posted on Nov, 4 2012 @ 11:04 AM
Originally posted by CX
Great thread Valhall, thank you.
Hopefully people will take it serious, take away the election element and this would be handy for any riot situation.
See how the London riots flared up so quickly.
It just so happens that the London riots were politically beneficial. It allowed the government to increase security, push through the privatization
of police forces for their corporate buddies, crack down on peaceful protest and start the move to control and monitor all internet communications.
They effectively allowed the riots to continue and escalate through the mismanagement of police resources, creating a public sentiment more compliant
with their draconian plans for this country.
Our government pretty much left the country and took shelter just in case it spiralled out of control further than they could manage, kicked it off
with a word in the ears of about three carefully placed senior officers in London, watched the chaos unfold across the country and allowed it to grow
until the public were calling for the military to take control of the streets. Then the police suddenly and miraculously got everything under control
in one day, and our government returned to their offices ready to use it to push through everything they wanted.
No sane person can look at what happened in August last year and think that this was just a riot, it was a false flag civil unrest performance created
through collusion between police and government.
I don't think the same thing is even remotely plausible in the USA. It takes a lot to get Americans off their ass, and unless a significant number of
people plan to "riot" nothing will happen at all. If Obama loses, lets assume there is a 50% support for him. Of that 50% of support how many do you
think would even bother to get off their ass to protest - even if they think it was a corrupt election?
I can bet that less than 10% of his 50% would protest even peacefully. And when it comes to "rioting" an even more insignificant number would go
that far, possibly less than 1% of those 10% of protesters.
With all the outrage over the economic crisis leading to very little in the way of protest, why do people suddenly think that a riot over this is even