Anderson Cooper Accidentally Tweets Mindset Of Ferguson Community Protestors – Why Won’t Police Offer Just One Cop For A Sacrifice…

Every once in a while serendipity strikes the background.

Check out the cardboard sign carried by a group of protestors being interviewed by Anderson Cooper:

anderson cooper ferguson

“You’ve Killed Our Kind 4 Years But Won’t Sacrifice 1 Cop For Justice & To Save A Community & These Businesses”

Somebody tell me exactly how you open dialogue with that mindset ?

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143 Responses to Anderson Cooper Accidentally Tweets Mindset Of Ferguson Community Protestors – Why Won’t Police Offer Just One Cop For A Sacrifice…

  1. aprilyn43 says:

    This is the twisted mentality of the Liberals and blacks! Which is sick, sick, sick!

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    • Sentient says:

      I thought it was the Aztecs who were into human sacrifice.

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    • myopiafree says:

      This is the concept of “collective guilt”, developed by the NAZIS. If one Jew escaped, the would kill 10 Jews in response. The Japs did it to their English prisoners. The police know that this officer shot in self-defense. He is guilt of nothing. It is likely that Mike Brown had some sort of death-wish, and started towards the officer. He had already smashed the officers face. The officer obviously judged that the 300 pound thug was comming back to “finish him off” – and he also had a companion to assist.

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  2. nomorebsplease says:

    It’s just a collection of every inner city bigot. So many people in that area must be embarrassed to be among them. But, like many Black Conservatives when it comes to media, they are voiceless. Just a cavalcade of human sludge.

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  3. kinthenorthwest says:

    This is not about Justice — This is all about Entitlement due to something their own people started Centuries ago. This is so sick on so many levels.

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    • nyetneetot says:

      …something their own people started Centuries ago.
      About 140-150 years really, unless you’re referring to the incident that reintroduced slavery legally before the country’s founding. Well, yes and no. All races have been involved in the BGI.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        America did take slavery beyond what most countries did, but the Africans were the ones who sold Africans into slavery.
        Do they even realize how many White Americans gave their lives up in the Civil War??

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        • nyetneetot says:

          America did take slavery beyond what most countries did..
          Actually it was the British and it started with the Irish. It is well recorded that African slaves, not tainted with the stain of the hated Catholic theology and more expensive to purchase, were often treated far better than their Irish counterparts.

          The short answer is, “No”. All due to the BGI which goes back about 140-150 years.

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          • Capt John Charity Spring MA says:

            No.

            The slaves that landed on British territory were dwarfed by those on Spanish, Portuguese (YKW) and French territory.

            The early Americans of course were actually British.

            So if you look at it objectively you see the truth. America was peripheral to Black slaving. The numbers of imported blacks are all recorded on ship manifests.

            This also ignores the role of Arabs and Sephardi slavers.

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            • nyetneetot says:

              Yeah, I noticed we were kind of over generalizing during a vaguely defined time period. I was being lazy not wanting to type out a long article of the history of slavery, but you’re right. I think I was trying (unsuccessfully) to point out that the BGI and others have effectively made actual history disappear so they could benefit at the expense of all others.

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            • Capt. John, you stung me. Read this from Wikipedia and then do more research before you post this garbage: “Several scholarly works have been published[5] to rebut the antisemitic canard of Jewish domination of the slave trade in Medieval Europe, Africa, and/or the Americas,[6][7][8][9] and that Jews had no major or continuing impact on the history of New World slavery.[8][9][10][11] They possessed far fewer slaves than non-Jews in every Spanish territory in North America and the Caribbean, and in no period did they play a leading role as financiers, shipowners, or factors in the transatlantic or Caribbean slave trades.[12]”
              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_views_on_slavery

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          • Truff says:

            Actually it started long before that with the Ottoman Empire. Whites where millions of whites were sold into slavery.

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        • During the slavery movement only 15% went to America, 85% went to South America and other places. So, your comment that America took it beyond what most countries did is not valid.

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          • Lulu says:

            Getting into heated arguments over the history of slavery seems to be a run off the rails. The blacks in our country believe that WE are responsible for it. Still. Does anything else really matter at this point? I don’t see them being reeducated at this point, do you?

