Are Non-Whites Penalized More Harshly by the Justice System for the Same Crimes?
by Russell James
ARE non-Whites penalized more harshly by the US criminal justice system for the same crimes?
To the contrary, most evidence points to the fact that Whites are held to a much higher standard regarding crime than any other group. Crime is so rampant in some non-White communities that “minor” infractions, like the possession of small amounts of drugs or possession of unregistered firearms, without a license, are routinely overlooked by law enforcement. And “crimes” that are routinely enforced in majority-White communities, like traffic violations and jay-walking, are unheard of in America’s inner cities.
Entire categories of crimes, like “hate” crimes are selectively enforced, almost solely, against Whites, even though Whites are much more likely to be the victims of such crimes than the perpetrators of them. Jury nullification is so rampant in non-White communities (see the O.J. Simpson and Reginald Denny cases) that it is virtually impossible for prosecutors to gain a conviction against non-Whites if their victim is White.
A few years back, the Obama administration’s dismissal of a case involving Black Panthers, caught on video engaging in voter intimidation, vividly demonstrates the unequal enforcement of the laws. The White population, of entire states, is under a form of consent decree (the Voting Rights Act) forcing them to divulge to the federal government any changes to their voting practices, in order to prevent them from “intimidating” non-White voters, yet as that case shows, Blacks may intimidate White voters with impunity.
And finally, perhaps the most egregious area where Whites are discriminated against by the criminal justice system, is in the area of immigration. While non-Whites, from every nation on earth, are flooding into our nation in violation of our immigration law, it is only White Europeans who are routinely rounded up and sent back to their countries of origin for simple violations like missing a check-in or overstaying their visas.
Most of the alleged data supporting the propaganda that Blacks are punished more harshly by the criminal justice system seems to come from the fact that the propagandists are comparing apples to oranges. They point to the fact that there are more Blacks in prison, per capita, than there are Whites, but they never talk about the fact that when you compare crime rates of Whites to Blacks, the data show that, given the fact that there are far fewer White criminals, Whites are actually over-represented in our prison system.
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Source: The Foremost Problem