P.S. If it turned out that Mr. Halbig’s fantastic story and implications were valid, it would mean that much of the population of Newtown must know that the shootings never really took place. That circumstance seems virtually impossible. But if it were true, that truth would be almost impossible to conceal. Somebody on the school board, in the police or fire departments or in the medical examiner’s office would be bound to “blow the whistle”. The only way I can imagine that the truth could be reliably concealed would be if some sort of calamity struck Newtown, Connecticut, that destroyed the town and wiped out virtually all of its inhabitants. That kind of tragedy couldn’t be a mere flood or a huge fire–there’d certainly be survivors. The kind of tragedy that could kill a whole town would have to be something like a meteor strike, tsunami, massive earthquake–or perhaps even the detonation of a nuclear weapon.
If the government had planned some sort of calamity for Newtown, that calamity should’ve happened before now. So, the whole “conspiracy theory” that: 1) Newtown residents know Sandy Hook shootings were a fraud; and 2) the government wants to shut them up–is undoubtedly absurd.
Still, I’m reminded that on October 11th, A.D. 2013–about ten months after the Sandy Hook shootings allegedly took place–Alex Jones (InfoWars.com) reported that two nuclear weapons had allegedly been secretly transfer from Dyess Air Force base in Texas to South Carolina. I don’t know when these nuclear weapons were allegedly moved to South Carolina. I can only say that they were allegedly moved before October 11th, A.D. 2013, and perhaps even before the Sandy Hook shootings allegedly took place on December 11th, A.D. 2012.
If the two nuclear weapons were actually moved secretly to South Carolina and if that move took place before the Sandy Hook shootings, then there can be no link between the two alleged events.
On the other hand, If the two nuclear weapons were actually moved secretly to South Carolina and if that move took place after the Sandy Hook shootings, then we might have the basis for an interesting conspiracy theory. I.e., Newtown, Connecticut is on the east coast. South Carolina is on the east coast. If someone wanted to nuke Newtown, South Carolina might not be a bad location for a launch.
I am not alleging that any of this conspiracy theory is true. I’m merely suggesting that it’s kinda interesting.
What I am saying, however, is this:
In the highly unlikely event that evidence proved (or even could prove) that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings were some sort of fraud staged by the federal government for the purpose of creating a pretext for imposing more gun control laws–then, the lives of every inhabitant of Newtown, Connecticut, might be in danger.
This possible danger might explain why the police, fire department and school board in Newtown were so incensed by Halbig’s questions and uniformly adamant in their refusal to answer those questions. I saw those official reactions in the video that’s been removed. If you didn’t see that video, you might not be able to see those reactions because I don’t know if those reactions are included in any of the other YouTube videos by or about Halbig that are still posted.
But, on reflection, those reactions I saw were so extreme that they couldn’t be easily explained away as the natural reactions by governmental officials to a middle-aged, amiable fat man (Halbig) who was merely some kind of “kook”. Halbig (and his questions) scared the hell out of every governmental official I recall seeing the now-missing video. Halbig may not have merely posed his questions to some difficult people. He may not have merely posed his questions to members of a community that were all sick-and-tired of the media attention that resulted from the Sandy Hook tragedy. Halbig might have posed his questions to some people who were scared to death by threats of might follow if anyone started to answer Halbig’s questions.
It is extremely unlikely that the conspiracy theory concerning Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings even could be true.
Nevertheless, if it turns out that Halbig is right about Sandy Hook, I might choose to move to Detroit, Michigan before I chose to move to Newtown, Connecticut. If Halbig is right, that community may be in danger.