Perhaps the Yellow Vest movement is not exactly what we've been led to believe; At 16:20 on this video tape, you'll see an agent provocateur dressed as a 'yellow vest' protester. He is pulled from a group of protesters by two riot police officers, as he is dragged away he starts to panic as he thinks he is in for a beating, so instead of waiting until he is in a more appropriate and discreet place before blabbering his mouth-off, he insists his "innocence" by proclaiming; "No, no, no guys. I am with you. I am a....cop!"
He is then led to what looks like the cops superiour, who then clearly identifies the "protester" as being "one of them". On this confirmation, one of the cops holding him, releases his grip and walks away. The other then turns him around and leads him off in another direction, indicating what way he should go and releases him and so he can now just walk away and disappear into the crowd.
Now, if this "agent provocateur" who was blatantly caught on film is roaming around as a "Yellow Vest" protester, there must be many more. And it is these types of undercover police officers who are used by many world governments to actually "start" the violence and take the peaceful protest to another level altogether. The smashing of shop windows, the burning of cars, the turning over of them and whatever else damage they wish to do.
Ultimately, and the whole objective of these multi-purpose protests, is so yet again there can be an increase in a police presence on our streets, and more money can be spent on the government agencies who all benefit from such multi-billion dollar contracts.
Never forget, but the majority of those presently scoffing their fat faces in our Houses of Parliament,
House of Lords and Congress are virtually all millionaires, especially if you take into consideration the
value of their houses and golden handshake pension schemes etc., - and yet they had, and still have the
fucking audacity to tell us we‘ve got to cut back.
The only cut back anyone of them may have ever experienced, - is perhaps when they‘ve been to the hairdressers!
Compilation of examples of agent provocateurs used in the recent past.