Sunday, November 23, 2014

Across the tracks from Ferguson, Clayton enlists private army to brace for trouble

The predominantly white residents of Clayton seem convinced that the protesters will take out their anger there, and are hurrying to insulate themselves from the threat with private security firms. Asymmetric Solutions, a St. Louis-based security and intelligence company that is staffed by U.S. special-operations veterans, has been working with companies around the metropolitan area whose assets are valuable enough to justify the firm’s steep rates. A project manager for the company, who asked not to be named, predicts that outside of Ferguson “most of the difficulty will occur in the Clayton area…the bastions of white wealth and privilege.”


oughtsix said...

Where do I sign up?

Anonymous said...

I hope the Marxist protestors get their ANSWERs kicked.
It would be nice if the citizens of Clayton stood up for themselves. But for legal purposes, I can understand using a private security firm.4248

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

money can't buy you love, and all too
often it won't buy "security" either

Anonymous said...

It seems that with the way laws are in place white people can only defend themselves IF they have piles of cash. If you're blue collar white and a bit old fashion (as in defending yourself) i guess you're out of luck. Or is it that these people are just so domesticated that they've forgotten how to defend themselves.

Anonymous said...

During the Rodney King Riots in LA, the tanks and troops didn't roll until the rioters got close to rich, white areas. I have no doubt the same thing will happen in St. Louis. Let the sh#t in their own nest.

Anonymous said...

I just pray that people think. One does not have the right to shoot protestors unless one has a reasonable belief to be in danger. This looks like it could set itself up to be a gun confiscator's dream.