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When black leaders have to assert the gun violence in Shreveport isn’t a “black problem,” this is a tacit admission the problem is exclusively black in nature. [‘Enough is enough’: Shreveport city leaders address ‘pandemic’ of gun violence, KSLA.com, May 5, 2021]:

City leaders and representatives of Shreveport’s fire and police departments held a news conference Wednesday, May 5 about gun violence in the city.

The news conference was held at 3 p.m. at Government Plaza in downtown Shreveport.

A number of community leaders and activists who are in support of efforts to stop gun violence in the city were in attendance, including elected leaders, business owners, faith-based leaders and other interested parties.

Shreveport Fire Chief Clarence Reese Jr. spoke first, saying first responders suffer with the gun violence in the city too since they respond to these scenes. The Fire Department is just as invested as the Police Department since they’re typically first on scene to treat gunshot victims, he said.

Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond also spoke, saying “we do a lot of talking and we need to see more action.” He asked, “When as a society did we become comfortable with resolving differences with violence?”

Just in the past two days in Shreveport, two girls were shot on Morningside Drive, one person was killed on Linwood Avenue, a teenager was shot multiple times while being chased by two males, and a man died after being shot multiple times in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Pines Road.

On Wednesday afternoon, another shooting was reported on Herndon Street. That victim sustained life-threatening injuries.

Fire Chief Scott Wolverton echoed Reese’s statements, saying the Fire Department will do whatever it can to support law enforcement in stopping the violence.

Mayor Adrian Perkins mentioned a father who recently called his office to say his child’s T-ball team had to cancel its practices because they were hearing too many gunshots while the children were out on the field. “We have a serious, serious problem if we think it’s okay to have guns going off near our children,” the mayor said.

Councilwoman Tabatha Taylor responded vehemently to the mayor’s story about T-ball practice being canceled. “My babies can’t play T-ball? Are you kidding me?” she cried.

Taylor spoke passionately about how the gun violence in Shreveport is not just a “Black problem” and about how the “trust factor” has to be built between the community and law enforcement.

Councilman Jerry Bowman then echoed Taylor’s statements about gun violence not just being a Black problem. And while he was speaking, Bowman was interrupted by a woman holding a sign saying “WE DON’T BELIEVE YOU.”

He went back and forth with the woman, and he reiterated that this is part of the problem and that leadership needs to be accountable. The woman yelled out that he is the problem and will be replaced.

Caddo Commissioner Lyndon Johnson told those gathered at the news conference that 80% of the shots fired aren’t even reported, meaning violence in the city likely is higher than people realize. He urged community members to set aside their differences.

The leaders of both Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport and Willis-Knighton Health System spoke, saying they’re committed to ending the violence in the city as well.

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Aphreikah Duhaney-West, CEO of Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport, said as a Level I trauma center, the hospital and its employees experience the violence firsthand. She said the hospital is launching the program PROTECT to help victims of gun violence, as well as their families and those who witness these incidents.

A t-ball practice cancelled because of black gun violence?

So much in this story dismantles the concept of “Black Lives Matter,” but too few people have the courage to point it out.

Yes, black leaders of Shreveport, gun violence in your city is exclusively a black problem.

 

 

 
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  1. 1. That dump is 57% negro

    2. Kids that play t ball are not babies.

    3. How many times have we heard “we have to stop killing each other?”

    4. It’s not gun violence, it’s negro violence. Those things are devolving, in other words, it’s going to get worse, not better with that bunch.

    5. This negro bs is happening all across the country, a quick look at the local news website confirms that fact.

    6. Aphreikah Duhaney-West, what is that?

    7. I don’t care if they kill each other, I don’t care how many abortions they have, I don’t care if they have no stores in their neighborhoods, I just don’t care.

  2. MarkinLA says:

    Blacks shooting other blacks isn’t a problem, it’s a solution.

    • Agree: Cauchemar du Singe
    • LOL: NY Girl
    • Replies: @paum
  3. And just think:  the purpose of “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” is to guarantee that NOBODY can enjoy T-ball practice ever again, because the pathologies are spread everywhere (except where the rich live).

    • Agree: Swamp Fox, SCuba Steve
    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  4. Trevor says:

    He asked, “When as a society did we become comfortable with resolving differences with violence?”

