The Anger Games – The DOJ and BGI Continue The Controlled Retreat…

For people who have watched this “new-normal” process play out before the footprints of retreat are obvious. For others this might be their first experience.

From the outset of the Mike Brown shooting there has existed a familiar pattern, an inauthentic pattern. Eventually the nature of constructed falsehoods reach a point where: a.) the usefulness expires, and, b,) the empirical facts belay the claims.

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The concentric circles of hatred flow out as a natural outcome of dropping a divisive rock into a pool of ideology.  The ripple effects flow out, often with unintended consequences and all too often out of control.

The problem with intended division is that it’s sometimes difficult to contain. Protests can quickly become riots, looting, long-term anger, flag burning and worse.

Author Jack Cashill aptly used a phrase “transparently innocent” to describe a new Obama era useful victim.

Historically, useful victims have always been transparently guilty people who the left could defend.   However, in the modern Obama era – a useful victim is innocent of the accusations, transparently so, but must be made to look guilty for the left to advance a goal of division.

potus and Holder president obama and eric holderAdditionally a new aspect appears when the BGI are constructing a divisive narrative.  To select a transparently innocent victim, you must control the media cycle – and embed a media fear of investigation.

In essence if “snitches get stitches” then inquiring media reporters must carry the same fear; replace stitches with career diminishment.

For Ferguson think about the recent federal “leaks” of information surrounding the August Mike Brown/Darren Wilson encounter – against the picture here of President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder meeting a few weeks after the shooting.

Obviously by the time they discussed President Obama and AG Holder knew the physical (forensic) evidence supported Darren Wilson’s version of events.  They knew two shots were fired in the vehicle, Mike Brown’s blood was on Wilson’s uniform and gun, and they knew the autopsy results.  They knew all this…

Yet they allowed the riots to continue… as if.

Why?

Because “division pays”.

mike brown autopsy presser

Think about the Daryl Parks and Benjamin Crump story, originally sold by Dorian Johnson, of officer Darren Wilson grabbing Mike Brown by the neck, pulling him into the car, etc. Yet you never heard anything about such neck injuries when they did their “private autopsy”.

Why?

Again, “division pays”.

bosley and Johnson

Think about Dorian Johnson’s attorney Freeman Bosley Jr. telling CNN’s Don Lemon that its not really lying when you tell the media a fabricated story. So long as Dorian told the police the truth, he can tell the media anything he wants.  Think about who the audience is that’s really being lied to, and why such lies would be so easily espoused.

Why?

Yep, “division pays”.

mike brown construction workers

Think about CNN playing the Kevin Seltzer “Construction Worker” video over-and-over, for two solid weeks, yet neither “Explosive New Eye Witness” gave an official statement or testimony to Grand Jury – because they were not, in actuality, eye-witnesses to anything.

Why play that meme repeatedly?

Division pays.

But there’s an odd dichotomy when division is used as a tool for personal benefit.

The inauthentic claims can only hold value so long as the truth remains hidden, and the audience remains willfully blind.

Think about this juxtaposition – In Ferguson Missouri a community remains divided over outrage based on inauthentic claims of a racist cop shooting an unarmed black male.  This is just the way it was intended.  Absent of evidence released, the framework for the incident, the outrage, is based on “things people say”.  Division is retained by the absence of the truth.

Yet in South Carolina a clearly “AUTHENTIC” grievance incident happened when a police officer shot an unarmed black male at a convenient store after the police officer asked him for his drivers license.  Why was the Ferguson outrage missing in South Carolina.  No month(s) long outrage, no looting, no riots and flag burning.

Why?

Simple. Because there was no division. Black residents and white residents both stood outraged against the behavior of the police officer in South Carolina.  The truth lay bare for all to witness.   Everyone, regardless of color, in South Carolina was similarly outraged.  There was no division.

For the professional black grievance industry, without the division – there can be no benefit.  They need the division.

So what exactly is valued more; the incident itself as an outrage, or the ability of the incident to be used to divide people?

Division pays.

The lack of division does not pay.

Ergo when an outrageous incident happens that does not divide, it is dropped because it’s not considered useful, or valuable.

