“Kill the Police!” Ferguson, MO, is Burning; Massive, Racist Riots by Blacks, Following Police Refusal-to-Die Incident
In Ferguson, Missouri, the "community" is outraged about an "unarmed" black teen's attempt to murder a policeman with the lawman's weapon gone horribly wrong.
“More outrage after police kill unarmed teen”
Headline at bottom of screen, CNN, 2:19 p.m., Sunday, August 10, 2014
On Saturday, a young black man committed assault and battery, and then attempted to murder a policeman in 67.4% black Ferguson, Missouri. The “community” is outraged over yet another police refusal-to-die incident.
It’s Trayvon Martin all over again, for black supremacists and the MSM alike. And the black man who attempted to murder a presumably white policeman in Ferguson, Missouri on Saturday was another Trayvon, but not in the sense of the black supremacists and the MSM who find him useful. In both cases, a black thug thought he had a license to kill, and that whites or the white-enough (a category which often includes black policemen) had a duty to die. Black supremacists and the MSM both agree. This sort of thing happens everywhere you find black residents: In Austin, Texas, New York City, Ferguson, Missouri, you name it.
CNN’s bottom-of-the-screen headline was written in racial code that everyone by now knows how to decipher: “Teen” means young black male thug, and “unarmed” means nothing of the sort.
Twelve-year-old car thief Courtney Mathis murdered black Cincinnati policeman Kevin Crayon with a deadly weapon, a car, but the MSM called Mathis “unarmed.” Violent career criminal Sean Bell attacked a cop with a deadly weapon, his car, but the MSM called Bell “unarmed.” Violent, racist, career criminal Trayvon Martin tried to murder George Zimmerman with the ground, but every time the MSM mention Martin, to this day, they refer to “unarmed teen Trayvon Martin.”
At Google, "unarmed black teenager" + "Trayvon Martin" presently returns 1,160,000 hits.
And on Saturday, the black attacker tried to seize a policeman’s service weapon from him and murder him with it, yet the CBS News/AP headline is, “Unarmed black Mo. teen shot after altercation, police say.” (When someone tries to take a cop’s gun off him, there’s only one conclusion to draw, as to the former’s intent.)
By the way, did I mention that the would-be cop-killer was unarmed?
As the cop was trying to exit his squad car to deal with two black males, one of them shoved him back into the squad, and then jumped in and tried to take his gun off him and murder him. The cop struggled with the black attacker, and apparently squeezed off a round.
The responsible party was the black, would-be cop-killer.
If the story is correct that the officer continued fighting with his attacker outside of the car and shot him “multiple times,” then Brown was the would-be cop-killer, who got his just desserts.
It is reportedly not known if the second black male was armed; he was not arrested.
Conversely, we have learned from Brown’s grandmother that he was a saint. Desiree Harris asserted, “My grandson never even got into a fight.”
Brown must have spent his entire previous life in white neighborhoods.
Local racist black activists, elected and unelected alike, invoked Trayvon Martin, and demanded that Dictator “Barack Obama’s” Justice Department led by criminal AG Eric Holder and FBI, take over the case, in order to be able to properly rig the results.
On Saturday, John Gaskin, a member of the St. Louis County NAACP, said the FBI should get involved "to protect [read: destroy] the integrity of the investigation." And State Sen. Jamilah Nasheed, D-St. Louis, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch she would ask the U.S. Justice Department on Monday for a formal investigation.
Gaskin alluded to the 2012 racially charged shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by a Florida neighborhood watch organizer who was subsequently acquitted of murder charges, as well as the New York man who died from a police chokehold after he was confronted for selling individual cigarettes.
"With the recent events of a young man killed by the police in New York City and with Trayvon Martin and with all the other African-American young men that have been killed by police officers ... this is a dire concern to the NAACP, especially our local organization," Gaskin said.
John Gaskin has things backwards: The problem isn’t policemen killing young black men, the problem is young black men trying to murder policemen.
Black supremacists tell the same lies all the time.
In April 2001, when black supremacists rioted for at least five days in Cincinnati, following the fatal shooting by a white policemen of a fleeing black suspect, their spokesmen, including New York Times political operative Francis X. Clines (see also here), asserted that police having killed 15 black males in five-and-a-half years, five of them “unarmed” was a pattern of murderous racism by police. I studied those cases; the pattern was black men murdering or attempting to murder policemen, especially white cops.
When will black parents and authority figures stop teaching young blacks to harass, violate, and murder whites, especially white policemen? Apparently, never.
Sunday night, black supremacists began rioting in Ferguson. As the blogger Countenance tweeted,
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