Wednesday, April 29, 2015

12 Unanswered Questions About The Baltimore Riots That They Don’t Want Us To Ask

Via Iver

Why did the Baltimore riots seem like they were perfectly staged to be a television event?

Images of police vehicles burning made for great television all over the planet, but why were there abandoned police vehicles sitting right in the middle of the riot zones without any police officers around them in the first place?  Why was the decision made ahead of time to set a curfew for Tuesday night and not for Monday night?  And why are Baltimore police officers claiming that they were ordered to “stand down” and not intervene as dozens of shops, businesses and homes went up in flames? 

Yes, the anger over the death of Freddie Gray is very real.  Police brutality has been a major problem in Baltimore and much of the rest of the nation for many years.  But could it be possible that the anger that the people of Baltimore are feeling is being channeled and manipulated for other purposes

The following are 12 unanswered questions about the Baltimore riots that they don’t want us to ask…


  1. O'Reilly was sent a private memo that the police were told to stand down.
    But, we already knew this. No cop is going to put up with being plummeted
    with boulders and do nothing. Forcing the police to stand down is cruel while
    they are being physically abused. Ferguson also had RIOTS last nite with gun
    fire and one man injured and boulders thrown at the police cars. It's like the
    USS Liberty being plummeted with bombs and no one came to help.