Ferguson Social Engineering

Makia Freeman

Ferguson social engineering has broken out!

The social engineers have chosen Ferguson, Missouri as a place to test their latest distraction anddivide-and-conquer” techniques.

Sadly, Ferguson erupted into riots, fires and violence after the public announcement last Monday night that the jury had decided policeman Darren Wilson would not be charged with manslaughter relating to the killing of black teenager Michael Brown. The whole town has slipped into lawlessness and violent chaos, with police warning residents that they (the police) would not be able to protect them, and advising citizens to buy guns to defend themselves.

130cdb7a9050cc91_453583698.xxxlarge_2x As much as I can understand people’s desire to stop all forms of oppression (whether it be racism or police brutality), this whole situation is being manipulated to make people’s attempts to get real change as ineffective as possible. It’s setting people against each other and making everyone in the town feel unsafe. It’s redirecting people’s rightful rage in a way that will only get themselves or other innocent people hurt, without correcting any real injustice.

THE FERGUSON RIOTS MAY BE MORE APTLY NAMED FERGUSON SOCIAL ENGINEERING

This whole phenomenon is Ferguson social engineering. Consider the following:

  1. Police Brutality and the Militarization of the Police: if people are really concerned about the rising prevalence of police brutality, where trigger-happy cops are instantly resorting to force – sometimes lethal force – then why protest violently and set police cars on fire? If the issue is really the militarization of the police, then why attack the police with violence? It will only trigger more force, which is the opposite effect of what the protestors supposedly want.
  2. Agent Provocateurs in the Peaceful Protest Crowd: The above point on police brutality is of course based on the assumption that all the violence is being initiated by the protestors – which of course is not fully the case. Governments have been exposed time and time again for their underhanded tactic of inserting agent provocateurs into peaceful crowds, whose job it is to stir up rage and incite violence, thus giving the protest a bad reputation and giving the police the excuse to arrest people and disband the protest. People have been catching these double agents red-handed at Ferguson, e.g. this clip of a guy throwing a brick at the police, accounts of paid rioters and DHS agents posing as members of New Black Panthers.
  3. Looting of Innocent Small Businesses: how does destroying the storefront of and looting small businesses help achieve less racism and police brutality? It doesn’t. Interviews of local business owners suggest that the looting is attributable to outsiders[paid provocateurs].
  4. What’s More Important: Black vs. White, or Controllers vs. Slaves?: Ferguson is another case of race-baiting. Surely the key issue here is how freely, abundantly and peacefully we can all live. If the police state grows, and if we allow cops to get away with brutality and militarize themselves, we all have to live under that regime, no matter what our skin color or race.
  5. What About All the Other Tragic Deaths Every Day, Including the Death of Blacks?: Ferguson is about 1 death. Yes, it is tragic, and yes, every person counts, but why do we always give so much attention to cases like this and ignore larger patterns and trends, e.g. the fact that Western medicine and its Big Pharma drugs kills 225,00 people per year (according to the Starfield study), many of whom are black? Or the fact that psychiatric drugs are contributing to a suicide epidemic in the military, at the rate of 22 suicides per day (again, with many victims being black)? Are those deaths somehow less important because they are not as sensational?

Ferguson was clearly chosen as a way to divide the nation further, and as an excuse to bring in the police state.

It’s a deliberate gray area (we don’t know all the facts, especially whether it was genuine self-defense or not). It’s a topic where both sides feel justified and right (like abortion), so it is being exploited by the elite to set people against each other.

Be aware of the whole Ferguson social engineering phenomenon.

Makia Freeman is the editor of The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com, writing on many aspects of the global conspiracy, from vaccines to Zionism to false flag operations and more, and also including info on natural health, sovereignty and higher consciousness.

This article originally appeared on Tools For Freedom.