This is why the Professional Black Grievance Industry never rail against incidents like Baby Boo having a grenade thrown into his crib by a SWAT team.   When the outrage is common – the incident is not useful.

In South Carolina the convenient store shooting was similarly, and commonly, outrageous by everyone’s interpretation – the incident is not useful.

….And then, the “ah-ha moment” when you begin to realize the only way the BGI can use division is to “CREATE it”!

….Because, in large measure, outrage is consistently applied by both blacks and whites when the situation genuinely warrants it.

In our lifetime the dynamic of division changed when an obviously guilty O.J Simpson was found innocent.   The change took a while to reflect in the social narratives of the left because the sympathy toward the guilty shifted.

Subsequently, the modern grievance class changed tactics.  The era of Obama division requires finding, exploiting and using the “Transparently Innocent”.

The professional left is replacing their prior division formula of advocacy toward the “transparently guilty”, by selecting the transparently innocent to become the victims of their attack.

Support for Che Guevara, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter and Mumia Abu-Jamal, the transparently guilty, no longer carries the same level of effectiveness and financial benefit as hatred toward George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson, the transparently innocent.

The strategy involved a fundamental paradigm shift – yet the financial and political goals remain the same.

The Anger Games

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98 Responses to The Anger Games – The DOJ and BGI Continue The Controlled Retreat…

  1. Paul H. Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

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    • Jim says:

      A brilliant analysis here. Connecting the dots of intentional division. This is Obama’s and Holder’s Base. Keep us hating. Keep the blacks branded in victimhood and rage. Keep that base pissed off and scared so they will get off their butts and vote for their enablers.

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  2. kinthenorthwest says:

    Just Posted this on Brown Open Thread but it probably belongs here.
    Looks like Nixon might be preparing for the worse, and trying to KI$$ some of the protestors BUTTS..(Snippet)
    Nixon creating group to address Ferguson issues
    FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — An independent commission will be created to study issues that have surfaced since the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon said Tuesday.
    Nixon, who has been criticized by some residents and activists who say he hasn’t done enough to address the unrest in the St. Louis suburb, said the Ferguson Commission will examine the social and economic conditions underscored by the weeks of protests following the shooting

    http://news.yahoo.com/nixon-creating-group-address-ferguson-issues-190129825.html

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    • chuckles49 says:

      Nixon is a coward and a retard.. Nuff’ said!

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    • justice099 says:

      Like the above article lays out, this is regarded as ridiculous by both sides. And since both sides agree about this, it will simply be forgotten. At best, the concession is likely just a few paying government jobs for the panelists who will probably grow up into senators like Nasheed.

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      • justice099 says:

        Further, Nixon’s statement: “They must be willing to talk candidly and openly, and – more importantly – to listen to what those on every side have to say. These are difficult conversations that for far too long have been avoided or ignored.” if taken literally will result in a ton of lawsuits. The white man is NOT allowed to speak candidly and openly about these issues.

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      I believe this is more than just a simple derriere nuzzling by Jay Nixon. This stinks of interference from Holder and associates

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    • west1890 says:

      They need ‘mo money, mo money, mo programs’ all paid for by the taxpayers…and nothing will change.

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      • kinthenorthwest says:

        It seems that lately everything is Black this and Black that. Black History Month, Black Scholarship, Black Miss America/Mrs America and as we all know the list goes on.
        Still trying to figure out why it racist then to say that the “black robber” “black gangbanger” “black murderer” and ???

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    • justfactsplz says:

      I saw a news clip of Nixon telling about this. There was a black man commenting about it and he was still demanding a special prosecutor. They still stubbornly want an arrest regardless if Wilson is innocent. No arrest, no pay out for the BGI.

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    • peachteachr says:

      I heard a very small snippet of Nixon’s presser. He did say that the study groups would be small in number and there would be quick end date. So maybe it won’t drag on forever. That’s all the hope I have for y’all.

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    • truecoiors says:

      Nixon panel = worthless dog and pony show

      TC

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    • Stinky-Inky says:

      I think Nixon’s been told to do what he can to control the steam and to try to salvage the midterms in MO. Pollsters have told the Dems that if Blacks don’t vote, they’ll lose big time. From what I heard on the streams last night, Bella, et al are ready to sit this election and future elections out to teach the Democrats a lesson. They feel like they’ve been taken for granted and called Nixon, McCaskill and French out by name. I am going to assume that as active as they all are on social media, this is not isolated to Ferguson.

