The only thing that is glaringly obvious about the Sandy Hook Elementary School event is that the perceptive television viewer and newspaper reader must conclude that media provide prepared disinformation. Everyone must subjectively separate what they decide are illusions from factual news prior to speculating on the nature of reality presented by television.
This separation extends not only to reported events but also to dramatically presented individuals. For those viewed in motion, some are authentic and some are actors. It is virtually impossible to separate them with certainty. Digitally animated video, since the 102 minute fake movie that was broadcast as breaking news on 9/11, has become more technically sophisticated and increasingly difficult to identify. With respect to photographs of persons not viewed in motion, one must never wholly abandon skepticism given the ease today of creating digital fake identities or datafakes. The latter, when representing victims, were perceptively labelled “vicsim” by Mr. Simon Shack and his fellow 9/11 researcher, Hoi Polloi.
In the case of Sandy Hook we must investigate to “flesh out” possible datafakes such as Vicky Soto. There is no reason to coin new terms such as “perpsim” for Adam Lanza, “perpkinsim” for his mother. The encompassing term “datafake(s)” is useful. For those conditioned to uncritically accept everything authoritatively presented today by our country’s mainline media this line of thinking receives a priori rejection followed by hostility, both being psychological reaction-formations that accompany fear and denial. These relatively new concepts initially strike most persons as preposterous. Valuable investigators are pegged as “conspiracy nuts” harboring psychopathology bordering on clinical paranoia. Overwhelming evidence, however, increasingly supports such analysis. Not all is fake. How then, are we to separate what is real from what is illusion? It is difficult. Until media reform, we must try.
Were children and adults murdered on Dec. 14th inside the Sandy Hook Elementary School? If so, by whom? If such a slaughter occurred, or something like it, was it done by “Adam Lanza”, a mysterious troubled lad, or was it executed by a hit team? Did media and a hit-team design and execute a narrative in which to cast “Adam Lanza” as a patsy? In either event, “Why was it done?” is the next question. We have enough difficulty, given what we are shown and told today, determining what did or didn’t happen, and by whom. The fact is that we may never find definite answers. Until honest investigations, legal remedies and political reforms, we must try.
At the very start of the Sandy Hook narrative there are mutually supportive indications that what we are being told happened is simply untrue. Bearing in mind that all speculation is necessarily dependent upon media information, the very act of subjectively separating real news from fake news carries with it subsequent conclusions. I admit to personal selection, opting to consider the radio transmission from police hearing gunfire when arriving at the school at 0936. I was impressed by the eye-witness video report of police on the scene prior to sounds of gun shots. That eye-witness video has mysteriously vanished from online. CNN stated that first responders arrived 20 minutes after the first reports of gunshots. If shots, or sounds of shots, were generated by men, apparently police, having access to the police radio band the entire Adam Lanza narrative is eliminated. In addition, it renders other police radio transcripts during the event problematical.
This speculative scenario clears up the question of admission to the school and its monitored security system. A short phone call to the school office, followed by the appearance of police would grant the hit team immediate access. The first item of business would be to destroy the security system’s record. Those in the school office who witnessed this entry would need to be killed. A media narrative of heroics of office staff is appropriate, similar to 9/11’s “Flight 93″. Such is the tangled web of deception. Whatever few minutes of horror and mayhem needed was then easily accomplished. Has the Connecticut police force been infiltrated by professionals trained and employed by some government’s security apparatus? Check out Lt. Vance’s outstanding presence in leading state employees along with professional crisis actors during numerous regional mock terrorist scenarios. Such are not uncommon in conjunction with reported terrorist events. Remember NORAD’s
“aerial attack drills” during 9/11 and the “terrorist response exercise” during London’s 7/7 Underground “terrorist attack”?
What of grieving parents and heart-breaking funerals in Connecticut? If any is fake, does that mean that no kids were killed? Not necessarily. Evil ones now have redirected our thoughts and skills to Sandy Hook. Many TV viewers are consumed by gun-control discussions and controversy. Others are focusing on big pharma’s financial racket of psychotropic drugs.
What evil ones can never permit is the increasing exposure of 9/11, their huge key hoax that set the stage for geopolitical havoc combined with domestic intimidation and control. Serial psy-op media and hit-squad events keep the pot boiling, as they say, frightening the masses, conditioning citizens to living with violence in order to persuade them to turn for protection to armed government-employed men. They also serve to upstage important 9/11 investigations and distract attention from that horrendous hoax.
What, if anything, can we do about this situation? Persons who are beginning to grasp this must overcome their own concerns about personal rejection and fear of being called names by others. We must express, loud and clear to everyone we know, our doubts, concerns, and questions about what we are being fed by television. Above all, law abiding persons must never surrender their own guns to criminals or to men who are paid by criminals.
