After all, this is a city where the black population is so violent, police have to be called to break up fights between families at funeral homes.
Where the police chief brags about how "Nobody got shot, nobody got beat down, nobody got robbed...nobody got hurt," at an almost exclusively black anti-violence march, as if this is some sort of great accomplishment when a large group of black gather and no instance of spontaneous blackness is registered. [Authorities, residents call for peace at anti-violence gathering in Downtown Indianapolis, Indy Star, July 15, 2013]
Only in a world as crazy as one governed by the political ideology known as Black-Run America (BRA) could the following article be published without a hint of irony [IMPD Chief Hite: 'Come in peace tonight' to Black Expo, Indy Star, July 20, 2013]:
Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Rick Hite issued a message this morning about the enjoyments he’s had during the Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration this week but also asked for cool heads and peace as the event begins its final two days.
Safety has been a concern for the Downtown event as 80 killings have taken place in the city since the start of the year. Hite increased police presence and other safety measures for the Expo. Hite reported few issues last night.
Here is Hite‘s message:
“I want to personally appeal to everyone to come in peace tonight. We had very few problems last night and none associated with the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration. We want the same for tonight. In order to ensure a peaceful day, we have several hundred IMPD officers and other law enforcement partners deployed throughout downtown. Additionally, we have partnered with the Ten-Point Coalition and other faith-based groups, who will patrol downtown carrying a message of peace.
“Everyone is welcome downtown tonight. However, if your intentions are to come down and disrupt this Family Strong Event, we will respond swiftly to eliminate the disruption. I am asking parents to know where their children are at all times and make sure they are properly supervised. The Indiana curfew law will be enforced.
Why can't black people behave by the standards of civility white people have created? If race is a social construct, why is it black people who have to be told to "come in peace" when they gather in mass for an event that is an exposition of their culture and their people?
“Indianapolis is a great city and the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration is an important part of what makes it so great. I look forward to a fun, safe Saturday night. See you downtown!”
|Why are anti-violence rallies exclusively in the black community, normally after this community engages in stereotypically black behavior?|
The new public safety director in Indianapolis has called the murder surge a symptom of "social breakdown," but that does a huge disservice to the communities that aren't seeing such fractures emerge.
It is black dysfunction driving the collapse in Indianapolis, just as it is black dysfunction that is forcing the police chief in Indianapolis to ask people to "come in peace" to tonight's Indiana Black Expo.[Indianapolis murder surge driven by social breakdown, public safety director says, Indy Star, July 12, 2013]:
Troy Riggs, Indianapolis’ impressive and still new public safety director, isn’t exactly a rookie when it comes to crime fighting. His experience before arriving in Indy last year includes helping lead police departments in Louisville and Corpus Christi, Texas.
But Riggs says he’s seen something new and disturbing here: Teenagers — 15- and 16-year-olds — openly defying police, and even coming back to challenge the cops after they’ve been told to knock it off and leave the area.“When I was a kid, you ran from the police — even if you weren’t guilty,” Riggs said. “Now, they’re coming back for more. The pastors (who are working to stop violence in the city’s toughest neighborhoods ) tell me they’re seeing teens who have absolutely no respect for authority.”
What’s driving that defiance, and the violence that eventually rises out of it?
Riggs, in an interview with The Star’s Editorial Board on Friday, pointed to the societal breakdown in large sections of the city as an underlying factor. That breakdown has helped drive the surge in homicides in Indy this year. It’s also a key contributor to an overall violent crime rate, which, although not necessarily worse in 2013, remains unacceptably high.
In the past, most kids had families, neighbors and churches to help keep them in line. That’s often not the case today. In far too many families, fathers are AWOL. The faith-based community doesn’t have the strength — or the respect — it once had. And neighborhoods are collapsing, in terms of infrastructure such as houses and sidewalks, but even more important in terms of engaged and functional neighbors who look out for one another.
So we have a 16-year-old shot to death on a Downtown sidewalk on the Fourth of July. And another 16-year-old gunned down on a playground a few days later. They’re only two of the 68 mostly young, mostly African-American people murdered in our city this year.
What can be done to confront the violence?
In the short term, it’s about triage. Putting more police in crime hot spots. Matching churches with the families of homicide victims to reduce the risk of retaliation. Even feeding people — Riggs said police are running into a lot of hungry people, and the department has plans to launch a program that will provides meals to families in need.Much can be done to confront the violence in Indianapolis.
For the long haul, Riggs talks about trying to hold parents more accountable for their children’s well-being. “We’re looking at laws that allow us to charge adults for the actions of their teens,” he said.
Much can be done to confront the violence at the Indiana Black Expo that requires a huge police presence to ensure a safe event and the police chief warning people to "come in peace."
Understand the violence in the city and the violence at the Indiana Black Expo are manifestation of the type of environment black people create and thrive in.
A complete breakdown in the standard of civility white people create, and a complete refusal to acknowledge and abide the rules, laws and regulations safeguarding that society.
The answer to President Obama's speech on Trayvon Martin, black males and the way society views/stereotypes them should be effectively answered by the (black) police chief of Indianapolis practically begging black people, especially black males, to "come in peace tonight" to the Indiana Black Expo.