Black people love Atlanta. "The City to Busy to Hate," is what many would consider the No. 1 Black city in the world (Detroit holds that title), and was recently called, by Ebony magazine the Black mecca:
"But with the push of the Civil Rights Movement and the leadership of a cadre of Black mayors, Atlanta has undergone an amazing transformation, becoming a booming international metropolis and a magnet for the legions of upwardly mobile, young Black professionals who flock there each year."Atlanta is roughly 54 percent Black, although it was the biggest city in America to see a massive influx in white people between 2000 and 2006:
"Atlanta is also seeing a unique and drastic demographic increase in its white population, and at a pace that outstrips the rest of the nation. It increased from 31 percent in 2000 to 35 percent in 2006, a numeric gain of 26,000, more than double the increase between 1990 and 2000. The trend seems to be gathering strength with each passing year."Black people do not like that at all, as Atlanta is their home and their turf. It is where the Martin Luther King Jr. Center is located, numerous Civil Rights Museums and The Varsity, one of the largest employers of Black people in the world.
When you enter Hartsfield-Jackson Airport's main terminal, you are greeted by a mural which depicts Olympic Park in Atlanta and has a large Black girl, whose beautiful Ebony arms metaphorically hug you, welcoming you into the loving arms of Atlanta.
Black people love Atlanta so much that have tried to dissuade white people from moving to Atlanta by making the city the No. 2 least safe to live in in the United States. Black people have made Atlanta a very unsafe place to live, the correlation due to the rising white population, which they wish to be rid of at any cost. Even by a massive increase in crime, if it means to keep the city in Black hands.
You see Atlanta is the Black mecca, so the rising crime rate is a warning to white people: this is our city, not yours.
Case in point the Georgia Institute of Technology, or as its most commonly known Georgia Tech, one of the top engineering schools in the nation. 65 percent of the undergrads at the school, located in the heart of Atlanta, are white, compared to only 6 percent African American.
The school, one of the top institutions of higher learning in world, has seen a rash of attacks on students in 2009 and all of the have been perpetrated by African Americans. This marks the 13th attack on students that has been reported in 2009, all by Black people trying to protect their city against the incoming tide of white people.
Police say the teens shot Patrick Whaley, 22, ( a white student ) last month at the Tivoli Tenside Apartments on Northside Drive.The teens robbed Whaley and a couple before fleeing, police said.Three Black teens were arrested in this shooting.
In an email to Georgia Tech parents, the school is trying to calm fears of a growing epidemic, Black crime in the name of protecting the Blackest city in America, against white students at the school:
“I want to reassure you that we are committed to making our campus and the surrounding neighborhoods, where our students, faculty and staff reside, as safe as possible,” Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson wrote to parents... ,“Individuals walking alone at night are at significantly higher risk than those who practice basic awareness and prevention techniques."Of course, the school did not come out and say that Black people are behind the attack on students, but they left the knowledge of ascertaining this fact to those who will be attacked, hoping that then the person robbed will begin to understand who pulls the strings of power in Atlanta, like the Wizard in The Wizard of Oz.
No, Black people will continue to commit crimes in Atlanta, in the hope of making it 2009's least safe city in America and bidding to keep Atlanta the No. 1 Black city.
Stuff Black People Don't Like will include Georgia Tech students, because dorky white kids are the easiest kids to pick on in the world.