Truth Frequency Radio
Aug 18, 2014

Source: DHS agents posing as members of New Black Panthers

Monday, August 18, 2014 7:54

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With the National Guard now being sent to Ferguson,
Missouri as the unrest extends into a second week, questions are being
asked as to whether provocateurs are being used by authorities to stage
violence in order to justify the militarized police crackdown.
Trouble flared once again
last night as demonstrators threw molotov cocktails at police officers
while cops deployed tear gas and rubber bullets before the midnight
curfew even came into effect. Numerous reporters said they were
threatened with violence and arrest by cops if they didn’t leave the
Despite the fact that some of the violence and looting
is obviously being carried out by criminal opportunists and frustrated
locals, many are beginning to question whether agent provocateurs are
being used to demonize peaceful protesters and create a justification
for heavy-handed police tactics.
Corporal Justin Wheetley of the Missouri State Highway Patrol last night blamed “outsiders” for the mayhem, with KMOV reporting that the trouble was, “stirred up by influences from outside of Ferguson.”
Radio host Dave Hodges also claims to have spoken to a
source from within the Department of Homeland Security who told him that
violent rioting and looting, “was encouraged and exacerbated by
undercover DHS agents posing as members of the Black Panthers.”
“In the past five days I have been contacted, via one of
my most trusted sources, a member of DHS, who is opposed to the events
and DHS involvement in Ferguson, Missouri. This source stated that DHS
is running the Ferguson Police Department and that their actions are
designed to antagonize and to provoke the locals to violence. He further
stated that he believed that the ultimate goal is to inflame the local
citizens to such a point martial law will be declared,” writes Hodges.
Indeed, video footage of a member of the New Black
Panthers leading a chant which calls for the death of Darren Wilson, the
officer who shot 18-year-old Michael Brown, confirms that individuals
from the militant group are intent on radicalizing the demonstrators.
As we reported last week,
Hashim Nzinga, the leader of the New Black Panthers, also staged a
bizarre scene at the Ferguson Fire Department during which he accused
President Obama of being from Kenya.
Members of the New Black Panthers have been caught
working undercover for the federal government in the past, with the most
recent example being Richard Aoki, who was outed as an FBI informant in 2012.
A key question surrounding the police response to the unrest has been why law enforcement officers were ordered to stand down during looting on Friday night. During the first night of looting on Sunday last week, cops were also completely AWOL.
Whereas militarized police have been out in force to
intimidate and target peaceful demonstrators and members of the press,
they have failed to respond to the very same looting that has been used
as a justification for their crackdown.
“Why did the police in Ferguson refuse to do their jobs?” asks Michael Snyder. “Who told them to stand down? Someone in the mainstream media needs to start asking some of these hard questions.”
The fact that the U.S. Army was conducting martial law training in St. Louis two years has also aroused suspicions.
The presence of provocateurs during riots and unrest is by no means a new phenomenon.
Following the SPP protests in Canada back in 2007, Quebec provincial authorities were forced to admit
that three rock-wielding black mask-wearing “anarchists” were in fact
police infiltrators used to gather information on protesters.
During the G20 Summit in Pittsburgh in 2009, police also dressed up as anarchists in an attempt to infiltrate protesters.
Alex Jones’ film Police State 2: The Takeover
also exposed how the black bloc anarchists were completely infiltrated
and provocateured by the authorities during the violent 1999 WTO
protests in Seattle.
Numerous observers of the unfolding situation in
Ferguson are also starting to ask hard questions about whether
provocateurs are responsible for at least some of the violence.

Ferguson Riot Cop Threatens to Shoot Livestreaming Journalist


National Guard, military police heading to Ferguson, MO


Source: Argus Radio livestream!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/article_970/453768716.jpg

White House blindsided on National Guard callout?

What we have here is a failure to communicate. The unrest in Ferguson has continued for more than a week, including several nights of rioting, looting, and accusations in both directions of violence between police and locals (and outsiders especially). Missouri has tried at least two different police forces in attempting to restore order to the St. Louis suburb to no avail, so Gov. Jay Nixon’s call to the National Guard could not have come to anyone’s surprise today, unless they’ve spent the last couple of weeks on vacation.

Well ….

“Folks didn’t know,” an administration official told BuzzFeed Monday. “The White House did not know they were sending it in.”

Nixon gave “no heads up,” the official said.

National Guard, military police heading to Ferguson, MO


Curfew In Ferguson Shows Evidence Does Not Matter


Curfew In Ferguson Shows Evidence Does Not Matter…

John Oliver Blasts Ferguson Police: Let’s Take Their ‘F*cking Toys’ Back (VIDEO)

Nurse On Site Was Not Allowed to Tend Mike Brown

Breaking Brown

Mike Brown memorial

Four paramedics were placed on desk duty for not administering aid to Eric Garner as he lay dying on a sidewalk after being placed in an illegal chokehold by an NYPD officer. Now an eerily similar story is being reported by the New York Times with regard to Michael Brown’s death.

After the unarmed teen was gunned down by Officer Darren Wilson, no medical aid was offered at the scene, claims a witness.

Here’s what happened according to the NYT:

Sitting outside his building, Mr. Stone said he was jolted by the sound of two gunshots, followed by several more in rapid succession. The second series of shots “sounded automatic,” he said. “They let it rip.”


