A Brief Thought About Michael Brown and Ferguson

After thinking about the sad and destructive events in Ferguson, this is a very brief summary of my thoughts. A more in-depth post will follow shortly.

This fiasco about Brown and the Ferguson riots, looting, and arson is first, blown way out if proportion, and secondly, undeserving of the infamous claim it’s all about civil rights. It’s really about racial hatred, about lawlessness, civil unrest, contempt for law enforcement, and about a subculture of civil war brewing within a society of uneducated, racist morons who prefer to threaten society with terror, violence and death if they don’t get what they want instead of working together as citizens of the United States for a peaceful, thriving nation. If all those white-haters put as much effort into productive activities as they do plunging communities into anarchy, there wouldn’t be a race relations problem. Instead, we’d be a strong nation dedicated to the ideals of our forefathers and admired by the rest of the free world. As it stands now, our nation is in turmoil, on the brink of civil war, and feverishly fighting the sickness that has consumed the lower forty-eight.”


About thomlucci

Disabled Veteran from Vietnam era, 2nd generation Italian-American, conservative, born in PA, raised mostly in Europe. Graduated from high school in France in 1966. Former print journalist, professional photographer. Love animals: dogs, cats, horses, mostly. Current Opinions of News is a blog where I vent my frustrations with Democrats, crime, social issues, and so on.
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One Response to A Brief Thought About Michael Brown and Ferguson

  1. Bullright says:

    Very true, it is not at all about what they claim. In fact everything they claim is a lie. That town should become a verb that stands for damaging a town beyond repair. But a symbol of civil rights? That’s a lie.


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