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Ms. New School lambasted the "old school" when she appeared on CNN's Piers Morgan Show last night.
But it's of the opinion of SBPDL that Ms. Rachel Jeantel and her "Creepy Ass Cracka" identifying deceased friend, Trayvon Martin, represent the same people who currently represent 90 percent of the city Detroit... and are the reason the city is on the verge of declaring a historic bankruptcy.
Salon.com published a hilarious article with the title, White People Killed Detroit, though they quickly changed the title of the piece to that of a question: "Who Killed Detroit?" [Who killed Detroit?: Racial division, suburban exodus and a barren tax base have left one solution: Make the suburbs merge with the city, Salon.com, July 12, 2013].
Salon.com writer Edward McClelland blamed the collapse of one America's former great (no, one of the world's great cities) cities on, of course, white people.
How could we blame the state of the 90 percent black city on it being occupied by people like Rachel Jeantel and Trayvon Martin? Not in a world where people like Mr. McClelland are allotted the only slots to frame public opinion by blaming the absence of white people for the state of the Motor City.
Here's what he wrote:
John Givans, who lives in one of the few remaining sturdy houses near Chene and Ferry, would like to sell out and buy a farm in the country, where the schools are better for his tween daughters, but he doesn’t think his home will fetch enough – the median sale price in Detroit is $11,100.
“The city services out here are nonexistent,” he said. “It’s almost like a farm now. I got rabbits, pheasants, raccoons. If I could get rid of the crime, I’d never leave.”
Since Detroit can’t maintain the accouterments of a modern American city with its current tax base, the most practical solution to its problems is regional consolidation.
Detroit should merge with its suburbs, as Miami, Indianapolis and Toronto did. A megacity composed of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties would contain 3.9 million people, making it the second-largest city in the United States. Detroit could consolidate its police and fire services — which consume nearly 60 percent of its general fund budget — with surrounding departments.
When you look in the face of Rachel Jeantel, you see the reason 90 percent black Detroit is on the verge of a historic bankruptcy
So far, that has been politically impossible, because of black-white resentment and urban-suburban enmity dating back to the 1967 riot, and encouraged by such race-baiting politicians as Detroit Mayors Coleman Young and Kwame Kilpatrick, and Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson. Detroiters didn’t want to share power with the suburbs, and suburbanites didn’t want to share tax revenue with Detroit. Now that Detroit has become a ward of the state, with Mayor Dave Bing’s powers usurped by the emergency manager, the city’s objection is moot. Suburbanites would still resist, but they’d benefit from the efficiency of a single local government, and from a stronger central city, which would make the entire area more attractive to out-of-state business. As for complaints that the suburbs would be forced to subsidize the city’s underfunded-by-$3.5-billion public pension system, well, hundreds of thousands of suburbanites grew up in Detroit, where they were educated by schoolteachers and kept safe by cops and firefighters who are now in danger of having their retirement benefits cut. Moving across 8 Mile Road should not relieve them of all responsibilities to the city they fled.
Unless Detroit and its suburbs start cooperating, Michigan will continue losing jobs, residents and college diplomas faster than any state in the nation.
The most hopeful Detroiter I know is a young Polish-American woman who grew up in the suburbs, graduated from Harvard and, in an act of reverse white flight, bought a Mies van der Rohe condo by the Detroit River. She believes that her generation can bridge the divide across 8 Mile, which is culturally, sociologically and economically even wider than the street’s name suggests.
“The younger generation is not as racially divided,” she said. “A lot of it is pop culture. If you grew up in the ’80s, ‘The Cosby Show’ was on TV. We didn’t fight those battles during and after the riot. We don’t carry those scars.”"The Cosby Show" was a scripted television, with polished black actors playing the part of dutiful token, numinous Negroes, bent on manufacturing a false image of black America that just doesn't exist in reality.
Black Fictional Images, is what we dubbed it.
Follks: the reason 90 percent black Detroit is bankrupt is because city hall is staffed by black people of the same caliber of Ms. Jeantel and Mr. Martin; the reason 90 percent black Detroit is bankrupt is because its tax-base is comprised of people with the same mental acumen of Ms. Jeantel and Mr. Martin; the reason 90 percent black Detroit is in economic and moral shambles, not to mention one of the world's most dangerous cities, is because of people like Ms. Jeantel and Mr. Martin.
Blame white people all you want.
In the face of Rachel Jeantel is the face of the origins of Detroit's woes.
To paraphrase Steve Sailer: "Detroit: What a city with a population of 70 IQ people looks like."