Ferguson Riots Continue Amid Increasing Calls to Deport the Entire Town to Africa

Daily Stormer
August 14, 2014

"We b gon du dis rayit til yall craggas b usin dem tegnologies ta brot dat ded nigga ta lyf agun." -Fregusen
“We b gon du dis rayit til yall craggas b usin dem tegnologies ta brot dat ded nigga ta lyf agun.” -Ferguson

Not terribly surprisingly, the blacks of Ferguson are still rioting.

They need to switch the tear gas out for Zyklon B.


President Barack Obama was briefed Wednesday night on the turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri, which began as a day of demonstrations but turned violent as darkness fell. Police said at least 10 people were arrested over the course of the night, police said bottles were thrown at officers, and a police officer was injured by a brick, NBC station KSDK reported.

A Washington Post reporter and another journalist were arrested by police earlier in the day by officers who ordered everyone out a McDonald’s restaurant, an arrest the newspaper’s executive editor called illegal and unjustified. Wesley Lowery said he was slammed into a soda machine and arrested after recording officers. Also arrested was Huffington Post reporter Ryan Reilly.

“That behavior was wholly unwarranted and an assault on the freedom of the press to cover the news,” Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron said in a statement. “After being placed in a holding cell, he was released with no charges and no explanation. He was denied information about the names and badge numbers of those who arrested him. We are relieved that Wesley is going to be OK. We are appalled by the conduct of police officers involved.”

St. Louis Alderman Antonio French was also arrested and charged with unlawful assembly, KSDK reported.

These riots might spread.  The Black Chief keeps inciting these people, and the media backs him up with all of this “unarmed teen” business, implying that the police just shot this young gang member Mike Brown because they hate Black people.

You are just going to have to get used to this, White Man.  It is part of the enrichment experience.