Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Mizzou Hunger Strike Student's Family Worth $20,000,000

Via Billy

 


You know Jonathan Butler, the Mizzou student that started a hunger strike because he wanted the school's president fired for something he had no part in? It turns out he comes from a family with a net worth of over $20 million!

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18 comments:

  1. Just keep on keepin' on with that hunger strike - more food for the rest of us.

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  2. Bill Ayres' daddy was a rich banker, as I recall - wonder if daddy is proud of his son.

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    1. Bill Ayers father was a well to do CEO and president of Commonwealth Edison and was largely responsible for getting Bill off on a technicality during his trial. Bin Laden was another son of a well to do Contractor in the Middle East and didn't make it to a trial where pops could get him freed. Spoiled little rich kids who never made themselves useful and spent their lives creating chaos. Butler is just another useless chip off the old block that will never produce anything useful.

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    2. Hopefully the hunger strike will be the only thing he's successful at...:)

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    3. Butler is just another useless chip off the old block that will never produce anything useful.

      Probably.

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    4. Hopefully the hunger strike will be the only thing he's successful at...:)

      Ha! :)

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  3. Hmmm......I didn't know 20 million could buy that much oppression from white people.

    Being worth 20 million usually causes people to be nice to you, your family, your dog, your cat, and your neighbors, not to mention your butler, your maid, your cook, your driver, your gardener, and your pool cleaner.

    But, never having been worth that much, maybe I'm too privileged to understand. :)

    Central Alabamaian

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  4. I have a friend whose brother attends Mizzou and I asked him what is going on out there. He said his brother had never heard of any of this until it popped up in the media nor had he ever witnessed any "racial injustice".It is sad that the school administrators caved to the agitators. Some of the sound bytes and videos coming from the students are mind boggling. The mindset ("I have the right not to be offended") of some in this generation is off the scale of reality. I had a great philosophical mentor early in my life that was fond of saying "you can lay the world at the feet of some people and they will not bend over to pick it up, They will just be mad because you didn't give it (the world) to them sooner"! This crew at Mizzou falls into this classification..

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    1. "you can lay the world at the feet of some people and they will not bend over to pick it up, They will just be mad because you didn't give it (the world) to them sooner"! This crew at Mizzou falls into this classification..

      Really.

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  5. Not about money, it's about power, his rich daddy probably put him up to it because the college cafeteria didn't offer Kobe steak. Poor baby.

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  6. This maleducated spoiled child does not have the slightest clue. If he were truly oppressed he would not be attending a university. Secondly he would be in fear for his life for speaking out. Thirdly nobody would care at all if he was on a hunger strike.

    But if his family is worth 20 million, then congratulations and I am happy for you. As as see it, there is no point in being envious of those who are richer than you. All it means that their money problems has more zeros after it than what mine do. I thank God for what I do have. Of course we all want to have more and better stuff, but in the end every thing we have is on loan. You are going to die some day, and every thing you own, will then go to some one else.

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    1. You are going to die some day, and every thing you own, will then go to some one else.

      After the government steals as much as they can.

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  7. Black privilege? Where's the outrage over that? I bet his family has us crackas working for them. Now I am offended.

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