Mr. Stone ran outside and saw two police officers, both white men, standing near Mr. Brown, who was lying on his stomach, his arms at his sides, blood seeping from his head. Another neighbor, a woman who identified herself as a nurse, was begging the officers to let her perform CPR.


They refused, Mr. Stone said, adding, “They didn’t even check to see if he was breathing.”

After Eric Garner lost consciousness in New York, a seven minute video revealed that EMTs on the scene failed to administer assistance.

“You can [only] hear her say, ‘Oh, he can’t walk to the bus?’” a source told the New York Post.

“Garner should have been immediately placed on a stretcher, and his airway, breathing and circulation checked, sources,” the paper reads. Although one EMT is seen checking Garner for a pulse, she never follows any of the other prescribed procedures.

When Garner told an NYPD officer that he couldn’t breathe after being placed in a chokehold, he lost consciousness and later passed away.


St Louis Prepared for Martial Law 2 yrs ago

This Phony ‘Anonymous’ Site Was Set Up to Trap Ferguson Hacktivists

Vice Motherboard

As military police forces gather around Ferguson, trying to quell an angry, frustrated, and betrayed population, some people are taking their fight online. ‘OpFerguson’, being spear-headed by members of the hacktivism collective Anonymous, launched a couple of days ago.

One site popped up that gave those wishing to voice their discontent a helping hand. allows a user to select a target, including the Ferguson police force and the FBI, and participate in a DDoS attack: a technique that attempts to overwhelm a server by flooding it with traffic., however, is not what it seems. Instead of directing a user’s traffic to the intended target, it instead
collects the IP addresses of whoever logs on. This information, according to the creator, a self-avowed Anonymous opponent, is then open for law enforcement to act upon.

Screenshot from

“This site is mainly a research project,” the creator, who goes by the Twitter handle “ihazcandy,” told me over the phone. “It’s designed to see how social media can be used to convince people who would otherwise commit a crime, but in the moment of anger or what-have-you, they steer into a direction of going from a random person flipping burgers at Burger King to attacking the United States.”

The site has Anonymous style messages blazoned across it. “Today you can help Ferguson,” one reads.

“We are launching attacks against our enemies and we want you to not only be involved, but feel like you are making a difference. Because you are!” another says.

(As of 3:10 PM EST today, the site isn’t loading, which may have something to do with ihazcandy taunting Anonymous to take the site down.)


After the introduction page, you are presented with a selection of targets. The Pentagon, United States Air Force, United States Army, the FBI, the White House, the Marines, and of course the Ferguson Police. Click the button, and you are apparently participating in a cyber attack.

Experts and members of Anonymous were quick to write it off as a fake though. “This is a honeypot Anonymous website,” Gabriella Coleman,
author of an upcoming book on the group tweeted. An Anonymous account also tweeted the news:

Despite this, people are still logging on. As ihazcandy told me, “There are hundreds of people saying, ‘Hey, this is a honeypot, don’t go here!’, but I have 147 people on the site at this very moment.”

As news of the site is spreading, people are clicking in from Facebook, IRC, and Twitter, he said.

The creator sent me a link to the data he had collected. Reams of pages of IP addresses, which could reveal the physical location of those that decided to click the attack button. (He said the collection only includes people who hit the attack button, not just people who visited the site.)

As you might imagine, the vast majority of them choose to “target” the Ferguson police department, but there are plenty others looking to strike the White House and other high profile institutions. While it seems unlikely that police would use the data, ihazcandy is keen for law enforcement to see this data for themselves.

“This is why I set up the research projects that I do, and allow law enforcement to see the data in real time,” he said. “I’m releasing it publicly so law enforcement does not have to say they are receiving it.” As for what he thinks of these people, “I think they are complete idiots.”

One location in particular that caught ihazcandy’s eye was the United Arab Emirates. “This region in the Middle East is trying to influence violence against police officers [in the US],” he said. “These are people who are attacking my country’s military and police forces, so I have no shame in opening every byte of data that I can discover from them.”

ihazcandy claimed that the site collects a lot more than just your IP address. “I can get into their computer, their phone, emails, I can do anything I want,” he said.

As for who ihazcandy is, he has a history of trolling Anonymous. He used to be embedded in the community, before turning against them and passing data over to law enforcement.

Ihazcandy’s other site,
Consternation Security, details other instances where he has revealed the identities of ‘Anonymous’ members. The about section reads, “The purpose of this site is to express our repulsive urge to vomit from the lawless acts done by hackers day after day. if there ever was a code of ethics in the world, it has been thrown out the window. Never should private consumer data be made public.”

“For a period of time, he was posing as an Anon, a bit like a double agent,” Coleman, the Anonymous expert, told me.

Coleman said that this sort of behaviour isn’t actually uncommon. “Anon-haters and trolls have a history of trying to entrap participants, either by stalking them or getting their IP addresses, and working with law enforcement after the fact,” she said.

His real-world identity was leaked, and he left the group entirely. “It was a surprise when he was outed,” Coleman continued. “He seemed legitimate, but he was collecting information on the side.”

ihazcandy told me he was also behind the Cyber Hamas Army site, another honeypot. He is also claiming the OpFerguson was his idea all along. “Well, this is actually my operation. I’m not catapulting off anything.”

That’s not exactly true. OpFerguson has seen members of Anonymous band together to try to uncover the identity of the officer that killed Mike Brown. As the ground battles continue, Anonymous will carry on doing whatever its myriad factions thinks is right—and so will people like ihazcandy.