Shocking Evidence Suggests Coordinated Effort To Orchestrate An Uprising Inside The United States


Authored by Michael Snyder via,

Violence has erupted in major cities all over America yet again today, and we are being told to brace ourselves for more rioting, looting and civil unrest in the days ahead.  The death of George Floyd was a great tragedy, and the vast majority of Americans agree that we do not want to see that sort of police brutality in our nation, and so this should actually be a moment that brings our country together.  But instead, America is being torn apart.  The protests against police brutality have been hijacked by sinister forces, and they are attempting to channel the outrage over George Floyd’s death in a very violent direction.  As you will see below, law enforcement authorities all over the U.S. are telling us that they have identified a highly organized effort to orchestrate violence, and this appears to be happening on a nationwide basis.

Let’s start by looking at what is happening in New York.  According to the top terrorism official in the entire city, “certain anarchist groups”  were making preparations for “violent interactions with police” before protests in the city even began…

On Sunday night, New York’s top terrorism cop, Deputy Commissioner for Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller, detailed his office’s analysis and investigation into why the New York City protests have become so violent and damaging at times.

“No. 1, before the protests began,” Miller said, “organizers of certain anarchist groups set out to raise bail money and people who would be responsible to be raising bail money, they set out to recruit medics and medical teams with gear to deploy in anticipation of violent interactions with police.”

And once the protests started, these groups used “a complex network of bicycle scouts” to direct rioters to locations where police officers would not be present…

“And they developed a complex network of bicycle scouts to move ahead of demonstrators in different directions of where police were and where police were not for purposes of being able to direct groups from the larger group to places where they could commit acts of vandalism including the torching of police vehicles and Molotov cocktails where they thought officers would not be.”

These are not just mindless angry mobs.  They are being directed with a purpose, and that is very alarming.

In Chicago, Mayor Lori Lightfoot has publicly acknowledged that there has been “an organized effort” to turn the protests over George Floyd’s death “into something violent” in her city…

Speaking at an afternoon news conference today with other officials, Lightfoot didn’t say whether the groups are out-of-state left-wing anti-fascist organizations generally known as Antifa, right-wing agitators, local street gangs or something else. She said she’s asked three federal agencies—the FBI, the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms & Explosives and the U.S. Attorney’s office—for help, with a focus on AFT’s bomb and arson unit.

“There is no doubt. This was an organized effort last night,” she said. “There were clearly efforts to subvert the peaceful process and make it into something violent.”

Lightfoot did not really elaborate on why she believes there has been “an organized effort”, but officials in other cities have been willing to give the public more specifics.

For example, law enforcement authorities in Minnesota have discovered “several caches of flammable materials” that were obviously intended to be used for rioting…

Earlier Sunday, state officials said several caches of flammable materials were found both in neighborhoods where there have already been fires and “in cars we’ve stopped as recently as this morning,” said John Harrington, state public safety commissioner. Some of the caches look like they may have been planted days ago and some only in the last 24 hours or so, he said.

Police are also finding stolen vehicles with plates removed that are being used to transport the flammable materials. Looted goods and weapons also have been found in the stolen cars, he said.

And in several other cities around the nation, law enforcement authorities have found bricks staged at or near protest sites.

On Sunday, police in Kansas City announced that they had found “stashes of bricks and rocks in & around the Plaza and Westport to be used during a riot”

Kansas City police officers found bricks and rocks staged near protest sites around the city, stoking concerns that individuals or groups had pre-planned looting and destruction that hit the city over the weekend, the department said Sunday.

“We have learned of & discovered stashes of bricks and rocks in & around the Plaza and Westport to be used during a riot,” the department said in a tweet on Sunday.

And in Baltimore, law enforcement officials were racing to dismantle “mounds of bricks and bottles” that had been staged in downtown Baltimore…

According to sources, mounds of bricks and bottles have been found in Downtown Baltimore.

Baltimore Police confirmed they are working with law enforcement partners to sweep the area.

There are several demonstrations planned for Monday evening. Sources told Fox 45 officers are being briefed on the situation during roll call.

In New York, a “cache of bricks” just happened to be sitting directly in the path of rioters on Sunday evening…

Similarly, in New York City, video captured the moment rioters in Manhattan chanced upon a cache of bricks between St. Marks Place and Seventh Street in the East Village on Sunday evening, though no construction site appeared to be nearby.

Even down in Texas, “a large pile of bricks” was stacked up in front of the courthouse in Dallas and huge stacks of bricks were pre-staged right along a path that protesters would be taking in Frisco.

I don’t know about you, but I have a very hard time believing that all of this is just a giant coincidence.

The fact that huge piles of pre-staged bricks are suddenly showing up at protest locations all over America indicates a level of planning and coordination at a very high level.

Obviously we are dealing with something that is far more complex than just a few thousand angry people letting off some steam.

With the U.S. economy in deep disarray and with a presidential election coming up in November, anger and frustration are likely to remain at very high levels in the U.S. throughout the summer, and that will give those that are organizing these efforts more opportunities to promote violence.

Needless to say, the lawlessness that we are witnessing in the streets of our major cities is greatly alarming millions of ordinary Americans, and gun sales are going through the roof

Gun sales surged in May as shops reported an uptick in interest and demand as the coronavirus pandemic continued and amid national protests after the Memorial Day killing of George Floyd.

“Almost, you couldn’t even keep up with it – that’s how crazy it was,” said Joe Hawk, owner of Guns & Roses in New Jersey. “After Memorial Day, it spiked again – it just went crazy again.”

Small Arms Analytics & Forecasting, a private research firm, estimated that there were more than 1.7 million gun sales in May – an 80% jump from May 2019.

