The Media On Black Mob Attacks: Where Were They When John Derbyshire Got Fired?

Written by Donald Joy on November 27, 2013

Beat Whitey Night, Polar Bear Hunting, The Knockout Game…it’s about time the major media began to scratch the surface of this long-occurring practice.

It is, after all, merely the internet-video-driven, plainly visible tip of a much larger and deeper iceberg, which has been around for many years.

We can argue endlessly about the causes of it, but the fact remains that for several decades, blacks have been statistically far more likely to do horrible violence to non-blacks than the other way around.  But you’d be unlikely to know that unless you get your intelligence from somewhere other than establishment information sources.

Those official and gate-keeping sources have based their operations on a determined political agenda.  Thereby, they have largely deceived our society over the years with politically-correct editorial(not to mention advertising, entertainment, legislative, and personnel) policies, and have convinced so many that the narrative of contemporary race relations is still almost exclusively one of whites oppressing blacks in various ways.

Their messages have been mainly oriented around dynamics of unceasing grievance and compensation for such.

The real, up-to-date story is different.  And now, alternative media sources have finally started to prevail, and drive the truth to the surface of the public’s consciousness.

That truth has to do with widespread racial/social terrorism waged by blacks.

The mainstream media can no longer avoid addressing the public distress and safety concerns over racially-motivated black mob violence.

Even though they’re still mainly succeeding in avoiding talking about overall black violent crime(except for a brief pass during frenzied peak of the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman episode earlier this year) including murder, rape, and robbery, they are finally, after years of only us bloggers covering it, actually doing reporting on “the knockout game” as if it’s some kind of new thing.

Fine; we’ll take it.  Better late than never, eh?

To see CNN–forced to follow FOX’s also rather tardy lead, of course–so very belatedly and reluctantly have a panel discussion featuring a guest and hosts who specifically acknowledge that it is strictly groups of young black males who are attacking mostly white and sometimes Asian and Jewish random, innocent victims, targeting them for savage and sometimes deadly beatings, is quite a breakthrough, actually.

The CNN panel could not evade the true, racial nature of the issue, although the approach was extremely cautious and delicately, gingerly made.  Watching the recorded segment, I cheered.

John Derbyshire is probably cheering a bit, too.  But perhaps not as much as some–or, maybe it’s more than some.

In April of 2012, Derbyshire(known affectionately to his fans and friends as “Derb”), a well-established author, wrote an article titled,”The Talk: Nonblack Version” in the online journal Taki’s Mag.  The article is mainly about the comparatively higher likelihood of blacks to do violence to non-blacks.  It included his honest personal assessment as to the reasons for the phenomenon, and advice to his bi-racial (Amerasian) children about how to avoid being victims of black attackers/crime.

His frankness and precise, genteel, well-articulated yet highly un-PC opining cost him considerably:  He was dramatically, publicly fired from his job at another, more prominent journal, National Review Online, by NRO’s editor Rich Lowry.  Accompanying the abrupt firing, Lowry even published a statement condemning Derbyshire’s article as unacceptably racist and contemptible, etc.

You can easily find the article itself by Googling its title and Derbyshire’s name.  It’s essentially a candid essay which arose in the early days of the roiling furor over the then-developing Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman controversy.

For his article, Derb decided to “flip the script” and co-opt, in reverse, what many black commentators publicly describe as “The Talk” which they say they believe is necessary for black adults to have at some point with black children, about how careful/mindful of injustices and inequities they ought to be while growing up and living in what their parents/adult advisers see as the often hostile and oppressive white-dominated society of America.

Derb’s “The Talk: Nonblack Version” is destined to become an internet classic; it is extremely well-written and a refreshing, intellectually jolting and honest take on race relations from an unusual angle.  It is a valuable example of an earnest warning from a white parent to his non-black children about how to protect themselves in the post-forced-busing era.  There is no “hate” to be found in it, only caveats and balanced, sober, succinct scientific social analysis coupled with parental concern.

Derbyshire admonishes that blacks are, as citizens, to be seen as fully equal to any other people as far as rights and extending civil courtesies go, but that certain realities have to be taken into account as one ventures the vagaries of modern life.

So now that the brilliantly coifed and showcased talking heads on people’s TV screens throughout the land are finally getting around to notifying the public about the dangers of young black males and the random, unprovoked, racially-oriented wildings and slaughters they sometimes suddenly launch against innocent non-blacks, do you suppose National Review Online’s Rich Lowry will publicly apologize to John Derbyshire?  Offer to give him his job back?

I already know the answer to the rhetorical question I posed in the title of this column.  Now that I see where they are regarding starting to actually report on the phenomenon of black racial terrorism on our nation’s streets, I demand to see John Derbyshire as an honored and respected guest on CNN.  You should too.  We all should demand it.

We and Derb deserve it.

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.