            It is their perception, what has been drummed into them and their parents and grandparents that is driving their rage. That and their failure to succeed. Their own failure to make use of all that was available. (Not welfare.) Our salon discussion here is not going to change that. It is just a diversion.

            We’re talking about a big black guy who robbed a store and then assaulted a cop. And an angry mob (including women) that wants that cop’s head.

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    • annieoakley says:

      I was thinking the same. These people could not care less about Justice. They want REVENGE just like Islam.

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  4. partyzantski says:

    Wow. There is no interest in actual “justice”, just the logic of the hangman’s noose in that town – the cardboard sign is quite clear in its intent… they are tooling up to Pontious Pilate the Officer. Now, will DoJ take the time and resources to protect HIM or his Family from this lynch mob????

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  5. The sign pretty much sums up the entire debacle. Sure, let’s just throw this upstanding cop, who was defending his life, to the wolves. Maybe we can find a virgin to toss into a volcano while we’re at it.

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    • Fantasia says:

      Lets throw a uniform on Anderson Cooper and let him go first. How do you think he would like that? I imagine that crowd in Ferguson would just love his pink, squishy arse.

      Come on Anderson, you are an such an upstanding guy, how about YOU lead this sacrifice, since you seem to be so damned righteous?!

      Certainly, you are not suggesting that a man do something YOU would not be willing to do. Right, Anderson? Right?!

      Beuler?

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  6. labrat says:

    I’m shocked. Mike Tobin just included the CTH info in his report for Special Report. Finally! Has anyone else seen the info reported by MSM?

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Even a blind squirrel occasionally finds a nut.

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    • barbie says:

      I saw his report. He introduced that segment, however, by claiming that the wounds were consistent with the deceased having his hands up. Then, he added that contradicted a report “circulating on the internet” and the graphics transcribing part of that video Sundance provided was shown.

      How in the world will the officer’s reps every find the man who purportedly IS that witness? I seriously doubt he’d come forward voluntarily.

      The more I read about Baden and his battle with Mayor Ed Koch and his politics (very, very liberal), I am even more ticked he went in front of the cameras. He should have let his report do the talking for him.

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  7. John Galt says:

    The Al Sharpton extortion mentality: No Justice No Peace

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  8. ctdar says:

    Wow, maybe they ought to look within themselves and ask why they continue to sacrifice their lives to the BGI year after year.

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  9. doodahdaze says:

    1 word. Egoism. It is the ruling ethic of the BGI and the basis of black culture in the USA. Even the black churches.

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    • yadent says:

      ‘Persecution Complex’—my ancestor’s were persecuted, my present predicament is ‘bad’ as a result of continued system persecution thru the subsequent years. Hence the solution that has been taught and reinforced by the powers that be within and outside of black culture is continued dependence on others as they ‘owe’ us for all of that persecution. Until that dependence cycle is broken the black community will continue to feed that ‘Complex’ thus fostering the being ‘owed’ mentality…IMHO

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      doo I just said that above in reply to another comment..Some of the black Christian churches seem to have some weird values, as evidenced by Wright’s Church in Chicago.

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      • Sam says:

        It isn’t Christianity. It is liberation theology, an attempt to blend Marxism and Christianity. They don’t mix. What they end up with is Marxism with a Christian veneer, plus some black supremacy thrown in to make the pew polishers feel good about themselves.

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  10. ZurichMike says:

    The parallels with the Trayvon Martin case are indeed amazing. But I think this scam has jumped the shark already. This will have nowhere near the attention as the Saint Skittles case. The DOJ would be hard pressed to find racial discrimination in a single case where there is no recorded conversation with a non-emergency dispatcher, no other evidence other than his stellar record, and where, indeed, in a mostly black neighborhood, it’s more than likely that at any given time he would be ticketing, following, confronting or apprehending a black.

    Police officers around the nation will not be happy if Missouri decided to “sacrifice” one their own just to appease the ignorant savages of Ferguson.

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    • Fantasia says:

      I could imagine a lot of cops mass quitting and walking off the job.

      Yes, indeed.

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      • lineman says:

        And walk away from them pensions I don’t think so…They will just quit policing in predominantly black neighborhoods… Which in turn will cause even more chaos and maybe it will come crashing down and we can start rebuilding while we still have enough freedom loving people to do it…

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      • Lulu says:

        CAn you imagine all of the white cops walking off the job in Ferguson – including the white chief? Leaving law enforcement to the few blacks who became officers?

