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Sheriff Clarke doesn’t mince words. Ever. Including on Ferguson. And Democrats

November 29, 2014

By Carol Brown

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke tells it like it is. He’s a stellar reminder of what true leadership looks like and what it means to uphold the rule of law. It is a relief to hear someone speak with such honesty and candor.

To give you a taste of how fearlessly this man puts truth on display, here are two videos of Sherriff Clarke speaking about Ferguson. Below is a quote from a speech he gave at the National Press Club a couple of weeks ago:

… I’m known for not sugar coating things. This pissed me off … I sat up there and listened to Eric Holder throw law enforcement officers under the bus for political expediency….

His densely packed 6-minute speech is worth a listen, as is his recent interview with Neil Cavuto. I’ve transcribed a few gems for AT readers, but hope you’ll take the time to listen to this man. I can only hope and pray he is the voice of our future because, Lord knows, this is the kind of leadership and vision we desperately need.

On Al Sharpton:

… Anytime Al Sharpton shows up on the scene, nothing good is going to come of that.

On Barack Obama:

… I heard some of the president’s comments last night. And he said that what we need to do is try to understand them and he said that the anger was an understandable reaction. And I was just floored by that because it’s not an understandable reaction. People have to come up with a more socially acceptable way to deal with anger and frustration. This is totally and unequivocally intolerable ….

… when I heard the president call for calm after the rioting started, I questioned his sincerity because some of his political strategy of divide and conquer fuels this sort of racial animosity between people. And so I think when he called for calm after the rioting started I believe it was done with a wink and a nod.

On Jay Nixon:

… I think Governor Nixon is trying to soft shoe this thing. I don’t think he has the intestinal fortitude to deal with this. What’s happening down there right now is real ugly and the response isn’t going to be pleasing to the eye with what law enforcement and the national guard have to do. But, Neil, I mean come on. They have to restore order and the law enforcement officers and the national guard have to use all reasonable force to get that under control. Restraint is not an option right now for law enforcement .…

There’s always going to be people on the sideline that are going to second guess you. That’s part of what Governor Nixon has to deal with. It’s something that I have to deal with when I have to make tough decisions. He has to block that out and do what’s in the best interest of Ferguson, Missouri, and the state of Missouri and he has to get this thing under control and not worry about the optics so much. You know, nobody’s saying all due force or any force. What I’m calling for is all reasonable force to get this thing under control. And you’re going to be criticized. And he’s afraid to be criticized and he’s worried about what people might say in second guessing him? Then he’s in the wrong position.

On Eric Holder:

… Eric Holder is one of those that was in a very visible position to have talked reasonably and to kind of quell this thing early on and instead he engaged with inflammatory rhetoric. So for him to come on and announce what he’s going to today. You know, look, justice is about due process. You’re not guaranteed a result. You’re guaranteed due process. Due process played it out at the state level. If he wants to start a federal probe he’s entitled to do that, but that’s just going to prolong this thing and unless he thinks or he believes that there’s something nefarious that went on here with the Grand Jury investigation, I think he ought to reconsider that … For Eric Holder to come in I think it just continues to prolong this thing and fan the flames. And let’s say he comes out with some indictment of his own and it’s thrown out at the federal level, because in the end I don’t see a judge in this country upon appeal that would uphold any kind of conviction here against the officer. And then we may have to relive this all over again.

Addressing polls that show a sharp racial divide regarding the Grand Jury decision:

… The political strategy used by the left and we saw it play out in November with this war on women, this fanning racial discord with conservatives and accusations they’re trying to take black votes away that kind of stuff enables this, that kind of stuff encourages this divide. Sure there’s a divide in this country and there always has been and sometimes along racial lines. But instead of feeding that beast, what people in leadership positions, and even political positions, ought to do is temper that stuff down and allow some of this to just you know kind of simmer instead of explode all the time. Race is a very explosive and divisive issue in this country and it’s not going to go away You mentioned that. But we don’t have to pick at it, we don’t have to stoke it up all the time. And if it does start to smolder, because this has a lot more to do than just what the police use force. And I don’t expect police to make major changes in terms of how they use force to defend themselves or defend others … I don’t believe that a police officer should put his or her life in danger just to achieve some political agenda.

To learn more about Sheriff Clarke, who is a strong proponent of the 2nd amendment by the way, see:

  • here (bio)
  • here (his blog which is fantastic)
  • here (2014 CPAC panelist)
  • here (election web site with lots of information about him and his views)

Hat tip: Gateway Pundit

Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke tells it like it is. He’s a stellar reminder of what true leadership looks like and what it means to uphold the rule of law. It is a relief to hear someone speak with such honesty and candor.

To give you a taste of how fearlessly this man puts truth on display, here are two videos of Sherriff Clarke speaking about Ferguson. Below is a quote from a speech he gave at the National Press Club a couple of weeks ago:

… I’m known for not sugar coating things. This pissed me off … I sat up there and listened to Eric Holder throw law enforcement officers under the bus for political expediency….

His densely packed 6-minute speech is worth a listen, as is his recent interview with Neil Cavuto. I’ve transcribed a few gems for AT readers, but hope you’ll take the time to listen to this man. I can only hope and pray he is the voice of our future because, Lord knows, this is the kind of leadership and vision we desperately need.

On Al Sharpton:

… Anytime Al Sharpton shows up on the scene, nothing good is going to come of that.

On Barack Obama:

… I heard some of the president’s comments last night. And he said that what we need to do is try to understand them and he said that the anger was an understandable reaction. And I was just floored by that because it’s not an understandable reaction. People have to come up with a more socially acceptable way to deal with anger and frustration. This is totally and unequivocally intolerable ….

… when I heard the president call for calm after the rioting started, I questioned his sincerity because some of his political strategy of divide and conquer fuels this sort of racial animosity between people. And so I think when he called for calm after the rioting started I believe it was done with a wink and a nod.

On Jay Nixon:

… I think Governor Nixon is trying to soft shoe this thing. I don’t think he has the intestinal fortitude to deal with this. What’s happening down there right now is real ugly and the response isn’t going to be pleasing to the eye with what law enforcement and the national guard have to do. But, Neil, I mean come on. They have to restore order and the law enforcement officers and the national guard have to use all reasonable force to get that under control. Restraint is not an option right now for law enforcement .…

There’s always going to be people on the sideline that are going to second guess you. That’s part of what Governor Nixon has to deal with. It’s something that I have to deal with when I have to make tough decisions. He has to block that out and do what’s in the best interest of Ferguson, Missouri, and the state of Missouri and he has to get this thing under control and not worry about the optics so much. You know, nobody’s saying all due force or any force. What I’m calling for is all reasonable force to get this thing under control. And you’re going to be criticized. And he’s afraid to be criticized and he’s worried about what people might say in second guessing him? Then he’s in the wrong position.

On Eric Holder:

… Eric Holder is one of those that was in a very visible position to have talked reasonably and to kind of quell this thing early on and instead he engaged with inflammatory rhetoric. So for him to come on and announce what he’s going to today. You know, look, justice is about due process. You’re not guaranteed a result. You’re guaranteed due process. Due process played it out at the state level. If he wants to start a federal probe he’s entitled to do that, but that’s just going to prolong this thing and unless he thinks or he believes that there’s something nefarious that went on here with the Grand Jury investigation, I think he ought to reconsider that … For Eric Holder to come in I think it just continues to prolong this thing and fan the flames. And let’s say he comes out with some indictment of his own and it’s thrown out at the federal level, because in the end I don’t see a judge in this country upon appeal that would uphold any kind of conviction here against the officer. And then we may have to relive this all over again.

Addressing polls that show a sharp racial divide regarding the Grand Jury decision:

… The political strategy used by the left and we saw it play out in November with this war on women, this fanning racial discord with conservatives and accusations they’re trying to take black votes away that kind of stuff enables this, that kind of stuff encourages this divide. Sure there’s a divide in this country and there always has been and sometimes along racial lines. But instead of feeding that beast, what people in leadership positions, and even political positions, ought to do is temper that stuff down and allow some of this to just you know kind of simmer instead of explode all the time. Race is a very explosive and divisive issue in this country and it’s not going to go away You mentioned that. But we don’t have to pick at it, we don’t have to stoke it up all the time. And if it does start to smolder, because this has a lot more to do than just what the police use force. And I don’t expect police to make major changes in terms of how they use force to defend themselves or defend others … I don’t believe that a police officer should put his or her life in danger just to achieve some political agenda.

To learn more about Sheriff Clarke, who is a strong proponent of the 2nd amendment by the way, see:

  • here (bio)
  • here (his blog which is fantastic)
  • here (2014 CPAC panelist)
  • here (election web site with lots of information about him and his views)

Hat tip: Gateway Pundit

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Black Activist Supports Ferguson Grand Jury Decision

Monday, 24 Nov 2014 11:47 PM

By Jason Devaney

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The Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, a conservative black civil-rights activist and national radio talk show host, said Monday night that he supports the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case.

The grand jury ruled that Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson should not face charges in the shooting death.

Peterson called the people rioting and causing chaos in Ferguson "racist black thugs."

He released the following statement:

"The decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson proves that our justice system works. The outcome shows that justice prevailed despite a concerted effort by rabble rousers, corrupt civil-rights ‘leaders,’ Attorney General Eric Holder, and even President Barack Obama, who attempted to tip the scales of justice and convict the officer without due process.

"Emboldened by irresponsible public statements made by race baiters like Al Sharpton and Eric Holder, the professional community organizers have been planning to create havoc in Ferguson for months. Some are looking for an excuse to loot and riot. Racist black thugs in Ferguson even issued a $5,000 bounty on officer Wilson’s life.

"If blacks riot, the blame lies with the so-called ‘leaders’ and elected officials who condemned the officer without knowing all the facts and who treated the thug Michael Brown like a hero by sending White House officials to his funeral.

"The problem with most blacks in Ferguson and across America is that they want to blame police and scapegoat whites for their anger rather than taking responsibility for raising their children and improving their communities.

"Intimidation and lawlessness cannot be tolerated. Law enforcement must be allowed to do their job and protect law-abiding citizens and businesses, and we must all repudiate irresponsible race hustlers who incite violence with their lies and encourage the foolishness of black thugs who act like spoiled children."

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Niger Innis: Sharpton, Jackson ‘Make Their Bones’ on Racism

Monday, 24 Nov 2014 06:22 PM

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The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson profit by peddling racism in America, Niger Innis, executive director of TheTeaParty.net and national spokesman for the Congress of Racial Equality, charged on Monday.

"These boys make their bones, their money on racism. Real, imagined, nonexistent. Just the word racism," Innis said on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

"It’s how they make their bones and the fact of the matter is [that is] the way they execute their activism. Black life that is snuffed out by another black person has no meaning. It has no value.

"Black life only matters if it’s taken by a white person and then it really matters if it’s taken by a white cop."

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Black Residents Armed With Assault Rifles Stand Guard Outside White-Owned Business During Ferguson Riots

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A group of black Ferguson residents armed with high-powered rifles stood outside a white-owned business in the city during recent riots, protecting it from rioters that looted and burned other businesses.

After a grand jury returned no indictment against Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed black teen Michael Brown, protesters took to the streets and the demonstrations quickly turned into rioting. Several buildings were set ablaze, but a group of heavily armed black men stood outside a Conoco gas station.

One of the residents, a 6-foot-8 man named Derrick Johnson, held an AR-15 assault rifle as he stood in a pickup truck near that store’s entrance. Three other black Ferguson residents joined Johnson in front of the store, each of them armed with pistols.

In a city torn apart by racial tensions, the fact that black residents took up arms to defend a white-owned store made headlines.

The men said they felt indebted to the store’s owner, Doug Merello, who employed them over the course of several years.

The men said Merello always treated them with respect.

“He’s a nice dude, he’s helped us a lot,” said a man identified himself as R.J. The 29-year-old R.J. said the group chased away several groups of teenagers who wanted to loot the store, but also nearly got into a brush with soldiers from the Missouri National Guard, who initially mistook them for looters.

The gas station’s owner said the men definitely saved his store.

“We would have been burned to the ground many times over if it weren’t for them,” said Merello, whose father first bought the store in 1984.

While the black Ferguson residents defended the white-owned store, dozens of other businesses were not as lucky. Officials said more than a dozen businesses received “significant” damage as groups of rioters threw bricks, broke windows, and set fires.

The Ferguson Disaster: The Wreckage of Obama & Marx

November 27, 2014 7:28 pm EST | No Comment

The Right Planet By: Lee Stranahan Rebel Pundit (Photo credit: Gateway Pundit) As the smoke clears and the ashes cool in Ferguson, it’s important to remember that the catastrophe there wasn’t a spontaneous protest in response to a Grand Jury’s decision. Ferguson shows the destructive consequences of Marxist ideological theory and its application in practice. […]

Politicians and Media Incite Violence in Ferguson

November 26, 2014 8:33 pm EST | No Comment

By: Cliff Kincaid Accuracy in Media With Ferguson in flames and mobs running rampant, it became apparent to everyone—except the liberals and libertarians—that the media-hyped “militarization” of the police was not the problem. Instead, the problem in Ferguson was, and is, a criminal element doing drugs and determined to engage in anti-police violence. The additional […]

‘Unconventional Warfare’: Moscow Propaganda Uses ‘Ferguson’ to Demonize United States

November 26, 2014 7:32 pm EST | One Comment

Here’s an example of Russia’s unconventional warfare against the US. Kremlin propaganda station RT (Russia Today) uses “Ferguson” and gives us thirty minutes of almost unrelenting (and occasionally subtle) America bashing including even an interview with Hamas loving radical Bassem Masri. Please take your blood pressure pills first.

PRESIDENT JARRETT: “Senior Adviser” Reportedly Calling All the Shots, Including Those In Ferguson

November 29, 2014 4:29 pm EST | 3 Comments

By: Doug Ross
Doug Ross @ Journal

For those who are wondering how Barack Obama — a man seemingly engaged in full-time campaigning, fundraising and rabble-rousing — could also have the bandwidth to weaken America both at home and abroad, the answer is really quite simple.

The leader of the free world is actually a woman named Valerie Jarrett, a longtime crony of Barack and Michelle Obama, who appears to call all of the shots in the Oval Office.

In the White House, Jarrett has been linked to a wide variety of scandals and other policy debacles.

There are credible reports that Jarrett blocked the attack on Osama Bin Laden’s compound on three separate occasions.

Similar reports indicate that she gave the “stand down” order to would-be rescuers in Benghazi on 9/11/2012.

In 2012, she was reported to have led Obama’s “secret negotiations” with Iran’s Mullahs. Subsequent accounts depicted Jarrett as working with Iran’s nuclear experts to ensure the Islamic Republic could continue on its march to build nuclear weapons

…That year, Judicial Watch named Jarrett to its “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” list for her ties to the failed housing complexes and “other shady real estate scandals.”

Jarrett’s family background is equally troubling. Her father-in-law was a card-carrying Communist who worked with Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshall Davis.

Jarrett’s grandfather Robert Taylor is reported to have served in a leadership role for the Soviet Union’s American front group during World War II, when Stalin was still allied with the Third Reich. Taylor’s “American Peace Mobilization” was a Soviet initiative designed to keep America out of the war so that Hitler and Stalin could divvy up Europe and Asia virtually unopposed.

So, in short, the first female President is a hard-core Leftist with an abysmal track record for decision-making, a horrifically failed tenure as a chief executive, a stunning inability to learn and a steely refusal to take responsibilities for her many failures.

But she’s the president and you’re not.

Which explains why Jarrett — against all historic precedent — was given a Secret Service detail for protection.

Nice Deb Ferguson Cop’s Wife: DOJ Agents In Town Are “Not There to Guide, They’re There to Harm.”

