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‘He should be charged with inciting to riot’

Missouri Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder has called for the arrest of the stepfather of Ferguson’s Michael Brown, following the emergence of video footage in which he was seen inciting rioters.

Louis Head, was filmed telling angry mobs in Ferguson Monday to “burn this bi**h down,” after the grand jury announced no indictment for the police officer who shot and killed Brown.

What followed was an intense night of rioting and looting, during which several buildings and vehicles were burned by agitators.

Appearing on Laura Ingraham’s radio show, Kinder was asked “When you hear that soundbite from the stepfather of Michael Brown, what’s your reaction?”

“That he should be arrested and charged with inciting to riot,” the state Republican lawmaker immediately answered.

It also emerged this week that Mr Head is likely a member of the notorious Bloods gang, according to an anonymous police source connected to the Ferguson chief of police. Brown, himself was captured in several pictures flashing gang signs. Although not directly connected to the events that transpired, it certainly gives an idea of the attitude Head and Brown may have had when it comes to law enforcement.

Describing the looting of stores that occurred in Ferguson, Ingraham noted “Nothing quite says civil rights outrage like a fifth of Jack Daniels,”

“Or a new plasma [TV],” Kinder added.

“That really speaks to the great legacy of Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King.” Ingraham declared.

Elsewhere during the interview, Kinder cited the evidence presented to the grand jury and defended the decision that Officer Wilson had acted in self defense.

He also said he believed that there would not be major changes to Missouri’s use of deadly force guidelines, following the Brown case.

Kinder expressed further dissatisfaction with the response of Governor Jay Nixon (D) for delaying the deployment of National Guard troops to Ferguson.

On Monday, Kinder suggested that the failure of police and the guard to protect businesses targeted by rioters could have stemmed from an Obama administration stand down order.

“Is the reason that the National Guard was not in there because the Obama Administration and the Holder Justice Department leaned on you to keep them out?” Kinder said, addressing Nixon during a Fox News appearance.

“I cannot imagine any other reason why the governor who mobilized the National Guard would not have them in there to stop this.” he added.


Militants are not as well versed in U.S. history as they might think


ISIS members have taken to Twitter to support — as well as try to incite — Ferguson protesters in an attempt to gain a footing on U.S. soil.

According to the Daily Mail, various hand-written signs that have been posted from ISIS members reading that so long as the Ferguson protesters pledge their allegiance to ISIS, the terrorist unit will send over militants to assist in causing as much mayhem and bloodshed as possible.

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One such ISIS member, Junaid Hussain, 20, wrote, “We hear you and we will help you if you accept Islam and reject corrupt man-made laws like democracy and pledge your allegiance to Caliph Abu Bakr and then we will shed our blood for you and send our soldiers that don’t sleep, whose drink is blood, and their play is carnage.”

Another member, using the handle “@Abu 3antar Britani” wrote, “From #IS to #Ferguson we heard your call and we are ready to respond! #FergusonDecision #BeLikeMalcolmX #FightBack.”

The use of “Malcolm X” is an interesting point of intersection that apparently links ISIS with the enraged protesters. Malcolm X was apart of the Nation of Islam, and so it makes sense for ISIS members to attempt to persuade protesters by bringing up the largely revered Civil Rights movements.

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Naturally, Malcolm X would have never supported inhumane actions that have been carried out by the hands of ISIS. The militants are not as well versed in U.S. history as they might think.

Although the offer of sending warriors “whose drink is blood” sounds like a tempting proposition, the catch is always that the protesters must embrace the chilling fundamental doctrine handed down by ISIS members.

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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.”


Video footage shows consumer insanity has spread to UK


Black Friday madness has once again descended, with video footage showing people viciously squabbling over TVs and other electronic goods, showcasing the very worst aspects of human nature.

If the clips below are anything to go by, the United Kingdom is now rivaling America for Black Friday insanity, with police being called out to numerous stores across the country to deal with fighting and other disturbances.

However, the U.S. was by no means immune to the chaos. The clip below shows people brawling over hi-fi systems at a store in Michigan City, Indiana.

Another clip shows police tasering a man in Walmart.

Another video currently going viral compares the relatively sanguine Black Friday of the 1980′s with today’s zombie-fest.

