Those “youths” in Chicago are back in the news.
According to CBS News, “50 young people” barged into a Walgreen’s and cleaned the shelves of bottled drinks and sandwiches. The police were able to arrest three of the teenagers. Earlier this year, the Magnificent Mile was hit by another roving band of “youths.”
These “teenagers” made national headlines after a “flash mob” of youths went on rampage in a ritzy Chicago shopping district and attacked elderly people with baseball bats. The “youths” quickly followed up that particular attack with fresh attacks on Chicago bus passengers.
In other news:
(1) The truth has come out about Black Memorial Day 2011 in Chicago: “We have a couple of gentlemen, well, actually a few people, threatening to shoot us, threatening to whoop our ass,” the caller said. “They’re unhooking our equipment.”
“There’s a fight breaking out on this beach because there’s nothing but animals covering this beach today,” one woman told the 9-1-1 dispatcher.
“They just took down somebody and started kicking him, I mean you can’t even walk along the bike path or ride along the bike path, there’s no crowd control,” one woman said. “What’s going on?”
(2) Another group of “youths” recently shot two Hispanic teenagers in Chicago because they didn’t belong to a gang.
Jose Gutierrez’s 13-year-old brother, shot dead while wearing Air Jordans, and his 16-year-old companion were shot by a gang of … we don’t know because the Mainstream Media refuses to tell us.
(3) The Mainstream Media (MSM) in Chicago is also FINALLY REPORTING who is responsible for the violence in Chicago: Sarah Palin, the NRA, and handguns.
According to Chicago Police Supt. Garry McCarthy, the accessibility of firearms in Chicago is an extension of “government-sponsored racism” that goes back to slavery and Jim Crow.
“So here’s what I want to tell you. See, let’s see if we can make a connection here. Slavery. Segregation. Black codes. Jim Crow. What, what did they all have in common? Anybody getting’ scared? Government sponsored racism.”
“Now I want you to connect one more dot on that chain of the African American history in this country, and tell me if I’m crazy. Federal gun laws that facilitate the flow of illegal firearms, into our urban centers across this country, that are killing our black and brown children,” he said.
“The NRA does not like me, and I’m okay with that. We’ve got to get the gun debate back to center, and it’s got to come with the recognition of who’s paying the price for the gun manufacturers being rich and living in gated communities,” McCarthy said.
“She was caribou hunting and talking about the right to bear arms. Why wasn’t she at the crime scene with me?”
Sarah Palin shot a caribou on her reality television show on TLC. In shooting the caribou, Sarah Palin is guilty of causing a bloody crime wave of “youth violence” in Chicago. The blood on 13-year-old Richard Gutierrez’s Air Jordans is on the hands of Sarah Palin.
Wait a minute.
Slavery never existed in Chicago. Illinois wasn’t a Jim Crow state. None of these “youths” were ever slaves. They never lived under Jim Crow. Especially the Hispanics.
Under slavery, African-Americans were not allowed to own firearms, and were only given access to guns on account of granting them “civil rights.” If firearms were taken away from blacks, that would be a return to slavery, as the last thing slaveowners wanted was for African-Americans to own firearms.
Until recently, handguns were banned in Chicago, and African-Americans and Hispanics have been shooting each other there for decades. This was going on long before anyone had ever heard of Sarah Palin. Virtually all of these “youths” voted for Barack Hussein Obama in 2008, that is, if they bothered to vote at all.
Update: Yet another incredible story in Chicago about Arab business owners, African-Americans, and EBT card foodstamp fraud:
“Authorities say they seized $377,000 in cash from a Waukegan couple accused of defrauding food stamp and nutrition programs at their small grocery store. . .
In all, the couple are accused of defrauding $500,000 under the food stamp and nutrition programs over the last two years.”