(Editor’s Note: This was initially submitted as a comment at MHB on August 19. Indeed, various reportage and analysis from independent media outlets [see, for example, here, here, and here] suggest that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Homeland Security are actively involved in manipulating and aggravating the regrettable events in Ferguson, Missouri.
With this in mind, it should also be noted that a 2013 report from Judicial Watch revealed how the Department of Justice’s “Community Relations Service, was deployed to Sanford, FL, following the Trayvon Martin shooting to help organize and manage rallies and protests against George Zimmerman.” -JFT)
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A recent comment on the “New Interview” thread embedded this fascinating video:
Starting with the words “Ferguson is a full-scaled staged event,” it reminded me that we can’t take any new story at face value. As I watched the video, I thought of a video Paul Craig Roberts had linked to earlier this week:
In the back of my mind, I had in fact connected the fake Marathon event from last year with this one, because both involved martial law exercises.
But somehow, while it was completely obvious to me that Boston was a pretext for testing what it takes to get a predominantly white urban and suburban region to cheer on martial law, in a way I took Ferguson at face value. Silly me. The thing is, in conversation with a friend just after the event, I pondered how blacks must feel after that black guy in Staten Island was viciously murdered, on tape, by cops, for no reason, just the other day. Made sense that America’s black people, who feel united in such matters, would make the connection more easily than the typical white person.
I’m not the typical white person, glad to admit. Thinking about these videos, it occurred to me that it doesn’t matter how ridiculous the justification, how trivial the supposed triggering event, mass behavior can easily be initiated and controlled. Well, obviously, I have noted this before, but it always seems like a brainstorm when you make a new connection like this. I pictured a clutch of intelligence operatives, in white lab coats, clipboard in hand, checking off the list of social science items, as their pageants are presented, as in a propaganda film produced for high school kids in the 50s.
Here, possibly, in Ferguson, we might be observing only the most recent in the staccato sequence of false flags we at MHB have spent the last couple years examining.
Think about it. This might be the laboratory scientists observing how white America reacts to a false flag killing by a white cop, and how blacks in a confined, mostly black community with a mostly white police force would initially react, and how easily Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton could get national outrage going on the part of black people in general.
Certainly, if the experimenters wanted to generate a race war in the aftermath of the random event of George Zimmerman/Travon Martin, Jesse and Al were pretty much a failure—even with Eric Holder’s Department of Justice muscling into the picture, and the president piping up periodically to keep the pot stirred.
Still, it must have seemed to the lab coats behind the glass, a scenario with great potential–if they could control it from the start. Random things that happen in the affairs of Mundanes can become fodder for our masters, in their quest to understand us, so as to change us. Think of the weirdly wonderful movie Dark City.
Some commentators have pointed out that it is very suspicious that there was no dash-cam to record the event; PCR in the same article, tells us that the police department has such cameras on a shelf somewhere, but chose not to install them. Why? Could it be because this test was long in preparation, and ambiguity was essential to finding out what emotions the canned reporting would evoke in different racial/economic groups, when it’s only he-said-she-said, and no physical evidence exists?
Think about it. In the case of Zimmerman/Martin, it all went terribly wrong for the lab coats: Zimmerman was, tragically, not an Aryan, as his name clearly indicated, who could effortlessly be presented as a crazed Nazi with an ubermensch mentality; he was essentially a garden variety Puerto Rican. And the guy he killed, it turned out, was not the little kid buying candy and iced tea, but a full grown man, a vicious thug, expert in mixed martial arts, with a long history of entanglements with the law–apparently out that night casing suburban houses for future burglaries. And the candy and iced tea just happened to be two ingredients in a three-part recipe for a psychoactive drug cocktail! Quelle Desastre!
Try as they might, the usual race-hustlers and their media enablers couldn’t keep the lipstick on that pig—but only because they did not make it up from the start. They were trying to catch a wild tiger by the tail, and the tiger wasn’t cooperating.
So, let’s speculate. The lab coats with their clip boards started to think about what went wrong with their impromptu experiment, and decided to create a false flag with all the same elements, but this time they would control each and every turn of the story.
For instance, instead of characterizing the huge vicious thug, completely falsely and disingenuously, as a cheerful, smiling, innocent little kid, they would immediately describe the 300-pounder as a “gentle giant,” innocently traipsing on a Saturday afternoon to visit Gramma’s house, the only thing on his wholesome mind being his very first college classes, which would start in a week or so—and how wonderful his bright future was going to be.
Only later, once everyone had that securely in mind, along with the fact that the white robocop gunned him down in the middle of the street for no reason at all that glorious day, would they leak out the surveillance tape showing him shoplifting an innocuous element for a drug manufacture remarkably similar to Trayvon Martin’s. Pretty much a dead-on match, in fact.
And in the shoplifting video, the 300 pound, no-fat “gentle giant” not only towers over the puny Asian shopkeeper—who looks like he might weigh in at 100 pounds—shakes him like a rag doll when confronted about the theft.
NOW, what will the reaction be? How will the blacks react to the spin Al and Jesse and the rest give it when they read the script? How will the whites, who already felt vaguely uncomfortable siding with the pretty much hard-to-justify behavior of the guns-a-blazin’ white cop, respond to this new plot twist?
As I say, I’m only beginning to get a handle on the potential of what is happening here, but it might be a real humdinger of a false flag, one most of us may not have noticed.
Race seems to be a key trigger mechanism our scientist-masters use these days when they construct the rat mazes they entice us to run in.
I think that people who are attracted to the Memory Hole Blog are likely to opt out of those experiments. We now simply need to figure out the extent to which we’ve already been had.
Patrick Murphy, a frequent participant in the conversation at the Memory Hole Blog, runs a small business in Indianapolis, and is the author of the books How the West Was Lost and The Stairway to Heaven, information about which can be found at Stairwaybook.com.