Book Review: Nobody Died at Sandy Hook (2015)

It was a FEMA drill to promote government violence on gun owners
Multiple authors, edited by Jim Fetzer, Ph.D.
Reviewed by Brian R. Wright

Nobody_DiedFebruary 16, 2018 posting, editor’s comment: I am reposting this review in light of recent Douglas HS incident in Florida, which looks like a Mini-Me version of Sandy Hoax. At least six contradictions. One of my Tweets today: “Parkland is like all the others–I would say MOST of the others, but I can’t think of a single exception–a real or purported mass-casualty incident for which the only source of news is government and government media. IOW, we don’t really know what happened.” — bw

… and on 11/19/2015 Mr. Fetzer’s book was banned from the Amazon catalog, one month after initial acceptance and posting there.

“Faking a school shooting to instill fear into a population for political purposes is an act of terrorism, where it has become clear that this instance was brought to us by officials at every level of Connecticut government from the teachers and reporters to the State Police and the Newtown School board to the Governor and the Attorney General and the President himself. And this is the ugly legacy of Barack Hussein Obama.”
— James Fetzer

Review of an Important Book that Amazon Refused to Publish

This story first came my way by way of Mike Adams and his report that Amazon was getting into the book ‘banning’ business with this particular title. Which to me proved that whatever the book’s point was it was worth looking into. [The authors made it easy by publishing the book in pdf format and making freely available here… and many other locations.] So I have read the book and digested its essentials. As a professional editor, I find Nobody’s copy editing and formatting less than stellar, but the book is well-organized and the content bona fide. It touches all the bases and answers the hard questions.

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Book Review: And Nobody Died in Boston Either (2016)

State-sponsored terrorism with Hollywood special effects (9/10)
Edited by James Fetzer, PhD, and Mike Paleck
Reviewed by Brian R. Wright

Nobody_Died_in_Boston_EitherNote: The Coffee Coaster is proud to publish this review on April 15, 2016—241 years after the British were ordered to march on Lexington and Concord, Mass., thus leading to, on April 19th, the first colonial armed resistance that produced British casualties: the ‘shot heard ’round the world’ and the beginning of American Independence. [And, ironically, the third anniversary of a major hoax-assault produced, in Boston, by an out-of-control, clandestine, federalized oligarchy for purposes of destroying all vestiges of individual liberty in our country.]

The good news is this book, unlike the notorious Nobody Died at Sandy Hook (2015), was not ‘banned'[1] by Amazon. The bad news is that with the Boston stage performance, many in the alternative community—which initially was all over the false-flag indicators and images in real time that completely demolished the official story—seemed to stop writing and caring a month later. Was it because the two alleged terrorists had hard-to-spell names and a Muslim orientation? Did the government’s case miraculously start making sense? Or did higher priority stories come along, e.g. what ‘the Donald’ ate for breakfast yesterday morning?

In any case, both Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the ‘Brothers Chechen,’ became the ‘it’ victims of the ultimate synthetic-terror tag game—this one apparently designed to groom American TV-Nation booboisie for martial law and 24/7 law enforcement pounding-slash-photo ops. “USA, USA, USA!” greeted the rampaging goons… large numbers of them, too… 9,000 men, armed and dangerous, sources report. “Sleep safe tonight, America, your steroid-amped, federalized, militarized police are here to throw you and your family out in the street.”   Continue reading

Guest Column: Obama Sheds Fake Tears for Wrong Victims

Obama Sheds Crocodile Tears in Push for Gun Control
Infowars, January 5, 2016

NobamaPresident Obama really tried to sell his sorrow and grief during his most recent speech on gun control, in a pandering display that should go down as one of the greatest theatrical performances in political history.

After a long introduction to his unconstitutional gun plans filled with pregnant pauses for effect, absurd jokes and misinformed stats, the Commander-in-Chief, as in previous instances, broke down into fake tears.

“Every time I think about those kids [at Sandy Hook], it gets me mad. And by the way, it happens on the streets of Chicago every day,” the president said, evidently acknowledging that the city with the toughest gun laws in America has a high homicide rate. Continue reading