Tuesday, October 8, 2013

The Connecticut School False Flag Shooting: This Is Indeed Interesting - Sandy Hook "School" To Receive $50 MILLION To Rebuild (!)

I have hoped that by this time people everywhere would finally see the Sandy Hook "massacre" for what it really was... A very poorly run false flag operation that had NO shooter and most probably NO "victims"at all.  It was amazing that a true and thorough investigation into this "massacre" has not taken place to this date, and from all indications will never happen at all.  It is also amazing that now we hear so very little about the "victims" and even the "families" of this supposed "massacre".   Everything now points clearly that again this was a very poorly done false flag operation using very poor actors for the sole purpose of pushing for "gun control" legislation in the United States.....Of course after the criminals in the US government did not get their desired results from this Sandy Hook operation, they decided to go forward with their next false flag operation which was of course the Boston Marathon "bombing".

Just the other day, someone sent me an email that contained an article that absolutely puzzled me, and I do want to share this article here with my own readers for them to view for themselves.... It comes from the "Intellihub" online news service, at www.intellihub.com, and is entitled: "Newtown School District Awarded $50 Million Payout To Rebuild Sandy Hook Elementary".   It brings forward some amazing questions about exactly what this $50 Million is for considering the cost to rebuild that school has been pegged at ONLY $7.3 Million!   I do have my own thoughts and comments to follow:

Newtown School District Awarded $50m Payout to Rebuild Sandy Hook Elementary



When the average cost to rebuild an elementary school is $7.3m, some wonder what the $50m payout is for.

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 27: Neil Heslin, father of six-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Jesse Lewis, wipes tears as he testifies during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee February 27, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The committee held a hearing on 'The Assault Weapons Ban of 2013.' (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
WASHINGTON, DC – Neil Heslin, father of six-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim Jesse Lewis, wipes tears as he testifies during a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee February 27, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The committee held a hearing on ‘The Assault Weapons Ban of 2013.’ (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
By Shepard Ambellas | October 7, 2013
NEWTOWN, CONN. (INTELLIHUB) — The new Sandy Hook Elementary School is scheduled to reopen in January of 2016 after the district was just granted $50 million dollars from the federal government to rebuild.

The old school is set to be torn down, this comes after a local vote approving the funding. Some parents of former students have even mentioned they would take drastic protest measures, including chaining themselves to the school, if the old school wasn’t torn down.

However, all of this comes as a shock to most Americans as a good percentage their sons and daughters attend run-down dilapidated school buildings in need of drastic repairs and upgrades.

In fact the national average cost to build an elementary school in 2013, even at union rates is only $7,393,000, a long shot from the payout Sandy Hook is getting.

A report from ReedConstructionData.com breaks down the national average cost to build a school:

Cost Estimate (Union Labor)% of TotalCost Per SFCost
Total   $122.83 $5,527,500
Contractor Fees (GC,Overhead,Profit) 25% $30.71 $1,381,900
Architectural Fees 7% $10.75 $483,700
Total Building Cost $164.29 $7,393,000
Cost Estimate (Open Shop) % of Total Cost Per SF Cost
Total   $112.29 $5,053,000
Contractor Fees (GC,Overhead,Profit) 25% $28.07 $1,263,300
Architectural Fees 7% $9.83 $442,100
Total Building Cost $150.19 $6,758,400
[1]

So where is all of this money going and who approved it?

Although it is unknown exactly how the money will be allocated at this time, Yahoo News reported, “In May, a 28-person task force charged with deciding the future of Sandy Hook School narrowed the choices down to three: renovating the existing structure; building on a new site; or building a new Sandy Hook Elementary School at its current location — the plan that the task force board ultimately submitted to the school board and was approved by residents on Saturday.

The recommendation came after five weeks of emotional, sometimes-contentious debate at public meetings.”[2] 

Sources:
[1] Construction Cost Estimates for Elementary School in National, US - ReedConstructionData.com
[2] Newtown votes to demolish Sandy Hook School, rebuild on same site - Yahoo News


NTS Notes:  I am surprised that few Americans are aware of this travesty.  As the article states, there are so many questions that everyone should be asking as to WHY it was decided to give Newtown almost 7X the amount of money that was required to "rebuild" this school.    Everyone must demand to know exactly WHY this massive amount of money is being spent, and on what?

OK, I know that I will have my naysayers for saying it... But it must be said.... THIS huge amount of money is obviously being doled out to pay for the silence of the Newtown towns-people, to pay off the "victims" families and have them keep their silence, to give more money to the piss poor actors that did the false flag operation, and to bribe others to keep their mouths shut about what really happened at Sandy Hook last December.   I even suspect that poor actor, Gene Rosen, is going to get a healthy slice of this windfall as well.... WHY else would the US Federal Government so willingly hand over this outrageous amount of money?

Please take this information and show it to others.... This again shows that the entire Sandy Hook operation was indeed a fraud, and now the US government at a time when the nation is totally bankrupt is doling out $50 Million to bury and suppress the truths about what really happened there.  

More to come

NTS

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