Obama Ignores Black Economic Woes To Focus On Racism

December 29, 2014

Daily Caller:
U.S. President Barack Obama reponds to a question during his end of the year press conference in the briefing room of the White House in Washington, December 19, 2014.  REUTERS/Larry Downing
(Daily Caller Screen Shot Credit)

President Obama is using racial tensions to distract attention from the painful impact of his economic policies on African-Americans.

The tactic was crudely and successfully used Dec. 19 in his year-end press conference, when Obama waved away a reporter’s question about the economic condition of African-Americans in the sixth year of his presidency, and quickly shifted the topic to racial conflict.

“Like the rest of America, black America in the aggregate is better off now than it was when I came into office,” he said, before switching to his preferred subject.

“Now, obviously, how we’re thinking about race relations right now has been colored by Ferguson, the Garner case in New York, a growing awareness in the broader population of what I think many communities of color have understood for some time, and that is that there are specific instances at least where law enforcement doesn’t feel as if it’s being applied in a colorblind fashion,” he said.

Obama’s speech came one day before an unemployed African-American man implemented his plan to kill two cops in New York City. The man killed himself while being chased by cops.

Obama’s distraction tactic works because establishment reporters are eager to portray African-Americans as victims of white cops, and are reluctant to address the toll of Obama’s economy.

Even the reporter who asked the question, April Ryan, was seemingly spun by Obama’s answer. She later appeared on MSNBC and CNN where she and the hosts talked about cops and racism, not blacks, wages and unemployment.

Since August, Obama and his allies have pushed the media to provide massive coverage of the shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo.

When a grand jury chose not to indict Wilson, Obama and his allies — including MSNBC host and community organizer Al Sharpton — turned the media’s attention towards the accidental killing of another black man in New York during an altercation with police.

The media has happily followed the president’s stage directions, and has delivered massive coverage of riots, angry African-Americans, TV-stage arguments and street protests, both prior to the midterm elections and after voters delivered a disastrous setback to Obama in Congress.

This media cooperation was provided despite the implosion of Obama’s prior focus on racial conflict — the 2012 investigation and 2013 acquittal of a neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman, for shooting a black youth who reportedly misidentified the watchman as a white man.

That racial distraction has minimized coverage of Obama’s lame economy, his many scandals and his Nov. 20 decision to provide work-permits to at least four million foreigners, most of whom will compete directly against African-Americans for decent jobs.

Obama’s strategy was neatly illustrated at his year-end press conference, where April Ryan asked him directly about his economy.

“You said [in 2009] it was the best of times in the sense that there… has never been more opportunity for African Americans to receive a good education, and the worst of times for unemployment and the lack of opportunity,” said Ryan, who works for American Urban Radio Networks. ”We’re ending 2014. What is the state of black America as we talk about those issues as well as racial issues in this country?”

Obama dodged on the softball economic question, which was the only question asked about working Americans.

First, he reached for his most-used crutch — that the economy is now better than at the depths of the 2009 recession.

“Black America in the aggregate is better off now than it was when I came into office. The jobs that have been created, the people who’ve gotten health insurance, the housing equity that’s been recovered, the 401 pensions that have been recovered,” he said.

Those statement are partly correct.

Obamacare’s expansion has aided many low-income blacks, but the government regulation adds more burdens to the economy. The stock market has raised the value of 401(k) accounts, but very little flowed to poorer Americans, including African-Americans, while nearly all of the benefits went to wealthier Americans.

The unemployment rate for African-Americans has fallen by 1 percent per year, down from 16 percent in February 2010 to 11 percent in November 2014. That rate is double the national average, and it matches the high unemployment rate among low-skilled people who did not graduate from high-school, and who are now losing jobs to machinery and low-wage immigrants.

