Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Urban tribalism: Effective tool of low-level leftist agitators


(trend in comments under news items to place xenophobic blame on residents of whatever suburb or city is noted in the article, instead of acknowledging the real problem)

The efforts of trolls to induce a "spirit" of tribalism in the readers of these news items would be laughable if its true intention was not so malignant.  They WANT for people in Denver to hate people in Colorado Springs (and people in Aurora, and people in Commerce City, etc., etc., etc.) to keep us all from discussing and understanding the real issue, which is actually quite simple, to wit:

What Colorado Springs and Denver have in common is that they are both on the I-25 corridor; I-25 is a large, well-traveled, interstate highway that runs south basically to the border of what nation...?  (This is easy!  Think!)

For everyone to be pleasantly occupied in xenophobic hatred of their fellow citizens simply because they live in another town takes the focus away from the constant flow of drugs, crime, and mayhem flowing straight in our direction from Mexico.  You don't have to believe me if you don't want to; keep on thinking that "it's all Colorado Springs' fault" or whatever; that's what they want you to think, and you're a nice, cooperative type, aren't you?