Dennis Prager We Have a Moral Divide, Not a Racial One, submitted by Joshuapundit. It’s one of the better observations I’ve seen in print about what ails America.

Pro-Iranian Communist Party Co-ordinates “Ferguson” Protests, Excuses Violence

November 26, 2014 6:48 pm EST | 4 Comments

The Workers World Party is one of the most extreme leftist groups in America. They support Cuba, Iran, North Korea, even Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe. This November 22 video 2014 video “Why workers & the oppressed must stand with the Ferguson rebellion” from WWP leader Larry Holmes proves unequivocally that the the Party is coordinating […]

The Movers and Shakers Behind the Ferguson Riots

November 30, 2014 8:25 pm EST | No Comment

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
NoisyRoom.net

The Ferguson riots are not what they seem and those behind them are professionals. One of the top organizers of the protesters for the Ferguson riots is Lisa Fithian, someone who was intimately involved in the Occupy Wall Street movement. She has been deemed “Professor Occupy.” In 2005 and 2008, Lisa Fithian, Root Activist Network of Trainers, (2005), Alliance for Community Trainers Inc. (2008), was voted onto the Steering Committee for United for Peace and Justice. United for Peace and Justice is a partner organization of the George Soros linked Institute for Policy Studies. Several Marxist organizations are involved in the UFPJ leadership, but the most influential has been the Communist Party USA.

Lisa Fithian joined the labor movement through the AFL-CIO Organizing Institute in 1993. She is considered a legendary organizer. She also served as a human shield in actions conducted by the International Solidarity Movement in the Palestinian cities of Jenin and Nablus and has accused Israel of “slaughter[ing] Palestinians every single day in Gaza and the Occupied territories.” These are just a few of her credits.

Fithian is known for her statement: “create crisis, because crisis is that edge where change is possible.” Sound familiar? It should, it is straight out of Holder’s and Obama’s playbook, as well as Marxism in general. Fithian was a lead organizer in the infamous 1999 Seattle riots against the World Trade Organization that devolved into violence. She is known for teaching violent tactics as well as community organizing. She specializes in aggressive “direct action” tactics. Fithian previously provided training and support for the controversial ACORN group, National People’s Action, the new version of the Students for a Democratic Society and other radical organizations. She trained somewhere around 600 protesters for Ferguson.

The following video shows anti-capitalist radical Lisa Fithian training Chicago union teachers on how to stage their arrests for the camera in 2011:

Fithian is far from alone in her Revolution organizing. She is joined by the likes of Code Pink, RevCom, the New Black Panthers, Socialist Party USA, etc. The ACLU has been in the mix from the beginning as well, along with SEIU. The UN also became involved, along with national LGBT organizations, climate environmentalists, amnesty groups, pro-Palestinian organizations, Christian social justice groups and Planned Parenthood.

LGBT organizations represented include the Human Rights Campaign, Lambda Legal, National Black Justice Coalition, National Center for Lesbian Rights, National Center for Transgender Equality, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Action Fund, National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, National Center for Lesbian Rights Action Fund and PFLAG National.

Amnesty International sent a “13-person human rights delegation” to the town to “examine” potential human rights abuses, in what they refer to as an “unprecedented” move by deploying in the United States. Many other groups joined in, such as Tauheed Youth Development Life, the Organization for Black Struggle (OBS), the Moorish Science Temple, the Coalition Against Police Crimes and Repression and the Universal African Peoples Organization (UAPO). No radical party would ever be complete without the Socialist Workers Party as well.

Pro-Palestinian groups included: St. Louis Palestine Solidarity Committee, Organization for Black Struggle, U.S. Palestinian Community Network, Muslims for Ferguson, US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation, Council on American Islamic Relations St. Louis, Palestinian BDS National Committee, National Students for Justice in Palestine, Palestinian Youth Movement, American Muslims for Palestine and African Americans for Justice in the Middle East and North Africa.

In reality, there was a great presence at the riots by those such as the Nation of Islam, the New Black Panthers, CAIR and a whole host of Jihadists and their supporters including ISIS. Walid Shoebat is correct when he states that radical Islamists want to weaken and demilitarize the police. They are promoting Jihad in our streets and Ferguson is the perfect environment for their message. Even Iran’s Ayatollah got into the act.

From Walid Shoebat via Fox News:

Muslim groups have stepped up efforts to co-opt protests over the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., with a drive to equate the teen’s death to the death of a radical Islamist shot during an FBI raid in 2009, a Washington-based security watchdog group is warning.

Using social media, conference calling and traditional outreach methods, leaders of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) are portraying Brown and Detroit mosque leader Imam Luqman Ameen Abdullah as African-American victims of police targeting, according to the Washington-based Center for Security Policy (CSP). In a conference call organized by CAIR-linked “Muslims for Ferguson, a CAIR official called Abdullah a “Shaheed,” or martyr, and said both he and Brown were victims of a national security apparatus that had “completely gone wild” and engaged in “demonizing and criminalizing Muslims.”

“The reality is that this country, in law enforcement, be it local, state or federal law enforcement, people with guns have always seen black men and black people as threats,” Dawud Walid, executive director of CAIR’s Michigan Chapter, told the some 100 protest organizers on the call, made on the five-year anniversary of Abdullah’s death and which was monitored by CSP.

Walid claimed Brown was a Muslim, although when pressed, Walid denied he had made such a claim. Brown was buried in August after a memorial service at the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church in St. Louis.

