Ferguson, St.Louis Violence Continues: Protesters Warn “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised”

Ferguson, St.Louis Violence Continues: Protesters Warn “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised” (ZeroHedge, Aug 11, 2014):

A day of protests and vigils Sunday over the death of Michael Brown, a black teenager who was killed (allegedly shot 8 times) following an altercation with a Ferguson police officer, turned violent overnight with reports of riots and looting… and the violence is continuing today. As the following images suggest, there was a lot more bubbling under the surface of middle America than concern about one young man’s death as Ferguson’s full SWAT team is in force. As one young protester screamed, “the revolution will not be televised.”

 

1 thought on “Ferguson, St.Louis Violence Continues: Protesters Warn “The Revolution Won’t Be Televised”

  1. We won’t televise it, so give up. Voices of dictatorship.
    We still have the Internet.
    Thanks to our engineers, we have alternatives to the Internet in the making.
    You cannot stop the truth. Truth is true, and you cannot block it out by keeping it off TV.
    Look at Fukushima. They have kept a blackout on that story, yet people and animals are dying. Can they deny that, too? How long can the denial and lies continue?
    After a while, nobody believes a thing they are told. They must see to believe. Then, what do they do?

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