Until this age comes crashing down.
|The Newark World Order: began when the black insurrection wasn't put down in 1967 with violence|
We will celebrate the halcyon days when they reappear [Newark records first homicide-free month in more than 40 years, NJ.com, April 1, 2010], but understand it was wave after wave of unskilled black people arriving from the south that sealed Newark's fate [Cory Booker’s Battle for Newark, City Journal, Spring 2007].
Trying to put a band-aid on the deep gash upon reason that racial un-realities have unleashed has only ensured the wound can never, ever heal. Newark Mayor Cory Booker, upon taking office, lamented the growing industry for 'mourning souvenir' the black population produces [A Bleeding City, Seeking More Than a Band-Aid, New York Times, May 21, 2006]:
Packed into Whigham Funeral Home last week, hundreds of them, many wearing T-shirts emblazoned with the image of a smiling Kelvin Kelley, loudly wept or listened, numb, as preachers, relatives and friends spoke about the death of a young man who had dreamed of being an actor.Don't grow too tired yet, Booker-man [ 10 murders in 10 days in Newark, ABC Newark, 9-5-13]:
When Marques-Aquil Lewis, an 18-year-old antigang worker, took the microphone and urged the mourners to rally against violence at a downtown park, the crowd applauded. "We've got to stop the killing," he said, turning toward the coffin, "because I'm tired of putting pictures of black brothers on T-shirts."
A 14-year-old boy was fatally shot in Newark Wednesday evening, making him the city's 10th homicide victim in the last 10 days.
The incident happened at the Riverview Terrace Housing Complex on Riverview Court, where the boy lived. Police identified the victim as Ali Rajohn Eric Henderson, who was gunned down in the courtyard area.
Friends and family members of the victim have been gathering and lighting candles at the scene.
No motive has been identified in the shooting, although sources have told Eyewitness News that a large amount of heroin and weapons were found inside the 14 year old victim's bedroom.
Most of the 10 murders over the last 10 days have taken place in the South Ward, and police say many are linked to drugs or gangs. This shooting took place near the east end of the city, at a troubled housing complex.Newark was 95 percent white in 1910; today, the city is 11 percent white, a majority black city renowned for its unbelievable rates of violence and the dearth of anything that can remotely be described as 'civilization progress'.
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But who is it committing all the murder and mayhem in Newark?
Black people [Newark Mayor Touts Five-Year Crime Decrease,NJTVOnline.com,1-25-2012]:
“My experience is that a lot of killings still be going on, a lot of people are still getting robbed, and a lot of people are losing their family members,” said Newark resident Jamar Carney.
Booker noted that 80 percent of murder victims in Newark are black men, in their late teens to early twenties, recently released from prison, which also reflects the demographics of their killers. The mayor said he plans to announce new initiatives intended to address that startling statistic later this year.You can whine and moan that Newark's stop-and-frisk initiatives target blacks, or you can realize the migration of black people to New Jersey's largest city cemented its fate.
Never forget: the idea of Black Power is the equivalent of detonating an Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) high above whatever city such a political movement gains power over.
Newark has been in regression every day since.