But Obama has made the employment situation worse for African-Americans by ending enforcement of immigration laws and by offering work-permits to roughly 6 million illegals, guest-workers and future immigrants. Overall, almost half of the jobs added since January 2010 have gone to migrant workers, not to Americans. In fact, fewer Americans held jobs in December 2014 than held jobs in 2007.

Obama dodged the uncomfortable fact that African-Americans’ wages have drifted down amid the surplus of low-skill labor. The median weekly wage for blacks was $601 in 2009, and $644 in the fall of 2014. That’s a $15 decline, once inflation is considered.

Next, Obama reframed the economic problem as a racial issue, by describing African-American poverty as a racial disparity.

“The gap between income and wealth of white and black America persists,” he said.

In fact, it has grown. African-Americans’ median household wealth — such as has declined steadily from 2009 to 2013, according to Pew. Blacks’ median wealth is now one-thirteenth of whites’ median household wealth, such as property and stocks. That’s down from one-eighth in 2010.

Obama then tried to spread the blame. “We’ve got more work to do on that front,” the president said, moments after claiming credit for apparent gains.

Obama explicitly blamed past racism for current problems. “I’ve been consistent in saying that this is a legacy of a troubled racial past of Jim Crow and slavery. That’s not an excuse for black folks… they’re starting behind, oftentimes, in the race.”

Then he claimed his government-centered policies have boosted education and opportunity among African-Americans. “The education reforms that we’ve initiated are showing measurable results… We are seeing record numbers of young people attending college,” he said.

But in Obama’s high-unemployment economy, even blacks with college degrees are doing worse than their pre-depression peers. “Among recent graduates ages 22 to 27, the jobless rate for [graduate] blacks last year was 12.4 percent versus 4.9 percent for whites,” said a New York Times article, which was published quietly on Christmas Day.

“This 7.5 percentage point difference was far greater than before the recession… there was only a 1.4 percentage point difference [in 2007], with 4.6 percent of recent black graduates out of work compared with 3.2 percent of similarly educated whites… [and] the delay in finding a job can reverberate years down the road, reducing wages over a lifetime,” the Times said.

“’I’m just surprised I haven’t gotten any job,’ said Garrick Ewers, 22, a business administration major who donned a cap and gown this spring at Morehouse College, a historically black men’s college in Atlanta,” read the Times article.

“Mr. Ewers, who would like to work in marketing, applied to Google, Apple, BET, MTV and Amazon, among others… He took a job a couple of weeks ago at a video store near his home for $8.50 an hour,” the article said.

That’s a huge drop from the future that Obama promised to Morehouse students in a May 2013 commencement speech.

“You’re graduating into an improving job market. You’re living in a time when advances in technology and communication put the world at your fingertips. Your generation is uniquely poised for success unlike any generation of African Americans that came before it… With doors open to you that your parents and grandparents could not even imagine, no one expects you to take a vow of poverty,” Obama declared.

But the established media isn’t interested in the gap between reality and Obama’s words, or in the link between reality and Obama’s actions.

The New York Times article on African-American graduates, for example, did not even mention Obama. It was published on Christmas Day and generated minimal media reaction. In contrast, the Times produced 106 articles on the Ferguson shooting in the 20 days between Aug. 10 and Aug. 30.

The established media prefers easy, TV-ready racial conflict — and Obama delivered that in a rush of words, just after he dodged Ryan’s economy question.

There is “a growing awareness in the broader population of what I think many communities of color have understood for some time… [that] law enforcement doesn’t feel as if it’s being applied in a colorblind fashion,” he told the assembled media Dec. 19.

“The task force that I formed is supposed to report back to me in 90 days… [and] my intention is to, as soon as I get those recommendations, to start implementing them.”

The media-magnified disputes between police and African-Americans “has been a healthy conversation that we’ve had,” he said, promising more of the same.

“We’ve been moving forward on criminal justice reform issues more broadly… Sometimes you’ve got a police department that has gotten into bad habits over a period of time and hasn’t maybe surfaced some hidden biases that we all carry around,” he continued.

