We continue hearing the people of Ferguson, MO describe the violent protesters as people from “out of town.” At around 1 a.m., a woman who wished to remain anonymous stated the violent protesters are not from the community and that they had come down from Chicago. She explained that the protesters were part of an anti-government group called “Revolution Now (or something).”
I have yet to see any proof of these claims, but I know for a fact that the peaceful protesters fought against the looting and violence. At around 1 a.m., small groups of people broke into several businesses and threatened anyone recording the incident. However, many Ferguson citizens fought against the violent outbursts, citing the need to police themselves.
What I find completely odd about the whole “looting and rioting” part of Ferguson, MO is that I have yet to see images of law enforcement trying to stop it from occurring while it’s taking place. What part of law enforcement doctrine allows police to stand by while people break into local businesses and begin stealing goods and burning the buildings to the ground? That’s right, I have yet to see the police do ANYTHING against the looters while it is occurring. Instead, they create a perimeter around the area and simply let it happen. This has raised my suspicions since the start of all this.
Are the violent protesters from another area entirely? What about the possibility of them being government plants? Perhaps the Department of Homeland Security is behind all of this? It is entirely possible. Agent Provacateurs have been used in many instances where it was beneficial for one side or another to show groups becoming violent. Perhaps this is the case in Ferguson, MO?
This wouldn’t surprise me in the least and I will be searching for more information regarding the possibility of agent provacateurs being hired by either the local police, the state of Missouri, or the federal government. I’m certain I will find some information that the violence has been staged, because no Ferguson citizen stands to benefit from the looting and violence. The government, however, does stand to gain.