from Vigilant Citizen:
A “lone sniper” killed 5 police officers while injuring 11 others amidst a protest against police killings. This violent event occurred at a strategic time and perfectly serves the elite’s race war agenda. Was Micah Johnson a patsy of the elite?
The violent deaths of two Black men at the hand of police has prompted, once again, nationwide protest against police killings, especially within the Black community. The fact that the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were recorded on film only accentuated the outrage throughout the U.S. as viewers witnessed the graphic and sickening sight of murder. The videos also prevented police from providing an “official”, whitewashed account of the events.
These deaths ignited yet another national debate around the use of lethal force by police in situations devoid of immediate danger. Once again, Americans were faced with the fact that law enforcement has violated its own motto “to serve and protect” by killing citizens who could and should have been handled in a controlled and professional matter.
he resulting debate on the role and responsibilities of law enforcement was, however, quickly replaced by something more in tune with the elite’s agenda: Fear and racial division. Indeed, less than 48 hours after the police killings and at the height of national protest, a Black gunman shot and killed 5 police officers while injuring 11 others during a Black Lives Matter march in Dallas. The killer was later identified as Micah Johnson, a military veteran who “wanted to kill white people”. The powers that be could not have asked for a better event to change the narrative, polarize the population, accentuate racial division and justify more police oppression.
So was Micah Johnson a patsy programmed to carry out this elite-friendly operation? Difficult to say for sure. However, a look at the killer’s story provides important insight as his strange path is indeed symptomatic of a programmed slave.
Micah Johnson – Programmed in the Military?
Johnson lived in Mesquite, Texas with his mother in a middle-class suburban home. His friends described him as “sweet-hearted joker” who was involved in his community and worked with special-needs children. In 2009, Johnson enrolled in the military.
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