Neighborhood Brawl Between Two Chimpbattants Leads to Car Violence

Another typical day among America’s plague of bottom-feeders. In this case, a couple of gutter baboons (also known as ‘sub-humans’) started to face down each other. Before long, one of them got run over by a car, and the same soon happens to the other chimpbattant.

The video illustrates the level of violence and danger Blacks in the U.S. pose to each other, and those unlucky enough to live near them.

Thankfully, a passerby was able to get a photograph of one of the drivers. 

7 comments

  1. s. says:

    Excuse me for being off-topic, but I found an older post of yours that I like and couldn’t comment there:
    http://www.ambrosekane.com/2013/08/25/school-days-are-too-long-and-homework-sucks/#comments

    I totally agree with that post of yours and would like to ask you what were your school hours in primary, secondary and high school? Do you remember? I am just curious as I would like to make a comparison between the school hours at that time and the school hours nowadays.

    I am a parent myself and worry that the age of 5-6 is too young for children to stay at school from 8-8.30AM to 15-16PM. That schedule is similar to a job…

    When do children get the time to live their childhood freely, with unplanned activities?
    When do they have the time to bond with their parents if the time they spend at home (awake) is much shorter than the time they spend at school? In a short time, they will grow and leave home; childhood is the only time when we, parents (or at least one of the parents), could spend more time with our children if we chose or were able to do so.

    I live in Europe and here is the same situation. Many full-time working parents put their children in school at 4 years old because school is free while kindergarten is most often private and expensive. However, school attendance, once the child is enrolled, is also mandatory and the schedule is fixed (and long).

    I am very sad when we are constrained like this by rules. I find childhood unique and special. The period when we can be both free and alive is getting shorter and shorter. School starts earlier and earlier (mandatory at 4 years old in Northern Ireland, for example) and retirement age is constantly postponed (67 years old in many European countries).

    Did you have enough time to spend with your son while you lived together?
    Do you think that today’s school hours could have a negative impact on the parent-child relationship? I often think about this with sadness.

    • Ambrose Kane says:

      Thank you for your comments. You’ve made some very insightful comments and ones which I agree with. I understand where you’re coming from. This is a subject I have a passion for and I am amazed that more people haven’t protested these long hours we subject our children to at school.

      Ultimately, it’s the result of the Nanny-State creeping into our lives and taking a dominant role in indoctrinating our children with their social-political-cultural agenda. Our schools have also become glorified babysitters for our children, and since both parents work, many of them don’t complain.

      My school hours as a kid was from 8am-3pm (sometimes later).

      My son was home schooled for a number of years, so he only attended a formalized school until much later. If you can homeschool, that’s the best way to go. If not, then you will have to find a way to combat the liberal nonsense they will teach your children. They will have to be ‘unschooled’ if you know what I mean. And yes, the current long hours at school and the excessive homework DOES effect the child-parent relationship and that not in a good way. The State definitely intrudes into our lives far too much, and the long hours kids are required to be at school is one of them (including too much homework).

      When they gave my son excessive homework in high school, I gave the teachers and my son’s counselor a lot of grief. I had some interesting meetings, I can assure you. They ended up agreeing with me, and his homework was reduced dramatically. I sensed that some of the teachers knew I was right.

      I wish you the best with your children and in doing what you can to reduce the liberal state’s influence on them. Stay strong! 🙂

  2. Truth-hammer says:

    TNB

  3. Diddly says:

    Those poor cars.

  4. Walter Bergen says:

    What struck me is that the houses in this neighborhood were built by and once occupied by humans. How depressing.

Any Thoughts?

%d bloggers like this: