|The symbol of the black insurrection in Ferguson will now become a training center for those destined with controlling the all-black future of the city... nearly 100 percent white in 1970, Ferguson will be nearly 100 percent black by 2020|
The Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis plans to build a center on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, where a charred QuikTrip now sits, allowing the organization to expand its job training and education efforts.
A press conference is set for Monday afternoon to announce details, which the Urban League would not provide today.
In a notice to media on Friday, the Urban League said the announcement will be "an important extension of its services in North County to further the League’s mission of empowering communities and changing lives."
The center will "expand the Urban League’s work to broaden access to education/job training, employment and economic self-reliance for residents of the St. Louis metro area," the news release states.
A source involved in the negotiations said QuikTrip will tear down the remains of the store, looted and burned on Aug. 10, the day after Michael Brown was fatally shot by a Ferguson police officer. The convenience store chain also will remove the underground gas tanks. Several donors will provide funding for the Urban League to build a "community empowerment center" on the site, which became ground zero for protests after the Brown shooting.
QuikTrip and the Urban League have been in negotiations for several months to put a center on the site of the burned convenience store, at 9420 West Florissant Avenue, a source said.
The new center will house the newly implemented Save Our Sons program, which landed $1.2 million in donations from St. Louis area companies in the wake of the unrest in Ferguson. The goal is to take 500 young men, jobless or underemployed, from north St. Louis County and give them a month’s training in how to land a job, keep it and get promoted. From there, the men will be matched with a job at a local company. Putting 500 men through the program is expected to take several years.The Urban League, which announced the program in January, came up with the idea after talking with young, unemployed men.
Jobs have long been discussed as the solution to getting young men off the streets and out of trouble. The unemployment rate for black men in St. Louis County has run at triple the rate for whites. From 2011 to 2013, black joblessness averaged 17 percent against 5.8 percent for whites, according to the Census Bureau.The symbolism of the Urban League building a center on the very land the QuikTrip once stood amounts to a stunning declaration of victory over the once all-white city of Ferguson and its conquest in the name of Africa. One black leader (back in August of 2014) dubbed the burnt-out QuikTrip in Ferguson the "Tahrir Square, their Tiananmen Square" for the growing insurrection.
|The official phrase of the black insurrection in Ferguson: will they be immortalized in the new Urban League building going up on the same site as the soon-to-be-demolished QuikTrip?|
Fitting now it becomes the staging-ground for the total conquest of Ferguson via educating younger black males/females to becomes the leaders for the future all-black city. A victory over white oppression, white privilege, and white supremacy was won on this spot of land, where a symbol of the white capitalist system once stood before it was set on fire in the revolutionary zeal of August 2014! Viva Michael Brown! [The QuikTrip gas station, Ferguson protesters’ staging ground, is now silent, Washington Post, 8-19-15]:
FERGUSON, Mo. — The red and white gas station at the corner of West Florissant Avenue and Northwinds Estates Drive was the victim of a rumor.
On Sunday, there was a false report that employees of the gas station had called 911 to report that Michael Brown, whose fatal shooting by police 11 days ago precipitated the crisis in the city, had robbed the place. Enraged protesters burned the gas station to the ground.
Destroyed, it sat unattended for days, emerging as the depressing backdrop for cable news live reports — a sign of the chaos and destruction that engulfs the streets of Ferguson after each nightfall.
There has not been any single location more central to the unrest in Ferguson as the looted service station.
But then, on Thursday afternoon, it was transformed as a group of hundreds of protesters decided it would be their staging ground.
“This is our place. This is what we’ve got,” Maria Chappelle-Nadal, a state senator who has been central in staging many of the daytime protests, said during an interview outside of the QuikTrip this week. This was their Tahrir Square, their Tiananmen Square. The place each night where they would make their stand.
“These people have no other place, so they’ve made it their own,” said Chappelle-Nadal.Chappelle-Nadal is the same Missouri State Senator who tweeted out a racial warning to those whites unprepared for what living in a black-run city (where black elected and appointed officials control the government) will mean... simply put, the implementation of black privilege and persecution of whites. Her tweet read:
“LET ME BE CLEAR: When you exercise your #WhitePrivilege, don’t think I’m not going to remember. I will use it for the future. Uncomfortable?”Those remaining white homeowners in Ferguson who still believe the future of the city will see property values rebound need to sell their homes now. Black political power means the complete annihilation of your property value (the immediate erosion of equity in your home a reflection of the terrible reality of the Visible Black Hand of Economics), if the history of North St. Louis cities falling to black demographic majorities is any indicator.
The Urban League exists to 'empower' black people and they've chosen to build their headquarters on the very spot in Ferguson where the black insurrectionaries were "empowered" in mid-August 2014...
It's time white people abandon Ferguson; your city leaders have all but abandoned you in failing to fight the shockingly absurd charges brought forth by a vengeful Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Rights Division.
Let them celebrate the razing of the QuikTrip and the erection of an Urban League building, for Ferguson is nothing more than the Waterloo of the American Dream and the reality white people are now entering the 'American Nightmare.'
One day, we will wake up.