CENSORSHIP SHOCK: Amazon.com bans investigative book ‘Nobody Died at Sandy Hook’ because it disagrees with government version of what happened
(NaturalNews) In a stunning demonstration of online book burning, Amazon.com has just banned a book because of its contents. The book Nobody Died at Sandy Hookconsists of analysis from a dozen contributor authors, and it’s edited by Jim Fetzer, Ph.D. The book concludes that Sandy Hook was a staged FEMA drill carried out by the government to push an agenda of nationwide gun control.
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We have a full download of the book below in PDF form, so keep reading if you want to find out what’s so “dangerous” about this book that Amazon had to ban it…
Whether the authors’ conclusions are well-founded or complete lunacy isn’t the point here. Amazon.com has selectively targeted this book for censorship due to the political incorrectness of the author’s conclusions. Remember, Amazon.com went out of its way to ban Confederate flags in the aftermath of another shooting, enforcing a grotesque, almost Stalinist political correctness in its decision to pull Confederate flag merchandise from its online store (including children’s toys like the General Lee car from Dukes of Hazzard).
“If you disagree with the government, Amazon can pull your book…”
Amazon’s banning of Fetzer’s book is a dangerous precedent of banning books based on their non-conformity with political correctness. “Amazon gave me no reason,” Fetzer told Natural News. “The situation is completely absurd… if you disagree with a government version of anything, Amazon can pull your book.”
This brings up the possibility that Amazon might soon ban U.S. history books that show the country’s Founding Fathers in a positive light, for example. Will books on Thomas Jefferson soon be memory holed by the Amazon Ministry of Truth? What about books that question the cancer industry or Monsanto’s GMOs? Notably, Jeff Bezos is both the founder of Amazon.com and the owner of the Washington Post, a highly politicized paper whose “science” writers parrot Monsanto talking points with absolute obedience.
On Fetzer’s blog, he further explains that Amazon.com had already accepted his book for publication, then reversed its position when sales began to take off:
Create Space and amazon.com review every submission for its suitability for publication and conformity to their guidelines before they are accepted for publication. They accepted and published NOBODY DIED AT SANDY HOOK on 22 October 2015, nearly a month ago. There is no good reason for this book to now be taken down for further review other than that it has become a sensation and has the potential to embarrass the administration of President Barack Hussein Obama, which appears to be the underlying problem.
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What’s so dangerous about a book that most Americans think is complete fiction anyway?
According to Amazon.com, selling a pro-genocide book by Adolf Hitler seems perfectly acceptable, yet something in Jim Fetzer’s “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook” is so incredibly offensive (or dangerous) that it must be banned at all costs.
It begs the obvious question: What is so dangerous about Fetzer’s book that Amazon.com must banish it from retail?
Perhaps 90% of Americans would take one look at the title and consider the book to be a complete joke from the start. They’d call it “loony conspiracy theory” material and wouldn’t give it a second thought. So why bother banning it? Or is the book so compelling that it runs the risk of making “believers” out of former skeptics?
If “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook” is filled with complete nonsense, then why risk making it a sensation from the censorship angle alone? (See the latest indy media headlines on censorship at Censorship.news.) Amazon.com sells all sorts of books filled with complete nonsense, including the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition: DSM-5. If a book’s factual basis is the determining factor for whether it should be carried by the online retailer, then half of Amazon.com’s inventory must now be reviewed and possibly pulled.
Clearly, something in “Nobody Died at Sandy Hook” has the powers that be so frightened that they are desperately trying to memory hole the book.
What if Sandy Hook were totally staged?
I haven’t read the book, and school shootings are not my investigative focus, so I’m not yet informed enough to make any conclusive statements on this topic. But my curiosity is raised, and there are some things we already know about the fraud of staged news events and political events taking place right now.
For example, we know the mainstream media is largely fake and staged. We know CNN uses “crisis actors” and that a few of these crisis actors were also on location at the Sandy Hook event, crying on cue and playing out their roles for the TV cameras (see the video links below). We also know that some of these same crisis actors appear multiple times on camera at different staged events such as the Boston Bombing and the Umpqua Community College shooting.
See the following videos for examples of footage on these “crisis actors.” (I can’t vouch for the authenticity of all these videos, by the way. This is just a sampling of what’s out there on this topic…)
And this one from just six days ago: Sandy Hook crisis actors pose as Paris attack victims!
We also know for a fact that Sandy Hook was seized upon by gun control opponents in an attempt to destroy the Second Amendment rights of all Americans. The crisis appears to have been ready made for precisely such a political push, complete with the imagery of children’s bodies and sobbing parents which, according to Fetzer, was nothing more than elaborate theater. That’s the basis of his book, after all: That the entire “shooting” was staged as a drill. Nobody really died at Sandy Hook, he says, and a quick glance at his book definitely raises some interesting questions.
5-star ratings from Amazon.com readers… so why was it banned?
As the screen shot shows below, this book was receiving 5-star reviews from Amazon readers. (h/t to Rense.com for the screen shot.)