Friday, August 12, 2011

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter takes aim at black flash mobs and their parents.

Maybe all black liberals don't think a like after all. I never would have pegged Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter as being strict on cracking down on marauding black teens in his city. Progressives aren't really known for being tough on crime. Normally they tend to just blame the teens surroundings as the problem. Progressives somethings come to the conclusion that I just single out blacks for the hell of it in order to trash them. That's not the case at all. I just refuse to stick my head into the ground and pretend reality isn't going on around me on a daily basis. I don't excuse bad behavior. It's nice for once to see and hear a prominent black progressive actually lay the record out straight in not defending bad behavior by black youths. Mayor Michael Nutter spoke last Sunday at his church Mount Carmel Baptist Church about the plan his city is going to implement to combat the black flash mobs terrorizing his city. He also pointed out that many problems that face black teens are problems they bring on themselves through their own self destructive thought patterns and behaviors. It was refreshing to hear another black person tell the truth instead of trying to hide the real problem facing young black people in America. Thank You Mayor Nutter. I can only hope black teens who are apart of these flash mobs heed his words. I highly recommend everybody watch Mayor Nutter's speech in it's entirety to truly understand how significant his speech was.

FYI: Michael Nutter is friends with the Obama's. It's amazing how two people who are friends with the same way of thinking can in other ways be completely different.


Anonymous shannon said...

I am grateful that nutter butter said these words and not some white "old, racist, bigoted preacher who has no idea what it is like to grow up poor, black and despised" (hell, I can practically hear liberals saying that).

Hopefully, Nutter will not be mocked and ridiculed as others have been.

9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've read the comments on YouTube, while many of those who supported what Mayor Nutter said, others called him a "sellout" and an "Uncle Tom".

Like the previous post about the black mob who attacked patrons at the state fair, where are the parents? More like the question is: What happened to the parents?

or better yet, What happened to the families?

Prior to the passing of the Civil Rights bill, most black families were tight and close, regardless of their social or economic background.

The passing of the Civil Rights bill was favorable. But according to sociologists and historians, Pres. Lyndon Baines Johnson "Great Society" program was what did it. Awarding poor black families, and other families millions, which led them more to be dependable on the government.

5:37 PM  

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