Who’s to Blame for the State of Many Black Communities?

By Bill White

United States Attorney General Eric Holder made one thing very clear when he visited Ferguson, Missouri in early September: All that military equipment the government has been handing out for free to local police is to be used only on white folks.

As mobs of angry, poor blacks hurled Molotov cocktails at police and burned businesses, President Barack Hussein Obama and Holder intervened to stop Ferguson police from controlling crowds and made them face armed mobs unarmed and unarmored.

The disorder began after 18-year-old Michael Brown robbed a local convenience store and then was stopped by Ferguson police while wandering around through traffic. Brown tried to grab the sidearm of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who then shot and killed Brown. An unnamed witness has alleged that the fight for the gun had stopped and that Brown was trying to surrender when Wilson shot him, though the police say that Brown moved aggressively toward Wilson, which forced him to use deadly force on Brown.




 
 
 

The riots were the latest nonsense coming out of black communities, which have spent the past decade marching, looting and killing over the “right” of young black men to assault, rob and murder. This trend in the civil rights industry began in 2006 when a mob of black youths was arrested after trying to kill a white youth in Jena, Louisiana. Blacks marched in the streets and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the “right” of blacks to kill with no repercussions, claiming that their poverty and the fact that they are “disenfranchised” from society should put them above law and order.

In 2012, the movement coalesced around Trayvon Martin, a young burglar in Sanford, Florida. Martin assaulted George Zimmerman, a mixed race man of Latino and white heritage, who then shot and killed Martin.

While people should not be shot for obnoxious public behavior, black culture in America has become oriented around making a public nuisance of oneself and then challenging someone else to do something about it. Then, when someone reacts, a confrontation ensues, and the black male who was stumbling around intoxicated or driving around with a ridiculously loud stereo and making belligerent and threatening noises is shot and blacks riot, insisting that they have the “right” to be that way.

Ferguson has been a particular flashpoint. There is a continuing racial problem in St. Louis, Mo. Black neighborhoods in St. Louis comprise a little spot on a map of 90%-100% white communities. In the midst of St. Louis’s black areas is a dead zone of abandoned, ruined buildings and streets stalked by packs of poor, angry, unemployed youths.




These social ills come from the refusal of the liberal American multi-culturalist system to admit that peoples, races, ethnicities and nations are different and do not naturally mix into one people. The insane demand that racial differences be eliminated by forcing integration on people while simultaneously undermining America’s disempowered white working class leads inevitably to the anti-white violence seen in Ferguson.

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Bill White is a freelance journalist and publisher based in Virginia. He has also written articles for THE BARNES REVIEW (TBR) magazine. Bill is also the author of a new book entitled National Socialism: Yesterday & Today. Proceeds go to White’s legal defense fund.