After the press conference, the reporters followed Obama’s stage directions. For example, Ryan appeared on MSNBC and CNN shortly after she asked her question to Obama.

On CNN, the host and Ryan focused on Obama’s decision to talk about the Ferguson shooting, not about economics. “As black people, we feel certain thing that other communities don’t,” she said.

That focus was promptly touted by Jay Carney, Obama’s former press secretary. “I think it it really resonates with African-Americans around the country, especially parents, and to Americans of all colors,” he told CNN.

On MSNBC, Ryan followed Rachel Maddow’s lead and focused on male reporters’ reactions to Obama’s decision to take questions only from women reporters in the press conference. “Oh yes, they are hot, they are seething,”Ryan told Maddow, before she briefly returned to economics in the last fifth of the segment, when she cited her 2009 interview with Obama.

“For African-Americans, he said, for those who have education, good education, it’s a great time for opportunity, but for those who don’t, it is unemployment, it is a bad time, because there’s unemployment problems and the lack of opportunity,” Ryan told Maddow, before Maddow returned the president’s use of female reporters.

Ryan did not respond to emails from The Daily Caller.

In her radio show for urban radio, Ryan again led with the president’s decision to invite questions only from women, then highlighted an upbeat quote from Obama, saying “through persistent effort and faith in the American people, things get better.”

Unfortunately for African-Americans, the economy is growing much slower than the labor supply, and has been since at least 2000. That keeps median wages low, especially for low-skill African-Americans, no matter how much is earned by investors and business leaders.

But for Obama, African-Americans’ economic problems aren’t one of his top priorities.

Obama has seen this downward economic trend since he was a left-wing political activist in Chicago, and has even publicly acknowledged that the flood of cheap immigrant labor was part of the problem.

“If this huge influx of mostly low-skill workers provides some benefits to the economy as a whole… it also threatens to depress further the wages of blue-collar Americans,” Obama wrote in his 2006 autobiography, “The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream.”

In Chicago, “everywhere, it seemed, Mexican and Central American workers came to dominate low-wage work that had once gone to blacks — as waiters and busboys, as hotel maids and as bellmen — and made inroads in the construction trades that had long excluded black labor,” he wrote.

But Obama has long subordinated that problem to his higher goal of binding the growing Latino community into the Democratic political machine, alongside the black community.

“In my mind,” he wrote, “the fates of black and brown were to be perpetually intertwined [and become] the cornerstone of a coalition that could help America live up to its promise.”


White People Are ‘Devils’, Darren Wilson Should be Lynched Cry Out Ferguson Protesters

December 11, 2014

By Brooke Bosca | Top Right News

Ah, the wonderful, peaceful protesters of Ferguson, They just want justice and peace. They just want us all to get along. Well, except with those White Devils.


Yeah, you’re not going to see the real views of the Ferguson street on CNN. But TruthRevolt’s Ami Horowitz interviewed them over the past week since the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.

Horowitz asked simple questions and got some stunning answers, that should challenge many liberal talking points, on how Blacks can’t be racist, on how “peaceful” the Brown protesters are, and even on how Blacks view Barack Obama.

One protester said:

We don’t hate white people. Ya’ll the devil.

When Horowitz asks protesters, “Why are you all here?” a man can be heard replying:

To f*ck sh*t up!

Several protesters say Darren Wilson deserves to be killed, when asked what they think should happen to him. One visibly heated protester gets in Horowitz’ face and has to be restrained by his friends.

Man Who Robbed Store With Michael Brown Lands Gov’t Job!

December 11, 2014

By: Slade Johnston (Breaking911 Newsroom):

The man who coined the slogan ‘Hands Up Don’t Shoot’ has landed a government job. Dorian Johnson infamously known as Michael Brown’s accomplice in the strong armed robbery of a convenience store, was captured in surveillance video stealing Swisher Sweets cigarillos  minutes before Officer Darren Wilson fatally shot Michael Brown. Johnson was also walking with Brown when they were stopped in the street by Wilson.

