SLU President Disheartened by “Harsh & Ugly” Words by Racist Parents Worried About Felons Camping in Tents on Campus Who Threaten to Rape White Girls

Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 6:24 PM

Far left #OccupySLU protesters marched to Saint Louis University campus on October 8, 2014.
They never left.

The squatters set up a tent city on the Catholic campus in St. Louis City.
Just because.

One violent #OccupySLU protester admitted to being a felon and rapped about raping and whipping white girls with his manparts.

“Locked in jail I can’t win in this bitch.
So when I get out I’m gonna fuck me a white b*tch.
Slap her and whip her and choke her with my d*ck”

(Warning on violence and language)

This demonstration didn’t go over too well with the St. Louis University community.

This afternoon Saint Louis Preident Fred Pestello Ph.D. said he was disheartened by “harsh and ugly” words by racist student parents who were concerned that the school had allowed felons to camp out on campus and threaten white girls.
From the desk of Fred P. Pestello Ph.D:

This afternoon, the small encampment at the clock tower was voluntarily and permanently removed by a group of SLU students and the other demonstrators.

This peaceful outcome was the result of many intense hours of outreach and conversation with clock tower demonstrators, community organizers, clergy, city leaders and members of the University campus.

Now, the University must come together.

We will move to more formal and institutionalized conversations about race on our campus. We also will begin to devise short- and long-term initiatives that retain and attract more students and faculty of color, promote equal opportunity, and advance focused economic development in disadvantaged neighborhoods.

These efforts are completely consistent with the mission of this University. They are just the start of what I had announced in my inaugural address: That this extraordinary University bring to bear its creative, intellectual and economic energy and help lead St. Louis to a better place.

This week has been a challenge for many of us, including me.

Unlike some with whom I spoke, I have never been followed by security throughout a department store, had taxicab drivers refuse to pick me up, or been seated by the bathrooms of a half-empty restaurant. But those indignities — and far worse — are not uncommon to people of color, including our students, faculty and staff.

Many of their life experiences, described to me in stark and painful terms, have weighed on me as peaceful demonstrations and teach-ins have played out this week.

Also weighing on me has been the concern expressed by some students and parents who were worried about a non-peaceful outcome to this demonstration. Many of you who wrote or called felt that this demonstration was inappropriate for our campus.

In addition, I was disheartened by some of the harsh and ugly words hurled via social media, phone calls and emails that only fueled anxiety, misunderstandings and divisions on all sides at a time when what we needed most was to listen and learn and find common ground.

While there have been setbacks and sudden tensions along the way, we acted quickly to ease them. And spurring us on toward the peaceful outcome we have achieved this afternoon have been the many thoughtful and inspiring voices I have heard this week, especially from our students. Their commitment to our mission and values continues to inspire me each day. I also appreciate the voices of our faculty and staff, community organizers, ministers and young voices in the African-American community throughout the region.

This has been a difficult week. I know it has consumed my every waking hour trying to find a point of common ground and mutual understanding. I believe we are there.

I also wish to apologize to you that my total attention to secure a resolution meant that I could not personally respond to your calls and emails. I want you to know I heard you. In the coming days and weeks, there will be opportunities for us to communicate more directly.

I want to thank everyone who displayed the best of what our Jesuit University stands for this past week.

Fred P. Pestello, Ph.D.

It’s clear from the president’s letter where he stands – and it’s not the parents who are shelling out $37,000 a year for their kids to attend the school.

The #Occupiers are already planning another protest at the campus tonight.




Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 2:53 PM

Former Egyptian candidate for parliament Ahmed Darwi joined ISIS and blew himself up.

His brothers confirmed the news today.
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He entered into Syria through Turkey.

UPDATE: Dawal Al Haq reported the news later today.



Protesters Hang “I AM Darren Wilson” Banner From SLU College Church

Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 1:17 PM

Far left #OccupySLU protesters marched to Saint Louis University campus on October 8, 2014.
They never left.

The squatters set up a tent city on the Catholic campus in St. Louis City.
Just because.

One violent #OccupySLU protester admitted to being a felon and rapped about raping and whipping white girls with his manparts.

