Easy Mark

28 07 2015

KCMO

Racial hoax at the Adam’s Mark in Downtown Kansas City.

Because they’ve already show that they’re an easy mark.





That’s Diversity

27 07 2015

KCK

A white man who preached at an all black church, two local NAACP officials and some do-gooder white woman whose grandparents started “an integrated fishing lake” all agree:

White people are evil.

It was clever of this writer not to use the word “diversity” once in this article, because there was certainly no diversity of opinion, ideology or outlook at this table.

This was in KCK?  I’m surprised Mayor Mark Holland wasn’t there with his self-flagellation S&M toys.

 





KCK Is Nothing to Brag About

16 07 2015

KCK

WND:

The mayor of Kansas City, Kansas, in an address to the radical socialist organization National Council of La Raza, bragged that his city is no longer majority white and the city’s schools now have students who speak 62 different languages.

According to the 2010 U.S. Census, Kansas City, Kansas, was 52 percent white.

But in a speech before the La Raza National Affiliates Luncheon earlier this week in Kansas City, Mayor Mark Holland boasted that only five years later his city’s white population has been reduced to 40 percent.

I don’t think it’s actually declining that fast.  Either the confusion here is over the definition of “white,” (the Census Bureau likes to count a lot of dubiously Caucasian people as “white”), or over what constitutes KCK.  Not long ago, KCK annexed the rest of Wyandotte County that was not already part of the incorporated municipalities of Edwardsville or Bonner Springs; an example of someone we know of who lives in the post-annexation part of KCK is Kris Kobach, who lives in Piper, which was an unincorporated village in The Dot before annexation, but now is merely a part of KCK, even though the annexed areas had and continue to have their own school districts; considering the current Mayor, probably not for much longer.  Mayor may probably be considering the pre-annexation boundaries of KCK to say that it’s now only 40% white.

“Kansas City, Kansas, is a city with no ethnic majority. Kansas City, Kansas, is 40 percent white, 28 percent Latino, and 26 percent African-American,” Holland said. “Our school district speaks 62 different languages by the children every single day. And Kansas City, Kansas, has a proud heritage of welcoming all people into the community, people who are not welcome in other places.”

And then he goes on to yap on and on about LGBTQetc and too many white people on the KCK PD and FD.  As if La Raza is really interested in LGBTQetc., and as if Hispanics are that interested in the racial composition of police and fire departments; that’s more of a black civil rights alphabet gang thing.

Diversity is all about white liberals importing non-white non-black racial groups in order to buffer white liberal politicians against black voters in their own cities and cubbyholes.  Mark Holland wants there to be enough white people to vote for him, but not enough to incubate conservative challenges to him.  But he wants the black population to be small enough so they present no real challenge to him.  So what’s the solution?  Hispanics and mystery meat refugees.  In the mind’s eye of Mark Holland, KCK has the perfect racial blend.

Still, at the end of the day, KCK is nothing to brag about.  In its pre-annexation quintessential boundaries, it’s a dump.





“Dumb N***a Shit”

6 04 2015

KCMO

We just call it “Bell Curve City.”

Either way, real.





Mr. Real

27 03 2015

St. Ann

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We already have plenty of his sort here, without having to import any from the other side of the state.

If it isn’t just plain mental illness, I’m anxiously awaiting to find out his motive.  That is, if the authorities are in the mood to find it, and the media are in the mood to report it.





Get an Unload

23 02 2015

KCMO

Star:

St. Louis looks to Kansas City for help with homicide onslaught

While Kansas City experienced a significant drop in homicides last year, St. Louis saw an explosive growth.

Despite a significantly smaller population, St. Louis recorded 159 homicides — more than twice Kansas City’s 78.

And St. Louis has 22 already this year, ahead of last year’s pace when it had 18 at the same time.

Meanwhile, Kansas City’s 10 killings this year is only one more than this point last year, when the city recorded fewer than 80 homicides for the first time since 1972.

That stark contrast in homicide rates between Missouri’s two largest cities has prompted a contingent of St. Louis community and law enforcement officials to visit Kansas City on Monday to look at what many attribute to Kansas City’s success in decreasing homicides: the Kansas City No Violence Alliance.

(snip)

KC NoVa is made up of a broad coalition of leaders from the political, law enforcement, community, academic, clergy and social service areas.

It employs a two-pronged strategy of identifying the most active criminal groups and targeting them for increased law enforcement scrutiny while offering social service help to those who want to escape the criminal lifestyle.

Using information gathered from police, UMKC professors have used social networking software to map connections between individuals within the criminal groups. Key members are targeted to receive the message that violence no longer will be tolerated. If they continue to commit violent acts, then they and their associates will be subject to intense law enforcement action.

But they also are offered the opportunity to get help with job training, housing, education, substance abuse treatment and child care.

Translation:

The worst ooks are either sent to prison, or given “help” with “housing,” meaning they’re given Section 8 vouchers so that they’re dumped on Kansas City’s suburbs.  Either way, they won’t be KCMO’s problem anymore.

Voila.  Fewer murders.





Comprehensive Town

27 01 2015

KCMO

Kansas City has more of the comprehensive crowd than St. Louis, which means these kinds of stories about the area pop up from time to time.

The actual story doesn’t name any of those indicted.  But luckily, I have Google, and I can find the U.S. Attorney’s Office for Western Missouri, and I can find press releases there.

However, the people who own the megaphone aren’t going to scream these names through the megaphone, because comprehensive immigration reform and Dreamers.








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