Friday, August 23, 2013

Teen murder problem, explained

The teen violence problem largely explained, without experts, politicians or race-hustlers..

In this case society is to blame, that is, the tendency to provide a social program instead of advocating personal responsibility.  It's so much easier just to send a check. 


Right Truth said...

This is very interesting. The list, names on the list, would go to prove motive, intent, premeditation, gang involvement, perhaps "hate" crime (although I'm not a big fan of the hate crime laws, crime should be crime)

Right Truth

LA Sunset said...

Just goes to show that we do not have a gun problem. We have a violence problem. It is cultural and cannot be blamed on a crafted piece of metal that is inanimate, and requires some malicious life force to make it function in a murderous capacity.

Until people realize this and can stand to speak freely about the thug culture that has been absorbed by black youth, the problem will never be solved. And more black men will die at the hands of other black men, far more so than instances like this. Until the race hustlers are ignored and the open dialogue has begun, the only business that will be booming in the black community will be black-owned funeral homes.

A.C. McCloud said...

Debbie, seeing as how the DA is now saying it was not a hate crime that seems to be the case. I don't like 'hate crimes' either, but it's entirely possible they chose their 'random' initiation target because he was a white man as opposed to a minority.

A.C. McCloud said...

LA, good to see you back online. I couldn't agree more. Was this subject covered in the MLK reunion rally yesterday? I didn't see but a few pictures, they were of signs that said something like "jobs are a civil right" or somesuch commie jingoism.