• African-American radicals offer message to white America: Put white cop on trial and convict him or we’ll make blacks riot.
By Victor Thorn —
Despite clear, overwhelming evidence that on August 9, 2014, a 6’4”, 292-pound black thug named Michael Brown committed two felonies—the strong-arm robbery of a liquor store and an attack on a police officer—before being shot, an orchestrated gang of anti-white extremists are threatening to further escalate violence across America.
The most blatant example derives from Missouri state Senator Jamilah Nasheed, who wrote a letter to St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch, “If you should decide not to indict this police officer, the rioting we witnessed this past week [in Ferguson] will seem like a picnic compared to the havoc that will likely occur.”
Certain areas of the country didn’t even have to wait that long. Only days after police officer Darren Wilson rightfully shot Brown in self-defense, within a span of 15 minutes three white residents of Hackensack, N.J. were approached by a black man who punched and assaulted them in what’s become known as the “knockout game.”
Similarly, an August 19 Washington Times headline revealed, “Race-based hate crimes spike in D.C.” Of all 2013 hate crimes, statistics show that 72% were perpetrated by blacks on whites. Delroy Burton, chairman of the Washington, D.C. Fraternal Order of Police, said: “Regardless of what the category of crime is, the vast majority of people committing these crimes will be black.”
At the White House on August 21, black protesters staged a “Day of Rage” where they chanted, “Hands up, don’t shoot.” None, though, seemed to mention the fact that Brown beat Wilson so severely that Wilson’s eye socket was broken.
One woman present, Lisa Pointer, complained to reporters: “I am here because, in America, black men are under attack. They are constantly killed, with no justice.” Apparently, nobody informed Pointer that blacks murder 91% of all other blacks in this country.
When examining the riots and looting that transpired in Ferguson, we discover the overt presence of Revolutionary Communist Party members Gregory Lee Johnson and Travis Morales hurling Molotov cocktails at those trying to preserve law and order. At a local press conference, leaders from the New Black Panther Party (NBPP) insisted that the greatest threat to America was “racist white folks who are running this country.” These same Black Panthers were instrumental in inciting violence on the streets of Ferguson.
Of course, who could forget the August, 2012 comments uttered by the NBPP’s King Samir Shabazz, who urged blacks to “kill cracker babies” and not be scared to “drag whites out of their houses, skin them, hang them in trees, drag them behind trucks, and pour acid on them.”
Further ratcheting up anti-white rhetoric among black mobs in Ferguson were typical race-baiters Reverend Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.
Also hustling his brand of racial obsession was Attorney General Eric Holder, who reminded looters who’d destroyed hundreds of small businesses, “I am a black man.” Justice is supposedly blind, but with Holder it’s always perceived through a prism of anti-white hostility.
And then there was Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (D), who prejudiced any potential jury pool by insisting on a “vigorous prosecution” of Wilson.
In light of these biases, black leaders want St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch, a white man, removed from Brown’s case. The reason: McCulloch’s father, a policeman, had been shot to death in 1964 by a black assailant.
Victor Thorn is a hard-hitting researcher, journalist and author of over 50 books.