Amazon Bans Investigative Book ‘Nobody Died at Sandy Hook’

Lower your pitchforks! Lower’em!

Nobody here at CLASH is disputing whether or not the Sandy Hook Massacre happened, I assure you. As a matter of fact, as I (Jayme Karales) write this, I’m pretty repulsed by how the press release below concludes with a hashtag.

That being said, I find it interesting that Amazon has chosen to draw the line here. We have books on 9/11 projecting theories that the disaster never happened, we have books on the Kennedy assassination and how Lee Harvey Oswald may not have been the culprit — how is this any different?

(NaturalNews) In a stunning demonstration of online book burning, has just banned a book because of its contents. The book ‘Nobody Died at Sandy Hook’ consists 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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Should Amazon have banned the book? Sound off!


1 Response

  1. Good post! I work in a library and this is a question we often encounter. Our position is that we do not censor. We have freedom of speech and of the press. Everyone is equally entitled to an opinion but not everyone has to agree with it. This question sometimes comes up when a patron challenges certain books on our shelves. A recent is example is when a patron challenged why we had the Koran on our shelves. Now, I am a devout Christian and do not agree with the Koran, however I respect the right everyone has to choose his/her religion. I would never insist that it be removed. If we start censoring, it doesn’t stop. If the Koran can be censored, then so can the Bible.

    As a secondary thought, sometimes we do more harm by calling attention to books that would likely be ignored otherwise–resulting in the almost direct opposite result of what was intended. Throughout history, people have sought to ban all kinds of books. Look up “Banned Book Week” or consult your local library about this if you would like to examine this further.

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