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Monday, August 18, 2014

Ferguson, MO Protest

With this non-starter as the chart topper in the news department, I thought that I'd weigh in by saying that I really don't care about the Ferguson, Missouri race riots.


As soon as the "black reverends" showed up, you just knew that they'd fan the flames until the last unhappy negro died if they could. It's what they do for a living.

Michael Brown, a thief, likely having just committed a strong arm robbery, was shot by the police in a confrontation in which the only salient non-police witness was a co-conspirator in the crime. That happens in every ghetto in America, every day. This one received heavy race baiting by the mainstream media, who now have a race-related event to report. Good for them. It's what they do best. 

What few businesses in the ghetto will move out after they've been looted and insurance carriers decide that they aren't worth the risk in the future.  

The very programs that were initiated in the 60's to curb raceism have become the drivers for more intense racism. Affirmative action, unending generational welfare, advocacy for single motherhood only fuels the fire. 73% of Black American Families are single parent households receiving government benefits68% of the Black Male Population in America are either incarcerated or have been . . So, basically, while this might be interpreted by some as "profiling", when you see a Black man walking down the street with a flat screen TV on his shoulder, there's better than a 60% chance that it's not hisYesterday, Congressman Elijah Cummings said that perhaps only black policemen should handle black crime. If that, then have only black teachers educate black children, black restaurant owners serve black customers, black bus lines carry only blacks and even black water companies provide water fountains for only blacks. 

If we gave Cummings what he wants, would that end the matter?

Sure...

Maybe we simply need to import Korean shop owners into Ferguson, MO and pull the police back. Let the Korean civilians manage the riot. It would make the whole thing a lot more interesting and wouldn't involve any white people (root cause of all evil in the world).


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8 comments:

  1. The other thing this does is knock all the scandals off the 'front page'... VERY important to the left in the lead up to the elections...

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    1. "Let no good crisis go to waste"...

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  2. The Korean shopkeepers do a very nice job at mob control.

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    1. Their "long distance is the next best thing to being there" and "reach out and touch someone" (before they lob a Molotov Cocktail) philosophy, melds with mine.

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  3. There was a similar incident on the east coast a couple of years ago, which started out on the same path. A police officer shot an 18-year-old as he chased him through the projects. The police officer said he saw the "boy" draw his weapon from his waistband as he ran. A crowd formed and got violent, they marched on city hall that night and the mayor's residence, numerous "witnesses" QUOTED IN THE PRESS said the "boy" had been giving up, and nobody saw a gun. A huge vigil of stuffed animals, balloons, flowers, adorned the street. Local want-to-be-agitators organized events, etc.

    This was like so many events you hear about. Except. Behind the scenes, the FBI just happened to have video of the subject with his gun prior to running from the police, and a wiretap indicating his intention to shoot it out with the police. The gun was removed from the scene quickly due to the crowd. When all the facts came to light, there wasn't such a fanfare, and the mother who had been heavily quoted in the original articles had…no comment.

    The victim's race was not made a direct issue, as the police officer's race and identity was never disclosed. Had it been an issue, it may have been a tipping point.

    Solution: Let the FBI film and wiretap everything….just kidding.

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    1. The mainstream media wants something to report and the White House is thrilled that the attention is off the dismal performance of this administration. So it's a win-win inside the beltway.

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  4. I won't say what I'm thinking. Just call me a racist and get it over with.

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