Stewart grew up on his family's farm located in NE Ohio's Summit County. In the middle of his last high-school year he asked his parents to give their permission for him to enroll, as a 17 year-old minor, in the US Naval Air Reserves "weekend warrior" O-2 training program at the Akron, Ohio Naval Air Station.
He graduated near the top of Hudson Township's 1951 class of forty-seven students. After spending part of that summer on active training duty, he commuted from home to Kent State University and to NAS Akron. The following summer his Navy Squadron flew an east coast logistical air wing based at Norfolk, VA Naval Air Station. He has fond memories of flying at 17 - 20 years of age in these Navy propeller-driven airplanes: PBY, SNJ, SNB, TBM, and R4D.
The Navy enabled him to transfer to Ohio State University and occupied his time again throughout the following summer. By December of 1955, at which time he earned his Bachelor of Science degree, the war in Korea had ended. More importantly for him, education and developing personal convictions precluded him from pursuing a military career.
He went to work within a few days of graduation, with a "Q" Security Clearance from the Atomic Energy Commission, in a laboratory at Battelle Memorial Institute, within walking distance of the college. An avid reader, by 1960 he no longer considered an academic or military career, nor a lifetime spent working in the confines of a laboratory. He took a job in Ohio with Lever Brothers Company, a large consumer products marketing firm that offered a two-year in-field sales-training program. After the two years he was promoted and transferred to New York City where he eventually participated in the introduction of new products.
He resigned from Lever after six years to triple his income, switching from marketing consumer products to industrial sales. By 1968 he had become one of the nation's top producing truck-body salesmen, selling to major truck-rental companies. After learning the techniques of successful distributor marketing, he moved on to become regional sales manager of a company for a couple of years and then the general sales manager of a division of a publicly traded company. He drove the business into a profitable position within his first full quarter's accounting period.
In 1976 he decided to go into business for himself and to return to his mid-western roots. In the course of a year he built an early Century-21 real estate franchise into the SE Ohio region's leading office in all areas: recruiting, listings, sales, and profit. Bored with that business, he began to study the way that personal financial products were marketed, especially "savings-type" or "money-back" life-insurance. These were financial contracts that he could never fully comprehend.
After sending away for The Consumers Union Guide to Life Insurance and reading it carefully, it became obvious to him that accurate information was needed from other than the industry's trained salesmen and their clever General Agents.
He then studied several books on the subject, including Norman F. Dacey's What's Wrong with Your Life Insurance, G. Scott Reynolds' The Mortality Merchants, the classic chapter #13 on life-insurance in Venita Van Caspel's Money Dynamics, and Randal A. Hendricks definitive study, "A Legal Analysis of the Sale of Life Insurance", [The Houston Law Review 810 (1969)].
He decided to recruit and train a marketing organization that would accurately inform consumers, enabling them to make financial decisions in the interest of their families rather than in those of already financially bloated life-insurance companies.
He met and joined forces with a couple of older highly successful and experienced sales executives, the men who introduced the marketing of mutual funds to the American public. Together, over the next several years, he worked with the progressive insurance companies for which they designed products his own company marketed.
In 1980 he wrote and self-published Financial Recovery. Advertised in full-page ads in "Life Insurance Selling" magazine, where it received a favorable review, thousands of copies were bought by individual agents and agencies across America where it helped to create substantial industry changes.
From 1980 to 1985 he built, owned, and managed a company that became one of the top volume diversified brokerage agencies in America, marketing selected financial products nationally, including tax-deferred single-premium annuities before the tax-law was changed from FIFO to LIFO effective Aug. 14, 1982, and selling attractive unregistered tax-sheltered investments before the IRS eliminated them with TEFRA. Before the personal computer age, he struggled to learn how to program the TI-59 in order to provide responsible agents throughout the country a means of calculating and presenting replicable and accountable financial product analyses for their clients at the point of sale.
He made the stupid mistake by entering politics. A couple of friends and Stewart picked a slate of state-wide candidates after helping the new Libertarian Party gain Ohio ballot access. He ran for the Ohio Senate, campaigning on rejection of the state income tax, repeal of the federal income tax, and audit of the Federal Reserve System. He put a sign on the back of his motorcycle's seat that read, "Stop the Federal Income Tax". It got a lot of approving honks. In retrospect, he realizes how politically naive he was at the time. He did relatively well at the polls but unexpectedly generated personally destructive and formidable enemies.
His brilliant younger brother Bob, a PhD geologist living in Florida, had for years been encouraging him to move south. In January 1986, during a particularly cold Ohio winter, he relocated to Sarasota, Florida, a community which he loves today as much as he did the first day he found it. He hopes to live peacefully there to age 100 among interesting neighbors. He is best contacted as Stewart in www.emailclub.com
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