This Month Marks Three Years Since the World Lost One of It’s Greatest Heroes

111     He was a good boy, a true asset to humanity.

Time marches on and wounds heal but sometimes when we lose someone who contributes so much to our society to make it better the scars run deep and can never fully heal. Let us mark this tragic anniversary of the loss of one of the truly great philosophers and thinkers of our time: Michael Brown.

FERGUSON, Mo. — Canfield Drive is the kind of winding, tree-lined street that feels safe to walk in the middle of — especially on a hot summer day.

Yeah somehow I doubt that.

Only the discreet bronze plaque in the sidewalk signifies that this quiet block is where, just before noon on a similarly steamy Saturday in August 2014, a white police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, leaving his bleeding corpse to lie on the hot pavement for four hours.

I’m pretty sure it’s not the job of the officer who shot him to drag his sizable corpse from the crime scene.

The plaque bears a copy of the picture that was widely shared in the media, of 18-year-old Michael Brown in his cap and gown on graduation day, and reads in part: “I would like the memory of Michael Brown to be a happy one. He left an afterglow of smiles when he was done.”

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In the telling and retelling of the story of Brown, whose last minutes have been analyzed and disputed endlessly (did he have his hands up when he was shot? What happened in the convenience store just before he was stopped?) those four hours have taken on enormous symbolic significance.

Actually, there’s not much to dispute. No, he didn’t have his hands up. What was he doing at the convenience store? Robbing it.

As the anniversary approached, Yahoo News went to Ferguson to find out how Brown’s death has changed the city and the people involved in it…..

Well considering it’s still full of niggers, I’d venture to guess it hasn’t changed much.

What we found was a city still traumatized by its turn in the national spotlight, but hopeful that new police leadership will heal its wounds — and a nation that has reluctantly been forced to come to grips with a problem it thought had been resolved a half-century ago.

Resolved half a century ago? Who the hell thinks that? Our problem is you can’t have a high trust civilized society and niggers. It’s this raw truth that everyone spends all of their time running around trying to avoid coming to grips with.

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There were dozens of witnesses to the fatal encounter between Darren Wilson and Michael Brown. But the one who is credited, for better or worse, with spreading the account that quickly garnered so much outrage was Brown’s friend, Dorian Johnson, who told various media outlets that Brown was on the ground with his hands in the air when Wilson fired.

Brown had just robbed a convenience store. I think the word “accomplice” is probably more suitable.

222Looks like a totally credible witness to me. 

As the investigation proceeded to unfold, Johnson’s version of events would be picked apart, contradicted and eventually deemed unreliable.

The only answer could be racism!

But by then, “Hands up, don’t shoot!” had already become a rallying cry for Brown supporters and protesters of police violence nationwide.

Yeah well chimp outs aren’t usually founded on a well thought out examination of the evidence.

“It’s like they got a playbook,” said Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Brown’s parents, who has represented the families of several other police shooting victims.

In case after case, Crump said, he’s watched as police first try to “sweep it under the rug” by saying the investigation is ongoing. “Then when that doesn’t happen … they start leaking information out piecemeal to try to frame the narrative against the dead person, as if they caused their own death.”

He robbed a convenience store and then got killed when he tried to take a cop’s gun from him. So yeah I think it’s pretty safe to say he caused his own death.

Crump said he thinks the release of the tape, (showing Brown robbing the convenience store) viewed by many in town as an attempt to “assassinate [Brown’s] character after they assassinated him,” was crucial to fueling the weeks of protests that followed.

“It’s like the ultimate disrespect,” he said.

Dey done disrespect dat boy.

333He was taken from us too soon. 

The Ferguson story riveted the nation for weeks. Night after night, what seemed to start as peaceful protests quickly devolved into riots, leaving windows smashed, businesses looted and police cars destroyed. Not far from where Brown was shot, a gas station was set on fire.

White people do peaceful protests. Niggers do chimp outs. Since these so called protests were nigcentric, the outcome shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone.

The initial outrage over the shooting itself continued to grow over the city’s lack of transparency around the investigation, as well as the increasingly militarized police presence.

As opposed to what? They were supposed to stand by while the niggers burned the town down? The only problem with the militarized presence was that it was a bluff. If they would have actually taken action and started clearing the streets of these monkeys things would have settled down right away. Instead the niggers all figured out quickly that it was a bluff and dem cops and soldiers weren’t gonna do nuffin. So what can we take away from this? There are several keen points.

  1. If a chimp out breaks loose, it doesn’t matter if they call out the National Guard or not, they’re just bluffing and the niggers know it. Thus, if a chimp out breaks out in an area nearby, you can count on the fact that you’re on your own.
  2. Trying to explain things like evidence and the rule of law to niggers is beyond a simple waste of time. They are genetically incapable of grasping the concept.
  3. With point number 1 and 2 in mind, the idea that you are going to get some sort of fair hearing in a court of law to tell your side of the story if you are forced to defend yourself from one of these pavement apes is foolhardy at best. If there are groids burning buildings down, the evidence doesn’t matter you will be thrown under the bus.

So what can you do? First of all prevention is the best medicine. In this case, do your best to avoid areas where you know blacks will be present. If you live in a black area, move. If you unexpectedly find yourself surrounded by pavement apes, leave as quickly as safely possible. If for some reason you have to use deadly force in defending yourself, leave and keep your mouth shut. Blacks kill each other all of the time and nobody gives a shit. If you’re fortunate it will be chalked up to another unexplained shooting and quickly disappear. This is what makes the whole “Black Lives Matter” thing such a joke. The only time black lives matter is if it can be used against white people. As long as it’s niggers killing niggers, nobody could care less. It’s a white person’s nature to think you should stick around and give your side of the story to the police. This is foolish and naive. You are a white person who just shot a good boy who didn’t do nothing and was on his way to his grandma’s house after attending church. That is the story that will probably be told anyway. Leave, and if you think you were seen and can be tracked down, get a lawyer and keep your mouth shut. Look at this Michael Brown case. The evidence is as clear as day that he was a gang member, robbed a convenience store and tried to attack a cop and got shot and yet the narrative still remains: “Hands up don’t shoot”. It’s not fair but it is reality. Sadly this is where we are at now.

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