The Thinking 

Divide and Conquer

August 16, 2017

THE VIDEO I posted the other day which showed drone footage of the scene of the Charlottesville car attack was banned by Youtube and is now posted at Vimeo. (Youtube is stepping up its efforts at censorship.) It shows large groups of people congregating around the scene before the attack as if preparing for an event. (H/T Henry Makow)

Also see this by Baxter Dmitry:

A Charlottesville police officer has come forward to express his anger at being told to “stand down” by the city mayor during violent clashes between protestors. He also claims the protests, which pitched “white supremacists” against members of Antifa, were “set up” to further the agenda of the elites.

We [Charlotesville police] were ordered to bring the rival groups together. As soon as they were in contact with each other, we were told to stand down. It was outrageous. We weren’t allowed to arrest anyone without asking the mayor first. We weren’t even allowed to stop the driver as he sped away.

The event was being set up as far back as at least May and it went like clockwork.”

And Dr. Eowyn writes at Fellowship of the Minds:

Incredibly, the leader of what the MSM call the rally’s “white supremacist Nazis” is a former avid Obama supporter and Occupy Wall Street protester named Jason Kessler, who supposedly did a 180° reversal and became a Trump supporter.

Divide and conquer — that’s the strategy (language warning):


— Comments —

Tim writes:

Just saw your reposting of the video they suppressed. Interesting. Sure looked real from the ground. Another video vlogger enlarged a picture of the driver who crashed the car and compared it to the photo of the actual owner of the car and the two do not match. Someone else smashed the car, not the kid to whom the car is registered. There is such good forensics work done on incidents like this. Someone should do a compilation of all the work done and put them together to make a comprehensive report.

Is Soros now in the tiki lamp business, too?

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