“Locked in jail I can’t win in this bitch.
So when I get out I’m gonna fuck me a white b*tch.
Slap her and whip her and choke her with my d*ck”

(Warning on violence and language)

This demonstration didn’t go over too well with the St. Louis University community.

Counter-protesters hung this “I Am Darren Wilson” banner from Saint Francis Xavier College Church on campus.
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Hat Tip to Big Ed

Today the protesters were removed from campus.
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Saint Louis University reportedly donated the Enterprise truck to remove the protesters and their junk.

Here’s the livefeed of the cleanup and removal.


Al Sharpton Denounces Officer Darren Wilson’s Grand Jury Testimony in Media Sideshow

Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 12:22 PM

Race agitator Al Sharpton will hold a press conference today in Harlem to denounce Officer Darren Wilson’s testimony to the St. Louis County grand jury.
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Al Sharpton was heckled in St. Louis at a Mike Brown event in August, “Are You Here To Snitch On The Rioters?”

Because, being in Harlem gives Reverend Al a better vantage point to understand what happened in Ferguson over the police officer who was actually there during the shooting.

The gall of this man.
From the National Action Network website:





Rev. Al Sharpton, President, National Action Network


Saturday, October 18, 2014
9:30a.m. Press arrival
9:45a.m. Rev. Sharpton will address the rally.

(The rally will also be live streamed at and broadcast live on WLIB 1190AM.)


National Action Network
106 West 145th Street (Lenox Avenue)
Harlem, New York


REV. AL Sharpton will denounce officer Darren Wilson’s reported testimony to the grand jury in Ferguson, MO at this morning’s Saturday Action Rally. Rev. Al Sharpton said, “It sounds like a Michael Dunn defense and it did not work in Florida and it should not work in Missouri.” Rev. Sharpton will also announce a four day Michael Brown weekend, symbolic of the four hours he lay in the street dying. He will lead this event in Ferguson, MO from October 31 – November 3, more details will be available soon.

Related… NY Times: Michael Brown Beat Officer Darren Wilson Before His Death – Blood Found on Wilson’s Gun


Obama Weekly Address: Banning Travel From Ebola Infected Countries Would “Make Situation Worse” (Video)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 9:45 AM

In his Weekly Address on the Ebola outbreak Barack Obama argued that banning flights from West Africa to the United States would make the situation worse.

Yes, he actually believes this.

From the president’s Weekly Address (October 18, 2014)

New screening measures are now in place at airports that receive nearly all passengers arriving from Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. And we’ll continue to constantly review our measures, and update them as needed, to make sure we’re doing everything we can to keep Americans safe.

Finally, we can’t just cut ourselves off from West Africa, where this disease is raging. Our medical experts tell us that the best way to stop this disease is to stop it at its source-before it spreads even wider and becomes even more difficult to contain. Trying to seal off an entire region of the world-if that were even possible-could actually make the situation worse. It would make it harder to move health workers and supplies back and forth. Experience shows that it could also cause people in the affected region to change their travel, to evade screening, and make the disease even harder to track.

So the United States will continue to help lead the global response in West Africa. Because if we want to protect Americans from Ebola here at home, we have to end it over there. And as our civilian and military personnel serve in the region, their safety and health will remain a top priority.

Dozens of countries have already banned all direct flights from the Ebola infected region.


More Liberal Lies Exposed: CDC Increased Payroll by 38% Since 2007, Increased # of Employees by Nearly 2,000

Posted by Jim Hoft on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 9:18 AM

open the books

If you’ve been following politics for any time at all you know that the Democrats’ solution to every problem is to blame Republicans and call for more money from American workers. Take for instance the mishandling of the Ebola outbreak in Texas. Two US nurses have contracted the disease and hundreds of other Americans are being monitored.

In the wake of this latest disaster Democrats decided to blame the Sequester for cutting funds to the CDC. This was despite the fact that the Republican Congress gave more money to the CDC than Obama requested.

Now there is even more proof that Democrats are blatantly lying about funding to the CDC. Open the Books discovered that the CDC increased its payroll by 37% since 2007. The CDC also added nearly two thousand new employees since 2007.

