On Tuesday night, as police and soldiers took up positions in the parking lots of virtually every strip mall and big box store around it, the forecourt of the brightly lit gas station was busy with customers.

One, a six feet, eight-inch tall man named Derrick Jordan – “Stretch,” as friends call him – whisked an AR-15 assault rifle out from a pickup truck parked near the entrance.

Jordan, 37, was one of four black Ferguson residents who spent Tuesday night planted in front of the store, pistols tucked into their waistbands, waiting to ward off looters or catch shoplifters.

via In Ferguson, black residents stand guard at white-owned store | Reuters.

What happened in Ferguson is a crying shame. And I am one of those who believe the damage was not caused by residents but by imported ass-clowns and the criminal element ready to cash on some sure-to-come unrest.

Until we (and I mean everybody,including the Media ass-hats) celebrate people like Derrick Jordan and his friend’s wish to defend their neighborhood, we will fall prey again to the political race-baiters who have no problem getting people killed or their future destroyed.

Having the stores boarded up was a good first idea:

But they failed the message, four simple words proven to be effective with the proper backing:

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

2 thoughts on “Standing for what’s right, racial politics be damned.”
    Not one word about this on the local STL news about this, not one!
    And, that is what we’re up against. This and Natalie, the cake shop lady, might be the only two good stories about Ferguson. Thank God that people are doing a great job helping Ms Natalie, now how about some recognition and thank you’s for Strecth, RJ, and friends?!
    Thank you for sharing this, Miguel! I live here, watch, listen, and follow constantly the events here, and this is the first I’ve heard of it.
    Donna g

    1. The story of Ms Natalie broke my heart and I am so happy she is back to making her cakes because there are more good people out there than idiots bent on destroying communities.

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