Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Occupy Fergurson is nothing even remotely similar to the 1960's Civil Rights movement.











A difference between night and day. 

When I look at the ghetto trash stinking up Fergurson, I just laugh when foolish blacks dare to compare this open display of destruction, looting and anarchy to the peaceful, dignified civil rights protest by blacks of the 1960's. There is no compassion. What's going on in Fergurson Missouri is pure chaos. If anything, Fergurson has become the new home for the reincarnation of the Occupy movement. What's going on in Fergurson has far more to do with the race agitators, anarchists,  vandals and looters then it does about supposedly wanting justice for Michael Brown. I doubt that blacks mainly young blacks have no idea how bad they are appearing to the rest of the nation in how they are carrying on in Fergurson. I would love to see a national poll conducted gauging how the nation is viewing what's going on in Fergurson Missouri as either positive or negative. The Occupy movement started out positive for minute also . People supported their original cause of bring attention to the greed and abuse of Wall Street and the financial system, but after awhile, they lost focus of what they were doing, and their movement became a breeding ground of crime, drug use, vandalism, theft and violence. When they lost the support of the public, they quickly fell apart completely and disappeared. What's going on in Fergurson is no different. People across the county are asking themselves, why are these people acting like animals. They aren't sure what vandalizing and looting stores have to do with seeking justice for Michael Brown. Tthey would be correct in asking that question. Both have nothing in common. These people are acting out in self interest only, it has nothing to do with Michael Brown. Here's a question to ponder. How can all of these malcontents be rioting, looting and vandalizing on a nightly basis yet still hold down a job? Oh wait, is it strongly possible that none of them have jobs the reason they can be doing what they are doing in Fergurson? Fox News interviewed one of the these fine upstanding and concerned protesters in Fergurson. The dignity and class of  the black generation from the civil rights era is definitely not present in this generation of blacks.


From the dignified generation to the ghetto acting generation. Acts like this are truly helping to bring attention to Michael Brown's death right?



MSNBC in it's coverage has shown it's sympathetic in favor of Michael Brown, but even they aren't immune to the wrath of the mob. Just ask Chris Hayes and his cameraman. Ironic that the animals are attacking their ally. Throwing stones at Chris Hayes and his cameraman helps to bring attention to Michael Brown's death how again?



26 Comments:

Blogger Marcel said...

While all this is going on and the black communities are in outraged over the ONE....ONE white person who killed a black thug....... Oopps I mean, "my baby was going to college and he would not hurt anyone!" Micheal Brown's Mom....

Meanwhile, Black on white crime continues at an alarming rate, and not a word on it from the national media on it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DM8iLKdSVUE

Liberals would dismiss these cases as small, isolated incidents that had nothing to do with race. That what Lamont Hill and Eric Dyson would say.

But if the races were reversed in this video above, I guarantee you and it would be bigger than Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, and Micheal Brown put together.

But black leftest saw Theodore Wafer being found guilty as win that we did not get for Trayvon.

People always bring that Colin guy who wrote book, White Girl Bleed A lot. I never read his book, but I know what it is about. I always tell black liberal, I, personally, do not need Colin's book. I could find you stories like this all day long that happen. It goes on and on. Black on black crime and black on white crime day in and day out, but liberal only want that ONE white man a year case. They dig and search for it until they find it! But you can't bring these cases up. No way. You're racist or if you're black, you're an Uncle or Aunt Tom Sambo if you do. lol. Keep on calling names liberal because you are not the only ones who can do that.

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I came across this video by a woman who used to live in Ferguson, MO and has a message to the people who are looting and rioting. Now, if she could just work on her vocabulary.

http://youtu.be/ZWfjl-RVUJg

12:37 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"When I look at the ghetto trash stinking up Fergurson, I just laugh when foolish blacks dare to compare this open display of destruction, looting and anarchy to the peaceful, dignified civil rights protest by blacks of the 1960's".

I knew it was only a matter of time before you wrote something totally and completely STUPID!

There's no denying that there has been rioting, looting and senseless violence in Ferguson. Yet there's no denying that there has been "peaceful" protests also. However, there's no need to compare riots to peaceful protests, or vise-versa. What you ignorantly fail to realize is that the riots of the 1960's directly coincided with the Civil Rights Movement. For every city where there was a peaceful march, there was a violent riot.

