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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 10:43 AM
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the spread of islam in the prison populations and black neighborhoods has somewhat lowered the incidences of black on black crime. this spread and the apparent need for a re-injection of spiritual morality, is because the christians of america, whether black or white, dropped the ball when it came to black communities, and this is because the democrats (who for the last 2 generations have been heavily infiltrated by marxists), have been propagandizing black communities with anti-christian and anti-caucasian racist messages that make the kkk look like amateur racists by comparison.
so when christian groups, containing any white or black people, would try to go into those neighborhoods to evangelize or raise the quality of life standards, they'd be shot, stabbed, brick to the head, baseball batted, etc etc. for being on their turf or interfering with the hood's drug cartels.

i'm pretty sure britian and rome have long since enrolled the aid of the marxists and marxist strategy for taking over countries, and having a thriving drug cartel is not against their sensibilities either. apparently. either that, or i've read too much ats. lol




posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 10:47 AM
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It's the Joker syndrome again.



The 70 victims of Aurora, the 20+ victims of Newtown...don't misunderstand me here, I'm not demeaning the value of those lost lives. My point here is that dozens die every day in Syria and Africa and the Middle East and in China and in Mexico from famine and disease and violence...hell, we've got dozens dying every week in Chicago and Flint and Detroit and Los Angeles. And most of them barely make the local news.

You get shootings like these, and suddenly everyone is in an uproar. Only now do we want gun control. Only now do we want help for mental patients left on the streets. Only now do we want Congressional action to amend the mistakes made with people who need serious help.

Why only now? Why not five years ago? Why not ten? Why did it take this long? Why is it STILL taking this long?

I feel that Heath Ledger says it all.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 10:50 AM
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That is how you feel. That does not mean you are in the majority. One only has to listen to rap music to see the romanticizing of violence in the inner cities. Youth of all races listen to rap music. I wish it were all as simple as you say it is.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 10:58 AM
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In the article the OP copied, the author specifically states that there is no outrage over the deaths because they are caused by black on black violence. By including the phrase, "nobody cares" in the title it implied that the OP agreed with the article's reasoning.

I live in a city where we hear about this all the time too, and it effects us all. Like your city, the deaths continue and I am sorry that we live in that kind world. The point I was trying to make is: the OP, as well as this article, are directing this to the public when it should be directed towards government officials and we should be holding them accountable.
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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:01 AM
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I dont think anything i said was at all simple.

I'm talking about people who are deeply troubled. You cant blame it on any one thing as you single out rap music. Which i do not agree that you should let children to listen to these things..

But that goes back to their society! That is how they live.

I am sorry if i offended any with this next comment..

But lets look at celebrities that have come from the ghetto.
Lets start with snoop dogg he has been promoting drug use in the mainstream media. he doesn't see anything wrong with it because it was how he was raised and the community he grew up in.

Now lets see lil wayne he grew up in new Orleans were there was still segregated areas and street violence and drug use. No wonder why he got caught with guns in his tour bus. because he thought it was ok that was how he grew up.

What color is the grass? Green right?

But what if all your life you lived in a community where they said that color was purple.. Nothing anyone could say would be able to convince you that that color was in fact green.

But if someone came into your distorted color community and started to change the way you perceive things that community would eventually start to say hey maybe that color is green.

And that is why these inner city neighborhoods need support to change the way they are because the life they lead is the only life they know!

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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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If the OP's topic header is true,
then why didnt potus even mention anything when had the change before the nation, weeks ago?

He shed fake crocodile tears for the 'white' CT massacre, only?
Guess barry's showin his true colors?



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:03 AM
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I live in the hood and took the day off yesterday just because. I heard more sirens than I've heard in months come to find out 3 robberies and 2 shootings within 4 hours. All suspects were arrested within minutes. Thats why prisons are full of minorities.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:08 AM
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Originally posted by mikell
I live in the hood and took the day off yesterday just because. I heard more sirens than I've heard in months come to find out 3 robberies and 2 shootings within 4 hours. All suspects were arrested within minutes. Thats why prisons are full of minorities.


Prisons are full of minorities because there were 3 robberies and 2 shootings within 4 hours?

Can i ask you a question since you live directly in the "hood" As i only live close by.

Can you honestly say its the crime in your community that makes it bad? Or is it the community that is bad and that's why there is so much crime?



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by mandy1love
reply to post by TDawgRex
 


The point I was trying to make is: the OP, as well as this article, are directing this to the public when it should be directed towards government officials and we should be holding them accountable.
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Maybe it's time that "we" the people direct this towards the Gov't. Otherwise, it's just a news story that garners little attention.

That's how it is supposed to work anyways.

I always cast a juandiced eye when the Gov't is the one trying to attract the peoples attention...rather than the other way around.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:15 AM
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Originally posted by jimmiec
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While i see your point about mass murders not being related, i also see the relationship of guns and gangs. The citizens arm themselves to protect themselves from these gangs etc. If America did not feel the need to be armed to protect themselves and their families there would be far fewer guns in America. The fact is that there were fewer than 400 deaths attributed to rifles in America in 2011. The gun legislation proposed on assault type weapons will not do anything to curb mentally ill people from committing mass murder. It is a foggy issue that really has little to do with guns in general.


I used the 2nd amendment as an example for how public opinion does not matter to the powers at be, not to derail the post into an argument over gun control. I am pro guns, so I'm not even sure why you brought this up.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:18 AM
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Originally posted by minnow
If the OP's topic header is true,
then why didnt potus even mention anything when had the change before the nation, weeks ago?

