Did you hear about this? Good chance you didn’t; we’ve been preoccupied with Michael Brown and now Mr. Garner. But you need to know what else our government is up to. Are we engaging in more war activity or is this just for show? Somehow, I don’t think its enough to really scare Putin? Check this article on the link below.
Our government loves keeping us distracted……so they can sneak by us.
Is the Department of Justice going to investigate every killing of a black man or just the white cops on black men? They couldn’t possibly investigate the black on black killings, they happen everyday. Has there ever been a protest for B on B killing? We aren’t protesting the right problems.
This is how I see it, and is my opinion, which I am expressing here, all within my freedom of speech.
There are many opportunists in Ferguson, Missouri these days, none greater than those who should be the most caring. Twisted truth started long before that early afternoon on August 9 of this year, when Michael Brown was killed by a police officer, during a physical confrontation.
Michael Brown was a bully, as we saw on the convenience store video. Sorry folks, pictures, especially motion pictures, do not lie. Behavior is learned, starting at birth. From some of the actions we have learned from Lesley McSpadden in particular, Michael had a good teacher.
It is sad a young man died so early in life. Michael’s grandmother Pearlie Gordon was possibly the only positive caring adult in Michael’s life, that gave him a chance to make something of himself. We won’t ever know how much of an influence Pearlie really made.
Michael’s mother is being investigated for attacking and stealing from members of her own family. Lesley McSpadden is not the caring mother she has so pretended to be, she is an opportunist. Lesley is no different from the rioters, looters and arsonists in Ferguson. Lesley learned somewhere in her own life how to milk the system, society.
Michael Brown’s destiny began long before he met then Officer Darren Wilson. The real story, one young life is dead and another’s ruined; and their path began 18 years ago.
As a St. Louis Rams season ticket holder I was in attendance for Sundays game against the Oakland Raiders. I did not learn of the five player’s “hands-up don’t shoot” gesture in support of protesters and rioters in the Michael Brown Worldwide Spectacle until well after the game. I was not paying attention to the beginning of the introductions when they came on the field, I only saw them shortly after they had dropped their arms. I know their hands were up, the photo is proof. To the five players, gentlemen, what proof do you have that Michael Brown had his arms raised? You have none! The evidence presented to the Grand Jury indicated Michael Brown’s arms were not up.
Whether you agree with the Grand Jury decision or not; for the Rams players to demonstrate their support of the protesters was highly inappropriate as they were introduced before a crowd of fans. The players are representatives of their team, the Rams organization. They were at their place of employment, they were on the job, they were there to play football. Are the fans to assume the Rams organization supports the position of the protesters? They had five representatives making a statement. If it is their personal feelings and expression, they should do it on their own time, not company time. It was inappropriate and insulting to the police and security at the game.
Had I seen this demonstration, I would have walked out of the game, before it even started.
You couldn’t pay me enough to be an officer of the law these days. A few bad apples have made it more difficult for everyone else, which seems too often the case across the board in everyday living.
We want to recruit “better” qualified, unbiased people, young people. With the disrespect that even our best receive from us, how many will leave for other professions? It’s a problem, and we aren’t helping the matter.
Ferguson? Who in their right mind would want to be a cop in Ferguson? The people want to recruit more black cops. With the black on black killing being so high (the high majority of the killings), why would a black man or woman want to be a police officer in Ferguson or anywhere in the St. Louis area. Could being black raise the odds of you being killed, mostly likely by another black?
It’s a problem!
Lt. Governor Peter Kinder of Missouri, questions a possible stand down order by Obama of the National Guard Monday night following the Grand Jury announcement.
The link below is worth the read. Yes it’s from the Teaparty…….but you know, how have the Republican and Democrats been working for us. (I am not recruiting for the Teaparty).
A stand down order is quite possible, given Obama’s history, and why would Governor Nixon of Missouri hold the Guard back himself after comments rioting would not be tolerated and a state of emergency was initiated? Somebody put a hold on order out!!! Obama…..who else would have?
Good morning! I want to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. I want to especially wish a peaceful day to my fellow Missourians and St. Louis metropolitan area neighbors. Lets take this day to reflect all we have to be thankful for and pray our community gains better understanding and cooperation to strengthen weakness and build a better future for all.
Have a great day!