        Of course the 20some percent of the 21,111 population that is white would have to move away, but it is an interesting proposition to ponder.

        “You broke it – it’s yours…” (didn’t Colin Powell say that?)

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    • ytz4mee says:

      Well, the Grifter in Chief has certainly parsed his words carefully enough to not give them the green light to warm up the engine on the Railroad Express.

      Seems the Grifter has run out of “sons” to empathize with. mein HoldHerr hasn’t really had too much to say to the “cowards” about this mess either.

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  11. czarowniczy says:

    I do believe we’ve discussed this and it’s the usual method political jurisdictions use to quiet the voices of the restive unherd…err, unheard. Blue straw dogs have been common use items in saving political butts for a long time. Standard pol thought balloon: “Hmmmmcommon make a moral decision or make the one most likely to save my career?” Don’t hurt him, don’t hurt me, hurt that guy behind that tree.

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  12. joshua464 says:

    How about we just give them Obama and Holder, Clinton, and Reid for sacrifices?

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  13. Fantasia says:

    They are ahead of the Angela Corey judge they have hand pucked.
    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/18/county-investigation-michael-brown-was-shot-from-the-front-had-marijuana-in-his-system/

    I like the way the department is handling this.

    The delay in releasing information was perfection in my opinion, allowing the attention whores to run around the networks spewing their “shot in the back” lies.

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  14. sundance says:

    On the backside of that sign should be more words:

    “WARNING LIBERAL MEDIA MAGNET – Disconnect Cognition Prior To Coming Within 30 Feet”

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  15. joshua464 says:

    would someone please invite the ISSL crowd to set up a headquarters and training camp in Ferguson….I want to see how the members of the Black Christian Church like converting to Islam or getting a dose of torso cranial circumcision.

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  16. WeeWeed says:

    I’m wondering just how many of these so-called “citizens” of Ferguson are paid agitators from outta town. After all, THIS DOJ has deep pockets.

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    • barbie says:

      Perhaps I am simply dim-witted, but I do believe this is NOT helping Obama. It’s hurting him.

      Last night, Don Lemon was beside himself over the behavior of the people shooting guns, telling them on air, “You’re embarrassing these people, bringing shame to them.”

      That was his way of saying they were reinforcing people’s perception of them and that they were validating proof that a guy like Brown was thuggish.

      The governor, a dem, has disgraced himself too. America saw his lack of leadership and spine.

      Something like this is bad for the party in power.

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      • Kihn says:

        Might have bent to the will of the Fed (i.e. DOJ-CRS). Party above all else. We are all Internationalists now.

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      • CoffeeBreak says:

        Transformation of a country can’t take place without this activity. The left has coddled blacks for generations in exchange for an instant army at the drop of a hat. There has never been a better time to get that race war going. It’s a strategy. We’re going to see some very bold actions.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I think the biggest majority of them are from out of town. They see the opportunity to loot.

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  17. How about tossing Holder into the caldera of rioting blacks as a sacrifice?
    That’s a win-win all around. 😈

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  18. Sal says:

    What they want is a lynching, plain and simple.

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    • Fantasia says:

      That has been obvious from day one.

      What do we want?

      Darren Wilson!

      How do we want him?

      Dead!

      Saw this on Fox News. They were interjecting, text, to make it not “appear” so bad. While showing the chanting, the text on the screen read, “How do we want him?” “Dead… indicted…jail”

      Not ONE person in that crowd could be heard uttrring tgise words. I am hard of hearing, and I watch peoples’ lips. Not ONE person said “Jail” or “Indicted”. Fox was intentionally lying to make the NBP not appear so horrible!

      The animals need to remain corralled in their zoo. Let’s hope the National Guard manages this.

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  19. joshua464 says:

    Anderson Cooper standing in the Ferguson protest crowd….

    “One of these is not like the others……..la de da da…..”

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  20. Aslan's Girl says:

    Like Israel trying to negotiate with Hamas.

    Can’t negotiate with terrorists/blackmailers.

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  21. OldIADGuy says:

    http://members.boardhost.com/stlouiscoptalk/msg/1408393258.html
    SLCPD Officer interview. Gabe Crocker’s KTRS Interview…

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Guess they don’t like Obama painting a target on their back. Maybe you know the logic of calling out a few national guard but lifting the curfew. Any idea?