  • Larry

    THE BLACK HOLOCAUST
    JOHN W. FOUNTAIN
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    Last Modified: May 6, 2012
    Imagine Soldier Field beyond capacity, brimming with 63,879 young African-American men, ages 18 to 24 — more than U.S. losses in the entire Vietnam conflict.
    Imagine the University of Michigan’s football stadium — the largest in the U.S. — filled to its limit of 109,901 with black men, age 25 and older. Now add 28,223 more — together totaling more than U.S. deaths in World War I.
    Picture two UIC Pavilions packed with 12,658 Trayvon Martins — black boys, ages 14 to 17 — nearly twice the number of U.S. lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan.
    Now picture all of them dead. The national tally of black males 14 and older murdered in America from 1976 through 2005, according to U.S. Bureau of Justice statistics: 214,661.
    The numbers tell only part of the story of this largely urban war, where the victims bear an uncanny resemblance to their killers. A war of brother against brother, filled with wanton and automatic gunfire, even in the light of day, on neighborhood streets, where little boys make mud pies, schoolgirls jump rope, where the innocent are caught in the crossfire, where the spirit of murder blows like the wind.
    It is, so far, a ceaseless war in which guns are often the weapon of choice, and the finger on the trigger of the gun pointed at a black male is most often another black male’s.
    The numbers alone are enough to make me cry — to wonder why — we as African Americans will march en masse over one slain by someone who is not black, and yet sit silent over the hundreds of thousands of us obliterated from this mortal world by someone black like us, like me. It is a numbing truth borne out by hard facts:
    From 1980 through 2008, 93 percent of black victims were killed by blacks.
    Translation: For every Trayvon Martin killed by someone not black, nine other blacks were murdered by someone black.
    In 2005, — blacks — accounted for 13 percent of the U.S. population but 49 percent of all homicides. The numbers are staggering, the loss incomprehensible.
    Add to the tally of black males 14 and older slain across the country from 1976 to 2005, another 29,335 (slain from 2006 to 2010), and their national body count rises to 243,996, representing 82 percent of all black homicides for that 35-year period. What also becomes clear is this: We too often have raised killers. And this war is claiming our sons.
    But that’s still not the end of the story. Add to that number 51,892 black females ages 14 and older, plus five whose gender was not identifiable, and the total, not counting children, is 295,893 — more than the combined U.S. losses of World War I, the Vietnam, Korean and Mexican-American wars, the War of 1812 and the American Revolutionary War.
    Is the blood of these sons and daughters somehow less American?
    Two hundred ninety-five thousand eight hundred ninety-three . . .
    Imagine the United Center, Wrigley Field, U.S. Cellular Field and Soldier Field nearly all filled simultaneously with black boys, girls, men and women. Now imagine that twice over. Now imagine them all dead.
    As far as I can see, that’s at least 295,893 reasons to cry. And it is cause enough for reticent churches, for communities, for lackadaisical leaders, for all people — no matter our race, color or creed — to find the collective will and the moral resolve to stamp out this human rights atrocity occurring right under our noses.
    Just imagine the human carnage and the toll to us all if we don’t.

    I can’t. I won’t.

    JOHN W. FOUNTAIN

    • Sheep Media

      Great read albeit horrible. Thing is …it’s not Amerika anymore when almost 90 percent of the population cannot even think anymore and are drones to their owner’s money god or from more, just trying to survive for their owners. AmeriKans for the most part are all slaves to ILLEGIT government whom is responsible for allowing this. I’m an American and I have few trusted friends, but both of mine are in the Middle East because we bonded when we saw how their countries were under attack and although it’s not all my country’s fault (because this war on manufactured terror has so many layers to it) we still bonded in love for each other. Do I care what skin color? Hell no. My other good friend is in Africa (I’m a white mutt BTW) ….do you have any idea how Africans have been murdered while their resources stolen? This has gotten so big and then you have the regular people participating in this because they need to feed their family or they gone total psycho from trauma. So we can NOT doing the race thing because it’s people doing this not color. This is a HUMANITY issue to where we all have to step it up and start CARING globally for one another and wipe out all governments and get back to natural law. If you don’t traumatize a baby from the time it’s born, you dont’ screw up a human with a soul and it’s future and that’s exactly what’s been done to all of us. You should listen to Jan Irvan @ GnosticMedia on YouTube and Mark Passio (just google that) because Jan has the research down and Mark has the spiritual stuff down. This is too big to explain in a comment. Just know that as a white mutt, I am fighting for all life forms on this planet and the controllers are bent on genocide for all of us if we do NOT wake up and learn knowledge and unite. That’s not about intelligence. It’s about how these control freaks have us all under mind control. Blessings.