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Is latest Ford Hood shooting another false flag?

It is said that one of the signature attributes of a false flag event is the co-occurrence of a government drill at the same time as the traumatic event and in around the same place. The purpose of the concurrent drill is to provide special ops personnel (who are the real perpetrators of the false flag incident) and/or professional crisis actors with a cover story should they be seen or caught on film at the false flag event. (For more on what’s a false flag event, go here.)

Bloggers have noted a peculiar phenomenon — how recent mass trauma events were immediately preceded by or contemporaneous with government-sponsored drills, such as Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) drills/exercises conducted by the federal government’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) across America.

As an example, on the day of the alleged shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Sept. 14, 2012, HSEEP was conducting a drill, “FEMA L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters,” at 2800 Main Street, Bridgeport, CT, which is about 14 miles from the Sandy Hook school.

On April 15, 2013 at 2:49 p.m. EDT, a bomb exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon at 666 Boylston Street, killing three people and injuring 282 others. Thirteen seconds after the first blast, at 3:02 p.m., a second bomb exploded 180 yards down from the first explosion, also on Boylston Street.

But what we were not told is that there was a bomb drill on that same day and mere yards from the marathon’s finish line.

On April 15, 2013, at 12:53 p.m., the Boston Globe tweeted that according to police, there would be “a controlled explosion” on the 600 block on Boylston Street, across from the Boston Public Library. The Boston Public Library is across the street from the Marathon Sports Store, which is located at 671 Boylston St, just a little down from the Boston Marathon finish line. The first bomb had exploded right in front of the store. (For more, see “Were Boston Marathon bombings a false flag? – Part 2: The bomb drill.”)

The latest mass trauma event — the shooting at the Fort Hood Army base — is no different.

On April 2, 2014, a mass shooting occurred at the Fort Hood military base near Killeen, Texas. After killing 3 people and wounding another 16, the alleged shooter, 34-year-old Ivan Lopez, shot and killed himself.

The Mad Jewess reports that Blaine Cooper, the patriot who told off RINO Sen. John McCain at a townhall meeting in Prescott, AZ, found a Craig’s List ad soliciting “role players” for a “military mock simulated disaster” at Fort Hood on March 17-19, 2014. (Click image below to enlarge)

Ft Hood drill1We are told that shooter Spc. Ivan Lopez had served in Iraq and was under treatment for depression and anxiety and being evaluated for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

What is less known is that Lopez did not see combat during his tour in Iraq. As reported by NBC News, April 3, 2014:

“There is no record that Lopez saw combat during a four-month deployment to Iraq in 2011, military officials told NBC News on Thursday. At that time, American forces were withdrawing from Iraq. Records show no combat citations or ribbons, the officials said. They stressed that it did not mean Lopez was not suffering serious psychological problems — only that they did not appear combat-related, as is often associated with soldiers suffering from PTSD.”

H/t FOTM’s Wendy, Gingercake, and CSM.

~Eowyn

CNN deception: Live aerial footage of police running into Sandy Hook was of another school

Do you remember seeing this live on CNN the morning of the terrible shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, on December 14, 2012?

I took some screenshots from the CNN Live news video, showing the physical layout of the Sandy Hook Elementary School (SHES). Here’s the first screenshot I took, at the 0:04 mark in the CNN video (label: CNN #1), showing a bird’s eye view of the parking lot at the front of the SHES:

CNN's Sandy Hook school

CNN #1

Indeed, the screenshot above (CNN #1) looks like the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Google Maps’ aerial view. (Address of SHES is 12 Dickenson Drive, Sandy Hook, CT 06482.) Below are two screenshots I took of aerial views of SHES on Google Maps.

1. An expansive Google Maps aerial view of SHES view (Google #1):

Sandy Hook Google map

Google #1

2. A close-up view of the front of SHES which I had cropped from the expansive view (Google #2). Compare the area I circled in red to the CNN screenshot above (CNN #1):

Sandy Hook Google closeup

Google #2

Just to make sure, I’ve placed CNN #1 and Google #2 side-by-side, showing the two are consistent, i.e., CNN’s aerial view of what it claims to be Sandy Hook Elementary School at the 0:04 mark in the CNN live news video indeed is SHES.