Johnson was the man who  falsely stated that Michael Brown was shot from behind as he surrendered himself to the officer.  Autopsy results disproved the claim and  showed that Michael brown was forward facing when Wilson shot and killed the teen.

According to STltoday.com, Johnson has been hired via the government low income program SLATE.

Johnson has not been and probably will not be charged in the strong-arm robbery of the store.

Breaking911.com  couldn’t reach Johnson for comment.

BREAKING: The REAL Michael Brown They Don’t Want You to See… (SHOCKING VIDEO RELEASE)

December 10, 2014

Michael Brown 1 (revised)


by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled

Most people are aware of who Michael Brown is. Or should I say “was?”  Well, most people only know the Michael Brown that Imam Al Sharpton and many other ignorant race-baitors would have you believe he was.

This is the REAL Michael Brown they don’t want “you” to see…


Michael Brown Criminally Assaults and Robs an Old Man:

This may not be Michael Brown. Please go to this Snopes and judge for yourself. http://www.snopes.com/politics/crime/shawnspall.asp

Video source: Confidential by request

Not All Ferguson Grand Jury Documents Released – Surprise!! The Media Just Found Out Dorian’s Testimony is Mysteriously Missing…

December 8, 2014

The Last Refuge:

DUH. You guys already know this, but apparently the media had to hire a team of private investigators and investigative journalists to figure it out. The most significant document missing is the one we first noticed absent on the very first night. Dorian Johnson’s joint State and FBI interview conducted on August 13th.

In our researched opinion this is directly because there was a deal made with Dorian for his “story”. (I outlined the deal on November 25th)  It is entirely possible, actually more than possible, most likely, the recorded FBI interview/statement of Dorian Johnson is wildly divergent from both his media interviews and his grand jury testimony.

Dorian johnson giving statementWe strongly feel the FBI knew Dorian was making up a story, then when given structural immunity, he admitted to making up a story on August 13th.

The State/FBI officials then allowed him to give BS testimony -that mostly matched his BS media interviews- to the grand jury because the feds/state were willing to provide him a cover story for his own protection from community backlash.

Bottom line, the Feds needed the accurate truth because by August 13th they had enough of a physical and forensic outline to substantiate the three interviews of Darren Wilson. Wilson was interviewed on Saturday 8/9 (local), Sunday 8/10 (local and state), and for more than three hours on Tuesday 8/12 (state and federal FBI).

By the time the same Feds sat down with Dorian (next day after Wilson) as seen in this picture at the attorney’s office, they knew only three actual, well, actually “claimed” eye-witness statements were in conflict with Wilson:  Dorian Johnson, Tiffany Mitchell and Piaget Crenshaw. The feds knew the physical evidence DID NOT match the claims of Dorian, Tiffany and Piaget.

They mostly needed to know why those claims didn’t match.

From the fed’s (“we already know the truth”) reference to Johnson, which they also told his attorney Freeman Bosley Jr, (who admitted as such to the CNN – but CNN didn’t know enough to catch the reference) the FBI and State officials found out Dorian was making up the entire narrative. 

Now watch this old video, taken two days after the FBI interview, and you’ll see it:

Hopefully you watched that ↑ video – because, in hindsight now, it should be giving you an “ah-ha” moment.

To hide both their (DOJ/FBI) knowledge thereof, and the admission of Dorian, the recording and transcript was withheld from the public, yet was read by the Grand Jury.  The grand jury is bound to secrecy.

In essence the Grand Jury knew Johnson was making it up, that’s why their questions were seemingly from information out of left field. It wasn’t left field to them because they knew the content of the FBI 8/13 statement, it was only left-field to YOU.

If the 8/13 Dorian Johnson interview was EVER released the public might ask why the Feds let the case continue.

