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Perhaps the Riot Queen Can Explain Things to the Widow?

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The Ferguson riots that have spilled over to Saint Louis have claimed a life.

 

 

 

While heading home from a bar in St. Louis around 1:15 a.m., Begic, his newlywed wife and a friend had their vehicle surrounded by a group a teenagers who began banging on it. When Begic stepped out of his car to confront them, he was yelled at and struck with hammers in his head, abdomen and face, leaving him fatally injured. He died hours later at St. Louis University Hospital. After the assault, the teenagers ran away.

His wife of six months, after witnessing her husband’s death, said, “The last thing he did before he actually died was pull me out of the way and put himself in front of me, basically giving up his life for me.”

The friend in the vehicle, Suad Nuranjkovic, 49, said at least five teens started banging on the car. Nuranjkovic got out, ran and hid in a parking lot across the street during the attack. He said, “I was afraid that if one of them had a gun, they were going to shoot me, so I didn’t know what to do.”

Another Bosnian resident of St. Louis, Seldin Dzananovic, 24, said the teens had approached him about an hour before they attacked Begic, but he was able to fight them off with only minor injuries. He said, “I’m just lucky, God is on my side.”

Begic’s family has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for funeral expenses.

Go here to read the rest.  May the gallant soul of Mr. Begic even now be enjoying the Beatific Vision.  Perhaps the Riot Queen, go here to read all about her, could explain to the widow why her husband had to die?

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Donald R. McClarey

Cradle Catholic. Active in the pro-life movement since 1973. Father of three and happily married for 35 years. Small town lawyer and amateur historian. Former president of the board of directors of the local crisis pregnancy center for a decade.

14 Comments

  1. Opps. I was angry. No I’m not an Darwin follower. I’ll keep the family in my prayers. The young punks too.

  2. This is what an increasingly Godless society looks like. Mobs. It is simply lynching in another era.

    Welcome to our decaying society. We ain’t seen nuthin’ yet.

  3. I keep hearing liberal sacs of excrement (I repeat myself again) talk about “white privilege.” Is this what they mean by “white privilege”?
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    I bet they won’t hold any riot in this dead white man’s honor.

  4. The Bosnian Muslims who have settled in St. Louis (the largest such community in the U.S.) are by and large regarded as good, hard working people and are NOT receptive to the jihadist crap that some other Muslims in America peddle (probably because they had enough of war in their homeland). But just from looking at these news clips, it’s obvious that you DO NOT want to mess with them, and if these, ahem, “youths” were out looking for white people to pick on, they picked the wrong ones….

  5. What would she say if it were her husband? People have lost their heart and joy to communicating the smiley face and heart shape expressions.

  6. Very very awful. Lord….for their own final eternal good, crush each of these criminals here before death with that wheel of justice that “grinds exceeding small” and bless St. Louis with their capture.

    Deuteronomy 32:39Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (DRA)
    39 See ye that I alone am, and there is no other God besides me: I will kill and I will make to live: I will strike, and I will heal, and there is none that can deliver out of my hand.

    Hebrews 10:31Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition (DRA)
    31 It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.

    Both Testaments take note of His justice in this matter of His hands.

  7. “Inciting riots used to be a crime”

    It still is, though it’s pretty hard to convict anyone of it. Probably the most famous such case in the U.S. was the “Chicago Seven” (originally the “Chicago Eight”; one defendant, Bobby Seale, ended up having a separate trial) who were tried in 1969-70 on federal charges of crossing state lines to incite rioting at the 1968 Democratic Convention. The trial itself degenerated into a media circus and attracted numerous protesters, and although 5 of the defendants were found guilty of the riot conspiracy charge, their convictions were overturned on appeal.

    Meanwhile, there are reports that Michael Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, is being investigated for possible incitement to riot charges based on his “Burn the b**** down!” cry after the grand jury announcement was made, but I highly doubt that will go anywhere, for obvious reasons (i.e. charging him with inciting a riot would in and of itself probably incite yet another riot)

  8. I read it here, heard it last night on Savage’s radio program but precious little elsewhere. Ferguson, on the other hand, is everywhere non-stop. Watching the split-screen of Obama equivocating while Ferguson burned brought Nero to mind. We are descending into paganism. There is no governing a society that has lost the family. My mind wanders, Dozens of thoughts vie for expression. “Be angry but sin not.” Be angry but sin not”. May Mr. Begic rest in peace and God console his widow.

  9. The most important point in all this is who REALLY is at fault. The teens that were riled up by the media frenzy of Furgeson or the media who actually made a martyr out of the Brown and popularized the violence, covered the rioting and violence as if it were the white police officers fault. Oh, we can’t forget President Obama’s encouragement to the violence black against white (or korean or hispanic).

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