Ferguson Community Unified in Support of Michael Brown Jr. Will Not be Obeying Racist Police “SUNDOWN” Request!

Two Americas:  Whats’ the difference? 1. APRIL 2014 NEVADA tea-party-racist-eric-parker-who-lives-in-central-idaho-aims-his-weapon-from-a-bridge-as-protesters-gather-by-the-bureau-of-land-managements-base-camp-in-bunkerville-nevada-jim-urq Protester Eric Parker from central Idaho aims his weapon from a bridge next to the Bureau of Land Management’s base camp where seized cattle, that belonged to rancher Cliven Bundy, are being held at near Bunkerville, Nevada April 12, 2014. U.S. officials ended a stand-off with hundreds of armed protesters in the Nevada desert on Saturday, calling off the government’s roundup of cattle it said were illegally grazing on federal land and giving about 300 animals back to rancher Bundy who owned them. (REUTERS/Jim Urquhart) Image: A protester aims his weapon from a bridge next to the Bureau of Land Management's base camp where seized cattle, that belonged to rancher Cliven Bundy, are being held at near Bunkerville Tea Party racist-Eric Parker, who lives in central Idaho, aims his weapon This image is so disturbing! It clearly shows the depth of white privilege in this photo. 0 A sundown town is a town, city, or neighborhood in the US that was purposely all-white. The term came from signs that were posted stating that people of color had to leave the town by sundown. They are also sometimes known as “sunset towns” or “gray towns”.[1]


In some communities, signs were placed at the town’s borders with statements similar to the one posted in Hawthorne, California, which read “Nigger, Don’t Let The Sun Set On YOU In Hawthorne” in the 1930s.[2] James W. Loewen, the Washington, D.C.-based author, told The Washington Post in 2006 he found reports of thousands of such places, and sometimes, the sign makers tried to get clever. “Some came in a series, like the old Burma Shave signs, saying, ” . . . If You Can Read . . . You’d Better Run . . . If You Can’t Read . . . You’d Better Run Anyway.”[3]

Bu9CKmICAAAUuVd Peaceful protesters in Ferguson August 13, 2014 Who is issuing orders for the Ferguson PD and swat teams to intimidate and fire tear gas on peaceful protesters?

This entry was posted in Civil Rights, Democracy, Justice, Media, Racial Bias, Racial Profiling, Racism, Terrorism and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

120 Responses to Ferguson Community Unified in Support of Michael Brown Jr. Will Not be Obeying Racist Police “SUNDOWN” Request!

  1. rikyrah says:

    lGiordano @AlGiordano

    Woke up today to no tear gas, no snipers, no one arresting me for journalism like in #Ferguson. But I live in a civilized land: Mexico.

    • Ametia says:

      There you go!


  2. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Matt Pearce @mattdpearce
    Myia, in her nurse’s uniform, and Ivory. Hit with rubber bullets and tear gas for trying to pick up Ivory’s kids.

  3. rikyrah says:

    Remember those open carry assholes who thought they were gonna march through the Black neighborhood down in Texas?

    An update

    The community doesn’t want them there so local community activists met with the Open Carry people yesterday.

    “I’m going to tell you something homie, this is Fifth Ward, you ain’t coming in here running nothing,” community activist Quanell X said while flanked by members of the New Black Panther Party, who were holding assault rifles.

    “You’re coming into the Fifth Ward and to the black community as insurgents,” said Krystal Muhammad, with the New Black Panther Party.

    “I beg your pardon?” said David Amad, with Open Carry Texas.

    “You are insurgents,” said Muhammad.


  4. Liza says:

    Well, if Anonymous released this then it’s probably correct. They’ve been working on this for days.

    • Ametia says:

      And there you have it. What’s happening in Ferguson with the predominately WHITE PD attacking POC is no different from Israel’s assault on Gaza and the Palestinians(POC)

  5. rikyrah says:

    cheerio grrrl @cheeriogrrrl

    Now that we’ve met the #Ferguson #Police Dept, does anyone believe the officer politely asked Michael & his friend to move to the sidewalk?
    11:21 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  6. BREAKING: St. Louis County Police to be Relieved of Duty

  7. I searched the fb page and can’t find it.

    • yahtzeebutterfly says:

      Retweeted by Matt Pearce
      St. Louis County PD @stlcountypd · 43m
      @TheAnonMessage Bryan Willman is not even an officer with Ferguson or St. Louis County PD. Do not release more info on this random citizen.

