"ALL CAPS IN DEFENSE OF LIBERTY IS NO VICE."

Wednesday, December 03, 2014

A BLACK MAN IS 20x MORE LIKELY TO BE KILLED BY A BLACK MAN THAN BY A COP.

IN 2012, 123 BLACKS WERE SHOT AND KILLED BY COPS.

IN 2012 - ACCORDING TO FBI STATISTICS, 8900  PEOPLE WERE MURDERED BY FIREARMS. 2600 WERE BLACK, AND 2400 OF THEM WERE MURDERED BY BLACKS. 90% WERE MURDERED BY ANOTHER BLACK MAN.

A BLACK MAN IS 20x MORE LIKELY TO BE KILLED BY A BLACK MAN THAN BY A COP.

TWICE AS MANY BLACKS ARE KILLED EACH MONTH BY OTHER BLACKS, THAN ARE KILLED BY COPS ALL YEAR.

WHEN A BLACK MAN SEES ANOTHER BLACK MAN APPROACH HIM ON A DARK STREET, HE SHOULD CROSS THE STREET.
3/10/96 
“There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.” 
- Jesse Jackson
WE CAN CERTAINLY ALWAYS IMPROVE OUR POLICE FORCES, AND SHOULD.
  • MAKING THEM AS DIVERSE AS THE COUNTY THEY SERVE IS FINE.
  • GIVING EACH COP A GO-PRO VIDEO CAMERA IS FINE.
AND WE CAN DO THINGS TO IMPROVE OUR CONFIDENCE IN GRAND JURIES - PERHAPS HAVING SPECIAL GRAND JURIES FOR COPS UNDER INVESTIGATION IN COUNTIES WITH RACIAL TENSIONS.

BUT THE REAL PROBLEM IS NOT "WHITE COP ON BLACK MALE" VIOLENCE.

THE REAL PROBLEM IS BLACK-ON-BLACK VIOLENCE.

IF THEY REALLY WANTED TO REDUCE BLACK MURDERS, THEN THE RACE-BAITERS WOULD BACK OFF THE COPS AND ADMIT THAT SERIOUSLY REDUCING BLACK MURDERS REQUIRES EXAMINING AND IMPROVING THINGS WITHIN THE BLACK COMMUNITY.


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Morgan Parker said...

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Morgan Parker said...

Yes, agreed 100%. Working on what is happening inside the black community is the only way to improve the situation.

But, the answer is NOT with a project to "stop blacks killing blacks", although that might be a good name for it. The answer is deeper. It involves getting the "crack" of food stamp and entitlement out of the black community. And, getting the black father back in the family.

I do not know how to do those things but those are the key things can help the black community.