Monday, December 22, 2014

Ferguson Rioters: They Better Rebuild the Businesses We Looted Or There’s ‘Gonna Be Hell to Pay’

Via Joe


Maybe I was wrong about my estimation of 80 IQs, must be lower.

Unbelievable.

The Ferguson punks who looted and burned to the ground dozens of stores during the Mike Brown riots in August and November are demanding that those businesses rebuild those wrecked stores, OR ELSE.

And of course the Progressive media laps it up and blames YOU.CBS interviewed three of these fine youths in Ferguson, Missouri this week. One protester “Gunny” warned city officials:
“To be honest, if they don’t come and restore these neighborhoods for these people, like when you gotta go travel miles to Walmart and to get gas and stuff like that, it should be right here. If they don’t restore this community for people who stay here it’s gonna be hell to pay…”
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18 comments:

  1. how can I say what I am thinking and put it here without burning up the laptop, satellite and ground station at the same time? I can't so I will just think it and polish my ammo.

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    1. Nice and shiny. Might need some Brasso. :)

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    2. I have moments like this also. I click to leave a comment and cant put my anger into words. So I just grab my cloth and bottle of breaakfree and go to oiling and polishing. Hang in there. It wont get better in our lives but we need to hang tough for our kids.

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    3. hang tough for our kids.

      Agreed.

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  2. Removing warning labels and safety controls wouldnt be quick enough for the culling the human race needs.

    I cant believe Im even saying that. I used to think..live and let live.

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    1. I used to think..live and let live.

      I was raised to respect all and once came home from school and asked my mother (Aunt) what a nigger was. She told me in no uncertain terms that if I ever said that again, I would get a good spanking which I received often anyway until the day her arm length hairbrush broke on my behind and she said she wasn't going to spank me anymore, When I asked why, she said because it didn't do any good. :) We were always very close to our black "cousins" and still are, but I must say my heart has lost much of the kind feelings towards others of the same race starting about 1992 when the $NAACP$ started their campaign against all things Confederate.


      "You Can't Play With Johnny Anymore"
      http://www.namsouth.com/viewtopic.php?t=241&highlight=johnny

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    2. I never used such a word until I ended up getting attacked by blacks. I have had a very few good black friends. I am not a racist but as a rule I avoid black people. I dont hate but I know better than to pet the dog that I know will bite.

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    3. Treat all, who deserve such, with respect, but you'd better keep your distance from all unless you know them well.

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    4. That is very good advice and I thank you for it.

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  3. Using the North Korean handbook I see. Eh?

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  4. "The pain of war can not exceed the woe of its aftermath" did someone forget?

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  5. Some times, it is just too easy. I wrote and posted this November 25.

    How soon until we see the media show a former looter crying to the camera. I can hear them sob now, “ Everybody racist. I gotta drive five-miles to buy milk fo my baby. I axe you whitty is racist he don’t build no stores im ma nabohood. Iz cuz we black. Rich white business discriminate against ma nabohood. Now we gots to go five-miles fo ma baby’s milk.”

    Badger

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