Black guards at the Baltimore City Detention Center became the mothers of bastard black children courtesy of the Black Guerrilla Family... one of those blacks gangs now united with the Crips and the Bloods ("we're black men united," one gang members said) in convincing black elected officials in the 65% black city to stop calling black rioters/looters/arsonists/terrorists "thugs." [Inside a jail run from within: Investigators say the Black Guerrilla Family gang turned the Baltimore City Detention Center into a ‘stronghold’, Baltimore Sun, 4-28-2013]:
Corrections officers at the Baltimore City Detention Center were preparing for a middle-of-the-night search of jail cells, aimed at rooting out drugs, cellphones, weapons and any other contraband inmates had stashed away. But the officers weren’t the only ones getting ready.
The leaders of 65 percent black Baltimore...
Hours before the planned checks in January, an FBI affidavit says, word reached Tavon White, an inmate who prosecutors say reigned as the jailhouse leader of a violent gang called the Black Guerrilla Family.
White’s alleged tipster, according to court records: a corrections officer at the jail.
The advance warning vividly illustrates the success with which federal authorities believe the BGF turned the downtown Baltimore detention center into a gang "stronghold."
Authorities around the country have struggled for years to dislodge gangs from jails and prisons. In Maryland for example, a 2009 investigation revealed widespread BGF activity at other corrections facilities. But the scale and scope of the allegations laid out this week in a federal indictment — 25 people, including corrections officers, were accused in a smuggling scheme — has astounded even longtime observers.But what if the seeds of the Black Guerrilla Family takeover of state-run organs goes far deeper than the Baltimore City Detention Center?
|Rival black gangs united ("we're black men united") in Baltimore to terrorize the city|
We know black Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has brought in a Al Sharpton as a black spiritual advisor to Baltimore, the city Francis Scott Key wrote the American National Anthem in back in 1814...
- We know she said of black rioters, "Let them loot, it's only property," after forcing the Baltimore Police Department stand down in the face of black rioters/looters/arsonists/terrorists (because for the black rioters encouraged by "united black men" to destroy, they needed "space to do that.")
- This same black mayor also said officers "collaborate and collude" in painting false evidence on suspects, as if a foreshadowing of the six Baltimore Police Departments exoneration of any wrong-doing in the death of Freddie Gray.
With Baltimore engulfed in violence and looting last night, a Baltimore city councilman, Nick Mosby, tried to explain the roots of the rioters' anger to a Fox News interviewer, explaining that people were showing "decades-old anger and frustration for a system that's failed them."
"This is bigger than Freddie Gray," he said of the man whose death in police custody sparked the riots. "This is about the socioeconomics of poor urban America." He added, "When folks are undereducated, unfortunately they don't have the same intellectual voice to express it the way other people do."
The interviewer, Leland Vittert, then asked, "We just watched this liquor store being looted... Is that right?" To which Mosby responded, "Is that right? No. I think you've missed everything I've tried to articulate."The black elected officials on the majority black city council and the black mayor have all provided consistent cover for blacks to loot/riot/terrorize Baltimore, and even engaged in a war over the lexicon. [The problem with 'thugs', The Baltimore Sun, 4-30-15]:
At first, the word "thug" was so consistently used by city, state and even national leaders to describe the Baltimore rioters — many of them teen-agers — that it seemed a deliberate, coordinated effort to send a message. Gov. Larry Hogan, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and City Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young all decried the "thugs" hurling rocks at police, looting stores and setting fires throughout the city. But Tuesday, on the same day President Barack Obama joined in the refrain condemning the "handful of criminals and thugs who tore up the place," both Ms. Rawlings-Blake and Mr. Young backed away from the term.
"We don't have thugs in Baltimore," the mayor said. "They're not thugs, they're just misdirected," the council president said.
The fact is, we do have thugs in Baltimore according to the dictionary definition of the word, given by Merriam-Webster as "a brutal ruffian or assassin, gangster, tough." (It could be argued that some of themwere standing alongside Mr. Young and other council members at City Hall on Tuesday: the self-described Crips and Bloods gang members calling for an end to violence in the city.) But whether it's a term that should be used as shorthand for the young people who angrily rioted — or even the looting opportunists — is a different matter.
There are reasons for anger in Baltimore: racism, poverty, targeted policing, poor education, few recreational opportunities, drug-ravaged neighborhoods. None of them justify the violence, though, and we suspect — or at least hope — some of those caught up in the fervor Monday night woke up with regret and shame the next morning. They did something deplorable, but was that because they are inherently and inexorably bad, or was it because they were caught up in a mob mentality? To brand them thugs is to dismiss them based on circumstance without any context — much like police are accused of doing to Freddie Gray, who died in their custody, sparking the unrest.
United gang members flank the Baltimore City Council President Jack Young (middle) as he excuses their thuggish behavior...
City leaders appeared to recognize that Tuesday and attempted to steer the conversation back to thelarger issues underlying the demonstrations. "There are no thugs in Baltimore, there are abused children, who are being abused by the cutbacks in education, cutbacks in housing. Abused people become abusers," Rev. Frank Reid III of Bethel AME church said at a press conference, inspiring the mayor to agree."Abused people become abusers?" But Baltimore is 65 percent black, with black elected officials (or appointed officials) completely on the side of their black constituents. They've even work to unite rival black gangs under the banner of "we're black men united."
But why? Perhaps because black elected officials are working to push white people out of any government jobs. [Rawlings-Blake wants new fire chief to make agency more diverse, Baltimore Sun, 12-30-2013]:
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and her pick to run the city Fire Department said Monday they hope to hire and promote more minorities and women — even as the department cuts positions.
In introducing Niles Ford, 48, as her selection to lead the Baltimore City Fire Department, Rawlings-Blake called a lack of diversity in the agency a "persistent problem." She pointed to Ford's work as fire chief in Lincoln, Neb., where he created a plan to hire more minorities and women.
"Dr. Ford was also a leader in opening the door for women and minorities in Lincoln, promoting the first female battalion chief in their history," Rawlings-Blake said. "He personally recruited African-Americans, Asians, Latinos and female firefighters to ensure all Lincoln citizens were receiving an equal opportunity to serve."The Black Guerrilla Family gang doesn't need to run Baltimore, as they took over the Baltimore City Detention Center: elected black officials are working to appoint black officials in city government who promote only black people and demote whites from any positions of power.
More importantly, black city council members now use the united black gangs as their muscle in ensuring the police now have a new - protected - force to contend with...
Sorry Francis Scott Key, there's no proof through the night America still exists in 65 percent black Baltimore: it's just Africa in America now.