    In Aphreikah about 7 million years ago.

    • Agree: bruce county, Raccoon
    • LOL: NY Girl
  5. The best thing to ever happen to public education has been widespread, scan-virus-related, school closures. (If it were up to me, or the credentialed babysitters union, the schools would never re-open.) Unfortunately, the schools are going back to in-person.

    The schools have long looked like prisons. All these stories of bullets flying make me fear that they will soon start to look and smell like slaughterhouses.

  6. “Aphreikah Duhaney-West, CEO of Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport”

    If I were in need of a hospital’s services and I was in the extremely “vibrant” city of Shreveport, would say please don’t take me to LSU Health Shreveport or any other hospital with a CEO with such a vibrant name. If there were no other choice, I would just ask them to shoot me as one would do to an old horse.

  7. Not only does it confirm that it is exclusively a “black problem”, it also confirms that the “black community” is nowhere near ready to take responsibility for it and begin to make the necessary changes to deal with it.

    And why would they, when they can just keep the shakedown going by using the same set of excuses they’ve been using for years?

    Which is exactly why myself and a huge portion of other white Americans ceased caring at all about those people a long time ago.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  8. You can’t make this stuff up. Defunding the police, hurts… you guessed it. BLACK people.

    The people who fear black people most are….wait for it… black people.

    Of course, whites must aware have race reality awareness at all times. Blacks have been weaponized by YKW, and are now more dangerous than ever.

    But “snitches get stitches,” so black people will never own up to their own pathology. They will always, always, always blame YT.

    Their future is bleak, as it is for all of us. We’re going to have to face up to Evil to get our world back. But we’ve drifted too far from God, embracing “gay” marriage, trannyism, divorce, promiscuity, pornography, junk food, television, cell phones, etc. No room at the Inn, for God.

    So He’s left us to be on our own. How’s that working out for us. Yeah.

    • Thanks: NY Girl
  9. Bite Moi says:

    Shots ran out is one of the most “vibrant” parts of black culture.Far more common than good BBQ.

  10. jsinton says:

    Kinda reminds me of how I bought my first house and moved out of the hood. I got tired of all the gunfire outside my window and rolling off the bed onto the floor in the middle of the night.

  11. With respect, IMO the title for this piece –

    Black Leaders Claim Gun Violence in Shreveport Isn’t a “Black Problem,” Confirming the Gun Violence Is Exclusively Black-In-Origin

    and the concluding statement –

    Yes, black leaders of Shreveport, gun violence in your city is exclusively a black problem.

    are not substantiated by the article’s content.

    One may already agree, even be adamant, that American gun violence is heavily associated with the “black” segment of the population.

    But this article doesn’t show that, it just reveals a bunch of civil servants pleading the case for controlling gun violence, and making an occasional denial about the root cause. A denial doesn’t prove the opposite.

    I wonder if maybe Mr.Kelsey is too close to the narrative, whether it’s right or wrong, and maybe needs to take a step back every now and then to keep a clear focus.

  12. El Dato says:

    More than a year ago, Councilman Jerry Bowman Jr.:

    And while he was speaking, Bowman was interrupted by a woman holding a sign saying “WE DON’T BELIEVE YOU.”

    Who is “we” and what does “we” not believe?

    He went back and forth with the woman, and he reiterated that this is part of the problem and that leadership needs to be accountable.

    Leadership of whom need to be accountable for what to whom?

    The woman yelled out that he is the problem and will be replaced.

    Jerry isn’t even white!

  13. There are no black problems, in the sense that every black problem ends up a White problem.

    Whites via state and federal tax dollars have to pay the ER bills for the 85’s bang-bang follies.

    Integrationists owe segregationists a ginormous apology, preferably just before commiting seppuku.

    • Thanks: GeneralRipper, Raccoon
    • Replies: @KenH
  14. NY Girl says:

    Aphreikah Duhaney-West, CEO of Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport, said as a Level I trauma center, the hospital and its employees experience the violence firsthand.

    That’s it people. Shoot yourselves and then rely on a woman who can’t even spell “Africa” correctly to bandage you up. What could go wrong??