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      • OldIADGuy says:

        Don’t know for sure why they lifted the curfew. Probably because they don’t have the manpower to enforce it. If you can’t enforce it, you look weak, not a good thing. As far as the National Guard, I heard that they will be used to secure the area around the command post. The rumor I heard was that last night the mob charged and almost over ran it. I don’t know it for a fact, but that is what I am hearing.

        If the National Guard is used for security of the area around the command post, traffic control and road blocks, it should free up a sizeable number of officers to address the looters. If you listened to Gabe Crocker’s interview, the police have been playing defense and a weak defense at that. They need to be a lot more pro active and go after the looters and especially targeting the leaders. Will that mean confrontations where people could hurt. Yes, but people are getting hurt now and the criminal element control the streets. You’ve seen interviews of Ferguson residents and shop owners. They want something done yesterday!!

        One last thing, most of the tactical officers’ uniforms are flame resistant. The regular uniforms are not. I believe that is why you see so many “militarized” police in the front lines and in front of the camera.

        Take Care

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  22. cohibadad says:

    Killed their “kind” 4 years? Perhaps the cardboard protestor is referring to the “criminal” kind. In which case, yes, this is true, and hopefully more of that kind will meet a just end.

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    • Aslan's Girl says:

      By using the word “kind” they are enforcing the racist idea of “other”… they wouldn’t stand it if a white person called blacks “their kind”, I’m sure.

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    • Sha says:

      You must be reading my mind…. I was thinking the kind that walk into a business take what they want and bully there way out of it or the kind that you always make excuses for when they do wrong or the kind that just need you to say boo before they start tearing up crap. What kind of people think killing a man because he defends himself is justice and the icing on the cake is the kind of people who expect those same cops that they talk sh== about to come to the rescue when there sorry arse runs across someone like big mike jumping on them.

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      • Sha – it’s different people. those talking sh++ about cops and those asking the cops to come to the rescue.
        Also, “their kind” hate it when others refer to them as “you people.”

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        • Sha says:

          I always feel sorry for the innocent people who get caught up in the cross fire of stupidity in these situations. When I think of ” you people” I think of someone who will believe anything they are told and following where ever they are lead with out even trying to think for themselves.

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          • jello333 says:

            Yeah, of all the people hurt by this garbage, I think I feel most sorry for the GOOD people who have to live in these communities. I mean the ones who simply can’t afford to get out, and so they’re stuck. And they can’t even open their mouths about how they really feel. While doing so might not get them physically attacked, it sure will get them ostracized. Which wouldn’t be so bad if they could just pack up and leave…. but again, many of them just CAN’T.

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            • Sha says:

              Hey Jello ! ((waving)) Your right….it must really stink to be stuck in a neighborhood where if you walk down the street right now you could get caught up in something you want no part of or even hurt because your just trying to go to the store. 😦

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  23. Lou says:

    they want to create new witnesses. bottomline. this is just like the Trayvon case. guarantee 3 made up witnesses will be made up with the talking point “I was too scared to come forward with the Ferguson Police in charge”.

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  24. doodahdaze says:

    Who is paying Baden? Fox?

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    • Fantasia says:

      He made the claim in the article he did it for free, tgen, in tge same article, the claim was made he was hired, and paid for. It contradicts itself, so who knows who to believe anymore.

      He said in a high spotlight issue like this, you do it for free, for the families.

      Near the end, “his travel and expenses were paid for, as he was hired…”

      Who’s lying?i do know this. A professional keeps his opinions to himself. He has made it clear who’s side he is on, IMO. Expect him as a witness for the prosecution.

      “No officer should be shooting that many times.”

      Who the heck is he to make that statement?! He wasn’t there, and doesn’t know the circumstances.

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  25. John Denney says:

    A home school conference had a session for teens in which they were taught to ask four questions when someone makes bare assertions:

    1) What do you mean by . . .?
    2) How do you know?
    3) What does it matter?
    4) What if you’re wrong?

    So right off I’d ask, “what do you mean by justice?”

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  26. Rachelle says:

    How do you open a dialog with that mindset? Apparently bringing the tanks back is the only way for now. The police might actually consider protecting the businesses in that community as well. And, we need to stop paying teenage girls to have babies – too many of those babies are neglected and grow up to be sociopathic monsters. Fortunately, there a few bright, moral voices in the black community that are finally beginning to speak out against the destructive, corrosive culture of ghetto entitlement.

