Martial Law Declared Ahead of Ferguson Verdict: National Guard Activated to Handle ‘Period of Unrest’

DRTOA – Martial Law has been ordered, yet nothing has even happened. Soldiers on the streets however, guarantee something will! Another made for TV False Flag event. Get your popcorn ready!!!! / Mac Slavo / November 17th, 2014

As discussed here a few days ago, the authorities are expecting violence in Ferguson regardless of what verdict the grand jury reaches in the Michael Brown shooting case.

Now, SHTF is definitely expected, as Missouri has officially declared martial law, the National Guard has been activated, and it is on:

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order activating the Missouri National Guard on Monday afternoon.

According to a news release, the role of the National Guard is to “…support law enforcement during any period of unrest that might occur following the grand jury’s decision concerning the investigation into the death of Michael Brown.”

Under the executive order, the St. Louis County Police Department will have command and operational control over security in the city of Ferguson in areas of protests and acts of civil disobedience, should such activities occur.

The actual grand jury decision is expected to be announced soon, and Gov. Jay Nixon’s state of emergency announcement is surely coordinated with that verdict, regardless of when it becomes public.



2 thoughts on “Martial Law Declared Ahead of Ferguson Verdict: National Guard Activated to Handle ‘Period of Unrest’

  1. I live in this state and martial law has not been declared. Activating the National Guard is not martial law. Why can’t you get educated before spewing stupidity. Stop spreading lies and inciting ignorance.

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