As of the writing of this article, the town of Ferguson, Missouri is in flames and blacks are rioting and looting their own neighborhoods. The absolute insanity of these people there is ridiculous. However, what the mainstream media isn’t telling you is what and who is behind it all. Those behind it are nothing more than the Devil’s minions, who are out to stir up racism for the advancement of their own agenda. National commentator Bill Whittle exposes the Ferguson conspiracy pointing out who is behind it and why.
“Let’s just be crystal clear about something,” begins Whittle in his comments. “If it turns out that a police officer shot Michael Brown while he was standing still with his hands in the air as his defenders claim then that police officer needs to be charged with murder and go to jail for the rest of his life.”
“But that doesn’t seem to be like what happened at all,” Whittle adds. He then goes on to inform his audience that new details about the incident are coming out every day, and we know that those details, even among people who are favorable to Michael Brown, do not side with Michael Brown, but with Officer Darren Wilson.
“I’m not going to speculate on how Michael Brown’s life actually came to an end, but I am going to talk about what happened before and after,” said Whittle.
“Michael Brown has been repeatedly referred to in the media as a ‘gentle giant.'”
“So why is it that the attorney general, appointed by the President of the United States of America, put intense political pressure on the Ferguson police department to suppress this standard, ordinary surveillance video – a video which, by the way, caused the destruction of this man’s store and left him fearing for his life?” Whittle asked.
While defenders of Michael Brown say that the video surveillance is an attempt to criminalize him instead of focusing on the police shooting, Whittle reproves that notion in mocking tone. “Really? That kind of casual violence? That sense of entitlement, that utter disrespect for the law or another human being?”
Whittle chastises those who believe Brown’s supporters by telling them to look at the evidence before their eyes.
“That attitude has nothing to do with the police claim that he was charging the officer when he was shot?” Whittle asked rhetorically, referring to Brown on the surveillance video. “This doesn’t shed some doubt on a ‘gentle, innocent, unarmed, black teen” assassinated by the police while his hands were in the air for the crime of being black?”
Whittle then challenged claims that there is an epidemic of white cops shooting unarmed black teens.
“If this is an epidemic, where’s the epidemic?” asks Whittle.
The reality is that there is not an epidemic, at least not the way the media or the Obama administration would have America to believe. It’s actually in the reverse.
“Is there an epidemic of racial violence loose in America today?” asks Whittle. “There is. According to the National Crime Victimization Survey in 2010, 62,593 blacks were the victims of white violence. During that same year, 320,082 whites were the victims of black violence.”
That’s five times the numbers of violence against whites than blacks, but Whittle says the numbers are misleading “since the black and white populations are not the same size.”
“When 38 million black Americans commit five times as many violent crimes on 197 million whites as they receive, what you discover is that black perpetrators violently assault white victims 25 times more frequently,” says Whittle.
When it comes of violent assault that number moves up to 200 times higher than white on black crimes.
The reality is that the statistics show that the number of white-on-black rapes and violent robberies were so small that they had to be rounded to the nearest whole number – and that whole number is zero.
The reality is that what is going on in Ferguson has absolutely nothing to do with Michael Brown or Darren Wilson. It has everything to do with the narrative that Marxist Barack Obama, and race baiters like Eric Holder, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are creating by using Michael Brown.
While white racism isn’t tolerated, black racism is the “toxic glue that holds the progressive coalition together,” says Whittle.
Modern progressivism is defined by open black rage at a non-existent narrative. However, Whittle doesn’t mention the Muslims. They too have a similar mentality, but we’ve dealt with that many times.
Whittle goes on to blast Barack Obama for the one failed promise that he found most “heart breaking,” which got him elected in the first place: The promise of a post-racial future.
“He and his progressive cohorts can never surrender the weapon that has gotten them, not the least of which is personal political power and trillions of dollars of redistributed wealth,” Whittle says.
The latest example of Ferguson demonstrates the Barack Obama and his minions would rather rule over ruins than disappear into the dustbin of history in a healthy and racially-healed nation.
By Tim Brown on Freedom Outpost
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