- Aug 25, 2021
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- E. 10th NYC
You show out of context quotes, and you take them deliberately out of context. The truth is that the police are arresting people at precisely the SAME rates that they are being named the suspect for crimes by the Victims and the Witnesses to crimes (mostly Black victims and witnesses). If that was off, then those numbers would be off when investigated. Interestingly, I found that innocent White people were being targeted in Minnesota when I was investigating the Floyd case and the city he lived in. Here are the Stats....The point of racism is being able to kill blk people AND walk free.
So guys who think like this
Now, look at Minnesota’s crime statistics (where of course the Floyd case too place). In Minnesota, I found that, though blacks are only 19 percent of the population there, they commit 69 percent of all violent crime (Rape, murders, Assaults), and though White people are 63 percent of the population, they committed just 15 percent of the violent crimes. Blacks were 16 TIMES more likely to shoot somebody and they were 9.7 TIMES more likely to rape-murder-assault somebody than Whites and Hispanics Combined!
One other thing to note when you look at the Minnesota stats--Compare the numbers of Blacks arrested to the numbers that they are named suspects by the victims and witnesses of the crime there. They are nearly identical, which proves that the cops are arresting the right people without bias. Furthermore, although only 7 percent of the overall crime perps were identified as whites, 15 percent of the arrests are of white people. That’s more than twice as many! Does this mean the police are prejudiced against whites?! You must admit that at least in Minnesota, the cops are harassing innocent White people, not Blacks.
Disproportionate, lopsided statistics on violence like this are seen all over the county.
Any real and honest discussion of policing, violence, race, and even interracial violence needs to come from a place of fact and not just through the filter of "social Justice," which seems to attempt obfuscation of the truth.