The attacking of businesses is nothing new, nor is the attacking of white people by roving bands of blacks in Louisville.
It's just black people being... black.
In a city where "senseless arguments" routinely end in one black male killing another black person (community activist Chris 2X claims "no one has a blueprint to solve the homicide issue"; obviously he's never entertained the notion one day white people might realize violence, dysfunction, blight, and property value devaluations are courtesy of the black population and do something about it to protect their civilization), 200+ black people - those oh-so-scary teens - rioting and attacking random whites is a pretty big news story.
|Dozens... Scores of Obama's Sons and Michelle's Daughters enrich Louisville over the weekend in a 200+ black riot|
Louisville's sociopathic white mayor (our political and business system rewards those who embrace the Black-Run America narrative), Steve Fischer, was quick to grovel at the feet of the black community and the 200+ black storm troopers who brought the city to its knees over the weekend.
His open letter to the residents of Louisville calls upon parents, community and religious leaders (since there exists no cohesive white community - agitating, lobbying and fighting for their interests - in any city in America, we know he speaks of blacks) to be responsible... whatever that mean words means to the black community, responsibility to the black community and shielding it from criticism is the first and foremost goal in mind.
As is the case in cities like Milwaukee, Indianapolis, and Chicago, all of the inhabitants of Louisville must be punished for the actions of black people (do you understand why Jim Crow existed now?). Here's what WDRB out of Louisville reported:
The city will increase police presence downtown, monitor problematic gatherings on social media, encourage the community to report potentially dangerous situations and ask community leaders to address violence with teens and their parents, the letter stated.
"The victims of the weekend chaos were both white and black, young and old and regardless of who they are or where they live they deserve to have their perpetrators brought to justice," Mayor Fischer wrote.
"We are a great city full of good citizens who deserve to feel safe wherever they are."Fischer added that the community must work together and be "decisive, thoughtful and broad-ranging" in their response to the violence.
In his appearance on WDRB News, the mayor also responded to the potential of vigilante justice from concerned citizens.
"Now is the time where people are justifiably upset, but you've got to be calm and collected, and go about business and let us put in our action plan at the same time. Any type of extreme behavior is not going to be helpful for the city. That's what led to this problem in the first place. The last thing we need is adults acting that way," Mayor Fischer said.The urban terrorism - all of which was perpetrated by blacks - that brought the Louisville community to a standstill this week (even Bill O'Reilly reported on the violence, noting it wasn't racial...) is the same type of violence that compelled white people to flee cities like Gary, Detroit, Baltimore, Birmingham, Atlanta, Newark, and Camden.
Now is not the time to be calm; now is the time to realize our elected officials, especially mayors in cities where disparities in crime exist - because the black individuals there collectively commit the bulk of the murder, rape, theft, and violent crime - are actively working to ensure no blowback occurs to the advancement of the Newark World Order (NWO) plan/agenda.
|Not making this up: Louisville's chief of community building, Sadiqa Reynolds. She was quick to note the 200+ black people rioting in Louisville wasn't racial... they attacked blacks too!|
The only plan that ever worked in curtailing black dysfunction, the destruction of urban business centers and maintaining the upward trajectory of private property values was Jim Crow and Restrictive Covenants.
"Extreme behavior" by blacks convinced white people in Detroit that the city was no longer safe for civilization; 200+ black people rioting, attacking whites, and disrupting commerce in Louisville and an almost complete media blackout (outside of Louisville and O'Reilly's reassurance to Fox News Channels viewers that racial harmony is alive and well) is a sign the city's ultimate fate is that of Detroit.
Mayor Fischer sides with the black community and protecting his own political interests (he's a sociopath); were he to point blame at the black community and demand accountability, well, let's not even entertain this fantasy.
There's more proof Santa Claus is a real person than there is in any elected official in America admitting the reality of black dysfunction (black people themselves).
Luckily, Mayor Fischer and his hilariously named chief of community building Sadiqa Reynolds have assured Louisville citizens the 200+ black people who rioted did so in a non-racial fashion. After all, they attacked black people too, as if intra-racial violence exonerates those marauding blacks from their actions. [Leaders: race 'no role' in mob actions, but all bear responsibility for solutions, KPTV.com, 3-25-2014]:
Louisville's Chiefs of Community Building and of Metro Police maintain that officers' observations, security camera video, and social media traffic make clear that race played no role in Saturday night's roving violence that began at Waterfront Park.
"There were victims that were black, and we had white victims," Sadiqa Reynolds told reporters Tuesday.
"I think it was some kids who were engaged in criminal behavior and they were victimizing anybody that they came across," LMPD Chief Steve Conrad.
Social media postings and witness interviews lead investigators to believe that many teenagers had gathered in a tribute to Me'Quale Offutt, the 14-year-old who died two days after being stabbed during a confrontation aboard a TARC bus. Anthony Allen, 44, has been charged with Offutt's murder.
"Somewhere, things went bad," said Conrad.
