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No hay respeto por la vida en Búfalo. Pareja muertos en tiroteo

August 16, 2010

Cuatro muertos, cuatro heridos, lo que es una  tragedia y vergüenza. Las balas volando, la sangre corriendo por las calles algunas manchas en los coches, los cadáveres en las calles, ventanas rotas, cientos de personas asustadas en busca de amparo de alguien disparando a ellos como se rumorea, porque no se les permitió quedarse en la fiesta y busca venganza. … ¿por qué? Un departamento de policía SWAT ingresaba a la casa equivocada, arrestando a la persona equivocada que causa más caos en un barrio Afroamericano, ¿por qué?

Un oficial de policía dijo que no ha visto este tipo de matanzas en su carrera de 30 años en la policía. Aquí, en Búfalo, uno de las más pobres  ciudad en la nación que la gente muere en los asesinatos sin sentido es de hecho un crimen. Ahora, el mensaje en los diarios es Búfalo es un lugar peligroso.

¿Cómo es que dos personas que salieron de esta ciudad, se habían trasladado a Texas, se habían casado, habían encontrado un buen trabajo y habían comenzado una familia mueren en un tiroteo en downntown Búfalo el sábado? Y lo que iba a ser una celebración resultó ser un funeral. ¡Qué triste! Hay algo terriblemente mal en esta ciudad.

Los políticos aquí no dan un buen ejemplo  ellos siempre luchando entre sí. Los líderes políticos mejor despertar y ayudar a resolver los problemas en lugar de participar ellos mismos en las bandas político donde se toman abajo la literatura de otros candidatos  , autos dañados, y la literatura calumniosas se envía por correo a los votantes. ¿Qué ejemplo es esto? Es un momento triste en Búfalo hoy. Nuestras sentidas condolencias a las familias de todos aquellos jóvenes heridos y muertos.

Four dead, four wounded, what a shame! The bullets fly, the blood running through the streets smeared on some cars, the bodies on the  street, broken windows, hundreds of frightened people running for cover from someone shooting at them as rumored, they were not allowed to stay in party and get revenge. … Why? A SWAT police  team entered the wrong house, arresting the wrong person, causing more chaos in the african-American neighborhood. why?

A police officer said he has not seen this kind of carnage in his 30 year career in the police force. Here in Buffalo, the one of the poorest city’s in the nation that people get killed in senseless killings is indeed a crime. Now, the message in newspapers is Buffalo is a dangerous place. How is it that two people who left this town,had moved to Texas, had married,had found good jobs and had started a family are killed in a shooting in downntown Buffalo on Saturday? And what was to be a celebration turned out to be a funeral. How sad! There is something terribly wrong in this City.

And the politicians here do not give a good example themselves always fighting each other. The political leaders better wake up and help to resolve the problems instead of engaging themselves in political gangs where candidates political literature are taken down, autos damaged, and slanderous literature is mailed to voters. What example is this? It is a sad time in Buffalo today. Our condolences go out to the families of all those young people wounded and killed.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. August 16, 2010 5:49 pm

    The majority population in the city of Buffalo is pre-dominantly a “black and Latino communtiy”, an uneducated and consumer community, one that depends on government for social services and its basic needs. The leadership, along with its elected officials, need to concentrate on getting this group to appreciate and value education. Ignorance is too wide sprend, even among its neighborhood leaders. I lived there for almost 20 years and experienced the problem firsthand. Unfortunately, the problem in Buffalo also exist in New York City and other urban areas in the country. We need to make EDUCATION a top priority and move to eradicate the sickness of IGNORANCE. Please check out my educational pledge project at http:// http://www.educationalpledge.com as a starting point in what we need to feed our young people…

    • saison1 permalink*
      August 22, 2010 3:35 am

      Your are right “ignorance is wide spread” among leaders and the flock alike, but the dependency on government and Social services among blacks and Puerto Ricans is rooted in many factor. While I appreciate your criticism of the dependency, likewise, the system rooted in discrimination and a history of violating the civil rights of others deprives people of honest work and contributing to society. So, blaming the victim instead of the system that creates the dependency on it for basic needs doesn’t help either. We need to become more creative about solving the problems of poor people and your work through the Education Pledge is certainly a positive step. http://www.educationalpledge.com

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