Darren Wilson: Free At Last!

Pat Buchanan, VDARE, March 5, 2015

Eric Holder’s Justice Department has completed its investigation into whether Ferguson cop Darren Wilson killed Michael Brown in cold blood for racist reasons when he shot the black teenager last August.

What did the massive six-month FBI investigation discover?

According to the Washington Post, “after canvassing more than 300 homes and reviewing physical, ballistic, forensic, medical and crime-scene evidence” and examining “Wilson’s personnel records, audio and video recordings,” Justice concluded Wilson told the truth about what happened that Saturday in Ferguson.

Officer Wilson is innocent of the endless libels and slanders in the press and on television, and by street demagogues and the pack of liars who, under oath, told a St. Louis County grand jury that Brown had his hands up, crying, “Don’t shoot!” when Wilson cut him down.

The liars, however, will not be called out, nor will the perjurers be prosecuted. For Holder says, in the words of the Post, that “the discrepancy” between what happened and what the liars testified to “was due, in part, to a deeply rooted pattern of racial bias in the police department that had left the Ferguson community polarized.”

Holder is saying that we must cut slack for folks who lied to get an innocent cop indicted for murder, because their community had been badly treated by Ferguson cops and courts.

And what about the nights and days of rioting, looting, arson and anarchy in Ferguson and beyond following the death of Brown?

Holder has an explanation for that, too.

“[A]mid a highly toxic environment, defined by mistrust and resentment [of police], stoked by years of bad feelings and spurred by illegal and misguided practices, it is not difficult to imagine how a single tragic incident set off the city of Ferguson like a powder keg.”

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When a powder keg goes off, there is a single explosion. And one can understand how, in the first or second night after the death of Michael Brown–originally seen as a shooting by a berserk cop who unloaded his weapon in broad daylight on a teenager–this could set folks off.

But this lawlessness went on, week after week after week, and involved not only rioting and rampages in Ferguson, but the blockage of streets, malls and stores, hundreds of miles away, up to Christmas.

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Yet, while Wilson may be innocent, says Holder, the Ferguson police department and courts are steeped in white racism.

The proof of this? Though African-Americans are 67 percent of the population of Ferguson, they account for 93 percent of all arrests.

But these figures prove nothing.

According to the FBI crime statistics of recent years, though African-Americans are 13 percent of the population, they account for one-third to one-half of all violent crimes.

In Washington, D.C., African-Americans are half the population. But they are responsible for a huge percentage of all the robberies, rapes, assaults and murders, and especially the interracial crimes of violence.

Why should it be any different in Ferguson?

And if Ferguson is such a racist hellhole, why have black folks moved there from St. Louis, and why did only 6 percent of African-Americans go to the polls in the election prior to the Brown shooting?

Does that sound like a community on fire with resentment over a racist city regime?

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In its March 5 editorial, “A Chilling Portrait of Ferguson,” The New York Times bewails the “entrenched racism in the Ferguson police force.”

But the real story of Ferguson is the entrenched bigotry that propelled a mob-like rush to judgment by journalists and race hustlers that ruined the life of an honest cop who did his duty and told the truth.

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  • “Free At Last”

    Not really.

    • Publius Pompilius Quietus

      “Free at last” is an ironic pun, used by Buchanan, not to be taken literally.

    • John Smith

      For the negroes, everything is “free at last.” You and I are paying for it.

  • A Freespeechzone

    There you have it…..the so-called top cop justifying rioting, looting and burning in the name of ‘racism’.

    Remember that LE and the National Guard did NOTHING to stop these animals….and if someone did….they’d be prosecuted.

    Trust me, this is ONLY the beginning…..unless we rise up and stop this violent and destructive behavior. They can’t ignore MILLIONS…….and MILLIONS.

  • SentryattheGate

    My sympathies to Darren Wilson and his family (maybe their baby has been born?); they will be forever marked, and have to watch their backs! At least some citizens came to their aid with funding (>$1 million, when I last checked, months ago).

  • TheCogitator

    I’m one who sees the police as all to often out of control, but I back them when they are right, and Darren Wilson was right in shooting Michael Brown. Because of the lies the mainstream media passed on, his life has been turned upside down. The same thing happened to George Zimmerman. But since the media is merely the propaganda arm of the state, we know this is what the evil rulers wanted.

  • dd121

    He was always in possession of the facts and didn’t seem too worried about the lies that liberals told. Still, his life and his reputation are damaged. The “low information” people will always think he guilty.