He shed fake crocodile tears for the 'white' CT massacre, only?
Guess barry's showin his true colors?


from what i can tell, it's because the demo-marxists use the plight of the blacks to slowly force government slavery on everyone. this guy is indicative of what happens when racists get ahold of a community. you aren't an individual, you are a skin color.




posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:20 AM
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A young black man of 15 who's parents were both professional; Mom worked in a large H.R. department and Dad was a chemist for an oil company came over one day and asked to speak with me. We sat on the back porch and I could tell he was troubled and rather upset. Kid said he had a problem at school..I knew he was making very good grades and had never heard he was having problems so I asked, "What's up"?

He was having trouble with a group of black kids who continually harassed him about wanting to be White....Every time he received an award or was recognized for doing well on a test or science project he was attacked verbally. "Hey, you think you special, huh, you think you gonna get a job for some cracker company; fool"? He made it sound really bad and to be honest I had never considered that type of harassment...

My response was, " youth is not easy especially if others of your age want to bring you down to their level. You know better than to believe their stupid comments because all you have to do is look at Mom and Dad, your house, clothes and life style. When I went to my first reunion ( 20 year high school ) it was funny that many of the ones who thought they were cool and had it all figured out in high school just did not have a very good life, if measured by material things".

I told him the best revenge will be when he has his first high school reunion and has made something of himself while the ones who want you to be like them will probably not even show up; no money, dead, jail, whatever?

The young man went on to get a Civil Engineering Degree and the last I heard from his parents he was employed, married with 2 kids....Did I have something to do with his sucess...No not really but it made him think there are others on his side who wanted him to suceed besides Mom (who was a real fire bran) and Dad.

When young and you see people with money and things you think you want or need it is easy to slip into the trap of gang banger cool...regardless of race..

Some in the black community, for whatever reason, are trapped in a welfare state and a culture of being something other than Black if they try to succeed in education. Racism amongst blacks against blacks is every bit as bad and destructive as some red neck you read or hear opening their pie hole...
I have heard some blame a form of tribalism because they don't have any other answer yet tribalism can effect all races...any where in the world.

Myself I blame idiots, regardless of their color who can not see what type of future they are creating for themselves, families or children..

Like it or not money is power. When you go to work for some employer they indirectly tell you what type of car, clothes, house, food, and life style you will have by the amount of money they pay you for your labor.

If I am a company do I hire someone who has a proven track record of success/education and will be an asset or someone who thinks they deserve a job because they are alive? Life is tough enough without starting down the wrong path because, sometimes you can get so far down a side track the main road can never be found again.

Natural selection is alive and well but not always recognized for what it is.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:20 AM
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I completetly agree with you on that!


Until we rise up and demand change, we will be forced to live in fear.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:21 AM
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Can you honestly say its the crime in your community that makes it bad? Or is it the community that is bad and that's why there is so much crime?


That's the question isn't it? Is it the community that makes crime? Or is it the crime that makes the community bad?

Neither one, nor the other. It's the people. People commit crimes. ...and they form the community. So, your answer is both.

People choose to make their community "bad" or "good". There are some outside factors that play rolls, but ultimately it comes down to people. As they make, so, too, can they change it if they choose to.

We can support all we want, but ultimately it's up to them, whoever/whatever the community problem is, to change it. Whether it's crime, or blight, or street repairs...whatever it is, it's up to the people to change it.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:23 AM
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Who are you to speak for me? I care about all life but yes unfortunately this is something that we have all grown accustomed to knowing, gang members kill people every day sometimes they kill innocent bystanders too.
Short of martial law what can be done?
Stop assuming that no one cares because they are black. Write your governments and tell them to start more programs for homeless teens, schooling for gangmembers, help them get jobs and maybe continue their lifes without violence.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:26 AM
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Very thoughtful insight!!

I suppose you could apply that general theory to all communities and all problems in said communities. If you don't have a voice you wont be heard.

This is a very huge problem and its been one in my area for quite sometime.

It's nice to see people taking an interest in topics many shy away from!



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:26 AM
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The facts speak for themselves....maybe Obama can make a plea for the black community to disarm and see how well that goes (while he is at it ask the mentally ill and other criminals to do the same).



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:29 AM
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Originally posted by brandiwine14
Who are you to speak for me? I care about all life but yes unfortunately this is something that we have all grown accustomed to knowing, gang members kill people every day sometimes they kill innocent bystanders too.
Short of martial law what can be done?
Stop assuming that no one cares because they are black. Write your governments and tell them to start more programs for homeless teens, schooling for gangmembers, help them get jobs and maybe continue their lifes without violence.



I could not have said that better myself! America was founded upon democracy and the constitution, so it is up to us to make our voices heard.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:32 AM
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Realistically speaking its not always gang bangers that are killing and shooting and its not always gang bangers that are being shot and killed. if anyone lives in the inner city or is really aware of what goes on, one would understand that every black on black murder may not always be gang related. If you want to add in stupid arguments, terrority disputes, or drug related murders then you may have a more valid point. The fact of the matter is there is a crisis going on the in the inner city and people are being murdered by guns but to invalidate that issue because it's "gang related" as many of you say is pure ignorance.

It's easy to not care because we've become numb and the media does a great job numbing us but I have a higher probability of being shot in the inner city than someone in an affluent part of town. That is the reality but it wont bother most folks until those probabillities increase and spill over into your neighborhoods. Then it will become an issue for many.



posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 11:43 AM
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Not all black youth killed by gun violence are thugs. Sometimes its a stray bullet and others a thuggish person has a dispute with a normal person and the thug resorts to shooting. I would also question the percentage if black males convicted of murder as the criminal justice system is stacked against them thus I'm sure there are many innocents thrown in the mix.


 
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