Our statues are subject to vandalism, desecration, and moments of being shouted at by morbidly obese Feminists and Communists, while at the same time we see massive defensive resources allocated to a monument dedicated to a Black who somehow escaped a double murder conviction back in the day.
All for being a garden-variety snitch – very common among the Black gangsta population despite tens of thousands of rap “songs” arguing the opposite.
This is how low we have fallen as a society, and this is what happened to what was once a glorious and historical city.
Extra security has been added near the statue of retired Ravens star Ray Lewis at M&T Bank Stadium after he joined current players Sunday in kneeling during the national anthem, provoking calls to remove the likeness.
As of mid-afternoon Wednesday, more than 36,000 people had signed an online petition on change.org that advocates for the removal of the Lewis statue “because of his refusal to stand during the National Anthem.
“That song honors our country and our veterans who fought for it,” the petition reads. “To kneel during it is disrespectful, regardless of what you are protesting.”
Given recent statue-related protests and vandalism, the Maryland Stadium Authority didn’t wait until this Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers to take precautions.
“There is additional security at the statue plaza at this time,” said Rachelina Bonacci, a spokesperson for the authority, which is the team’s stadium landlord.
“Certainly observers can notice the presence of uniformed security officers at M&T Bank Stadium, which includes the statue plaza,” she said. “The additional officers and other security enhancements have been in place since Sunday afternoon.”
My goal if ever in power would be to turn Baltimore into one of many open-air concentration camps – just seal off the roads into the city, allow only enough supplies to give each inhabitant 1000 calories per day at the most, and deploy artillery and machine gun nests along the perimeter.
This measure would save billions in much-needed funds, and would enable many of these cities to serve some useful function for the first time in generations.
And it’s not like we’d be missing anything important if recent headlines are any indicator.