Saturday, May 20, 2017

Ruskin Heights Tornado Remembrance

Kansas City history of a tragic event that was nearly as destructive as decades of neglect from City Hall . . .

Ruskin Heights Tornado survivors remember storm 60 years later

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "There's a certain smell. There's a certain look to the sky that has kind of a greenish tint, then I start getting nervous and the hairs on the back of my neck start to pick up," Carolyn Glenn Brewer says, looking out the window.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Wish a big one would sweep through today! That would fill the skies with the body parts of useless negroes, yes?

Anonymous said...

You're wishing a disaster on other people? That's not good karma, dude.

Anonymous said...

No harm can come to a human wishing ill will on the parasitical negro.

"There's a certain smell."

That's true today in Ruskin Heights.

Negroes smell bad.

Anonymous said...

What does a black person and a tornado have in common? It only takes one to destroy a neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

Good karma is wishing for the total extermination of the negro.

The person who accomplishes the eradication of the negro will be a national hero forever.