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 . . . 

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

Better title: Casual drug users are killing Kansas City.

Dex said...

A diverse cast of hoodrats? That's not so hard to imagine.

But counseling can still work in some cases to help get people out of this lifestyle. The more people who can understand the self-destruction involved in the drug trade, the more people who want to avoid it.

Greedo said...

Funny. I read those suggestions from the Mayor's task force and I didn't see one word about drugs or gangs.

So I guess it's not a problem.

Anonymous said...

Sad, I guess that's the next place to go with this, is that the problem is only going to get worse. If we didn't break the record this year. Than next year will be just as bad if nobody does anything differently.

KC is actually bucking the trend. Violence is down in other places.

Anonymous said...

Sweet! After we set a new record for murders this year we can probably expect a new record next year!!!

Angela K. said...

There are some things I agree with here but let's not get carried away.

It's the guns.

KC needs better gun control. Without the guns then the gangs don't have the tools to kill each other. Look at other countries where they have drugs but the violence isn't as horrible because the gangs can't get access to weapons.

We need to eliminate this gun culture. That is the only key to stopping this violence. If you still support "gun rights" after so many people have been killed then you are nothing but a part of that problem.

The 2nd Amendment was written at time when people has muskets. Times change, our laws need to change too.

Anonymous said...

It would be nice to get over 200 in 2018. Most of the murders are one hood rat killing another hood rat, and that’s just great. We need a lot more of that.

Anonymous said...

You realize the guns aren’t going away, right?

Anonymous said...

KCPD will fail us.

Anonymous said...

Kansas City is in compliance with all federal and state gun laws

Anonymous said...

10:28, let's just outlaw possession of guns. I'm sure that will cause the people who push drugs illegally and commit burglary, robberies and muggings illegally to turn in their weapons. After all, surely they have respect for the law.

Or do you have a different suggestion how to disarm gangs>

Anonymous said...

Same thing goes for the 14th amendment it was written in 1868

Anonymous said...

Damn! Were going from Jackyl Da Ripper to Jackyl Da Ripped? Can wait to see the rock solid evidence on this one.

Anonymous said...

We still need to hit 154 this year to break the record. Hopefully we don’t wait until the last minute.

Anonymous said...

Drug money saved the Economic Collapse of 2008. I don't think Goldman Sachs has any intention ending the drug war soon.

Anonymous said...

I’m sure the NAACP would oppose any effort to disarm the gangs. That would violate their rights and be discriminatory.

Anonymous said...

Jean Petersucker Baker is a weak-dick prosecutor and not appear interested in putting criminals in jail. So let’s just let them all kill each other and buy the balloons afterwards.

problem solved said...

legalize it.

Anonymous said...

What a bunch of Simple Simons this blog has. Not one of you is smart enough, or informed enough to speak eloquently on this topic. Good thing none of you amount to shit, or hold any position of power or influence in this city. It's absolutely correct that drugs are the source of violence in this city, but that said, nothing any of you dummies mentioned above is a worth a shit. Only dumbest and least intelligent among us blames the police. Only once you understand that the police cannot do anything to prevent a murder not just here, but anywhere, will you then begin to understand what it will take to win the fight. Unfortunately, this blog is full of reactionary dummies who provide neither substance or solutions. This includes Tony who seems to exist for the easy troll. When and if this blog grows up and moves out of the gutter will there be any difference made, so don't hold your breath. Anyways, get back to the idiocy.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^

Bryon.... there are some good posts on here, and if you don't like Tony, I will say it again, why not go find your news and blog sight elsewhere?

11:41 has a good point!

Anonymous said...

I meant BYRON

Anonymous said...

Amish gangs on the east side selling yeast on the corners for unlawful use by outlaw bakers.

Benton said...

Decriminalization seems to be the easiest route. There's no used fighting over drug money. Look at the marijuana trade, it's grown as a legal economy with very little violence. The European countries are up to their eyes in drugs but the fighting is not the same. Yes, some of it has to do with gun laws but the profit motive is not the same. Don't let the druggies drag our society down with them. If they want their poison. Let them have it as long as they're not hurting anyone else.

Anonymous said...

^^^^You're getting warmer! keep it up. I knew there was SOMEBODY out here that was capable.

Anonymous said...

^^^We doubt that you have the intellectual capacity to distinguish capable from not.

Anonymous said...

@2:21PM speak for yourself chump. The fact that you posted that comment does show you are one of the dummies on this blog

Anonymous said...

3:27, in fact, I obviously did speak for myself. Now who's the dummy, chump?

Anonymous said...

Ah, @ 7:43, but how do we know that' really you posting?

While it's true that the KCPD cannot prevent crime, and that all they can really do is take out the trash, the Federal role in gun violence is seldom discussed.

It is a violation of both Federal and State laws for a Felon to be in possession of a firearm, and the perpetrators are sometimes caught, but how much effort goes into tracing the weapon? Illegal sales by "kitchen Table Dealers" have proven in the past to be the primary source of these guns, despite the NRA's oft-repeated claims that the majority of them are stolen. Jail a few phony "dealers" and advertise that fact, and you will eventually see the main source of felon's supply dry up.

Retro ROCKER said...

10:28 THE bad guys will always have guns. There are not enough law enforcement to take the guns away from them. A former gang unit police officer stated there are over six thousand gang members in the metro area. You are fooling yourself if you think you are going to get there guns.

Anonymous said...

The problem is with the elements that think that the way to resolve problems involves guns.

From the hoodrat who feels dis'd by the way someone laughs at their pants hanging down to the Recliner Rommel's in Leawood shooting first and declaring superiority.