Monday, November 9, 2015


It's a dramatic stepand one that Butler pledged to maintain until "either Tim Wolfe is removed from office or my internal organs fail and my life is lost." But the issues at the core of his protest didn't gain widespread national attention until a few dozen other students weighed in:  (Namely,) the University of Missouri football team.  

Meet Jonathan Butler, who qualifies under the terms of my definition, as "a Local Malcontent" in Columbia, Missouri.

However, Mr. Butler also qualifies as the next race-baiter, behind the Reverend Jesse Jackson, the Rev. Al Sharpton, or DeRay, because when he sees racism, it therefore must be widespread, it must be condoned by the leader or the head of the community, and along with #BlackLivesMatter, then Mr. Butler's demands must be met.

Especially when he can capture the attention of the Black football players and faculty of the University of Missouri....  the once great', University of Missouri.

Is Columbia, Missouri near by Ferguson, Missouri?  Not geographically, really; but by all indications, Ferguson Missouri is the center of unrest at Mizzou.

Jonathan Butler objects to University president Tim Wolfe's lack of response to "racist, sexist, homophobic, etc., incidents that have dynamically disrupted the learning experience" at Missouri, as he wrote in a letter.

At the very university where just two years ago, Mizzou defensive lineman, the SEC Conference Lineman of the Year,
Michael Sam came out of the closet
as a Black gay man, with all the associated "glory".  Jonathan Butler must want more than still being a graduate student at the university which opened up that awesome, awful Pandora's box of open and honored sexual identity for everyone.  M4M
this campus is on disgustging, homosexual fire...

Mr. Butler, we don't care what or whom any of you go to bed with, SO STOP TRYING TO TELL US ALL, OR SHOW US ALL, OR MAKE US ACCEPT YOU.


But Mizzou president Tim Wolfe must not have celebrated Sam's coming-out enough, or didn't encourage other gay players to come on out, or did not instruct coach Pinkney to recruit more homosexual football players-- nevertheless, Butler got his wish, got his way today, as the University president resigned his post,

for not doing more than any other University president, or any American President does to curb racism.

Can I Protest and Then Get Obama to Resign over His Apparent Lack of Interest?
Heh, heh, I'll hold my breath~

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