- Jul 8, 2008
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"culture"Well, I have the answer.I am 83 years old.
I have lived all those years here in California.
Like other people, I have met some really nice people of the ethnicity under consideration.
But even in the 1950s, an unusually large proportion of that ethnicity's youth had a fearsome reputation (this was well before the drug scourge had started). Fortunately, my family had the money to send me to a private school so that I would not have to attend our local high school.
Like many other people, I have often asked myself why said ethnicity commits more violent crime than do the other ethnicities (remember that supposedly they make up only 13 percent of the population). Of course, I do not have the answer. I think that one reason is deep, deep anger passed on from generation to generation in that ethnicity's families. (I will not touch other possibilities with a ten-foot pole.)
It profoundly saddens me that this situation never seems to get better. It is truly our Achilles' heel.
It’s culture. Blacks murder more because of culture.
How to fix that is the difficult task. Starts with a leader that can mentor.
You're onto something here...
Truth is that "black experiment" has failed. Not because of white culture, or white privilege, or white racism. The fundamental problem is that American black culture has evolved into unfixable and crime ridden mess. Normally, people would meet half way, but blacks refuse to adapt, or change, but expect others to tolerate their violence and tribal behavior. Those who refused to live together, to educate themselves, those who always blame others for their own failures, they have become socially incompatible with other races by their own design, not because of the racism of the others, but by their own hatred of non-blacks, and hatred of blacks who refused to be like them. They don't understand that white people aren't "out to get" black people, they're just exhausted with them, they're exhausted by the social pathologies, the violence, the endless complaints, and the blind racial solidarity, the bottomless pit of grievances, the excuses, and the reflective animosity.