Of course not.
|No city (no civilization) can survive the toleration of continued "disorganized" offenders|
But there are plenty of cities across America where the problem of black-on-black crime is so common, so ubiquitous, that not only are local governments forced to get involved, but foundations and non-profits are created (creating permanent employment for connected blacks, usually at the tax-payers expense) to address this incontestable form of Chinese water torture on civilization.
Indianapolis is no different, where a constant barrage of homicides reported on the nightly news is nothing more than a series of unfortunate black-in-origin events.
And majority white Indianapolis - and the civilization whites people have worked so hard to cultivate - suffers the most (remember, no organizations advocate on their behalf or promote their interests).
So, the Republican-controlled city of Indianapolis must invest money - the "Your Life Matters" program - toward an initiative acting as surrogate parents for black youth.[Ballard outlines initiative to curb black-on-black violence, Indy Star, 3-13-14]:
Johnnie Willis knows what it’s like to run with the wrong crowd.“I know a lot of people that are in the streets or locked up or have been shot,” Willis said.
“I was also with them. And I also made mistakes myself.”
It wasn’t until a friend was shot about six years ago that Willis began looking for a way to get out of the cycle of violence.
At that time, he learned about a program run through Wishard Memorial Hospital called Prescription for Hope, which aimed to help people involved in criminal activity who are at risk for more violence or personal injury.
Willis, now 21, credits the program with helping him find a job and stay out of prison. But before the shooting, he didn’t know such programs existed.None of his friends, many of whom are still on the streets, did, either.
Although city and community leaders say dozens of such programs exist in Indianapolis, the city has lacked a concerted effort toward motivating at-risk youths to take part in them — until now.
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard and Public Safety Director Troy Riggs joined a host of other city and community leaders Wednesday to unveil an anti-violence initiative six months in the making that he characterized as a much-needed, community-led step toward reducing crime and creating a path to success for the city’s most criminally inclined residents.
Dubbed “Your Life Matters,” the initiative specifically targets the reduction of black-on-black crime, Ballard said, and will rely on a series of public service announcements to turn troubled youths toward mentorship programs, job opportunities, family counseling services and re-entry services for ex-offenders.
“We lose more young men of color to murder than we do to car crashes or disease,” Ballard said. “This current pattern of violence is robbing us of an entire generation of young men of color, and it must stop.”
This current generation of blacks, the byproduct of a previous generation of the black community, is robbing Indianapolis of civilization (well, one created by whites and obviously incapable of being sustained by blacks when the former is absent).
The Indy Star article continues:
Ballard pointed to a number of services associated with the new initiative:
• Ballard pledged a $75,000 investment in the Connect2Help 211 telephone service. The nonprofit connects people, especially parents who need help with troubled children, to human services providers. The extra funding will allow 211, which has about 60phone operators covering 24 counties in Central Indiana, to hire two additional employees.
• New public service announcement spots highlighting the initiative and its anti-violence message are airing every hour on Radio One networks. Radio One owns urban gospel, urban adult contemporary urban rhythmic and top 40 stations that broadcast in Marion County.
• Nearly 60 mentorship organizations endorsed by and partnered with the initiative, Ballard said, are prepared to help lead teenagers and young men and women away from violence. Youth employment programs, such as Youthbuild Indy, Youthworks Indy and Youth Employment Services, also have partnered with the initiative.
• For young people who already have criminal pasts, Ballard highlighted the city’s re-entry assistance programs, including the Mayor’s Office of Re-Entry. The office gives recently released ex-offenders a directory of groups that assist with jobs, housing and mentorship programs.
To keep track of how the initiative is doing, Ballard said group leaders have organized a task force, made up of community and faith-based leaders, who will monitor the city’s involvement.
Ballard acknowledged that many parts of the new initiative — such as the programs themselves — aren’t new to the city. But he said he was still optimistic about the success “Your Life Matters” could have.Resident black apologist journalist (by apology, blaming anyone but black individuals for the negatives found in their community) Erika D. Smith couldn't be happier that more white taxpayer dollars are going to help out the black community. [Erika D. Smith: Focus on black-on-black crime is overdue, Indy Star, 3-13-14]:
|From the FBI: doesn't take into account sociopaths... what percent of the black community would be classified as such?|
Black-on-black crime.For months, it has been the elephant in the room that few have dared to talk about in a meaningful way.
Least among the few has been Indy’s black community, to which I belong.Many of us have watched as names like Dantarance and Trae made headlines and police mugshots of black teenagers and young men led the evening news.
Many of us have said nothing, at least in mixed company, walking the fine line of refusing to acknowledge the stupid stereotype that all black men are dangerous and recognizing the inconvenient reality that we’re losing a generation of black males to gun violence.
But something had to be said, and someone had to say it. And that someone had to be black and male, and not a cop.
