The new 86,000-square-foot school Sandy Hook Elementary School, built to replace the one demolished opened Friday for the first time to the media and the general public. The $50 million replacement was built on the same property but not in the old footprint. All that remains are two large concrete slabs containing dinosaur footprints that also sat outside the old building.
Still, many would give anything to have the old building back. “But, let me state unequivocally that we would trade in a minute this beautiful new school for the more familiar and ancient Sandy Hook school, built in the ’50s, if we could just change the past,” said Pat Llodra, the town’s first selectman.
Yes, let’s have a look at the so-called “vanguard school” the selectman is referencing shall we? Make sure to examine the deplorable condition of the Sandy Hook School as revealed by Connecticut State police photos taken a day after the incident.
All of a sudden, as if by osmosis and mushrooms sprouting in a forest, reporting on “mass shootings” goes off the charts. Prior to 2007, it was hardly ever heard of in American life.
Then starting in 2012, a plague of crazed, “no-motive,” photoshoped boogeymen comes out of left field. It’s amazing what hoaxes and a Crime Syndicate-controlled media can create.
Looking at the long-term trends and based on my close examination of a number of high profile shooting events, my estimate is that at least 90% of these reports in recent years are hoaxes or agitprop fabrications.
I have heard no plausible explanations as to why there has been at least a 10-fold increase of these reported events against random, stranger targets in recent years.
Adam Lanza has been studied, labeled, categorized, mythologized. Like Gumby or Stretch Armstrong, Adam has been contorted from super-human to super-killer.
Who or what is Adam Lanza, and why did “he” become the “shooter?” The second release from the producers of “We Need to Talk about Sandy Hook” provides an in-depth look into the life of Adam. Watch before this is taken down. The second video is We Need to Talk About Sandy Hook with nearly a half million views on You Tube.