Under The Radar Media

White House Issues Press Release And Statements From President Obama For Michael Brown, But Not For Samantha Ramsey

Posted in Barack Obama, Corruption, Media, Political Correctness, Uncategorized by maasanova on December 3, 2014

Under The Radar Media

Aside from the obvious problem of having a enemy-occupied media, there is also the problem of the controlled media’s willingness to collude with its controlled assets within the enemy-occupied government, when convenient.

While it is not certain if the plan to “eventize” the shooting incident of Michael Brown (while downplaying similar events) came from the Obama Administration, or the Democratic National Committee(DNC), or some American intelligence agency, or from the smokey backroom of some major advertising agency, or some combination thereof, it is certain that the incident was intentionally manufactured to promote the idea of a nation-wide crisis.

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The incident in Ferguson and the aftermath that followed is a textbook case of selective reporting and media control

This theory can be easily verified by examining the cases of the police shooting of Samantha Ramsey and the police shooting of Michael Brown. These were two similar incidents that happened just months apart from each other. The only two differences were that one of the victims was African-American and the other was Caucasian, and one incident was completely blown out of proportion and the other was mostly ignored. Interestingly enough, the Huffington Post let their readers know that the incident involving Samantha Ramsey was a “crime,” while the Michael Brown incident is “political” (see screenshot above).

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President Obama appealed for calm, but ended up stoking the flames of racial tension

On August 18, 2014 President Obama issued a statement on the shooting of Michael Brown and Ferguson, MO; announcing that his Justice Department was going to involved in the promotion of this event. Then on November 24, 2014, the president issued yet another statement on the Ferguson incident.

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President Obama did not issue the following statement on the death of Samantha Ramsey

As you know, a few moments ago, the grand jury deliberating the death of Samantha Ramsey issued its decision. It’s an outcome that, either way, was going to be subject of intense disagreement not only in Boone County, but across America. So I want to just say a few words suggesting how we might move forward.

First and foremost, we are a nation built on the rule of law. And so we need to accept that this decision was the grand jury’s to make. There are Americans who agree with it, and there are Americans who are deeply disappointed, even angry. It’s an understandable reaction. But I join Samantha’s parents in asking anyone who protests this decision to do so peacefully. Let me repeat Samantha’s father’s words: “Hurting others or destroying property is not the answer. No matter what the grand jury decides, I do not want my daughter’s death to be in vain. I want it to lead to incredible change, positive change, change that makes the Boone County region better for everyone.”  Samantha Ramsey’s parents have lost more than anyone. We should be honoring their wishes.

I also appeal to the law enforcement officials in Boone County and the region to show care and restraint in managing peaceful protests that may occur. Understand, our police officers put their lives on the line for us every single day. They’ve got a tough job to do to maintain public safety and hold accountable those who break the law. As they do their jobs in the coming days, they need to work with the community, not against the community, to distinguish the handful of people who may use the grand jury’s decision as an excuse for violence — distinguish them from the vast majority who just want their voices heard around legitimate issues in terms of how communities and law enforcement interact.

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