  8. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    I posted a Youtube video but this other link came up (a gravatar) . Please erase the gravatar link. Thanks!

  9. rikyrah says:

    How comes this didn’t come from the Senator of Missouri?

    Elizabeth Warren ✔ @elizabethforma

    This is America, not a war zone. The people of #Ferguson just want answers. We all want answers.
    8:04 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  10. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Antonio French
    Ward 21 Alderman

    Alderman Antonio D. French is serving his first term as the Alderman of the 21st Ward, representing parts of the neighborhoods of The Greater Ville, Kingsway East, Mark Twain, Penrose, and O’Fallon, where he was born and raised. Prior to becoming Alderman he served the 21st Ward as the Democratic Committeeman and managed numerous winning political campaigns as the president of his own consulting firm.

    During his time on the Board, French, one of the youngest city aldermen, has earned a reputation for passionately serving his ward and creating new initiatives to improve the quality of life in north St. Louis. In 2010, the Riverfront Times named him “Best Local Politician”.

    Last year, his “Block by Block” partnership with the non-profit Rebuilding Together and Boeing resulted in the rehab of more than 50 homes for seniors and disadvantaged homeowners.

    His partnership with the Sheldon Concert Hall has led to two successful summer jazz concert series in O’Fallon Park, helping to revitalize that beautiful public park.

    In cooperation with the St. Louis Police Department, he created “safe zones” for hundreds of children in north St. Louis to trick or treat on Halloween night.

    On the Board of Alderman he serves on the following committees: Neighborhood Development; Parks and Environment; Public Utilities; Transportation and Commerce; Ways and Means; and he serves as the Vice Chair of the Committee on Convention, Tourism, Arts & Humanities. Last year he passed a bill creating a public arts trust fund in the city. He is a member of the African American Aldermanic Caucus.


  11. rikyrah says:

    Antonio French is free…and yet, nobody can explain why he was arrested.

    Uh huh

    Uh huh



    FERGUSON • St. Louis Alderman Antonio French emerged Thursday morning from a night in jail after his arrest at the Ferguson protests to say that the police officers’ “heavy-handed” approach on the streets is making the situation worse.

    French said he has no documentation that says why he was arrested, and that he was released about 7 a.m. today without having to post any bail.

    No police spokesman was available to explain why French was arrested.

    French said he should never have been locked up, nor should the dozen or so others at the jail overnight.

    “Inside that jail is nothing but peacekeepers,” he said. “They rounded up the wrong people … reverends, young people organizing the peace effort.”

    Police arrested about a dozen people Wednesday night, including French and two national reporters. Police used tear gas and sonic cannons to disperse the crowds. Today, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is scheduled to visit Ferguson in the wake of the growing protests.

  12. rikyrah says:

    Matthew A. Cherry @MatthewACherry

    Mike Brown was the first homicide in #Ferguson this year. Think about that.
    12:30 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  13. rikyrah says:

    From DON over at TOD:

    August 14, 2014 at 9:07 am

    I’ve got a lot of rage this morning, black boys and black men are being executed in the streets of America and some people act as though this shit is normal. I can tolerate the injustice of what happened in Ferguson, but I cannot tolerate the indignity of what happened in Ferguson. A black boy was executed and we are supposed to act sane, when have we not acted sane? When have we not acted sane in the face of an execution that has happened to black men for centuries here in America? When are we going to stop being executed? I don’t want to hear nothing about holding hands and singing songs, I don’t want to hear nothing about people coming together and talking. We don’t need to come together as a community and try to pray this shit away. The only thing we need is to have our black boys and black men not shot down like animals, can you please stop killing us.

  14. rikyrah says:

    Gov. Nixon is so fucking done. His political career is over, so he might as well do the right thing by the citizens of Ferguson.

  15. Ametia says:

    Good Morning, Everyone! Thanks for all the support for Michael Brown Jr, his family and the Ferguson community.

    Keep it up with the Tweets! We demand the release of the cop who murdered Michael Brown Jr Saturday in Broad daylight, and he be jailed and trialed.

  16. rikyrah says:

    Two Americas: Ferguson, Missouri Versus the Bundy Ranch, Nevada

    Bob Cesca on August 14, 2014

    As we noted yesterday, we can’t help but to contrast law enforcement’s reaction to protesters in Ferguson, Missouri versus law enforcement’s reaction during the Bundy Ranch fiasco.

