Equedia Letter

The Epidemic Hidden Behind Ferguson7 min read

Comments (18)
  1. JED says:

    I do not believe that Policeman targets black teens to shoot them.

    I do believe that the police are scared people who compensate for their fear of people by wearing a badge and carrying a gun.

    I do believe that black teens are perceived by most cops as a nuisance and as thugs.

    Black teens can help themselves by staying in school and get some sort of training after high school vs. buying a pair of Jordans, wearing pants 1/4 the way up their ass and wearing a ball hat any which way from which it was designed to be worn. Then with all that attire to start dealing drugs and killing their friends because they are to Fking lazy to finish their education. That my friends is a recipe for a disaster.

  2. Grady says:

    Orwell 1984 ~ it’s here

    1. Hank says:

      A good book – ANIMAL FARM by George Orwell

  3. Don Benoit says:

    Your article on Nov 30 2014 states a problem but you don’t provide any solutions.

  4. jw says:


  5. mark ross says:

    What’s happening to your famous ECIG stock at 0.62 which you have highlited in several of your news letters in the past 6 months. Its tumbled from $18.00?
    It continues to bleed all over? Any insight as too why or what’s happening?

  6. ed says:

    I am surprised that you are surprised to learn that there is no transparency and that the majority of voters are stupid. Regarding transparency, when has there ever been transparency and honesty when it comes to our politicians. I would argue that there is now greater transparency then there ever has been. The fact that you have access to all the examples of dishonesty by the government shows that there is greater transparency these days. Unfortunately the population continues to be “dumbed down” by our government welfare state. We are no different today than the Roman mob in the coliseum that was given bread and circuses.
    What further proof do you need to show that the majority of voters are STUPID, than the results of the last provincial elections in Ontario, where a corrupt and scandal ridden liberal party with numerous multi billion $ scandals was reelected with a majority. I rest my case.
    The problem is not the government. the problem is the people. We get the government that we deserve.

  7. klooz4u says:

    I was aware long before the grand jury’s disposition that there were 9 whites & 3 blacks on jury. Millions of others were too if they had kept up with the situation on FOX news.

    This teen had record as a troublemaker and it was very apparent of his non-compliance with the law. For this he paid with his life. I don’t believe that in the same situation with any other race, the result would have been any different. Explosive incidents for our police officers can erupt in seconds. Policing isn’t an easy job.

    I do believe the announcement should have been made during daylight hours though.

  8. Chuck says:

    Mr. Ivan Lo, I always look forward to your articles, but I believe it’s worse than we thought. Have you seen this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT0uaZ5Ymeo

  9. Gerard Farry says:

    Gross inequality is the principal cause in problems, issues & concerns
    Civil dialogue is a first step in resolution of problems etc
    Electronic communication is a great distraction to civil discourse
    But crises such as ebola will not be eradicated by electronic communication but it can be an aid nor will ISIS stop beheadings by bribes nor Putin’s kleptogramy by sanctions nor climate change by regulation of coal burning heating & incineration but could have a modest impact. Prayer may be a powerful influence if done with humality.

  10. Leon Naude says:

    I am a white 77 year old South African some of the reports that i
    have seen I DO NOT belief the police officer was wrong The black
    man 18 years old (no longer a teen ager) has a crimanal history

  11. JWW says:


  12. Hank A says:

    Nobody wants to hear the truth…tell them the truth and the get angry at you and call you names. People want to leave in a fantasy world and the government is pretty good at creating it for the people…the laws of demand and supply.

  13. Stewart Lennox @ Washington State USA says:

    Earlier today, I heard one report, on Local News, that a young Bosnian man was attacked by a group of young men that started with a hammer against the body of his automobile. When the driver exited his car to defend his property he was attacked with the hammer. He was then killed by the repeated attacks by the hammer.

    The young men wielding the hammer were “Black” the Bosnian was a “White” man. I watched a series of “leading news & talk shows” and heard nothing other than the Ferguson Issue and comments that reached the unanimous conclusion that change is required of the White Community, American Business, Federal, State & Local Government and the related Political & Law Enforcement Community.

    Is there just one Black Leader that might suggest change in the Black Community? What I do hear is “we must tear this country apart” “Burn it down” “kill all the police” “we must have a revolution” “you have won the first round now we go to round two”.
    And then there is ISIS, or ISIL, if you prefer. “If you will not convert to Islam you must die by beheading”. This is where I must end this small comment tonight and try to find peace in my dreams.

    1. Constatine says:

      Well said. Very well said.

  14. Ed says:

    Interesting that I didn’t see any mass demonstrations across the USA following the acquital of OJ Simpson inspite of positive matching DNA evidence?????

  15. klooz4u says:

    Good point Ed. There was no mass hysteria by any race when OJ Simpson was acquitted inspite of the evidence that should have convicted him. It seems like the Blacks prefer to irritate conflict via racism. I do believe this behavior is most common with uneducated Blacks (and some bleeding whites unfortunately),the Sharptons and the like.

  16. Paul De Lange says:

    The next logical question to ask is when is the US going to get gun control?

    And the answer is simple. Just as Boomercare needed a momentous event like the babyboomers starting to retire en masse without having made sufficient provision for medicals in old age, so gun control needs a momentous event to turn the tide.
    In your article you talk about the growing poor and the rich getting richer on the backs of the poor. So the US will get gun control when the rich start fearing the many poor and big money start to switch to gun control because the rich fear a revolution by the poor.

    But we are not there yet.

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