FERGUSON, MO/USA  AUGUST 15, 2014: Demonstrator at the site of dGroup fighting racism, exploitation, finds it exists only in their own movement

The infamous leftist agitation group ACORN never went away after being exposed for wrongdoing in 2010.

Just ask protesters who showed up in Ferguson, Missouri ready to engage in criminal behavior with the promise of $5,000 checks.

“We know this because some of the protesters haven’t been paid and, now, they are demanding what they were promised,”

FrontPage magazine’s Matthew Vadum reports, “They held a sit-in at the offices of Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE) and posted a demand letter online.”

Ironically, or perhaps fittingly, the protesters are the victims of the very racist power structure they thought they were protesting.

“Early in the movement, non-profit organization MORE, formerly known as the St. Louis chapter of ACORN, and local St. Louis organization ‘Organization for Black Struggle’ created a joint account in which national donors from all over the world have donated over $150,000 to sustain the movement,” they write in a letter of demands posted by Millennial Activists United.

“Since then, the poor black [sic] of this movement who served as cash generators to bring money into St. Louis have seen little to none of that money,” they write, not sensing the irony.

“Furthermore, since the influx of funding has started, poor black people continue to take to the streets all the while losing their homes, vehicles, ability to feed themselves and their families, and suffering from trauma and mental illness with no ability to afford quality mental health services,” they continued, still clueless to the fact their own movement is more racist than the Ferguson police.

“Questions have been raised as to how the movement is to sustain when white non-profits are hoarding monies collected of off [sic] black bodies? When we will [sic] hold the industry of black suffering accountable? The people of the community are fed up and the accountability begins here and now,” they write, more than happy to continue the racist cycle of oppression, only to blame it on their opponents to justify their hold on power.

As usual, the exploitation of the working classes they claim is perpetuated by capitalists, in fact exists only within their own movement.

It’s an epidemic among left-wing groups.

In his book Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Ripping Off and Terrorizing American Taxpayers, Vadum writes:

“[NWRO chief] George Wiley would pay the telephone bill rather than the staff—even though the employees complained that they couldn’t pay their rent,” according to Wiley’s biographers. Wiley expected employees to “live off the land,” like an invading army. They were encouraged to pool resources, get free meals and accommodation, or get onto another organization’s payroll while still working at NWRO.

Perhaps if these rent-a-mobs turned their bricks and pipes on liberals, the world would finally find justice.