London Riots and Provocateurs

If the police shooting of Marc Duggan sparked the riots in London, why didn’t the police shooting of this 19-year-old do the same in the USA?

The answer is simple: the police didn’t let it happen. They quickly came out with their riot gear to disperse the protesters who gathered that night. And that was the end of it- no riots in San Francisco. In London, they likely did more than just let the fire burn by itself: they probably used provocateurs, as reported by young people on the scene who tweeted that people posing as reporters tried to bribe them to go looting.

1- They look like cops, i.e. pretty big and/or buff.
2- They act like cops, i.e. pretty unfriendly and aloof with a telltale bad vibe.
3- They dress like people who are dressed up like protesters, i.e. their clothes look new and not worn-in like the rags on every other hippies’ back.
4- Or they dress up like ‘anarchists’, often with face coverings, but their police-issue boots give them away.
5- They instigate violence.

Here are some examples from Canada:

G20 in Toronto:

Montebello, Quebec, 2007

I am just waiting for some footage like this to come out of London.


5 responses to “London Riots and Provocateurs

  1. This relevant – “The manipulation of history by those in power has been well-covered over. An example of how mind-control and its role in manipulation of events has been covered up by the perpetrators is an article written in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in the Sept. 11, 1967, Vol. 201, No. 11 issue. The article, which was submitted to the magazine from three CIA doctors (Mark, Sweet, and Ervin), claims that riots are caused by brain disease. While the article is correct in the subpoint that only a small percentage of underprivileged urban dwellers participate in many of the riots, the article’s thesis is obviously a slide to prevent people from catching on that the small number of deviants who create riots might be under mind-control or might have some other motivation beyond simply being brain-diseased. Any deception, whether it is an exaggeration or an understatement of the NWO’s capabilities is considered a useful deception for the Illuminati’s double-agents to spread.”

  2. (On the last video…) It’s Quebec. Who cares?

  3. Some of the London riot scenes look like the Taliban moving down and taking over the streets of Afghanistan. They are essentially all young punks as well, but the people are afraid to stand against them. Then were actaully a small minority until the US military went to Afghanistan to help “get rid of them”. They manage the poppy fields there, which are the source for the heroin trade in the USA.

    All you really need is for the bad elements and punks to stand up and the police to stand down and prevent retaliation, and you have this kind of stiuation. Maybe some provacateurs moved it along, but essentailly, I see a lot of kids just running wild.

    The only way to stop it is to stand up to these kids before it is too late. Why aren’t the shop owners standing guard at their shops with baseball bats? Where are the fire departments? They could be hosing down the fires as well as the rioters.

    There are incidents of youth gang lootings in single stores in the USA, which are being called flash mobs. I think if the owners even just grabbed one of these kids, it would scare the rest. They don’t really need to steal a pack of Twinkies or sodas, they are doing it for fun.

  4. The above video suggests that the riots started when the police beat down a sixteen year old girl who approached them during a peaceful protest of the assassination of Mark Duggan. This sparked the simmering fury and resentment that has been building up due to routine abuses and inequalities
    directed toward the impoverished black population.

    Once the riots kicked in, the police were ordered to stand and watch and only half as many were even deployed on the first night as were on guard at the royal wedding. It seemed like someone knew that if the police abused these people enough, there would be riots; and then if they police didn’t stop the riots, the whole country would be in turmoil.

    I don’t see how any of the actions taking by the police were routine or normal. The whole country was hurt by these actions.


    The punishement for even being arrested as a looter is to have your whole household tossed into the street if they are residents of subsidized government housing. I happen to know there is a similar rule in the USA regarding rental subsidies. It doesn’t matter if you are innocent or if someone is falsely accusing you, if you are charged with any crime, you are kicked out.

    Now with 1,700 arrested so far, how many families will be homeless and wandering in the streets? You see that their teens are willing to loot and steal, maybe there will be just more of that with masses of families evicted.

    Yes the looters should be punished, but their whole families, elderly mothers and little children also thrown into the street with no where to go or hopes of affording another home? This sounds like a recipe for more unrest and trouble.

    I think the looters should have to work for free for the stores they ransacked until the bill is paid off. I think they should be charged with arson or burglary or whatever else, but not have the rest of their families made homeless.

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