The DOJ/FBI were essentially covering for the politicians decision to let the grand jury play out just to placate the various parties who held interest, AND to further the agenda of the politicians (see Holder/Obama August 18th ↓).

potus and Holder president obama and eric holder

Here is the mainstream media trying to figure it out. Enjoy:

robert mcculloch 2ST. LOUIS — In spite of St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch’s promises to make all witness testimony in the Michael Brown shooting case public so he could show the process was fair and impartial, McCulloch’s office now acknowledges that it kept some records secret at the behest of federal authorities who are still investigating the incident.

The acknowledgment came after a review by KSDK-TV found several key documents were missing from the thousands of pages released by McCulloch’s office on Nov. 24, shortly after the prosecutor announced that the grand jury had decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson for killing the unarmed teen.

McCulloch’s executive assistant, Ed Magee, said the office released everything it still had when the case was closed, but had “turned over and relinquished control” of some FBI’s interviews conducted in connection with the shooting.

Dorian Johnson interview withheldA team of investigative reporters from around the country reviewed the transcripts released by McCulloch’s office, which included law enforcement interviews with 24 witnesses. Most conspicuous in its absence was the joint federal-county interview with the witness who had been closest to the deadly confrontation, Michael Brown’s friend Dorian Johnson.

Transcripts of the grand jury proceedings indicate that interview was conducted on Aug. 13, four days after the shooting, and lasted more than two hours. Transcripts of that interview were provided to grand jurors, who then listened to a recording of it in its entirety, the records show.

But, while McCulloch’s office provided the public with recordings of six different television interviews Johnson conducted with local and national media, there is no record of what Johnson told law enforcement before his grand jury testimony. Neither the audio recording nor the transcript of Johnson’s FBI interview was included in the materials released.

McCulloch repeatedly said that following witness testimony over time, to see if they changed their stories, was a critical part of measuring a witness’ veracity. During his press conference Nov. 24, he listed several specific times when witnesses whose stories suggested Wilson had not been justified in using deadly force, altered their testimony after being challenged or after learning the results of autopsies.

McCulloch encouraged the media and the public to review the records he released with that in mind. (keep reading<– you should, it’s funny!

Robert McCulloch

{snip}  Good luck ever getting that August 13th DOJ/FBI interview pried from the hands of the feds.  It would embarrass everyone. 

Remember, these are ALL DEMOCRATS. 

The Prosecutor Robert McCulloch is a Dem.  The Mayor, Slay, is a Dem.  Governor Nixon is a Dem.  AG Eric Holder and President Obama et al.  They can’t let it be known that they knew this was all for show and political benefit.

Saint Louis Mayor Slay

nixon presser 1

Here’s my summary from over two weeks ago:

dorian prediction

The irony is, the “street” is wise to the ruse.  Hence, Dorian Johnson in hiding.

The “street justice leadership” know, you know, and the MSM is running around bumping into walls trying to figure it all out.  Maybe if they hire more “teams of investigative reporters from around the country” they’ll figure it out.

Yeah, me neither.


December 2, 2014

#AceNewsServices – FERGUSON – Dec.02 – The Michael Brown protests, which started out to lobby a case against the Ferguson, Missouri, police officer who encountered the giant teenager that fatal day in August – long before a grand jury decided there were no charges possible against Officer Darren Wilson – appear to have developed into a cottage industry.

' Ferguson riots after Grand Jury decides not to indict Darren Wilson - Screenshot from 2014-12-02 12:24:46 '

Run by Communists, in many cases.

Bloomberg.com reported at a gathering of several hundred in a church in St. Louis recently, there were Communist Party members from New York along with others.

“What started as a spontaneous neighborhood protest in the hours after 18-year-old Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson has expanded internationally, drawing support from as far away as London and Hong Kong. As groups joined Ferguson-related protests over the past 114 days, they’ve brought new energy and resources to the movement,” the report said.

