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14 year old boy shot and killed last night on the North side.

97 kids under the age of 18 shot so far this year in St. Louis. Victims range in age from 17 to 1.

15 kids under the age of 18 shot and killed so far this year in St. Louis.  14 were shot and killed all of last year.

165 homicides so far this year in St. Louis.

0 number of initiatives coming from BLM to improve the communities other than calls to defund the police and shut down the city jail.

 

 

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Typical numbers for inner city violence. St. Louis isn't special, in that reguard.

As tragic as it is to most of us, it is just another day in River City, and the locals either like it that way, or are so inured to the violence, it is a normal thing. 

What can BLM do, anyway?

The inner city violence is cultural, and that group is part of the problem, not part of any solution. 

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3 mins ago, dena said:

 

What can BLM do, anyway?

The inner city violence is cultural, and that group is part of the problem, not part of any solution. 

The first step to fixing any problem is admitting what the real problem is.  I see no hope, and in fact, regression for the hood.

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3 mins ago, MikeM58 said:

The first step to fixing any problem is admitting what the real problem is.  I see no hope, and in fact, regression for the hood.

 

We are seeing the regression, look at the numbers in the OP.

It will take a seismic event to spur cultural change.

I don't know where it will come from, but it isn't going to happen by itself. 

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13 mins ago, MikeM58 said:

14 year old boy shot and killed last night on the North side.

97 kids under the age of 18 shot so far this year in St. Louis. Victims range in age from 17 to 1.

15 kids under the age of 18 shot and killed so far this year in St. Louis.  14 were shot and killed all of last year.

165 homicides so far this year in St. Louis.

0 number of initiatives coming from BLM to improve the communities other than calls to defund the police and shut down the city jail.

 

 

Just another day in the life of the liberal urban plantations.

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6 mins ago, MikeM58 said:

The first step to fixing any problem is admitting what the real problem is.  I see no hope, and in fact, regression for the hood.

I have mentioned this before, and it really triggers leftists for some reason.  They just blame whitey for all the inner city violence.

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Just now, ridenfish said:

I have mentioned this before, and it really triggers leftists for some reason.  They just blame whitey for all the inner city violence.

yes,

a look of the number of threads started about the violence in Chicago and St. Louis makes it clear how triggered the left is by the topic,

we are obsessed by it.

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13 mins ago, dena said:

Typical numbers for inner city violence. St. Louis isn't special, in that reguard.

As tragic as it is to most of us, it is just another day in River City, and the locals either like it that way, or are so inured to the violence, it is a normal thing. 

What can BLM do, anyway?

The inner city violence is cultural, and that group is part of the problem, not part of any solution. 

I don't see any way positive change happens in urban areas.  Several million uneducatable people that can't change for the better.

And when you subsidize such you get more of it.

Only an even more dire pandemic or massive economic collapse will remove it from the equation.

 

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Discussing the lack of effort by BurnLootMurder in the inner cities where the real gun violence problem is what triggers leftists.
 Instead BurnLootMurder lives up to their name and does what they do in the extremely rare event when an idiot cop like Chauvin kills a former criminal.

At least BurnLootMurder got some of their reparations the other day in a Chicago.  All because some thug shot at police and they returned the favor.  

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1 min ago, ridenfish said:

Discussing the lack of effort by BurnLootMurder in the inner cities where the real gun violence problem is what triggers leftists.

does it?

any evidence of this?

or is this just something you choose to believe?

 

do you realize how silly it is for you to claim other people are triggered, when your posts are filled with juvenile insults and name calling?

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31 mins ago, MikeM58 said:

14 year old boy shot and killed last night on the North side.

97 kids under the age of 18 shot so far this year in St. Louis. Victims range in age from 17 to 1.

15 kids under the age of 18 shot and killed so far this year in St. Louis.  14 were shot and killed all of last year.

165 homicides so far this year in St. Louis.

0 number of initiatives coming from BLM to improve the communities other than calls to defund the police and shut down the city jail.

 

 

They must have been all white victims because Black Lives Matter.

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3 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

does it?

any evidence of this?

or is this just something you choose to believe?

 

do you realize how silly it is for you to claim other people are triggered, when your posts are filled with juvenile insults and name calling?

Say the person that called flyangler Tomspazz.  But carry on.  
 

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17 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

yes,

a look of the number of threads started about the violence in Chicago and St. Louis makes it clear how triggered the left is by the topic,

we are obsessed by it.

Says the guy that ignores the hypocrisy of it all.

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