It was in late November 2014 when five black members of the St. Louis Rams emerged from the locker room with their hands up, showing their solidarity with the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" movement.
The National Football League (NFL) decided not to suspend the players, whose unity with black anarchists holding numerous American cities hostage drew far less concern from league offices than a deflated football.
Thankfully Jeff Roorda, the unflappable St. Louis Police Officers Association business manager, didn't find this seditious act one to take lightly:
"St. Louis, Missouri (November 30, 2014) – The St. Louis Police Officers Association is profoundly disappointed with the members of the St. Louis Rams football team who chose to ignore the mountains of evidence released from the St. Louis County Grand Jury this week and engage in a display that police officers around the nation found tasteless, offensive and inflammatory.
"Five members of the Rams entered the field today exhibiting the "hands-up-don't-shoot" pose that has been adopted by protestors who accused Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson of murdering Michael Brown.
The gesture has become synonymous with assertions that Michael Brown was innocent of any wrongdoing and attempting to surrender peacefully when Wilson, according to some now-discredited witnesses, gunned him down in cold blood.
"SLPOA Business Manager Jeff Roorda said, "now that the evidence is in and Officer Wilson's account has been verified by physical and ballistic evidence as well as eye-witness testimony, which led the grand jury to conclude that no probable cause existed that Wilson engaged in any wrongdoing, it is unthinkable that hometown athletes would so publicly perpetuate a narrative that has been disproven over-and-over again."Many, many people besides those five black members of St. Louis Rams have decided to damn the facts surrounding the August 9 attack on Officer Darren Wilson by Michael Brown (in which Brown tried to kill Wilson) and accept a false-narrative more in line with their hatred of white people and western civilization.
You could show these people raw video footage of Brown attacking Wilson in his police cruiser and charging at him (if time travel were possible, you could even offer to transport them to Canfield Drive in Ferguson to the fateful day so they could be a silent witness to Brown's attack on Wilson), but still these would be insufficient evidence to change their mind.
Well, those accepting the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" fabrication have birthed a monster they may very well end up wishing had never been born, for this Frankenstein won't voluntarily build a funeral pyre in the mountains when it has accomplished its goal.
It would be unwise to stand in the way of movement now actively working to remove sympathy from the state and alienate police officers who dare put their life on the line to defend it: for the state still is Black Run-America (BRA), but in a powerful paradox, we must see the current hatred for those sworn to serve and protect an ally in our quest to see the end of this unholy paradigm.
|The lies propelling the Black Lives Matter movement could very well be the fuel finally burning away white guilt... forever|
And so it's come to this. [Cardinals Mascot Comes Under Fire For Holding ‘Police Lives Matter’ Sign, CBS St. Louis, 5-25-15]:
A photo of St. Louis Cardinals mascot Fredbird holding a “police lives matter” sign was posted to a police association Facebook page before the team asked that it be taken down.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports sports website Deadspin took aim at the mascot last week after the photo was posted to the St. Louis Police Officers Association Facebook page.
Cardinals spokesman Ron Watermon says the photo was taken at Busch Stadium after a couple asked Fredbird for a photo. Watermon says Fredbird didn’t know what was on the sign and when the team learned it was on the association website, the team asked for the photo to come down.
“A man and a woman stopped Fredbird to request a quick photograph. While the man was taking the picture, the woman standing next to Fredbird asked him to hold up the sign. Fredbird was unaware of the content of the sign,” Watermon explained to the Post-Dispatch.
He continued, “On Monday, the photograph was posted to the Facebook page of St. Louis Police Officers Association with the woman cropped out of the image.
“When the Cardinals became aware of the photograph on Tuesday, we asked our friends at the police association to take it down, and they graciously accommodated our request.”
“Black lives matter” and “Police lives matter” were used on social media after the shooting death of Michael Brown.So the writers/editors of Deadspin believe anyone who holds up a sign stating "Police Lives Matter" is an avuncular racist? The white dweebs at Deadspin who write quasi-homoerotic articles lauding black athletes would be the first to cry out for police protection if one of their beloved pets who never made it as a professional athlete robbed them, and it's my hope the police would simply respond "no."
We move closer and closer to a world where the lessons discussed in the fictional classroom of Mr. Dubois lesson of History and Moral Philosophy become a reality.
Our job was always to survive, not to change an ideology heading full-speed ahead directly in the path of an iceberg. This time, the ship won't have a band to play while it sinks to the bottom of the ocean, but the captain will proudly play Michael Brown's raps over the loud speaker until the rising water shorts the circuits out.