- Another story you'll never, ever, ever read in the Tribune
(Photo: David Maialetti/Landov)
Sunday August 7, Mayor Nutter took the pulpit at Mount Carmel Baptist Church and delivered a scolding to black Philadelphians the likes of which has never been heard north of the Mason-Dixon line.
With total disregard of how the media would portray him, Mayor Nutter began to speak from the pulpit at which he was married 20 years earlier. He warned the audience he was not going to be politically correct. He began quietly affirming his belief in God, his reliance on daily prayer for guidance, and even his pride at belonging to the church for 25 years.
But then he called for parents to get control of their children. He did not mince words. He told the youths involved in the “nonsense” behavior that if they acted like “ @#!*% ” they would find their butts in jail. And parents and guardians were also warned that they were going to be held accountable for their children.
To the youths involved, he made it clear. It wasn’t the white man’s fault they don’t get hired when they show up to ask for a job with their hair a mess, tattoos up and down their arms and face and neck, and their pants hanging down around their knees. He put it simply, pull up your @#!*% pants, clean up, behave, or move out – Philadelphia doesn’t want them.
A previous Greeley Gazette article, “President intent on weakening the U.S. domestically and internationally?”, includes a timeline indicating the parallel events leading to the break-up of the Soviet Union and probably the United States. Small riots in year three were ignored by the Soviet central government. The small outbreaks the press has called civil unrest in Philadelphia have been ignored by the mainstream media. Worse still, the street violence, coordinated through social media sites, is considered by the federal government to be a local law enforcement problem.
One thing is certain, Mayor Nutter is not going to roll over without a fight. He closed with a warning to the thugs. He told them they were lucky they didn’t get beat themselves. He was calling out every citizen to join together. “Don’t even try to make sense out of this behavior” he said, “sense and nonsense” can’t be in the same place at the same time.
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