NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley Says Ferguson Grand Jury Got it Right, Looters Are Scumbags … “If it Wasn’t for the Cops We would be Living in the Wild, Wild West in our Neighborhoods”


Last week Charles Barkley had an interview on Philadelphia radio 97.5′s “The Fanatic,” that all need to listen to, especially blacks and the media.

Never one to hold back and speak his mind, not caring about public opinion or political correctness, Charles Barkley schooled host Mike Missanelli on the facts of the case and that the Ferguson grand jury got it right in not indicting police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Sir Charles first discussed his past comments about “brainwashed blacks” holding back black people. Then went into the Ferguson situation and called the looters “jackasses”. Barkley said, “those aren’t real black people, those are scum bags.” He went on to say that the media never covers stories of black people in a positive light, only the negative ones. Charles has a point. Barkley ended the interview with, “there is no excuse for those people burning down people’s businesses”

It is a must listen to interview … Charles Barkley is the voice of reason.

Charles Barkley


“I can’t believe anything I hear on television anymore, and that’s why I don’t like talking about race issues with the media anymore because they love this stuff and lead people to jump to conclusions. The media shouldn’t do that. They never do that when black people kill each other.”

“We have to be really careful with the cops because if it wasn’t for the cops we would be living in the wild, wild west in our neighborhoods. We can’t pick out certain incidentals that don’t go our way and act like the cops are all bad. Do you know how bad some of these neighborhoods would be if it wasn’t for the cops?”

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    6 Responses to “NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley Says Ferguson Grand Jury Got it Right, Looters Are Scumbags … “If it Wasn’t for the Cops We would be Living in the Wild, Wild West in our Neighborhoods””

    1. A Texas Grandfather on December 2nd, 2014 1:14 pm

      Charles is right. He is speaking out about the bad behavior in black communities as he should. Maybe he and others like him who can get to media will begin to make a difference and kill the old 1960′s mantra that Jessie Jackson,Al Sharpton and others like them spew.

    2. kashekamon on December 3rd, 2014 7:19 am

      Charles Barkley got it right! I applaud him for speaking the truth.

      Protestors have distorted the truth. They act like a pack of hungry wolves wanting to hunt and shred flesh. It’s so plain and simple, someone surrendering does not put his fist in the air and reaches down into his pants like he has a weapon and charges the police. They stand still with their hands up. Brown was not surrendering.

      Eyewitness #10 told the truth, he was in an ideal focus point close by and saw the whole thing and then told the police; identical to what Darren Wilson said. The eyewitness is an African American.

      Why aren’t they protesting against 93% of blacks kill other blacks, black young gangs are beating up white kids and beating up elderly people and stealing from them.

    3. kashekamon on December 3rd, 2014 7:41 am

      Nancy Grace is criticizing Darren for expressing his feelings when attacked by brown. He said he felt like a 5 yr old against Hulk Hogan. Well I guess so, Darren is seated in the police car and brown is hovering over the top of him, brown was 6’4″, weighed 292 lbs and half of his body was in the police cruiser. She needs to get a grip on what happened.

    4. kashekamon on December 3rd, 2014 10:07 am

      Protesting blacks are instilling threats, fear and causing unsafe conditions for the rest of society. And it has to stop. This could end up in major gun fire.
      Protesting inside a mall where hundreds of people are trying to do their Christmas shopping, people ran for safety, businesses had to close their gates. Putting peoples lives in danger by laying down on the expressways. Looting is encouraged by the protesting. This is not peaceful protesting because of the trouble its producing. Protestors should of stayed home when the verdict was announced in Ferguson. Instead they saturated the streets providing a shield for looting, burning of buildings, setting cars on fire, breaking windows, glass all over the place, destroying the city. It’s creating even more of a racial divide lead by eric holder, obama, jackson, sharpton and other ugly and trouble causing racists.

      When you have a President who claims he is black…NOT… who’s agenda is promoting racism this is what happens. obama and eric holder know how to manipulate the stupidity of the blacks.

    5. caribbean on December 3rd, 2014 6:58 pm

      I had the pleasure of meeting Charles on multiple occasions back in the 90′s at fund raisers for my University, VCU. He was always the gentleman, full of funny stories, and most often the center of attention at various social events. He volunteered his time at many many events to raise funds for our basketball team, taking time from his busy pro basketball schedule to attend. I respected him then and am not surprised at his recent comments. He has made similar statements in the past. He has always been a straight shooter, telling it like it is. For this, I luv him. Keep up the good work and the honest evaluations Charles. I just know that Sonny Smith is smiling at you from Alabama. Know that your VCU friends always support you. See ya at the NCAA tournament.

    6. Charles Barkley Says on CNN, “We Never Talk About Race Until Something Bad Happens” | Scared Monkeys on December 4th, 2014 10:56 am

      [...] an interview with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin, Charles Barkley defended his previous comments that he said regarding the no indictment grand jury decision in Ferguson, the police and rioters. [...]

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