Individuals, private business owners, and private clubs have been forced - under an increasingly militant and hellish totalitarianism - by the government to complete abdicate their autonomy and accept the notion "freedom" is nothing more than a nebulous word.
|The Exposition of Collective Blackness in Indianapolis requires near martial law to keep individual blacks from degenerating into pure African tribalism in the heart of Indiana....|
Easily manipulated because a population believing "freedom" still flourishes will never stop and realize the chains they are bound to, restricting their every movement.
Take the Indiana Black Expo, which one black politician in Indianapolis proclaims is"part of our city's fabric" (never mind how blood stained the fabric is at this point...).
Back in 2009, understanding the massive police presence required to keep the Black Expo free of crime, shootings, murder and mayhem (police are an extension and enforcers of the state/law, thus they must monopolize violence by show of force), one restaurant dare close early.
The freedom to do so is not available to privately-held businesses anymore, especially when the patrons will be 100 percent black. [Some Question Why Restaurant Closed During Black Expo: Steak 'n Shake YouTube Video Stirs Controversy, The Indy Channel, 7/30/2009]:
Controversy is swirling around a popular downtown fast-food restaurant and its closing during the busiest portion of Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration.
Thousands of people pour into downtown Indianapolis during the weekend of Summer Celebration, 6News' Sarah Cornell reported.
Many restaurants and bars stay open afterhours to accommodate the late-night crowd, but Steak 'n Shake on Maryland Street did the opposite this year, and some are suspicious about why.
Le'Deana Brown, who had her camera rolling on Saturday night during Summer Celebration, documented that the restaurant was closed on what is one of the biggest money-making weekends downtown.
"You don't just see a 24-hour restaurant close. I just wanted to raise the question of why would they do something like that," Brown said.
The restaurant's sign indicated routine maintenance as the reason for closing, but Brown noticed that some law enforcement officers were being served.
"When we got there, we saw that they were in and people were in there eating, but we just couldn't get anything to eat," Brown said.
Tanya Bell, CEO and president of Black Expo, saw the video that Brown posted on YouTube. She said she had heard that the same Steak 'n Shake was closed for routine maintenance on the same weekend last year.
When asked if she thought the closing was race-related, Bell said, "I don't want to jump the gun, and I don't want to prematurely speak. I can say that these are the busiest nights of the year during Summer Celebration," Bell said. "I am a little taken aback that they were closed during some of the prime nights where patrons are there, ready to eat."
|Freedom of Association: Without it, not even the 2nd Amendment will protect in the end...|
Consider what is necessary to keep the civilization found in Indianapolis from degenerating into the type of conditions only those carrying primarily genes originating in Africa from creating:
- Cops and cameras.
Amid a summer marked by violence at two large public gatherings, police plan to be extra vigilant this weekend as the next big event further unfolds: Indiana Black Expo’s Summer Celebration.
Additional officers will be deployed Downtown and in Broad Ripple, authorities say. Some officers will be in uniform, and some in plain clothes. Some on horseback, and some on bicycles. Some patrolling streets, and some patrolling social media. More than 100 surveillance cameras will be operating Downtown.
As in past years, IMPD will use its “mobile incident command vehicle,” a 38-foot bus filled with high-tech tools and equipment, such as video cameras with powerful zoom lenses.
Overall, the city has increased its use of surveillance cameras, and more than 100 cameras will keep an eye on things during the Expo, said Gary Coons, the city’s director of homeland security. [City leaders foresee a safe weekend Downtown, Indystar.com, 7/17/14]
- "But i think it's important that you just understand we're taking it very seriously.
It's the pride of the nation. Other cities have stopped having events like this because of the violence, but we're convinced that Expo for the last three years has been very safe," IMPD Chief Rick Hite said.
Police plan to use everything at their disposal, including undercover officers, the gang unit, state police, sheriff’s deputies and surveillance cameras that have played a major role in identifying suspects and criminals.
Police said the community can expect to see officers on horseback, on bikes and on foot. There will be heavy police presence all over the downtown area. [Police plan to increase security for Summer Celebration, The Indy Channel, 7/17/14]Indianapolis attorney Abdul Hakim-Shabazz once wrote:
“There is a criminal element in this town that consists primarily of young black men,” said Hakim-Shabazz in his website Indiana Barrister. “The recent attacks on the Monon; the perpetrators were young black men. The ‘Pop It Off Boys’ gang; young black men. The most high ridden crime areas of the city, who are the bad guys? Say it with me, they are usually young black men.
“Indianapolis, you have a problem. Your problem is young, black men who are out of control.”