What I learned about gangs setting up this website:
The factual emergence of a street gang was not written to make heroes of
those involved. But, to try to understand what caused the formation of these social
systems and why they turned out as they did.
In the beginning, it was matter of survival. Clustered together in crowded inner city
housing, with no encouragement for a better life than they were witnessing
around them. These young men looked at what they had and fought for it.
Any stimuli that enters our society, whether it is illegal or a Government policy, has dramatic
impact on some, and little change on others?
The new stimuli is acted out using the streets of our slums and ghettos as it's stage.
Drugs were in the ghettos and slums of American cities prior to 1950. The government did very
little to try and stop the problem. The uninformed middle class did not know, or ignored the
problem completely. When drugs became available to college students in the 1960's, these same
people started to demand that the government take a stand against drug distribution.
The number of immigrants from third world countries sharply increased in the mid 1960's. The
government never put any procedures in place to mainstream these new arrivals into workable
living conditions. As a result, these new arrivals, ended up moving into overcrowded slums
and ghettos in the major cities around the country. This resulted in a sharp increase in gang
activity in those neighborhoods as the poor who were establish in those areas clashed with
the newly formed immigrant gangs fighting for what they felt was their piece of America.
The Test Tube:
The Streets of our Major cities.
Instead of condemning gangs for their actions, maybe society should look to itself
for allowing the conditions to exist in which a group of people find
it necessary to fight and kill for their survival.
Our gift to them has been to let the poor from other countries move in and try to take
over what little our poor have. By doing this we encourage hate and violence. And, we
waste the talent of our youth who are deprived of the bare essentials, have no incentive
for education, and a future of death or crime.
Rewarding illegals in this country and not helping America's poor, feeling no
compassion for the young that are living in slums and ghettos, and telling Americans
they are stupid and lazy and unwilling to work hard - just hiring immigrants or
exporting jobs overseas will not solve America's problems.
In the 40's, 50's, and 60's, a young man with an 8th grade education could look
forward to a job in industry. Now you have to know someone, who knows someone,
to get the job on the lowest step of the ladder. Until Americans wake up and start
looking out for their own - even the most humble of us - do not judge the actions of others.
We apologize for the downtime that we were experiencing during the end of each month. We hosted used the same host company since 2003 and never experienced any problems. In 2012, we found they were incapable of handling the heavy volume of bandwidth that our website was experiencing, so, regretfully; we had to migrate our large website to a new host that was able to provide us with the service we required. I guess you can call it growing pains.
"Do not follow
where the path may lead
go instead where there is no path
and leave a trail."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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