Parents hide Easter eggs and make the task of finding them age-appropriate and challenging but not too difficult. They want their seeking children to feel the excitement of the exploration by not making the treasure too hard to find but difficult enough to provide satisfaction and achievement in the discovery. It is a game in which both parties find lighthearted pleasure. The government/pharmacological/media complex participates in endeavors that are more serious in which the stakes amount to billions of dollars. This triple alliance plays hard and fast and breaks all of the rules because they have the power of the law, lengthy experience in sabotage and they control much of the nation’s perceptions by building a consensus in many areas and about many subjects.
When the triple alliance plants evidence, it might seem similar to parents hiding Easter eggs but what they are hiding is not just a few eggs and chocolate bunnies. The consequences are also much greater if the seeker fails to find the “evidence.” Therefore, it must be accessible but not too obvious and, to be the most credible, should be incrementally revealed, to gradually draw more people into the web of deceit. Children gradually discover that the Easter bunny is mom and dad. People will not so readily discover that the triple alliance is behind the planting of all of those appealing fragments of various semi-believable theories gradually doled out to keep people busy and distracted attempting to prove or disprove them.
The government’s numerous ABC agencies such as the FBI, the CIA, the CDC, the FDA, the EPA, and numerous other groups supposedly function in the interests of the American citizens. If that were actually true, then those agencies are directed by inefficient, unskilled, untrained ignorant buffoons who rationalize their failures with the whoops explanation. The ABC agencies were established under false pretenses and essentially exist to protect corporate profits. If some honest politician (an obvious oxymoron) would acknowledge even an iota of the many offenses of officialdom, the public would fully recognize the irregularities and incompetence and demand full exposure. Thus, the triple alliance must work harder to convince certain segments of the public to accept the idea that Sandy Hook was a hoax.
Otherwise, people are going to wake up to the fact that psych drugs are dangerous and that the FDA should never have approved them in the first place. Then there is going to be hundreds of other questions about government activities and things are going to become very unpleasant.