According to Portland Community College’s Rut Martinez-Alicea, talking about black crime statistics is racist. Martinez-Alicea, who is a “SAFE Coordinator” at the college, was one of the first speakers to take part in “Whiteness History Month,” an education project examining race and racism through an exploration of the construction of whiteness, its origins and heritage”. In the video clip, a female member of the class explains how a social media meme based on the claim that “zero black women were raped or sexually assaulted by white men” makes her “want to throw up”. “That’s physically impossible… everything about this is a lie,” she claims, before going on to talk about the high number of white women who are raped by black men, asserting that “it doesn’t matter what color you are”. Martinez-Alicea responds by claiming that the meme contains “hidden messages” to communicate the notion that only white women deserve to be protected and that “blacks are being villainized”. The speaker then asserts that there is a “sexist bias” and a “race bias” in people discussing these statistics. However, the notion that black people in America are responsible for a disproportionately higher number of crimes is a statistical fact. As Conservative Headline reports, citing DOJ statistics, “According the Department of Justice, in 2005, 37,460 white women were raped by blacks. Other non-whites accounted for 21,852 rapes. About 57% of all white female victims of rape in 2005 were raped by a non-white. The number of black women and other women raped by white men that year is statistically zero in both category. That means there were “10 or fewer cases” reported.”
As Paul Joseph Watson previously discussed in his video, if we cannot even entertain the notion that blacks are responsible for a disproportionately higher number of crimes for fear of being called racist, despite the facts proving that very argument, how can we possibly begin to resolve the issue of police brutality within black communities Here are some more ‘racist’ facts that the politically correct media will never talk about.
– FACT: Despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks commit around half of homicides in the United States. DOJ statistics show that between 1980 and 2008, blacks committed 52% of homicides, compared to 45% of homicides committed by whites.
More up to date FBI statistics tell a similar story. In 2013, black criminals carried out 38% of murders, compared to 31.1% for whites, again despite the fact that there are five times more white people in the U.S.
– FACT: From 2011 to 2013, 38.5 per cent of people arrested for murder, manslaughter, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault were black. This figure is three times higher than the 13% black population figure. When you account for the fact that black males aged 15-34, who account for around 3% of the population, are responsible for the vast majority of these crimes, the figures are even more staggering.
– FACT: Despite the fact that black people commit an equal or greater number of violent crimes than whites, whites are almost TWICE as likely to be killed by police officers.
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control, between 1999 and 2011, 2,151 whites died as a result of being shot by police compared to 1,130 blacks. Critics argue that black people are overrepresented in these figures because they only represent 13% of the population, but they are underrepresented if you factor in violent crime offenders. In other words, you would expect the number of blacks and whites killed by police to be roughly equal given that they commit a roughly equal number of violent crimes, but that’s not the case. Whites are nearly 100% more likely to be victims. And what about black on white violence in general?
– FACT: Despite being outnumbered by whites five to one, blacks commiteight times more crimes against whites than vice-versa, according to FBI statistics from 2007. A black male is 40 times as likely to assault a white person as the reverse. These figures also show that interracial rape is almost exclusively black on white.
Even allowing for the existence of discrimination in the criminal justice system, the higher rates of crime among black Americans cannot be denied,” wrote James Q. Wilson and Richard Hernstein in their widely cited 1985 study, Crime and Human Nature. “Every study of crime using official data shows blacks to be overrepresented among persons arrested, convicted, and imprisoned for street crimes.”