Dean: Sandy Hook Another Government Plot


You gotta hand it to Bradlee Dean. The evil government keeps coming up with these dastardly plots to take our guns away, but they can’t sneak anything past this super sleuth. It’s not a coincidence, you see, that the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut took place just days before the UN was going to do just that:

The Sandy Hook shooting occurred just days after Sen. Rand Paul sent out an alert that the U.N. was set to pass the final version of the Small Arms Treaty, supported by Obama the day after election.

Part of the treaty bans the trade, sale and ownership of all semi-automatic weapons … like the one Adam Lanza used to kill 20 children and 6 adults.

The “Batman shooting” in Aurora, Colo., also happened to coincide with the same time as negotiations of the U.N. Small Arms Treaty.

The timing is impeccable.

As we reflect upon massacres such as Sandy Hook, Aurora, the Sikh Temple in Wisconsin, Tuscon, Ariz., and Columbine, we cannot help but see the similarities: conflicting news reports on what happened, who did the killing and the number of shooters. Eyewitnesses in all of these massacres said there were more shooters than the media maintain, indicating the shootings were coordinated and planned. (See linked reports above.)

When the “fire” is started, these government gun banners are right there to strip away your rights in an attempt to gain control under the guise of “putting out the fire.”

Adolf Hitler was responsible for attacking his own Reichstag to start a world war. Hitler was also responsible for sending his brownshirts to incite the people so he could play the role of solving their problems. No one believed Hitler was guilty of these crimes until after the fact.

Then it was too late.

First they came for the morons…

Comments

  1. dingojack says

    Luckily for the Great Liberal Conspiracy™ this moron knows about as much about the UN as he does about German Modern History.
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    Dingo

  2. says

    It’s easy to laugh at the babblings of people like Dean, but the failure of the Senate to ratify the UN treaty shows they have influence. Our policy decisions are now being influenced by insane conspiracy theories. Many of our current elected representatives take nutbars like Dean seriously and are voting accordingly.

    How long until a member of Congress starts calling for hearings to investigate Dean’s allegations?

  3. says

    Many of our current elected representatives take nutbars like Dean seriously …

    Worse, many of our current elected representatives are nutbars like Dean.

  4. says

    Funny how the conspirators aren’t using the obvious tactic. They should shoot more politicians, especially Republican ones. Political opposition to gun control will soften like butter in a microwave if the ruling class start dropping dead from gun attacks.

    Of course it’s hard for nonexistent conspirators to change their tactics.

  5. shouldbeworking says

    Even worse, your nut bars are starting to infect our MPs, some of whom are learning words like “Canadian’s right to own firearms”.

  6. Larry says

    Can we open the FEMA camps already? Get these morons off the street before they hurt themselves trying to twist into illogical knots.

  7. erichoug says

    You gotta love the paranoia of the right wing.

    Just to give a little perspective for those of you who don’t shoot. A friend of mine went shooting this weekend and he said that there was no ammo of any sort to be had at Gander mountain. He was looking for 22LR rounds which are pretty ubiquitous in most places and he said the shelf was bare.

    But the good news is the price tag on my AR-15 pretty much just tripled. Since I’m planning to buy a house later in 2013 and I primarily use it to have something interesting in my gun safe I will probably sell it at a tidy profit. Yeah, me!

  8. dan4 says

    I like how Dean uses the closeness in time between the Newtown massacre and the Small Arms treaty vote as “evidence” that the former was government-staged…and then undermines his own thesis by citing the 13-year old Columbine murders.

  9. kyoseki says

    I know a lot of people planning on buying AR-15s purely as investments, the things are literally flying off the shelves right now.

    … and of course, no ban will take those guns off the street, it’ll only stop the sale of new ones.

  10. katie says

    Yes, it’s a terrible coincidence that something that happens on average every two weeks has happened when something else was happening. It could not possibly be chance.

  11. Michael Heath says

    kyoseki writes:

    . . . and of course, no ban will take those guns off the street, it’ll only stop the sale of new ones.

    The Congress could consider a national buyback program.

  12. kyoseki says

    The Congress could consider a national buyback program.

    They could, but they won’t.

    We’re looking at at least a couple million of these things in circulation running $1-2k apiece (and that’s pre-ban pricing). That’s a good couple billion in spending for questionable gains, it’ll never fly,

    .. and that’s assuming you could get a lot of people to give theirs up even with a financial incentive, which is far from the case.

    I still think the solution lies in training & tiered licensing, similar to the New Zealand system.

  13. jnorris says

    erichoug @ # 10 said there was no 22LR rounds for sale someplace. The local well-regulated couch tater-tot militia bought them all up so they could make there stand against the UN troops with armored vehicles, attack helicopters, air-to-ground missiles and fully automatic rifles. Unfortunately for the Militia, the UN plans to unload free beer into the targeted communities 2 days before the attack.

    And no I wasn’t giving away any secrets about the beer. Why do you think there are so many micro-breweries all around the country?

  14. erichoug says

    @Jnorris HEHE, good one. You forgot about the FEMA death camps and those pesky high altitude spraying dealies.

  15. says

    Tuscon, Ariz

    Even if I’d never heard of Bradlee Dean before this, I can’t take seriously anyone who can’t even bother to spellcheck the name of my city. It’s spelled “Tucson“. -.-;;

    Around the time of the Giffords shooting, I remember hearing this conspiracy every day for nearly a month (at the time I had the misfortune to work right next to a gun store).

  16. dmcclean says

    He’s so close to discovering what sensible people have been repeating for years and years: eyewitness testimony sucks. It sucks a lot. And it sucks even more when the event is something as hectic and with as many locations as a mass shooting.

    So close. And yet, so far away.

  17. Crudely Wrott says

    jnorris @16, you just made my day!

    From now on I’m drinking only Coors and only while I’m spooning in my punt. I won’t support the NW(brewing)O anymore, thanks to your startling revelation!

  18. gratch says

    I have a co worker who spouts nonsense like this and worse every day. UN is working with to create NWO for the Bilderberg Group and that’s why 9/11 was an inside job and Homeland Security is building FEMA prison camps all over the country. Try to explain it doesn’t work the way he thinks it does and you just get, “Look at these pictures of the FEMA perimeter fences! They’re built to keep people in, not out.” How can you reach people like that?

  19. Pierce R. Butler says

    Adolf Hitler was responsible for attacking his own Reichstag to start a world war.

    Modern historians hold a consensus that the Dutchman tried and convicted for setting the Reichstag fire did in fact do so.

    Hitler immediately seized that opportunity to jump-start his police-state agenda, but didn’t get around to launching a war for another six years – and used an entirely different contrived pretext for that.

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