    • Robert Smith

      To the lowest of the low information people he is guilty simply because he is white.

  • Marilyn

    Holder has an excuse for all who are guilty of lying, rioting and looting…unbelievable!! But not really considering he’s looking out for ‘his people’

    • Ella

      A public apology from Holder would be start.

      • Marilyn

        Yes he does and he needs to apologize for all cops being targeted. I read a sad story about a cop who was killed in Pennsylvania who was buying his son a toy. 🙁 2 guys robbed the store and the cop confronted them so no one else got hurt.

  • Johann Wald

    It certainly was “a toxic environment”. With that many blacks, it couldn’t be anything but.

    • John Smith

      At this point, any white living there is a fool. You know the negroes will mobilize their voters to take the town over next election.

      • Robert Smith

        Any white living there as of 20 years ago was a fool.

        • John Smith

          Can’t disagree.

      • InAFreeCountry

        A fool, or elderly and can’t afford to get out because they can’t sell their house.

        • John Smith

          Elderly get a pass, but the others should’ve seen the writing on the wall. Any value their homes had last year is now gone.

  • LHathaway

    “though African-Americans are 13 percent of the population, they account for one-third to one-half of all violent crimes”.

    The word you were looking for, Mr. Buchanan, is perpetrate or commit, “they perpetrated one-third to one-half of all violent crimes”.

    Double-the-dose, or triple it, Mr. Buchanan, and one day I may launch off a post proclaiming that You peddle and promote White guilt – from the right. Then I might be tempted to add, keep it up, and I’ll begin to wonder whether or not everyone as in play for team-diversity. That’s when I’d be amused by my own statement and thoughts. Hey, I’d get some amusement out of it.

    • Irish

      If you think Patrick J. Buchanan is “peddling White guilt from the right”, you do not know anything about him..Buchanan is a charter member of the Paleo-branch of conservatism..He’s been lamenting the “Browning” of America for decades..The Watergate tapes revealed he was trying to convince Nixon to roll back desegregation..He’s a hero to our cause, who has been just smart enough to not be totally blacklisted from all public view. Though MSNBC did famously fire him for some thought infraction a few years back before they went full on Social-Marxist..You mustn’t read VDARE, his articles regularly appear there..Better yet pickup Death of the West, he’s brilliant.

      • LHathaway

        lol, too funny! ‘He’s a charter member of the Paleo-branch of conservatism (he can’t be promoting white guilt!).

        Ah, they fired him for some ‘infraction’ and not because he has become so aged, physically, he is no longer as impressive on-air as he once was?

        I will agree with you on one thing, and I’m happy to agree with you. Pat Buchanan is a hero to our cause.

        • Irish

          You are simply wrong..It had been a few years so I’d forgotten the exact details. Phil Griffin President of MSNBC said Buchanan was let go after a several month suspension do to the writings in his latest book at the time Suicide of a Superpower..Specifically the chapter titled The end of White America..It’s also rumored that several of the far-left personalities on that network threatened to quit if he wasn’t fired, Rachel Maddows in particular..If your contention is that once someone reachs a certain age they’re no longer relevant (Pat Buchanan is in his early 70’s) I profoundly disagree with you. And I wonder where your arbitrary age line is?..Peter Brimelow is north of 70, Jared Taylor is in his mid-sixties..Odd conclusion IMHO..Pat Buchanan hasn’t missed a beat.

          • That was Phil Griffin’s excuse. PJB had written things like that many many times before in many many previous books before MSNBC hired him. They were just fishing for an excuse.

          • Irish

            I agree, but it had absolutely nothing to do with his age.. They took the decision to go hard left. ..Unfortunately/fortunately the hard left is dominated by wealthy White/Cosmopolitan types. A niche audience in the extreme. .Obviously Mr. Buchanan’s politics don’t fit.

          • The subcontinentals threatened to quit if I was not fired at Symetrix. They eventually left for California anyway, once I was not around to do their work for them.

          • GeneticsareDestiny

            How come? Did you make your political opinions (that they shouldn’t be there in the first place) public? It’s awful that a company you previously worked for decided to load up on H-1Bs. I hate seeing jobs that used to be high-paying, good jobs that people could support a family on be decimated by lower-wage Indians, Chinese, etc.

