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Posted By: DW626, 4/30/2021 8:24:22 AM

Many of us recently saw an online video of a young teenage girl brandishing a knife, large enough to be a deadly weapon, attempting to stab another young girl. Just in the nick of time, a police officer shot the attacker, who died. While this is the most extreme video I've seen, there are many other instances of similar behavior, mostly unrecorded by media. Somehow, we have become a nation in which literally thousands of young people are walking around, ready at a moment's notice to react with violence,

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Reply 1 - Posted by: downnout 4/30/2021 8:28:47 AM (No. 771409)
Feral animals.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: aasilver 4/30/2021 8:46:27 AM (No. 771433)
The 'victims' group has been given permission to get revenge.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Blue-Z-Anna 4/30/2021 8:57:48 AM (No. 771448)
Life is hard. If it's hardships can be blamed on an oppressor......then that oppressor must die. It's only FAIR !!! Bad premise but logical conclusion. Get rural and live.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: MattMusson1 4/30/2021 8:58:41 AM (No. 771449)
If you can find it, search YouTube for the Chicago Park bodycam footage of the man who attacked a female officer with a knife and was tased. He pulls off the wires, gets up an stabs the female office 4 times as nearby officer's shoot. It probably took a dozen bullets to drop him. It is disturbing video and you have to login to verify your age. But, it is stunning.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: bpl40 4/30/2021 9:06:38 AM (No. 771460)
The author keeps saying "young people" But is that all there is?. The gun homicide death rate of non-black America is close that of Scandinavian countries. Some of the most pacifist societies in the world. We DO NOT have a random violence problem in this country. We do have a black criminals coddled by white liberals problem. Unless we as a people and society (including all blacks)) honestly come face to face with the true nature of this blight, there can be no solution.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Laotzu 4/30/2021 9:09:43 AM (No. 771463)
Swing and a miss. The Author makes the mistaken observation that these violent crazies "do not respond to cultural norms." Wrong. They are quite responsive to the current cultural norms in which they are surrounded 24-7 by every public institution. Specifically, racial Marxism and licentious sexuality. For 55 years the Black Community has gone down the drain because of a defective, anti-family, anti-father, state-dependent culture. We are all Black now.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: SweetPea3 4/30/2021 9:42:40 AM (No. 771499)
Born into a violent and vulgar culture. These kids didn't come out of the womb this way, they were taught.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: bighambone 4/30/2021 9:55:58 AM (No. 771518)
The problem is those young violent predators do not have a mindset they are feral. Biden could kiss their butts on into the future and hand them all the money the government could collect from productive people and the situation would only get worse.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: dovestar 4/30/2021 9:57:44 AM (No. 771519)
Yes, the problem is spiritual and the demons are running loose. Fact, every American of European ancestry, whether Catholic, Protestant or atheist, has Catholic ancestors. It took several generations of effort to weed out worship of the pagan gods, ie., demons through ALL the Sacrements and exorcisms of the Church. Africans that were brought to America as slaves were Christianized through Protestant denominations that have no such exorcisms, only the Sacrament of Baptism, and do not baptize their infants. The Latin culture as well, though mostly Catholic, in some areas did not completely weed out the pagan gods of particularly the Mayan culture. Too many criticize the Catholic Church, but when demons are involved and an exorcism is needed, many recognize the need for a Catholic priest. By the way, not all priests are trained exorcists, though they should all be capable of minor exorcism prayers. Unfortunately, there's probably a good number of priests themselves that don't believe in the presence of the demonic and consider exorcisms a medieval practice. St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: crunchycon 4/30/2021 10:11:42 AM (No. 771525)
My 92-year-old mother is a retired schoolteacher. She remembers back in the '70s and '80s when "experts" said kids shouldn't have control their emotions but should always be allowed to express themselves. Can't help but think we're reaping what we have sown.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Strike3 4/30/2021 10:38:38 AM (No. 771563)
The size of the knife matters not, a three inch blade can kill with one well-placed slash. The mooselimbs who "did something" on 9/11/01 used boxcutters with one-inch blades to take over entire planeloads of passengers. Only Todd Beamer and the passengers on Flight 93 had the good sense and courage to fight back. The animals in our midst are of our own creation. The problem is psychological, not legal or political. Allowing small, insignificant crimes only encourages bigger crimes. Now that it has all gotten out of control it is up to us to fix it because the police have been handcuffed. Who is on board?
