Wolfgang Halbig, a retired Florida State school safety expert who researched the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012 and concluded it was a “contrived event”, now turns his investigative skills to the shooting at Parkland high school. Halbig wrote the school safety plan for the Douglas high school in 2006, and says that the Parkland shooting follows the same script as the Sandy Hook event: There were no trauma helicopters called, paramedics were not allowed into the school, and it is unknown who declared the victims dead.
Tor is a browser that claims to allow users complete anonymity and is used to navigate the dark web. The Tor Project, hailed as a bulwark against the encroaching surveillance state, has received funding from a US government agency called the BBG and, according to newly released documents, is cooperating with intelligence agencies. Tor has been endorsed by Julian Assange and Edward Snowden who claimed that the US government would not be able to subvert it.
Anti-Second Amendment groups are organizing a National Walkout Day for School Safety on March 14th, and they are encouraging children as young as 9-years-old to participate. The walkout will involve leaving the classrooms for 17 minutes. This could not happen without the full support of the school administrators.
Julius Malema, the leader of the Marxist-Revolutionary Economic Freedom Fighters party led the charge to change the country’s constitution so land owned by whites may be expropriated without compensation. Most blacks have accepted Marxism and want revenge on whites, who they have been told are the last vestiges of evil capitalism. Whites comprise about 8% of the total population of an estimated 60 million people. Malema told his followers to “go after a white man” in the name of “cutting the throat of whiteness.”