Monday, April 16, 2018

TKC MUST READ!!! NEW YORK TIMES CONSIDERS KANSAS CITY MLK NAME CHANGE ON THE PASEO!!!

The nation's paper of record offers a round-up of the controversy that has distracted most urban core leaders from the ongoing murder spike.

Money line . . .

Complicating this naming fight is a simple truth: Kansas City, like much of the country, struggles with segregation.

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Whose Neighborhood Should Get a Street Named for M.L.K.?

Mr. Lucas said he leaned toward giving the name to a street where white people tend to venture more often, because it could have a greater impact there. "There's something to be said for the fact that you need to make sure the entire community honors it, instead of saying, 'That's something the black folks are doing for the black folks in a black area.'


24 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah right. We should rename Ward Parkway or Mission Rd to MLK because that's where all the black people live in nice houses they bought from all their hard work. How about renaming Blue Valley SW MLK too? After all, their student body is .1 black. Makes perfect sense.

Anonymous said...

Every now and then the New York Times or some other coastal media folks try to do a little slumming in the parts of the country they view as backward and under-educated and offer advice to the rubes about how life in the big city is the only way to live.
No one who works for the paper could tell you a thing about the KC metro. In fact many of them still think KC is in Kansas.
More condescending advice for flyover country.
When are they going to do an article on KCMO's homicide rate and include statistics on victims and perpetrators?

Anonymous said...

MLK is the icon of a failed idea.

Anonymous said...

Make Life Killer Blvd.

chuck said...

"Some residents argue that choosing a street in a disinvested, mostly black neighborhood would perpetuate stereotypes of thoroughfares that are already named for him in other cities, and would fail to force white people to consider Dr. King’s legacy and the racism that still exists so long after his death"

And there ya have it folks. The suggestion that evil white people need to be "forced" to drive down a street that has a name change "forced" on them by those who "know better" than we mere plebes, who, would like nothing better than to just work, raise our families and avoid the dystopia and dysfunction that is concomitant with streets named after MLK.

Listen to people, or, in this case, publications that are the existential voice of the Progressive/Fascist/Democrat party and they will tell you, at some point, what they have in mind, once they achieve "One Party" status her e in the US, bu way of Demographic change, Deep State Coups, legerdemain, 4th Estate, "Manchurian Candidate" brainwashing and rote learning of inherent "White Sins" in education, all while watching our "Thought Leaders" on TV preach to the Fascist choir.

Fuck the NY Times.

Anonymous said...

Put it in the projects where it belongs

Anonymous said...

I love the picture with the ghetto mobile on it.

Black people are messed up.

Anonymous said...

I'm triggered! MLK makes me feel inadequate. I can't stop taking Tony's bait. Look everybody, we got chuck again! He's always the easiest to get! He's a pure bottom-feeder and can't resit the bait! These others are the typical bottom feeders who eat shit off the bottom. Usually, we just throw @7:59, @7:32, @6:36, @6:35 @6:29, and 6:12 on the bank and let them die. They are a dime-a-dozen and it's good idea to clear the lake of their kind. They are invasive and destructive to the ecology.

Anonymous said...

"Kansas City, like much of the country, struggles with segregation." I don't struggle with segregation. In fact, I'm quite happy with it.

Anonymous said...

^^^^ best comment ever!

Anonymous said...

8:18 couldn’t get any white cock in Westport this weekend.... so angry!

Anonymous said...

More like a hoopty

chuck said...

8:18

Sure, the New York Times runs an article that Tony links and you want him to ignore it. The article is boilerplate, Progressive/Fascist/Democrat agitprop, that normally, you would insist we all force feed ourselves during a paroxysm of "White Guilt", while cutting checks for Reparations.

What you hate, isn't the link, or the comments by me or, any other person who disagrees with your Totalitarian perspective, it is you, you yourself you hate, because, you know, at some level, in your tortured, misguided, "jumping through HOOPZ" mentality, that your position defies logic, is unsustainable and is untenable in the face of the unambiguated facts you seek to suppress.

The emotional connection to a false narrative, is your corer belief about YOU, yourself and the challenge to that narrative, means annihilation of who and what you imagine your self to be, in the Black exploitation movie that plays in your head.

It's Totalitarian Tinnitus, a noise that never stops, you can't make it go away. "I'm a noble victim". "I'm a noble victim" 'I'm a noble victim".

You're not, you're just another unimaginative, insipid, inane Progressive, who is good at one thing and one thing only, lying to yourself.

On a positive note, you might be able to secure employment at the KC Star.

Super Dave said...

I would think the black community and it's leaders would be more inclined to name a street after Abraham Lincoln than anyone else. It was Lincoln as a President who set the black people of this country free from slavery. It was President Lincoln who made it possible for many of the black race to have today what they do and the freedom they have.

When was the last time you saw Cleaver stand up and praise Lincoln for what he did for the black race? One of the most important people of the white race who gave freedom to black slaves has been totally forgotten and ignored by the race he saw to getting set free from slavery.

How about naming the Paseo after Abraham Lincoln instead of Martin Luther King. While King did many good things for the black race he or those like Congressman Cleaver or Mayor James as well as those like Obama, Jackson, and Malcolm X can't hold a candle to the greatest thing ever done for the black race in this country.

Maybe the black race just can't bring it upon themselves to honor a white man for seeing that the right thing was done for them.

Anonymous said...

Wow, both stupid dave & chuck back to back? Oh and they also posted articles after each other too!

Anonymous said...

Winner

Anonymous said...

New York Times = Jew Bullshit

Anonymous said...

^^^Your post=moronic bullshit.

Eagle said...

Very condescending, i always let the yuppie negroes like lucas off the hook, seeing how i kno racial hostility isnt business wise, but he and most of yuppie afro americans subscribe the victim status quo.... If prospect is renamed Geoege lincoln rockwell Blvd doesn't matter cuz blax dont want their own hoods. They want wat tge white man has but uses degrading tactics to get it

Anonymous said...

8:18 AM is triggered!

Just the facts please said...

Holy Street Naming Batman. can't argue with what Dave has said it makes a very good point.

Diogenes Jr. said...

Can't we be unique?

Let's name it the MARTIN LUTHER KING RIVER from Kaw Point to La Benite Park.

I mean, there are lots of Streets, Parks and Schools named for MLK, so let's do something different.

Anonymous said...

Can't we all just watch Matlock in peace?

Anonymous said...

I'm not driving down no niga street.