New York 1964.

Watts, CA 1965-66.

Cambridge, MD in 1963 and 67.

Benton Harbor, MI 1966.

Detroit, MI 1967.

Baltimore, MD 1968.

Chicago, Louisville, Kansas City, Newark, Tampa... I can go on...

All of the aforementioned "civil disturbances" (particularly the LOOTING) occurred at the HEIGHT of the Civil Rights Movement. Still, and even at that time, it didn't make sense to claim that "rioting and looting" was the same as the peaceful protests. However, there are some similarities, particularly in the response to the rioting and looting.

Dr. ML King traveled to Watts a few days after the riots there. King stated the following;

"The problems that led to the violence are environmental and not racial. The economic deprivation, social isolation, inadequate housing, and general despair of thousands of Negroes teeming in Northern and Western ghettos are the ready seeds which give birth to tragic expressions of violence". Sound familiar?

Yet King vehemently denounce the looting and rioting. Much like the local and Civil Rights activists in Ferguson has. Still there were those who accused him of "inciting" and calling him a "radical and a trouble maker." Sound familiar?.

Its so ironic how when these disturbances occur, the same narratives and arguments are rehashed. Its as if the country is in a perpetual reoccurring time warp.

1:07 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Marcel;"People always bring that Colin guy who wrote book, White Girl Bleed A lot".

Are you familiar with The Nadir of American Race Relations? The Nadir of race relations refers to the low point in race relations between whites and blacks in the late 1800's and early 1900's. After the Civil War and during reconstruction, blacks had attained sweeping political and social power across the South. But guess what happened?

Of course there were violent racial attacks perpetrated by whites. But most of the violence was preceded by a narrative that "black men were attacking and raping white women" and that the black elected officials were taking away the rights of whites. But the most brutal and heinous attacks that were carried out against black men was LYNCHING. And guess what so-called crime would bring about a brutal lynching? "RAPE of the white woman." (White Girl Bleed A Lot) Sound familiar?

In 2008 we saw a major change in the national power structure. Ironically we have seen and constantly here an opposition and a narrative that sounds eerily familiar to the opposition of the Nadir.

Read it for yourself.

1:08 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "I knew it was only a matter of time before you wrote something totally and completely STUPID!"

Stupid to you is when 2+2=4 and you can't comprehend it allen, not my problems. Do yo really think that that the gains of the 60's civil rigihts movement were made as a result of violence or by mostly peaceful demonstrations? As I recall, America started to turn in favor of black civil rights when they saw peaceful blacks protesting being attacked by police dogs, water houses and being beaten by police. When historians look back on the civil rights era, they mostly reference the non violent marches and historical event demonstrations like Rosa Park refusing to give up her seat to a white gentlemen which lead to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Greensboro Woolworth Counter sit ins etc. It was peaceful demonstrations which lead to change not violence. The morons in Fugerson are making themselves look bad, and are actually overshadowing what they claim they are trying to achieve, Michael Brown. There is no denying that these are two completely different generations, which have nothing much in common. That's the truth.

p allen ""The problems that led to the violence are environmental and not racial. The economic deprivation, social isolation, inadequate housing, and general despair of thousands of Negroes teeming in Northern and Western ghettos are the ready seeds which give birth to tragic expressions of violence". Sound familiar?"

So in other words King was saying that it's was other people's fault for why negroes were acting like fools during that time, and using his words is the reason or "justification" to why they are doing it now allen? Did rioting and looting change those people's economic circumstances? Is rioting and looting going to change the fools in Fugerson Missouri? Did rioting and looting change those in South Central Los Angeles?

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Concerning rush to judgment (without facts), and trial by media:

HuffingtonPost headline yesterday: “ARREST HIM” (meaning police officer)
HuffingtonPost headline today: “What Happened?” (8-20-2014)

People who allow biased opinions, false witnesses, and demogogues to take the place of waiting on the facts – well they end up stepping in their own doo.

