Champion of “Peaceful Protests” Arrested for Arson, Burglary, Stealing

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A ubiquitous “peaceful protester” in Berkeley and Ferguson St. Louis, Joshua Williams (pictured below) aged 19 showed his true nature last week when he broke into a QuikTrip, set fires inside and outside the store and ran off with some items pilfered from the store.

Josh Williams

Remember when the much-maligned Tea Party did these things? No, me neither.

Despite the fact that medial outlets and store surveillance videos capture him in the act, and despite the fact that they have a full confession from him, his supporters refuse to believe it. They don’t believe the confession and the video is too blurred they say.

“Josh is one of the young activists, and all of us have taken close to him. We got to know his heart, and he got to know ours,” said Bishop Derrick Robinson, of Kingdom Destiny Fellowship International. “He’s a great kid, an educated kid, a child who knows what he wants and is very active in the community.”

Ahhh, a ‘great kid’, aren’t they always?

He was arrested for the crimes on Saturday.

Williams has been confrontational with police and other officials and hangs with Occupiers and has been seen with communist professor Cornel West.

In the photo below, Williams, in the red shirt, is with one Nicholas Austin Jackson and the two of them are shouting down St. Louis police chief Sam Dotson (left) as he tries to give a presentation during the second meeting of the Ferguson Commission in St. Louis on Monday, Dec. 8, 2014.

Williams

The burglary-arson was more of his “peaceful protesting” for the death of criminal Antonio Martin who aimed a gun at a police officer and was appropriately shot to death.

Anyone who protests for Martin will look for any excuse.

Williams has been arrested at least twice before at Ferguson-related protests for refusing to disperse.

He has vocalized his advocacy for “peaceful protests.”

MSNBC did a sicken pro-Williams profile in September in which they described his anguish after screaming at cops: “I just felt like they were trying to get over on us, trying to push us so that we’d react,” Williams told msnbc on a recent afternoon, weeks after that emotional day. “I was really upset. I saw children, little kids getting tear gassed and stuff. I just couldn’t take it.”

He’s a liar too.

Around Berkeley this past week, a Christmas tree was torn up, stores were damaged, and so on, but no one had been arrested as part of the new PC policing our administration wants for social justice sake, at least as it concerns minorities.

Williams is a peace advocate but he wants to overthrow the system:

“I don’t know if most people will get over this or want to get over this,” Williams said, sitting across from the police station earlier this week. “I think we can be better if we can all come together. We might have to come together and show that we can work together and overthrow the system. But we have to come together as one and show them we can be peaceful, that we can do this. If not they’re going to just want us to act up so they can pull out their toys on us again.”

Last week, the ‘great kid’ took out his ‘toys’ and set fire to a Berkeley QuikTrip as part of his faux “peaceful protest.”

St. Louis Today

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