The Unsavory Truth About Violent Young Blacks & the Media

By now, many readers have seen the recent school bus video showing a bunch of black teenage drug-dealers savagely beating and stomping a 13-year-old white boy, breaking his arm and causing him other injuries, while the older black male bus driver stands right there and does nothing but watch (while radioing in vain to dispatch for help, which of course cannot possibly come in time).

Incidents of black-on-white violence like this have been epidemic in our society for years, but you wouldn’t know it if you get your information from the establishment media.

Unfortunately for everyone, and contrary to what those holding most positions of power in our society would have you know, black males–especially younger ones–are extremely more likely than members of other demographic groups to be violent criminals who attack, rob, and even murder, for a few dollars or merely for sport.

According to FBI statistics, including Uniform Crime Reports and National Crime Victimization Surveys from across the country, young black males commit upwards of 50% of all murders and other violent crime in the United States.  This is despite their representing only about 3% of the country’s entire population.

In 2010, young blacks committed homicide at nearly 14 times the rate young whites did.

Blacks are 39 times more likely to commit a violent crime against whites than vice-versa, and 136 times more likely to commit a robbery.

Even though many in our society are already aware of these facts, the media and authorities are engaged in such a politically-correct coverup of the extent of the situation that there are still those millions and millions of brainwashed liberals who rush to join the hand-wringing over the number of black men in prison, alleging that such is the result of “institutional racism” in our criminal justice system, and endlessly bemoaning “the perpetuation of negative stereotypes” about black males.

Nowhere is it discussed on CNN, or ABC, or in the New York Times or People magazine, the phenomenon practiced by so many young black males known as “the knockout game” or “knockout king”–a widespread, sometimes deadly game wherein a group of young blacks stealthily approach a random, unsuspecting white or sometimes Asian person in a public place, and one or more of the group suddenly punching their victim in the face/head as hard as they can, to see if they can knock them unconscious, and thereby achieve “street cred” and bragging rights among their peers.

Often, the mob beatings aren’t merely simple sucker-punch attacks, but take the form of all-out melees in which victims are struck with objects, stomped, and kicked in the face and head repeatedly by numerous, swarming “youths.”  Incidents sometimes feature random, innocent motorists being dragged out of their cars and beaten to a bloody pulp by large crowds of young blacks.

Then of course are the frequent, disturbing videos and reports of school bus attacks, wherein blacks often gang up on a solitary, defenseless white kid and beat/disfigure him or her mercilessly on the ride home, usually accompanied by official indifference, and outright rallying to the side of the attackers by members and leaders of the black “community.”

Back in 2006, instead of being seen as criminals representing a failed subculture of violence and social breakdown, the “Jena Six” were treated as heroes by broader black society and by the white Left.  Two of the them were brought onstage at the annual Black Entertainment Television Hip-Hop Awards show to a standing ovation, personally presenting Kanye West with the Video of the Year award.

About the author: Donald Joy

Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.

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