All we have heard about for weeks now is the murder of Black men by law enforcement.
Discussed for a minute by Blacks and never by the mainstream media, is the murder of Black men by Black men, Black boys by Black boys, etc.
Apparently, there is no money to be made in black on black crime so why bother and the grievance industry knows it, which explains why black on black crime, is less than a blip on the radar.
We have seen the grievance industry at work the past month instigating in New York and Missouri moving the mob mentality to do commit horrible crimes to their own.
For example, at last Sunday’s “Unity Rally for Justice for Michael Brown” in Ferguson, Al Sharpton said during another one of his fiery speeches, “We are not looters. We are liberators…..”
Well that speech did nothing to quell the violence in Ferguson, if anything it fired up those negative elements looking to take advantage of a good crisis.
Sure, the looting and chaos eventually tampered down but for how long? Instigators and race baiters, i.e., Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Eric Holder, Barack Obama, the Communist Party, Malik Shabazz, the Nation of Islam, the Black Panther Party and the mainstream media had nothing to do with the quell of violence in Ferguson but they instigated much of it.
On Saturday, the same opportunist of the grievance industry (Al Sharpton) marched through streets of Staten Island, New York to protest the police killing of Eric Garner in the “We Will Not Go Back” March.”
That is a lot of marching and protesting on behalf of men killed by the police state as compared to the hundred of dead bodies piling up in Black communities across America, all of whom are slaughtered by Blacks.
None of the above dared to extend their sympathies or deliver a shout out to the family of nine-year-old Antonio Smith found in a Chicago backyard with multiple gunshots wounds last week.
On the day Antonio was killed, he phoned his mother to ask if he could have a cupcake for snack. Antonio’s mother denied Antonio his cupcake. Mom responded that she was on her way home from work.
Antonio upset that he could not have a cupcake left the house.
Moments later Antonio’s older brother called the mother to tell her Antonio walked out of the house.
Twenty minutes later, police found Antonio with two gunshot wounds to his chest a block or so away from where he and his family lived.
As of this morning Antonio remains in ICU.
So far this year, Chicago has had 1,258 shootings compared to last year’s rate of 2,185 shootings
Between 4:40 p.m. Friday and 3 a.m.Sunday, there has been about 24 shootings in Chicago this weekend, one of which was a three year old who found a gun in his home.
Police suspect that the gun which has mysteriously disappeared may have been accidentally fired by little James Jenkins who suffered a wound to his head or by one of his friends.
Last weekend there was 21 shootings in New York City.
To date, this year, New York City has had more than 700 shootings including the shooting of 7 people Saturday amounting to a 13% increase from last year.
Yet with the exception of grieving family and friends, there is an overwhelming silence.
Where is the outrage?
Where is Al Sharpton? Where is Jesse Jackson? Where is Eric Holder? Where is Barack Obama?
Oh my bad, there’s no money to be made in Black on Black crime.