Also from Shoebat, he states that another Muslim activist behind the Ferguson chaos wrote that Muslims, including CAIR have been involved since the beginning of this controversy:

From day one, Muslims have been on the ground in Ferguson. The Facebook group Muslims for Ferguson and other efforts were just later manifestations of what was already happening. Muslims were in Ferguson first and foremost because we live in the community like everyone else and are concerned about its well-being.

Along with Brothers Anthony Merrill and Naji Fakhrid-deen Adams, I was on the ground in Ferguson on the first night. I grew up in the area and have been talking about issues of violence and policing and surrounding economic issues for years.

For me, it was a no-brainer to stand in solidarity with those protesting in the streets. Brother Anthony also grew up in the area and has been vocal on local issues for years. Brother Naji is a reformed East St. Louis gang leader and substance-abuse counselor who works in the community every day.

Talal Ahmad was also on the ground from day one. A native of the O’Fallon Park Neighborhood in North St. Louis living in Jennings Brother Talal is a local independent-journalist who emerged as a protest leader with the group Tribe X. Brother Talal was instrumental in the successful occupation and subsequent negotiations with St. Louis University.

Brother Anthony Shahid of the Tawheed Youth Group and Masjid Tawheed is a long time St. Louis activist and veteran of the African-American struggle for justice. Brother Shahid was on the ground from day one and played a pivotal-role as a peacekeeper.

Missouri State Senator Jamillah Nasheed and her aide Eric Vickers, both Muslim, have also been mainstays at the protests. Ministers Donald and Akbar Muhammad, members of the Fruit of Islam security, and the Final Call News and others components of the Nation of Islam have also been active on the ground as have members of the Moorish Science Temple.

Mustafa Abdullah of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri has not only been active on the ground he has taken local police to court over the “5 second rule” and other egregious abuses of civil-liberties. Faizan Syed, director of the St. Louis Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations along with community-activist and Hafiz Abdul-Basit Syed, have also been of assistance to activists starting at an early date.

Muhammad Sankari, a youth organizer with the Chicago-based Arab American Action Network, argued that black and Latino minorities should look to Muslims as the “gatekeepers of policing” in the United States because anti-terrorism efforts had provided police with greater arsenals that, he claimed, were now being turned on those communities. He said “justice” could only be found “in the streets,” and not in “marble halls and marble buildings.” Muslims are looking to cause conflict to justify instituting Shariah Law state by state, city by city across the US.

And there were others of the communist variety at the riots. One of the protest leaders was Michael McPhearson. Just like Lisa Fithian, McPhearson has connections to CPUSA and United for Peace and Justice. McPhearson is the co-chair of the Don’t Shoot Coalition and addressed the crowd together with Julia Ho, a community organizer with Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment.

Then we have Maria Chapelle-Nadal who was elected to the Senate to succeed fellow Democrat Rita Heard Days of St. Louis. Chapelle-Nadal has numerous ties to CPUSA. Communist Party USA affiliate, Julie Terbrock was a Legislative Assistant to Representative Maria Chappelle-Nadal. John L. Bowman, another CPUSA affiliate, ran her campaign to be elected as well. Chapelle-Nadal also attended the Missouri Communist Party USA’s Friends of the People’s World when they hosted their 18th annual ‘Hershel Walker Peace and Justice Awards Breakfast’ on Saturday, May 8th, 2010. You might recall Nadal as the one who said Missouri was now in a race war after the Grand Jury announcement came down.

You have the race hustlers Jesse Jackson and especially, Al Sharpton. Sharpton was a great instigator in all this, stirring up the family of Michael Brown and the protesters wherever he could. He also claims to be a personal adviser to Barack Obama.

Which brings us to Governor Nixon and Valerie Jarrett. Nixon loudly and publicly proclaimed that there was no government influence on the National Guard not showing up the first night of the riots as businesses burned and were looted, and police cars were rocked and set on fire. Nixon let the city burn as directed by Jarrett and the Obama Administration. It is acknowledged by the White House that Valerie Jarrett and Nixon were in close contact for the first 24 hours of the violent protests. It’s not hard to see who called the shots there.

Doug Ross has this to share on Jarrett:

And who is our crypto-president?

In 2008, The Boston Globe exposed Jarrett’s background as the failed chief executive of The Habitat Company, which managed government-subsidized housing complexes in Chicago from 2001 until 2006. Her leadership, if you can call it that, resulted in violations so egregious that many units were deemed “uninhabitable” and eventually the federal government was forced to seize the properties.

That year, Judicial Watch named Jarrett to its “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” list for her ties to the failed housing complexes and “other shady real estate scandals.”

Jarrett’s family background is equally troubling. Her father-in-law was a card-carrying Communist who worked with Obama’s mentor, Frank Marshall Davis.

Jarrett’s grandfather Robert Taylor is reported to have served in a leadership role for the Soviet Union’s American front group during World War II, when Stalin was still allied with the Third Reich. Taylor’s “American Peace Mobilization” was a Soviet initiative designed to keep America out of the war so that Hitler and Stalin could divvy up Europe and Asia virtually unopposed.

So, in short, the first female President is a hard-core Leftist with an abysmal track record for decision-making, a horrifically failed tenure as a chief executive, a stunning inability to learn and a steely refusal to take responsibilities for her many failures.

But she’s the president and you’re not.

Which explains why Jarrett — against all historic precedent — was given a Secret Service detail for protection.

