All are highly symbolic and will immediately undermine every foundation of Black Run America (BRA) at its very core.
|The black Baltimore dirt bike riders... arrest them and all those who tolerate their existence|
One is such a simple act it almost doesn't need to occur.
But by happening, it's a powerful indication law is coming back. And by its allowing to endure, we cede authority to BRA.
Illegal dirt bike activity by black people has flourished in Baltimore for years. A documentary was made about this activity, with the outgoing black female mayor believing "outreach" was the only leverage the state had in ending this lawlessness. [Teen in dirt bike documentary injured by police: Dirt biking riding illegal in Baltimore; Police don't routinely give chase, WBAL (NBC) Baltimore, 4/28/14]:
Riding dirt bikes is an activity that's illegal in Baltimore City, something the state's attorney and city police believe is a serious public safety threat -- so serious that police officers do not routinely give chase.Outreach... for a problem the police have all but decided to give up on trying to bring to order and dare arrest. Though some call it, "Just a Baltimore thing," the reality is obvious: these black dirt bike riders represent a true "scourge."
The solution by those in charge of Baltimore? Build the black dirt bike riders a "park" (paid for by the few remaining white taxpayers):
On Monday, Councilman William "Pete" Welch, who represents West Baltimore, called on city officials to develop a plan that is agreed to by the police, recreation and parks officials, dirt bike riders, and community members.
The plan would include the "creation of a world class dirt bike park in the city that is a safe space for dirt bike riders to enjoy their hobby without interference from law enforcement," Welch's resolution states.
Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday she has concerns about whether it's wise to build a dirt-bike park.
The mayor said she hoped to have a "frank conversation" with dirt bike riders as soon as possible.
"We are reaching out to some of the organizers," she said.Worse, an August 9th article from CBS Baltimore notes almost all of these dirt bikes are "stolen":
“They impose a very immediate and extreme danger, to the community as they do not ordinarily follow traffic rules and regulations,” said Marc Partee, Commander North West District.
“This is not a sport, this is not fun, and it continues to drain my resources and the individuals that actually live in the community are not happy with it all,” Partee said.
According to authorities, a majority of these dirt bikes are stolen and encourage people to report them when spotted.Thus, one of those 10 necessary actions needed to restore order to the United States of America is an all-out war being declared upon the black dirt bike riders of Baltimore and their immediate arrest. Not only a cessation of the illegal dirt bike activity, but the complete arrest of all those engaging in the lawlessness... including those who would engage in "outreach" to these rebels.
As one policeman said at a recent city council to determine if Baltimore will build a dirt bike park (being pushed by a black city councilman),"If people can obtain bikes that are legal and that are registered or however that works out and there's a legal place to ride we're perfectly OK with that," [T.J.] Smith said. "But if we're in a situation where stolen bikes, unregistered bikes are being rode on the streets of Baltimore especially in this reckless manner, that's something that we have to enforce and we can't allow to go on."
If the majority of the dirt bikes are "stolen," then why does the state even allow blacks in Baltimore to terrorize the city upon them?