Manning R. Johnson (?/?/1908 - 7/2/1959)[ was the Communist candidate for U.S. Representative from New York 22nd District, 1935; he subsequently left the party and wrote Color, Communism, and Common Sense.
Apparently Johnson woke up and denounced the Communist Party as well as the infiltration of the NAACP. In a missed opportunity, Mr. Johnson did not equate communism with jewish subversion. The two are virtually synonymous. He did understand the hijacking of racial equality for the benefit of a few through division and often used the term 'responsibility' to address his race in their need to overcome the social engineering being directed not only at them but to whites as well. His final address below (audio only), shortly before his death in 1959, stands as yet another warning.
Hat tip to helvena for the audio link who said: "Blacks have taken on the jewish mentality of "we're oppressed and we're owed. This of course isn't by accident. Manning Johnson figured it out long ago and I suspect paid for it with his life.. Ferguson is the logical result".
As the sinister Rahm Emanuel famously said: “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things you think you could not do before.”
If a crisis of opportunity does not present itself in the time frame you need, why not ENGINEER a crisis to fit your goals? This is a tactic that has been used by elites for generations, and it is called the Hegelian dialectic.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s work was the very foundation of the collectivist/socialist ideology, and it inspired Karl Marx during his writing of The Communist Manifesto. Hegel was an avid statist who believed that the collective must be ruled and directed by centralized governance and that all individualism should be sacrificed for the greater good.
Hegel wrote that the state “has supreme right against the individual, whose supreme duty is to be a member of the State… for the right of the world spirit is above all special privileges.”
In his dialectic theory, Hegel conjured a strategy by which the establishment elites could control the masses through deliberately created division. To define the Hegelian dialectic method simply, the ruling body must first trigger a problem or crisis that causes the citizenry to react with fear and demand a solution. The rulers then offer a solution, which they had already predetermined before they had started the crisis; this solution would usually entail more power for the elites and less freedom for the citizens.
The world appears divided and chaotic exactly because it has been MADE that way by a select few in the globalist establishment. In fact, if you were to name any war in the past 100 years, any competent alternative analyst would easily produce undeniable evidence of the involvement of international banks and think tanks pulling strings on both sides.
If you don’t understand the concept of “order out of chaos,” then you’ll never understand a thing.
Engineered chaos serves several purposes. It provides distraction and cover for the elites to implement other plans that they would rather not have noticed.
It also provides a scapegoat for the masses, who are now divided against each other. When violent changes are implemented that produce destructive consequences, the people must be placated with an easily identifiable villain. Certain changes globalists wish to make in the way the world functions require the careful exploitation of scapegoats. more
Individual and community responsibility in preventing looting, rioting and general chaos must never be dismissed. The role of agent provocateurs cannot be either.
Agent Provocateurs Unleashed In Ferguson
Emperical proof Ferguson, MO is a STATE SPONSORED PSY OP!
Busted! ‘Ferguson Provocateur’ Caught Throwing Smoke ‘Bombs’ Back At Police, They Ignored Him!
Young man gets tackled by a SWAT captured on film in Ferguson, MO. You've seen the pictures but has the young man been identified? The iconic pictures has been covered every major news outlet but with photo only. During the film footage, I can only identify one professional photographer. In one of the stills you can see a woman wearing purple with a long Canon pro lens. (lower right, with red arrow)Why don't we see other photos of the actual tackling of the young man. Where are the other photographers? Why do the silver cars seem to be going in circles on a two lane road? Was he arrested? Was he questioned and released? Is he from Ferguson or perhaps from Chicago? In the slow motion replay he appears to being helped to the ground by holding his arm. Not quite SWATish looking. Who were the SWAT team members pointing their rifles at. Where was the young man going? Walking into a line of of SWAT. What department does the SWAT team belong? There are many questions. It just doesn't seem right that no journalists have followed up on this. Maybe there is a reason.
We have been inundated from all media with the militarization, or Israelization if you prefer, of law enforcement.
The New York Times has an interactive map showing where much of the surplus military equipment has gone.
ADL, IDF and even training in a local 'church' by an anti-Muslim 'non-profit' group is now commonplace. Spooking residents due to paramilitary police training is just part of the desensitization process.
As a staunch 2nd amendment advocate I understand the role of manufacturers in this supply and demand situation. Due to unfavorable conditions where they are now, Beretta U.S.A. has decided to move all of its manufacturing from Maryland to the new production facility it plans to build in Gallatin, TN. But one local company, Barrett Firearms, takes his concept rifle to a local police department for 'testing.' Now owner Ronnie Barrett certainly stands up for the 2nd amendment but he is also about all the profit he can make. His firearms are out of the reach of most common citizens, especially the .50 caliber. They are very expensive and the market is worldwide militaries and SWAT teams. Right after 9/11, Barrett had contracts to supply rifles to many countries overseas. The US put a ban on export to many middle eastern states but the government didn't leave Ronnie out to dry. They bought all those weapons themselves.
The county's SWAT team is now equipped with the Barrett REC7 -- thanks to private donations and Barrett Firearms Co. in Christiana. The weapon is hoped to eventually replace the M-4 carbine now carried by troops in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and the Bedford County Sheriff's Department is the first law enforcement agency to get their hands on the new assault rifle.
I watched the 2013 movie "The Purge' the other night and was not impressed but the most interesting part was in the opening credits where there was a list of cities while showing clips of the chaos of the purge. One of these cities was Murfreesboro. My first response was that it was included because of the 'mosque' manufactured controversy there. Predictive programming?
|video-The best part of the Purge (Opening Credits)|