After a senseless police shooting, the riots and chaos continues with the usual results. Some liberals believe that if enraged, people have the right to loot, riot and burn everything. Many of these same ‘liberals’ also believe that Palestinians have no right to fight the Israeli war machine but must surrender without asking for anything in return. Meanwhile, as we arm Israel, we struggle to deal with social chaos at home, much of which is caused by the huge, huge unemployment rate of many of our youths, whatever sort or race. Especially the black community which is being relegated to ‘useless eaters‘ as Kissinger wrote in his ‘Security Memorandum’ to the President.
There is also the Mitt Romney’s “47 Percent” Comments – YouTube where he obviously sneers nastily about all retirees who are not rich, the lower classes, sick people, whoever isn’t employed above the minimum wage, etc.
The family at the center of this present riot situation are poor. Some of them work, which is amazing considering how difficult this has been for anyone poor. Here is a revealing interview of a cousin of the victim of the police shooting in Ferguson, MO. Family of Michael Brown, Teenager Shot to Death By Ferguson Police, Talks About His Life | Riverfront Times
On Saturday at about noon, Brown was walking with a friend on the 2900 block of Canfield Drive when they came across a Ferguson police officer. Accounts differ about what exactly happened, but Brown ended up lying face down in the street in a pool of blood, shot repeatedly by the officer, a six-year veteran who has yet to be identified. Brown did not have a weapon. Witnesses at the scene told the media that Brown had his hands in the air when he was shot — some described the shooting as “execution style.” At a press conference on Sunday morning, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar gave the (very brief) official version of what occurred, accompanied by Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson, who did not speak. St. Louis County is in charge of the investigation. Here’s what Belmar told reporters:
One of those individuals at the time came in as the officer was exiting his police car. Allegedly pushed the police officer back into the car where he physically assaulted the police officer. It is our understanding at this point in the investigation that within the police car there was a struggle over the officer’s weapon. There was at least one shot fired within the car after that. The officer came back out of the car, he exited his vehicle, and there was a shooting that occurred where the officer in fact shot the subject, and the subject — they were fatal injuries.
I happen to be a total fan of having several cameras in all police cars and when they are on foot! We have the ability to do this. It makes law and order much easier to achieve. That is, the Eye has to be on the cops as well as the perps! Then there is no dispute what is going on. Of course, the elites don’t want this because a lot of dirty work is done via cops who are the front troops in controlling the community.
Of course, we should have this in wars, too. But don’t. Like watching butcher shops at work, there is a lot of blood. Recently, I watched a 20/20 show about the thugs and cops working for Atlantic City casinos run by former Mafia types. They roughed up customers left and right, often very brutally. Due to filming everything with cameras everywhere, people suing these jerks have plenty of proof they are victims of casino thugs.
So now the casinos are going belly up there. You don’t beat up customers all the time, it is bad for business, not that our elites figure this out. Further on in the interview is this sad information:
Belmar’s description of events didn’t make sense to Brown’s 21-year-old cousin, Anthony Livingston, a manager at the Family Dollar and a cook at Bailey’s Range. ..
“I can’t believe it was him. It hurt real bad…” he said. “He was just a kid… All he wanted to do is make music.”…He’d graduated and seemingly overnight, went from a shy kid…to being obsessed with becoming a famous rapper. “My city why people so petty/I rised from the Dead/now you can’t look me in my eyes,” read one (note written by the dead teen)…”Because you neva Believed in me GONE,” said another.
A rather shaky grasp of English after graduating from high school. The sad part is, the poor kid wanted to be a rapper. This degradation of the social life of black males is very sad. He aspired for the ‘gangsta culture’ business which he doubtlessly watched on TV or the computer. And he was thinking, ‘Hey, I should die!’ Seeking fame in deadly pursuit…and then running into the guys who keep the underclass in order.
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