Meanwhile, Back In Chicago

via ZeroHedge, here’s some interesting data on something that the media and activists keep ignoring in their Ferguson Focus

While the events down in Ferguson play out, back in Chicagoland the same old bullshit continues day in and day out with nary a peep. In the 107 days since officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18 year old Michael Brown – 12:03pm, Saturday, August 9th – the following stupidity has taken place in Chicago:

155 homicides (74% black males)
725 shot & wounded
Six (6) 18 year olds killed: Kawantis Montgomery, Kamaal Burton, Tony McIntos, Alexandra Burgos, Rayvon Little, Johnathan Cartwright
59 18 year olds shot & wounded
29 teenagers (13-19) killed
244 teenagers (13-19) shot and wounded
10 shot (5 killed) by the CPD
2 teens – 17yo Laquan McDonald & 19yo Roshad McIntosh – shot & killed by the CPD
9yo Antonio Smith was executed by 4 jagoffs
3yo Donnell Coakley killed by his mother
Brutal, yet incredibly asinine and absurd to say the least.

So what is it about these stats that hasn’t caused people to lose their collective shit?

After all, there have been plenty of opportunities to march, chant, throw shit, break stuff, come up with a hashtag, etc… in the past few months, not only in Chicago, but all over the nation. So where is the national media? The cable news talking heads? The race pimpin’ super duo of Jesse and Al? The professional agitators and social justice warriors? The exploiting politicians? Almost 900 shootings and homicides in the past three months and not one is worthy of their attention.

It’s all about the Narrative, kids, and how that can be turned to their advantage.

No one gives a shit about the bodies.

3 Responses to “Meanwhile, Back In Chicago”

  1. Syd B. says:

    What’s Al Sharpton have to say about the Chicago mess? Absolutely nothing, because that clustershmuk won’t get his mug on the news and doesn’t play into his racist meme. Its hard to push the “hate the white man” message when there are none in the picture. What’s happening in the belly of Chicago, Cleveland, Atlanta, LA, Philly, is a disgrace. The fact that so called black leaders primarily ignore it, tells me all I have to know about them, especially when so much is made of a black hoodlum being shot by a cop. It has little to do with their concern over their own and more to do with their hatred and self puffery.

  2. Dick Stanley says:

    Indeed, one body is a tragedy. Too many bodies are just boring.

  3. Syd B. says:

    Do you think Ronnie Reagan would have handled this whole mess differently?

    Me too.

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