By Lou Saboter
It would appear Ferguson is paying off for increased internet policing.
Now that the stage is set for a race war between the police and blacks, a shooting in NYC of two policemen has been seized upon by the mainstream media to promote internet censorship. USA Today reported that Ismaaiyl Brinsley had made threats online before carrying out his execution. They wrote:
Shortly before the shooting, Instagram user "dontrunup" posted a photo of a silver handgun with wooden grips and the caption: "I'm putting wings on pigs today. They take 1 of ours … Let's take 2 of theirs. #Shootthepolice #RIPErivGardner #RIPMikeBrown This may be my final post … I'm putting pigs in a blanket."
The police in question were working overtime on an anti-terror drill, which is often considered a signature of a false flag.
This is also while the police program of analyzing social media to predict criminal behavior is being put out for public scrutiny.
These moves are in line with Obama's notions of prolonged detention, in which he suggested an ad hoc system for holding suspects indefinitely without trial or charge. This was enacted partially by his erected of secret FISA courts. Rachel Maddow described it as "preventive detention" and likened it to "pre-crime" as explored in the movie Minority Report.
Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un's government purportedly issued a statement praising the hacking of Sony which resulted in the interruption of the release of its Zionist propaganda film The Interview, which promotes the assassination of Jong-un. The use of Hollywood for propaganda is easily established and posted on the CIA website.
According to Rt.com, Kim Jong-un denies direct involvement and initially offered to help. However, tempers appear to have raised since.
These two events both neatly coincide with the passage of cybersecurity bills, and will easily to be put into service promoting consent of new FCC regulation of internet with a kill switch.