  15. I promise you that my right to bear arms won’t be infringed “because blacks can’t stop shooting each other”…

    • Agree: GeneralRipper
  16. Oh look. They learned a new word. “Pandemic”.

    They figure they can get better results from the government if they call typical African American behavior a pandemic.

    Does that mean typical African American behavior is a disease?

    TAAB syndrome. Just don’t say it’s genetic.

  17. anon[162] • Disclaimer says:

    try getting dindu-control 2 work 1st, assholes

  18. RickTen99 says:

    As in any larger urban area negroes account for 80+% of all violent crimes. The facts are overwhelming but the usual politicians, community so called leaders, news media etc can’t or won’t tell the truth. Places like Chicago have for years shown this to be true, 95% of all murders involve negroes or hispanics. Meanwhile, that 5% remaining amount involve all other races combined. Tsk, tsk, tsk you 5%ers, shame on you.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  19. HT says:

    Black “leaders” complain about the violence in black areas but then blame everything and everyone but the blacks living there who are the real cause of the violence. 60 years of this and they still refuse to admit the real problem. It is universal not just in American urban areas. Blacks are VIOLENT.

    • Agree: Joe Magarac
    • Replies: @Joe Magarac
    , @Bite Moi
  20. “When as a society did we become comfortable with resolving differences with violence?” When this country allowed black ghetto trash “culcha” to represent America. This is black ghetto trash life and Whites emulate and cuck to it everyday. The South already told you what would happen.

    • Agree: By-tor, AceDeuce
  21. usNthem says:

    Of course violence and particularly gun violence is a black problem – it always has been. Until this reality can be fully and truly acknowledged, nothing will change.
    Society at large has never been “comfortable” resolving differences with violence.What happened was society became uncomfortable holding blacks accountable for utilizing violence to resolve their differences.

  22. paum says:
    @MarkinLA

    It seems to be a big problem for those non-blacks who have to clean up the mess.

    • Replies: @CDebussey
  23. A hundred years from now, they’ll still be wailing about all the gun violence and the crime their friends, relatives and neighbors commit in the hood and they’ll still be having meetings to talk about what can be done. Nothing will change except for the worse if it’s left up to them as they’re incompetent, incapable and stupid.

    Everyone I know (or talk to) is sick and tired of them and their never-ending bullshite. Either the rest of the country wakes up via massive negro fatigue and realizes that these people need to be smacked down hard and controlled (despite the resultant wails of being “mistreated” that would result) or things will just continue and grow worse.

    Listening to them wail about all their self-created problems is like listening to a man who has 9 children by 6 different women wail about all the child support he has to pay and then learning that he’s got another girlfriend pregnant. That kind of stupidity deserves no sympathy and neither do blacks with all their pathologies. Their “talking about it” isn’t going to do shite or solve anything just like it never does.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'..., Raccoon
  24. loren says:

    off topic

    his Wife is a System Director at a Hospital and one one of her Customer service Reps that makes very little money and has 3 little kids with different baby daddies that aren’t around spent
    the stimulus money on a $2,000 Louis Vuitton Purse.

    This lady also applied for homes of humanity program. This is the BRA we are living in.

    w t f

  25. Slightly off topic but not really. Wow, just wow…

    https://www.cbs58.com/news/milwaukee-man-accused-of-killing-5-year-old-son-over-piece-of-cheesecake-pleads-guilty

    So, once cheesecake is outlawed, only outlaws will have cheesecake?

    They truly are not like us.

    • Replies: @AR in Illinois
  26. loren says:

    Impact: Consumer Categories Where African Americans …
    Again, with $1.2 trillion in spending power, African-American consumers are an important population for smart brands that want to grow market share and brand preference.

    S A L O N gonna tell ya about their plight,
    10 things black people fear that white people simply don’t
    It goes beyond racial profiling. African Americans are subjected to countless microaggressions on a daily basis.

    DISPARATE IMPACT
    NUMBER 4. Our daughters being expelled from school because of “zero tolerance policies.” According to a 2015 report titled
    “Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected,”
    that analyzed Department of Education data from the New York City and Boston school districts, 12 percent of black girls were subjected to exclusionary suspensions compared to just 2 percent of white girls.[WELL COLOR US SURPRISED, SALON].

