Skip to comments.Grievance Industry Outlook: Blacks are 12.5% of our population, but they commit 49% of our homicides
Posted on 07/16/2013 8:09:17 AM PDT by SeekAndFind
Trayvon Martin was killed by a single round from George Zimmerman's Kel-Tec 9mm, fired from an intermediate distance (1-18 inches) while Trayvon Martin was beating Zimmerman MMA style.
This incident took place on the evening of February 26, 2012.
A moment in time pounced upon by the U.S. mainstream media, the nation's venomous and perpetual Grievance Industry and the current Administration. Producing an avalanche of politically correct opinion, judicial malfeasance, political arm twisting, calls for vengeance, threats, intimidation and under the table maneuverings among political players.
The resulting hypocrisy is nothing less than staggering. It is eye opening to compare the Zimmerman ordeal to other notable acts of violence during the same period of time.
Between February 12, 2012 and the Verdict -
Chicago: 2012: February through December 500 homicides.
Virtually all young black men near to the same profile as Trayvon Martin. 2013: By the beginning of July the city already had 200 homicides. 2,670 people shot for a total of 7.3 gunshot victims every day.
Grievance Industry? (crickets)
Mainstream Media? (crickets)
Notable U.S. City homicide rates - 2011 Stats
1. New Orleans - 199 homicides
2. Detroit - 411 homicides
3. St. Louis - 113 homicides
4. Baltimore - 217 homicides
5. Philadelphia - 331 homicides
In comparison to the George Zimmerman coverage?
Grievance Industry? (crickets)
Mainstream Media? (crickets)
The percentage of urban homicides in terms of Race Politics is heavily weighted to black deaths. While George Zimmerman is forced to stand trial, black on black crime is an epidemic.
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A black secretary I worked with forwarded on some mail recently, along with the news that her daughter had a baby.
She’s not married, living with her mother. The father is an early-release parolee. I was unable to congratulate them.
400 years to get their ‘feet under them,’ but still struggling. And DC wonders why we’re do adamant about admitting another 20-30 million strong underclass.
Re the test you linked: They missed a big black eye for Clinton in that he sent troops to protect white Muslims in Bosnia but did nothing while nearly a million black people were hacked to death in Rwanda.
another article posted on this topic tried to explain away the level of “black on black” violence by making too much of the facts that while 93% of black murder victims are victims of another black, 86% of white murder victims are victims of another white - those similarities IGNORE that the scale of “black on black” violence is simply altogther HIGHER by any measure
other blacks are the primary victims of violence committed by a black person, and because the incidence of violence by a black perp is altogether diproportionately higher than other demographic segments, black on black violence is higher - a greater statistical possibility - than is violence within some other racial/ethnic demographic segment
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Holder called us cowards and said we refuse to confront the issue of race in America. Let’s have that conversation now.
We can begin by pointing out what Black America has done to themselves and us. Nobody forced them to take the deal that the Devil offered at the Crossroads (Lyndon Johnson’s “Great” society that rewarded immorality). Now 80% of black children are born out of wedlock and, as you pointed out, young black men have become feral predators.
I’d feel a hell of a lot more sorry for them, if Blacks as a group took any responsibility for where they are today. Instead, they are calling us racists and demanding that we meekly turn over more of our stuff (or the beatings and riots will continue).
The sad thing is, until they recognize their culpability and faults and commit to changing for the better, we are all all doomed to more of the same. I also fear the worse is yet to come.
The actual figures are less than 3% of the population. And then you have remove from that number the law abiding decent ones, the ones already locked up, overseas in the military, in a hospital or otherwise incapacitated. We a left with a very violent and criminally prolific group.
We're a sneaky bunch.
When will someone ask...
Did Lyndon Johnson's Great Society Destroy the Black Family and Male Role models?
* How many Blacks did Roe V Wade take from their community and us, how many good fathers were never born?
* Was LBJ's Great Society an extension of the Kennedy Term and how many of these Ideas were JFK's and his brothers?
Until we go their, and we all examine these questions and answer them with candor no matter how much melatonin in our skin, we are doomed to continue to stay in this quagmire we are in.
These facts are why I’m tired of hearing family say they could be TM when its more likely they could be the victim of another black.
Fantasy is trumping reality for many blacks who pretend its the 1950s!
btt the truth
If more people had “profiled” in Cleveland three young ladies wouldn’t have been held prisoner for years. But the government, the liberals, the race baiters all have made people afraid to get involved.
If you narrow it down even further: black males aged 15-35 and you have about 5% of the population responsible for almost 50% of the murders. Youre a fool if you DONT profile young black men dressed like thugs, especially if they are in groups.
More like two or three percent.
Of course they are. After decades of endless grievance and special favors like welfare and affirmative action, they pretty much run the cities they live in and poverty, violence, deplorable education systems decaying infrastructure are worse than they have ever been. That has GOT to be some creepy-ass crackas fault.
Question for Sharpton and Jackson:
Name the city in the US or country in Africa that improved and prospered after blacks assumed power and control.
Look at Haiti.
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