At the same time, some “conservatives” must be warned about being too quick to adopt a party line that defends one revealed later to be a wrongdoer.

9:58 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Of course I knew you wouldn't get the picture Tyrone. Its like given you a Rorschach ink blot test, because you're going to see whatever your ignorance wants to see.

The looting and the violence are in essence an "offshoot" and a response to social grievances. Mind you, violence, rioting and looting does nothing to improve social conditions. However, such actions always have made the powers that be take notice to the social grievances and conditions. Simply put, "the squeaky gear will get the grease."

First off, mostly and by far, the majority of those protesting were peaceful. There were several gatherings on the streets and in local churches where residents vocally expressed their concerns in a peaceful manner. However, as has been stated by the police and local authorities, comparably there is a small number of agitators who have criminal intent.

CB;"The morons in Fugerson are making themselves look bad, and are actually overshadowing what they claim they are trying to achieve, Michael Brown".

Absolutely. Morons always makes a good intent look bad. That's why they're called "morons." But everyone involved in the protests aren't morons. As a matter of fact, the idiots are far outnumbered by those who are protesting for justice.

CB;"There is no denying that these are two completely different generations, which have nothing much in common. That's the truth".

Duhhhh Tyrone... all generations have their differences. We haven't lived in the dark ages for hundreds of years.

CB;"So in other words King was saying that it's was other people's fault for why negroes were acting like fools during that time, and using his words is the reason or "justification" to why they are doing it now allen?".

What do you think he was saying Tyrone? I'm asking to see if you can comprehend a very simple statement, one which Dr. King repeated time and time again.

6:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On the cover page of this blog are some links, I came across somehow this "GOPblackchick", Crystal Wright. If not already linked, I thought I'd post it.

https://twitter.com/GOPBlackChick

thank you, anonymousABC

12:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

paa said: The looting and the violence are in essence an "offshoot" and a response to social grievances...such actions always have made the powers that be take notice to the social grievances and conditions. Simply put, "the squeaky gear will get the grease."

That's just another way of saying, "The ends justify the means." You may not have said the exact words but your statements in regards to the looting and rioting coincide with the sentiment.

paa said: ...the idiots are far outnumbered by those who are protesting for justice.

Is that what the people in Ferguson are doing - protesting for justice? It's a demonstration for the conviction of Ofc. Wilson. On any given night of coverage, there are numerous individuals attending these "peaceful" protests wearing bandanas and other masks to cover their faces.
After all the facts have been discovered and if Ofc. Wilson is wrong, he should be charged and tried. If the facts exonerate Ofc. Wilson, he is owed a public apology but he won't get one.

9:50 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"Is that what the people in Ferguson are doing - protesting for justice?".

Yes, that's exactly what they're doing. They believe the "eye-witnesses" account of the shooting. They believe that the police are "covering" for a rouge cop. They believe that the district attorney will not vigorously seek a prosecution. They believe that over the years the police in Ferguson have been bias toward the black community. Moreover, its why any person, or group of people protest. Its kind of like this;

"Interfering with the right to peaceably assemble and not prohibiting the petitioning for a governmental redress of grievances".

Its one of the ten amendments that constitute the Bill of Rights. So yes, that's why they are protesting.

Anon;"On any given night of coverage, there are numerous individuals attending these "peaceful" protests wearing bandanas and other masks to cover their faces".

I really didn't begin to notice bandanna's and covered faces until I saw the several idiots looting and rioting. After that, I began to notice people wearing rags around their necks and faces because the police had started using tear gas. Perhaps you noticed the masks prior to the looting, but I can't say I had.

"After all the facts have been discovered and if Ofc. Wilson is wrong, he should be charged and tried. If the facts exonerate Ofc. Wilson, he is owed a public apology but he won't get one".

You're right, all the facts are not in. However, presently its been 10 days since Officer Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown. Yet, no police report has been made public. Today its being reported that Officer Wilson DID NOT file a police report. Without a formal police report, how can "ALL" the facts be known about the shooting?

