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|Will Smith (right) was gunned down just another random black male in New Orleans|
The shooting death by a black male of former NFL player Will Smith in New Orleans (a city synonymous with black people committing violence with a gun) is one of those "who cares?" moments.
Until his former coach, Sean Payton (once a white man), said this about the need to abandon the Second Amendment and deprive white homeowners in 60 percent black New Orleans the ability to protect themselves from dangerous blacks. [Sean Payton speaks against gun violence; 'Our city is broken,' he tells USA Today, New Orleans Times Picayune, 4-11-16]:
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton spoke against gun violence in an interview Monday with USA Today.
"Two hundred years from now, they're going to look back and say, 'What was that madness about?'" Payton said. "The idea that we need them to fend off intruders ... people are more apt to draw them (in other situations). That's some silly stuff we're hanging onto."
Payton spoke in the wake of the shooting death of former Saints defensive end Will Smith late Saturday night.
Added Payton: "We don't hear this noise when something happens in New Orleans East, or in the Lower 9," Payton said, alluding to predominantly African-American communities. "Now you creep into the Garden District...
"I just know this: Our city is broken."New Orleans isn't broken. Far from it.
It's just that black people are incompatible with western civilization, their genetic inability to maintain what white people have created on constant display wherever blacks have assumed the majority in a geographic area whites have long abanoded.
Poor future time-orientation and lack of impulse control were on display when Will Smith was gunned down by a fellow black male in New Orleans.
The experiment in forced integration is over. It's failed.
Black people have broken the civilization whites created in New Orleans, with Hurricane Katrina's memory still a fresh reminder of just how quickly blacks will become Heart of Darkness Africans in the absence of the white man's rule.
Sorry Sean Payton, the only silly thing we are hanging onto is the belief in racial equality. Two hundred years from now, if we are to salvage the ship and turn things around, our descendants will wonder with sadness why their ancestors spent decades worshiping black thugs like Will Smith and the other truculent black players who are the majority of the New Orleans Saints franchise.