Anonymous gets MSM hug for exposing teen rapists

6 comments on “Anonymous gets MSM hug for exposing teen rapists
  1. daddy warbucks says:

    OK, let’s get some exposure and answers on this:

    There is a long history of US government false flags on it’s own citizens (google it) and the whole world ends up suffering the consequences.

    People should (politely) send these questions to CT police and government officials while there is public focus and that something about this STINKS.

    Here is an excellent interview that concerned people should share with everyone they can:

    youtube: Sandy Hook: Cop in CT on Contradictions, Inconsistencies & Gun Grab – Part ONE

    Sandy Hook: Cop in CT on Contradictions, Inconsistencies & Gun Grab – Part TWO

    Veterans Today,12/20/2012, by Niall Bradley

    ‘Sandy Hook massacre: Official story spins out of control’

    “This logically tells us that the real perpetrators are being protected with cover stories of what really happened because if the truth were known, some section of the U.S. government would be implicated.”

    “…and the media focusing the emotional outcry onto the hot-button topic of gun control…I’m left wondering if this was actually the work of some highly trained professional hit team?”

    ‘Was the massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, a psy-op, using what amounts to a ‘death squad’ and a carefully planned mission to terrorise people on behalf of the government, in combination with perception management to shape the narrative and vector the emotional fallout?”

    The John Moore show said that one child had 11 bullet wounds and that #4 buckshot could do that with one shot from a shotgun. Have you heard any media reports of a shot gun at the scene?

    Disarmament Leads To Democide

  2. swell says:

    The Sandusky scandal dominated the headlines for months and months. India’s multiple-rape (resulting in death) story has been referred to as such a total media blitz in India, that it is leading to a complete paradigm shift in that country’s sex laws.

    These worst-case stories ultimately end up driving least-case, nightmare scenarios, long after wholesale changes in sex laws are made.

    Prosecutorial discretion is a fascinating thing. (It is what, for example, that keeps Max and other posters here from being prosecuted for promoting terrorism.) It is what keeps bank officers like from UBS from criminal prosecutions:

    In my local community, prosecutors, or friends of prosecutors, will even go so far as to put up billboards where the freeways funnel into the big city, decrying sex crimes against children, where jurors during a particular high profile case, cannot help but see them.

    The news channels on local television, so tend to obsess on sex crimes and infractions — that it reaches the point of itself, becoming obscenity.

    Consider Naomi Wolf’s exposé on how the FBI infiltrated Occupy Wall Street. Is it so hard to believe that there are agents provocateur influencing Anonymous, much like they drove Christian Valor (aka Se7en)?

    Albeit not openly disavowing “cutout” vigilante hackers, Feds begin to train their own, even how to “monitor computer screens in real-time”.

    So it is up probably up for debate just how much Anonymous actually gets played as a tool serving government.

Watch the latest Keiser Reports:

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