After last Monday’s Spring High School shooting, the general concensus is, there is indeed, racial division between Black and Hispanics. It was’t complicated, nor privileged information concerning the investigating, especially when the investigation couldn’t restrain kids and parents comments. This racial tension has been brewing for over a year.
When you consider the political ramifications associated with elevating one minority group above the other, you have to know, racial tensions will flare up. There’s a mutual and common dislike among Blacks and Hispanics, especially when you consider the liberal push for special treatment of a segment of the Hispanic community who come like thieves in the night, demanding rubber stamped emancipation, civil rights, citizenship, amnesty, equal rights and in the Houston area, all of the jobs.
While politicians try and shore up their voter base, and while public school districts try to get as much out the government, per student, as they possible can, this time bomb exploded and another has started ticking. When the smoke clears again, more from this racial tension will be dead and the deaths will prompt more deaths, and before you know it, Spring, Texas will become known as small town in Texas, struggling to deal with a large gang problem.
Speculations associate the racial tensions with prison gangs, but now, that’s really not the problem at all. These kids are not ex-cons yet, perhaps their family, friends and loved ones are. Counseling the kids won’t solve the problem, it’s a liberal policy designed to divide and conquer. These kids are products of racism, and perhaps with probable cause.
At last night’s memorial service for Joshua Broussard, racial tensions, regardless of who created it, surfaced. Members of the Hispanic gang ‘Brown Pride,’ showed up, uninvited, unwanted and clearly out of place. Altercations erupted inside the church, the fight was pushed outside and shots were fired.
Why was there a need for guns at a memorial?
Today these kids return to school after the altercation last Monday. There’s apprehension among parents of allowing their kids to return to Spring High School period. After last night’s incident, parents expect more trouble and are seriously considering private schools, or home schooling their children.