Recently, a few of us were sitting around talking about why it is that so many of those who support the Hampstead SRA hoax simultaneously seem to believe that the 2012 Sandy Hook shootings, in which a 20-year-old man fatally shot 20 children aged between six and seven years old as well as six adult staff members at a primary school in Newtown, Connecticut, was a hoax.
Many Hoaxtead pushers are huge fans of the “deeply unpleasant” (a judge’s description, not ours) Chris Spivey, who in addition to claiming that murdered soldier Lee Rigby never existed, has also been quite adamant that the Sandy Hook killings were a staged event, put on by the Powers That Be in order to defeat the powerful gun lobby in the USA.
Here is a question for Spivey and the other sickos who think the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, but Hoaxtead was real:
How can you believe that it was possible to have crisis actors ‘play’ an entire school full of children, and their parents, and the emergency responders who tended to them, without a single one of those people (a large number of them small children) ever accidentally letting on that the whole thing was play-acted from start to finish?
Think about it: those who question the veracity of the Sandy Hook tragedy seriously claim to believe that 20 children, hired by the government as ‘crisis actors’, pretended to be dead. Faked bloody wounds. Allowed themselves to be carried, limp and lifeless, out of the killing zone. Had the unbelievable self-control not to giggle, or cry, or even open their eyes for hours, while chaos was unfolding around them.
Never once did a six-year-old decide he had to use the toilet RIGHT NOW, or a seven-year-old decide to open her eyes and peek at what was happening.
Others, chosen to play the physically wounded, or severely traumatised, played those roles perfectly, remembering exactly how to cry convincingly, to look appropriately shell-shocked, to say the right words to those not ‘in on the hoax’.
And not a single one of those children, now aged 10 or 11, has ever said one single word to anyone about this unbelievably strange event. Not one. Ever.
Astonishing, no? Not only did they all learn their roles and execute them perfectly, but they all had the self-control and training to avoid blurting out the truth to anyone, for nearly four years and counting.
Contrast this with the Hampstead hoax
Despite believing that a group of American children could easily, one might even say effortlessly, fake a huge, public massacre without breathing a word about it, Hoaxtead mobsters utterly refuse to believe that two children, aged eight and nine, could possibly be bullied, abused, sleep-deprived, and tortured into memorising a script about having been subjected to the most horrific sexual abuse imaginable.
No, no, not possible. They couldn’t have been coached. It had to have been real.
Even though this same group of people will stoutly maintain that it was perfectly possible for a much larger group of kids to memorise scripts that would have taken far more coordination, cooperation, and self-control, not to mention the ability to remain tight-lipped about it for years afterward.
Two groups of kids. One group—the younger of the two, no less—perfectly able to adhere seamlessly to a script; the other, older, but completely unable to memorise a script, even under extreme physical and emotional duress.
How can the Hoaxtead mob claim to believe that Sandy Hook was a hoax, but Hoaxtead was completely real?
Simple: People like things that reinforce their own beliefs. And both these events bolster the personal belief systems of many conspiracy theorists.
Those who think Sandy Hook was faked believe that the government (or the Powers That Be, or someone) has a vested interest in convincing people to give up their personal freedoms. In the United States, this translates to “they’re coming for your guns!” It’s all part of the dastardly plot to deprive people of freedom, whilst tightening the grip of the government on an unwitting public.
And those who think the Hampstead SRA hoax was real believe that the Powers That Be have a vested interest in terrorising, sexually abusing, and ultimately indoctrinating young children so that they will grow up to become members of the ruling elite themselves. The rallying cry behind all this is “They’re coming for your children!” And to the Hoaxtead mob, it’s all part of the dastardly plot to deprive people of their freedom, whilst tightening the grip of…wait, haven’t we heard this before?
Ultimately, those who believe in these lies—that the ghastly murder of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook was faked, or that there are baby-eating, blood-drinking, child-raping cult members lurking in the shadows of a leafy North London community—don’t care that they appear to contradict one another. It’s not about what’s rational or even plausible; it’s about what makes these people feel that their deranged personal world views are valid and right.