Black Lives Matter protestors that tried to bring Ferguson outrage to a neighboring white community in St. Charles County, failed to muster outrage despite their best attempts. Last week, a principle Ferguson protestor, Umar Lee, tried to insert himself and the Black Lives Matter movement between residents of the Glen Brook Subdivision in Lake St. Louis, Missouri.
In what started as a neighborhood dispute about barking dogs and noise has escalated into a mini race war in a very small subdivision in the neighboring county of St. Charles. As you can see from these videos, clearly the intent of the protestors was/is to manufacture a racial divide in what they perceive as a “white-flight” community.
Last week, Umar Lee and Co. threatened an organized protest in Lake St. Louis, but the protest turned into a bar-b-q and the turnout was a little low.
Previous racist tactics, by Umar Lee and Co. were to knock on neighbors doors and “interview” them regarding their issues with the Hunter-Butler family. As a result, surrounding neighbors and most of the subdivision have put “No-Tresspassing” signs in their yards.
This UStream video shows the small group walking/protesting along Highway N, in St. Charles County. There are not bike lanes on Highway N. It is a heavily traveled road and the speed limit is 50 miles an hour. St. Charles County police issued a warning to the protestors to not block traffic. There was not harassment by law enforcement.
If you believe the description in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, the subdivision that Maritha Hunter-Butler lives in, with her lesbian partner and two sons is an exclusive, gated community with maids/gardeners and lawn jockeys in every yard. When, in fact, their […]
Umar Lee, a man described by the St. Louis Post Dispatch as an activist/cabbie was fired from his job at Laclede Cab, yesterday, for what Lee said were his “social-justice activities. The dismissal comes after Lee was featured in a Post-Dispatch story about […]
So, you know the basic back story of the concocted claims of racism against a bi-racial lesbian couple in Lake St. Louis, Missouri and how plans are being made to foment allegations of bigotry against a quiet, white suburban community. But what […]
Look Out St. Louis! Ferguson Protests Move To Target White Neighborhood, Lake St. Louis. Could Your Neighborhood Be Next?
In case you were wondering if the unrest in St. Louis, Ferguson especially, was provoked to incite a racial divide and violence, you’re probably on target. St. Louis is about to see another fanning of the flames, and they are targeting the predominantly […]