    Addendum: Remember that in the Duke Lacrosse case there were people calling for the imprisonment of those young men even if they weren’t guilty to atone for historical white crimes. Apparently half a million deaths in the Civil War wasn’t enough.

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  27. kinthenorthwest says:

    I am truly wondering if this is just a ploy to get the attention off of all the other many many Obama scandals and messes.
    I do believe it started as a real police incident, and then the Obama people gave it wings. Anyone heard about the border lately, or Gaza, or Russia, or the IRS computers …you get the idea cause I could just keep on typing.

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  28. Lou says:

    now is the time I’d like to hear MOM tear Ben Crump’s strategy a new one since he’s now a media personality.

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  29. Aslan's Girl says:

    Sounds like the Mafia: “Nice little business you have there, shame if anything happened to it.”

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  30. nivico says:

    Sigh…

    The Brown family attorney Anthony Gray just told CNN that the police officer SHOULDN’T HAVE GOTTEN OUT OF THE CAR.

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    • Lou says:

      wow, they are pulling this crap again.

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      • nomorebsplease says:

        lmao

        Though, to be fair, all white people with guns in black neighborhoods should have had that tattooed on their forehead just for their own well being. Every time you wake up “Oh, right. Yes. I must remember this”. It ain’t worth it. Let ’em get hit by cars, jaywalk, whatever. Just punch your time card and say your prayers each night.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      We were expecting it.

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    • ctdar says:

      Big Mikee should have never robbed the convenience store.

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      • That was mistake number one, but you can bet the Bully had been doing similar crap his entire life and nobody ever stopped him. End result big Mike ain’t so big no mo !

        Problem is there are millions of big Mikes, little Mikes and Juans and Joses everywhere you look as well as JIm, Bobs and Petes !. And all are victims and due something for free on demand. Houston we have a problem !

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    • Sandra says:

      nivico, are you kidding? Did the idiot really say that?

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      Brown should have complied.

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      • nomorebsplease says:

        If Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin wanted to study and get home immediately to go back to their books, 4 people would walk this earth, not know anything each other, and neither would we. But we’re not allowed to have that conversation. That is why this continues to happen and will for many more years.

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    • Menagerie says:

      Let’s see if I understand. They said Zimmerman should have stayed in his vehicle and waited for police. Now they say the police should not get out of their car? Are thugs the only ones allowed unlimited freedom of movement? Should there be a permitting agency, giving me papers to travel to and from my car?

      What if I don’t have a car? Walk at your own risk?

      What other at risk actions am I taking? Is there any way to be apprised of my risk taking short of being held up by the BGI?

      Should all businesses open a drive through to serve all of us who aren’t allowed out of our cars? Is that the solution to our sluggish economy? Just think, if we could get those businesses to pay the new drive through clerks fifteen bucks an hour, why gosh, we have revitalized America.

      And y’all said liberalism never works.

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    • Lulu says:

      Getting out of the car is what cops do. The Brown family has been handed a copy of Crump’s speeches and game plan for Sybrina Fulton-Tracy Martin (Trayvon Martin’s mother and sperm donor).

      It doesn’t fit.

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  31. lepanto says:

    “Sacrifice one to save the community … ”

    The Caiaphas mindset is not without historical precedent. John 11:49-53

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  32. _Jim says:

    I fail to understand the mindset that weighs the ‘sacrifice’ of a human being for ANYTHING; have we (well not us, but ‘those people’) devolved to that point where they literally DEMAND human sacrifice?

    I’m thinking its time to fully ‘armor up’ if that’s the case …

    I’m understanding now why George S. Patton wrote this about crowds, mods and riots:

    Weapons:

    The use of gas is paramount. It may be used by hand grenades with a range of 25 yards, rifle grenades with a range of 250 yards, or bombs and stokes mortars. While tear gas is effective, it should be backed up with vomiting gas.

    Although white phosphorus is incendiary, it is useful in forming a screen for the attack of barricades and defended houses.

