Christmas trashed in honor of Michael Brown

Christmas is being trashed to honor Michael Brown.

A thieving, cop-attacking thug is killed, and even Jesus is not safe!

In the spirit of the anti-white, anti-establishment thugocracy running America, a Ferguson protest group called Tribe X has published the Protestor’s Caroling For Justice Song Book.


That’s it. Denigrate Christmas to show even more moronic behavior over the death of a thug.

Here is “Life is Hell” sung to the tune of “Silver Bells”:

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Busy racists, busy racists.
Dressed in KKK style
In the air
There’s a feeling of bias
Bigots laughing
Racists passing
Every mile after mile
And on every street corner you’ll hear
Life is Hell, Life is Hell
It’s a racist time in the city
Ring-a-ling, hear them sing
Slim hope for justice today

Or the “Silent Night” inspired “Trampled Rights”:

Trampled rights, Trampled rights
We are calm, they’re not bright
Round yon Ferguson Gassed and Denied
Bruises from Clubs so Tender and Mild
Please stop the Police
Please stop the Police

I have an idea. Let’s all celebrate Kwanzaa, a holiday started by a black thug. That would certainly be fitting, given the times, and how stupid Liberal blacks think.

One would think that Liberals would consider the death of the two NYPD officers who were ambushed Christmas enough.



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