you are a motherfu*king mindreader, first the dimples now this, both were what i was thinking
everyone that is saying that it was staged is using second hand information and hasnt done any type of investigative journalism of their own, i cant take it too seriously when they arent using information that THEY found that is contrary to what people are reporting that happen
I dig what you're saying but on the same note, has anyone done any investigative journalism of their own to confirm this whole ordeal. Everyone just sees some sh*t on the news and takes it as the truth or fact. I don't think that you'll find any American with any bit of common sense that thinks that the gov't or powers that be have our best interest at hand at all times. The problem with both sides of the argument is that someone chooses to blindly believe some form of media outlet, whether it be major media outlets like fox, cnn, msnbc, or "conspiracy theorists" like Alex Jones and info wars or David Icke. Quite honestly I take all of this sh*t, on both sides, with a grain of salt. After seeing the videos of the people that are trying to call the events at Newtown a hoax, it definitely makes me question some things, does that make me definitively believe all of the sh*t that these people are saying, absolutely not. But I'm not foolish to believe the major media outlets either. Its pretty much the case of whoever has the biggest voice wins. False flag attacks are nothing new, they've been used in many of the major dictatorships, i.e. Hitler, Mao, Stalin, etc. I think people are naive in thinking that it cannot and has not happened to us. Nobody, including myself, wants to believe that something as horrible as 911 or the Sandy Hook shootings could be staged but I would never rule it out. There is too much concrete evidence that shows we have been deceived, duped, misled, and flat out lied to by the people we have entrusted to be our leaders. I sure as hell hope that this isn't just some ploy to disarm US citizens. I just think its a little too coincidental that every time our country goes through some type of major tragedy, that we end up having to give up some of our rights, and in many cases people are so brainwashed that they gladly hand them over without a f!ght, i.e. the Patriot Act and now with the proposition of stricter gun laws and potentially banning firearm possession by citizens all together. Not trying to start an argument here, but these are just some things to think about, regardless of which side you believe.