|"And If we keep standing for this, we are going to be some straight bitches..." and "She was just there" is the reason Hadiya Pendleton was gunned down by two black guys in Chicago|
The gunman in the slaying of Hadiya Pendleton told police he was in the middle of a three-year battle with a rival gang when he opened fire at a South Side park and hit the 15-year-old who "had nothing to do" with the feud, according to prosecutors."If we keep standing for this, we are going to be some straight bitches."
"She was just there," Michael Ward, 18, told police after he was arrested with Kenneth Williams, 20, prosecutors said during a hearing where both were denied bail.
Williams told witnesses he and Ward were driving around on Jan. 29, looking for members of a rival gang that had killed one of Ward's friends, according to prosecutors. Williams had also been wounded by a rival gang member last summer, police said.
"Ward stated that his gang and the rival gang had been shooting at one another since 2010. [Ward] stated that when the rival gang killed one of his friends, he thought, 'If we keep standing for this, we are going to be some straight bitches,' " prosecutors said.
|"The river of
blood that washes the streets of our nation flows mostly from the bodies
of our black children.." said Harry Belafonte to the NAACP Image Award crowd. Then why not just disarm black people, Mr. Belafonte|
That is the reason two black guys in Chicago, not far from the Obama's Chicago home, shot Hadiya Pendleton.
Now, let's look at the words of Harry Belafonte at the 2013 NAACP Image Awards, where he blasted white America fighting for their constitutional rights to bear arms as the reason black people are creating "rivers of blood" in cities like Chicago:
The group most devastated by America’s obsession with the gun, is African Americans. Although making comparisons can be dangerous, there are times when they must be noted. America has the latest prison population in the world. And of the over 2 million men, women, and children who make up the incarcerated, the overwhelming majority is black. We are the most unemployed, the most caught in the unjust systems of justice, and in the gun game, we are the most hunted. The river of blood that washes the streets of our nation flows mostly from the bodies of our black children. Yet, as the great debate emerges on the question of the gun, white America discusses the constitutional issue of ownership, while no one speaks of the consequences of our racial carnage. (Applause)
The question is, where is the raised voice of black America? Why are we mute?
Where are (Applause) Where are our leaders? Our legislators? Where is the Church?Mr. Belafonte, black people are responsible for the gun violence in the black community; disarming white people is not the answering to ending the "river of blood that washes the streets of our nation" -- that black people have access to guns (legal or illegal) is the reason cities like Baltimore, Detroit, Birmingham, Memphis, St. Louis, and Philadelphia are seeing so many neighborhoods turn to "blight" as white flight leaves black people in charge of the political and economic life of the city.
Mr. Belafonte, a black 18-year-old named Michael Ward killed Hadiya Pendleton because, "If we keep standing for this, we are going to be some straight bitches."
White America is nothing more than "straight bitches" (to borrow Mr. Ward's term) for tolerating black criminality and black dysfunction that makes Detroit and much of Chicago unlivable.
You want to end gun violence in America? Well, Guns, Blacks, and Steel provides the answer: disarm black people in America. Gun violence in the black community would end, since it's black people pulling the trigger...
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