Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Baltimore and Freddie Gray

Q. What do you make of the Baltimore riot situation? Is it another false flag? Is it Martial Law training or a test? Is the government helping lead and provoke the rioters?A.  I get there is a lot going on in this area of the country, and there is a feel of an intentional agitation occurring.  

First, that area of the country is very vulnerable, so there will be a high need to have a military presence there.  I have always seen this thick cord or cable that is in that starts at a military base (I want to say the Massachusetts area) and extends into the Atlantic ocean.  This cord serves as a hard wired communication line.  They (the US military) are in high guard of this line and need to protect it (it isn't the average communication line, but something even more "secure"?).  They know that if Russia (or any other country) were to attack, this would be something that they would not want to lose.  With the uncertainty of outside affairs, they have to be on high alert to be able to defend this "line."  Any reason to keep an overabundance of military in that area is needed to be able to guard against outside attacks..

I also see a secondary reason for the rioting (there and everywhere else) is based on the upcoming elections.  I get the biggest obstacle to winning an election is having a problem and being the solution to be the hero to the people. 

Q. Then I ask how these elections really matter when I see that no matter who wins, the powers that be are the ones in control..
A.  I do get that overall elections serve as a distraction and also give people the illusion that they have a choice.  Then I see an image of a side by side photo [I will see if I can find it and attach it after this reading- sorry couldn't find it, maybe someone out there saw it..?], and on one side is a group of slaves from the south, and on the other is people walking on the streets of New York, the caption says something about all of these people are slaves, the only difference is the ones from the south know it.. Our government, by design, has everyone enslaved into a system.

Then I hear that the reason the elections really matter is because depending on what party is elected, that is who's uncle, brother, niece, cousin, etc gets opportunities to privileged business transactions, and that is what truly matters to the opposing parties.  There are good hearted people that want to genuinely make change involved in the election process- but there is a real controlling force that is much bigger than the candidates and they are all business (and battling it out).

I also see that there is a certain amount of setting up of a situation and seeing what happens.  I get the image of police or officials really pushing the limits just to see what people will do and how much they will take.  There is an element of a test and exercise happening.  I get it is better to do it when we aren't truly in a crisis versus waiting on a major event to happen and then hope your "fire drill" is executed properly.  I also see that police and military from other areas are being brought in to assist, but I hear the reality is it is like they are earning their "continuing education" credits.

Q. Lastly, what do you make of the information that "Freddie Gray’s life-ending injuries to his spine may have possibly been the result of spinal and neck surgery that he allegedly received a week before he was arrested." 
Source: http://thefourthestate.o/2015/04/breaking-freddy-gray-had-spine-surgery-just-one-week-before-arrest/

A. I see that his previous injuries were a factor, but not the cause.  I get he was on some heavy pain pills due to a procedure or injury, which made him somewhat numb in his extremities (he couldn't feel the pain).  When he had the altercation with the police his injuries were made worse, and he didn't realize (because he was a little numb) how hurt he was.  When he got in the back of the vehicle he was dealing with the old injury that was made worse, on top of rough driving (I see his sliding and bouncing about) .  At this point I see a lot of swelling and inflammation occurring which inhibited his nerves from communicating, and ultimately made his extremities lose function.  The actual loss of control doesn't look to be the cause of death though- I see some kind of infection settled in..

And that is all I have.  Thank you.  Love and light-

12 comments:

Robert Schoen said...

The news now has been completely unwatchable and now with the Aurora movie shooting trial beginning, more lies upon lies. I think CNN should get the Charles Manson award for best effort to start a race riot.

I love the observation that elections are all about maintaining party affiliated political fiefdoms.
Not that they would stand a chance but would a Bernie Sanders, Dennis Kuscinich,or a Cynthia McKinney make a difference if they were elected, or is it a completely futile exercise to vote?

Anonymous Reader said...

Thank you for the reading. I had been suspicious regarding the rioting and what has been happening.

I plan on being in Baltimore early in August for a convention and though it may be a few months away, there is still a concern about hostile rioters (especially being that certain parts of the city are unsafe to begin with). Should I expect to be extra careful when visiting in that time period?

Erin Erin said...

This is the second time In two days that when I come to this blog I look at the clock and it says 11:11.

Erin Erin said...

History repeating

The Watts riots (or, collectively, Watts rebellion)[1] were race riots that took place in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles from August 11 to 17, 1965.

During World War II, the defense industries in Los Angeles had attracted many African-Americans, who became increasingly unemployed after the war. The maintaining of all-white suburbs had concentrated the blacks in certain zones, where there was little opportunity for advancement. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) was adopting a more military culture, largely approved by the public.

On August 11, 1965, a black motorist was arrested for drunk-driving, and a minor roadside argument suddenly turned into a riot. There followed six days of looting and arson, especially of white-owned businesses, and police needed the support of nearly 4,000 members of the California Army National Guard. There were 34 deaths and over $40 million in property damage. The riots were blamed principally on unemployment, although a later investigation also highlighted police racism. It was the city's worst unrest until the Rodney King riots of 1992.

Hannon said...

I've been working in Springfield Massachusetts this week, and there's fighter jets constantly buzzing the sky in that area. The locals say it's always like that, and seeing that they appear to be patrolling rather than training, it looks like they're guarding something there. Also, some years back, they moved an A-10 fighter group from Bradley here in CT over to Mass.

YourPsychicFocus said...

@Robert: I get for many voting makes people feel like they have a choice and can make a difference- if you get a positive emotion from voting, you should do it…

@Anonymous: You should be careful. I get there are “hot spots” like they are filming a movie and you need to avoid those areas.

@Erin: That is cool! One of my numbers is 222.

Thank you for sharing that info. I didn’t realize any of that..

@Hannon: Interesting…

Bee E-lightened said...

The power isnt with the voters but with the one who counts the votes.

Ryno said...

Rough ride confirmed by the Washington Post. "Prisoner in van said Freddie Gray was ‘trying to injure himself,’ document says"
- 'A prisoner sharing a police transport van with Freddie Gray told investigators that he could hear Gray “banging against the walls” of the vehicle and believed that he “was intentionally trying to injure himself,” according to a police document obtained by The
Washington Post.'

Link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/crime/prisoner-in-van-said-freddie-gray-was-banging-against-the-walls-during-ride/2015/04/29/56d7da10-eec6-11e4-8666-a1d756d0218e_story.html

I can't help but believe this death was intentional. The recent "race wars" in the U.S. just feels forced to me.

YourPsychicFocus said...

@Bee: That is such a good quote. I will have to remember that.

@Ryno: I too feel that it is forced for some bigger agenda.

siketa said...

"Tune in May 11 earthlings"

during a State Farm commercial (the one where the wife asks her husband who he is talking to at 2 in the morning), and the image breaks up about where the wife picks up the phone, and asks the guy what he is wearing, and on the screen, in black letters on a grey background (like an old silent movie) came the words "May 11, Tune in Earthlings".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xz62Suyty3U

Elise, do you see this as something important or just another marketing idea?

Raymond G said...

When all the PTB get together ( present and former heads of state, major bank leaders, Intelligence chiefs), I wonder what they talk about ? I feel like they live in another world and they see the rest of us and they just think....If they only knew....

YourPsychicFocus said...

@siketa: I really need to think on this. That date is actually significant to me... Interesting.

@Raymond: I feel like they do think that (not out loud but in their minds)