Saturday, October 1, 2016


 And it's not because of skin color.

One way to find the answer to the question is to conduct an experiment;

Let's take the population of Greenwich CN and relocate them Gary IN and ship Gary's population to Greenwich.

And then let's see what happens to the crime rate.

We would quickly discover that crime is not about race or nationality but about wealth and poverty.

In America, despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks committed half of homicides in the United States for nearly 30 years. DOJ statistics show that between 1980 and 2008, black people committed 52% of homicides. In 2013, black criminals committed 38% of the murders. Whites accounted for just 31 percent.

Now, again, I acknowledge that these are statistics and, as such, can be manipulated to say what the person creating them wants to say – I didn’t create them by the way I found them.

It appears, however you view these statistics whether in the USA or Britain that black people are clearly more likely to be involved in crime.

Oddly, I would estimate that approximately 4% of my pals are black. None of them have ever been involved in criminal activity. Perhaps I’ve just had the good fortune to meet the nice ones?

Anyway. To sum up:

It appears that, statistically speaking, more black people are criminals than white people.

These statistics are clearly racist and colour prejudiced and the politically correct will, no doubt, have palpitations reading such awful things said about black people.
Black Crime Rates: What Happens When Numbers Aren't Neutral | Huffington Post