CNN-Google SHESCNN (l); Google Maps (r)

Please take a good look at the above side-by-side images of SHES. Note that there are no grassy areas or any tree or shrub in front of the school. Instead, the ground in front of Sandy Hook Elementary School is all paved cement.

For that matter, it’s not just SHES’s front door that opens onto cement paved ground. Look at Google #2 again: The outside of the entire length of the front of the school building is paved cement — no grassy patch, no tree. The same with the ground surrounding the entire school complex, which you can see for yourself by scrolling up to Google #1.

Going back to the CNN Live news video on the morning of Dec. 14, 2012, beginning at 0:05 mark, you see live footage taken by a CNN news helicopter, of police officers running from the parking lot into (presumably) Sandy Hook Elementary School. Here are two screenshots I took at the 0:07 mark (label: CNN #2) and at the 1:04 mark (CNN #3):

CNN #2

CNN #2

CNN #3

CNN #3

Notice the grassy patches, shrubs, trees, and rounded curb area in front of what’s supposed to be Sandy Hook Elementary School in CNN #2 and CNN #3.

How can this be? — since we’ve already determined that the ground in front of (and all around) Sandy Hook Elementary School is paved cement?

Now let’s look at Google Maps’ aerial views of a nearby school in Newtown, Connecticut, 1.4 miles west of Sandy Hook Elementary School — the St. Rose of Lima pre-School (SRLS) that’s attached to the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church. Its address is 40 Church Hill Rd, Newtown, CT 06470.

Here’s an expansive aerial view of SRLS (Google #4). Pay special attention to the area I’d circled in red:

St Rose Google #4

Here’s a closeup of the front of St. Rose of Lima School — of the area I’d circled in red (Google #5):

St Rose Google #6

Do you see the grassy areas and the curved curb — as in CNN’s footage of the running police officers (CNN #2, #3)?

In other words, the CNN footage was of police officers running (most likely) into St. Rose of Lima School, not Sandy Hook Elementary School. But CNN wants you to think the police officers were running into the Sandy Hook school. Why is that?

Beginning at around the 1:12 mark, the CNN Live news footage reverts back to Sandy Hook Elementary School (no more grassy areas!), as you can see in this screenshot I took at the 1:18 mark in the CNN news video (CNN #4). Do you see any police officers running? Instead, everything looks downright serene:

CNN#4 Sandy Hook

CNN #4

According to an article on Intelhub, the footage of police officers running in the parking lot (CNN #2 and #3) was actually taken at St. Rose of Lima School during a drill: “It is unconfirmed at this time if the footage is from a previously filmed drill or an actual realtime drill that was taking place simultaneously with the reported shooting” at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

I tried to verify that St. Rose of Lima School indeed had a school-shooting drill by going on the school’s website. On the “News” page is this message: “Newsletters Are Located on Classroom Webpages.” Alas, when I went on the “Classrooms” page, it’s empty!

What I can verify is that the federal government’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) conducts HSEEP drills/exercises across America. HSEEP (Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program) is a capabilities and performance-based exercise program which provides a standardized policy, methodology, and terminology for exercise design, development, conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning. In the State of Connecticut, HSEEP is conducted by the state’s Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection (DESPP).

On September 22, 2010, from 8 am to 5 pm, HSEEP conducted an emergency “training course” at the Sandy Hook Fire Department, 18 Riverside Road, Sandy Hook, CT.

That address (18 Riverside Road) is right next to — guess what? — the Sandy Hook Elementary School! Here’s a screenshot from Google Maps showing the Fire Department is right above to the right of SHES (Google #7).

Google #7

On the day of the shooting massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Sept. 14, 2012, HSEEP conducted another “training course” drill in Connecticut.  “FEMA L-366 Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters,” at 2800 Main Street, Bridgeport, CT, which is about 14 miles from SHES.

H/t Shepard Ambellas of Intelhub, Advent of Deception, and Before It’s News.

~Eowyn