Ferguson Rioters Are Like KKK
The anger being acted out in Ferguson, MO. is very revealing. The perpetrators and their Erebusic protagonists are upset because an innocent man was found innocent. They’re not interested in justice; they are interested in retribution. Their behavior is tantamount to the same behavior exhibited by the Ku Klux Klan during the days of lynchings and racial intimidation.
The protagonists are happy. Obama, Holder, Sharpton, the media, et al probably started doing their happy dances moments after the rioting broke out. But what will the people of Ferguson do when the lights go out and the cameras are packed up and off to the next big news?
Earlier today I posted the following comment on my Facebook page: “Who is surprised that the Ferguson is burning? Anyone with a brain knew this was going to happen. The media and race mongers worked tirelessly to insure that it happened. And just what are the people gaining? What benefit will they derive from their lawlessness? They are destroying where they live with frigid winter weather setting in. Where will they watch the televisions they are stealing? Where will they cook and eat the food they are stealing after their homes are ransacked and burned? This isn’t anger, it is evil. It is satanic. And the chief demon, i.e., Obama, was right there last night to fan the flames. In his petulant rage he refused to mention Officer Wilson’s name, but he made sure to mention michael brown. And he made it a point to blame America. What’s taking place in Ferguson isn’t about disenfranchisement; it is about a people who have bought the lie of they should not have to abide by the same laws everyone else must. What will they talk about as they gather at what used to be the barber shop? How many of their preachers will foment more discord? What will they have gained by demolishing their own neighborhoods? What will their children talk about when they return to school? I hope these people are proud of themselves. They’ve destroyed their own neighborhood for nothing. But, then again who am I kidding. Two weeks from now they will be crying and boo-hooing that the insurance companies aren’t paying off and that the city isn’t giving them food. That will lead to pledge drives to help the people of Ferguson. The help they need cannot be found in a box, can, jar, or package. It can only be found in the Lord. The Lord they have obviously chosen to turn away from.”
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here