    In New York City, during the 2011-2012 school year, 90 percent of all girls subject to expulsion were black. No white girls were suspended that year.

    Let that marinate for a minute. Before you

    • Replies: @Gaspar DeLaFunk
  27. @loren

    And she’ll have a grand total of $1.34 inside that purse after she looked under the cushions.

    • Replies: @loren
    , @AceDeuce
  28. @HT

    Ability to comprehend taking responsibility for one’s own behavior (or not) is perhaps a genetic trait.

    Could it be dindu nuffin is carved into their DNA?

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  29. @loren

    Not really all that off topic when you think about it.

  30. Bite Moi says:
    @HT

    HT———Many Whites think that the solution to gun violence is to disarm black people.I think that is both unconstitutional,and a bit extreme.Removing both thumbs should be adequate.

    • LOL: AR in Illinois
    • Replies: @NY Girl
    , @HT
  31. CDebussey says:
    @paum

    The biggest problem with them shooting each other is they don’t aim well enough to kill more. Cleaning up a greasy spot where a dead orc once laid is cheap, its the drain on emergency services and the health care system that does the most damage in this nation of the dumbest of the dumb.

    • Agree: Oil 'n Water
  32. bruce county says:
    @Joe Paluka

    We can’t colonize Mars fast enough.

  33. I am so sick and tired of hearing about these costly, bureaucratic, centrally planned, Level 1 Trauma Centers.

  34. SafeNow says:

    The only politically acceptable solution at this point would be to stop-question-frisk, along with blacks, vastly greater numbers of whites and Asians. White doctors and electricians and pizza chefs; Asian pharmacists, and STEM students carrying their calculus books and violins. This would be a frisk-whitey program that incidentally happened to scoop-up some black guns that might have been used in a carjacking,

    Wait, I take it back, The Floyd police officers just got sued for violating civil rights. The same thing might happen to you if you frisk a black guy. Why take that chance? The frisk ratios would be a good defense, but why upend your life defending a civil-rights case? And, with jury nullification, the frisk ratios might not save you from conviction and years of solitary.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  35. @Ultrafart the Brave

    But this article doesn’t show that

    Yes it does. Map the locations of violent criminal behavior mentioned in the article to a racial map of Shreveport.

    • Replies: @Ultrafart the Brave
  36. Anon[154] • Disclaimer says: • Website
    @Female in FL

    Doin the same thing in my former city. Last year, the cuck mayor did a preemptive tear down of the city’s namesakes statues. This was in March and April. So in the remaining 8 months they set a new record for homicides and agg assaults. This year they are commiting those crimes at double the rate of last year. So they had a big meeting and you know what their solution was besides “calling for an end to the violence”? Fucking midnight basketball and free admission to all the pools the city owns. Insanity is defined as repeating the same actions and expecting different results. This country needs to be locked up in a fucking padded room with a straight jacket.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  37. m. says:

    who fin-gah bez on de trig-gah, assholes?

  38. KenH says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    Whites via state and federal tax dollars have to pay the ER bills for the 85’s bang-bang follies.

    That’s another form of reparations we’ve been giving to undeserving blacks for decades. That’s why our medical bills are so high because the cost of treating indigent blacks gets amortized to all the people who do pay their medical bills who are disproportionately white since mestizos invade ER’s for routine treatment but rarely pay.

    • Agree: Sick of Orcs
    • Replies: @loren
  39. @Female in FL

    4. It’s not gun violence, it’s negro violence.

    Guns don’t kill people. Negroes kill people.

  40. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:
    @RickTen99

    I think at one time blacks were responsible for 95% (or more) of Detroit’s murders. Hell, they made Detroit the murder capital of the world. Quite an accomplishment. Also destroyed entire neighborhoods.

    • Replies: @Joe Magarac
  41. loren says:

    He looks latino> Army trainee hijacks school bus full of children. north carolina.

    • Replies: @Piglet
  42. Anonymous[344] • Disclaimer says:

    Thanks to “ open “ school districts, rental vouchers, and the affirmatively furthering fair housing act, they have moved their trade to the suburbs. Looking pretty shabby around here.

  43. AceDeuce says:
    @Mr. Rational

    Happy White people–that’s what they can’t stand and have to destroy.