“They’ve also hatched ideas, goals and tactics of their own – sometimes at odds with the original protests over police brutality and racial profiling.”

“A lot of these groups, I’ve never heard of,” Johnetta Elzie, 25, a St. Louis activist, told Bloomberg.

At locations like Tumblr, there were lists and postings of such rallies, featuring the raised fist image so long associated communism.

Other locations featured images of “Ferguson” rallies by groups such as “Defend Wall St.”

@Breaking911 Yeah, because the police in Communist states are always really, really sweet cuddly teddy bears. —

Blake Hallock (@Blake_Hallock) November 29, 2014

“Protests in Ferguson, Missouri, continued last night, and among the demonstrators exercising their right to free speech were some calling for a ‘communist revolution,’” according to Twitchy.

Read More: 


Video: Farrakhan On Ferguson: ‘We’ll Tear This G**damn Country Up!’

December 2, 2014

The Daily Caller:

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan went on a fiery tirade about Ferguson on Saturday — threatening that if the demands of protesters aren’t met, “we’ll tear this goddamn country apart!”

Farrakhan stated in his speech — given at Morgan State University, a black college located in Baltimore, Md. — that violence was justified in response to the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson and peaceful protests are only in the interest of “white folks.”

“We going to die anyway. Let’s die for something,” the radical figure told the crowd to roaring applause.

He even said the parents of teenagers should teach their kids how to throw Molotov cocktails. “Teach your baby how to throw the bottle if they can. Fight,” the minister advised, and then imitated throwing the explosive device.

Farrakhan argued that violence was justified by the “law of retaliation” HE claims is in both the Bible and the Koran.

“In this book, there’s a law for retaliation,” he said, while holding up what appeared to be the NOI version of the Koran, and repeated, “A law for retaliation.”

Farrakhan believes white people will only start listening to black concerns through violence against whites.

“As long as they [whites] kill us [blacks] and go to Wendy’s and have a burger and go to sleep, they’ll keep killing us,” the self-proclaimed minister said. “But when we die and they die, then soon we’re going to sit at a table and talk about it! We’re tired! We want some of this earth or we’ll tear this goddamn country up!”


Farrakhan also criticized President Barack Obama, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and other black leaders for engaging in what he sees as “compromise” and being out of touch with young African-Americans. He believes they are doing the bidding of “white people” by trying to tell protesters in Ferguson to remain calm.

“Tonight in Ferguson everybody is on edge. White folks have never been on edge after they killed a Black man. Tonight they’re on edge; so on edge that our president has come out from behind the curtain to ask young Black people: ‘Cool it. That’s not our way.’” Farrakhan said. “I heard you, Mr. President; and I asked myself a question: What brings you out of the shadows?”

Farrakhan then attacked Eric Holder and black religious leaders for telling “black youth to be peaceful.”

“And you preachers: Your day of being the pacifier for the white man’s tyranny upon black people, you got to know they’re [young blacks] not going to hear you anymore!” Farrakhan declared to standing ovations.

He continued to go after Obama and how he has not gone to “wicked” police departments and demanded they stop killing minorities.

“Why the hell don’t you stand up and tell them that your killing of Black youth and Brown youth is not going to hold no more,” Farrakhan said.


Despite wanting violent confrontations in the area, Farrakhan wrongly referred to Ferguson as “Jefferson” in some of his remarks and only corrected his mistake when audience members shouted out the town’s actual name.

Video: “Insulted? Too bad..” Bravo. And a couple more “Bravo!” things added on….

December 1, 2014

Start this video at 50 seconds if you don’t have the 3 minutes to watch the whole thing.This will MAKE YOUR DAY, I PROMISE.

What a clear and straight-forward talker…….this is how White cops hate Blacks, huh, when the White cop cries for a little 5 year old Black girl shot in the head while sitting in her daddy’s lap?  Chief of Police Edward Flynn:  Hero.

