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Solari Update: The Sandy Hook Mystery

Solari Update: The Sandy Hook Mystery

"Whoever controls the media, controls the mind."
--Jim Morrison

By Catherine Austin Fitts

In America, fact is fiction and fiction is fact.

I keep being surprised when someone I know takes the network coverage of Sandy Hook seriously, not understanding that such coverage is typically fictional in nature - stories spun to serve a variety of interests. Thank heavens for Jon Rappoport's columns this last month unpacking aspects of the official story and its use to build support for a criminal move against gun ownership.

So I was more than gratified when Jon sat down to record this "fireside chat" for the Solari Report on how corporate media is constructed at times like this. What really happened at Sandy Hook in December remains a mystery. Jon helps us stay grounded in the truth of living with mystery rather than falling down the rabbit hole of "wag the dog" manipulations that extend such a tragedy into an ongoing psychic fraud that preys on the hearts and minds of those who give it their attention.

Here is an excellent explanation on why we need to "come clean" from corporate media. Once again, Jon Rappoport tells it like it is.

Pre-recorded audio file will be posted on Thursday.

For more information on Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News.

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