Monday, August 11, 2014

Youth Riot In St Louis




This "youth" in the picture below helps the cause of Nationalism more than a thousand clever essays. I almost feel sorry for Hollywood. All of their years of propaganda can be destroyed with just a few images of reality.




My last trip to St. Louis:






6 comments:

  1. I went to East St. Lois a few hours ago using Google street-view. Whatever they pay those camera-car drivers is not enough..

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  2. Ramz I'm in England but I want to join the expedition. I have a few old oil drums that I can leash together. I intend to sail across the Atlantic. That should take three or four days. I will head for the Mississippi delta and start heading up river. I think there may be a place I can investigate on the way called Neuorlans? I don't have any weaponry. I might be able to get hold of a gat gun. My friend has one but it's a bit old now. It's range could be up to thirty feet with a new spring. I don't have GPS so if you could light fire beacons on the bank of the river for our rendezvous that would be helpful. Don't light them before the 17th! We don't want to ruin the environment. That allows me a day to explore for Neuorlans. See you soon.

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  3. Suggest that would-be adventurers spent some tactical time in Camden NJ before heading for big game country like East St. Louis or Detroit. Camden, while still dangerous (all these Democrat-run hot spots are) is a little smaller and that let's you learn your ropes a little easier.

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  4. I was raised about five miles from E. St. Louis and back in the '50s it was all-white and well-known for its nightclubs and music and bar life. Even today, there are industrial areas that employ white people. But live there? Not a chance. Now it's all black and Shoot-Out City.

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  5. The youth in the middle photo appears to be a wine connoisseur. Surprised he hasn't availed himself of a decanter and proper glassware.

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  6. Kevin Sorbo said that it was just an excuse to riot too. Of course it is but it is nice to see people in the public eye speak out.

    Top marks on speaking about the "teen" mindset. As a non "teen" I had difficulty understanding it but I just have to accept, even though I can't empathetically understand it, that "teens" have no impulse control, no ability to understand cause and effect, that they live in the moment and have no understanding of future repercussions of actions in the present. It is all about gratification in the now and for them "consequences" is a concept that they can't understand. Oh and it is always someone else's fault and some one else is responsible for the bad consequences of their actions and behaviours.

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