DAILYKENN.com -- Black mobs rampaged through Chicago's 'Magnificant Mile' district Saturday night (Dec. 29, 2018).
"Once on the Red Line platform, members of the group began beating up people at random. Three people filed police reports for battery and an ambulance was summoned to treat the victims," according to cwbchicago.com.
• This is why blacks were compelled to sit at the back of the bus in some American jurisdictions. This is why blacks were banned from some business establishments and why some train stations routinely maintained entrances and sections exclusively for blacks.
It had nothing to do with white racism. Rather, it was an effort of responsible government to protect decent citizens from black savages.
Police release photos of suspects who attacked 3 people at Chicago Red Line stop https://t.co/3sSBKCR6S4— PDNA Chicago (@PDNAChicago) January 1, 2019
• Generations after the last slave ship embarked to the Americas, the genetic disposition for savagery has not dissipated in black populations. Granted, not all blacks behave like savages nor are all savage thugs black.
Still, savage mob behavior can be observe in virtually every black population center in the United States. The phenomenon is trans-generational and trans-geographical.
Cops release images of suspects wanted in connection with Saturday evening mob attack on Red Line.— CWBChicago (@CWBChicago) January 1, 2019
STORY: https://t.co/XyN4sbNVeG pic.twitter.com/aSsN9AgUsy
• Often asked is the question, "Where are the parents of these teens and young adults?"
The answer is: In many cases the parents of feral savage American Negros were, themselves, savage American Negros as were their grandparents and great-grandparents.
Fifteen to twenty years from now the offspring of the mob that rampaged along the Magnificent Mile this week will, themselves, continue the trans-generational predisposition for violence. And then, as today, many will ask, "Where are their parents?"
From chicago.suntimes.com ▼
A group of about 50 teenagers attacked three people Saturday evening on a Red Line platform on the Near North Side.
About 7:30 p.m., the victims were waiting for a train at the Chicago station, 800 N. State St., when the teens stepped onto the platform, according to Chicago police. One of the people in the group then asked a 26-year-old man if he was recording them, which he denied.
The horde of teens then approached the man, a 29-year-old woman and her 28-year-old boyfriend and started punching them, according to police and the victims, who asked not to be named.
All three were treated at the scene for bruising and lacerations, according to Chicago Fire Media Affairs.
The 28-year-old, who has lived in Chicago for three years, said he later went to University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago, where he learned that his eye socket was fractured.
The woman who was struck had traveled to Chicago to visit him from San Jose, California. Disillusioned by the violence, he now plans to move to a “safer area” and avoid public transportation.“Because they hit random people for no reason and I live very close to the station, I am worried to live here anymore,” he said.
Police also received reports that a large group of teens had been kicked out of Water Tower Place and a nearby McDonald’s on Saturday night.
At 7:47 p.m., Ald. Brian Hopkins (2nd) announced in a tweet that Water Tower was closing early due to “mob action by large crowds of juveniles.”
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