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  • Cops Shooting Blacks - That The Real Problem?

    No...

    A 2007 special report released by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, reveals that approximately 8,000 and, in certain years, as many as 9,000 African Americans are murdered annually in the United States. This chilling figure is accompanied by another equally sobering fact, that 93% of these murders are in fact perpetrated by other blacks. The analysis, supported by FBI records, finds that in 2005 alone, for example, African Americans accounted for 49% of all homicide victims in the US again, almost exclusively at the hands of other African Americans.
    http://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/pdf/bvvc.pdf


    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2012...n-black-crime/
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    Never beat around the bush when you can strike the root:

    Healthy societies don’t have domestic police forces that look like invading armies.

    But then again, America is not a healthy society.

    We are an increasingly multiracial, white-minority society. The black populations in the cities have lower intelligence and are quicker to violence, which explains why they’re poor and why they riot. Billions in social welfare spending, affirmative action, and even a black president have not changed this situation.

    Contra conservatives, it’s not “welfare.” Contra liberals, it’s not “racism”. And contra libertarians, it’s not “militarized police.”

    Even if all three of these issues play some small role.

    It’s genetics.

    But the recent history of attempts to discuss this—from Charles Murray to James Watson to Nicholas Wade—are not encouraging. Nobody knows who Richard Lynn is.

    And depressingly, I predict this fact never gets the hearing it deserves, much less general acknowledgment.

    But we can’t be permanently stuck in this Groundhog Day of shootings, black rage and white silence, can we? Doesn’t something have to give?

    In the short run, whites will get no satisfaction. If they decide to un-police black areas, the cry will go out that “racist white society” has abandoned them. If they decide to continue policing in black areas, the cry will go out that “racist white police” are abusing them.
    I am, of course, all for fencing off and de-policing black areas until they either learn to behave or slaughter themselves.

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    • #3
      Caveat: You should probably pull out the non-black people dumb or poor enough to work at stores in those areas first:

      Originally posted by Steve Sailer
      But now we know from the security camera footage that the racial equality campaigners had gotten confused and torched the wrong store. Not surprisingly, the store run by the little South Asian or Arab man who was roughed up by Michael Brown is terrified that the Pogrom of Justice is coming for him next.
      The store owner definitely din't want no trouble:

      Former Ferguson resident Shaneis Hubbard used to work just a couple of doors down from the market and would visit it almost every day.

      She stopped by Friday to see for herself what the market would say about the surveillance video that allegedly caught Michael Brown stealing from the store, not long before he was killed. “Regardless of the petty crime he was allegedly involved in, nobody deserves to be gunned down like that, nobody; white, black, other, nobody,” she said.

      The store’s owners, through their attorney, sent the message that they want to stay as far away from the situation as possible. In fact, he said, even after the initial alleged theft, it was a customer who called police.

      “It’s not about them. They didn’t call the police, they didn’t ask the police to come and take the video,” said attorney Jay Kanzler. The attorney for a convenience store where a Missouri teenager allegedly stole cigars before he was shot by police says a customer, not store workers, called police. Now, the Ferguson Market owners are hoping the video won’t make them a target.
      What a lovely situation to find yourself in, and especially to impose on decent people who actually respond to open criminality by calling the police.

      Does Jesse the Racist have anything to say about crime reporting now?

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