The Woodlawn Wonder wants to destroy the myth that she says is often stated in the many racist comments that are made on any crime story at the Chicago Tribune or Sun-Times. Especially if this crime story originates in a predominantly Black neighborhood. She gives us her conclusion!
It’s not that the people in the neighborhoods don’t care; it’s just that their self appointment leaders had sold them out.Thoughts?
Sold out their constituency and sold out their neighborhoods for a metaphorical 30 pieces of silver.
And of course the perception of being “decision makers.”
Which when you think about it is laughable.
Anyone with half a brain knows that the big decisions in this city are made so far away from committee meetings and neighborhood forums.
The fix is in long before the public is asked to give their two cents.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is called plantation politics and in my opinion it has ruined a vast majority of this city.