This first part of this article was inspired by, and derives directly from, Joe Quixote’s excellent Infowars piece, “Ferguson—Race-baiting for Political Power and Profit.”
Start with this. Michael Brown. Trayvon Martin.
Two deaths. Two killings.
With remarkable speed, as soon as the deaths occurred, they became national issues.
Incidents of police brutality across America are an ongoing fact of life, including brutality against young black men, but these two deaths were selected for special quick attention.
No doubt about it.
Media blew up. The Justice Dept. and the White House moved in right away.
There was no way to walk back those events and diminish their effect on the public.
The waves of emotion grew higher.
Black vs. white.
However, the curious thing was, in both cases the initial reports morphed into…doubt.
You can say the doubts were justified, or you can say they weren’t. Regardless, the media raised them. Police raised them.
Clear-cut cases of murder became self-defense. Maybe. Not sure. Could be.
Which produced even greater turmoil, accusation, and black-white conflict.
And set the stage for an “upcoming evidentiary finding.” A vital element of the covert op.
That put everyone on edge.
What would be the outcome?
Who would lie and who would tell the truth?
How much violence would break out once the result was announced?
If the Martin and Brown cases had been “natural events,” there was every chance the facts in the cases would be clear from the outset. Yes, it was unjustified murder. Or no, it was justified self-defense. And then the whole situation and its attendant emotions would have diminished.
But that’s not what occurred.
Media and the executive arm of government “just happened” to fasten on two cases where the facts were murky. Or could be presented as murky.
Exacerbating the tension.
“The race hustlers choose fact patterns like this because they know each side feels justified in its interpretation of events. Each side wonders how the other could be so blind. It must be because they don’t care, or they’re evil. Michael Brown’s death presents a perfect fact pattern to sow distrust and hatred. Never let a good crisis go to waste.” (Joe Quixote, Infowars, “Ferguson—Race-baiting for Political Power and Profit.”)
In recent years, who is the White House/Justice Dept. private citizen on the scene in these cases? Who is the prime number-one stirrer of the pot?
Many things can be said about the man, but one thing is: he has worked for the FBI. You know, the agency that has run many operations against black leaders—and thereby fomented black-white conflict. Example: Martin Luther King.
Read what the FBI secretly had to say about a particularly “dangerous” Black Panther, Larry Pinkney and why they ACTUALLY targeted him:
“[Black Panther Larry] Pinkney is potentially dangerous due to his demonstrated ability to unify black and white. [Get it?] His associates are Negro, White and Chinese. Special attention is being given to neutralizing him. The areas of sex and drugs appear to be the most effective ones to utilize. His habits in these areas are unknown, but are being monitored with this objective.” (Infowars, Nov. 21, 2014. “Special Report: FBI Attacks Black Panther For NOT Being Racist!” This information, from the FBI’s file on Pinkney, was obtained through William Mandel’s FOIA request.)
Al Sharpton went to work undercover for the FBI, after walking into a videotaped cocaine sting, where boxing promoter Don King was present. HBO played the tape years ago on its program Real Sports.
The usual account, moving forward, was: Sharpton was assigned a confidential informant number, CI-7, and spied on members of the Genovese crime family for his FBI handlers.
However, there is another aspect of the story. It illustrates that Sharpton has had a penchant for playing ball with all sorts of backers—even when their motives are anti-black.
And why might that be important? Because the current standoff in Ferguson isn’t being staged to benefit black people. …