    Next in order of importance come the saber, the bayonet, and the club. In the case of dismounted troops, do not close in on a mob with the bayonet or club if you are largely outnumbered. If the mob refuses to disperse, give them a fixed time, perhaps five minutes. Call the minutes so they can hear. If they are unheeding, lob some gas into the rear of the crowd at exactly the end of the period. If this fails to move them, open fire with one man per squad for a frontal attack while at the same time have men in houses shoot into the rear ranks selecting apparent leaders. Always fire for effect. Due to over shooting of the battle sight at short range, caution the men to fire at the knees of the crowd. If it is necessary to use machine guns, aim at their feet. If you must fire, DO A GOOD JOB. A few casualties become martyrs; a large number becomes an object lesson.

    With mounted men even small numbers may charge with impunity with the saber. At first use the flat side, but if real resistance occurs, use the point and try for lethal effect near the belt line. Never allow a man to be pulled from his horse. If this happens, use pistols and give a GOOD lesson.


    From: http://pattonhq.com/textfiles/federal.html

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    • _Jim says:

      mobs and riots (not mods!)

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      • doodahdaze says:

        The Libs are starting to panic. Like Dr. Frankenstein. They created this monster. Calling IGOR. Now the libs will have to quash it because it shows the absolute failure of all their work for 50 years. They will eat their spawn because it makes them look bad.

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    • jello333 says:

      Wow. I hope in all that he was talking about VIOLENT crowds who were in the process of hurting other innocent people. Otherwise, if he just meant any old crowd of people refusing to disperse…. umm…. nope.

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  33. osprey1 says:

    Into The Cannibals Pot.

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  34. Sandra says:

    I don’t think it’s an equal trade. Feral law-breaking teen who is already a tax $$ drain vs. a productive law-abiding and law-enforcing taxpaying citizen. Yah, try again dumb sign-holding b.

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  35. justfactsplz says:

    I can’t begin to wrap my mind around what they are saying. All I can come up with is their evil makes them want an innocent person sacrificed to appease their anger. Logic comes up with nothing I can comprehend about what they are saying. SMH and it hurts.

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  36. Plain Jane says:

    I’m at a loss for words. Even realizing that we are in a post-Constitutional America, I thought there was still a tad of understanding of our legal system and a touch of understanding of the concept innocent until proven guilty left in America’s DNA. Apparently I was wrong.

    Worse yet, for someone to admit they would be placated by the blood sacrifice of another human, and, under the circumstances, it implies blackmail of human sacrifice for peace, it makes one think that we aren’t dealing with thinking, logical humans, but something akin to ISIS.

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  37. Sandra says:

    Oh boy, Crump’s “National Bar Association” (not to be confused with the American Bar Association) has now sued Ferguson over the release of the MB documents. I hope all of the stupid people who read the news realize that this “Association” is Crump’s club.

    The lawsuit, filed today in state court, also seeks to preserve all evidence connected to the shooting, including police officers’ notes and data collected from the scene of the shooting, according to an e-mailed statement by Brian Henderson, a spokesman for the organization.

    I’ve never seen such ridiculous BS before. I thought the Trayvon travesty was bad.

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    • nomorebsplease says:

      This may be like the 1995 movie “Die hard with a vengeance”. The enemy plays with the head of the main character, creating elaborate games to potentially get him killed. You think it’s because the main character killed his brother (terrorist) from the first movie. You then think this is just a terrorist trying to mess with him and the police department. You later find out it is all a ruse to get everybody deflected (they issue a threat of a b word (nsa is reading) in a school so all city cops go hunt for the you know what) and the criminals literally steal all the gold in the federal reserve.

      The point, of course, is that Maybe Crump is smarter than we give him credit for (or at least his partner is). While they hope for a social justice pay day, they can do this 100 times and sue via the National Bar and make their money that way. It’s brilliant. If he wasn’t a marbled mouthed simpleton I’d believe it’s part of the entire plan.

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    • Lulu says:

      Many don’t know that the National Bar Association is an organization for black lawyers. And Crump’s partner is a big mover in the NBA.

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  38. Diz says:

    Hi Treepers–haven’t been here in a while but wondered if you saw your mention and linkback on the Charleston Thug Life blog:

    http://charlestonthuglife.net/2014/08/18/fixing-stupid/

    Then we have another pesky Fact hidden in a video of the crime scene taken by a bystander. In that video you can hear a witness in the background giving his version of what he saw and, lo and behold, it matches almost exactly with what police are saying happened. Brown fought with the officer in his car and was then shot when he charged the officer again.

