Globalists attempt to replicate Baltimore riots in Tel-Aviv



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Following a demonstration in Jerusalem on Thursday (the result of the publication on the internet of a video in which police beat an Ethiopian soldier who attempted to enter an area that had been cordoned off due to the presence of a suspicious object), well orchestrated violent riots broke out today in Central Tel-Aviv when “social activists” (agent provocateurs funded by globalist NGOs) infiltrated a mass protest of Ethiopian Jews against police brutality and turned it into a violent spectacle, making every effort to provoke the police into further violence. The methodology and tactics are eerily similar to the Baltimore-Ferguson episodes in the US. This is apparently just the opening shot of extensive CIA destabilization campaigns in both countries.

Just like in the Soros funded “social justice protests” of summer 2011, the globalists are taking advantage of certain real grievances to advance their nefarious agenda of destabilizing the country (by using and abusing vulnerable minority groups), as part of a well-tested Marxist strategy of “permanent revolution”. In this case it’s the opening shot of the CIA’s revenge for its humiliating defeat in the recent elections to the Netanyahu faction.

Nothing is accidental here, especially not the timed synchronization with the Baltiore clashes. The same strategy of tension used by the globalists in worldwide Geopolitics is employed also in domestic fronts. The difference this time around is that it happens simultaneously in America and Israel, whereas in earlier years the beta test would have been carried out on the Israelis prior to executing the larger scale Psyop on the Americans.

The US consulate in Jerusalem, notorious for its earlier subversive activities, published this nearly prophetic ‘warning’ before the riots even broke out, which leads us to ask: how did they know?

A demonstration planned by members of the Ethiopian Israeli community is scheduled for today, Sunday, May 3, at 15:00 in the vicinity of haKirya, Kaplan Street, and Azrieli Towers in central Tel Aviv, near district government offices and the Israeli Defense Forces headquarters.

This demonstration has the potential of drawing large crowds. A similar protest held in Jerusalem on Thursday lasted several hours and turned violent, resulting in injuries, arrests, and property damage. We advise U.S. citizens to avoid the area and to monitor local media for updates.

Even demonstrations intended to be peaceful can turn confrontational and escalate into violence.  You should avoid areas of demonstrations, and exercise caution if in the vicinity of any large gatherings, protests, or demonstrations.  Review your personal security plans; remain aware of your surroundings, including local events; and monitor local news stations for updates.  Maintain a high level of vigilance and take appropriate steps to enhance your personal security and follow instructions of local authorities.

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