Before It's News
One of the things I’ve found most disturbing about the Sandy Hook False Flag Op is the child crisis actors. Could this sort of lying and being prodded by adults to lie about such a horrendous thing be considered child abuse? To my way of thinking, absolutely. These children that CNN used for this hoax have to be effected in a very negative way, mentally. These children have been brainwashed and their little minds controlled by the most sinister of the Elite.
In the video below, we can see the adult actors are nervous and I would say ill prepared for their acting gig, on this occasion. Their body language gives away more than I think they realized at the time and we can now analyze these clips to get a better picture of what happened there in Sandy Hook. Another question to ponder, is should the media outlets involved in this travesty be held accountable as well?
How were these children forced to lie about such an event? What tactics were used on them to get them to lie and deceive? Was violence used against them or was it a more mental torture. These questions are far more unsettling than I think most of us realize. We have no idea what was done to these children and for how long were they subjected to whatever tactics were used on them.
1. The mind controller is a trusted, loved, and important person to the child.
2. The mind controller hates the person/concept/item who/which the child is being brainwashed to hate. (for example: The mind controller hates dad. or The mind controller hates religion. or The mind controller hates kittens.)
3. The child must agree with the mind controller because the child believes that to not do so might lose the support, love or acceptance of the mind controller. (The child hates dad because to not do so would mean losing mom’s love. or The child hates religion because to not do so might cause mom to not love the child anymore.)
In the above example, the term Mind Controller may be replaced by the words mom, dad, grandmother, the elder, the teacher, or any other significant individual in the life of the child.