I've been looking for one thing in the Sandy Hook saga. Specifically, I've been wondering if there were any school shooting related drills happening at the same time as the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary.
On 9/11/2001, the US government was running drills of planes being hijacked, planes crashing into buildings, fake blips being inserted onto air traffic radar, and drills that sent fighter jets away from the Northeast corridor, which would have been available to respond to real world attacks.
On 7/7/2005, while someone was bombing a bus in London and similar activities in the London subway, the UK government was running drills -- at the exact same time (just like 9/11) -- of what would happen if somebody bombed the subway and buses.
These are drills gone real world. It's the key to knowing they are false flag operations.
In Aurora, Colorado, while someone was shooting up a movie theater, there was also a drill going on at a nearby university of what would happen if somebody attacked people in a movie theater.
Strange ... but now the odds are getting pretty damn astronomical that all this could just be a coincidence.
Especially, when we factor in that virtually every single "terrorist plot" in the USA since 9/11 has been an operation by the FBI.
It seems far too much to be mere coincidence.
Since the Sandy Hook thing occurred, it seemed that there are a number of strange things that don't seem to add up. So, I've been on the lookout for a school-related drill going on at the same time.
Turns out, the Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection -- in conjuction with FEMA -- was running a drill at exactly 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, December 14, 2012, in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This drill was called, "Planning for the Needs of Children in Disasters."
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They call it a "course," and not a lot of details. But this could be the drill-gone-real-world that appears to be the modus operandi of false flag operations.
And let's never forget: Operation Northwoods.
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