On the Blacks and Their Lies
by David Sims
YOU CAN’T imagine the nonsense that Political Correctness has some people believing. Or pretending to believe. I’ll try to explain it clearly, difficult though it will be due to the sheer outrageousness of the aforesaid pretenses.
Blacks have always been a race distinguished, very conspicuously, by their violence. Have you heard the expression “chip on the shoulder”? Most Blacks have chips on their shoulders. Blacks aren’t a courageous race; they haven’t produced their share of persons willing to defy long odds for a good cause. Instead, Blacks are savages, always looking to attack someone who can’t fight back, for an excuse to stomp on someone smaller than themselves, or to gang up on someone who is by himself.
That’s why urban areas with a high population density and high Black demographic percentages always, without exception, have higher rates for murder, rape, arson, assault, and robbery than anywhere else. Blacks are violent and crude by hereditary predilection, and no amount of ostensibly remedial socialism will ever change their basic nature.
But Blacks don’t like people noticing the worthlessness of their sadistic inner character, so they manufacture a torrent of lies to explain their violence in ways that make them seem blameless, or, indeed, seem to be victims of oppression.
In 2011, Black leaders in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania came up with one of these self-serving, bogus “explanations” in which, they said, the reason Blacks are so violent is that the media keep calling attention to episodes of Black violence. The theory is that drawing attention to Black crime causes more Black crime to happen, “which draws more attention, which creates more crime. And so on until Black crime is six, ten, 50, 100 times greater than White and Asian crime — where it is today.”
Mind you, this works only with Blacks. Calling attention to the crimes of other races doesn’t seem to have this vicious cycle of positive feedback.
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