Something stinks in the land of anti-cops.
Have we been had? Did the cops in Ferguson and Staten Island get lured like fish and then bite the bait? Is this all about a higher purpose, engineered in the back rooms of anarchists? Did the media fall for the ruse, hook, line and sinker? Don’t know, but it’s possible. If so, it has worked like a charm.
The nation is up in arms protesting in cities all over America. If we didn’t know any better, these “injustices” and “murders” of innocent “unarmed” large black men have been at the hands of racist officers who are part of a nation-wide problem of systemic racism. That’s what we are being led to believe.
If anarchists were to be organized and mobilized to establish disorder, revolution and weakness from within, where would we begin? Elect haters of America; pare down the military; open the floodgates of non-Americans into the country, pit the races against one another and emasculate the front lines of law and order.
Most of us have digested (ad nauseum) the news bites of the two cases – including a 20 video clip – where cops have been widely vilified for killing unarmed blacks. But we have not extended our inquiries beyond what we’ve been fed. If we look beneath the surface, the odor begins to rise. Consider these facts:
The Eric Garner death in Staten Island occurred on July 17th. Michael Brown’s case was August 9th, three weeks later. How coincidental. Both cases involved police confrontations with humongous law-breaking black males who stood over 6’3” and weighed 300 to 350 pounds. And in both cases, a smaller friend/potential witness was conveniently on the scene. Let’s probe further
1 – Eric Garner was 43 years old, and extremely savvy to police confrontations, having been arrested 31 times throughout his life. He well knew jails and prisons, and the difference between lawful and illegal. He knew police situations and how not to get caught if he was breaking the law, and how to get caught.
2 – The selling of untaxed cigarettes in New York is a huge business rooted in Organized Crime. Eric Garner had to know that boldly selling “loosies” in front of retail stores would come to the attention of merchants who would likely call the cops. His openly brazen and unlawful activities in that manner made no sense. Sure enough, the cops were called. (hooked)
3 – One needs to examine the entire three-minute video, which was conveniently taken by Garner’s buddy, Ramsey Orta, 22, another man with a police record. The video would have been longer, but Orta made several stops during the shoot and reshoot, changing positions for unknown spans of time.
- Orta stood off to the side shooting video long before any altercation, as though knowing a key event was about to happen. Orta began shooting just after two officers arrived and began talking to Garner without conflict. He could very well have come to Garner’s assistance by presenting himself as a defending witness to the police, but the camera was more important. During the dialogue with police, the unarmed Garner seemed scripted, as though repeating rehearsed phrases, oddly polite and gesticulating. Jargon was unlike what cops normally hear from upset black males in the hood. “I didn’t do nothing. I’m minding my own business, Officers. Please leave me alone.” And, etc.
- Early in the video, as the officers stood by waiting for back-up, Orta (the videographer) spoke into the camera audio, “This guy (cop) is trying to lock someone up for breaking up a fight.” (There was no fight)
- When back-up arrived, the front officer reached for Garner’s hands, to which the big man replied several times, “Don’t touch me.” The video is rolling. He is now resisting arrest.
- The takedown occurred as four officers converge. Garner is brought to the sidewalk, with an officers arm still around the neck/head. Twenty seconds later, Ramsey Orta again spoke into the camera (check the phraseology), “Once again, police beatin’ up people.” Once again? Ten seconds later, Orta said, “All he did was break up a fight. This is crazy.”
- Police officers secured the scene as Garner appeared unconscious and 9-11 is called. Orta stopped, changed position again and restarted.
- If powers behind the scenes intended on portraying cops as brutal and racist against an unarmed black male, it could not have gone better.
5 – The Michael Brown situation has its own set of oddities. Consider the following:
- According to the owner of the convenience store, where Michael Brown was seen on camera robbing a box of cigars, there was no history of crime, thefts, shoplifting at the store. It was a safe place, frequented by the locals.
- Why cigars? Not food, not cash, not lotto, not beer…just cigars, for 18 year-old Michael. Was the purpose to steal just…anything?
- Big Michael brazenly walked in, snatched the cigars and walked out the door after pushing the clerk around. As in the Garner situation, Wilson is committing a petty crime in plain view. The cameras are well-known and Michael’s large description has great clarity. Why would this young man do this, knowing he would likely be caught or identified?
- As with Garner, Michael Brown has a witness friend with him, Dorian Johnson, 22, who would later lie to authorities, attempting to demonize the officer. (Hands up, Don’t Shoot was later debunked as a lie) It seemed Dorian had his marching orders and was carrying them out.
- As in the Garner case, Michael Brown is a street savvy kid who would know how not to get caught, or how to get caught.
- When thieves steal, they normally run and hide. Instead, big Michael and friend walked conspicuously down the center of the street. Why would a 6’5” 300 pound thief draw so much attention to himself? (Unless it was on purpose)
- The officer’s initial command was merely telling the kids to stop walking center street and go to the sidewalk. Michael Brown’s needless response (punching the cop and reaching for his gun through the police car window) only heightened the situation to another felony and a violent confrontation with a local cop – for no sane reason…not even for a young delinquent.
Sure enough, grand juries in both cases did not charge either officer with criminal indictments. Nevertheless, the two cases are given special attention by the Attorney General of the United States, race baiter, Al Sharpton, and the president himself who weighed on both.
Mobs formed in Ferguson Missouri as though on cue. Over two-thousand soldiers from the National Guard were called out on stand-by, but not a single soldier was deployed to Ferguson on the night of the Grand Jury announcement, despite the risks of violence. That decision lay solely in the lap of the governor. Riots broke out. Some two dozen businesses were torched to the ground, not to mention a couple of police cars. All this happened under the noses of local cops as they helplessly looked on. The National Guard remained in St. Louis, ordered to do nothing. The sentinels of law abiding citizens were reduced to impotence while decent citizens suffered. Anarchists, looters and arsonists were victorious, thanks to the powers behind the scenes.
Not a good message.
I cannot say with absolute clarity that the two incidents were deliberately orchestrated by higher authorities outside the realm of Michael Brown and Eric Garner who were used as pawns in a larger scheme. But that annoying mosaic concept keeps gnawing, how a few tiles give us a color pattern. But when you put all those tiles together, they can form a picture. I see a lot of those tiles here. The picture is forming.
If hard evidence ever revealed that persons such as Sharpton or others in government ranks either pulled the strings or aided and abetted these scenarios, I would not be surprised. And neither would I be surprised if they were never held accountable.
Something stinks in the land of anti-cops.