The Ferguson Police have not released "ANY" information from an investigation into the shooting. Thus far all that has been released by the Ferguson police is a video of Brown stealing cigars from a local store. The only stories circulating that gives insight into the Officers reasons for the shooting, have been blog posts, radio show callers, TV punditry and anonymously sourced depictions of the incident. None of the eye-witnesses accounts (ie; people who say that they saw the shooting) have corroborated the officers accounts in blog posts, radio callers, TV pundits or anonymous sources.

2:06 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"That's just another way of saying, "The ends justify the means." You may not have said the exact words but your statements in regards to the looting and rioting coincide with the sentiment".

No way dude... I'm not saying that the looters conduct was the right thing to do. The squeaky wheel gets the grease is simply a "metaphor." It means those who make the most noise will get the attention. But you conveniently left out the prior sentence where I clearly stated, Mind you, violence, rioting and looting does nothing to improve social conditions, which disclaims said violence, rioting and looting. Please don't mince my words dude...

2:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

While the media and the racial agitators are focused on what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri, here is an incident that took place in Salt Lake City where a black cop shot and killed an unarmed white 20-year-old. The National media is so silent, that you can almost here the crickets chirp. They withheld the officer's name until further notice and they never mentioned that victim in this case was armed, or not. The family did admit that the victim did have a criminal past but was straightening up his life. Unlike the incident in Ferguson, no one is inciting a riot.

http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/black-cop-kills-white-man-media-hide-race/

In other news, another black person was shot and killed by white police officers within the St. Louis area. This time, the suspect was armed with a knife and taunting police to shoot him. The plead to him to put the knife down. They shot at him once he charged at them. Looks like more chaos to continue.

http://youtu.be/j-P54MZVxMU

2:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! Jesse Jackson gets called out by a Ferguson protester! I wish we have more like this person to take against this fraud, Al Sharpton and all the other racial agitators.

http://youtu.be/EfUKTIUUxxE

5:09 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Anon;"here is an incident that took place in Salt Lake City where a black cop shot and killed an unarmed white 20-year-old".

First off, police should not shoot and kill unarmed citizens. That being said, do you want to know why there was no rioting and mayhem in the Salt Lake City, Utah community? Answer these questions honestly;

Do you believe that the residents of Salt Lake feel as though the black police are unfairly targeting the white residents? Do you think the white residents of that community feel as though (real or imagined) they suffer from institutionalized racism and systematic community neglect? Do you think the whites of Salt Lake City feel that way? And if they were indeed being targeted and systematically being arrested, harassed and even "KILLED" indiscriminately, do you believe that they would just sit quietly and take it?

Again, police should not shoot and kill unarmed citizens. It's 2014. There are numerous tactics and devices police can use to effect an arrest of an unarmed person. So in essence, this incident goes to show you that many police agencies are tacitly using deadly force as a purposeful tactic. Simply put, "shoot first and ask questions later." Such tactics used by police in a "democracy" is extremely troubling.

8:08 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "Do you believe that the residents of Salt Lake feel as though the black police are unfairly targeting the white residents? "

I know the question was aimed at anon, but I want to throw my two cents in on that question. Is there evidence that officer Darren unfairly targeted Michael Brown? No. Is there any evidence what so ever that the altercation between Officer Darren and Michael Brown was "racially motivated"? Again the answer is no. So why are blacks rioting looting and protesting again? Whites are doing this in Salt Lake as you stated.

p allen "Do you think the white residents of that community feel as though (real or imagined) they suffer from institutionalized racism and systematic community neglect?"

So you are saying that the protests really aren't about Michael Brown, he's merely a prop in which blacks and squawk about their imaginary perceived view of "institutionalized racism". Where is this institutionalized racism at allen? Where is it hiding? Here institutionalized racism, here boy here boy. It's not coming when I call it allen, did it run away?

p allen "Do you think the whites of Salt Lake City feel that way? And if they were indeed being targeted and systematically being arrested, harassed and even "KILLED" indiscriminately, do you believe that they would just sit quietly and take it?"

How many blacks are killed each year by cops and how many blacks are killed each year by other blacks again? A powerful PSA ad that would piss the hell out of the black greivance crowd is if the tv add showing blacks who were killed waking up in the morgue then stating their names then saying that they were killed by a young black male and then here crickets for each one, and then at the very end show a black male who was killed by a white police officer and show blacks rioting and protesting. Hell I might try to put that video together myself.


