Lovely. There are clearly some sinister elements which are trying to incite violence over Ferguson and this will probably get worse before it gets better.

Nathan Rubbelke of the College Fix reported.

Leaflet tells St. Louis students to ‘take Amerikkka if the murdering pig walks’

Communist handout encourages St. Louis students to help shut campus, city down in wake of grand jury verdict

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Students at Saint Louis University were handed a communist leaflet as they walked between classes Wednesday afternoon that declared “if the murdering pig walks, AMERIKKKA must be brought to a halt.”

The leaflet was distributed by two individuals associated with the Revolutionary Communist Party on Grand Boulevard, a busy street that intersects with the university’s quad and splits the two ends of the urban campus.

“If the decision is announced at night, the next day should be a day of NO BUSINESS AS USUAL at schools,” the leaflet stated. “Buildings on campus should be taken over, classes should become teach-ins on police murder of Black people. All this and more should be done.”

Its author is listed as Carl Dix, national spokesperson for the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. It called for individuals to “pour into the streets” if Officer Darren Wilson is not indicted.

“Major streets and highways should be blocked and traffic should be unable to proceed on bridges and tunnels,” the leaflet reads. “Professional athletes should join the response by refusing to play. Musicians should cancel appearances.”

An individual involved with the leaflet told The College Fix in an email that they “passed the leaflet out at SLU because college students have an opportunity to dig deeply into the reality that we live in a society that’s rooted in exploitation and oppression.”

“There’s every indication that a decision from the grand jury in Ferguson will be announced in the next few days allowing the cop who murdered Mike Brown to walk free. This would be a total outrage and must be met with resistance,” said the individual, who identified himself as F. Johnson.