Black Market Employment Vol 1

While the regular economy remains in triage, the Black Market economy thrives. Obama’s economy fuels black market employment.

Although blacks make up a much smaller percentage of the workforce, per capita, there is an economy where we flourish, thanks to Black Market employment. Blacks excel in the black market economy, and find creative ways to do so.

For example, stolen cell phones are highly marketable. You don’t even have to find a client, as phones easily redeemed at usually nearby cell phone kiosks. Steal an iPhone 6S and make yourself a smooth $100+ tax-free, unencumbered dollars. The phone is likely insured, so no harm no foul.

And you can bet those who utilize black market employment are innovative in their careers, always looking for the next big things. Like the two men being investigated in a Manhattan robbery pattern in which taxis are robbed while the drivers are stopped in traffic.

According to Metro,

Around 4:40 p.m. on Sunday, July 10, two men got into a taxi at 400 Fifth Ave. and asked to be taken to the Bronx, police reported. The two then took the driver’s iPhone 6S from the seat and cash from the driver’s shirt pocket and fled.

On Saturday, July 16, around 10:00 p.m., a taxi driver at the corner of Sixth Avenue and West 38th Street said the two suspects entered his car and grabbed cash from the armrest, police stated. A third person was involved in a similar incident the following Monday when a taxi driver reported cash was stolen from his center console by three individuals as he was dropping off passengers at 349 Fifth Ave. In both robberies, the suspects fled on foot.

On Friday, July 22, around 10:35 a.m. in front of 853 Broadway, two men approached a taxi on opposite sides as it was stopped in traffic, according to police. As one of them punched the driver through the open driver-side window, the second one opened the passenger-side door and took cash from the cup holder before fleeing on foot on West 14th Street.

At 11:20 a.m. on the same Friday, the two men entered a taxi at 894 Sixth Ave. and took a driver’s backpack from the front passenger seat, police added.

Though the black market is open to any ethnicity, blacks enjoy the fruits of their labors more than most. This is because far too many blacks can’t find jobs in the mainstream. In many cases, due to the profitable nature of black market employment, blacks don’t want “regular” jobs.

In the examples given above, according to police, the individuals  are described as black men in their late teens to mid-20s with slims builds and medium complexions.

So, the next time a black person complains about taxis driving by them, tell them this story.


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