10:46 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

anon "While the media and the racial agitators are focused on what is going on in Ferguson, Missouri, here is an incident that took place in Salt Lake City where a black cop shot and killed an unarmed white 20-year-old. The National media is so silent, that you can almost here the crickets chirp. They withheld the officer's name until further notice and they never mentioned that victim in this case was armed, or not. The family did admit that the victim did have a criminal past but was straightening up his life. Unlike the incident in Ferguson, no one is inciting a riot."

That incident in Salt Lake is very similar to Fugerson well except for the suspect fractioning the cops eye like Michael Brown did and being seen on video ruffing up and threating the store owner like Michael Brown was doing Here's the funny in ironic aspect. If whites did protest and demand that the black police officer be brought to justice, they would probably be called racists for doing so. Now the whole argument by the Fugerson malcontents is that Brown was unarmed, well the guy who was shot in Salt Lake was "unarmed" as well, so where is the national media? Like I said, the wrong variables are in the equation. Black police officer and white victim doesn't push their social justice activist journalism agenda. This all just shows how phony and two faces the racial grievance and agitator crowds are. If Darren Wilson was black, they would care less Michael Brown was unarmed or black. I swear I can not stand phony people.

anon "In other news, another black person was shot and killed by white police officers within the St. Louis area. This time, the suspect was armed with a knife and taunting police to shoot him. The plead to him to put the knife down. They shot at him once he charged at them. Looks like more chaos to continue."

If the fake outrage flares up, the excuse they'll give this time is that the Saint Louis Police could have found a way to disarm him rather then using deadly force. In their eyes the white coop would still be guilty for using deadly force.


10:59 AM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "The looting and the violence are in essence an "offshoot" and a response to social grievances."

What "social grievance"? Seriously, where is it at? Is it invisible? Do I need a social grievance decoder ring in order to see it allen? Explain it in a nut shell. Silly me believes that a person's life be it failure mediocrity or success is based on the individual efforts and choices in life. I am sick of the "I'm a victim" BS. This is precisely why the black community has the problems it does. Blacks aren't the only minority group in this county, why you never hear any other minority group be it Asians, Jews, Hispanics etc ever bitching? Maybe because they are too busy working and planning to get ahead. No wonder even Africans who immigrate to the United States look down on blacks, I don't blame them. They came from countries that had REAL OPPRESSION. I've never had a problem with police in all my life. A white liberal told me that they keep the coops off me. I keep the cops off me by being a law abiding citizen. Funny how something so simple worked out like that.

p allen "Mind you, violence, rioting and looting does nothing to improve social conditions. However, such actions always have made the powers that be take notice to the social grievances and conditions. "

South Central Los Angeles is still a burned out board up mess from the LA Riots. What happened was that private investments decided after the riots that it was economic suicide to invest money into the community after what happened.

So many stores didn't rebuild or couldn't and others moved elsewhere to places they know they wouldn't have to worry about "such things" happening again


So it looks like the rioters of South Central really showed them didn't they allen? The powers that be are the ones with the capital t invest in communites. Well they sure took notice in regards to South Central. lol







Simply put, "the squeaky gear will get the grease."

11:17 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"When historians look back on the civil rights era, they mostly reference the non violent marches and historical event demonstrations like Rosa Park refusing to give up her seat to a white gentlemen which lead to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Greensboro Woolworth Counter sit ins etc. It was peaceful demonstrations which lead to change not violence".

First off, if historians neglect to mention the riots, burning and looting, which as I've stated, occurred during the HEIGHT of the Civil Rights Movement, those historians aren't worth the paper their history is written on. Even Wikipedia mentions the riots 47 times on their page about the Civil Rights Movement, and they often omit elements, or get historic events wrong!

You're attempting to create a narrative that the era of the Civil Rights Movement was mostly non-violent. Nothing can be further from the truth. There was plenty of rioting, burning, looting and violence. While it is true that the "protesters" of the 1960's used peaceful means, every peaceful protest during the CRM did not end peacefully. In fact, the vast majority of peaceful protests, particularly those in the South, were disrupted by "violent" attacks from police or the white residents.

