Mpls, Indianapolis and Chicago at the crossroad
“Murderapolis continues to flourish” was our column headline, September 26, 2011. We, as Chicago, Indianapolis, and other cities, are at a crossroads: Choose between the protection and prosperity for the “helping” bureaucracies or protection and prosperity for those they were established to help?
More trillions for bureaus or for those the bureaus were created to help? “Murderapolis?” Minneapolis, Chicago, Indianapolis and other cities, or not Murderapolis?
As the nation’s attention turns to violence involving guns in Minneapolis, Chicago and Indianapolis, among other cities, proportionality is seen: Each city is on par with the level of gun violence per capita. Why won’t the violence go away?
(1) illegal drugs, especially heroin, an evil driving terrorism in cities like Minneapolis;
(2) a disturbing number of African American males confined to wheelchairs due to shootings and assaults;
(3) attacks on police officers (Indianapolis police officers have been shot at 18 times this year by gunmen firing from ambush);
(4) a reduction in the number of police officers and sheriffs needed;
(5) continue spending of trillions to support the bureaucracies established to help people rather than spending it on helping people excel in education, jobs, and housing; and
(6) all contributing to what seem like policies reflecting a calculated and intentional genocide. Continue Reading →