When was the last time you heard about black on white violence? White on black violence makes the major headlines for weeks and attempts to propagandize us to think that “all whites” are bad and “all” blacks are good rather than accepting that violence has to do with character…not the color of one’s skin. It is done to try and divide us into antagonistic groups so we won’t pay attention to what our leaders are doing that will enslave ALL of us. It is a diversion.
Sadly, the under-reporting of black on white crime can have the undesirable affect of encouraging it, especially when you add the reluctance to prosecute such cases due to fear of being labeled as “racist”. Just look at the New Black Panther party intimidation tactics at voting polls that the DOJ refuses to prosecute. I notice that our President won’t speak out against that violence either.
We need to report ALL crimes, not selective ones. We need to prosecute ALL crimes, not selective ones. We need to disregard color, religion, financial status. This was a group of teens who beat a man to near death.
Please read the article linked below. I hope it sickens and shocks you as much as it did me. I am grateful to the citizens who called the police. They were black, by the way, and apparently as against this violence as I would hope ALL of us are!
Violence is ugly and it makes no difference the color of the attackers or the victims. If beating a white man is not “racist”, then why is beating a black man “racist”? Most crimes are simply not an issue of race. I don’t deny that there are rare instances of race being a criteria, but there are a lot of crimes that are called racist which prove not to be when you really look at the evidence. They are simply opportunistic and the victim who happened to provide the opportunity was of another color. White on white and black on black crimes don’t get nearly the coverage, if they get coverage at all.
The saddest part of this is the motivation…being ‘bored’…and the lack of any sense of wrongdoing or remorse. THAT is what is scary!
From the article:
WND previously reported on research conducted on the reasons teens participate in “flash mobs” and other mob-like activity. Researchers from the Kansas City Area Education Research Consortium suggested the incidents stemmed from boredom.
Researcher Brian Houston told WND, “My grandmother used to tell me that ‘idle hands are the devil’s tool,’ and I’ve found that this applies to all youth – and adults – irrespective of class, race, religion.”
Some of the teen participants in the KC-AERC study told researchers that they engaged in “flash mobs” that often turn violent “to express themselves,” “to get their name up” and “to be remembered.” The researchers also cited another participant who said they wanted to “provoke older people and make havoc.”