|Those responsible for making Indianapolis a violent city (who the IMPD must have a "Unity Day" with...)|
When the token LDL columnist for the same paper profiles fellow LDL's struggling with the violence found exclusively in their community, axiomatically realize such an editorial is penned to make you feel sympathy for these people and guilt for living in a community free of such persistent and life-altering violence. [Smith: Mothers mourn the toll violence takes on families, Indy Star, 8-30-14]
And when violence flares up in the LDL communities of Indianapolis, the hapless Ten Point Coalition (a ragtag group of priests, clergy, and other assorted volunteers) is on the scene to... bring calm and peace to a crime scene where one or two people are already dead and bullet-holes are found scattered around the real-life set of a never-ending horror film.
Lucky for us, these LDL members of the Ten Point Coalition will now be wearing... Kevlar vests (a reminder of the reality of life among the Latter-Day Liberians living among the ruins of Western Civilization in America). [20 bulletproof vests donated to Ten Point Coalition, WISHTV.com, 9-3-14]:
Ten Point Coalition members will be wearing an extra layer of safety when out on the streets.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Department donated 20 new bulletproof vests to the group Wednesday afternoon.
Sheriff John Layton emphasized how law enforcement always wear a vest went out on the streets, but now the people who show up voluntarily to crime scenes will feel that same protection.
Ten Point volunteer Darryl Jones struggled a bit when trying on his vest. But with a little help from a deputy, he was strapped and ready to go.
“Feels good on me,” he smiled. “I feel a lot more protected.”
The Kevlar in the vests provides rock-solid exterior meant to protect their hearts of gold.
“It is no secret that our officers have been dealing with a lot of violence they have had violence towards them,” said Troy Riggs, Public Safety Director. “And almost every time that we’ve had an officer fired upon or hit, Ten Point shows up and puts themselves in danger.”
“These men and women go out on our streets every day to keep the violence down, to try to make some sense of the violence that we’re all experiencing,” said Sheriff Layton.
Visiting crime scenes, specifically shootings, is a selfless act that can be risky when only wearing a thin neon vest, which is the typical uniform for Ten Point members.It's not a risky act for these self-important members of the 10 Point Coalition to appear once a crime, shooting, or homicide has already occurred in the LDL community of Indianapolis; it's a calculated move to make those gullible whites of Indianapolis believe something is being done to negate the hazardous behavior of a proliferating population from inundating the city in a "culturally destructive" cycle of violence.
But, then again, it has nothing to do with culture, does it?
And our LDL friends are the reason the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (remember: the Indy Star labeled this organization "too white") recently held a "Day of Unity" with... who exactly the "arm of state-sanctioned violence" must hold unity with is never quite clear.
But the answer is obviously the black community, which is in a Cold War against the overwhelmingly white IMPD. Whoops... black community... we meant Latter-Day Liberians. [Police hope 'Day of Unity' sends message of solidarity, WTHR.com, 9-5-14]:
Hundreds of people joined Indianapolis Metro Police officers Friday to honor fallen Officer Perry Renn He died in a shootout on July 5th.The "too white" IMPD, showing unity with and meeting those same residents whose behavior is normally greeted by the arrival of the 10 Point Coalition; who now have 20 Kevlar (bullet-proof) vests...
Officer Renn's memory was part of Unity Day on Monument Circle where Hoosiers and officers talked about what residents can do to make our city a safer place to live.
Officers from IMPD's mounted patrol joined the lunchtime crowd to meet residents. It's part of providing a friendly link to the police and citizens.
Life among Latter-Day Liberians (LDL) is a reminder of what life is like among those Liberians living in Monrovia, removed from the United States by an organization dedicated to preserving Western Civilization on the North American continent: the American Colonization Society.
Indianapolis is working overtime to promote the civilization located in the continent where "freed slaves" from the United States were repatriated...
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