Ferguson residents are ‘Ready for War’ over the decision not to indict Officer Wilson

Posted by on November 25, 2014
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Source: NBC News

Source: NBC News

As we all know by now, late Monday evening the grand jury decided not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. This as expected and planned, sparked mass rioting and looting throughout the city of Ferguson deep into the night.

Many small business owners watched as their buildings and incomes went up in flames all at the hands of those who cannot comprehend nor want to accept the evidence presented. These race-baiting, tension escalating, and self-described law experts such as Al Sharpton and President Obama certainly do not help the situation with their recent remarks either.

What happened in Ferguson last night is appalling and unacceptable, but it’s because of the attitude and self-consciously absorbed victim card of those who are not after justice for anyone, but only to stir violence that is to blame.

Those “protesters” who were seeking justice in this case only wanted their justice. They were only after the answers they wanted, not necessarily the right ones. It certainly appears the facts do not matter in this case to them. Check out a map of a few businesses they decided to torch:

Source: KSDK NewsChannel 5

Source: KSDK NewsChannel 5

Here are a few messages from one resident who has been ready for war for months reported via St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Paul Hampel:

Too much chaos occurred last night after a late announcement of this decision, but it seems that no amount of preparedness or lack thereof was enough to stop or help limit the amount of destruction that was done to a small town. Gov. Jay Nixon did not order the National Guard to Ferguson until Tuesday and the Ferguson Police Department was ordered to stand down for the most part. All of this while a small town went up in flames and people lost their livelihoods and watched their businesses burn to the ground.

Even Michael Brown’s step-father wanted people to burn buildings down. Watch the video here, with the “burn this b*tch down” chant coming at around the 3:00 mark:

CNN reports: Activists are set to rally Tuesday in more than 115 cities in the United States, speaking out in support of Brown’s family and accusations about police violence and racial injustice — rooted in the fact that Brown was black and Wilson is white. And their calls will likely be loudest in and around Ferguson, a city unknown to many worldwide more than three months ago, but which is now ground zero in this debate.

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar said he heard more than 100 gun shots fired by unknown people on Monday evening.

What we saw tonight was much worse than what we saw any night in August.

A very sad time in our nation. This is a time for prayers. Prayers for an entire community as they remain at ground zero for violence and ignorance.

Pray for Ferguson. Pray for America.

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J Craig

Editor-in-Chief at ANM News
J Craig is the founder & Editor-in-chief of ANM News. He is a passionate, patriotic citizen who believes in individual liberty, fiscal conservatism, personal responsibility, and limited government. J is also a contributor for Examiner.com and The Liberty Eagle.

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