Iranian born Valerie Jarrett is more of a President than Obama is and she is an enemy within through and through. Digging all the way down to who is behind the Fergusion riots, you find a cadre of communists, radicals, Islamists, Progressives and in the end, the face behind the chaos is the Muslim Brotherhood-connected visage of the President’s consigliere the voice of Iran and a devout Marxist, Valerie Jarrett.

The Word Demon Is Now Racist

The Ferguson spectacle has resulted in at least two revisions to the Newspeak dictionary. As we have already seen, the verb to charge is now regarded as racist. Now the word demon has also been struck from the politically correct vocabulary. If you can tolerate an MSNBC interview that is inane to the point of brutality, at the end you will learn why:

· DJ3 hours ago

Are the words ‘demon’ and ‘charge’ really racist code words now?

Of course they are. According to some "sage geniuses" in the CBC, the entire English language is racist … but only when spoken by Republicans.

HEH!

(satire but based on a true story)

Congressional Black Caucus Discovers Entire English Language is a Racist Code Word

November 23, 2012

Responding to Republican criticism of UN Ambassador Susan Rice for claiming that the Benghazi attack on the US mission and annex there had been caused by a photo of a stuffed teddy bear named Mohammed, Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, the leader of the Congressional Black Caucus and Chairwoman of the House Subcommittee on 40 Acres, an Obamaphone and a Mule denounced any attacks on Rice as “horridly and unspeakably racist.”

While Fudge could not point to any single word that was racist, she insisted that every single word used to criticize Rice was a racist code word.

“If the language is being used to criticize a black person then we must deem such language to be irreparably and irrevocably racist,” Fudge said. “Every word that is used to disguise the racist intentions of a racist political movement must be deemed a racist code word disguising the true racist intentions of the racists who make use of them.”

Congressman Jim Clyburn went even further. “The entire English language was created by slaveowners as a means of oppression. You can’t just say that one word is a racist code word or another. The whole language, every single word, letter and apostrophe in it is racist. It’s a fact. If you speak English, you’re a racist.”

Democrats rushed to conduct conference calls over this new development worried about the consequences of continuing to use the racist English language. Some called for staffing the Democratic Party entirely with illiterates, while others argued that such a measure would be entirely redundant. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was reportedly taking Spanish lessons from Mayor Bloomberg in preparation for the Democratic Party’s shift to conducting all business in broken Spanish.

Barnard College announced that it was immediately shutting down its English literature program and burning its collection of medieval English manuscripts to protest the Saxon oppression of Africa.

Hope was however restored when Congressman Clyburn was lured out of his mansion with an offer of a 3 million dollar grant to a museum of basket weaving in his name, and was persuaded to clarify his remarks.

“All Republicans is racist,” Congressman Clyburn said, “therefore whenever they use English, they are using it to hiddenly express racist ideas. Whenever they speak, they are speaking entirely in racist code words. But when Democrats like us speak English, we’re using tolerance code words.”

And so it was settled. Anything a Republican says in English is racist. Any racial slur used by a Democrat is however a hidden tolerance code word.

Responding to Republican criticism of UN Ambassador Susan Rice for claiming that the Benghazi attack on the US mission and annex there had been caused by a photo of a stuffed teddy bear named Mohammed, Congresswoman Marcia Fudge, the leader of the Congressional Black Caucus and Chairwoman of the House Subcommittee on 40 Acres, an Obamaphone and a Mule denounced any attacks on Rice as “horridly and unspeakably racist.”

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Ferguson Protesters Set Fire To American Flag

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Protesters in Ferguson have set an American flag ablaze after another night of rioting and protests over the shooting of unarm teenager Michael Brown and the decision by the grand jury clearing of the officer, Darren Wilson, who killed him.

A crowd swarmed outside the Ferguson Police Department’s headquarters as a youth held the burning flag above a drain grate. Other protesters looked on while some proceeded to the film the burning of the flag.

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The act sparked discussions on whether it was un-American to desecrate the Star Spangled Banner.

It was once illegal in almost every state to burn the United States flag however, the Supreme Court overturned the aforementioned law in 1989 deciding that it violated the First Amendment of citizens.

The ongoing protest follows the resignation of Darren Wilson after a grand jury decided not to indict him, sparking days of sometimes violent protests in Ferguson and other cities across the U.S.

In his resignation letter, Wilson cites the impact that his current employment may put other police offices at risk.

“I, Darren Wilson, hereby resign my commission as a police officer with the City of Ferguson effective immediately. I have been told that my continued employment may put the residents and police officers of the City of Ferguson at risk, which is a circumstance that I cannot allow. For obvious reasons, I wanted to wait until the grand jury made their decision before I officially made my decision to resign. It was my hope to continue in police work, but the safety of other police officers and the community are of paramount importance to me. It is my hope that my resignation will allow the community to heal. I would like to thank all of my supporters and fellow officers throughout this process.”

Earlier today, several St. Louis Rams players, including receivers Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt, showed their support by doing the “hands up, don’t shoot” signal that has become popular among protesters in Ferguson.

[Image via The DailyMail AP/Jeff Roberson]

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Ferguson: A Defining Moment In Race Relations? Agitator Calls For ‘Bloodshed,’ Declare Some Will ‘Have To Die’

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Ferguson protestor Cat Daniels, along with a number of others, have caused quite a controversy following their recent statements during an interview with USA Today. The 53-year-old financial consultant has openly shared her disapproval of her generation’s impact on their children’s lives. Unfortunately, she feels her generation has failed, and the series of events that have ensued following the highly publicized death of Michael Brown has only made her perspective more evident.

