Aug 19, 2014

A demonstrator displays a sign during a protest in Ferguson (AFP)The situation in Ferguson, MO is rapidly evolving: Last week, the Department of Homeland Security embedded agent provocateurs in the form of the “New Black Panthers” into the mix, and the result was exactly what the DHS/FBI/state police/ White House wanted all along: more rioting, more looting, and yet another instance where “racial tension” becomes the main talking point, instead of the fact that people of all races and nationalities are being treated like domestic terrorists if they have the guts to stand up for their Constitutional rights.

Even if the NBP was full of good people who wanted to only keep the peace, it still serves to provide an element of division amongst the people involved in the protest. It’s a huge flag that says, “We’re black, and if you’re white, you’re not a part of our group”, and just as the world’s impression of Israel lately has changed to that of a mad dog due to it’s racism against the Palestinians, worldwide support of a group based purely on racial division (such as the KKK, NBP, etc) is doomed to fail.

kkk Now, as we expected, so-called “KKK” members are also getting involved, and right out of the gate, they seem to be nothing but agent provocateurs:

“With the police state in Ferguson, we will be holding our fundraiser in Sullivan City, MO,” the announcement said. “Donations of $10 and up. All money will go to the cop who did his job against the negro criminal.”

New Empire Knights Imperial Wizard Charles Murray said in the comments section of the group’s website that the event was “being attended by 3 different Klan fractions.”

And to anyone thinking of trying to get in the way, Murray warned, “we have guns (and more).”

“We are raising money for a cop who shot a n*gger criminal,” he explained.

On Monday, the New Empire Knights issued a statement about plans to “guard white businesses near Ferguson.”

“With blacks out of control, we have our Missouri Realm going to areas near Ferguson,” the statement said. “We can’t have blacks robbing and murdering innocent whites. I am on my way down along with members from three different states and members from the Southern Mountain Knights.”

As we’ve discussed on Truth Frequency before, the leadership of the KKK is actually Jewish, and a large majority of these SPLC-designated “white supremacist” or “hate” groups are heavily-infiltrated and mostly-run by the FBI. Most of what I’ve been able to determine tells me that there are definitely provocateurs in the crowd that are paid to do damage to local businesses and make the peaceful protesters look like violent animals.

Some cops in riot gear and armored vehicles decided to enflame things again at 11 pm by firing mace and smoke bombs at people who refused to “clear the street.” Tweets at the scene illustrate that the fight was now between the protesters who wanted to keep the peace and those who wanted to loot.

Now, a question: Are ISIS extremists in Ferguson?

ferguson-ap-photo_0According to the Washington Times, the sign is indeed real:

“Why is there a sign that says ISIS HERE? Either that was intentional or that was unfortunate,” tweeted user Daniel Baggett, the Blaze reported Tuesday. Buzzfeed reporter Miriam A. Berger later confirmed the sign’s authenticity.

Some are even questioning, at this point, whether these events in Ferguson are all staged to create an atmosphere of civil unrest and condition the public to assume the roles of “protester” instead of “citizen” and to condition the police to assume the roles of “soldier” instead of “peace officer”.
The following excerpt was from an article written by a person who seems to have no idea what a “false flag” is, nor does he have an inkling of what hired agents provocateurs can do to a community:

The involvement of Al Sharpton, as well as the family’s decision to retain Benjamin Crump, who previously served as the attorney for Trayvon Martin’s family, suggests that the people of Ferguson are not seeking justice at all, but instead are aiming to create a public spectacle for attention.

In the last several days, police from all over the state of Missouri have traveled to Ferguson to bolster local forces in their attempt to maintain some semblance of stability in the volatile town. With the recent addition of Missouri National Guard troops as ordered by Governor Nixon, tensions are rising even further, with the possibility of an all-out conflict between police and rioters becoming a more likely scenario with the passing of each day.

The citizens of Ferguson are not doing their community any favors. Somehow, the rest of the country understands that justice is attained in a courtroom with decorum, not by literally destroying one’s own community out in the streets.

According to Missouri’s Highway Patrol, it’s outsiders that are destroying the Ferguson community, not the residents:

A spokesman for the Missouri State Highway Patrol says outsiders are to blame for the violent protests that have wrecked the community of Ferguson.

