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New Micro-Documentary on Ferguson, Michael Brown and Darren Wilson

Real Racism is Supported by Lies #StopTheHate

A new micro-doc lashes out at Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Cenk Uygur, and Rachel Maddow for spreading the lie of “hands up, don’t shoot,” which gave rise to protests and even rioting in Ferguson, Missouri. Not one apology was given to Darren Wilson, the police, or America for fanning the flames of hate and injustice, even after the discovery that Michael Brown never had his hands up, according to eye witness testimony and forensic evidence.

Mr. Brown, after robbing a convenience store, attacked Officer Wilson to the point where he had no choice but to fire his weapon. The Future Money Trends micro-documentary shows that police brutality is real, but it’s not due to racism. Racism is real, but it’s not coming from the police.

The source of racism in America is the media, liberals, and organizations based on skin color, like the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. These are groups that, by name, scream of racism, showing priority and even congressional voting with a heavy bias based on the color of skin. Journalists like Rachel Maddow and Cenk Uygur were eager to spread the lie of hands up, don’t shoot, but neither of them have had the courage to apologize. This goes for the rest of the media as well.

Today, Darren Wilson lives in hiding, due to death threats from across America from people who believe that he shot an unarmed teenager with his hands up. Watch Real Racism is Supported by Lies, and visit to share this new micro-documentary with the people who helped spread the lie of hands up, don’t shoot. It’s time for them to apologize. All lives matter, but if you listened to the race-baiters like Al Sharpton, there is an attack on black men. Police brutality is equal among races, and in the case of death by a police officer, more whites were killed last year than blacks. However, this is a distraction from the fact that any unwarranted physical response from an officer is wrong, no matter what color your skin is.