Is Michael Brown actually even dead? Perhaps his “death” was just a false flag operation. What do I know – I did not see his body. It is a stretch to think such a thing I’m sure, but I am totally confident that this whole story does fall into a favorite category of our government of never letting a good crisis go to waste.
Think back to Albuquerque and the riots and protests (turn off the sound/it’s awful) earlier this year and last. You heard about it, right? The people were outraged that since 2010 the Albuquerque police had shot dead 23 civilians including the cold-blooded murder of a homeless man. He had a name too – James Boyd. The very raw, indisputable “murder” is below and be forewarned it is as disturbing as anything you will ever see.
There was no replacement in Albuquerque of the Police Department by the Sheriff’s Department. There was no state of emergency called. The National Guard was not brought in, no Jessie Jackson complete with sign-up booths for the Democrat party and certainly there was not a team of FBI agents (40) scouring the neighborhoods for any signs of – what? And our jihadist-in-chief, Hussein Obama had zip to say about one dead homeless person or the 22 others.
The difference? Ferguson had the potential to start race riots and Albuquerque did not. With the assist of the media such an “event” has the power to distract from many other areas Americans should be attending to such as the border – the crime, drugs, terrorists and diseases flowing into our country. Conveniently, this specific subject has been tabled. For the moment.
Betrayed, befooled, conned, duped – yet again.
Photograph from – The St. Louis Post Dispatch