There’s a really weird bit of discussion beginning in the media about the Baltimore Riots being pre-planned and organized. It’s almost as if they are trying to create the appearance of some weird kind of conspiracy theory.
Apparently many people were shocked by the riots; as if unexpected or something.
To believe it was a spontaneous uprising is actually silly. There was a plan put in place on social media on Sunday. However, it’s not some grand conspiracy – just a common social media plan shared quickly and executed as scheduled.
Here’s the meme which began it:
We originally caught wind of the plan via Social Media early Monday morning – we were just waiting to see if it was actually carried out. That’s why when it began we already had the entire plan mapped out and posted the riot goal as it started.
And we were not alone. The Baltimore Sun knew the origination also:
[…] The incident stemmed from a flier that circulated widely among city school students via social media about a “purge” to take place at 3 p.m., starting at Mondawmin Mall and ending downtown. Such memes have been known to circulate regularly among city school students, based on the film “The Purge,” about what would happen if all laws were suspended.
The flier included an image of protesters smashing the windshield of a police car Saturday during a march spurred by the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old man who suffered a spinal cord injury earlier this month after being arrested by city police. (read more)
No grand conspiracy. No BIG surprise.
Oddly, the same thing happened in Kentucky last year; however, unlike Baltimore yesterday – in Louisville Kentucky 2014 almost no-one paid attention to it. Even when the FBI stepped in to help the city try and regain control:
[…] It all started on March 22nd when the Louisville Kentucky police lost control of the city to a roaming band of 200+ thugs who took siege of the city. At least
17 update 20, violent attacks were recorded overnight as rampaging mobs robbed stores, committed armed robbery of individuals, destroyed property, and even dragged people from their vehicles to attack and brutalize them.
The following day the Mayor and Police Department claimed they had lost control of the city and warned citizens that law enforcement could not protect them or handle the crisis as it continued to unfold. [*note – Three more recent arrests, with federal assistance, bring the total round up to five people so far].
Oh, and it got worse. Much worse – See Full Backstory HERE.
Baltimore might have more publicity, but Louisville was just as violent, and just as dangerous. The MSM just didn’t showcase that one !