Daniels, affectionately known as Mama Cat to younger protestors, feels that little progress has been made since the civil rights era, which is why the fight for justice continues today. “This is 2014, and we are still confronting the problems that our mothers and fathers confronted back in the civil rights era,” said Daniels. “My generation came along, and we fed off what they did. We didn’t fight and keep the fight going. Now, because we didn’t keep the fight, our children have to fight.”

Another avid protestor named Jay Daniels also shared his perception of the message America sends about the importance of African American lives when officers like Darren Wilson are not indicted. Now, as a result of the grand jury’s decision, many are fighting back with a vengeance, which could unfortunately lead to the death of many. Potential martyrs in this defining moment are open to leading the new civil rights movement and reportedly aren’t worried about the possibility of fatal consequences.

“Some people are going to have to die for the cause. It’s sad to say, but this is the new civil rights movement for our generation, and there will be casualties and there should be bloodshed.”

However, arguably many readers have a different perspective of Brown’s death as a “defining moment.” Although Brown was an unarmed, African-American teenager killed by a white police officer, many are viewing the fight for equality as the support of a “thug” who robbed a convenient store. Many readers have stated justice “would have been served” if the store owner had killed Brown instead of Wilson — an officer allegedly just “doing his job.” Others see the Ferguson protestors as agitators, inciting riots and havoc, instead of individuals partaking in a civil rights movement for justice.

Here’s what some readers had to say:

“Justice would have been served if the shopkeeper Brown robbed and assaulted had pulled a pistol and shot the 6’4 drugged-out 300lb thug Brown dead on the store video… that would be justice… and save an innocent policeman trying to do his duty from being assaulted, beaten, having his career and life destroyed… and saved all the innocent Ferguson store owners from having their property looted and burned by mindless, violent, lawless criminal Democrats…
It’s all about skin color, when racists call a ‘child’ a 6’4 300 pound thug who robs and assaults an innocent little shopkeeper, then attacks, assaults, punches, grabs for the gun of a Cop..Brown was armed… with aggression, hatred, bad attitude, and a 300 pound body..”

“Starting a civil rights movement by supporting a thug criminal like Brown? Yeah that makes sense…NOT. Here’s a movement for you try to not commit crimes, push around shopkeepers, and attack cops,” wrote Brett Guyer via USA Today.

“The ones who deserve to die are the communist/anarchist agitators. As they should, thanks to our second amendment given to us to fight this terrorism and tyranny,” another reader wrote.

Do you feel agree Michael Brown’s death is a defining moment in civil rights? Share your thoughts.

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Anonymous Declares Vengeance For Mike Brown: ‘We Are The Law Now’

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The hacker collective Anonymous has been involved in protests, information quests, and more since Michael Brown was shot on August 9, but in a Twitter post today, Anonymous declares vengeance — or, in their own terms, justice. After responding to a direct threat from the KKK, they went on to promise that justice would be done, saying, “We are the law now.”

Anonymous’ involvement in the Michael Brown case has involved leaking (incorrectly) the name of the officer who shot Brown, and later, doxing Officer Darren Wilson, the actual shooter. They’ve doxed a list of purported KKK members, releasing names, social media accounts, and other contact information. They’ve further claimed to have evidence that Darren Wilson is a KKK member, though they did not release this information, saying it would endanger others. They’ve hacked a Twitter account belonging to the KKK.

All of this has led to a particular tension between the two groups, and it seems that on Friday night, that tension escalated. Though the Twitter account @MStag56 is now deleted or suspended, one of Anonymous’ many accounts has shared an image purported to be a tweet from that account. The tweet appears to be a direct threat, and Anonymous responded in kind.

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This account is one of many that Anonymous listed as belonging to KKK members. The Klan did not show up as invited, though, and it is after this missed event that Anonymous declares vengeance.

After Friday’s failed meet-up, Anonymous opened Saturday with a warning, seeming to hint that they will bestow justice, or vengeance, themselves. They tweeted their promise early Saturday afternoon.

Though they don’t name a victim, there are certainly some obvious possible pursuits, including attacks on Darren Wilson or on the police force, or the KKK. The group, known for its hacking skills, may have in mind to use a digital, rather than physical, attack. It may be hoped that they could plan to pursue legal avenues, but “we are the law now” would seem to defy that as a possibility.

Anonymous declares vengeance — but where, and how, will they seek it?

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Enough with The Ferguson Pandering Lloyd MarcusAs Americans watched footage of police cars burning, thugs gleefully running with stolen goodies and mayhem in the streets of Ferguson, we were told that while violence is not the way, we must understand their rage More

The Real Tragedy of Ferguson Is… Eileen F. ToplanskyThe American left insists on continually finding a racial basis for anything that occurs in this country. That the facts do not align with what the liberals desire is infuriating to them. More

Farrakhan: ‘we’ll tear this goddamn country apart’ over Ferguson – 11/30/14 November 30, 2014More on the moral stature of Ferguson protesters/ More

Standing up to Ferguson protester bullies – 11/30/14 November 30, 2014“I got six kids to feed and you are going to get me fired.” More

Madness in Ferguson continues – 11/30/14 November 30, 2014Citizens protecting businesses in Ferguson get harassed by police, Louis Farrakhan encourages people to destroy the country, and a movement to kill police officers takes hold on social media. More

It’s official. Officer Darren Wilson has resigned. – 11/30/14 November 30, 2014His career is over. His (& his family’s) life is in danger. All because he performed his job as he was trained to do. More

About Them There Four Hours

November 29, 2014

By Bill Schanefelt

The St. Louis (Mo.) grand jury rightly refused to indict Officer Darren Wilson of any criminal charges in the death of Mr. Mike Brown, but the Department of Justice and the family’s lawyers might pursue civil charges à la the O.J. Simpson case.