Amongst the findings:

1. #1 Bonus of $63,845 went to the Donald Shriber, Deputy Director of Policy & Communication at the Center for Global Health in 2011.

2. CDC Employee Counts Up By a Quarter since 2007. The gross number of CDC employees increased from 8,325 in 2007 to 10,213 in 2013- this is an all-time high.

3. $1 Billion in total payroll at CDC in 2013, that’s up from $726,000,000 in 2007- that’s a 38% increase in total payroll spending.

4. $21.504 Million in 2013 salaries flowed to the Top 100 Highly Compensated Executives at CDC.

5. Isn’t it time to fire the Interior Decorators, Gardeners, other extraneous employees at CDC. Millions of dollars of salaries and bonuses have flowed into positions such as these since 2007.

Rep. Henry Waxman testified at yesterday’s congressional hearings that the overall CDC budget was cut or impacted during sequester, but it’s just not the case with the pay and perks to CDC employees. Cash compensation and number of employees have all increased from 2007-2013 and stand at an all-time high.

Remember this the next time Democrats blame the sequester for the Ebola outbreak – you know they will.


Limbaugh Theorem in Action: NY Times Front Page: Obama ‘Seethes’ at Government Ebola Failures

Posted by Kristinn Taylor on Saturday, October 18, 2014, 8:59 AM
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The New York Times White House stenographers report that President Barack is seething with anger at the failure of the federal government he has led for nearly six years to contain the Texas Ebola outbreak. The article is based only on anonymous White House sources with one sympathetic on the record quote from Obama’s P.R. guru David Axelrod.

There are no criticisms of Obama in the article.

There is also a sympathetic portrayal of Obama’s National Security team being beset by a world in crisis with no mention Obama’s policies helped bring the crises to bear.

The story is on the front page of Saturday’s edition of the Times with the headline, Amid Assurances on Ebola, Obama Is Said to Seethe.

This is in line with the Limbaugh Theorem that says Obama maintains popularity by portraying himself as opposed to the actions of his government and always trying to be seen as fixing them.

The Times reports Obama has fixed blame on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention:

““Beneath the calming reassurance that President Obama has repeatedly offered during the Ebola crisis, there is a deepening frustration, even anger, with how the government has handled key elements of the response.

“Those frustrations spilled over when Mr. Obama convened his top aides in the Cabinet room after canceling his schedule on Wednesday. Medical officials were providing information that later turned out to be wrong. Guidance to local health teams was not adequate. It was unclear which Ebola patients belonged in which threat categories.

““It’s not tight,” a visibly angry Mr. Obama said of the response, according to people briefed on the meeting. He told aides they needed to get ahead of events and demanded a more hands-on approach, particularly from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “He was not satisfied with the response,” a senior official said.”

…”At the meeting on Wednesday, officials said, Mr. Obama placed much of the blame on the C.D.C., which provided shifting information about which threat category patients were in, and did not adequately train doctors and nurses at hospitals with Ebola cases on the proper protective procedures.”

Rush explained the Limbaugh Theorem last year:

“People do not associate Obama with his agenda, and that’s because he’s permanently campaigning. He’s running against his own agenda, by design, on purpose. He’s running against what’s happening. He makes people think that he doesn’t like what’s happening and he’s trying to fix it when in fact everything that’s happening is precisely because he wants it to and has made it happen.”

The New York Times putting Obama’s orchestrated propaganda leaks on the front page with Obama shown as angry at the government is a perfect example of the Limbaugh Theorem.


#MikeBrown Supporters Threaten to SHOOT & BOMB POLICE After NYT Piece on Darren Wilson #Ferguson

Posted by Jim Hoft on Friday, October 17, 2014, 11:47 PM

On Friday The New York Times released a report on Officer Darren Wilson’s grand jury testimony in September. It’s not clear who provided the information to the Times for the report. The Times reported that Michael Brown’s blood was on police officer Darren Wilson’s gun and inside the police car. According to the Times, Brown reached inside the police car and attacked Darren Wilson.

This mirrors earlier reporting at The Gateway Pundit. Back in August it was reported that Darren Wilson was treated at a local hospital for injuries after the shooting.