    1) The Bundy Ranch: On one hand, a large group of armed white men marched in a line of battle while at least one civilian rifleman in a sniper’s perch trained his weapon at Bureau of Land Management officials. In reaction, the government didn’t fire a single round or canister of tear gas, and eventually retreated, conceding the disputed ground to the Bundy militias. It’s important to note that the protesters turned out in support of a man who refused to pay his taxes and grazed his cattle without paying the accompanying fees. This man, Cliven Bundy, and his supporters threatened secession and armed revolt against the United States goverment.

    2) Ferguson, Missouri: On the other hand, unarmed African American protesters in Ferguson, enraged and grieving from the death of an (again) unarmed black man named Michael Brown who was shot in the back by a police officer, have been confronted for several days now by police in full military regalia. This time, the rifleman in the sniper’s perch is a police officer — his scope trained on the protesters.

    In Ferguson, law enforcement is vastly overreacting in the face of peaceful protesters, while at the Bundy Ranch, law enforcement vastly underreacted in the face of armed secessionists and scofflaws.

    What’s wrong with this picture? Better yet, what’s wrong with the following pictures?


  17. rikyrah says:

    Joe Madison – “The Black Eagle”
    Missouri- I’m calling for a non-violent visual protest in support of
    justice for Michael Brown. When faced with adversity, put your hands in
    the air and record what is happening with your cell phone.

    To stand in solidarity with, Michael Brown, do it now, and post your picture on our Facebook.


  18. rikyrah says:

    I think Anon just released the name of the murdering cop. Waiting for confirmation.

  19. rikyrah says:

    There’s a police coup going on right now in Ferguson, Mo.

    The tear gas was practically still in the air in the fall of 1968 when the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence — yes, that was a thing — formed a working group to probe the civil disorder that had just occurred at that year’s Democratic National Convention in Chicago. It was there, some will recall, that police in baby blue helmets clubbed and dragged bloodied anti-war protesters through the streets, while TV viewers looked on and crowds chanted, “The whole world is watching.” To describe the incomprehensible scenes, the so-called Walker Commission coined a new term. They called it a “police riot.”

    There’s been no police riot in Ferguson, Mo. — not yet anyway (and hopefully never). But what is happening in the working class suburb just outside of St. Louis is, in some ways, far worse. A tense situation in the aftermath of Saturday’s fatal shooting by a police officer of an unarmed college-bound 18-year-old named Mike Brown has been made much more tense, night after night, by brutal, bone-headed policing that makes one wonder if Birmingham’s brutal Bull Connor has been re-animated.

    I thought I was losing my capacity to be shocked — but events in Missouri over just the last couple of hours have crossed a frightening line, one that makes me pray that this assault on fundamental American values is just the aberration of one rudderless Heartland community, and not the first symptoms of nation gone mad with high-tech weaponry to keep its own citizens in line.

    This afternoon, several hundred citizens who gathered on a public street, in broad daylight, to air their grievances over Brown’s killing were met with a massive SWAT team, an armored personnel carrier, and men in camouflage pointing heavy artillery at the crowd. Two prominent credentialed journalists who tried to report on the event were arrested for a time, and there was a report that a state senator who questioned authorities about tear gas earlier was also in custody. All this as authorities continue to cover up the most basic information about what happened on the night Mike Brown was murdered.

    Read more at http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/attytood/Theres-a-police-coup-right-now-n-Ferguson-Mo-.html#h6zy4AzoTIGDswZl.99

  20. rikyrah says:

    Allan Brauer @allanbrauer

    .@GovJayNixon If you’re worried about the political fallout for taking definitive action in #Ferguson, well, honey, that ship has sailed.
    1:13 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  21. rikyrah says:

    Goldie Taylor @goldietaylor

    Worth noting: Those small suburban jurisdictions around #STL used to be sundown towns…
    11:56 PM – 13 Aug 2014

    Goldie Taylor @goldietaylor

    Historically, sundown towns had written and unwritten codes barring African Americans after sundown.
    11:59 PM – 13 Aug 2014

    Goldie Taylor @goldietaylor

    Not sure when last sundown codes ended, but many were still in force when I was growing up. We knew where we couldn’t go.
    12:09 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  22. rikyrah says:

    itgurl @itgurl_29

    Do people actually think that it’s, like, legal for President Obama to just waltz into Gov. Dixon’s office and start doing his job? Jesus.
    12:14 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  23. rikyrah says:

    AdamSerwer ✔ @AdamSerwer

    Reminder of why Obama’s pick to head the civil rights division was blocked http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/republican-war-civil-rights-laws
    12:00 AM – 14 Aug 2014

  24. rikyrah says:

    Grace Lidia Suarez @gracels

    Grounds for arrest of Alderman French: “he didn’t listen.” In other words: uppity black man.
    12:30 AM – 14 Aug 2014

    • Liza says:

      Oh, so it wasn’t because of his reporting on Twitter?