By 1963 most blacks in the South were tired of having the violence perpetrated against them. In 1963, Birmingham, AL, the southern city which some historians view as the birth place of the Civil Rights Movement, two days of rioting erupted -burning and looting also, within the black community. Dr. King made this statement following the riot;

"We will turn America upside down in order that it turn right side up".

You're grasping at straws Tyrone. Violent clashes between police, residents and protesters occurred throughout the Civil Rights Movement. Ironically, just as you deride and ridicule the present protests in Ferguson, those very same criticisms have been and were used against the protests of the 1960's. History does have a way of repeating itself.

1:43 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

TYRONE;"why you never hear any other minority group be it Asians, Jews, Hispanics etc ever bitching? ".

BINGO!!!!!!!!!

The answer... BECAUSE JEWS, HISPANICS, ASIANS AND ARABS WERE NOT "SEDUCED" INTO INTEGRATING WITH WHITES!! By the 1970's blacks were being "FORCED" to integrate with whites.

Look Tyrone, it's very simple human behavioral psychology. Black in most major urban areas are a perfect example of the "crabs in a barrel" syndrome. Instead of helping each other to improve the situation, everyone is trying to get out. Most blacks grow up seeing and dreaming the mostly unobtainable images of fast cars, lavish lifestyles and happy endings. While those blacks who obtain these riches are disconnected and ultimately abandon the communities where they come from.

What you're seeing in Ferguson is the consequences of those actions. These are people who were abandoned by their own. Although I commend those blacks (the rich rappers, entertainers, pro athletes, the civil rights figures) who come back and called for peace in a time of crisis, I still will condemn them for abandoning the community in the first place.

That brings me to another point concerning those who have abandoned the black community. The major reason blacks disconnects themselves from the black community as a whole, is for the money (economic reasons). Non-political figures such as the rap star "Nelly" made a brief appearance in Ferguson to show so-called support for the protests. He made a few statements, donated some money, yet quickly high tailed out of town. On the other side you have a recent non-political figure turned right-wing pundit, Dr. Ben Carson. Dr. Carson is somewhat of an anomaly. He openly boosts his disconnect from the black community. When I think of his interaction with the right-wing, Carson reminds me of the MAD TV character "Stuart" portrayed by comedian Michael McDonald. Its like his career and statements are constantly saying "Look what I can do!"

The major problems in many black communities are rooted in economics (aka MONEY). This problem stems from blacks not having our own economic base. You do know what an economic base is don't you? If you don't, go to any Jewish community and look around.

4:25 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"I know the question was aimed at anon, but I want to throw my two cents in on that question. Is there evidence that officer Darren unfairly targeted Michael Brown?".

Ahh-hmmm, the question was;Do you believe that the residents of Salt Lake feel as though the black police are unfairly targeting the white residents?. The question wasn't about "officer Darren" or Michael Brown. The question was about the situation in Salt Lake. Try spending "one cent" to answer the question.

CB;"That incident in Salt Lake is very similar to Fugerson well except for the suspect fractioning the cops eye like Michael Brown did".

I'm not a doctor, but I can tell you that facial fractures cause "immediate" bruising and/or swelling. I can't, and won't claim that Brown fractured Wilson's face, because I don't know. Thus far no one who saw him immediately after the shooting has come forward to attest that they saw swelling and/or bruises.

Yet you claim that Brown did fracture Wilson's eye. Please explain how you know this to be a fact. Also can you provide a link to the witness that saw Ofc. Wilson's bruises.

CB;"I keep the cops off me by being a law abiding citizen. Funny how something so simple worked out like that".

You say you were born and raised in Baltimore, right? So are you telling me that you have never been stopped or approached by police for nothing other than a traffic ticket or jaywalking? Are you saying that you have never been involved in a "questionable" stop by police?

CB;"South Central Los Angeles is still a burned out board up mess from the LA Riots. What happened was that private investments decided after the riots that it was economic suicide to invest money into the community after what happened".

