But, with a black population, Indianapolis is a city where black violence now threatens white people and their commercial interests. [Indianapolis residents worry as violence hits restaurants, bars, Indianapolis Star, 10-30-15]:
Citizens of Indianapolis brushing off these crimes with, "It happens everywhere," have already acquiesced to black criminality, deciding that living with home invasions and public executions is a better way to exist then actually confronting black dysfunction.
Those three black males who robbed Binkley's Kitchen & Bar were greeted by a population of Eloi, who were happier no one dared fight back against those who threatened their lives. [Victim of Broad Ripple restaurant robbery thankful everyone is okay, WTHR.com, 10-22-15]:
There have been attacks on the Monon Trail in Broad Ripple and car break-ins and robberies on its streets.
This time, though, robbers went inside a busy restaurant and right in front of customers and robbed it at gunpoint.
The attack had people diving to the floor as the robbers quickly worked to get the cash.
Despite the armed robbery at Binkley's Kitchen and Bar in south Broad Ripple Wednesday night, the parking lot was full Thursday. Loyal patrons hadn't skipped a beat despite the brazen robbery.
"When you focus on a gun, that's all you see," one woman told Eyewitness News.
She didn't want to give her name. That's because she was one of the patrons inside Binkley's when three men, wearing hoodies and bandanas over their faces, came in and demanded everyone get on the ground.
"You've seen in so much on television and in the movies, but when it's actually happening, you're kind of slow to realize, 'This is for real'," the woman explained.
But this time, it was for real and patrons believed the guns pointed at them were real, too.
"Fortunately, no one gave them any opportunity to lose their cool and use their guns," said the woman, who explained the men took money from the cash register and her purse before leaving."Fortunately, no one gave them any opportunity to lose their cool and use their guns."
You were threatened by three black males, each carrying guns, who forced you to the ground and robbed you off your valuables at a restaurant... and you were happy no one dared confront them, allowing them to stay "cool" and use their guns in a highly offensive manner?
Indianapolis is a city literally dying before our eyes, with one racial group behind this undeniable demise: blacks.
And those who are victims of this black criminality are just happy no one dares confront it...