Sister of Sylville Smith Urges Protesters Burn Down White Suburbs, CNN Reports as 'Call to Peace'

Chris Menahan
Aug. 15, 2016

The sister of the Milwaukee thug shot to death by a black cop after pulling a gun urged protesters to burn down white suburbs rather than "our community," saying "we need our weaves."

"Burning down sh*t ain't gonna help nothin'," Sherelle Smith was heard screaming before dozens of news cameras yesterday.

"You're burnin' down sh*t we need in our community."

"Take that sh*t to the suburbs," she said. "Burn that sh*t down!"

"We need our sh*t! We need our weave! I don't wear it, but we need it!"

[Video via DeeconX on Twitter]

As Paul Joseph Watson notes, the suburbs in Wisconsin are almost entirely white:
Milwaukee is the most segregated metropolitan area in the United States, with whites almost exclusively living in the suburbs.

Between 1950 and 1990 there was a "white flight" from Milwaukee County into Waukesha County and suburbs of Milwaukee.

Smith's call for rioters to stop burning down their own communities is being reported by the media as a rebuke to those behind the violence.

However, in reality she is really just calling for the mayhem to be inflicted on the suburbs, or in other words where all the white people live.
The lying media reported her call for burning down white people's homes as a call for peace:

"Take note of the fraud CNN headline. Ms Smith did not condemn violence, she merely wanted it moved to the suburbs," Rob Ervin ‏notes on Twitter.

Video from CNN, as highlighted by MRCTV, shows CNN selectively edited Smith's call for arson on their broadcast channel as well, once again reporting it was a "call for peace":

I guess in CNN's world a call for killing white people is a call for peace.

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