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The gangs in Chicago reflect wrong values

What'sUp Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 1:48 PM
With God having been exterminated from the public sector and a leadership of the poor exploiting the condition, raping their constituency as well as the nation, as a whole, with their welfare programs, you get what you sew. Throw in all the other social programs, center-most being abortion, paid for by the taxpayer, and you have a society rotting from every sector but it is most obviously expressed in the inner city, where these animals are being reared and set loose.
Donjindra Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 2:47 PM
It's ludicrous to think God in the public sector will have any effect whatsoever. Look after your own churches. That job is big enough.
Louie13 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 6:05 PM
Donjindra, after the Marxists infiltrated our institutions, including our university staffs, and now our public school systems, they began to use our schools to form a young generation suitable for their new One World Godless Order and One World Socialist Government. Their first step was to take God and any semblance of the Judeo-Christian religion (prayer, Bible reading, and so on) out of the public schools, and out the public sector in general, and to replace it with the Masonic religion of Secular Humanism, Marxism, and Situational ethics. Hence, they replaced the Judeo-Christian religion with our own Masonic religion.
Louie13 Wrote: Jul 12, 2012 6:07 PM
It was all part of the war that they are waging today against God and the Judeo-Christian religion.

The change was sudden and catastrophic. Morality declined, murders and abortions suddenly began to increase, school girls got pregnant in record numbers, while school boys took guns to school and shot up the schools with them, and on and on. And the change is seen in society in general, particularly in the younger generations. Society today has become a human cesspool.

Actions have consequences, and this is one of the consequences of the war being waged today against God. As God himself has revealed: “Without God there is no peace!”


For a man known in political and media circles for his prodigious application of the “f-word” (as a noun, an adjective, a verb, an adverb — most likely all eight parts of speech), Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel sounds like the veritable schoolmarm when recently scolding that city’s murderous gangs.

In an interview with CBS anchor Scott Pelley about Chicago’s rising murder rate — which has increased 38 percent over 2011 — Mr. Emanuel reflected on comments he made just after the tragic June 27 shooting that took the life of 7-year-old Heaven Sutton.

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