But the head of the executive branch of the United States government did just this when he said those angry over Darren Wilson escaping indictment (performing some legal Houdini act, aided by white supremacy in the eyes of those still clinging irrationally to the false Ferguson narrative of a cop executing the black equivalent of Andre the Giant's character in The Princess Bride) were merely engaging in, “an understandable reaction.”
|Who ordered the National Guard to stand down in Ferguson? The man who pointed out those upset and angry with the grand jury decision were engaging in "an understandable reaction..."|
"An understandable reaction..."
Perhaps President Obama found inspiration in the command of Michael Brown's stepfather encouraging the black mob in Ferguson to, "burn this bitch down!"
Telling some white Quisling (the Quisling as mentioned in Max Brooks novel World War Z, who pretends to be a zombie and ultimately gets eating alive by the horde they march with...) on MSNBC that, "This is St. Louis's race war," Missouri State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadali warned those whites still believing character judgements are the best course of action in pursuing interracial relations.
When, in fact, Chappelle Nadali and her army have already judged you by the color of your skin: if it resembles Darren Wilson, then you are their enemy:
"We didn't have a race war like other cities throughout the U.S. This is our race war."Those other cities as to having a race war transpire go unmentioned, but judging by the condition of Newark, Baltimore, Detroit, and Birmingham (those locations where a one-sided war was waged on the whites who built the very civilization blacks could only envy and watch crumble away once they became in demographic control), St. Louis and Ferguson are headed to a similar in the hands of black political control.
Which brings up the primary question going unanswered as of yet: why was Ferguson allowed to burn last night?
We know firefighters were being shot at by those race warring blacks, in a hilarious reminder the events of American History X have a real-world basis for fact; thus the conflagration of black racial hate toward symbols of white capitalism (structural racism to the enlightened masses at MSNBC and CNN) in Ferguson went up in flames after being thoroughly looted.
But why-oh-why did the National Guard not intervene to provide much needed support to those outgunned police in Ferguson? The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports:
As ruins of about a dozen businesses here smoldered today, an "extremely frustrated" Mayor James Knowles III was asking what happened to onetime plans to shield vulnerable businesses with a protective line of Missouri National Guard members.
"The National Guard was not deployed in enough time to save all our businesses," he said in a press conference just after 2 p.m., calling the delay "deeply disturbing."
Earlier, in an interview, the mayor said: “What should have happened last night? They should have had National Guard troops protecting the hard targets in Ferguson and allowed law enforcement to pursue a very mobile crowd of looters and arsonists. That’s the problem. They (the police) could not secure the commercial districts.”
Knowles added, “I don’t believe we’ve seen the commitment from the state we hoped to get. And knowing that there’s so many people out there who committed a crime, who committed destruction, who aren’t going to be held accountable, because law enforcement was overwhelmed — it makes me concerned for the nights to come.”
St. Louis city officials said they requested 400 Guard troops, which were deployed by Police Chief Sam Dotson to protect government buildings and businesses. They delivered what a mayor's aide said was a good result.
Nixon's office has not responded to requests for comment today, but announced that he will hold a press conference with Guard leaders at 3 p.m. at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, a Republican, said the governor, a Democrat, owes an explanation for an "inexplicable" decision to hold back on Guard help.
He said Knowles called him after being unable to reach Nixon. "How does the governor of Missouri not answer the calls, the pleas, of the mayor on the ground?" Kinder asked.
Earlier today, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson raised the question of whether the Guard plan was changed to add to outside political pressure for him to resign.
"I can't say that for sure; there was a period of time that passed (between the formation of the original plan and pressure for his resignation)," Jackson said. "I can't speak to other people's motives."
He said he was assured weeks ago that Ferguson would get as many Guard soldiers as needed to secure the businesses, so officers could concentrate on police duties, like answering calls for service.
Then, he said, the plan was changed without explanation.
"I thought, 'Holy crap, are we going to have enough people to protect the businesses in our major corridors?' I was assured we'd have plenty of law enforcement to handle those tasks. And we got overwhelmed and overrun."Do we need to even venture a guess as to where the order for the National Guard to stand down came from, ensuring the black insurrectionists in Ferguson had an opportunity to light the flames of race war so many blacks in Missouri seem excited to see ignited?
How about a three word hint...
"An understandable reaction..."
And now those white people remaining in Ferguson and metropolitan St. Louis know how Charlton Heston's character felt in The Omega Man: "Oh my God! It's almost dark. They'll be waking up soon."
And those waking up will be the army Chappelle Nadali hopes to usher in a race war to take not only Ferguson, but all of St. Louis in a similar manner to how Detroit and Birmingham fell.