I enjoy a good conspiracy as much as the next theorist, and have welcomed some pretty eye-opening conversations in recent months, from Marilyn Monroe to 9/11 to the Titanic, but this one about Sandy Hook is absolutely next level.
Was Alex Jones right?
James reckons that Alex was right all along, despite all the legal and political backgammon currently being played.
As James notes in our conversation, the “slain first grader” doesn’t exist. Or, rather, he does exist, but not in the way the mainstream narrative has been constructed.
What actually happened?
I don’t know.
But, once again, trusting the legitimacy of official stories is not a good strategy in piecing together puzzles. And being labelled a “conspiracy theorist” is empty and just an attempt to discredit, silence critical thinking, and perpetuate established views. Ignore such labels.
And when censorship becomes the dominating force, like in the case with this particular event, alarm bells should ring. After all, why would “crazy conspiracy theories” need to be censored if they’re clearly crap? And why would people need to be protected and sheltered from them?
The following documentary (which, obviously, is not on YouTube) is long but superb.
James showed some photos in this podcast, so watching it might be preferable to listening to it. He covers a lot of ground, including questions around
- the absence of blood;
- the car park;
- broken windows;
- actors and fake identities; and
- gun laws.
One needs a strong drink for this one.