Grooming Children for Crime

By | July 15, 2022

[July 15, 2022]  Sheila Qualls of AlphaNews1 has some shocking analysis of what is happening in St. Paul.  A video caught several children acting like grown-ups (all the worse characteristics).  It sets the stage for grooming children for crimes in their future.

A short video, one of the most shocking things I have seen in a long time, is embedded below. But first, some comments by my friend Sheila Qualls:

The content of this video is disturbing. Chilling.

 It is a foreshadowing of poverty, prison, and even death. It tells the story of children — who through no fault of their own — have been corrupted and abandoned by a system that places no value on the traditional nuclear family.

When Minneapolis police officers showed up in St. Paul last week to execute a search warrant for a murder suspect, they were met by toddlers — some still in diapers — who punched, kicked, cursed, and threw rocks at them. (Alpha News is only publishing 30 seconds of the video, but it goes on for another two minutes.)

The behavior of these children is eerily similar to the behaviors of rioters who burned and looted Minneapolis two years ago.

Children who can’t read or cross the street unattended hurled profanities and unabashed disrespect at law enforcement officers.

As they cussed, berated, and struck police officers with their fists, a bystander can be heard in the background encouraging the children by saying “Oreo head,” in reference to the black police officer at the scene.

More at the link:

Sheila is right, this kind of insanity is the result of decades of liberal policies and a decadent culture:

These children are the result of a social experiment gone bad. They are casualties of the War on Poverty introduced by the progressive left under President Johnson in the 1960s. Since that time, the black community and society as a whole have been suffering the consequences.

While the left constantly bemoans systemic racism, the evidence suggests something different. It does not point to racism. It does not point to white privilege. And it certainly does not point to police brutality. It points to the problem in the black community that no one ever talks about: the high percentage of fatherless homes.

And the Progressive left thinks it’s the availability of guns that is to blame for violent crime.  I see that video, and I see a preview of criminal reports to come years hence.  There are no guns in the video.

This kind of inappropriate behavior is directly due to the policy of telling a set of people that they’re oppressed, or victims, and that they have no responsibility for their own situation whatsoever.  They teach it to their kids, and their kids teach it to THEIR kids.

Eventually, we get stuff like this video, and “mostly peaceful protests”.




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22 thoughts on “Grooming Children for Crime

  1. Nick Lighthouse

    This is the left’s idea of social justice. Look at it good and hard.

  2. Janna Faulkner

    Terrible, just terrible. Grooming children for a future of crime!

    1. American Girl

      Nor should any of us be too surprised. I see this as an example of the decline of families across the USA. Fix the families and do it yourself, one family at a time. Tell the truth always, as Gen. Satterfield regularly reminds us. Then, maybe, you can gain part of the American Dream.

      1. catorenasci

        …. but but but they are told they are VICTIMS of the American system, so why would they want to be part of it? That is the problem.

  3. Wild Bill

    Children who can’t read or cross the street unattended hurled profanities and unabashed disrespect at law enforcement officers. And, they were being encourage by someone off camera.

    1. Veronica Stillman

      Sometimes helping people in the short run is not helping them in the long run. Sometimes they just have to work thru the problem themselves.

      1. DocJeff

        Got that right. But no one in the black community is doing it.

  4. Mr. Savage

    Keep up the great work you are doing, Gen. Satterfield, I like the new direction you are taking your leadership website. If you need suggestions for future articles, we are all here. 😊

  5. Army Captain

    Sheila Qualls blames fatherless families and, yes, that is a big part of it. But the problem goes way beyond fatherless families. It goes to folks tolerating the decline of black communities. They tolerate it because anytime someone tries to bring it up as a problem, the are demeaned. So they say, enough, I won’t help.

  6. Max Foster

    ‘Why Black Neighborhoods Continue to Struggle’ interesting article that puts the blame on poverty. A common, easy to use excuse for failure. It is the black culture and its promotion by politicians and a failure to integrate into the American culture that dooms blacks. No one will say so and this article reinforces that old, tired excuse. I’m surprised the author didn’t blame it on whitey.

    1. Frank Graham

      Read the article again, racism by whites is implied throughout.

      1. mainer

        Yes, Frank you are right. Classic, blame the problem on some thing other than the people who are at fault. That is why the progressives blame guns.

    2. Greg NH

      Yep, typical, blame something else and not yourself. Blacks are the cause of their problems, just like whites are the cause of their problems. Until we figure out that taking responsibility for your community and yourself takes ahold, nothing will improve.

  7. rjsmithers

    Excellent article that opened my eyes even wider. I knew the black communities were on a downward spiral and due to complete and utter cowardice from our political leaders. And, I don’t see it getting any better anytime soon.

  8. Fred Weber

    “And the Progressive left thinks it’s the availability of guns that is to blame for violent crime. I see that video, and I see a preview of criminal reports to come years hence. ” Exactly! We said, Gen. Satterfield.

    1. Rev. Michael Cain

      What is really sad is that when someone tries to do something about it, they are shouted down and called ‘racist.’ No wonder that no one is trying to help. All we can do is pray for their salvation.

      1. Tom Bushmaster

        Rev. Cain, I agree but there is certainly more we can do. But it takes a mature adult to begin the process and stick-toitivness.


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