My 33 yr old son was assaulted at age 12 by 3 black boys that lived near the city park. Brooklyn Center is in the first ring suburb of Minneapolis, MN.
My son rode his bike to the nearby park to practice his tennis serve because he had just taken up tennis. He parked his bike within the fenced area of the tennis courts. The 3 boys went inside the courts and beat up my son then stole his bike. My son managed to walk home.
My husband called the police directly (before we had to dial 911) and were worried about brain damage, latent effects, as they kicked him in the head. My son said he played dead, curled up in protecting himself. Who knows if the anxiety my son suffers today is from that incident. Adding insult to injury, the local paper police report (a sample listing of some of the crime from the past week) showed the incident as a bike stolen, no mention of the black on white crime – they buried it.
Whether a city or police, working hand in hand, they’d not want the crime known because then no one would want to live in those areas. I understand this is a standard practice by the city, not telling the truth – as they all highlight the good going on in their city.
I had city licensure upon all of the family bicycles and provided the police with the information they did not have on file (surprise!) for the bike. (That year I stopped buying those darn licenses) Meanwhile to our amazement, the police found the beat up bike at the local highschool.
Through their investigative work, all 3 boys were identified with one identifying the others. We attended all three court cases. I don’t remember the “punishment” the boys received (we were nonplused at the time), but one was restitution for the bike. We never saw a dime… Yet again, restitution should have been emphasized on the crime against humanity, another soul, our son, not the bicycle.
Attending the court cases was an interesting experience for us as a family and we had the opportunity to speak. My son spoke each time asking why they did it and honestly I don’t believe any of them had an answer, other than they didn’t know. IMO, programming/conditioning/teaching has youth and adults alike doing things on autopilot.
Although it is not an excuse, group think/propaganda, influences. The matrix has people believing reality is the way of the world with the societal institutions at the helm – naming a few – religion, medicine, education and gooberment. What do all these have in common, they are all falsely based, made up stuff people believe.
Why hasn’t everyone recognized the definition of institution as it stands, a manmade confining box that people live by, yet try telling someone they are going to be institutionalized and they’d freak out because most don’t know they already are – That’s the matrix!
Solutions are in reinventing rather than trying to fix that which is severely broken. If more people had less faith in the institutions, took more personal responsibility, took care of their own health, education, didn’t sign up to kill other people (aka war) etc., that controlling system would not be supported and thus, disappear.
Though unfortunately, most people do not know how to be their own person, indeed they are lost sheeple and are needing those institutions.
I’ve searched and read some of your eye-opening articles at WND. Glad someone is presenting reality as it is since most (at all levels within the institutions) are purposely covering up the racial crimes.