If rioting in Ferguson, Missouri had anything to do with the killing of a 'thuggish' spoiled bully, perhaps someone can explain how destroying other people's property is connected to some freakish form of 'grieving process' claimed exclusively by America's disenchanted black American communities.
Black American kids are senselessly murdered on a daily basis in places like Chicago, and yet seldom will you see equivalent violence such as that witnessed this past week in Ferguson. If any actual arrests were made for these belligerent displays of uncivilized behavior, chances are favorably high that the troublemakers are recipients of some form of government hand-out. In a sane world, these criminals would be stripped of any such gratuitous compensations, and rightfully banned from ever qualifying for the 'fruits of another man's labor.'
Unfortunately, in this freakish world created by weak-kneed Liberals, in which we are all forced to co-exist, violent behavior is somehow interpreted as a "right" by those conditioned to receiving a regular supply of 'free stuff.' And let not one person, lighter than a brown paper bag suggest otherwise, or risk being labeled 'a racist' by people such as Eric Holder and Barack Obama. In the fantasy world where they live, blame is always pinned to others, for all their brother's problems, and never accept responsibility for actions, or in-actions of what they themselves created.
The following words were skillfully written in 1997 by Lynne Namka, to describe, basically 'spoiled-brat-kids,' (my words) but see if they do not make total sense when applying them to the individuals we are watching busting up, and looting property in Ferguson.
Everywhere you see the word 'children or child' substitute with 'PARASITES RECEIVING UNDESERVED GOVERNMENT HAND-OUTS,' and it makes so much more sense when applied to the Liberals chickens coming home to roost in Ferguson.
"Children who are habitually angry typically suffer from skill deficits. They have missed learning some of the basic skills in getting along with others. They misinterpret social situations that are ambiguous and respond with aggressive behavior. They have a set of beliefs that emphasize retaliation. They may erroneously believe that self righteous expression of anger is healthy. Habitually angry children have not learned to put themselves in others' shoes and see things from other people's perspective. They have not learned the skill of consequential thinking. They do not know how to break into their rigid thinking and cannot stop making judgments about others.
They have strong "shoulds" for others and get upset when others do not follow their wishes. They blame others for their problems and do not take responsibility for their own actions. They cannot allow themselves to see that they are at fault for some of their problems. Individuals who get upset daily over many small things have a one-response perspective on life.
Their belief is that "I want what I want when I want it and can do whatever it takes to get it!"
I have the right to get angry over every little thing. It is right for me to be angry and express it any way that I want.
"I have a right to have it my way."
They have destructive entitlement beliefs that keep them convinced that others must conform to their wishes.
They believe that the world "owes them" because they are "special."
Since the world rarely goes the way they want, they are continually disappointed and become more angry.
Their negative self talk convinces them that it is horrible when things do not happen the way that they want it to be."*