The thin veneer of civilization that we all take for granted on a daily basis is disappearing, and a lot of people believe that a lot more civil unrest is ahead.

Our nation is more deeply divided than it has ever been in my entire lifetime, and that is not likely to change any time soon.

So I would very much encourage you to do whatever you need to do to get yourself and your family prepared for what is coming, because America appears to be on the precipice of complete and utter chaos.


  1. There’s at least one video showing uniformed NYPD officers trashing their own vehicle and a number of videos showing other uniformed, and what are almost certainly undercover cops committing violent acts.
    And yes, there are a variety of groups who will take advantage of these demonstrations to incite violence for their own aims.
    Asking someone who is familiar with Cointelpro to believe what comes out of the mouth of someone politicking for more repressive laws won’t work.
    The NSA and FBI read everyone’s texts, twitters and emails and record every cell phone conversation, that is a matter of public record.
    They don’t have a clue?
    There are surveillance cameras in every major city, if these piles of bricks were placed as part of a broad based conspiracy there’s no shortage of video evidence showing who dropped them off.
    If someone wants to blow smoke up my ass I want it in purple, scented with patchouli oil.

  2. First, this should not come as a surprise to anyone. Look back at the 2009 “Occupy” protests. That was a clear-cut campaign of astroturf, with lavish funding injected from somewhere. The co-ordination was showing even back then. They accomplished nothing, other than showing that they could brainwash a bunch of idiot college kids (but I repeat myself) into doing the bidding of a bunch of professional agitators.

    Second, the Antifa movement has its roots in the very violent, left-wing movements of Europe from the 20’s onward. The “anti-fascist” movement became rather quiet (for obvious reasons) from 1933 to 1945, but erupted again in post-war Germany. It was a socialist/commie-front/labor movement for decades, and got rather quiet from the 60’s onwards in Germany, until after reunification.

    Fast-forward to 2016: “Antifa” gets a huge PR boost validating their existence from the media, the Jewish left in the US (some of whom have previously posed “conservatives” – eg, Bill Kristol, Jennifer Rubin, David Frum and others) and others who are having conniption fits about Trump’s election. I believe that the reason for the hysterical reaction of the left in the US to Trump’s election was that they were promised by supposedly “smart” people that Hillary stood a 90%+ likelihood of winning the election – they were so certain of it, they were talking in terms of “We don’t wonder whether Hillary will win, we wonder by how much she will win.” and “There may never be another Republican president of the US!” and other such twaddle.

    These people believed this nonsense for two reasons: a) they don’t know that the popular vote does not matter (they literally have not read the US Constitution), and b) they know fuck-all about mathematics – especially the field of statistics and statistical sampling. These are both issues for which I blame universities and colleges, because they’re teaching utter codswallop and drivel for their coursework. I meet so many children in colleges today who are innumerate morons, it is truly sad. They are beyond gullible and easily swindled – often by universities, who are peddling huge financial lies to these children about what these degrees are ultimately worth in the workplace. These kids literally cannot convert fractions to decimals (or vice-versa), cannot do basic financial mathematics (eg, rule of 72), cannot understand why you need to learn calculus to do statistics (because things like a cumulative distribution function is an integration of a probability distribution function), and they believe the nonsense published by newspapers on polling, which is increasingly fraught with huge methodological and sampling errors. But these twerps never read the actual guts and methodology of the polls they’re being fed – so when reality turns out differently than the polling, there “must be some sort of fraud!” in the election.

    Lastly, there is the fundamental gaslighting that has been done by the press and Antifa. The mainstream press, including “think-piece” publications such as The Atlantic, Slate, etc kept telling people that there is “no Antifa organization” – ie, they keep peddling the trope that this is an organic uprising of barely-grouped people across the western world. The Occupy nonsense, and now these riots, give ample lie to this gaslighting.

    Antifa follows a previously observed pattern in their recruiting: most of their members will be white, from middle to upper-middle class homes in suburbia and nice areas of cities in the US. Just as the Weather Underground was filled with spoiled, upper-middle class twerps and had only a couple of members who could be called working-class stiffs, Antifa is an assemblage of spoiled, comfortably well-off kids who need a good ass-kicking. In some cases, they’re getting it. There’s more and more video clips appearing on the ‘net in the last 48 hours of black folks starting to call out these Antifa twerps, and sometimes using physical action against them. It’s rather amusing to see how quickly these twerps fold up like a cheap tent when an actual black person starts slapping them around.

    For all of that, the truth is that Antifa is co-ordinated at the highest levels, and the level of organization is impressive. There are major funds and resources involved, and if Barr and Trump have a brain cell between them, they’ll use the full capability of the DOJ and Dep’t of Treasury to “follow the money” – which would lead to the leadership’s front door.

    • There’s no question that Occupy—like everything the Left does—was to a large extent AstroTurf.

      But there was also a large portion of genuine anger from the Left at the outcome of the 2008 crisis: the banks got bailed out, the fatcats got their bonuses, and basically nobody went to prison for breaking the law.

      The economic Left has gotten just about jack squat in this country since, what? The Carter administration? The social Left and the economic right have had a devil’s bargain for going on 40 years now that the right lowers taxes and the Left advances goofy social engineering. But nobody—NOBODY—raises taxes very much, nobody messes with the gravy that flows to the MIC and nobody disrupts the offshoring and corporate raiding that have made men like Mitt Romney richer than Croesus while they’ve hollowed out the American economy.

      The economic Left and the social right are major voting banks for their respective parties, and both groups are -pissed- that their parties haven’t delivered for them.

      I suspect that the dopes on the Left have just handed Trump another four years with these riots, but I’d look for the populist Left to be the long-term winner from Covid and its attendant economic disruption.


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