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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Huh. Random "youths" go on a rampage

Anyone want to peruse this and tell me the color of their skin?

A slew of vicious, “flash mob”-style attacks at Temple University left at least six students beaten and bloodied over the weekend, along with a cop and a police horse. 
More than 150 teens, spread out in groups of 20 or 30, descended upon the campus at around 8:30 p.m. on Friday — wreaking havoc for nearly two hours before eventually dispersing, according to NBC 10.

If these kids had been white, or Oriental, I'm pretty sure we would have read about it.

The horde seemed to be targeting people at random during the attacks — pummeling them, destroying their personal items and even robbing them in some instances. 
In one incident, a female student named Christina Laulette was beaten to a bloody pulp and hospitalized after a group of youths ganged up on her and two others.

Beaten to a bloody pulp.  And young Miss Laulette's father lets the cat out of the bag:

“Her and her 2 male friends where badly beaten by a group of 30-40 black teenagers on their way home from the Temple football game,” her father, Joe Lauletta, recalled in a Facebook post on Saturday night.

It's hard for me, when I work with people from all over this country, to shift into a "me-vs-them" mindset just based on skin color.  But do you EVER see mobs of white kids issuing beat downs?  Do you see Korean kids running down Wilshire Boulevard playing the Knock-Out Game?  Do we have gangs of Scandinavian kids running wild through Minneapolis-St. Paul?

No.  We don't.  What do we see?  Black mobs attacking people at random.  Mexican thugs assaulting people at Trump rallies in California.  Every liberal "favored" group, destroying the civilization that other people have built.  And quite frankly I'm getting tired of it.

I love my black co-workers, and I'd defend them to the death.  But I wouldn't go into their neighborhood, and for good reasons.  Hell, even some of them don't go back to the neighborhoods they grew up in!  I worked with a guy who had to deal with "He ain't a real niggah!" every time he went home!

A country cannot live like this.  You cannot have one group of people consistently committing violence against another group, while simultaneously calling the group being attacked "racist" and telling them that they have "privilege".

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