Brazen, random, and senseless

Getting (and delivering) their kicks!

Describes so much of the crime plaguing Madison WI and the nation these days. We get the profit motive of the drug cartels. War criminal Vladimir Putin wants something — Ukraine — even if he has to wreck it first.

We cannot fathom the motive(s) behind the school shootings in Uvalde TX. An outlet for hate? At the other end of the spectrum, why steal cars in Madison WI only to abandon them moments later, often wrecked? For the thrill?

Four punks beat a university graduate student just off campus in the 400 block of W. Gilman St. shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday 06-14-22. “For no apparent reason,” the victim wrote later. One of three similar incidents in the last two weeks. A hate crime? The victim that night is a Chinese national. (“This isn’t the first Asian hate crime at UW-Madison,” the chancellor posted.) The assailants are black and, apparently, not Proud Boys or Oath Keepers.

Four young men pictured in beatdown of Chinese student

Kids just want to have fun with bananas

Welcome to America!

Brazen! Committed the assault under the watchful eye of a security camera. “My left ear and my face are bleeding, but no more serious injury,” the victim wrote. Excerpted from his on-line post:

I chose Madison largely because it is already a much safer place as compared to the rest of the US … but tonight, whether it was racial hatred or common-school violence, it still came to me.

I was walking home alone … I was about to turn the corner and head towards my residence when a group of very tall and well-dressed young guys sped up to me and surrounded me, a black guy punched me in the left side of my face all of a sudden, then I was pulled to the ground by the people behind me, followed by punches and kicks. …

A group of black girls who were partying at a bar across the street witnessed the whole attack, and they came over and sat me down, helped me call the police, handed me tissues and water, and took pictures of me. … The entire attack should have been no more than 40 seconds, they didn’t say a single word, didn’t try to rob my stuff, they just dragged me to the ground to kick me.

I don’t even feel any anger or rage at the young men who attacked me. They are just those who have lost their basic rationalities and common sense under certain ideologies/hatred/cultures. … While trying to fight against violence/hatred, we need to raise our own awareness of safety and learn to protect ourselves.

On Saturday 06-18-22, police arrested four suspects — one aged 15. (Madison police report.)

⇒ We renew our call for state legislation to charge the parents of under-age offenders.

Blaska’s Bottom Line: All crime is a hate crime, so enhancers make no sense. Don’t know how the victim intends to protect himself, but if the Head Groundskeeper find himself downtown or on the campus late at night, he’s carrying.

How are YOU protecting yourself?

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10 Responses to Brazen, random, and senseless

  1. John Freitag says:

    David, I am curious about your last post last week. When you say Trump lost and there was no hanky prank? Is it that you think there wasn’t enough to make a difference or there wasn’t any thing illegal taking place. I keep going back and forth but don’t know who to believe and who not to believe. Can you give some direction as to where to go to sort this out. Thanks, an avid reader!


    • David Blaska says:

      I’m not going to repeat my blogs. Suffice to say Trump lost 61 appeals to almost as many courts, both state and federal. His A.G., his campaign advisers, the state legislatures in all six battleground states said he lost. Practices such as ballot harvesting are problematic and should be restricted but votes cast that way were real.


  2. Attila says:

    How am I protecting myself? 2 years ago when lawlessness and disorder were allowed in Madison and a nearby Verizon store was broken into, we’d had enough. We had NEVER shot a firearm in our lives. We purchased real nice Glocks and took intensive tactical training (refresher courses as well).
    We received CCPs and know when, how, and where to use them, but hope we NEVER have to.

    As Carl Madden once said, “Don’t leave home without it”.

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  3. Mark+Lemberger says:

    Wilding. Get used to it.


  4. Cornelius_Gotchberg says:

    Sooooooo, these WEREN’T four (4) classic criminal/thug/POS phuque-wits whose needs weren’t being met…?

    And these four (4) classic criminal/thug/POS phuque-wits are well dressed?

    Who’s their clothier…bLack LIES Matter…?

    And yous’ carrying to protect yourselves? SHOOT_TO_KILL…you’ll be doing the known Universe a favor!

    If any rounds remain…discharge one into the ground….which you may claim as yer warning shot

    The Gotch

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  5. One eye says:

    “It’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” — Frederick Douglas

    Another generation lost. No matter the elites and grifters will soon have the Center for Black Excellence to point to. It’s inspiring motto: “Look we’re not racists after all”.

    Help us Kaleem Caire, you’re our last hope.


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  7. Michael says:

    Might be time to redo your series on student discipline problems at Madison East, this time of a prominent all conference basketball player. This time, it spilled onto the streets.


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