Monday, May 04, 2015

How Black Racism Fuled The Baltimore Riots

Last week at this time, there were two events taking place in the city of Baltimore, Maryland; the funeral service for Freddie Gray and a riot in response to the arrest that led to the death of Mr. Gray.
OK, I get it.
There are a lot of unanswered questions about the circumstances surrounding the death of Mr. Gray and the six police officers have been variously charged in Mr. Gray's death.
But, fueled by social media, a lot of high school children began a night of wreaking havoc throughout the West Baltimore area. They were joined in by various, sundry forces.
But one thing unified the desperate forces.
Remember, there are five a's in raaaaacism or raaaaacist.
But not the usual flavor of white on everyone not white raaaaacism.
No, it was black against everyone not black raaaaacism.
The reality was not reported in some right-wing rag or the eeeeevvvvviiiiilllll Fox New Channel.
It was reported in this article in The New York Times and it was towards the end of this article. Here's were the leftywhore media got the facts totally wrong if not outright lied about it.
The lefterwhore media made it out to be a grand bargain between well known black gangs the Bloods and the Crips and through in the Black Guerrilla Family to help the police eventually keep order.
Nope. Not at all.
What the Bloods and Crips and the Black Guerrilla Family did was protect black-owned business and direct the marauders to Arab and Asian-owned businesses. And while the article did not say it, I would extend that to white business owners as well.
It is the comments of a member of the Crips gang, Charles, that is so, well, read for yourself:

The young men identified themselves as members of the Crips, Bloods and Black Guerrilla Family street gangs. One of the Crips members, who called himself Charles, wearing a red Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose T-shirt, said the gang members had taken to the street because “there is only so far that you can push people into a corner.”
“We’re frustrated,” he continued, “and that’s why we’re out there in the streets.”
Then he described how he and some Bloods had stood in front of black-owned stores to protect them from looting or vandalism. He said they had made sure no black children, or reporters, were hit by rioters. They pointed them toward Chinese- and Arab-owned stores. Charles said Mr. Gray had brought gangs together.
“I rolled over here on a truck, and I was the only Crip and everybody else was Bloods. And they didn’t do anything to me. We’re together in this.”
Yes, Freddie Gray brought the gang-banger community together. To protect the blacks and let said forces destroy everything else and other groups that served the very black community. And that everything else included a CVS drug store. A recently opened drug store that, thanks to some of these moronic gang-bangers, probably will never rebuild.
So we have to ask the serious question.
Did black leaders and so-called leaders practice raaaaacism?
Sorry but the answer is, yes indeed and in fact.
One cannot use the canard that only those with power, in this case the whites, can be racist. Because in this situation, whites had no control. It was blacks that rioted. It was blacks that was directing the other blacks to not touch black-owned businesses. It was blacks that burned down the CVS store and destroyed or ended 199 other businesses. Businesses that while owned by Arabs, Asians and whites, operated in one of the poorest areas not just in the city of Baltimore, but the state of Maryland and the United States.
But don't worry for the race-hucksters are out there railing about economic, social and any other injustice that they think will stick.
Here is what all of this will have done.
It will keep any business, large or small, from wanting to actually invest in such areas. Whether the social justice warriors like it or not, businesses are in whatever they do to make money. Period. When they analyze where they want to open up whatever, one of the things they look at is potential profitability. And what they will have to spend to make money. If a company or small business looks at such a neighborhood, they will have to spend a substantial amount for protection. Whether it is hiring security officers, having electronic surveillance, a combination of both or other methods, they may be convinced, like it or not, the negative outweighs the potential positives.
The fact of the matter is that one only has to look at South Central Los Angeles and the 1992 Rodney King riots and the fact that in the most affected neighborhoods, there has been no recovery. And if possible, those that can get the hell out of the neighborhood.
This is the result of riot after riot.
But make no mistake. This round of rioting has nothing to do with justice for Freddie Gray. It has all to do with revenge and race superiority.
The revenge is that there are non-black owned businesses in black neighborhoods. And the same reason for the superiority. For if there are more black-owned businesses, the theory goes, then more blacks will be hired from the neighborhood.
The best antidote to all of this is a job. Period.
But the best way to get jobs is for the people in the neighborhood to take the power away from the gangs, the politicians and the race-hucksters. When businesses feel that they can make a profit, they will go into such areas. Small, large and medium sized companies will want to go in, hire locals and everyone should be happy and the once poor neighborhood could be a thriving economic and socially upward community.
Until then it appears that whenever these seemingly inevitable riots occur, blacks will be practicing raaaaacism as they accuse those of doing.

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