    “….Hatred as an element of the struggle; a relentless hatred of the enemy, impelling us over and beyond the natural limitations that man is heir to and transforming him into an effective, violent, selective and cold killing machine. Our soldiers must be thus; a people without hatred cannot vanquish a brutal enemy.”

    “We must carry the war into every corner the enemy happens to carry it: to his home, to his centers of entertainment; a total war. It is necessary to prevent him from having a moment of peace, a quiet moment outside his barracks or even inside; we must attack him wherever he may be; make him feel like a cornered beast wherever he may move. Then his moral fiber shall begin to decline. He will even become more beastly, but we shall notice how the signs of decadence begin to appear.”

    Che Guevara, 1967

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  44. loren says:

    Well done, Weldon,

    Obama’s Early Release Cocaine Dealer Kills Woman, Slits Throats of Two Children.

  45. @Female in FL

    Aphreikah Duhaney-West. That moniker caught my eye, too. Oh, and I agree with bullet point 7.

    • Thanks: Female in FL
  46. @Ultrafart the Brave

    It’s “Kersey,” dumb ass.

    • LOL: SCuba Steve
  47. Anonymous[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon

    I’m certainly not clairvoyant, but I see shootings coming to basketball courts, and pools. Funny how that works. Getting easier to predict.

  48. magila says:
    @Joe Paluka

    Believe me, she’s nothing more than a diverse picture on the org-chart. Guaranteed she makes no decisions and likes it that way. One of millions of “cling-ons” that drag down companies and institutions both public and private. Another guarantee–she and her ilk are the last to be fired in economic trouble.

  49. @Anonymous

    I think at one time blacks were responsible for 95% (or more) of Detroit’s murders. Hell, they made Detroit the murder capital of the world. Quite an accomplishment. Also destroyed entire neighborhoods.

    In some cases truly and completely destroyed. Grass grows through the streets.

    • Replies: @AR in Illinois
  50. Bite Moi says:
    @SafeNow

    SafeNow———White Officers should respond slowly to crimes in da’hood. Ideally response to 911 calls should be delayed until a black officer is available.Black people can do their part by not calling 911 for every little stabbing or drive by.

    • Replies: @SCuba Steve
  51. @Female in FL

    “2. Kids that play t ball are not babies.”

    In black patois, “baby” means any black person born to a mother, i.e., every black person of any age. This is how they rhetorically infantilize every black victim, and every black perpetrator.

    • Replies: @NY Girl
  52. @PO'd in PG County

    Scuffed Jordan’s, last chicken wing…now cheesecake. What will these subhuman NOT kill over? They are not like us, indeed!

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  53. loren says:
    @KenH

    I only partly disagree.
    I have a BA in Health Science and have studied the system.
    It is about greed and control.

    College was cheap. then came gov loans.
    houses were affordable, then gov loans ruined that [eat away at middle class].
    med care was affordable. then came gov and asian and (((white))) mds etc.
    as of 1980? one could be a physical therapist with a BS in PT. then came the ‘need’ for more schooling.

  54. NY Girl says:
    @loren

    Hey, @ Female in FL, you got a Louis Vuitton purse??

    Yeah, me neither. And NYS held back $2,000 of my refund so I ain’t getting one any time soon.

    • Replies: @Female in FL
  55. NY Girl says:
    @Bite Moi

    Violates the 8th Amendment.

    Also prevents them from killing each other and taking lethal doses of fentanyl.

    But, yeah, more the 8th Amendment.

  56. NY Girl says:
    @gutta percha

    You might be on to something here. These sows are genuinely surprised when a cop shoots a “teen” in the process of stabbing another “teen” because to them, dey babiezz have the understanding level of a set-lipped infant.

  57. Why does Black Lives Matter when a “Thug” (that has warrants for committed crimes) gets stopped by the police, then resists, then gets chocked out or shot dead. It’s a Black outrage and they scream taht we need to defund the police and blame Trump.

    -= BUT =-

    If a little pickaninny, that is in it’s nest doing making a mess, gets shot in the head by a stray bullet, from “Thugs” shooting each other in the street, why don’t we hear from BLM, Al Sharption, or Sessie Jaackscoon about the dead pickaninny?

