Gene Rosen, the man labeled “The Hero of Sandy Hook”, by Nancy Grace and other media sources…
Okay, I get it: Sandy Hook didn’t produce any bonified heros… so we need to make one up. Because we need one. I guess…
So here he is: the “hero”. Really I hate to do this, but “if the glove don’t fit, we gotta acquit” Gene Rosen as the hero of Sandy Hook and go back to the drawing board… please.
Because even in a society as dumbed-down, doped-up, and generally distracted as the one we’re living in now, inviting a handful of kids who are sitting on your front curb into your home for some juice just ain’t gonna fly for hero status. If that were the case, most of the moms scattered throughout America would deserve the Congressional Medal of Honor.
I’ve even been asked-in for some juice here and there a time or two in my day, but I never considered putting the invitation-extender (?) up for sainthood, though I was properly appreciative, I’m sure.
Give us a hero we can believe in. Give us a guy with some balls.
You know there’s more to this Gene Rosen thing than meets the eye. It is, in fact — actually by the very quintessential definition of the term itself– corporatist programming. The population at large is currently being programmed with these images and this information, i.e: this Gene Rosen thing, and if you are doing your job you must ask yourself why.
Why him? Why this story? What are the puppetmasters trying to tell me or get me to believe? Or think, or say, or do? And to what end? What is the agenda they are working toward with this particular programming? Or maybe better put: applying it to? I see them putting in the work on this thing, devoting time, effort, manpower — and most importantly: cash — to this Gene Rosen thing, but…
You should always ask yourself: “Why?” Because it’s all programming — all of it. They even call it that as industry SOP: “programming”. And they have spent trillions over generations now to hire the finest “think tanks” to study it and quantify it and enhance the effectiveness of it and so on and so forth and trust me they know just how to pull your chain with it… it’s what they do best.
The first I ever clued into that years ago, was actually over corporate toothpaste commercials. They’ve succeeded in brainwashing the American public into using much more toothpaste on their brushes than they need. The ADA says “a pea-sized amount”. And it’s true… it takes some getting used-to, but it’s really all you need to get the job done effectively.
But the toothpaste models on TV have got the whole country heaping it up and piling it on. Because that keeps you running back for more tubes more often, and parting with more of your hard-earned dough. They don’t care that you’re flushing three quarters of it down the sink drain and spending 2 to 4 times more than you should in a perfect world…
As long as you don’t ever stop…
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