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Let’s Give ‘Em Something To Talk About
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Let’s Give ‘Em Something To Talk About

Before we get into this segment of America’s Third Watch, I wanted to highlight the lead article at UndergroundUSA.com today, “A Simple Truth The Powers That Be Won’t Talk About.” This has to do with an uncomfortable subject for many: Black crime and Black-on-Black crime specifically.

As the Black community celebrated the “Juneteenth” holiday, an all too common slaughter happened on the streets of our urban areas, predominantly within the Black community. This outbreak of violence was in excess of the typical shooting epidemic that increases on weekends and especially when the weather is more hospitable.

This violence, which claims way too many lives annually, is the go-to form of conflict resolution among the inner-city Black youth. This total lack of intellectual ability to resolve conflicts without the use of violence has spread into the suburban areas that surround our major cities.

One of the biggest obstacles to combatting this epidemic of violence is the fear that exists within the non-Black communities of being designated a racist for pointing out the obvious problem. It’s not a gun issue or a lack of law enforcement issue, although that plays into it. It is a cultural issue that society is failing to push back against.

Please give the article a read. There are some things we can do to move a solution along. The solution – along with our bravery to slough off the faux label of “racist” – will save lives. It will also help to heal the divide caused by dirtbag politicians who divide us so that they can conquer and control us.

When we come back, our segment on America’s Third Watch, broadcast nationally from our flagship station WGUL AM860 & FM93.7 in Tampa, Florida.

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