by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: Please also see Dallas Texas – Home of the Never Ending Psyops written June 13th, 2015. Apparently there is an entire cottage industry in Dallas centered on destabilization events.
With all the reporting on what happened last night in Dallas, I have yet to read or hear anyone make a comparison to what happened in Dallas on June 12th of 2015.
Here’s what we know about last night (list from CNN):
- A total of 10 police officers were shot by snipers during the protests, Dallas Police Chief David Brown said. An 11th officer was shot during an exchange of gunfire with a suspect, authorities said.
- Police Chief David Brown said it’s unclear how many suspects were involved, but three people are in custody.
- Dallas police negotiated and exchanged gunfire with a suspect for hours at a parking garage in downtown. That suspect is dead, a law enforcement official told CNN. The official did not say how the suspect died.
- “The suspect told our negotiators that the end is coming,” Brown said. The suspect at the garage also told negotiators more officers are going to get hurt, and that bombs are planted all over downtown Dallas.
- “This was an attack planned long before — waiting for an opportunity to go,” Moore said. “I think there was so much logistically, ammunition-wise. They may not have planned the location, they may not have planned the vantage point. But they had prepared for an attack before last night’s shooting is my guess.”
- Two of the shooters were snipers, who fired “ambush-style” from an “elevated position,” Brown said.
Last night I was watching MSNBC’s live coverage of this event and they had someone named Van Zant on as some kind of “expert” and he said something that struck me: he said that it reminds him off all those “terrorist” sniper attacks at protests in Latin America over the past couple of decades and that he was sad too see it now happening here on U.S. streets.
What he failed to mention was the fact that 99.9% of those sniper attacks were carried out by various regime change mercenaries working for the CIA on their irregular warfare campaigns.
Of course, you don’t have to go back even that far in history to see this kind of tactic being employed. If you recall, at the height of the regime change op in Ukraine, there was a similar sniper attack whose perpetrators have never been fully identified by the new regime that took over in it’s aftermath.
“I can say only one thing: the key factor in this uprising, that spilled blood in Kiev and that turned the country upside down and shocked it, was a third force,” Avakov was quoted as saying by Interfax. “And this force was not Ukrainian.”
Forensic evidence, in particular the similarity of the bullet wounds, led him and others to conclude that snipers were targeting both sides of the standoff at Maidan — and that the shootings were intended to generate a wave of revulsion so strong that it would topple Yanukovych and also justify a Russian invasion. AP
Now that said, let’s take a look back at the events of June 12, 2015.
The same police chief, David Brown, was in charge.
What was initially reported as 4 suspects attacked a Dallas PD station house late in the evening in what was clearly a well-planned and professionally executed attack.
The van used as cover was apparently a tactical police van that had been decommissioned and supposedly sold online.
One suspect killed on site and later it was reported that he acted alone.
Bombs were planted around the station house to cause further confusion and danger.
And most importantly…
… at that time in 2015, public outrage about officer involved shootings was at an all time high across the country. Three months of angry protests over shootings of unarmed suspects and repeated acquittals of officers involved in previous shootings left many in the country angry over the apparent lack of justice in America.
In March, BLM protested at Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel‘s office, demanding reforms within the Chicago Police Department. In Cobb County, Georgia, the movement protested the death of Nicholas Thomas who was shot and killed by the police.
In April, Black Lives Matter across the United States protested over the death of Freddie Gray which included the 2015 Baltimore protests. Black Lives Matter organizers supported the fast food strike in solidarity with fast food workers, and to oppose racial income inequality. On April 14, BLM protested across U.S. cities. In Zion, Illinois, several hundred protested over the fatal shooting of Justus Howell. After the shooting of Walter Scott, Black Lives Matter called for citizen oversight of police.
In May, a protest by BLM in San Francisco was part of a nationwide protest decrying the police killing of black women and girls, which included the deaths of Meagan Hockaday, Aiyana Jones, Rekia Boyd and others. In Cleveland, Ohio, after an officer was acquitted at trial in the Shooting of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams, BLM protested. In Madison, Wisconsin, BLM protested after the officer was not charged in the Shooting of Tony Robinson.
With the two recent shootings in Baton Rouge and Minnesota (real or staged) the atmosphere across the country quickly turned sour toward the state of policing in this country once again with even MSM outlets reporting on how many unarmed people have lost their lives in “bad shoots” this year already.
Frankly I find it extremely difficult to ignore the striking similarities between these two events just over a year apart and I find it incredibly odd as the MSM goes on and on about this horrific attack (as well they should) without one single mention of the attack last year.
Do not misunderstand what I am saying. Some events in what I call the American Gladio campaign were staged. The evidence to that fact is undeniable.
I do not believe at this point, that this was one of them. There was blood spilled in Dallas. The blood of police officers who were targeted for the simple fact that they wore the uniform and the badge. But not for the reasons that most would suspect.
It seems that someone has unleashed the very worst type of regime change asset on not only the people of this country but now also on those sworn to uphold the law. As it has been done many times before in countries targeted for political or social change over the past few decades, I believe so to has it been done to us here in the states.
I don’t know why someone keeps choosing Dallas for these events. In this case, the protest was peaceful and by all measures, the local police departments are working hard at their community policing policies and they get along relatively well with the general population.
What cannot be ignored is the fact that shadowy assets seem to have a foothold in Dallas going all the way back to November of 1963. Perhaps there is an existing pipeline down there for getting shooter teams in and out of the country undetected. I don’t know. Perhaps it’s just symbolic. The kinds of people responsible for planning such things have a penchant for symbolism. It’s kind of their sick calling card.
Of the 4 people suspected by Dallas PD to have had something to do with this, two were arrested in a luxury car trying to make their way out of Dallas carrying two camo duffle bags. The other two were in the parking garage: one arrested, one killed.
Sounds like two two-man shooter teams to me (sniper, spotter) and if that’s the case, it’s a professional operation. Several commentators have stated they triangulated their positions to set up a “kill zone” in Dallas last night. I’m sorry but to me that bears an uncanny resemblance to what happened 50 years ago a couple blocks away.
Regardless of that comparison, you can’t ignore the similarities between the two shooting events in Dallas that took place just over a year apart. Something is definitely afoot here. Something extremely wicked.
This horrible event makes one thing perfectly clear: to the people who planned and carried out this attack, no lives matter. Not black lives, not white lives, not cop lives.
In my opinion at this early stage of the investigation I have to sum up this article by quoting Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov with a few slight adjustments:
“the key factor in this uprising, that spilled blood in (Dallas) and that turned the country upside down and shocked it, was a third force, (a)nd this force was not (American).”
Filed under: #BlackLivesMatter, American Gladio, CIA are the Real Terrorists, Color Revolution Ukraine, Dallas Sniper Attack 2016, Dallas standoff 2015, Dark Alliances, Neoliberalizing America, Scott Creighton