      These a$$hole cops should be strapped to a polygraph everytime one of them opens his mouth.

  25. rikyrah says:

    TheAnonMessage @TheAnonMessage

    BREAKING: Crowd rallying at #Ferguson Jail demanding @AntonioFrench’s release. https://vine.co/v/MYpMplL0QTe
    11:58 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  26. rikyrah says:

    DamnRightI’mOutraged @RaavynnDigitaL

    It appears the police are jamming cell phone signals in #Ferguson. People can’t get service, but the mobile carriers say there’s no issue.
    9:57 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  27. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Ferguson police are looting the civil rights of the citizens of Ferguson.

  28. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    The violent police of Ferguson:


  29. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Every Ferguson protestor should be given a Medal of Honor for defending our country’s democracy and Constitution.

  30. Everyone one of these officers attacking black citizens need to be OFF the force. Police are to protect & serve. They’ve gone to war with black people. Where are the got damn leaders in Missouri? Black citizens lives are in danger!

  31. Raw Video – Police: “This is no longer a peaceful protest. You must disperse now

  32. yahtzeebutterfly says:


    Published on Aug 13, 2014
    8-13-14 – ( CNN ) – Tiffany Mitchell, another eyewitness to the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson last weekend, spoke out on CNN tonight. She told Don Lemon she saw Brown trying to pull away from the officer moments before he was shot. This comes days after a friend of Brown’s who witnessed the shooting said the police officer is “guilty of murder.” Mitchell said Brown had started running from the police officer, and the officer ran after him, firing his gun. Then, she said, “the kid’s body jerked as if he was hit from behind and he turned around and he puts his hands up like this and the cop continued to fire, and he just dropped down to the ground.”

    She described the officer in question as a tall, white male, and told Lemon she heard at least five or six shots.

    And in addition, another person connected to Mitchell, who she was picking up in the neighborhood, was also witness to the shooting, and Mitchell’s lawyer said her account provides the same information about what happened that day.

  33. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    The Media is turning it into about Lowry and Ryan. Nope! It’s about Michael Brown a kid executed by the police.

    • yahtzeebutterfly says:

      Yes, it IS about Michael Brown.

      Only problem is that White America doesn’t believe how dire the situation is in Ferguson until reporters, Whites, or a State Senator are arrested for no cause.

      • yahtzeebutterfly says:

        And, yet, it seems as if it is business as usual for the Whites in MO. and the rest of America.

      • yahtzeebutterfly says:

        This is just making me sick. When will White America deal with itself, its unfair privileges and advantages and “play” on a level field.

        My heart is torn, upset, and crying out for change. I look at my skin and say “Why?!!! I want to vomit.

  34. yahtzeebutterfly says:



    “A Washington Post reporter was one of two journalists arrested and thrown in a booking cell while covering the unrest in a St. Louis suburb roiled by protests over an unarmed teen’s death at the hands of police, 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 who ordered everyone to leave a McDonald’s restaurant in Ferguson, as demonstrations against the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown happened nearby. 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.” Both were later released without charges.

  35. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    “HuffPost’s Reilly on MSNBC: Ferguson Cop Wouldn’t Say What I Was Under Arrest For”


  36. rikyrah says:

    Angie Coiro @Angie_Coiro

    If you don’t see by now that white Americans live in an entirely different country than black Americans, it’s willful ignorance. #Ferguson
    9:05 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  37. rikyrah says:

    Jonathan Capehart ✔ @CapehartJ

    Before I go to bed, I have just one question: WHERE IS @GovJayNixon? A town in your state is choking on tear gas.
    10:30 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  38. rikyrah says:

    Joel D. Anderson ✔ @blackink12

    St. Louis alderman @AntonioFrench has apparently been arrested tonight during the protests in #Ferguson, according to his wife and friends
    10:53 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  39. rikyrah says:

    john r stanton ✔ @dcbigjohn

    how bad, and for how long, have things been in #Ferguson if the cops are willing to be this draconian with the world watching?
    8:37 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  40. GrannyStandingforTruth says:

    Done Granny

    • GrannyStandingforTruth says:

      Of course Hannity would ignore it and interview chief of police, he doesn’t want to mess up his credentials as Grand Wizard of the KKK and leadership positions in the white supremacist organizations.

