Friday, August 18, 2017
TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! RESIDENTS FEAR VANDALISM AGAINST KANSAS CITY CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL AND PLEAD FOR POLICE PROTECTION!!!
Ward Parkway is a posh boulevard in Kansas City that has been defined by luxurious homes and meticulously-manicured lawns for more than a century.
Amid the current culture war and a local fight over a longstanding but now controversial monument . . . The residents of this neighborhood fear their mansions might soon serve as prisons giving a rising level of public resentment against the United Daughters of the Confederacy memorial.
Moreover . . .
KANSAS CITY INSIDERS REVEAL: WARD PARKWAY DENIZENS DEMAND POLICE PROTECTION AND FEAR UPCOMING PROTESTS AND VIGILANTE DESTRUCTION OF THE CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL!!!
Here's the word:
"Nobody wants to fight the Civil War again. At the upcoming meetings to discuss the fate of that thing, you won't find many people from this neighborhood defending the memorial. The support for it is almost nil. This is a classic KC liberal fight against an enemy that only exists in their minds. So I'm sure they'll win a resounding victory and then move on to their next crusade. But what we don't want is a bunch of bums camping out, committing vandalism and then wandering around our homes looking for criminal opportunities. That's the real threat, that's the discussion we want to have with authorities and our council representatives. The quicker they move it, the better. And hopefully they'll clean up properly as they leave . . . "
Fun fact . . .
There actually was a protest planned yesterday at this site but nobody showed up.We predict a better choreographed demonstration in the coming days . . . Or not.
And so, this small piece of Kansas City history will come down as this town removes symbols of a troubled past rather than confronting more pressing civic issues that currently confront the populace . . . Or, just maintaining all of the crappy streets, busted pipes and stanky sewers that define local scenery outside of few nice neighborhoods.
You decide . . .