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  3. auscitizenmom says:

    Okay. I thought I had this racial stuff all figured out, but just realized I didn’t. Now, I think I’ve got it………….division pays. That was the part I wasn’t getting.

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  5. myopiafree says:

    The “Black Community” are raised on the idea that:
    1) The white police officer is always racist and violent.
    2) The “Black” is always innocent, and always in a state of, “surrender”, when shot by the rabid, racist officer.
    3) When a thief and a liar, tells this total lie, the “Black Community” swallow, the lie told by the thief, for these reasons. This is why he is believed.
    ++++++
    Cognitive Dissonance:

    Sometimes people hold a core believe that is very strong.

    When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence can not be accepted.

    It would create a feeling that is extremely uncomfortable, called cognitive dissonance.

    And because it is so important to protect the core belief, they will rationalize, ignore and even deny anything that doesn’t fit with the core belief.
    ++++++
    It is obviously to the bennifit of GBI, and “White Guilt”, that this lie be published, and BELIEVED, as it is in the “Black Community”.
    It does not matter what objective truth is, as established by the Grand Jury. The “Thug Community”, will use the Grand Jury’s statement, as the reason to riot and burn down the community.
    Truth means nothing to them.

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  6. libby says:

    “The Cambridge cop acted stupidly”?
    That was just a warm up.

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    • AghastInFL says:

      to a scenario repeated now ad nauseam.

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    • peachteachr says:

      Robert Louis Gates. He has been rewarded by our progressive friends with a show on PBS. Yeah, that stings a little; they are rewarding him with taxpayer $$. He hosts a show on tracing your roots. The great Islamic defender, Ben Afflect , was having his ancestors searched for last night. I just saw a few seconds of it at the end of the Antiques show. I recognized the “Beer Summit” Cambridge professor right away.

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  7. notyours says:

    Divide and conquer has been around for centuries, along with post WWII mockingbird and agent provocateurs. The biggest difference now is the spy game NSA, LIV, and social media. This allows pick and choose, or wait and see timing for your needed diversion for your flashpoint. Good point Sundance.

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  8. yankeeintx says:

    A story about the forensics being leaked ran locally. I was amazed at some of the claims being made. They claim it wasn’t Brown robbing the store, or that he didn’t rob it, he actually paid and that robbing a store is not a death penalty crime. They ignored the story about the forensics and the beating of Officer Wilson, because it doesn’t fit with their agendas. Scary to think that he has so many local (to me) supporters. Division really does pay, and it is far reaching. These people were primed by the Trayvon Martin case, disappointed when the Kendrick Johnson case ended up being an accidental death (many still don’t believe it), so they were ripe for the picking for Mike Brown.

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  9. peachteachr says:

    You guys should take a look at Michelle Malkin on Fox with Megyn Kelly touting her new movie, Rocky Mountain Heist. What the BGI has done with race, rich progressives have done with politics. How to turn red states blue.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      Also the deal about the flyers being distributed in Georgia urging black voters to get out and vote democrat lest they become another Ferguson. Using the Ferguson situation to garner democratic votes is planned using these flyers in other key states the dems need to win next month,

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      • peachteachr says:

        It’s ugly here, jfp. Some group called The New Georgia Project sprang up a few months ago in Atlanta. They claimed that they had registered 86,000 NEW voters. Some counties Clerks of Courts called the Sec. of State to claim there was fraud. The Sec. of State asked for their documentation and the group refused to give it up. That will be decided Friday morning so listen to see how it turns out. I don’t think anyone is swayed by Nunn’s dirty works but it’s hard to call after 2012. I think she’s going to be beaten badly. She worked for the Million Points of Light Foundation, run by the Bush family, and has run ads with her and Pres. Bush, the older, and he has called on her to stop. Of course, she has shown no respect for his wishes.

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        • justfactsplz says:

          It’s getting very ugly here in Florida over the governor’s race. It is a key race because the 2016 presidential nominee needs the governor of the swing states to be in their party to help them carry the state. After seeing all of the red for Romney I consider us a red state myself but there will be a major push to get out the black vote here.