In response to the NY Times report, far left Michael Brown supporters are threatening terrorism and murder.
spooky police

More threats…

Threats of rocket attacks like in Gaza…

And, f*ck the flag.

Twitchy has more on the reaction to the Darren Wilson report.


NY Times: Michael Brown Beat Officer Darren Wilson Before His Death – Blood Found on Wilson’s Gun

Posted by Jim Hoft on Friday, October 17, 2014, 9:54 PM

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Darren Wilson stands over the body of Michael Brown after his shooting death in August.

The New York Times reported on Friday that Michael Brown’s blood was on police officer Darren Wilson’s gun. According to the Times Brown reached inside the police car and attacked Darren Wilson.

The police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., two months ago has told investigators that he was pinned in his vehicle and in fear for his life as he struggled over his gun with Mr. Brown, according to government officials briefed on the federal civil rights investigation into the matter.

The officer, Darren Wilson, has told the authorities that during the scuffle, Mr. Brown reached for the gun. It was fired twice in the car, according to forensics tests performed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The first bullet struck Mr. Brown in the arm; the second bullet missed.

The forensics tests showed Mr. Brown’s blood on the gun, as well as on the interior door panel and on Officer Wilson’s uniform. Officer Wilson told the authorities that Mr. Brown had punched and scratched him repeatedly, leaving swelling on his face and cuts on his neck.

This is the first public account of Officer Wilson’s testimony to investigators, but it does not explain why, after he emerged from his vehicle, he fired at Mr. Brown multiple times. It contradicts some witness accounts, and it will not calm those who have been demanding to know why an unarmed man was shot a total of six times. Mr. Brown’s death continues to fuel anger and sometimes-violent protests.

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Michael Brown robbed a Ferguson convenience store the morning of his death.

The New York Times story mirrors what The Gateway Pundit reported in August on the attack.
KMOV also reported:

The officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Missouri was injured in the alleged altercation, according to Ferguson Chief of Police Tom Jackson.

Jackson, who spoke on the phone with News 4′s Laura Hettiger Wednesday morning, said the officer “was hit” and the “side of his face was swollen.” The chief did not say if the officer suffered any broken bones.

Police said shortly after the shooting that 18-year-old Michael Brown was walking with a friend in the middle of Canfield when an officer attempted to exit his vehicle. Police said Brown pushed the officer back into the police car. According to police, Brown then entered the officer’s vehicle and a struggle ensued over the officer’s weapon. Police said during the physical altercation a shot was fired inside of the car.

Darren Wilson was treated at a local hospital after the shooting. This was reported four days after the shooting.

Boy, this Michael Brown story just keeps falling apart for the race hustlers.
Maybe someday President Obama, Attorney General Holder and all of the instigators will apologize to the people of Ferguson.
But, don’t hold your breath.


You Paid For It: #Ferguson Protests and Riots Cost Taxpayers $5.7 Million… So Far

Posted by Jim Hoft on Friday, October 17, 2014, 7:00 PM

The Mike Brown Ferguson protesters caused millions of dollars of damage to local businesses.

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The Ferguson QuikTrip was just one business hit by vandals. The QT was looted and torched during the riots in Ferguson.

The Missouri Department of Public Safety is reporting that the riots and violent protests cost taxpayers $5.7 million, so far.
KMOV reported:

The massive police response to Ferguson in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown on Aug. 9 will take nearly $1.5M from the Missouri state budget.

According to the Missouri Department of Public Safety, the Missouri State Highway Patrol costs total $1.1M while activating the National Guard will cost the state roughly $384,000.

This estimate is solely for the initial response: from the time protests erupted right after Brown died to the last few weekdays of August.

St. Louis County officials estimated the county’s initial cost will be $4.2M. That’s a combination of money going to police overtime, fixing damaged cop cars and food and supplies for first responders.

It is unclear what will have to be cut to make up for the impact on the county’s budget.

The violence is also hurting businesses in Ferguson. One business owner called the protesters “terrorists” and said his business is down 40% since the protests started. Several of the local businesses have been looted and vandalized.



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