The corporal said the peaceful protests are encouraged, however the violent protests are being stirred up by influences from outside of Ferguson.

“It is the few the aggressors that are taking this situation, this event and trying to escalate that in their favor to bring destruction to the community. It is mostly outsiders who are coming in and destroying this peaceful community,” said Corporal Wheetley.

Part of this plan, of course, is the assault, arrest, and detainment of journalists. Even mainstream media outlets such as Al-Jazeera have been targeted in Ferguson, MO, and the police chief has announced that attacks on journalists “will continue”. This would make complete sense if this was all a series of staged events, because journalists are smart and some (especially those in the alternative/independent media) will completely expose any kind of provocateur activity on the part of the police, the New Black Panthers, or the KKK. And of course, they can’t tolerate that, so they’ve resorted to just coming out and saying that there is no longer freedom of the press, and that if you’re wearing a camera around your neck, you are a target.

“Some of you may just have a camera around your neck, so yes, we are — we may take some of you into custody,”


Scott Olson is placed into a police vehicle after being arrested while covering demonstrations in Ferguson. Photo: Joe Raedle /Getty Images

It was the second time that police have arrested journalists covering the Ferguson protests. Last week Ryan J Reilly of the Huffington Post and Wesley Lowery of the Washington Post were detained for several hours.

Olson said he was “arrested for just doing my job.” As with previous arrests of journalists, no charges were filed against Olson, who by Monday night was back shooting photos.

It is my belief that this was a staged event, intended to bring into the U.S. the idea of “martial law” being implemented anywhere, anytime, for any reason. When the exiled Tibetan monks arrived in Ferguson a few days ago, things began to wind down.

This infuriated the powers that (shouldn’t) be, so they upped their game by sending in not only agents provocateurs, but even resurrected the Black Panther party and the KKK in order to keep the violence going.

Police have yet to release arrests records, leaving open the question of who is to blame for outbursts of late-night violence and looting. Some have made no efforts to hide their faces, others have charged into stores bare-chested, with shirts wrapped over their faces and baseball caps pulled over their brows.

At times, the most violent element hide in alleys, emerging to throw rocks or bottles before disappearing again. Others are caught and taken into custody….

Civil rights leaders and police – at odds over much of what has occurred in this small, mostly black St. Louis suburb – agree on at least hypothesis: Many of the perpetrators are not local residents.

“I’ve said that many a criminal element that have been coming through Ferguson are not from this area. Tonight, some of those arrested came from as far away as New York and California,” State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson told a news conference early on Tuesday.

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Johnson accused a handful of violent actors in the crowd of coming to Ferguson at night to destroy infrastructure and fight with police, then returning home to towns nearby.

“They can go home and their gas stations and their stores are open. Here we have one Quick Trip that burned down and the other one nearby is closed,” said Johnson, an African-American who grew up in the area and who took over security efforts after the mostly white local force was accused of using excessive force against blacks.

Malik Shabazz, the head of a black attorneys group who had tried to calm the crowd, told reporters he believed “outside agitators” and anarchists were behind the worst of the violence.

At the peak of Monday night’s violence, an angry crowd clogged the street near the burned-out Quick Trip gas station. One man waved a “Yield” road sign.

Several onlookers, who declined to give their names, said they believed that many of the people in that crowd of teenage and twenty-something men and women, mostly black, were from out of town and had been looking for a fight.

Others said that the makeup of the crowd had changed over the last 10 days. What began with locals committing crimes of opportunity, like looting, later drew outsiders with little or no connection to the community.

“There are a certain number of people here who are waiting for trouble,” said one resident who gave his name only as Leo J. Wearing a T-shirt with the slogan “World Peace,” he said he had been observing the protests over the past few days. “Some from away, some from here. I’d say about half and half.”


The violent protesters will be allowed to continue doing what they’re doing, while holocaust survivors will be arrested and thrown in jail.


“I’ve been doing this since I was a teenager. I didn’t think I would have to do it when I was 90,” she told The Nation during her arrest. “We need to stand up today so that people won’t have to do this when they’re 90.” – See more at:
“I’ve been doing this since I was a teenager. I didn’t think I would have to do it when I was 90,” she told The Nation during her arrest. “We need to stand up today so that people won’t have to do this when they’re 90.” – See more at: