America's 'invincible' city brought to its knees by poverty, violence

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CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#1 Mar 9, 2013
What's happened here? Where did all the white folks go?

"In America's most dangerous and poorest city, Camden, N.J., bullet holes are visible in a church's stained glass window, crosses commemorating the murdered line the outside of city hall and the police staff is so outnumbered and outgunned, drug deals occur in the open."
http://inplainsight.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03...
Ralph

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Mar 9, 2013
CRASSUS wrote:
What's happened here? Where did all the white folks go?
"In America's most dangerous and poorest city, Camden, N.J., bullet holes are visible in a church's stained glass window, crosses commemorating the murdered line the outside of city hall and the police staff is so outnumbered and outgunned, drug deals occur in the open."
http://inplainsight.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03...
It happened one block at a time.

Then an area was dominated by blacks and their choice of a criminal lifestyle.

Then the entire city was taken over by blacks.

Tell it the way it is. Same thing has happened to North Minneapolis. The Government seems to stand back and watch it happen. Look at the disorderly house with 100 blacks open 'till all hours. Then there is a double murder and MAYBE now it will close.

The black problem is OBVIOUS but Government refuses to act. Maybe Government is frozen in place by fear of litigation and complaints from the blacks themselves.

There are those local blacks who see the lack of action but Government seems to ignore the law abiding/peaceful blacks and prefer to support the criminal blacks.

Only ONE EXPLANATION: Government likes the gun crime to use for pushing gun control laws.

Never overlook the obvious.
CRASSUS

Green Bay, WI

#3 Mar 9, 2013
Ralph wrote:
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It happened one block at a time.
Then an area was dominated by blacks and their choice of a criminal lifestyle.
Then the entire city was taken over by blacks.
Tell it the way it is. Same thing has happened to North Minneapolis. The Government seems to stand back and watch it happen. Look at the disorderly house with 100 blacks open 'till all hours. Then there is a double murder and MAYBE now it will close.
The black problem is OBVIOUS but Government refuses to act. Maybe Government is frozen in place by fear of litigation and complaints from the blacks themselves.
There are those local blacks who see the lack of action but Government seems to ignore the law abiding/peaceful blacks and prefer to support the criminal blacks.
Only ONE EXPLANATION: Government likes the gun crime to use for pushing gun control laws.
Never overlook the obvious.
It's clear the primates prefer to live in jungle settings like this one. Every time they are given a free neighborhood they turn it into Africa. I've seen better looking lawns on an Indian Reservation.
Ralph

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Mar 10, 2013
Maybee reservations for blacks, OH sheet they were called plantations and made into evil things.

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