Metro police logged 32 calls for service and ten victims; seven white men, one white woman, and two black teenagers including a 13-year-old girl robbed of her shoes.
The charges include four assaults, five robberies, and six acts of vandalism.
Investigators consider all of them crimes of opportunity and irresponsibility.
"An 11-year-old, up that late at night, that far from home is unacceptable," Reynolds said.Look Sadiqa Reynolds, just because 200+ black people did their best to find a few blacks to attack while they assaulted whites doesn't excuse the most glaring racial component: the army of blacks was all-black!!
Chris 2X has already confirmed blacks attack/kill/maim other blacks over simple arguments, so what's a few black bystanders being attacked?
|Without black people, would there be any violence in Louisville? Certainly not much for homicide detectives to do...|
In fact, it seems city officials are more concerned people are noticing it was blacks who held the city hostage with their 200+ army than demanding the black community be held accountable for their children, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, and grandchildren doing their damnedest to confirm every stereotype whites hold of them. [Downtown mob incidents not race related, officials say,The Courier Journal, 3-27-14]:
An impromptu vigil in honor of a 14-year-old boy, stabbed to death on a city bus, may have sparked the spate of mob violence that terrorized downtown businesses and passers-by for roughly three hours Saturday night, Metro Police Chief Steve Conrad said Tuesday.
The memorial started peacefully, he said, with about 200 teenagers gathered at Waterfront Park, a common meeting spot when the weather gets warm.
"Somewhere things went bad," Conrad said. Just after 7 p.m., while still daylight, a band of teenagers attacked a 13-year-old girl because they wanted her sneakers, police said. A 40-year-old man came to her defense and was pummeled by the mob. Within two hours, 31 more people called to report trouble, Conrad said.
Groups of teenagers roving the area, looting a store, vandalizing cars and assaulting passers-by.
The police department counted 17 criminal incidents within hours downtown: four assaults, five robberies, six vandalisms, one menacing and a theft. Officials called the random violence unacceptable, but said they are also concerned by the racial undercurrent that has overtaken the public conversation about Saturday's crime spree.
Dozens have taken to social media to characterize the uprising as a mob of black teenagers targeting white people, but Conrad and other city officials say they have no evidence the crimes were racially motivated. Conrad said the victims were seven white men, one white woman, one black man and a black teenage girl.
"This is not something that should divide this community along racial lines," said Sadiqa Reynolds, the mayor's chief of community building. "We have young people in this community who are out of control, and we have to deal with that. This is not a race issue."
The exact chronology of Saturday's incidents is still unclear. The Louisville Metro Police Department said incident reports are not available, citing the ongoing nature of the investigation. They said a detailed timeline should be available today.
Word of the gathering spread on social media, with invitations to honor 14-year-old Me'Mequale Offutt, who was stabbed to death on a bus last week.
But Waterfront Park is a common hang-out for young people, said Christopher 2X, a community activist. He said it's impossible to tell which of the teens were there for the vigil and which simply to socialize. Police got the first call at 7:23, Conrad said.
An officer was dispatched two minutes later and arrived within one minute. The officer encountered the large, disorderly crowd.
The officer spotted Je'rece Archie, 18, and a 17-year-old allegedly trying to pull a handgun out of a trashcan. Both were taken into custody — the only arrests during the hours-long crime spree.
Conrad said officers ordered the mobs of teens to disperse as they moved through downtown but they would scatter, only to reorganize and storm through the streets.
The department's First Division was staffed Saturday night with 19 officers, Conrad said. The fugitive apprehension team and the K9 unit were nearby, working on West Broadway. As the violence began to spiral, those officers were redirected to downtown.For daring to notice black people were the entirety of this small army terrorizing Louisville, you are the enemy.
Already, the black population of Louisville is doing their part (working overtime even) to ensure the city has a high homicide rate:
Homicide In 2009, the homicide death rate in Louisville Metro was 11 deaths per 100,000 population. The homicide death rate for blacks was approximately seven times that of whites. The death rate for males was four times that for females.Truly, it's worth noting the primary, lasting contribution of the black community in Louisville is the continued work it affords producers, cameramen, and on-air personalities for A&E's The First 48.
In 2009, the age-adjusted mortality rate from homicide in Louisville was 11 deaths per 100,000 population. This rate was more than double to the state (5) and nation (5.5) for the same year. It also exceeds the Healthy People 2010 goal of 3 deaths per 100,000 population. Age-adjusted death rates for blacks (37) remained higher than for whites (5) in Louisville Metro.
Regularly featured on the show about homicide detectives responding to black-in-origin violence, the city of Louisville's black population provides an abundance of material for the show to profile and highlight.
Odds are many of those black people participating in the 200+ black riot this past weekend have made cameo appearances on The First 48, participating in the time honored black tradition of no snitching and protecting black murderers/criminals from justice.
Little do they know the city leaders in Louisville's have the exact same goal in mind.
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