DAILYKENN.com -- A law enforcement spokesman compared the violence to terrorism. I disagree. It's more akin to tribal warfare innate to Africa.
One would think that after countless generations of living in the most advanced Western culture on earth, these people would assimilate.
Many blacks are, of course, hard-working, law-abiding patriots. That, however, doesn't obscure the reality that a sub-culture of violence prevails wherever large numbers of blacks reside with the United States.
That truth was made evident in Columbia, South Carolina's Vista entertainment district where competing tribes (gangs) shot it out. Eight people were wounded.
From our source:
Foster said the Newberry County Sheriff's Office is very familiar with at least two of the suspects, John Bates, Jr. and Maleik Houseal. Bates, 28, who is charged with seven counts of attempted murder, has been a troublemaker in Newberry County since 2006, Foster said. Prior to the incident in Columbia, his criminal record history shows five attempted murder charges including other violent charges like battery with intent to kill and stalking. Houseal also has a violent criminal record dating back to 2012 when he was charged with burglary and possession of a stolen weapon.
Not to worry. There's a whole new crop of African warriors being incubated in bowels of Newberry County's black community.
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