May 19, 2015
I don’t know how at this point in the game anyone can hear about 49 people being shot in Chicago in a single weekend and be like “oh my God, those poor Blacks. I wish these racist White people would stop withholding education from them and thus forcing them to behave in this manner.”
As much as the media continues to push that narrative, I think when most normal people here “49 people shot in Chicago in a single weekend,” they think: “what the hell is wrong with these people?”
Chicago’s violent weekend began Friday afternoon when, in the span of three hours, three people were shot in Englewood, another person was wounded in East Chatham and an 81-year-old woman and a relative were hit by gunfire as they sat on a porch in Gresham, taking a break from a wake.
It ended early Monday morning in the South Shore neighborhood when a man was shot and seriously wounded just yards from where one man was killed and another wounded hours earlier.
The gunfire scattered two dozen people who had gathered at the murder scene as police drew their weapons and scanned a vacant lot with their flashlights.
About a hundred yards away, they found a 24-year-old man bleeding from wounds to the abdomen and leg, the 49th person to be shot in Chicago over the weekend.
That high a toll is usually seen during the hotter summer months, but Chicago has experienced a 22 percent increase in shooting incidents so far this year. Through May 10, there were 627 shooting incidents, up from 516 for the same year-earlier period, the police department said. Last year saw shooting incidents rise to 2,084, up nearly 12 percent from 1,866 in 2013.
The Jewish theory is apparently that there is no ceiling on this “look at these victims, why did you do this to them?” narrative, but I just don’t think that is the case. I think the closer this stuff gets to home for the middle class White population, the more and more Negro fatigue is going to set in.
As I have said many times, the only people who claim to like Black people (at least as a group, not necessarily as individuals) are people who have never been exposed to them in their life.
These chickens are coming home to roost.