VISIT DOWNTOWN LOUISVILLE: WE PROBABLY WON'T SHOOT YOU! Is this our city's next tourism slogan? Image makers are furiously weaving their woke principles to the city's desperation for downtown activity. The pandemic started the freefall but unhinged protesters set Louisville on a course to become Kentucky's biggest ghost town. The idiotic "driver hits Louisville protester" headline (on the video below) should actually read: "Woke thugs attack driver as one moron protester is deservedly run over" Welcome to Louisville. We used to be fun! After that driver wisely drove away from her terrorizers, one chased her to the next red light and pointed a gun at her before she sped away. Louisville is a friendly town! Did you notice the other car parked to intentionally block traffic at
KOMO TV reporter Eric Johnson reports on how homelessness combined with "twinkle toes" political leadership leads to the death of a great city. Seattle is known as Free-attle, where those "unwilling to work" are drawn to fake dreams of free food, free drugs, free housing, and freedom from self-discipline. Cops have very little power. Drug abuse is ignored by the city leadership. Homeless camps filled with drug addicts are all over downtown Seattle. Why would tourists want to visit? Louisville leadership's "compassionate city" mantra is a small-scale replica of Seattle's path to destruction. Louisville turns a blind eye to much criminal activity, ubiquitous graffiti, and drug laws. Mayor Greg Fischer continually preaches tolerance and understanding of his determination of "the marginalized." The Louisville
Are America's recent race riots caused by 19th century slavery? Do some people of color -- Jay Z -- use them for personal financial or political gain? Or are people using select police actions to create unchecked mayhem? Will there be backlash or progress? Meanwhile, African Americans keep killing each other in staggering numbers (when compared to other races in percentage of overall population). Noted African American scholar Thomas Sowell: "You cannot exempt people, of any color, from the requirements of civilization — including work, behavioral standards and personal responsibility — without ruinous consequences to them and to society at large." The Rev. Louis Farrakhan preaches about a race war following Ferguson riots over alleged white police abuse toward African Americans.
I wrote the following post a few days after a group of 200 Louisville youths rampaged through downtown, beating sightseers, pedestrians, and a driver stopped at a traffic light. The punks also swarmed a store to loot it and assault employees, an act that the owner says happens routinely. My post was shared thousands of times so it's obvious that the community agrees that it's time to educate those who refuse to educate their own. -- Terry Meiners -- The rebirth of serenity March 27, 2014 at 12:39pm Distressed about violence in Louisville and elsewhere? People who give birth are the responsible parties. Why are those teenagers on a bus at 12:30 a.m.? Unless they're coming directly home from work, there is no excuse.