On Wednesday morning, someone finally spoke up.At an Eastside family center, the Rev. Charles Ellis, of the Ten Point Coalition, intoned: “We say to all of Indianapolis, and specifically to the African-American community, to stop the violence because your life matters.”
A city can survive the occasional "organized" murder/homicide; but a continued barrage of "disorganized" murder/homicide is a death sentence for not just a city, but for civilization itself.
You're probably asking yourself: "what does PK mean by organized/disorganized murder?" Courtesy of FBI profiler Robert K. Ressler (his book Whoever Fights Monsters: My Twenty Years Tracking Serial Killers for the FBI is a must read), we learn how murderers actions are classified:
The classification of the Disorganized/Organized dichotomy is a simplification of the psychiatric terms “psychotic” (disorganized) and “psychopathic” (organized) for the benefit of law enforcement investigators (O’Connor, 2005).
The idea of organized/disorganized dichotomy was developed by the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit in 1974 in order to more effectively investigate serial rapes and homicides (American Psychological Association, 2004).
Generally speaking, organized criminals “are antisocial but know right from wrong, are not insane and show no remorse” ( , 2004).
Their crimes are carefully planned, premeditated, and staged to prevent the police from finding any evidence on-scene which reflects their intelligence usually measured at an over 120 IQ.
In contrast, Disorganized Offenders tend to be young and sloppy; often under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or a mental disorder. Because their crimes are unplanned, they tend to leave lots of evidence on-scene, such as fingerprints or blood reflecting their intelligence which is usually within the 85-90 range on the IQ scale (, 2004).The occasional, seemingly made-for-mass-media-consumption white "organized" offender is one a city (a civilization) can survive; though, in cases like a mass shooting by a white male, the end-result of such an act is inevitably second amendment rights.
Disorganized offenders are the ones the Indianapolis "Your Life Matters" plan is trying to prevent; the type of Chinese Water Torture on civilization that eventually spells its doom. [Cycle of violence: Young lives cut short, IndyStar.com, 9-28-13]:
They were short lives ended by violence.Through the first eight months of this year in Marion County, 39 people between the ages of 16 and 24 have died in homicides — 36 were black males.Now, here's where the FBI gets it wrong with the concept of "disorganized" offenders: the truly sociopathic nature of large segments of the black community, particularly black males.
That demographic represents less than 2 percent of the Marion County population yet has produced 92 percent of the victims in that age group. It also accounts for nearly 40 percent of the 94 homicides through the end of August.
One of the most important characteristics found in a thriving community is the propensity for the majority of males (regardless of their vocation or class designation) to possess solid future time-orientation; this allows for positive social capital to flourish.
Psychology Today lists these characteristics as traits sociopaths display:
- Superficial charm and good intelligence
- Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking
- Absence of nervousness or neurotic manifestations
- Untruthfulness and insincerity
- Lack of remorse and shame
- Inadequately motivated antisocial behavior
- Poor judgment and failure to learn by experience
- Pathologic egocentricity and incapacity for love
- General poverty in major affective reactions
- Specific loss of insight
- Unresponsiveness in general interpersonal relations
- Fantastic and uninviting behavior with alcohol and sometimes without
- Suicide threats rarely carried out
- Sex life impersonal, trivial, and poorly integrated
- Failure to follow any life plan
Such delusions of grandeur aren't reflected back in the conditions found in any majority black community in America... were narcissistic tendencies wouldn't require a "Your Life Matters" program.
Which is why social capital evaporates in a largely black community/neighborhood/business (we call this the Detroit Corollary to Robert Putnam's findings on homogeneity vs. diversity); which is also why local governments, such as the Republican-led one in Indianapolis, must put forth great amounts of resources - at the taxpayers expense - to try and halt "disorganized" black offenders. [Residents plead for an end to gun violence in the city, WISHTV.com, 1-29-14]:
It’s just ashamed on all the killings and stuff that’s going on here in Indianapolis today,” said Dalandus Glasco of Indianapolis.
“It’s crazy man, for real; seriously. This generation is gone; it isn’t like it was when we grew up. Not at all,” said Gerald Crowe of Indianapolis.
“I grew up over here and a lot of the people my age and his age that’s been over here for a long time wasn’t never like that,” [James] Harrison said.
Gun violence is especially an issue of major concern in the African-American community. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, 42 percent of African-Americans knew someone who had been shot, more than double the general population.
“Reducing gun violence has to be the No. 1 priority of the Black community,” said Rev. Charles Harrison, pastor of Barnes United Methodist Church and a leader of the Ten Point Coalition, an alliance of faith-based leaders and concerned individuals dedicated to stopping violence. “That’s where we need to get our city to put more of our resources.”
Reverend Charles Ellis said the issue of black on black violence needs to be addressed.
“There is a sickness in our society called murder and violence and African-American Community is in intensive care,” said Rev. Ellis.Maybe one day, we'll realize this sickness is terminal.