    You want to know why?

    Because Blacks Lives DO NOT MATTER to the BLM organization, it’s all political bull crap!

    • Agree: SCuba Steve
    • LOL: NY Girl
  58. @loren

    Are there any white girls IN the NYC schools??

  59. Raccoon says:

    Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond also spoke, saying “we do a lot of talking and we need to see more action.” He asked, “When as a society did we become comfortable with resolving differences with violence?”

    Jesus. The African society, with an average 75 point IQ, is perfectly comfortable with resolving issues with violence. This is simple, quantifiable human(?) behaviour.

    When will the authorities who are supposed to be there to protect us get off their collective butts and do so?

  60. @Bite Moi

    Black people can do their part by not calling 911 for every little stabbing or drive by.

    Surely they wouldn’t call for a stabbing? Knife fights are common among their children dontcha know… 😁

  61. @Jus' Sayin'...

    Map the locations of violent criminal behavior mentioned in the article to a racial map of Shreveport.

    This reinforces my opinion on the article – while facts may be available to substantiate the headline assertion, then article fails to do so.

    For people with local or regional knowledge of the city concerned, the article may just confirm what readers already know. Preaching to the converted, so to speak.

    However, the [ Unz.com ] site has a global audience – local knowledge is not a given.

    Your response helps to fill in the gaps left by the article’s omission of supporting evidence.

    I’m already satisfied that violent crime in the USA is concentrated within the 16% “black” demographic – arguments about why that may be so don’t deflect the fact. However, an article which asserts “Yes, black leaders of Shreveport, gun violence in your city is exclusively a black problem…” without substantiation is just that – an unsupported assertion, which can be argued as such by anyone without the inclination, resources or local assistance to clarify the basis for the claim.

    In a media environment dominated by misinformation and racial manipulation, this matters.

    • Replies: @SCuba Steve
  62. Agreed. Part of the scam is a result of demographic invasion. Fancier, more expensive degrees of dubious value are “required” for natives to compete with, say, 10,000 average but adequate physical therapists from India or China visa’d in to work for peanuts.

    • Replies: @loren
  63. Piglet says:
    @loren

    The perp is Jovan Collazo, 23, who left Fort Jackson, SC, in his physical training uniform and carrying a rifle without ammo. He went a short distance in the bus before putting off everyone else, drove the bus for a few miles before ditching it, leaving the empty rifle in the bus. He tried to flag down a ride on the interstate but was unsuccessful. He had only been in basic training for three weeks.

    I don’t know how he left his unit with a rifle. Normally those are locked up in the arms room and only passed out to trainees when going off to training, and then they’re put back at the end of the day. Trainees are always under close supervision, so there’s an interesting story behind this story.

    • Replies: @SCuba Steve
  64. @Joe Magarac

    I think the show “Life After People” was partly thought-up by someone that had been through areas like that. They exist all over the US. Parts of my old hometown are almost completely destroyed. They can’t create, only destroy. They don’t belong in first-world societies.

    • Replies: @Piglet
  65. AceDeuce says:
    @Female in FL

    Hey-that’s enough to buy a small bag of BBQ pork rinds at the bodega. Winning!

    • LOL: Female in FL
  66. HT says:
    @Bite Moi

    Why take a chance? Do both.

  67. loren says:
    @Sick of Orcs

    explain..who r u responding 2?

    • Replies: @Sick of Orcs
  68. C LA says:
    @Joe Paluka

    Re: “Aphreikah Duhaney-West, CEO of Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport”

    At least we got a new nickname for Louisiana out of this story: Africa West.

    Just in the past few weeks in occupied New Orleans: A black street performer in a Chewbacca suit stabbed a rival in the French Quarter; seven teens of color (5 boys, 2 girls) carjacked & then crashed a pickup; an ambulance was ambulancejacked from a hospital; a white coffee shop franchisee in the French Quarter had his store ownership revoked for criticizing LeBron (“TheBrown”) James on Twitter; a white Alabama grandmother was fatally punched by a brotha in (guess where?) the French Quarter; Nike moved its store from a crime-ridden section of Mid City to the leafy Elmwood suburb; Joe Biden wants to spend billions to remove a major section of I-10 that was built through (meaning over) a not-so-historic “historic Black neighborhood” just above the (yup) French Quarter. This list only scratches the surface of the never-ending crime wave in the Big Easy. (Melanated persons commit about 97% of NOLA’s annual homicides.) This website ought to open a New Orleans bureau just to cover it.