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Reply 12 - Posted by: stablemoney 4/30/2021 11:47:06 AM (No. 771597)
Many young people have never had any discipline, do not respect adults, have no manners, and cannot go a second without gratification. Monsters growing into adults to terrorize civilization. Parental and teacher authority has been removed. It needs to be restored. Get the paddles back out. Get rid of the diversity excuses. That is a fraud for allowing no performance. You tolerate trash, and you get piles of it.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: DVC 4/30/2021 12:05:23 PM (No. 771615)
The inner city black "urban culture" has created an entire subculture which views a hair-trigger, ultra violent, deadly and often armed response to the slightest perceived disrespect, real or imagined, as their right, their normal response, just what they are supposed to do. This is a very, very dangerous and uncivilized subgroup. Males and females alike primed for hair trigger extreme violence. Be wary, be very observant when around them and be equipped and skilled enough to be able to protect yourself and your loved ones from them. An attack may be entirely unprovoked or come from the slightest thing. You have exactly as much security as you brought with you.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 4/30/2021 12:22:11 PM (No. 771633)
Though I’m well aware of black cultural issues and violence, I’d like to point out that it’s not just blacks. My daughter is a millennial and I remember being shocked at how frequently she would tell me about her friends getting into fist fights over petty things. I kept wondering how a group of young people who were raised by the “peace” generation turned out to be so violent. I think it goes back to the whole idea of self esteem and participation trophies. For two generations kids have been told that they are special and that they don’t have to earn self esteem or respect - it is handed to them. Though what they are given is phony. They are spoiled toddlers who don’t grow up and who only know how to throw tantrums when they are “dissed” or denied what they want.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: bad-hair 4/30/2021 12:26:34 PM (No. 771635)
It's simply a physical expression of the screech a 2 year old lets out at the beginning of a temper tantrum. I didn't get my way so I'm gonna hurt someone. Attentive parents know to put a stop to it pronto.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: felixcat 4/30/2021 1:12:58 PM (No. 771663)
RE #11. No I am not Black. Especially since I no longer have to take the DC/MD/VA subway into work anymore as I am now able to work from home. 24 years of putting up with gangs of foul mouth black pre-and teen girls, young black males getting in your face on the subway train car and threatening to off you up, openly eating a full meal in a styrofoam contained inside the subway car, etc ad nauseum.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: lakerman1 4/30/2021 1:26:09 PM (No. 771679)
In the U.S. Supreme Court decision, Goss v. Lopez, 1975, the Court ruled that elementary/secondary education was a property right, and thus a student could not be expelled or suspended without a hearing. Due process was required. School districts avoided the costs of due process by avoiding the expelling of badly behaved students. Then, on July 26, 2012, the Kenyan Klown issued an executive order titled, "On The Education Of African American Students" which created, among other things, a quota system on student discipline based on race. Google it. That is part of the violence problem.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: DVC 4/30/2021 1:28:50 PM (No. 771681)
#9. your claim that Protestants "do not baptize their infants" is just flat out wrong. I was baptized and have attended a number of baptisms in Protestant churches. Misinformation.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: anniebc 4/30/2021 1:32:29 PM (No. 771684)
The culture of death has been pumped into this generation; it is to be expected. Ex out God and you get evil, death, and destruction.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: DVC 4/30/2021 2:34:50 PM (No. 771730)
#14, yes, 'spoiled toddlers who don't grow up' and throw tantrums....with guns and knives, all too often. Yes, failures to civilize them. Friends raised two daughters, find young ladies in their adulthood. One was always mild mannered and well behaved, in general. The parents tell me that at age two the other was a terror. Verbal reprimand got a kick of the parent in return, which got a swat on the butt, which got a glare and another kick. The father tells me that paddling had zero impact, to the point that they abandoned it before it reached child abuse levels. Locking the child in a room for an hour got crashing noises as every thing in reach was thrown, many toys broken, and never to be replaced. After an hour or more, things would settle down. They eventually won, but some kids, even girls are really difficult to civilize. And it seems that the black community has had many, many serious failures to civilize children, leaving very violent, hair trigger adults or young people who are quite dangerous. I have no magical answers other than to say that civilizing tantrum prone children is supremely important, and parents must do it.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: DVC 4/30/2021 2:35:43 PM (No. 771731)
correction to #20...."fine young ladies..."
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Reply 22 - Posted by: 3XALADY 4/30/2021 3:28:42 PM (No. 771767)
I'm wondering if smoking marijuana is part of the problem, but I don't know how prevalent it is in the black neighborhoods. They are probably way past MJ as far as drugs go. The reason I ask is because I have seen how the brains of people who smoke MJ mature a lot later than the brains of those who don't. And these feral terrorists don't seem so mature.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: AntiStatist 4/30/2021 3:51:18 PM (No. 771778)
#18, you are correct, as I'm Protestant and I've witnessed many baptisms of infants, though I do wonder what the point is of an infant accepting Christ as Savior. The infant doesn't yet have free will, and the choice is being made by the parents, though parents will certainly not be present at the "Pearly Gates" when that infant eventually is called to judgment. As an infant and without free will, and should that child die before acquiring reason the child is "in". But that child can't logically be baptized before it acquires free will and reason, and thus able to make the decision knowing what's required as part of the sacrament. Seems to me that infant baptism is more for the parents than the infant, and it's a pointless gesture for both infant and parents. Just my opinion. I was baptized at 13, and looking back that may have been a little premature at the time(g).
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Reply 24 - Posted by: MickTurn 4/30/2021 8:54:04 PM (No. 772024)
The Mindset is easy to understand if you look at how they have been allowed to run wild as soon as they wanted to. No rules, No parental oversight, no real education, no morals, no religion...what did you expect? That is why there are no better than animals and react to everything emotionally. Add to that no repercussions for any action and Viola, Violent Stew!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: dovestar 4/30/2021 9:36:41 PM (No. 772041)
#18 I am referring to a certain subset to which most black Americans belong. I am quite aware that the Lutheran and Anglican/Episcopalian wing of Christianity practice infant baptism, a practice abandoned by some only relatively recently in the history of the church.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: dovestar 4/30/2021 9:44:32 PM (No. 772047)
And #23, the point of infant baptism, other than rescuing the child lest death take them early, is to give that child a fighting chance against Evil. It is to reconnect the bond with God that was broken by the disobedience of Adam and Eve, restoring the access to Supernatural Grace. I don't blame you for not understanding the 'Catholic' explanation. Most Catholics since Vatican II have no clue either. Have a blessed weekend.
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