Jurriaan Maessen
June 28, 2010

On June 17, the Star reported that the Toronto police union is calling for Ontario Federation of Labour president Sid Ryan to resign after he expressed concern over the possibility of the police using agent-provocateurs at the G20-meeting.

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In 2007 in Ottawa cops posed as anarchists.

Ryan, who planned to join the protests, stated that the city is rapidly turning into a police-state, stating that:

“(…) We got these armed forces in our city, the likes of which I’ve never seen.”

“I am very concerned”, Ryan continued, “that there could be political pressure from the federal Conservative government to use police to provoke a situation that will lead to arrests — purely to justify the enormous security costs of the G20 summit. And frankly, that should be a concern for the police union as well.”

The president of the Toronto Police Association, Mike McCormack, responded in a defensive reflex, stating that “It’s a totally irresponsible, inflammatory and idiotic thing to say for someone in his position. Nothing could be further from the truth.”

Not quite. There have been numerous well-documented cases where provocateurs were caught trying to incite violence at key globalist gatherings. In other words: miniature false flag operations conducted by the (military) police with the specific aim of radicalizing the protests and equating anyone resisting these key globalist meetings with trigger-happy idiots.

The truth notwithstanding, the Minister of State of Foreign Affairs Peter Kent joined McCormack in his hypocritical reaction, demanding Ryan’s resignation. Watch fragment:

The history of provocateurs igniting false flag-riots is extensive. Time and time again intelligence agencies have been caught deploying agent-provocateurs in the hope of escalating the protests. Lucky for us, many of the attempts by these intelligence agencies have failed miserably. In 2007 agent-provocateurs were identified by real protestors. The silly sods had forgotten to take off their boots – which happened to be identical to those worn by the present riot police. Watch fragment:

During the G20 global governance rally in Pittsburgh in September of 2009, provocateurs were spotted on several occasions mixing with the real protestors and attempting to incite violence. Watch:

The phenomenon agent-provocateur is also haunting the Tea Party meetings, where they are almost certainly getting ready to radicalize the meetings. We know using such plants is the favorite device of the new world order and is a clear signal that they will stop at nothing to achieve their objectives. Despite the hypocritical denial of McCormack and Kent, even the globalists themselves do not deny the use of agent-provocateurs at globalization summits.

In a 2003 UNESCO “discussion paper” heralding the emergence of world government entitled Not “globaphiles” or “globaphobes” but “globacritics” the author acknowledges that anti-globalization protest groups “have been infiltrated by certain central government “political intelligence” elements” seeking to radicalize the protests.

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The document was composed by Jaime Preciado Coronado: a professor and researcher at the Department of Iberian and Latin American Studies at the University of Guadalajara, Mexico. In the paper, two different forms of opposition are being distinguished. The first, “total repudiation and resistance to globalization” (“globaphobes”), the second: “grassroots alternatives to counter the deleterious effects of such globalization” (“globacritics”).

After sketching the classical false distinction between neo-liberal globalization and social globalization, Coronado turns to the issue of anti-globalization protests:

“The use of violence is a further divisive issue, since some of those opposing globalization, at least under its current terms, support peaceful forms of protest that nevertheless serve to apply pressure for winning negotiations, while others favor openly confronting the forces of repression. The latter seek to “teach lessons” through confrontation and to amass opposition in order to radicalize the struggle.”

We cannot conceal the fact that they have been infiltrated by certain central government “political intelligence” elements”, Coronado continues, “although this does not justify the repressive authoritarian measures they (these intelligence elements) have used in a bid to thwart the respective protests.”

Here Coronado acknowledges that government operatives intentionally radicalize anti-globalization protests by either provoking radical elements such as anarchists to use violence or plant agent-provocateurs to do the same. This further underlines the fact that governments within the new world order make regular use of agent-provocateurs to radicalize the opposition.

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