A lethal case of poor future time orientation.
|"Primal anger over dubious acts of disrespect"-- the Baltimore Sun's Don Rodricks blames this for killing the city of Baltimore|
Nubian settlers whose DNA held the key to unleashing a far different community than the one reflected in the manicured lawns, safe streets, and thriving economy only possible as an outgrowth of the now departed white population.
Once they drove away whites the city was remade in a black image, with government and city jobs going to employ black individuals in positions no private company could ever hope to reproduce. But the Baltimore that grew around this new black majority, was just an outgrowth of the DNA inherent in each black individual who called the city home. [His gospel preaches teaching, not jailing Corrections chief: At 70, Bishop L. Robinson continues to argue for keeping people in school, not prison., Baltimore Sun, 3-11-1997]:
Bishop Robinson was born Jan. 16, 1927, into a Baltimore vastly different from the one whose citizens he imprisons at alarming rates today.
Back then, you could sit and visit in the courtyard of the McCulloh Homes where he grew up in West Baltimore.
"Nobody was running through the neighborhood with a Tec-9," he said.Maybe now it makes sense ethnic white people "ran like the plague" (White Working-Class Politics in Baltimore, 1940-1980: Behind the Backlash, by Kenneth D. Durr, p. 101) from black people, knowing the truth of this racial transformation would unleash a far less desirable neighborhood/community than the one television would produce in the 1980s sitcom The Cosby Show.
The Baltimore Sun's Don Rodricks' shed some light into the type of community black people created in Baltimore, when he wrote of the plague of "disrespect" that causes far more damage to the city than drug wars. [The insanity of Baltimore's 'disrespect' killings: Verdicts take two killers off street, but how do police prevent such murders?, Baltimore Sun, 1-19-14]: