Professional agitators have been busily teaching interested parties all about militant civil disobedience in St. Louis in recent days.   It’s all in preparation for the expected free-for-all following the formal announcement clearing the Ferguson police officer who defended his life with deadly force when attacked by a 300-pound, 6′ 4″ 18-year-old man who had just robbed a convenience store a few minutes before.

In the “training”, the participants were told (fair warning, video autoplays at the link):   “…We’re not going to get change in this society unless white people are just a little bit afraid.”

Pro-tip:  Armed Americans aren’t easily intimidated.  Nor will they be oppressed.

If these agitators want to pursue change through intimidation, they’re going to find the limits of mainstream America’s tolerance for their hooliganism.

Our so-called president Barack Hussein Obama has injected himself into the mess by reportedly meeting with the Ferguson protest (really rioting) “leaders” and urging them to “stay on course”.  That’s hardly helpful, but then again, it’s Barack Obama.

And just because we have a professional agitator in the White House for a couple of more years doesn’t mean Middle America will sit idly by and watch as mobs of blacks – or mobs of any description – rape, rob and pillage their way from neighborhood to neighborhood.  Everyday Americans of all backgrounds will come together to meet that threat head on.

If these would-be anarchists think their threat of escalating violence will intimidate us, they’re going to find out what real violence is all about when protesters find themselves with fresh piercings that leak warm blood.




10 thoughts on “OBAMA’S POST-RACIAL AMERICA: “we’re not going to get change in this society unless white people are just a little bit afraid.””
  1. If that water cannon in your last photo contained a solution of hog manure, stuff to make a person extremely itchy, and a sticky goo making it hard to wash off, it would be much more effective, especially with the cold temperatures. Can you imagine trying to be an effective rioter with that stuff on you? Not a pretty picture or smell!

  2. It’s also hard to run from the police – or an angry gun owner who turned the table on criminal predators – with their pants hanging below their asses.

    Reminds me of the old joke, “What do Michael Jackson and JC Penney have in common?”

    Answer: Boys’ pants half off.


  3. Bring it on….. Theres more than a few of us decent folk who are tired of walking on eggshells around the ‘oppressed folk’…..
    You have had 50 years of official bowing and scraping by the american government and its people. In that time, waves of asians, latinos, arabs, and every other tribe have shown up, moved up, and yet you fail to launch. Africans from Africa look down on you for your indolence! NOW we are supposed to be afraid of a bunch of losers who wont be up before noon to steal a pair of shoes?
    Please riot, please make a mess, theres a lot of folk who are armed and won’t tolerate this when you come to their homes or businesses..

  4. Ammo is cheap.

    $100 would take a lot of the intimidating out of a whole lot of toughs.


  5. Yep and if it’s tha bad no one will ever know where his one or that one gets ventilated. Hot lead could be coming from anywhere It’ll. Be like open season just shoot something !!

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