The video below splices clips taken from George A. Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn of the Dead with images of Black Friday. It’s hard to tell the difference. At least the zombies in Romero’s film moved a lot slower.

Meanwhile, the image below, taken at an Asda store in the UK, wouldn’t look out of place in any movie about the undead, just replace the flat screen TVs with brains.

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Mark Dice’s annual trolling of Black Friday shoppers who shunned their families on Thanksgiving to line up outside stores was met with the usual blank stares commonly affiliated with lobotomy patients.

What do you think this behavior tells us about modern society? Let us know in the comments below…


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Law-abiding citizens at the mercy of rioters



By Gary North
The Tea Party Economist

La Riots store owners protect store with guns

Looters in Ferguson, Missouri defied President Obama and the parents of Michael Brown. The President and the parents had called for peaceful protests. This appeal to non-violence did not work.

In the summer of 1965, I lived in Southern California. The region saw the images from the KTLA TV traffic helicopter, day after day, night after night, of the arson and the looting. This was new to us. How could looting of businesses owned by residents do the cause of justice any good? It couldn’t. These were looters and arsonists, not justice-seekers.

The video of the looting of a Ferguson liquor store is typical. The owner had been victimized by Brown, who stole cigarillos. This was caught on an in-store camera. Now more thieves came out in force. Twice victimized, what was he to do?

If the owner had stood in front of his store with a shotgun, and had shot a few looters, he might have been prosecuted by the grand jury that did not vote to send the policeman to trial.

How do property owners deal with mob violence? If defenders face prosecution for defending their property, and the police and national guard fire tear gas canisters and rubber bullets, which do not slow down the looters, then both personal safety and private property are left without meaningful support.

The rioters set fires, as they always do. Loot and burn for justice! I remember the rioters’ cries in Watts in 1965: “Burn, baby, burn!” The law-abiding citizens were at the mercy of rioters.

In his great book, From Dawn to Decadence (2000), Jacques Barzun wrote that the Western state is entering a phase of contraction. Politicians have promised welfare benefits that cannot possibly be paid for. At the same time, the state can no longer protect the nation from crime. A loss of legitimacy will undermine the state.

The looters and rioters in Ferguson have sent a message: the state is impotent when it comes to protecting life and property. Yet these two protections are basic to the theoretical justification for the state’s possession of a lawful monopoly of violence. The state of Missouri visibly shares this with looters. “Sorry; there is nothing much we can do.” The looters knew this, and they acted accordingly.

There is a fundamental law of economics: “At a higher price, less is demanded.” But modern Americans have been verbally assaulted for so long by the bullies in ghettos and their accomplices in the media that law enforcement agencies are today unwilling to hike the price on violence. Result: more violence.

Push came to shove in Ferguson. The law enforcement agencies figured “better safe than sorry” for them. They tried to contain the violence, not stop it. Once again, they sent a message to citizens. It was the same message sent by the looters, “You’re on your own. Do not resist.”

In the 1992 Watts II riots — the Rodney King riots — Korean store owners got guns. They stood their ground. They had no problem.

As you watch this, listen to the concern of the off-camera media lady. She asks the on-site lady: “Does it look as though these guns are registered?” Then she asked about handguns. Handguns!

My response would have been this: “Does it look as though the looters are registered?”

The liberal media have long since castrated the majority. But not in this part of town in 1992.

Georgia’s New Plan To Arrest Welfare Abusers

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As many know, the food stamps program is intended to help low income families afford food. Recently, however, more and more stories are coming to light revealing dishonesty and abuse of the system. It appears that when given the chance, many people tend to trade the food stamps for cash, and end up buying whatever they want. Such action is illegal.

Georgia authorities have discovered this new type of fraud, and 54 people were arrested for opening “grocery stores” that service welfare recipients. According to reports, food stamps were being traded in for cash at the store, for only a percentage of their actual value. 90 people were arrested for using the service to commit fraud.

Although there is currently no indication of legal penalties for committing welfare fraud, the first punishment that occurs for an offender is to lose funding. In that case, the person facing charges will not be able to obtain food stamps for a period of time, and could even be permanently banned for the program.

What do you think of welfare abusers?