Teens, our new enemy
The amount of hatred and disgust that is spewed on our young people each summer is comparable to that to which the Palestinians and, more recently, the African migrants, are subjected.
Summer vacation has just begun but the first signs of public resentment toward the familiar enemy from previous summers, children and teens, are apparent. The young fill the malls in the morning and the public parks at night. They speak an incomprehensible language, wear strange clothing, make noise, get drunk and above all they are violent. They are a nuisance that must be removed from the streets.