In Ferguson, Missouri, the evidence shows that, on August 8, 2014, “Big Mike” Brown committed several crimes in a very brief amount of time. He committed a strong-arm robbery, assaulted a police officer, fought for the officer’s gun, refused the officer’s orders to stop, and charged the officer “like a football player with his head down”. Actions have consequences, and the consequences of Mike’s choices and actions that morning were exactly what anyone of any skin color should expect.
Words also have consequences. In the Brown case, or similar cases where violent behavior leads to tragedy, lessons could be taught that would be helpful to communities where violence is much too common. Our President is in a perfect position to intervene in a positive and helpful way. There could be words about personal responsibility, respecting the rights of others, respecting law enforcement. Anger and violence could be condemned.
Or, ‘leaders’ could lie about every aspect of the Michael Brown case in a way that would inflame racial divisions, create more anger and violence and increase hatred of the police. They could concentrate on grievances in a way that is entirely destructive – an approach that has no chance of improving the lives of black people. They could create a nationwide movement that would tear this country apart. This is the path that was taken by large numbers of people in powerful positions.
The narrative chosen by the racial dividers is everywhere, but here are some examples of the lies used by black ‘leaders’ to create the angry mobs.
Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, Black Caucus Chairwoman said, “This decision [grand jury] seems to underscore an unwritten rule that black lives hold no value; that you may kill black men in this country without consequences or repercussions.”
Missouri State Senator Jamilah Nasheed called the Brown case “an execution style murder”. She was later arrested with a gun in one of the race mobs she worked to create.
Jesse Jackson, speaking to angry protestors, said, “The civil rights of Michael Brown was violated… I would hate to think what would happen if you had black police maliciously killing white children in this way… The forces of evil choose to undercut our dreams. ”
Our chief law enforcement official, Eric Holder, rushed to characterize the case as an unjustified killing by a racist cop. While the grand jury was examining evidence, Holder was pronouncing a verdict. To nationalize the anger he said that the problems caused by racist cops “are truly national in scope” and they “threaten the entire nation”. He said, “Our police officers cannot be seen as an occupying force”.
Speaking at a University in Baltimore, Louis Farrakhan said that if the demands of those who wanted to lynch Office Wilson were not met, “we’ll tear this goddamn country apart!” The crowd cheered. Promoting a race-war Farrakhan added, “We going to die anyway. Let’s die for something.”
NAACP President Cornell Brookes said the Brown case was a case of “police brutality” that is “commonplace in communities of color all across the country”. He announced nationwide “Journey for Justice” demonstrations against police misconduct.
President Obama supported the race-baiter narrative. He even brought up Ferguson at the the U.N. General Assembly, saying that this racist incident demonstrates how America has “failed to live up to our ideals”. He invited the mob organizers to the White House on two occasions to express agreement with their grievances and to urge them to keep demonstrating, to “stay the course”.
You can know everything you need to know about Obama’s strategy on racial issues by knowing that the ever-despicable Al Sharpton is Obamas “go-to guy on race”. Sharpton is a very frequent visitor to our White House, where he and Obama plan their strategies on racial issues. Cornell West said Sharpton is, “the bona fide house negro of the Barack Obama plantation”. Sharpton said of Obama, “He’s calculating… he gets the game”.
What is the game? It’s different things for different players and it has nothing to do with honestly addressing the real problems of the black underclass. It’s about power, money and the march toward leftist utopian dreams.
Most of the people on the streets are “useful idiots” who are pawns in the game. Notice how easily the lies of demagogues can arouse a mob. The “hands up, don’t shoot” myth was re-enacted by people lying in the streets, by legislators, by educators, by athletes, and by television commentators. It’s a parade of angry misinformed fools. Think of them as the Alinsky Army in training. The deaths that have been part of this training operation are just collateral damage. There will be more destruction.
Those who are directing the show are simply following these Alinsky’s rules:
“The organizer’s first job is to create the issues or problems, …’The organizer ‘must first rub raw the resentments of the people of the community; fan the latent hostilities of many of the people to the point of overt expression. He must search out controversy and issues, rather than avoid them, for unless there is controversy people are not concerned enough to act. . . . An organizer must stir up dissatisfaction and discontent. …From the moment the organizer enters a community he lives, dreams… only one thing and that is to build the mass power base of what he calls the army. “
Obama taught and practiced Alinsky’s methods of community agitation. After the premier of the 1998 stage play, “The Love Song of Saul Alinsky”, there was a panel discussion by the most noteworthy Alinsky radicals. Barack Obama was on that panel. Obama served on the board of the Woods Foundation with Bill Ayers from 1999 -2002. They funneled money to the Midwest Academy, an Alinsky training institute. Obama also had a close association with ACORN, another subversive Alinsky inspired group.
The Bill Ayers association relates to the current racial turmoil. Instigating a race-war was an explicit part of the Weathermen’s plans to fundamentally transform “AmeriKKKa”. The plan was for white radicals to trigger a worldwide revolution by instigating racial violence here. If you think Ayers has changed his destructive plans, you would be wrong.
You can take his word for it. At an Occupy Wall Street rally in 2012, he said, “I get up every morning thinking, today I’m going to make a difference. Today I’m going to end capitalism. Today I’m going to make a revolution. I go to bed every night disappointed but…I’m back again tomorrow.
In a radio interview in 2012 he said, “I think the people who practice white supremacy and who benefit from it are going to have to be stopped. And I think that’s a huge undertaking and I think it takes a revolution.”
Since Ayers has the same revolutionary goals “every day”, we can assume that he had those goals on the day that he hosted a fundraiser in his living room to launch the political career of Barack Obama.
You may be shocked and saddened by the choreographed violence in the street, but you must realize that there are those who are encouraged and excited by it. Do not cede the moral high ground to these people. The fundamental transformation they seek is utopia in theory but very real destruction in practice. Do not under-estimate the danger that these people pose to your future.