Sultan Knish: The Guns of Obamerica

67% of firearm murders took place in the country’s 50 largest metro areas. The 62 cities in those metro areas have a firearm murder rate of 9.7, more than twice the national average. Among teenagers the firearm murder rate is 14.6 or almost three times the national average. Those numbers are from six years ago. They have grown worse since.

Those are the crowded cities of Obamerica.

via Sultan Knish: The Guns of Obamerica.

What you will never hear in your MSM broadcast.

6 Replies to “Sultan Knish: The Guns of Obamerica”

  1. Can’t go this route with you. We are one America, no matter what our differences are. The post by this guy is at the least bigoted and maybe even racist. I respect your blog, Miguel, but this guy’s post is disturbing.




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    1. It is intentionally disturbing, but not more so than the disintegration of the African American culture,l family and even life for political purposes.
      In a few more decades, real chains will be not necessary to control the black population since the legal chains will be all that is needed. We will have a race that will not be able to access basic freedoms because of a fake political culture that promotes irresponsibility and praises surviving felons with cash prizes. And if they survive, they also realize it was a sham, but by then it is too late.




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      1. I don’t agree that all urban blacks should be be characterized as criminals any more so than all rural whites should be called hillbillies. It’s a practice that leads to dangerous stereotyping and bigotry. I’m not sure how many meth labs there are in rural Wyoming and Montana, but to say that that if you’re 30 and live in those states you’re a tweaker is just plain ridiculous.

        Again, just my opinion. This kind of stuff sounds way too much like white supremacy talk for my taste.




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        1. Again, just my opinion. This kind of stuff sounds way too much like white supremacy talk for my taste.
          Look at what you just said. Nowhere in the article or my comment racism of supremacy has been mentioned. But we have been conditioned so thoroughly that we cannot say anything at all about any other race that we automatically self-censor on the fear to be accused as insensitive or racist.
          The problem is that those within the Black community that can rise up to leadership positions and point out the horrendous fallacy are quickly shunned and even threatened into silence. I admit I have no idea how to break the cycle and it pains me to see it being perpetuated.




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      2. ” I don’t agree that all urban blacks should be be characterized as criminals any more so than all rural whites should be called hillbillies.” Nope but that’s not what Miguel is saying…it just seems to be what you’re inferring.
        Here’s a few fun facts.
        Blacks comprise 14% of the US population.
        Now, that 14% provides between37-40% and change, depending on locality, of the US prison population.
        They also comprise 49% of the federal, state and local welfare rolls.
        So they are having an effect far outstripping their mass. and NOT in a good way either.

        What he’s saying is that they’ve been lied to by the same people who had their ancestors in chains in the FIRST place. Being lied to and tricked into putting themselves, their children, their childrens children, and your, miguels, everyones BACK into chains of their own violition through deception, destruction and fallacies of hatred and bigotry being sown by the people who want to put them there.




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