“If you do not have a gun, get one and get one soon. We will not be able to protect you or your family. It will be your responsibility to protect them." Our gutless commanders and politicians have neutered us. I’m serious, get a gun, get more than one, and keep one with you at all times.”
Ferguson is a pressure cooker bomb waiting to explode. And the trigger that will set it off will be the grand jury's no-billing of Officer Darren Wilson in the justified shooting of Michael Brown. Brown was escaping from the scene of a crime, he attacked a legally authorized law officer, and he was so high on marijuana it took six rounds to bring him down. I cannot imagine the grand jury returning a verdict other than no charges against Officer Wilson.
Not surprisingly, our Criminal-in-Chief is promoting the abrogation of our Constitutionally guaranteed legal processes and is inciting the black residents of Ferguson to engage in illegal protests against a grand jury decision. According to Al Sharpton, who met with President Obama on 5 November, the President expressed his support of the protesters and admonished them to "stay on course."
"On course," as the President must certainly be aware, is a course of vandalism, theft, and destruction. Over 100 businesses have been looted in the Saint Louis area by black hoodlums masquerading as Michael Brown "demonstrators." These are not demonstrations. They are raiding parties bent on stealing and destroying the property of the government media vilified whites.
By encouraging the thieves and vandals to "stay on course," President Obama is enabling them to continue the wanton destruction of personal property, public property, peoples' lives, and their only chances of ever getting off the Democrat plantation. It is apparent from his behavior that that is at least one of his objectives.
Could another objective possibly be to foment enough racial unrest to spill over into the nation at large and justify the imposition of martial law? Remember Rahm Emanual's famous advice to the President: "Never let a crisis go to waste."
And remember the Cook County corollary to that dictum: "If you don't have a crisis, make one!"