    We wrote about the video and linked to a similar story on a website called the Conservative Treehouse. We believe they broke the story. We got quite a reaction on that one. One person commenting on our Facebook page discounted the entire video simply because the story was broken by a website with the word “conservative” in the name. How is that for low information logic? Others simply tried to say the video didn’t show Brown charging at anyone because he was lying dead in the street and accused us all of being untruthful. Twisting and turning to avoid the facts. Nothing new. When we continued to point out the presence of that pesky Fact family, who now seemed to be ganging up on the race hustling, low information crowd we were met with this suggestion…

    http://charlestonthuglife.net/2014/08/18/fixing-stupid/

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  39. Middle Earth says:

    BTW the idea that this 6 foot 4 inch 290lb perp was unarmed means absolutely zero!!!! This fool was charging full speed at a police officer with his gun out! With another accomplice by his side! The officer had every right to open fire and keep firing. Some perpetrators can take many rounds from 45 caliber and keep coming. Unlike the rioters who have an IQ slightly above room temperature the dangers posed by a large enraged opponent even if unarmed are well known to the self defense community. For example in “Shooting to LIve” by W.E. Fairbairn and E.A. Sykes relate the story of a Chinese robber shot with a 45 automatic: ” The Chinese immediately opened fire on the sergeant with an automatic pistol from about 6 yards firing several shots until his pistol jammed. Fortunately none of these shots took effect, and mean while the sergeant returned fire swiftly and effectively with his 45 Colt automatic, commencing at about 10 feet and firing his sixth and last shot at about three feet as he rapidly closed on his opponent. Later, it was found that of those six shots, four had struck fleshy parts of the body, passing clean through, while one bullet remained in the shoulder and another had lodged near the heart. Yet, in spite of all this, the robber was still on his feet and was knocked unconscious by the butt of the sergeant’s pistol as he was attempting to escape by climbing over the counter”. ( Cited in Black Medicine: The Dark Art of Death by N. Mashiro Ph.D. Page 83). See the links below for further information:
    http://ross-elder.com/2014/08/11/shooting-the-unarmed-man-the-fallacy-of-modern-perception/#comments
    Here is a story about a perp taking 14 rounds of 45 caliber and still fighting!
    http://www.policeone.com/patrol-issues/articles/6199620-Why-one-cop-carries-145-rounds-of-ammo-on-the-job/
    These rioters are ignorant criminals and a threat to civilized people!

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  40. ackbarsays says:

    Check this video out. I know, it’s from the UK, but I found it very, very interesting. A pair of police officers stop a guy who appears to be completely cooperative with them. When one of them realizes that there is a smell of marijuana coming from the rear of the motorcycle, things turn nearly deadly, very quickly. What’s really interesting is that there are TWO cops, not just one, and both cops are taller than the suspect (one is much bigger than the suspect), yet the suspect came very close to taking out one cop’s eye or worse, and was within a step or two of getting away from both of them. Had these cops had guns, they would have been completely justified in pumping this guy full of lead.

    Now, after watching that video, put yourself in the head of Mike Brown. Just like this guy in this video realizes that “the gig is up” when the cop starts focusing on his motorcycle seat, and immediately goes into a rage, Mike Brown realized that Darren Wilson must have “made him” as the robbery suspect. If he turned violent as quickly as this guy did, then the fight in the car makes complete sense, and the subsequent bum-rush of the officer does, too.

    Also, put yourself in Darren Wilson’s shoes. He’s suddenly realized that he’s got a violent criminal going for his gun. He’s in a bad neighborhood, and the perp has a buddy with him whose whereabouts can’t be accounted for, as he has hidden behind a car. Imagine the fear that goes through your mind at that point, and then you see the Gentle Giant turn around and start coming back at you. What do you do?

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  41. michellc says:

    You can’t open a dialogue with people like this.
    They don’t think or react like normal people, they’re animals looking for prey.

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  42. carterzest says:

    got some linky love on Teh Lucianne:
    http://www.lucianne.com/thread/?artnum=797507

    WOLVERINES

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  43. Dave says:

    You silly conservatives!
    Don’t you realize that it’s part of the cops’ job description to allow a 290 lb criminal beat you to death?
    Jeesh!

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    Reblogged this on a12iggymom's Blog.

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