However, going into that briar patch will probably leave the pursuers of the rabbit both blooded and empty-handed, because Officer Wilson’s lawyers will be able to depose any number of people about Mr. Brown’s life history and his actions on the day he died.

Of particular interest in those depositions will be the four hours between Mr. Brown’s meeting up with his co-criminal, Dorian Johnson, and Johnson’s and the “Gentile Giant’s” robbery of the Ferguson Market.

Frequent AT contributor Jack Cashill has been all over the outstanding reporting done by the folks at The Conservative Treehouse with respect to Benghazigate and the Trayvon Martin case, and he has most recently commented about the possible troll witness #40 in the Mike Brown/Ferguson/Darren Wilson fiasco.

The jury will be out on witness #40 for a while, but those Treepers are, again, leading not only the pathetic reporting done in the Mainstream/Lamesteam Media but also the blogosphere’s reporting on the story.

Treeper Commonsense has thoroughly deconstructed the conflicting testimony and comments of Mr. Johnson. In fact, it is so thorough that my excerpting parts of it would do it a great injustice.

Suffice it to say the record reveals that Mr. Johnson left his girlfriend to get breakfast at 7 a.m., met up almost immediately with Mr. Brown, and then the two showed up sometime after 11 a.m. to rob the store.

No account exists of what went on during those four hours, and the piece explains, among other things, why we should be interested in the actions of the two during those hours.

The piece does an outstanding job of pointing out the many misconceptions about, and misleading actions and words of, “witnesses” to the shooting of Mr. Brown.

It also raises many, many troubling questions about the actions of Messrs. Johnson and Brown before that fateful day, during the unexplained four hours prior to the robbery, and during their encounter with Officer Wilson and numerous questions about the testimony of several other witnesses.

Mr. Johnson’s serial lies and his apparent co-opting by the Black Grievance Industry lie at the heart of all that is wrong about the reporting on the case, and Commonsense reports on it as no one else seems to have done.

This piece presents a signal condemnation of the received wisdom with respect to the Brown/Wilson case, and it is an absolute must-read for serious people seeking an understanding of that case.

And it is a signal recommendation that the Treehouse be on everyone’s daily reading list.

The author is retired, his profile may be found on bilschan.

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Ben Stein Calls Obama ‘The Most Racist President There Has Ever Been In America’

By Brian Anderson, November 3, 2014.

There are plenty of superlatives one can use to describe President Obama: Biggest liar, least qualified, sh*ttiest golfer, etc…but conservative media figure Ben Stein adds the most ironic of them all: Most racist. And he really does have a point.

While speaking on Fox’s America’s News HQ, the former presidential speechwriter called out Obama for his purposefully divisive rhetoric and agenda. He told anchor Shannon Bream that Obama has consistently tried make every issue, and every election, about race.

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“What the White House is trying to do is racialize all politics and their especially trying to tell the Africa-American voter that the GOP is against letting them have a chance at a good life in this economy, and that’s just a complete lie,” said Stein.

And it’s not just Obama, but all democrats, that drive a wedge through America with racial conspiracy theories:

“I watch with fascination — with incredible fascination — all the stories about how the Democratic politicians, especially Hillary [Clinton], are trying to whip up the African-American vote and say, ‘Oh, the Republicans have policies against black people in terms of the economy.’ But there are no such policies,” he continued.

But as we know, the fish rots from the head down, so Obama is ultimately the source of this fabricated rightwing war on minorities:

“It’s all a way to racialize voting in this country. This president is the most racist president there has ever been in America. He is purposely trying to use race to divide Americans,” concluded Stein.

Stein is 100% correct on this, but it’s not just Obama’s words that show his racism; it’s his deeds as well. Ignoring immigration law, the looming amnesty executive action, reducing federal drug sentencing, and My Brother’s Keeper are all examples of racially motivated Administration policies. And let’s not forget how Obama’s sicks the Justice Department on high-profile racial cases like Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, while ignoring similar incidents involving non-blacks.

Even ObamaCare, the minimum wage hike, and extending unemployment are thinly-veiled redistribution of wealth schemes drawn up along racial lines.

The President of the United States is supposed to represent all Americans; every race, every religion, and every class. The fact that he puts almost all of his time and energy into catering to a coalition of minority groups proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that he is intensely racist.

The funny thing is, like everything else, he’s terrible at it. Despite all his effort to cater to the minority communities while ignoring the whole of the country, the minorities hate him. The Latinos are pissed because of his lying, delaying, and politics playing with immigration reform. The blacks are furious with him because they say he hasn’t done enough to help them.

So while Stein calls Obama the most racist president ever, we can add one more superlative to his embarrassing presidency: Obama is the most racist president ever and the worst at being the most racist.

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