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Saturday, May 26, 2018

Albuquerque: Almost Two Murders per Week in the Duke City There Have been 34 Murders in Albuquerque (Pop. 559,000) so Far in 2018

By A Texas Reader
 

Almost two murders per week in the Duke City

There are 10 homicide detectives at the Albuquerque Police Department working on 34 murder investigations in 2018.

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One of my coworkers is a native of New Mexico. He's white.

He lived in Albuquerque for a while. One of his friends from Albuquerque was murdered. Seems some Mexicans were attempting to break into his friend's car one evening. The victim came upon the Mexicans, and they murdered him.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

How many blacks in Albuquerque,N.M?Must not be a lot or there'd be double the 34.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

I meant to post this yesterday,but two great Western stars--John Wayne and James Arness were born on the 26th of May,a few years ago.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

There are some black gangs in Albuquerque, but they aren't needed: Mexicans will do the murders Americans won't do.

Anonymous said...

Jerry PDX,First Lesta shows up,now this.WTF is going on in Portland?
(FOX NEWS)On Monday night, a bar in Portland, Oregon hosted people of color and gave them $10 as they arrived — a symbolic gift funded primarily by white people who were asked not to attend the “Reparations Happy Hour.”

A local activist group, Brown Hope, wanted the event to be a space for people of color in a mostly white city to meet, organize, discuss public policy and potentially plan various actions.

The notion of full-scale reparations — sought by some as compensation for the horrors of slavery,(GRA:There ARE reparations--whites working so blacks can get welfare/section 8;Reverse discrimination at places of employment,ie:affirmative action) Jim Crow and the large wealth gap between white and black U.S. households — was supported by 58 percent of black people and 46 percent of Hispanic people in a 2016 poll.

However, 68 percent of white Americans do not support reparations; when the topic was brought up during the 2016 presidential campaign, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said it was “divisive” and unlikely to get through Congress.

The economist Robert Browne once estimated a fair value for reparations of $1.4 trillion to $4.7 trillion and wrote that reparations should ''restore the black community to the economic position it would have had if it had not been subjected to slavery and discrimination.''
(GRA:What economic position?Tthey'd still be in Africa with the ebola virus and prehistoric living conditions).
Eric J. Miller, a professor at Loyola Law School, said the case for reparations involves a reckoning with the country's history.

“Part of our history is our grandparents participating in these acts of terrible violence [against black people],” he told HuffPost. “But people don’t want to acknowledge the horror of what they engaged in.”

“The cognitive dissonance of learning that your property is got and preserved on the back of the misery of others is not an incredibly nice thing to live with. So people would rather discount it,” Miller said.
GRA:They've had the opportunity,but are held back by their own inferior mentality--as a race--and the reparations they want,are to make up for THAT.How much of the technology that we see today has been created by blacks?I can't hear you.
---GR Anonymous