On this Monday, August 18 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex reports on the overnight riots in Ferguson, Missouri, in which protestors and police clashed with tear gas, flash bangs and Molotov cocktails, resulting in one of the worst clashes in Ferguson. A source within Homeland Security reportedly said the rioting and looting were “encouraged and exacerbated by undercover DHS agents posing as members of the Black Panthers.” It would be well within the government's prerogative to deploy provocateurs to stir violence that can be used to program the American public into accepting a militarized police state. On today's show, Fritz Springmeier, author of Bloodlines of the Illuminati, explains how secret societies shape today's news, both domestically and internationally, as well as their undue influence over the population.
Members of the New Black Panthers have been caught working undercover for the federal government in the past, with the most recent example being Richard Aoki, who was outed as an FBI informant in 2012.
Even more intriguing is the involvement of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, which has inserted itself into the investigation of Brown’s death at the behest of Attorney General Eric Holder.
The Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division has proven sympathetic to the New Black Panthers in the past. In 2010, a whistleblower who worked with the Civil Rights Division blasted the DOJ for dismissing its case against the New Black Panther Party after members of the group intimidated voters outside a Philadelphia polling location during the 2008 presidential election.
The New Black Panther party is not a successor to the original Black Panther Party. Members of the original organization have repeatedly distanced themselves from the new group and have insisted it is “illegitimate.”