By Brooke Bosca | Top Right News
Ah, the wonderful, peaceful protesters of Ferguson, They just want justice and peace. They just want us all to get along. Well, except with those White Devils.
Yeah, you’re not going to see the real views of the Ferguson street on CNN. But TruthRevolt’s Ami Horowitz interviewed them over the past week since the grand jury’s decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown.
Horowitz asked simple questions and got some stunning answers, that should challenge many liberal talking points, on how Blacks can’t be racist, on how “peaceful” the Brown protesters are, and even on how Blacks view Barack Obama.
One protester said:
We don’t hate white people. Ya’ll the devil.
When Horowitz asks protesters, “Why are you all here?” a man can be heard replying:
To f*ck sh*t up!
Several protesters say Darren Wilson deserves to be killed, when asked what they think should happen to him. One visibly heated protester gets in Horowitz’ face and has to be restrained by his friends.
Cornell Brooks, president of the NAACP to CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront over the shooting death of Michael Brown and video of Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, telling a crowd of protestors to “burn this bi*** down” after the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson and asked Brooks if “that served as a call for violence?” Rather than condemn Brown’s stepfather’s highly charged rhetoric, the president of the NAACP proclaimed “I don’t think that was a call for violence or it caused violence.”
Propaganda timed to coincide with Black Friday
CNN, as a government propaganda network, says the economy is on the rebound, so Americans should go out and spend.
According to a corporate poll, “52 percent of Americans said things are going well, while 48 percent said things are going badly — but it’s the most positive appraisal of the state of the nation that the poll has found since January of 2007.”
The buoyant poll reflects government propaganda. “The economy has improved significantly. There’s no doubt about it,” Obama said on November 9. “We had a jobs report for October that showed that once again over 200,000 jobs created. We’ve now created more than 10 million. The unemployment rate’s come down faster than we could have anticipated.”
The government, of course, leans heavily on its official U3 statistics and ignores the so-called U6, a calculation including not only people out of work and looking for full-time employment, but also adds “marginally attached workers and those working part-time for economic reasons.” When the U6 is factored in, the picture is not as rosy as Obama and the government would have you believe.
Government also bases its staged ebullience on the stock market which is, as Wim Grommen characterized it, a “beautiful tree in the desert.”
The brief period of supposed stability lauded by the government is primarily smoke and mirrors. “Unfortunately, this brief period of stability that we have been enjoying is just an illusion,” writes Michael Snyder. “The fundamental problems that caused the financial crisis of 2008 have not been fixed. In fact, most of our long-term economic problems have gotten even worse.”
The optimism expressed in the CNN poll is not shared by the task managers of the financial elite, for instance UK boss David Cameron who said that “red warning lights are flashing on the dashboard of the global economy” in the same way as they did when the subprime financial bubble crash bowed the globalist economy six years ago.
Neil Howe, writing for Forbes, notes a genuine recovery keeps “getting deferred like an ever-fading mirage” and deflation, rising prices, low interest rates, weak investment, slow productivity growth, and chronic labor force detachment are slowly but surely taking down the economy.
Economists warn the fragile “recovery,” which is little more than creative accounting by the government and its legion of bean counters, will soon be sideswiped by a worldwide recession that will produce a contraction in the U.S. by the end of next year at the latest.
“We are not moving out of the woods, but may be on our way back in,” writes Louis-Philippe Rochon, citing the Jerome Levy Forecasting Center, an influential business consultancy group. “Everywhere we look, we have a serious potential for crisis.”
Jerome Levy predicted the 2007 blowout, so his prediction carries significant weight.
For a couple years now economists and even king pins at the non-Federal Reserve have said we’re headed into the Greatest Depression, an economic catastrophe worse than the Great Depression of the 1930s (it took a world war and millions killed to get us out of that one). The list includes former Fed bosses Ben Bernanke, Alan Greenspan, and Paul Volcker and no shortage of economists present and past from the likes the Bank of England, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley.
CNN’s smoke and mirrors poll appears appropriately on Black Friday. It is in part an effort to get wary consumers off the couch and into the stores.
Obama’s predecessor did his part to stall the economic crash of 2007, which failed.
George Bush said “we must also work together to achieve important goals for the American people here at home. This work begins with keeping our economy growing… And I encourage you all to go shopping more.”
In one example, CNN reporter Sara Sidner was hit in the head with a rock while broadcasting outside of a burning building on West Florissant avenue.
“Mainstream” reporters pelted with rocks and trash
Members of the establishment media did not fare well in Ferguson, Missouri Monday night as rioters targeted reporters with a multitude of items.
“Sorry, I just got hit by a rock,” Sidner said. “I’m OK, I’m OK, I’ve been hit by much worse in my day.”
Stephanie Elam, another reporter with CNN, was struck as well despite being surrounded by two security guards.
“People are throwing stuff at me right now,” said Elam. “It’s that kind of scene.”
Elam was eventually pulled away by her bodyguard as the situation continued to deteriorate.
Rioters also knocked down the camera of Fox News reporter Steve Harrigan as he reported on the looting of a liquor store.
“Hey man, f*ck you!” the unknown assailant said as he knocked the camera to the ground.
Interestingly, members of the alternative media, who ran towards gunshots as so-called mainstream reporters fled, were mostly left alone.
The apparent disdain for reporters has been seen since the protests first began.
MSNBC’s Chris Hayes was pelted with rocks and forced off camera last August as protesters accused the media outlet of lying.
Although the offensive violence should absolutely be shunned, the attacks are not entirely surprising given the coverage seen by such outlets.
CNN reporters, so used to repeating government talking points without question, denied that tear gas was being used last August despite multiple people clearly being affected by the gas. CNN instead waited until police finally confirmed the use of the chemical agent to alert their dwindling audience.
The targeting of these reporters may very well be a visual representation of their failing credibility, most easily noted in their plummeting ratings.
Ferguson Market and Liquor was looted during the aftermath of the grand jury’s decision
Ferguson Market and Liquor, the store that Michael Brown robbed before he was killed by Officer Darren Wilson was looted during the aftermath of the grand jury’s decision to not indict Wilson as CNN’s cameras rolled on Monday.