Of course, the reason we call this a point-and-splutter attack is that there's no attempt to refute any points we've made. Obama's speech supported the rioters 'point of view—he just wanted them avoid burning shops and making him look bad. However, he's for de-policing, and apparently wanted Darren Wilson indicted.SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Monday 12/01/2014, 4:09pmWhite nationalist commentator Peter Brimelow, the editor of VDARE, joined Steve Deace last week to discuss the reaction to a grand jury’s decision not to indict a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer in the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. Deace told Brimelow that he thought President Obama — who opened his remarks on the grand jury decision by urging protesters to act “peacefully” — had not done enough to prevent violence and looting in Ferguson, and that the president should “have gone down to Ferguson and led peaceful marches and marched with the family and preempted the thuggery we saw on display last night.”But Brimelow disagreed. “Actually, you know, I think the criminality in the American underclass is so great that nothing other than force can stop it, frankly speaking,” he said, arguing that President Obama should instead have sent the National Guard into Ferguson.“The problem is that they’re fundamentally on the side of the rioters,” he said of the Obama administration. “We’re in a very bad situation here, you know, a lot of people in the federal government are fundamentally anti-American.”Brimelow responded to the first protests in Ferguson this summer by favorably quoting white supremacist Jared Taylor who called the protests an attack on “our basic European institutions” as “Africa and other parts of the Third World expand in our midst.”
In the meantime, Obama's Justice Department is still living in the hope of a double jeopardy prosecution of Wilson, which is the kind of Third World "justice" that Jared Tayor was concerned about.However, this RightWingWatch item isn't the worst of its kind I've seen. All the quotes seem to be right, and there are live links to us, so people can see for themselves. All in all, except for making no sense, a fairly professional job. It ought to be—PFAW's income is over five million dollars a year.That's why we need your donations—the huge amounts of money the other side gets. Go here to donate, and thank you!
we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury’s to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It’s an understandable reaction. But I join Michael’s parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully. Let me repeat Michael’s father’s words: “Hurting others or destroying property is not the answer. No matter what the grand jury decides, I do not want my son’s death to be in vain. I want it to lead to incredible change, positive change, change that makes the St. Louis region better for everyone.” Michael Brown’s parents have lost more than anyone. We should be honoring their wishes.[On the other hand, Brown's stepfather Louis Head, was, as Obama was speaking, shouting “Burn this motherf***** down. Burn this b**** down,” and the rioters chose to respect his wishes.]
I also appeal to the law enforcement officials in Ferguson and the region to show care and restraint in managing peaceful protests that may occur. Understand, our police officers put their lives on the line for us every single day. They’ve got a tough job to do to maintain public safety and hold accountable those who break the law. As they do their jobs in the coming days, they need to work with the community, not against the community, to distinguish the handful of people who may use the grand jury’s decision as an excuse for violence — distinguish them from the vast majority who just want their voices heard around legitimate issues in terms of how communities and law enforcement interact.Remarks by the President After Announcement of the Decision by the Grand Jury in Ferguson, Missouri, November 24, 2014