Public Enemies: Social Media is Fueli...

Public Enemies: Social Media is Fueling Gang Wars in Chicago

There are 5 comments on the Wired story from Sep 17, 2013, titled Public Enemies: Social Media is Fueling Gang Wars in Chicago. In it, Wired reports that:

Just about any teenager in Chicago today can tell you the story of Chief Keef and Lil JoJo, two rappers from the South Side neighborhood of Englewood whose songs serve as anthems for their rival gangs.

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reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#1 Sep 18, 2013
gee I wonder why the N word attorney general doesn't launch a full scale civil rights investigation into why black drug dealing gangs only kill blacks and wet backs in the hood.
That has got to be some sort of civil rights BS violation cause everything else is.

The race pimps lame steam media all ignore the issue.

wonder why the black patrolmen association hasn't filled a suit against the black drug dealing gun shooting morons for not killing other races.
reality is a crutch

Nashua, NH

#2 Sep 19, 2013
Put a heavy tax plus tons of new regulations onerous paper work on black drug dealing and wetback street gangs, whole bunch of new taxes on sale of drugs, a tax on ever bullet fired in anger in the hood plus taxes on each bullet that hits a unarmed citizen and higher tax plus medical cost on bullets that actually hit someone.

Make the gangs pay for funeral expenses plus a surcharge for any dead black kids what get taken off the welfare rolls cause they is dead.

Make gangs take out expensive city county and state permits to control sections of neighborhoods, they will have to hire union moron sign putter uppers at over time to erect da signs announcing who's hood you are walking into or out of.

Hey this could encourage some black kids to learn to read, We could even put some signs in cursive using both upper and lower case letters... wow that will shake them up.

perhaps a toll booth as you enter one section of da hood or leave another so we can track whom is traveling between da hoods.

Then we need to use drones to track the car traffic into and out of the hood where da drugs is being sold,

a big new tax on drug sales, plus back income taxes on years of drug sales un taxed..

Plus unionize drug dealers and welfare queens that will slow the process way down, plus there will be strikes and work stoppages, or that work to rule crap which slows everything down.

see this has worked before in the past, the city county state governments over taxed over regulated over unionized business and they all left for more business friendly environments.

So we do the same thing again this time to black and wetback street gangs, welfare queens, illegal immigrants just tax and regulated the hell out of them so they all move to Oakland or New jersey.

At least they would be screwing up Chicago any worse than it is already.

then white citizens can rebuild the south side to its former glory and beauty,

want to see some color photos of what the south side used to look like BB??? Before blacks

Since: Aug 12

Ballwin, MO

#3 Sep 19, 2013
We already put in place regulations supporting the gangs by outlawing the poor mans guns. So that in poor neighborhoods only the gangs can afford them. What more do they want..
rebel

Crosby, TX

#4 Sep 19, 2013
fly over the hood with a crop duster, and spray it down with sickle cells. on the second pass over the hood drop 10,000 rattlesnakes and a million job applications. that should clean the area completely.
Sterkfontein Swartkrans

Richmond, IN

#5 Sep 19, 2013
If (c)rappers were exterminated most of this madness would stop!

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