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          • peachteachr says:

            I just don’t think that the AAs feel motivated to vote this election. I could be wrong, but I have been born, lived, and shall no doubt die within this 60 mile radius of south Georgia. I just don’t get the feeling that they want to help anyone right now, certainly not a rich white woman who isn’t even from Ga.

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            • justfactsplz says:

              The fact that the democrats are resorting to these types of tactics to solicit votes tells me they are very worried. I think the republicans will take the senate.

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        • Dixie Darling says:

          I hope Nunn goes down HARD, right along with Hagan in NC!

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  10. bob e says:

    astute analysis sd ..

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  11. CCG says:

    https://sites.google.com/site/stopmassincarcerationo22/

    Coming to a city near you…National Day of Protest, October 22.

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  12. Chip Bennett says:

    I’m just going to keep quoting him, because he nailed it, over 100 years ago:

    There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs — partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.

    ― Booker T. Washington, My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience 1911

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    • Chip Bennett says:

      I strongly recommend reading the entire chapter from which that quote is taken:
      http://btwsociety.org/library/books/My_Larger_Education/05.php

      Here’s the excerpt that follows the above quote:

      A story told me by a colored man in South Carolina will illustrate how people sometimes get into situations where they do not like to part with their grievances. In a certain community there was a colored doctor of the old school, who knew little about modern ideas of medicine, but who in some way had gained the confidence of the people and had made considerable money by his own peculiar methods of treatment. In this community there was an old lady who happened to be pretty well provided with this world’s goods and who thought that she had a cancer.

      For twenty years she had enjoyed the luxury of having this old doctor treat her for that cancer. As the old doctor became thanks to the cancer and to other practice pretty well to do, he decided to send one of his boys to a medical college. After graduating from the medical school, the young man returned home, and his father took a vacation. During this time the old lady who was afflicted with the” cancer” called in the young man, who treated her; within a few weeks the cancer (or what was supposed to be the cancer) disappeared, and the old lady declared herself well.

      When the father of the boy returned and found the patient on her feet and perfectly well, he was outraged. He called the young man before him and said: “My son, I find that you have cured that cancer case of mine. Now, son, let me tell you something. I educated you on that cancer. I put you through high school, through college, and finally through the medical school on that cancer. And now you, with your new ideas of practicing medicine, have come here and cured that cancer. Let me tell you, son, you have started all wrong. How do you expect to make a living practicing medicine in that way?”

      I am afraid that there is a certain class of race problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well, because as long as the disease holds out they have not only an easy means of making a living, but also an easy medium through which to make themselves prominent before the public.

      He then goes on to describe “The Intellectuals”, which were his era’s version of the BGI – whom, henceforth, I think I will refer to as Bullfrogs. (Keep reading; you’ll get it.)

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  13. doodahdaze says:

    Obama is the Enabler in Chief of these pathetic creatures.

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  14. polk8dot says:

    I was just going to comment on this first picture in the post, how much he seems like a stranger in a strange place, like a visitor who snuck in when nobody was watching and sat in the big cheese’s chair worried he’s just about to get caught. A quick search of his pics from the Oval Office confirmed this as his first mode. His second is much worse, and if you do not want to blow a gasket, better don’t go looking. The second mode is the ‘I’m the Biggest Big Cheese EVAH! This is ALL FOR ME!!! You all can suck it!’. That’s the one where he constantly puts his ugly chicken feet on the desk, on the chair, on the coffee table, even a$$ on the desk, ostensibly rubbing it in laughing at our powerlessness. We’ve all seen these pics before, and there has been plenty of outcry, but those were singular instances. A pic here, a pic there.
    Seeing them all on a single page, one after another, really spotlights how egregious this behavior is. Such disrespect, such condescension to decades of history and tradition, to a historical item that belongs to the Nation, not to his personal garage decor.
    WHAT A PIG!!!

    The final thing that jumps out of the pages of pics is the fact that the desk is ALWAYS bare but for the phone. No writing mat, no computer – not even a dumb monitor, no ink blotter, no pics, no mementos, no in- and out-box, no hookup to the Situation Room. NOTHING!!!
    Because clearly not a thing can be allowed to steel attention away from The Won. How can a guy be that insecure and obsessed with his own image ? Really, there is Narcissism, then nothing for a long, long time, them there is Malignant BHO-sism.

