|Wed. 26 November 2014|
"Security In Ferguson Is Tightened After Night of Unrest"
From the article :
Mixed signals came from Mr. Brown’s family on Monday. Early in the evening, it issued a statement calling for a peaceful reaction to the grand jury’s decision. But later that night, as the decision was announced, Mr. Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, grew emotional outside the Ferguson police station, yelling, “Burn this bitch down!”Of course this tiny bit of honesty from the vermin at Amerika's newspaper of record was largely offset by their failure to make any mention in their multi-page coverage of the Michel Brown shooting, of the strong-arm robbery that set the whole series of events in motion.
That, and this below-the-fold front page puff piece by Times' communist Michael Wines, makes the NYT's lack of objectivity in the matter pretty clear :
"Reaction To Ferguson Decision Shows Racial Divide Remains Over Views Of Justice"
From that article, right there on the front page, just three paragraphs in :
"Paul McLemore, the first African-American to become a New Jersey state trooper, was on the streets of Newark in 1967 when riots following a police beating of a black taxi driver left 26 dead. He spent decades as a civil rights lawyer and years as a municipal judge in Trenton. His wife and children have gone on to enjoy accomplished careers.
“Of course, there’s been a lot of progress” since Newark’s days of rage, he said in an interview on Tuesday. But asked whether a young black man today could find the justice that was believed to be absent in Newark 47 years ago, he gave a response that was starkly different.
The New York Times stokes the flames of the anti-white racial bonfire they themselves set alight, shortly after current publisher Pinky Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr.'s great-grandfather - the funnily-named Adolf Simon Ochs - purchased what has become the most Influential Newspaper in the World in 1896.“No, period,” he said. “There’s pervasive racism — white racism.”
We never expected of course the verminous reality acrobats at the Times to report truthfully on the Ferguson case, but again, we do have to give them kudos for being truthful enough to reprint the incendiary words of Michael Brown's father (who btw looks about how old to you? Twenty-nine to 32, I would say, which means that the Gentle Giant who took a .40 caliber shot to the top of his haid (suggesting btw, per witness testimony, that he was charging Officer Wilson head-down, like a linebacker going in for a tackle), was probably spawned by teenage parents).
It's called the "ghetto lottery" for a reason: you can bet the farm that a great deal of this "emotion" coming from Brown fambly and the larger apartment-farm black community that it lived in, has more to do with their aspirations to cash in on their ghetto martyr's death, than actual real-life grievance and sadness.
The simple fact is that American black famblies with large numbers of chirren do not care about their chirren the way people of other races care about their children. Ask yourself - and be honest - how many single black mothers of five or more children in America today, if given the choice to secretly choose between a two million dollar settlement, and the loss of one child through an actionable accident or police shooting etc., would NOT go for the two million dollars?
I think you know the answer.
Blacks in the USA use their powers of fertility to obtain government cheese - we all know this. We've seen youtube videos where they admit it outright.
Black single mothers in the USA treat their children horribly, even in public, we've seen this too. Who reading this blog hasn't been to Walmart and not seen large black American women chastising their chirren in public, often with filthy language and angry uni-brows?
In the video below, Michael Brown's mother and biological father - alongside the barely literate Trayvon Martin fambly attorney Benjamin Crump - are being interviewed by CBS News. Who do you suppose paid for the Brown's camera-friendly wardrobes? (Including the tie with the image of the Gentle Giant's stenciled on to it)? Who do you suppose paid their airfare to NYC to do the taping? Who paid for their hotel rooms and their expenses while in the city?
What do you suppose their real objectives are when they talk about "change"?
The answer is in the question: Change, and lots and lots of it.
The New York Times: All The News That's Fit To Print, As Long As It Entails Minority Uplift and Anti-White Bias, Since 1896.