ADD ON:  A friend just sent me THIS PHOTO, which I think says so much.   Please take a look!   We get lost in the hate and forget there are people on both sides with a lot of feeling, a lot of hope for connecting and healing.   I find it so sad that ABC NEWS looks like it had to carry this picture but carries it so perfunctorily;  no background story, no emotion at all.

ANOTHER ADD ON~:  Black Community News (Star Parker) posts THIS ARTICLE by Larry Elder, where he mentions my video above and says a LOT of other excellent things you’ll want to read.  Enjoy!


Huffington Post Writer To White Protesters: Ferguson Is ‘Not About You’

December 1, 2014

Huffington Post Writer To White Protesters: Ferguson Is ‘Not About You’

A Huffington Post blogger lashed out at white liberals for making a Michael Brown protest all about them and told white people angry about protest rules to leave black protests alone.

Organizers of a Black Lives Matter protest in Toronto this week distributed a list of protest rules including “Stand behind black folks or between us and the police”, and “If you see a cop harassing a black person, come in and engage. [Chances are they are least likely to arrest you].”(RELATED: White Michael Brown Protesters Told To Serve As Human Shields For Black Protesters).

But protester Eternity E Martis, a “Lifestyle writer, blogger, mixed-race feminist,” wrote an op-ed for Huffington Post Canada blasting white protesters for getting angry about the rules.

“Some of you decided to rage and whine on the Black Lives Matter protest Facebook group about how this was segregation, and how your life matters too, and how we should screw ourselves if we don’t want to include you. Well said, angry white people. But in case you haven’t realized, everything in the world is already about you,” Martis wrote.

Martis noted that the black community needs white allies but criticized white protesters in Toronto who did not move from their places at the center of the protest mob.

“If you’re having trouble with that, you either disliked having a black person tell you what to do, or you are so full of your white privilege that you didn’t feel you needed to move. After all, you got there first, right?,” Martis wrote. “If you don’t like being touched, then why are you in a shoulder-to-shoulder protest about solidarity? To feel better about yourself? Don’t chant about ‘no justice, no peace,’ when you’re very presence is why we have neither.”

“Stop infesting our Facebook groups and comment sections of our articles with your white whining. Stop making it about you. If you don’t like what we have to say, remember the things you’ve been able to say about us so explicitly — then leave us be,” Martis continued.

Martis had strong parting words for white protesters angry about the black-oriented nature of the protest.

“You’re just not cut out for this. We kinda expected better of you. It’s probably best that from now on, you just complain about our progress from afar.”


The Moral Retardation and Racism, and Communism of the “Justice for Mike Brown” goons

December 1, 2014

Moral Retardation? CHECK!

Racism? CHECK!

Racial hierarchy is key to progressive ideology. This has never been more obvious than at the riots and other disturbances leftists have whipped up to undermine law and order in the name of the dead thug Michael Brown. For example, organizers of Black Lives Matter in Toronto have made it explicit that to moonbats, these lives matter more than anyone else’s:

“WHITE/NON BLACK ALLIES” were addressed in information disseminated by “Black Lives Matter” Toronto protest organizers in advance of demonstrations that began in the city Tuesday night after the Ferguson, Mo., grand jury exonerated police officer Darren Wilson.

“While we appreciate the solidarity shown by White and Non-Black POC [persons of color? puppets of convenience? pieces of crap?], want to remind folks of some things: Please refrain from taking up space in all ways possible. Remember that you are there in support of black folks, so should never be at the centre of anything,” the rules stated.

“Refrain from speaking to the media. Black voices are crucial to this.”

“Stand behind black folks or between us and the police.”

“If you see a cop harassing a black person, come in and engage. (chances are they are least likely to arrest you),” the rules stated.

Communism? CHECK CHECK!

On Friday night Communist protesters gathered outside the Ferguson, Missouri police department.

They handed out literature and chanted:
“The only solution is a Communist revolution.”