    Get that First Squatter, the Impostor, the Pompous Egomaniac out of the People’s House!

    Here is what I think his Presidential {spit, spit, spit} Portrait for his Presidential {spit, face slap} Library should be: Barry Barrack Hussein Soebarkah Soetoro Obama in ‘Why I have an office’

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    • Dixie Darling says:

      I see what you mean. I researched his photos in the oval office and found a bunch of disgusting photos with nothing, absolutely nothing on his desk except his feet which is pretty indicative of his brain. That imposter has no business in the oval office.

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      • Sherrimae says:

        I pointed out to my husband awhile back that Obummer never seemed to have anything on his desk. To me an empty desk is a sign of no work being done.

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  15. Scott Angell says:

    Try again. Look at the demographics of Ferguson and Sanford, Florida. There’s a reason these little suburban towns of about 50,000 are being targeted for racial unrest. Obama’s housing policies are pouring the big city underclass out into these suburban burgs and tipping their populations from white to black. The muni governments though remain largely white because remaining whites tend to be homeowners and vote and new underclass residents tend to be transient and live in Canfield Green ( or soon the Retreat at Twin Lakes) rental complexes. and do not vote in muni elections. Property tax rates and water and sewer fees do not concern them. Still local black activists see the potentional of being more than just a loud mouth if they can mobilize their ‘people’ to vote and they can do that by making local government into a racial issue. These towns have a number of pretty good sinecures that pay pretty good to a hoodrat with no marketable skills but you need to force the whites who hold these posts out.

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  16. gadsenfly says:

    Transparently innocent. Brilliant. I’ve always wondered why they would go after someone like Zimmerman to be the Racist. His non racist credentials (Sherman Ware, mentoring black children, and taking a black girl to Prom to name a few) make the rest of us look like KKK wizards.
    If they can portray Zimmerman as a Racist they can do it anyone. That’s the other not so subtle message that is being sent.

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    • sundance says:

      Yes, and that’s actually the real rub.

      In order to gain the widest possible chasm of division they need to pick examples that are easily recognized as innocent by a segment of cognitively honest observers.

      They can’t pick people who “might be guilty” because that would mean the cognitive class would withhold support and/or opinion. Hence, no division.

      The approach only works if they select a transparently innocent person as their victim.

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    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      OK- it is coming together.
      On another post here, I noted that one aspect of the Marxist virtue-cult is the idea that each member of the oppressive society is complicit because the oppressive aspects of the evil society are built-in; the aspects are OUR VALUES.

      A fish cannot tell you what “wet” is because it has spent its life so immersed in “wet” it cannot have perspective to answer what “wet” is.

      I frankly cannot easily tell you why each member of society ought to carry his or her own weight, versus being dependent on others. I have little grasp of how you could not understand the idea of providing for you and yours. That is just how it is. To me. But this value, imbued by my culture, is part of how I oppress others.

      In Marxism, The Good Guy is bad. He must be. The gooder he is the more he must be made to be seen as a case study of oppression. He must be an example of “all that is wrong” with the prevailing cultural hegemony. It cannot be any other way for the Marxists. Because the alternative is what is discussed above: the example disproves the generality; the “good” white person disproves that our entire society is built on oppression of Blacks.

      I hope this advances the understanding of why a good guy must be painted as bad.
      Why Zimmerman musty be painted as not an individual making a judgment call, but the example that PROVES our capitalistic society is immoral, depending on the oppression of minorities to be sustained, and must be overthrown in order to usher in the wonderful era of global communism,

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  17. yakmaster2 says:

    I get that division pays, but what has astounded me is that after so many people witnessing so much egregious behavior by some of the protesting mobs in Ferguson, NOT ONE msm source has said these Black people are BEHAVING BADLY. It’s as if a blind eye must be turned toward their actions and a deaf ear toward their hate speech. They are treated as if their tantrums must be overlooked.
    Dang it, when BBB occurs everyone needs to excercise his/her free speech and call it out. And the msm should stop being a pack of sniveling cowards!

