Cultural Diversity Erupts in Richmond, CA

The assault weapons are blazing in Richmond, California, the land of violence, debt and diversity.

If you will not listen to “racists”, listen to the the words of the Negroid man.

“We – are in a state of emergency!”


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6 Responses to “Cultural Diversity Erupts in Richmond, CA”

  1. NV:
    Amazing how the ONLY way I find out about things like THIS is by following YOUR blog…LOL!
    Christ knows the MSM doesn’t “want” to cover stories such as these…
    Guess too much TRUTH is more than “they” can handle…after all, they’re too busy screwing UP this nation.

    Time to get on the stick and start DOING something about all this crap, before this gets further out of hand.

    Take the fight to THEM, the gangstas, thugs and the otherwise flotsam of our society.

    Good story – good post.

  2. niviusvir Says:

    Thanks Bob. We need to all keep each other informed.

  3. Mike Raccoon Eyes Says:


    By: Mike (Ali) Raccoon Eyes Kinney

    As a Cherokee Native American Activist and a former member of the Richmond California Violence Prevention Movement, I have seen close to 515 homicides in the City of Richmond from 2001 to the present.

    The declaration of a ‘war on violence’ by the Richmond city government was not the panacea, instead it failed miserably.
    I have often stated in town hall meetings and on television, the best way to win the ‘war on violence’ in Richmond is to ‘TEACH THE VALUES OF PEACE’.
    In the killing fields of Richmond, most of the victims of homicides are youth or young adults. Teaching the values of peace begins with our youth and young adults. From a Native perspective, winning the war on violence begins in the home with a strong, spiritual belief and value system.
    We believe that Creator made all generations, past, present and those of the future, holy people. This is what our Elders teach us from the time we are born.
    Our families and Elders teach our young people that they must tear away the images and stereotypes that mainstream society has placed upon them as Native peoples.
    Violence and killing is not traditional in Native culture, it is a learned behavior from mainstream society.
    We teach our youths not to attack, punish or beat themselves up for crimes that they have never committed in regards to racism. Our Elders and families teach our young people to have good self-esteem, self-worth and self-value, for as the original holy people this was Creators plan.
    Native people know that it is both family and community responsibility to teach the values of peace to our young people.
    We teach our young people honesty and accountability concerning violence. It begins with accepting responsibility for self and acknowledging any past use of violence. Admitting any wrongdoing, communicating openly and truthfully to renounce the use of violence in the future places our youth on the right path. We place a heavy emphasis that all life is sacred.
    The final lesson in teaching the values of peace is quite simple. It is helping young people understand their relationship to others and all things in Creation.
    Be responsible for your role, act with compassion and respect, and remember ALL LIFE IS SACRED. Native culture is prevention!

    Mike (Ali) Raccoon Eyes Kinney

  4. niviusvir Says:

    That is interesting. Now, in the article Racoon Eyes has lead the horse to water but – can he make it drink?

  5. Guns don’t kill people……………………….PEOPLE KILL PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    It’s not the gun’s fault that it may have killed a person, it’s the fault of the person who used the gun to kill another person. Say for instance that a person mispelled a word on an essay that he or she was writing, and that person blamed the mistake on his or her pencil………That’s just silly!!!!!!!! Besides, people would kill eachother with or without the effiecient help of a gun. Say for instance guns do not exist, people would still be killing eachother with knives and clubs and poisons and even their own hands. Ofcourse, the argument could still be made that a gun could help augment a person’s killing abilities, but my point still stands.

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