    And as SBPDL reported last week, nine black chillun were shot at a birthday party in nearby enriched city LaPlace, and none of the 60 adults snitched on the shooter.

    Biden also summoned the bravery last week to call white nationalism “the most lethal terrorist threat to our homeland today.”

    • Replies: @Female in FL
  69. @C LA

    You did such a fine job of reporting, consider yourself the Bureau Chief of New Orleans.
    That coffee shop, PJs, needs to be boycotted. Let them survive on negro purchases.
    Looking forward to your future posts.

    • Agree: Detroit Refugee, NY Girl
  70. Piglet says:
    @AR in Illinois

    My hometown isn’t destroyed but I almost wish it had been. It has become inundated with white-hating liberals who worship BLM. Not only do residents put out BLM signs in their front yards, the churches put large BLM banners out front. The high school and elementary schools, named for two prominent founding fathers, have been given nondescript names because those founding fathers had owned “enslaved people.” (Probably the last time people in those family lines had honest, steady employment and weren’t engaged in lives revolving around violent crime and debauchery.) Of course, the city is overwhelmingly white and relatively safe from negro violence, so they can afford to send out their virtue signals without risk.

    It seems my hometown wants to emulate San Francisco in all respects. Whenever I go there I notice more and more street corner beggers and vagrants with junk-filled shopping carts, which were unheard of years ago when it was a normal city.

    Now I hate going there. I really do.

  71. @AR in Illinois

    There was a fatal shooting in the D about 8 years ago. Over a cheap phone. Not these $1,000 ones of today.
    An Obama Sail Foam. And the scene was classic negro chaos. Too many to count, screeching & ookin’ in the front yard of some Sec8 “Fambly home”.

    So they will kill over literally nothing.

    • Agree: AR in Illinois
  72. @Ultrafart the Brave

    Do you think the preacher tells the choir each and every Sunday who Jesus was and what His life meant? 😁

  73. @loren

    Response to 55. Your response to KenH

    Occasionally a comment at unz is left orphaned.

  74. @Piglet

    Maybe it was a dummy rifle. Used in drill/march training (at least they used to be). Those aren’t watched nearly as close as the real ones, and look real enough to fool a layman.

  75. @NY Girl

    That dope could have gone to an upscale consignment shop for that purse and with the rest gone to KFC, the liquor store for a couple Hennessy bottles, and the convenience store for Newports.
    Negroes just don’t know anything about making their dollars stretch.

  76. @SCuba Steve

    Maybe it was a dummy rifle. Used in drill/march training (at least they used to be). Those aren’t watched nearly as close as the real ones, and look real enough to fool a layman.

    Maybe, but probably not at a BCT \ AIT post like Ft. Jackson. Like he said, there’s got to be an interesting story there. Whether or not we ever learn what really happened is a question.

  77. Piglet says:
    @SCuba Steve

    Hard to say. When I went to basic at that same place (admittedly a very long time ago) I never saw dummy rifles, and we trainees carried the real thing everywhere we went. (There’s nothing quite like the sound of an M-16 being accidentally dropped onto a hard surface, quickly followed by a drill sergeant saying, “Get on down with it!” Dropping a weapon was good for 50 push-ups and maybe more if the drill sergeant was particularly displeased with the fumble-fingered trainee.) Almost a decade later I was issued a dummy rifle while going through the Fort Rucker Air Assault course, but unlike basic training we just had them for carrying purposes on forced marches and not going to the rifle ranges.

    Back in basic training we didn’t have racial problems. Drill sergeants said there were no black or white trainees, only green, Army green. We were all suffering together and a single person’s screw-up, such as a unbuttoned flap over a shirt pocket, could have us all doing 50 push-ups or more, so we worked together, which was the whole point of the group punishment.

    It didn’t last, however, and the racial problems were plentiful at permanent party assignments around the military.

    • Agree: SCuba Steve
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