First off, you sure try hard to make a stupid assertion seem relevant. That story you linked to is almost 20 years old. I'd hope you're not wearing underwear that old. Second, can you tell me what private and capital investment was going on in South Central in the years leading up to the riots? Unemployment and the poverty level in South Central LA was just as high then as it is now. The economic climate there is no different now than it was in 1992. As usual your ass-backwards idea's are looking for a "problem to a solution", and not a solution to a problem. However, there has been a racial residential demographic change. The majority is now Latinos.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Indigo said...

Looking at that marching picture brings back memories. Notice the women have on conservative dresses. The leading men are in suits, ties, white shirts and practical shoes. Their hair is groomed and neat. As children in the 1960's, in my neighborhood if boys got destructive or defiant, our fathers laid a belt on our behinds, or mamas with their switch, and it only took a few swats. Back then, child abuse by a few drunk, high or crazy parents specifically, was not used as a lame liberal excuse to omit correction in the home, generally. Better to be corrected at home early than to be killed on the street or beat at the jailhouse later.

If our parents told us to tuck our shirts in, or that it was time to get a haircut, we obeyed. And there were very few obese bellies hanging over those belts, because generally even poor children ate meals prepared at home, not McDonalds everyday nor government breakfast nor just convenience store cupcakes and candy and pop instead of real food. Teenagers started working jobs, part-time, a few even full-time, and summer jobs.

From the 1960's, 20 years later, by the 1980's they changed their “rules,” but God and truth changeth not. Crips and Bloods and gangs and drugs. Acceptance of immorality had set in in politics, entertainment, marriage and family. Now in the 2010's, I just saw this morning on TV (Armstrong William's show 8-23-14) that a city had job openings so 80 young people applied, but only 6 of them passed the drug test. There is no substitute for a legal working father at home who loves and trains and disciplines and leads by example.

One other thing. I am ashamed I did not see it fully earlier (esp. the way since 9-11 they daily ignored the atrocities of jihadists). The Ferguson, MO looting television coverage has made me see very clearly see that “mainstream media” have become cowardly, flame-throwing, whores of the democrat left.

Those of that 1960's generation that received correction by parents' authority turned into civilized, working, taxpaying adults, without incarceration in “Correctional” facilities (big money operation vainly trying to mop up vomit left by liberal madness). Those who didn't accept parent or guardian authority, did jail time, and/or died, or else became liberal leftists who, to blame a scapegoat for their dysfunctions, shout out their brainwashed support for the liberal agenda today, and demonize republicans and conservatives.

10:13 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "The answer... BECAUSE JEWS, HISPANICS, ASIANS AND ARABS WERE NOT "SEDUCED" INTO INTEGRATING WITH WHITES!! By the 1970's blacks were being "FORCED" to integrate with whites.

Whatever allen. Who's stopping blacks in 2014 from living in black neighborhoods allen? Nobody.The highest concentration of blacks are in the inner cities, what are you talking about. The white population of your city Detroit is what 10% at best? Here in Baltimore it's only 35% white. Integration has jack shit to do with problems in the black community. Nice excuse, I'm not buying it. Hell, I am not eve leasing it.

p allen"Look Tyrone, it's very simple human behavioral psychology. Black in most major urban areas are a perfect example of the "crabs in a barrel" syndrome. Instead of helping each other to improve the situation, everyone is trying to get out. Most blacks grow up seeing and dreaming the mostly unobtainable images of fast cars, lavish lifestyles and happy endings. "

Wrong again. Black children don't have any male role models in their home, so the street becomes their family. Growing up in a single family household mainly the mother is bad enough, but if the mother has a ghetto acting mindset, that kid is far more likely to fall victim to the only parental influence that child has, the mother.I see these so called mothers hitting and cursing at that children all the time. I sake my head, because I know those kids are going to grow up to be carbon copies of their trash acting, nor decency mother. The cycle repeats and repeats and repeats. The problem with black folks is not such much they are crabs, but they defend the bad elements in their community while shunning the positive ones. If a black drug dealer gets a harsher prison sentence for selling crack vs that of one who is white for selling cocaine, they get mad. At the end of the day, they should be glad that a person who is destroying the lives of their community is gone. They also don't want the black murderers in their communities put to death, and they want lighter prison sentences for them. It's madness on steroids.

p allen "You're attempting to create a narrative that the era of the Civil Rights Movement was mostly non-violent"

Wrong, the non violence aspect of the protests are what helped to usher in change allen. When people reflect on the civil rights movement. violence is never an element in which is presented as what sparked change. Like I said with Fugerson, the idiots rioting were not helping their "cause". They were simply making themselves out to be like animals. As for South Central, what positive changes have come to that area sine the riots?