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    • czarowniczy says:

      You have to spin this administration-style: “…these Black people are BEHAVING………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..badly.” BADLY

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    • lorac says:

      They have to keep the focus off behavior, and focused on race. If behavior is allowed to be discussed, then it opens the door to saying their whole lives would be better if they changed their behaviors (pants up, don’t loot, get a job, be a real mom, be a dad not a baby daddy, get an education or a skill, etc). If it’s about behavior, then they have to take responsibility for their lives. Just as Brown is responsible for getting himself shot. If it’s about behavior, then they can’t blame their woes on us.

      So, they have to keep it about racism – and the MSM gladly obliges.

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    • JunieG says:

      If it is reported at all, it is a “this innocent oppressed minority has every right to loot and burn because they have no recourse in the corrupt white legal system” kind of thing. The simple fact is – this is NOT civil disobedience, this is not protest against injustice – this is hooliganism acting out and justified by a fictional narrative. How long can this go on? Given the global state of affairs, this will be The New Normal for the foreseeable future.

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  18. czarowniczy says:

    The ball’s back in the DoJ/BGI court, next round is on tap. There are undoubtedly those engineering policy lines to be released when the grand jury does not indict the officer next month, lines designed to induce the faithful to continue to shovel BS into the public dialogue. With any luck the DoJ agents provocateur might be able to induce an incident that will further inflame the issue, a DoJ Fall Weiss of their very own. I’m not talking DoJ as a whole, I’m sure there are honest and dedicated law-abiders in there but if you were the AG wouldn’t you think it prudent to have your own little Sonderaktion Gruppe? You cannot induce social change without evoking public rage that moves the unwilling to action. A little Kristallnacht here, some Rennen Hetze there – it is all in the service of the greater good, the lies will bring truth. Then again, I’m overreaching and exaggerating, Fast & Furious and the lies about the POtuS’s immigration policies were all overblown by the scaremonger right-wing press, they’d never do anything like that.

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    • Stinky-Inky says:

      Beat me to it!

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    • jason says:

      hmm… this destroys most/all of the MSM narratives.
      -‘he didnt even know about the robbery’… ‘why didn’t he call for backup’ – Called for backup before he re-engaged. Called again after shots fired but not on Ferguson channel. Wonder if they were able to get audio for that?
      -brown slammed the door shut (although previously disclosed by Dorian’s lawyers
      -punched wilson
      – oddly, the thing that seemed totally implausible to me, could be real. Brown, while struggling with the officer, hands the cigarellos to Dorian. No freakin way :O
      -1 shot after brown stopped running and turned and started approaching Wilson. Yelled stop, Brown charged, several more shots. This suggest to me the audio recording isn’t authentic. I guess there’s still the possibility that ‘several shots’ turned into the 10 (6 + 4), but Brown’s already got 2+ wounds by this point and at least 2 occur in the final volley. That means ~8 shouts miss.

      Wasn’t sure, but seems the other accounts given by witnesses referenced in the article is just the media reported ones? Not the ones that testified to grand jury?

      Wish they’d stop piecemealing the info out… gotta be prints/dna on the gun. Knowing number of shots fired and ballistics/recovery would put an end to a lot of the speculation.

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      • Stinky-Inky says:

        Thought the same thing about the other witnesses. The author should have specified that those were TV interviews, not statements to GJ. I find the timing the article interesting. Why 9 pm instead of morning when most people check the news. I bet one of the local TV stations may also be breaking a part of the story. Have to go check.

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      • JunieG says:

        Seriously now, “witnesses” – Officer Wilson tried to pull Gentle Giant Michael Brown through a window of his squad car? Why? For what purpose? Seriously?

        Officer Wilson attempted to grab Gentle Giant Michael Brown by the throat? Did Officer Wilson think that this technique would work best, given the size disparity between them?

        TCH would condemn unnecessary police violence if facts warranted it.

        There is no evidence supporting the fiction that a racist cop killed an innocent future astronaut for no reason. There is ample physical evidence that a responding officer had a confrontation with a violent suspect.

        The rule of law – equal to everyone – must prevail.

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    • Sherrimae says:

      Thanks for posting this.

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  19. stormyeyesc says:

    BREAKING NEWS Read article above………………..

