Wednesday, January 02, 2019

TKC MUST SEE!!! KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY PUSHES RACIAL CONVERSATION 2019!!!



The Mayor of Kansas City is committed to focusing this town's attention toward matters of race and politics.

Whilst more locals are concerned with the rising rate of violence and crime, crumbling infrastructure and continued corporate giveaways . . . The Mayor refocuses his attention toward "systemic" issues.

Here's today's word:

"Here at the Mayor's Office, we're beginning the year with our third installment of the KC Race & Equity Initiative: Systems, Institutions & Communities, and we hope you'll join us to continue the conversation."

Take a look:



More deets & registration info:

Join us as we explore ways to create change at an institutional level. Participants will dig into how institutions maintain systemic racism through controlling power and access. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from organizers and activists about local strategies to address and dismantle institutional racism.

You decide . . .

30 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would disagree that this is a conversation and it's certainly not a debate or discussion. There is only one sided being presented with very little room for any counterargument.

If he was being honest. It should be advertised as nothing more than a series of lectures.

Hoda said...

So lucky that our mayor is in touch with the community.

I would've thought that people hate listening to this kind of ranting unless they're the ones doing it.

Anonymous said...

There's only justice here is some of the developers who he has rewarded are forced to attend as part of the cost for those tax breaks.

Anonymous said...

Simple. Blacks commit the vast majority of KCMO murders.

Anonymous said...

I like his plan to ensure every black man gets a white wife like him and his son!

Anonymous said...

Hard to believe this ambulance chaser made it to Mayor.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Slick nice distraction though. Except you forgot "change we can believe in" as part of the pitch.

Anonymous said...

Black Mayor, Congressman, former Police Chief and now Sheriff. Racism?

Anonymous said...

Typical Wet Back TKC clickbait, after 2 years of Trump can't your wanna be white ass see that those whitw trash whiteys you love so much hate beaners more than they hate their former property. Viva La Raza!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Russian bot

Anonymous said...

So this is about how we give more unmerited things to black people, right?

Anonymous said...

And about 150000 black welfare recipients

Anonymous said...

He going to talk about his murder rate?

Anonymous said...

Race? You mean how blacks commit most of the murders in town?

Anonymous said...

Yes and how it dropped this year, he sure will!

Anonymous said...


Institutional racism????? Maybe he should look at his own culture!

Anonymous said...

Whites commit more murders than blacks according to kc crime stats. Sorry, your facts are not feelings.

Anonymous said...

Ouch.

Anonymous said...

5:53 not in killa shitty they don’t, name one murder, no name any murders by whites last year, go ahead, I’ll wait

Anonymous said...

The black community divides itself.. Anyone heard of the PAPER BAG TEST??..iffin your darker than the bag your frowned upon.. this was talked to me in the great year of 1976

Gofer Broke said...

Did Sly make a thousand murders yet for his two terms?
Are there six months left?

Anonymous said...

6:42

The bat-shit crazy Trumpster old man who shot the Brookside lawyer in front of his house.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Slie will invite R Kelly to perform at Starlight for a standing crowd of 82, complete with 14 year old girls delivered to his hotel room at the Hyatt?

Anonymous said...

6:59 That’s still not proven but I’ll give it to you, what about the other 134?

Anonymous said...

Institutional racism? Is than like setting standards lower for black people than standards for white people? Affirmative action, like Quinton Lucas getting a law degree?

Anonymous said...

7:27 kicks in the face. Oh Snap what ever that means....

Anonymous said...

7:31 you are correct sir! And the standard is pre-k level!

Anonymous said...

Hopefully it will be held in one of the empty KCPS buildings and the topics will include how to get billions while destroying a school SYSTEM...instituional racism my butt!

Anonymous said...

SO, THIS WILL BE A SYLVESTER JAMES CONFESSIONAL?

Institutional Racism In KC?

Sylvester James, Jr.,  was elected Mayor of Kansas City Missouri (KCMO) in March 2011, with only 21 percent of the City's registered voters casting ballots.  James was re-elected in 2015, with significantly fewer voters participating, against a largely unknown unfunded candidate. Despite the lack of opposition, James received extremely generous contributions from Burns and McDonnell.

A Kansas City Council committee recommended approval of more than $80 million in tax incentives for the expansion of Burns & McDonnell’s world headquarters complex at the northwest corner of Wornall and Bannister roads.

The Planning, Zoning and Economic Development Committee endorsed $41.9 million worth of incentives previously recommended by the Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City. That amount, to be diverted over 23 years to reimburse eligible development costs, will include utility tax revenue and half of the earnings tax revenue generated by the expansion.

In addition, the committee endorsed Chapter 100 bond financing for the project that will allow the developers to receive a 25-year property tax abatement. At a rate of 100 percent abatement for 15 years, followed by 50 percent for 10 years, it will abate a total of $41.8 million in property tax revenue during the 25-year term.

..the Chapter 100 financing will allow the developers to also receive a sales tax exemption on building materials worth about $3 million.

The City Manager's office explained that the project is eligible for the sales tax exemption because the Chapter 100 financing will technically make the city the owner of the new buildings, which will be leased to the developers and subleased to Burns & McDonnell until the bonds are paid off.

The Chapter 100 financing calls for the city to issue up to $121.5 million in taxable revenue bonds, to be purchased by Burns & McDonnell, for the project.

Sylvester James attempted to award a no-bid multi-billion dollar public works project (largest in KCMO history) to lily-white Burns and McDonnell. The vast majority of their employees reside OUTSIDE KCMO, and top management lives in KS or Lee's Summit.

When a wealthy successful company, like Burns and McDonnell, asks for taxpayer assistance after first piling huge donations toward a Mayor without serious challengers, you know that both have seriously lost their way and are operating without a moral compass.

Anonymous said...

"Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear from organizers and activists about local strategies to address and dismantle institutional racism." All of their strategies are going to be unconstitutional because they discriminate on the basis of race.