|The revolution egged on by the Obama Administration and Holder's Department of Justice will be televised|
Jackson called it “irresponsible” for Holder to comment about conclusions Justice Department investigators analyzing his department have made while their investigation is ongoing, especially while “he is telling others to ‘shut up’ about leaks.”The entire Farce of Ferguson has been due to the Justice Department (with Barack Obama's blessing) acting irresponsible; and now, with the fear "All hell may break loose" in the likely-scenario Darren Wilson avoids any charges from the Grand Jury, the true scope of Holder's "irresponsible" actions are about to manifest in an orgy of black violence/insurrectionary activities local authorities prepare to confront. [Ferguson police brace for new protests by spending thousands on riot gear: St Louis County police has spent $172,669 since August on teargas, grenades, pepper balls and other civil disobedience equipment, The Guardian, 10-28-14]
In a city whose tax base has been eroding for years, the soon-to-be 90 percent black city (at 67 percent black now, Ferguson will see a mass exodus of the remaining 28 percent white residents hoping to make some profit on their property), the opening salvos of St. Louis' Negrogeddon have already seen blacks cause damage to Asian-owned stores.
But now, as Holder prepares to cement his true legacy as Attorney General (finally kicking-off that "conversation about race" he wanted nearly six years ago), the coming St. Louis Negrogeddon - all of the metropolitan area prepares to endure - could ensure the Ferguson blacks inherit is nothing more than Section 8 apartment complexes and an abandoned business district. [Ferguson Store Owners: Customers ‘Too Scared’ to Bring Business to the Area, St. Louis CBS, 10-30-14]
Businesses in Ferguson say they are “going to wait and see” how to sustain what has been a tumultuous few months of riots and dramatically reduced revenue, with some local store owners saying customers are “too scared” to bring their business to the area.
Local stores and businesses throughout Ferguson expressed feelings of frustration and uncertainty as many have boarded-up windows, increased security measures and lost thousands of dollars in revenue amid protests stemming from the Aug. 9 police shooting death of Michael Brown. Many businesses said they will just have to wait and see what happens ahead of an expected November ruling on whether or not to indict officer Darren Wilson.
“We’ve lost $200 to $300 in business nightly, people are afraid to pick up in the night, after dark,” said Tammy Cao of the Hunan Chop Suey Chinese Restaurant.
“People are too scared at night … I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.”
She said the store has “paid $1,500 out-of-pocket for window damages” caused by rioters, because the $5,000 insurance deductible “did not add up.”
“I know customers who have left the area … I just want everything to go back to normal and everyone can do business again.”
A return to normalcy is a sentiment echoed by many Ferguson businesses.
Zisser Tire & Auto said the rioters “knocked out 90 percent of our windows, which are still boarded up.”
“We’ve just been trying to go to work, business as usual – nobody wants to take the boards down until we see what happens. It’s more of the not knowing what’s going to happen next.”
Jenny of Don Henefer Jewelers said that although their store has not been directly harmed by the Ferguson protests or rioters, they now “put all the jewelry away at night.”
The Swiish Bar and Grill owners have filed a lawsuit against the state of Missouri, St. Louis County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the cities of Ferguson and Jennings for what they claim is more than $25,000 in lost revenue. Owners Chantelle and Corey Nixon-Clark told KTVI-TV they were forced to close their doors for weeks as a law enforcement command post was set up in the Jennings shopping center amid the riots.
Some store owners said that customer and business fears are a shared experience.
“I feel scared about my business,” Rokhaya Biteye, owner of Daba African Hair Braiding in one of the modest strip malls that line West Florissant, told Reuters.
She said profits have evaporated to almost nothing since the shooting. In weeks prior, she generally pulled in about $800, but is now bringing in less than $100 each week.
“I don’t think it will work anymore,” she said, adding that she has no insurance.
Charles of Ferguson Burger Bar & More said that he has resolved not to make any added security provisions to the store because of his faith in a higher power.
“I’m going to leave it up to the man I put in charge originally, I’m going to leave it up to God,” he said. “I’m not boarding up, I’m not closing.”"Going to leave it up to God..."
The Christians trying to defend Constantinople from the Muslim hordes believed their city was to be protected by God as well: we call the city Istanbul now.
The Obama Administration, Holder's Department of Justice and the State of Missouri have already declared whose side they represent: Al Sharpton is, after all, is a "key advisor" to President Obama on all matters Ferguson.
Meanwhile, the St. Louis County grand jury is nothing more than an entity whose impending announcement puts them on an island of absolute certainty: Negrogeddon is coming to not just Ferguson, but the entire metropolitan St. Louis.
And this will be Barack Obama and Eric Holder's great legacy: the agitation of a racial crusade against law, order, and the white people of Ferguson and metro St. Louis.