  41. rikyrah says:

    Greg Pinelo @gregpinelo

    Folks, National Guard is under state command. Second, don’t assume Obama hasn’t been on the phone all night dealing with this.
    9:57 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  42. rikyrah says:

    Ed Bott ✔ @edbott

    More people have had their civil rights violated by the Ferguson police in the last 24 hours than by the NSA in the last 10 years.
    8:00 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  43. rikyrah says:

    Liberal Librarian @Lib_Librarian

    After #Ferguson, don’t fucking tell me Twitter doesn’t matter
    9:28 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  44. rikyrah says:

    Elon @elongreen

    Conservatives will care about #Fergusan when a black Attorney General stops the overreach of a white police force. https://twitter.com/mattdpearce/status/499741831861510144
    9:24 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  45. rikyrah says:

    Keri Hilson ✔ @KeriHilson

    Looks like those who couldn’t grasp why blacks in America kept saying racism is still very much alive are starting to get the picture.
    8:09 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  46. rikyrah says:

    Craig City @Craig_RINV

    Everybody is for liberty and the right to assemble until it involves blacks. #angrytweet
    8:48 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  47. rikyrah says:

    Norman Ornstein @NormOrnstein · 1h

    I am appalled at the absence of responsible authority. This is a police riot. Where is the governor?

  48. rikyrah says:

    Jamil Smith ✔ @JamilSmith

    Remember, this all started with a Ferguson cop taking issue with Michael Brown and his friend walking in the street on a Saturday afternoon.
    9:43 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  49. rikyrah says:

    Wesley Lowery ✔ @WesleyLowery

    Apparently, in America, in 2014, police can manhandle you, take you into custody, put you in cell & then open the door like it didn’t happen

    Pretty Foot @PrettyFootWoman

    @WesleyLowery @Our4thEstate YES they can…just think what might have happened if you had been black
    9:47 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  50. dande says:


  51. rikyrah says:

    Taylor Dobbs @taylordobbs

    Police in Ferguson telling media to turn off their cameras on a public street. Reminder: They can’t do that. https://www.aclu.org/filming-and-photographing-police
    9:30 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  52. rikyrah says:

    Charles Johnson @Green_Footballs

    And then the Ferguson police chief who lied about a curfew appears on Fox News with Sean Hannity. Any questions?
    9:43 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  53. rikyrah says:

    Sharlene King @typodactyl

    Now would be a good time for all of us to pick up our phones: @GovJayNixon (573) 751-4141 #Ferguson

  54. rikyrah says:

    Joaquin Castro ✔ @JoaquinCastrotx

    I’m sure that Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are going speak up for the liberty and freedom of the ppl of Ferguson against govt overreach soon..
    9:28 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  55. rikyrah says:

    Liberal Librarian @Lib_Librarian

    Remember: this is all because 2 black youth were walking in the street and a white cop took exception. #Ferguson
    9:53 PM – 13 Aug 2014

  56. Ametia says:

    Megan Sims ‏@The_Blackness48 1h
    Powerful picture we took today at Howard University (DC) #Ferguson #MikeBrown #MyaWhite #DONTSHOOT

  57. rikyrah says:

    from POU:


    Fact: Michael Brown had no criminal record.

    Fact: Michael Brown was walking to his grandmother’s house.

    Fact: Michael Brown was detained by a Ferguson police officer for no clear reason, shot dead, and his body left to molder uncovered in the August sun for 4-hours.

    Fact: Ferguson PD will not identify the officer who killed him, how many shots were fired, or where the bullets entered.

    Fact: Ferguson PD is a 94% white force in a 67% black town.

    Fact: Ferguson PD have a history of race-based law enforcement discrepancies, searching black motorists in routine traffic stops at twice the rate of white motorists.

    Fact: Ferguson PD are now detaining and harassing journalists, and tear gassing people standing in their own yards.

    Fact: white right wingers consider the Ferguson PD the good guys in all of this.

    Conclusion: scratch a right winger, find a fascist underneath

  58. Ametia says:

    Where’s the Governor, Mayor, other Ferguson elected officials? Fucking COWARDS!

  59. Ametia says:

    How’s that STATES RIGHTS thing working for Ferguson, hmm? No state leadership

  60. Ametia says:

    Who is the FP chief protecting in FERGUSON? WHITE CITIZENS ONLY!

  61. Ametia says:


  62. Ametia says:


Leave a Reply