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  20. Moishe Pipik says:

    Finally! Officer Wison’s Narrative:

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/source-darren-wilson-says-michael-brown-kept-charging-at-him/article_d2cf8b20-c517-592b-96ba-77d8a5f46fef.html

    And even if only ONE witness at the scene gave that same story than that proves it’s true. Because they would have no other way of matching stories. And we’ve heard the story–at least after the Officer exited the car–as that background witness in that audio recording.

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  21. jason says:

    autopsy report

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  22. Burnt Toast says:

    Just jumping in feet first and slightly OT

    FWIW – That gun shot sound recording analysis stating, what, ten shots, all ‘stationary’ within 3 ft..
    Most of it I find credible, but I have an issue with the ‘3 ft’, I’ll believe it when I see the math, all the math.

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    • Gary says:

      The radius is 3 feet. The circle would be 6 feet in diameter. I think the Shotspottter guys would have to map the acoustics of the area of the shooting to get anything really accurate but 6 feet allows for about 2 – 3 strides backwards while shooting. While it’s not known yet if every piece of evidence at the scene supports this analysis, the info we do have doesn’t contradict it.

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  23. partyzantski says:

    Perhaps the BGI/DoJ assault upon and retreat from Ferguson could be depicted in a graph similar to this brilliantly conceived design:
    http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/posters
    Charles Minard’s classic reduces the data to a pure visual.

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  24. jason says:

    doh… deleted :(. Interesting that it seemed to state that was an additional wound, to the right forehead (front side) that was not indicated in Parcells… err, Baden’s review. Maybe I read it wrong tho, but a pretty big omission. Last few pages didn’t load for me, then it was gone when I tried to refresh.

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  25. eastern2western says:

    did pot changed since the last time I smoked it. when I was smoking pot, I was super paranoid that I did not want to do any thing at all. however, brown was attacking the cops while smoking pot. odd to me.

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  26. eastern2western says:

    sonny hostin is going to cry so much that her fake nose will fall off.

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  27. Stinky-Inky says:

    Can’t seem to find any streamers tonight.

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  28. stormyeyesc says:

    Bassem will be up soon at FPD

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  29. kathyca says:

    Hmmm…interesting. So you think, for example, that Crump creates cases that objectively (to a sane person) s*ck because he knows it will create division and that’s where the real $$$/power is? Am I understanding your premise correctly?

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    • LetJusticePrevail" says:

      If there is no disagreement from authorities or any “push back” from another sector of the public, then the BGI cannot generate the rage necessary to get the blacks to threaten to riot, hence no “leverage” to extort concessions from authorities. (Why would the public “protest” to get an arrest or conviction that already seems inevitable?)

      The more “hokey” the claims of the BGI are, the more resistance they meet from authorities and other segments of the population, and the easier it is for the BGI to “rabble rouse” with calls for “racial unity”.

      This might seem ridiculous if all you track is the money they receive in the form of monetary settlements (such as the HOA settlement in the Zimmerman case) But when they extort changes in policy and the creation of new processes that bolster their position as a protected class (the “Social Justice” they claim to be effecting) then the effects can accumulate for decades to come.

      Is that not exactly what is happening now, with the changes proposed by SLU and the City of Ferguson?

      Although it’s wrong on so many levels, you have to hand it to them. They have found a perfect way to “game the system” in their own favor.

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  31. Sundance….as always you nailed it brother, but as I have stated before, I am getting lazy. No longer do I find it “necessary” to compare other sources in bulk for bits of truth to formulate somehow into a narrative that makes “sense”, as THEY too come here for the TRUTH!!! You Sir are a Patriot and a Man to be admired and thankful for. If you knew me, you would know that such praise coming from me is rare, but ALWAYS deserved. Speaking as a former P.I., YOU could have a VERY successful career in that field…. I so appreciate your and the mods dedication to Truth, the edification of OUR values and beliefs, the reminiseces of earlier (better) times (Sharon)…the perfect mix of serious/whimsy/humor (Stella)….the purrfectly feline pontifications proffered (ad rem, et al) and FAR too many brothers and sisters, mods or fellow treepers to mention. I love you ALL, and if I had anything left, would include all of you in my will. Thank you ALL for being here…..God Bless!!!!

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