          • I didn’t make my political views apparent. I kept those strictly compartmented, private and personal. Oddly, I got on better with the on-loan Japanese engineers from Matsushita, Mitsubishi Materials, Sony, etc. than anyone else at work did. I used to take them and their wives shooting. Shooting is a lot more fun if one has someone else to go to the range with, and reloading cost me almost nothing. Even centerfire rifle ammo like 8mm X 57 Mauser cost about 20 cents a round to reload. I took Japanese language classes and also had them over for dinner; I’m really good at cooking Mexican food.

            With the Indians, it was jealousy. They hated the fact that they had PhD’s and I didn’t, but I drove a new Saturn and had bought a townhouse. They never stopped to consider that I was older and had been working in industry since I quit grad school at CU Boulder in 1990. They were both electrical engineers, and had never worked with a real chemist. My original field was organic chemistry, but I had picked up on metallo-organic work, specializing in tailoring organic ligands for specialized applications. With them, it was basically guesswork. The southern Indian, Narayan was originally neutral on me, but I was brought into a meeting by one of the bosses when they were discussing the use of hexamethyldisilazane as a drying additive for processing. I drew up the chemical reaction with water on the white-board to show that it would produce ammonia and hexamethyldisiloxane. The latter would easily boil away, leaving absolutely no residue. Instead of being happy he was right, Narayan was annoyed that I had explained exactly how it would work, causing no processing problems.

            We had a major problem with SrBi2Ta/Nb2O9, and I explained that bismuth is an oxidation state slut. It readily forms sub-oxides like Bi3O. In a capacitor, this shorts, as one not only has conductive oxygen vacancies, but metallic bismuth also aggregates in the grain boundaries. Both of these will short between the electrodes. Narayan and Vikram ran an experiment that proved I was right, and then didn’t bother telling anyone, lest I find out. I had been tearing my hair out trying to fix the problem, and ended up with a blood pressure of 175/105 when I was 30, placing me well into Stage-2 hypertension territory.

            In Vikram’s case, it was even more curious, because when he inadvertently walked into some jagged scrap metal in the dark while taking his trash to the dumpster outside his apartment, cutting his face open, I was the one who drove him to the doctor.

            Another clue about their jealousy was the fact that they wanted the framed patent certificates removed from the office lobby; my name was on “too many” of them. I have a framed copy of 5,519,234 here in my den, as that one paid for my house.

            I will not ever work with – let alone for – a subcontinental again. That’s not good, old-fashioned “racism”, but several years of miserable experience. I hated working with them, and still detest them. I loved that job, until I didn’t any more, and those wogs were a large part of why.

          • Just an fyi, if you’re not aware, Lhathaway is either completely insane, or an extraterrestrial being unable to function on the same intellectual plane as humans. Trying to counter some of the ludicrous things he says is almost certain to raise blood pressure as youre caught in a kind of endless feedback loop of him responding to you with something even wa kier than the last.

            It’s better for your mental health to just have an internal chuckle when you see one of his little … haiku’s to insanity, and then keep scrolling.

            (Love ya, Lhathaway, don’t stop being you, whoever you are!)

          • Irish

            Thanks for the heads up..I have been a admirer of Pat Buchanan’s since I was a teenager for a whole host of positions he was brave enough to posit.. There have been times in my life, particularly when I was younger when I’d thought that he and I had gone in different ideological paths. Only to later discover I should have deferred to the older, unquestionably wiser man..

  • Ella

    Wilson should sue for damages so that it will send a loud message to these race baiters and press in slandering a person’s reputation and livelihood.

    • Irish

      Zimmerman’s suit against CBS was stronger, and it was thrown out..Those slanderous bastards insulate themselves very well.

  • Light from the East

    For racist reason? Please read the data from FBI. Blacks commit more hate crime toward whites than the reverse, and it is happening every day. But no media mention that. The media in Western nations is broken. I hope more people protest against the media for distorting the truth.

  • Ohmy!

    Holder is a thug in a suit. He may have a law degree, but he is one who doesn’t follow the laws of this country. I look FORWARD to him actually leaving his office. He’s done more than enough damage to our country.

  • NoMosqueHere

    “According to the FBI crime statistics of recent years, though African-Americans are 13 percent of the [US] population, they account for one-third to one-half of all violent crimes.

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    This guarantees many more Fergusons in our future. And the media won’t stop their lies until they actually catch a bad cop.

  • MooTieFighter

    Blacks will NEVER “man-up” and take responsibility for their own failures/mistakes. This is why they also will NEVER have the respect of the majority whites.