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I knew

Before I finished the second paragraph, I knew what the student looked like. No, that isn’t a racist dog whistle. I’m flat out saying it: blacks are more violent. We all know it. All evidence points to it. Stop avoiding it.

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Too many are like Retarded Children.
Especially the Males.
The She Boons are tryin to catch up to there responsible daddies

I got to the name of the town in the first sentence “Dorchester” and new it was ‘muh Diversity’ and a Dindu. Used to be a nice Scots-Irish part of Boston… my mom grew up in that part of the city until it started getting ‘colorful’

Yeah, if New England was to get an enema, Dorchester and nearby environs would be where the tube goes in. It used to be an Irish ghetto, a stepping stone from the Old Country to the Irish Riviera, the towns on the south shore that are still 90+% of Irish ethnicity. These days it’s a war zone.
I’d be sympathetic, but this is exactly what was always going to happen when the residents of Narnia and Candyland (Cambridge and Beacon Hill) try social engineering in the real world. Chimpouts are common. It makes me happy I left and moved south to America years ago, taking only my wicked strong accent with me.

Back in the late ’50s thru late 70s, my father was part owner of a gun store in a large city in upstate NY. The store refused to sell firearms to anyone but white males; no exceptions. He supported the laws that prevented blacks from owning guns, but he also didn’t believe that women should own or use guns.
The other owner died, and his son took over the other part of the business. Son wanted to sell to everyone, and Dad bailed out. After the “fun” I had in junior high with the diversity types, I came to agree with Dad.
He also dropped his life membership in the NRA after they set up the ILA, believing that the lobbying was immoral. He didn’t like semi-autos, although he used both Garands and M-1 Carbines while in the US Army. His store never sold any semi-autos, and in his collection of over 100 firearms there were no semi-autos; rifles or pistols.
Despite being solidly a blue collar worker(welder), my father was one of the smartest men I ever knew, and I miss him a lot.

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