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August 11, 2015 -- It doesn't end.

I recall watching news reports of the Watts riots on our black-and-white TV back in 1965.

The rioting spread across the nation.

There were 159 riots in two year, culminating in what the media called the long hot summer in 1967.

In 1992 they were at it again in Los Angeles.

Is it a cultural phenomenon? A genetic predisposition? Both?

We'll probably never know. Social psychologists are little more than Cyranoid puppets that parrot the politically and culturally correct narrative that blames black misbehavior on white privilege.

It's a stretch, but it works as cultural Marxism successfully pits the black proletariat against the white bourgeois.

When will it end? When will it be declared that social justice has arrived? When will it be firmly established that white racism is dead and gone?


White racism has never been the problem. It was neither racism nor white privilege that prompted Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson to defend himself when charged by Unarmed Michael Brown one year ago.

The rioting last night that prompted the county to declare a state of emergency had nothing to do with white people oppressing black people. Black Americans, in fact, currently enjoy a higher living standard that any other blacks anywhere else in the world at any time in history.

There is no excuse and there will be no end.

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A day of civil disobedience that saw several arrests ended Monday with rowdy protesters throwing rocks and bottles at police.

The St. Louis County police said frozen water bottles were thrown at officers, prompting them to order the crowd to disperse or face arrest.

"Safety, our top priority, is now compromised. This is no longer a peaceful protest. Participants are now unlawfully assembled," the department tweeted

Earlier, a top St. Louis County official declared a state of emergency, saying violence had marred demonstrations marking the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death.

"The recent acts of violence will not be tolerated in a community that has worked so tirelessly over the last year to rebuild and become stronger," St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger said in a statement.

The executive order put St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar in charge of police operations in Ferguson and the surrounding areas, Stenger said.

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