Was mental “health” Sandy Hook’s real quarry all along?

As Sofia Smallstorm points out in her blogpost titled “Mental Health, Not Gun Control,” the mind controllers are hatching new schemes to ensnare and program anything that falls outside of their predetermined norms.

The prize catch: Children.

See Smallstorm Blog’s post here, which refers you to a thought-provoking article on SETRA, “a new bill/act for psychological testing and programming.”

Mental health reform – by itself and linked with gun control – is still being debated in Congress, with support on  both sides of the aisle. But even one of the most vocal proponents of mental health reform, Sen. Chris Murphy (D/CT), admitted that he is “uncomfortable having mental health framed as a response to gun violence because it risks drawing an inherent connection between mental illness and violence, which doesn’t exist.” {My bf} Go here for that quote.

Nevertheless, despite those facts, mental health reform as a means of curbing gun violence received a big cheer this spring — in the form of an op-ed piece co-authored by Nichole Hockley and Mark Barden, which appeared in The Hill. In “The Time Is Now To Pass Mental Health Reform,” the Sandy Hook pair opine as follows:

“… early identification and intervention in mental health care can help stop gun violence before it happens. That’s why we are calling on Congress to pass mental health reform now – before another threat is overlooked and another school or neighborhood is devastated by preventable loss.”

You can see where all of this is heading, pun intended. The article on SETRA provides a catalog of intrusions that may be the head trip all public school children in the U.S. will be required to take.

Don’t delude yourself that home-schooling is a way out of the trip/trap. Let’s not forget which famous Sandy Hook parent once home-schooled her mentally ill child: Nancy Lanza. The mind-control crowd might be able to use that, too, to widen the net.

 

 

 

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