... it’s a troubling “victory” that reveals our nation’s problems with race, youth violence, and our sports-crazed culture. ...
The student protesters used all kinds of tactics of intimidation: They screamed their chants, barged into meetings, and constantly disrupted student life.
The same student who led the Assata Shakur chant above revealed in another video: “We’re trying to break the system down … it just so happens we’re starting with him.”
Their goal is to break the system! (Stephen Flurry, "University of Missouri: Where Racism Merges With Violent Youth Culture", November 13, 2015.)And what system is Stephen Flurry talking about? One in which African Americans can only say what makes Stephen Flurry comfortable?
When Stephen Flurry talks of "racism" in the article's title he seems to be accusing the African American protesters of being racists. Quite an inflammatory accusation to make in this tense situation.
Is he worried something like that may happen in his unaccredited HWA College? That seems a most unlikely situation.
The possibility that these protesters might be responding to real issues is never presented to the reader. Evidence that the protesters' concerns are quite real will be seen later.
The fact that Stephen Flurry chooses to wildly condemn these protesters show that he does not view African Americans as equals but as "others" who are not part of his community. Once some of them should say and do things he disapproves of he condemns them.
British Israelism teaches its followers to distinguish white Americans from African Americans and other ethnic minorities. When the COGs say "we" bear the birthright of Joseph and are descendants of Manasseh and Ephraim they mean only whites. African Americans and other ethnic minorities are excluded.
This teaches them to view African Americans as "not one of us" and "others".
Even though the St. Louis County grand jury and the Justice Department exonerated the officer who killed Brown, the hatred, the violence and the protesting haven’t stopped.That statement, at least in regards to the grand jury, is misleading and confusing. A grand jury is not a jury. A grand jury's role is to let a prosecutor advance a case. Grand juries are supposed to simply agree with the prosecutor. There is no defense in a grand jury since it is supposed to simply agree with the prosecutor that the case can advance further. It is highly unusual for a grand jury to choose not to let a case advance since a grand jury is to only do what the prosecutor tells them to do. It is confuses the readers for Stephen Flurry to place so much weight on such an unusual ruling.
Strangely there is no mention of the fact that some extremist white individuals have made death threats against the University over these protests. What a terrible thing that the students and staff of this University are forced to endure because some people choose to hate African Americans.
Stephen Flurry condemned these protests elsewhere as "racial hysteria" and yet some extremists chose to make death threats against the University. These ghastly death threats prove that Stephen Flurry does not know what he is talking about. Shamefully the possibility of racist violence against African Americans over these protests is never mentioned as a concern in this article.
It is sad that PCG's leaders seem to think that African Americans are to be opposed and vilified whenever some of them choose to advance their interests and speak out on public affairs in a way PCG opposes. It is revealing how often PCG chooses to side against African Americans whenever these issues reach public attention.
Since 1992 at least PCG's leaders have preached the vicious idea that in the near future African Americans will launch a wave of riots against the white majority that PCG's leaders emotively call a "race war". This is PCG's false prophecy of race war.
This racist false prophecy will never happen.