10:38 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

p allen "First off, you sure try hard to make a stupid assertion seem relevant."

Not my problem you can can process reality when it's presented to you.

p allen "That story you linked to is almost 20 years old."

Now what's the excuse
That NPR story is from 2012 on the 20th anniversary of the LA Riots.

p allen "Second, can you tell me what private and capital investment was going on in South Central in the years leading up to the riots?"

I have no idea, but it was obviously private investment which created those businesses in South Central to begin with. It sure as hell wasn't the government. I wouldn't expect a liberal to understand capitalism.

p allen " Unemployment and the poverty level in South Central LA was just as high then as it is now."

Keep trying to convince yourself of that
"Median income in South Los Angeles is lower now than during the 1992 riots, and the unemployment rate has reached even more dire levels." Since this is from the LA Times, you can't even dismiss it as "right wing spin". Oh no!

p allen " The economic climate there is no different now than it was in 1992."

Reread the LA Times story from 2012. Then reread it again. You saying that is like saying that Detroit on the verge of an economic turnaround, you need glasses.

p allen "As usual your ass-backwards idea's are looking for a "problem to a solution", and not a solution to a problem. However, there has been a racial residential demographic change. The majority is now Latinos."

Ass Backwards you say? Reread the LA Times story. The solution is simple. If you understood capitalism, you would understand that capital flows to where there is strength for it to be utilized and a return on investment can be made. You must understand the concept of "risk vs reward". Which you obviously do not. Also, yes the Demographics have changed, but the economic situation for blacks hasn't gotten better for them over the past 20 years only worse.

10:42 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

CB;"Whatever allen. Who's stopping blacks in 2014 from living in black neighborhoods allen? Nobody.The highest concentration of blacks are in the inner cities, what are you talking about".

What part of "blacks abandoning their own" don't you understand? If you live in a majority black area (80% or better), how many black doctors live in your neighborhood? How many black small business owners, police chiefs, engineers, lawyers, etc...? How many black media personalities have built television studios are in your immediate area? How many black entertainers have built manufacturing plants or outlets for clothing and apparel in your neighborhood? You know the clothing and apparel that blacks spends billions of dollars on. And how many gas stations and liquor stores in your area are owned by blacks? If your answer to all of these questions is "few to none", you should then understand what I'm talking about. We as blacks have abandoned our own....

CB;"Median income in South Los Angeles is lower now than during the 1992 riots, and the unemployment rate has reached even more dire levels." Since this is from the LA Times, you can't even dismiss it as "right wing spin". Oh no!".

Come on now Tyrone, use your brain. Every major urban area was adversely effected by the Great Recession of 2008. The LA Times didn't "adjust" for that. As a matter of fact, unemployment figures of 21% in 1992 vs. 24% after a major recession, its quite amazing that there's only a 3 point difference! However I'm surprised that you're not blaming the riots and not President Obama for that whopping 24%.

1:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not American and happened upon this blog by chance about a year ago when I was researching the inexplicable high percentage of African-Americans among Democrat voters.

Call it cultural ignorance if you will, but I simply cannot fathom that a 6'3 heavy-built man who committed a strong-arm robbery and was chased by the police is now for some people a poster child for the new civil rights movement simply because of his skin color, and the fact that his shooter happened to be white.

8:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

MLK had a dream that men would be judged by the content of their character, and not the color of their skin.

When the testimony and evidence exonerates a man thought to be guilty of a crime it is our duty as civilized citizens to respect that decision, even if we don't like it.

To continue to align yourself with a known, proven criminal (strong arm robbery, assault and battery) and demand "justice" for the criminal, what does this say about the content of your character?

J.J.

5:52 PM  

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