Mobs of America
The Chicago Mob does not involve Al Capone. Not these days any way. Today it represents the dictionary definition of an unruly group of people.
CBS 2 has learned about multiple incidents in at least four different locations along the Magnificent Mile and in the Gold Coast, yielding a slew of arrests. In all, 25 juveniles and three adults were charged.
This behavior will go unreported in most of the country. It’s not uncommon and happens with regularity all around the United States. Oddly enough it always happens in urban centers. It is never hundreds of white youths who mob malls and wal-marts, but you’ll never hear Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson say anything about it. (Particularly why would Jesse Jackson have anything to say about this, its only the city he calls home after all.)
I don’t even know what my parents would have done had I been caught in this situation. I don’t know what would’ve happened because I would’ve never been down there in the first place. From my youth I can think of a few morons who would get involved in this kind of stuff, but most of my friends wouldn’t have.
For those involved in this, as well as those in the similar occurrences throughout America, whether they were the ones arrested or not, their parents will likely do nothing. In most cases because they probably only have one parent.
Then again you can’t blame the parents for do nothing when the city, state, nation aren’t willing to do anything about it either.
A slap on the wrist is asking too much. When a criminal justice system operates on the same principles as catch and release fishing you can’t expect thing to get better.
Black or white, bad behavior needs to be excoriated and punished.
Posted on April 1, 2013, in No Hope For America, Problems to Ponder and tagged america, black america, black culture, chicago, crime, mobs, parents, riots, united states. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.