Now the reports are 10 people were shot on Bourbon Street at roughly 2:45 a.m., an hour when the lifeblood of the city - tourists - are just getting good and liquored up for a run at a wild, wild party.
On Sunday morning at 2:45 a.m. (still considered Saturday night for those primarily white tourists having multiple cocktails in the Big Easy), two people opened fire.
|One of the two black suspects who opened fire on Bourbon Street (in New Orleans), injuring 10 people|
Two people who weren't playing midnight basketball, one of the programs of the NOLA FOR LIFE campaign/program, specifically designed by the city to counter the threat black males pose to New Orleans viability as a tourist destination.
The fear of potentially being the victim of collateral damage in the largely black-in-origin crime/gun-crime in New Orleans (usually called black-on-black crime) is the primary reason only parts of the 60 percent black city are open to tourism.
Most of the city is still just as off-limits as the Super Dome was to white people during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
|This is not a forgery: this is an actual billboard found in New Orleans as part of the NOLA FOR LIFE campaign. The Bourbon Street shooting that left 10 wounded did take place at... 2:45 a.m.|
And the NOLA FOR LIFE campaign is losing steam, with business owners and those with a vested interest in the city losing faith in elected officials incapable of stopping the carnage of black males (how many white people were victims in the shooting?). [Bourbon Street shooting leaves 10 wounded, 2 critically, tourism image scarred, New Orleans Times-Picayune, 6-30-14]:
A Bourbon Street shooting early Sunday morning left nine people injured - two critically - in the latest incident of New Orleans gun violence penetrating even the city's most iconic thoroughfare.
New Orleans police Superintendent Ronal Serpas said "two cowardly young men" were responsible for the carnage, which sent bystanders diving into bustling bars and nightclubs for cover, and others crawling into open storefronts as they bled.
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, attending a leadership conference in Colorado with gun violence among its topics, condemned the shooting and pledged a swift law-enforcement response.
"Our No. 1 priority is to keep New Orleans safe," Landrieu said in a statement issued through a City Hall spokesman. "These kinds of incidents will not go unanswered."New Orleans could be just as the city of Key West, Florida is: a safe place to let loose and have a wild time.
But, when the former city is 60 percent black (and almost all gun-crime in the aggregate of black individuals unlawful life choice), New Orleans is basically a militarized zone around Bourbon Street to keep white tourists happy.
|If New Orleans is to be a world class, where tourists feel safe and business owners believe they can make a profit, the city must realize black males are the only reason the there's a violent way of life in the Big Easy|
A continuous, raucous party, where the threat of gun fire from "two cowardly - black - young men" isn't a fear a drunk person enjoying Fantasy Fest will ever consider as an impediment to spending vast sums of money in the southernmost tip of the United States.
Though the New Orleans Times-Picayune has yet to let slip the news of the suspects race in any of the stories they've published, this important detail (considering both suspects are still at large and are not... white, thus disqualifying large segments of the city from burdening the police with suspect status), this one pertinent detail was gleaned from the NOLA.com:
Monday 9:45 a.m.SUPERINTENDENT'S MAJOR OFFENSE LOGActual, 10 subjects received gunshot wounds (GSWs).
Saturday, June 28, 2014 thru Sunday, June 29, 2014
- 34S/Aggravated Battery (Shooting)
- Unit 1887
- 02:46 Hours
- 700 blk Bourbon
- P/O McFarland
Gist: Two unknown black males opened fire. 9 subjects received GSWs.
- Victims: 9 Subjects
Courtesy of two black males, unfortunately absent from the midnight basketball game of the NOLA FOR LIFE campaign.
In Black-Run America life, white people are pawns of the game to uplift black people. Though few will admit it, all whites must pay homage to black people, who have been deemed royalty status by those in BRAs highest offices of power.
If this weren't the case, the lead paragraph at NOLA.com would contain the most important information about the shooting: that both suspects are black males.
Both are black.
We white people are nothing but pawns, in a game played by technocratic-managers intent on shielding black people from any criticism for the culture their genes help create.
New Orleans, without black people, would look a lot like Key West.
Instead, New Orleans looks a lot like a Port-au-Prince.