Sure, individual black people can assimilate to white culture and fully participate in the first world civilization white people create (and take for granted when they find themselves in a completely white environment), but collectively, black people overwhelm the efforts of even the most dedicated Disingenuous White Liberal - DWL - confounding his noble mission to uplift a racial group permanently grounded by their volition.
First world problems are unique to white people, foreign to black people.
Cities built by white people, crumble when the infrastructure and buildings are inherited by black people through a process known as 'white flight' (more accurately called white abandonment). What remains of white civilization slowly becomes 'blight' in this new world, governed by blacks.
#firstworldproblems routinely is trending on Twitter, though few dare note the extent to which this meme only applies to the white people whose individual contributions (however minute they may seem), collectively create stable communities where civilization can flourish.
The same cannot be said for New Orleans, that 60 percent black city perpetually clobbered by the third world civilization the majority population helps sustain; the problems replete in the black community rarely, if ever, happen in a first world civilization [Gunshot injuries are most life-threatening, most expensive injury a child can endure, study says, NOLA.com, 10-14-2013]:
In New Orleans, news of children injured or killed by gunfire has reached a fever pitch this year. Already, 16 people age 19 and younger have died in 2013 as a result of gunfire, according to records kept by NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune. In all of 2012, the number was 29.
Those fatally injured this year include: Keshawn Bell, 16; Ralphmon Green, 15; Edward Barton, 14; Arabian Gayles, 11; and 1-year-old Londyn Samuels. The 11 others were all ages 17 to 19, which is consistent with the Oregon study.
Those numbers don’t account for numerous children who survived being shot, but whose physical and mental trauma require often intense medical attention. On Mother's Day, 10-year-old Ka'Nard Allen was among 19 who were injured, the second time he had been wounded by gunfire. The first time, it was his birthday and his 5-year-old cousin died. On the afternoon of Oct. 2, a 7-year-old girl was with her mother in Hollygrove when both were shot and injured. She and her mother remain hospitalized, according to police. Four days after those bullets flew, a 4-year-old boy was grazed by another bullet in a Sunday morning shooting that killed his grandmother.All black children - murdered or by black people - representing the type of third world problem rarely present in a first world civilization; worse, it happened again in New Orleans, with a seven-month-old black child gunned down with his black gang-banging father [Man killed with son on CCC got mixed up with wrong crowd, father says, NOLA.com, 11-14-13]:
The 25-year-old man shot to death with his infant son inside a car on the Crescent City Connection was a doting father, but had gotten mixed up with the wrong crowd, his father said Thursday.
Harvey resident Terry Smith, 48, recalled his son Deshawn Butler as a loving father of his 7-month-old son, Deshawn Kinard, but said that last night was not the first time that Butler had been the target of a shooting.In a first world civilization, the father proudly passes his surname down to his son; the grandson will also carry on that proud surname. In a third world civilization, such as the one present in black New Orleans, Terry Smith's son, Deshawn Butler, failed to carry on the Smith surname; likewise, his son, Deshawn Kinard, failed to carry on either the Smith or Bulter surname.
He was shot at outside a Chevron gas station this past July, Smith said.
"He was a good guy but he got into the wrong crowd," Smith said. "I don't know why anyone would do this. I'm destroyed."
"I got 99 problems, but a first-world problem ain't among them..."
In a first world civilization, community adherence to moral codes properly guiding public behavior is as easy as breathing for the first world individual; in a third world civilization, reminding individual citizens of their duty to the greater community good is a constant challenge. ['Thou Shalt Not Kill': A New Street Code for New Orleans, Huffington Post, 12-13-12]:
Some say faith won't cut it when it comes to the murder problem in New Orleans. They say religion is no longer present in most homes. Last year, New Orleans reported 2,748 violent crimes and 200 murders. This year, the city is on pace to meet those homicide numbers for 2012, retaining the sad distinction as the city with the nation's worst per-capita murder rate.
Experts like criminologist David Kennedy, director of the Center for Crime Prevention and Control at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, recently spoke at an anti-violence symposium held at Loyola University New Orleans.
Kennedy says a "street code" is dictating the violence in places like the Crescent City. That code says disrespect should be answered with violence and killing.
We have our own code. Four simple words remind everyone of the most basic and biblical premise of a civil society: "Thou Shalt Not Kill." This fall, the Archdiocese of New Orleans is posting yards signs printed with the words of the timeless commandment. Loyola, with its buildings fronting historic St. Charles Avenue and the iconic streetcar line, has posted the signs on both its campus. This is our street code.
The signs, reflecting our Catholic and Jesuit mission, serve as a call to action. It's a code we can all unite under and a way to support a community in need of peaceful solutions. The signs are reminding us that violence and murder are not the answers to the problems we face.First world problems are not present in the black community; for the black community is only capable of creating the kind of third world problems that are so rare in the white community, their abnormal nature immediately shames all other white people to do something to inhibit it from ever happening again.
Black child gunned down by a black male in New Orleans? We just call that a Tuesday in the black community,where third world problems continue to overwhelm the Crescent City.