Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Nonviolence rally in Kansas City plagued by multiple fights

I've always firmly believed that nonviolence rallies are a complete waste of time. They've been taking place as long as I've been alive and they serve only as an ego trip for the organizers. The rallies don't work.

Yesterday one of those events occurred and it didn't work out as planned.

From the Kansas City Star:
A circus parade and rally for nonviolence that drew hundreds of people to the Linwood Shopping Center on Tuesday evening had to be cut short when multiple fights broke out.

Kansas City Police Chief Darryl Forté said the organizers stopped the event. He tweeted that the crowds dispersed and there were no reported injuries.

But the fighting marred an event, called "Your Life Counts," that was intended to celebrate survival in a city plagued by crime.
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Anonymous said...

Ah I guess it was those ultra violent Japanese gangs that were responsible. You know the type, the one's weilding slide rules and pocket protectors. The one's wearing their colors-you know CalTech and MIT.

John Ruberry said...


John Cunningham said...

When a "news story" declines to name the race of the perps, and lacks photos, it csn only mean one thing--criminals of the Hamitic persuasion.