Thursday, December 28, 2017
TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS WARN AUTHORITIES: DEADLY KANSAS CITY NARCO GANG VIOLENCE WILL WORSEN IN 2018!!!
A growing number of residents believe the Kansas City conversation regarding the horrific 2017 murder count is hopelessly mired in politically correct chatter expressing little more than typical criticism of the "prison industrial complex" and support for "community outreach" above all other law enforcement tactics - As if social media activism and friendly conversations will do anything to stop the near-record level of killing on local streets.
The reality confronting Kansas City is far more dangerous than most residents realize and won't be solved with polite public chatter where participants pretend that they're earning a documentary movie money shot.
To wit . . .
ACTIVISTS ADVISE: A BIG PART OF THE KANSAS CITY 2017 MURDER SPIKE WAS POWERED BY NARCO GANGS!!! IN 2018 THEIR DEADLY CONFLICTS WILL WORSEN WITHOUT LAW ENFORCEMENT INTERVENTION!!!
And now a word of caution . . .
TKC will NEVER offer any names or report allegations against KCMO drug gangs that haven't been cleared by MSM or government news service. A growing Kansas City narco war is very real threat in some of the most diverse parts of the inner-city where urbanism has conspired to create strange cross-cultural and increasingly deadly drug trade. It's only the job of this blog community to identify trends, not engage is loose talk that gets journalists killed - Even during the holidays.
On the bright side, I'm probably being overly cautious and overestimating the reading habits of junkies. Also, I binged watched Nextflix last night.
NEVERTHELESS, the local murder count isn't the stuff of Hollywood faux-drama.
Consider some fun facts behind this intentional trend playing out locally . . .
Axios: Prez Trump had fewer deportations than Obama's first year
This is an international trend that often collaborates with already violent U.S. residents and some fear a problem beyond the scope of local law enforcement . . .
Biz Insider: Here's how Mexican cartels actually operate in the United States
Like it or not, Kansas City middle-class party people are the biggest contributor to this dilemma:
Brookings - Hooked: Mexico’s violence and U.S. demand for drugs
Food for thought . . . Kansas City's silence on naco gangs might be a big part of the problem considering the gains NYC has made by tackling crime directly as KCMO is an outlier of local violence:
NYT: Crime in New York City Plunges to a Level Not Seen Since the 1950s
And all of this info might offer some perspective on why Northeast has been home to so many murders this year.
A word from a KC activist, TKC Tipster and partner in the ongoing crime fight . . .
"Look at where the surge in homicides is coming from, look at the population and the economy in that part of the metro. Only idiots write it off as random or use it as part of their racist rantings. The circle of violence actually extends into Independence, MO and involves a lot of poor whites, too. It's a drug war, plan and simple.
What's disappointing is that nobody wants to talk about it. I'm certainly not going to go on record . . .
But day after day we count these local murders and pretend that they're not a manifestation of a growing drug trade in Kansas City. That's the dangerous part - That there's no real motivation to understand why people are killing each other beyond these social worker conversations. A lot of these murders aren't random and their not because there aren't enough social services. The uptick in violence is gang-related and sparked by drug money or rivalries. It's only going to get worse if KC refuses to admit the problem."
This is somewhat of an optimistic post - At the end of this year we can only hope that local neighborhood leaders and authorities can ignore false idols like the FAILED KCMO "citizen task force against crime" in favor of real life collaboration that puts public safety above partisan election year politics.
Developing . . .