Correcting the Black Victim Narrative

• Police chief demands Democrats, media, Black Lives Matter discuss black-on-black crime.

By John Friend —

The murder of five Dallas police officers in July and the recently convened Democratic National Convention have once again demonstrated the increasingly blatant anti-white double standards and biases on full display on a daily basis in mainstream American culture.

In the wake of the July 7 shooting purportedly carried out by United States military veteran and radical black activist Micah Xavier Johnson at a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Dallas, much of the discourse emanating from the left wing focused on the motivation of the alleged shooter, who was said to have been upset about the deaths of black men at the hands of white police officers.

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Shortly after the alleged event, Dallas Police Chief David Brown told the media that Johnson “was upset about the recent police shootings” and that he “wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.”

Assuming the veracity of the mainstream narrative of the purported massacre of Dallas police officers, Johnson’s actions fit the textbook definition of a so-called “hate crime,” which is a crime committed by a perpetrator motivated by racial, sexual, or some other prejudice.

Jamilah Lemieux, senior editor at Ebony magazine, a publication devoted specifically to the black community, appeared on CNN shortly after the attack. Despite Brown’s testimony that Johnson was explicitly targeting white police officers, Ms. Lemieux questioned whether or not the alleged massacre should be classified as a “hate crime.”

“When we use a phrase like ‘hate crime,’ we’re typically referring to crimes against people of color, people of various religious groups, LGBT people, people who have been historically attacked, abused or disenfranchised on the basis of their identity,” Ms. Lemieux stated during the CNN interview. “To now extend that to the majority group and a group of people that have a history with African-Americans that has been abusive, and we can apply that to either police officers or to Caucasians, I think gets into very tricky territory.”

According to the radical left as well as many supporters and members of the Democratic Party, “hate crimes” can only be perpetrated against ethnic and sexual minorities, regardless of the circumstances. Crimes committed against whites by other ethnic and racial groups have become increasingly publicized in recent years, making it difficult to ignore or downplay the reality that violent crime directed against whites is becoming more and more commonplace and, tragically, excused and even justified.

At the Democratic National Convention, which wrapped up July 28 with the official nomination of Hillary Clinton, members of Mothers of the Movement addressed the convention at length. Mothers of the Movement is comprised of relatives of black men killed by police, including the mothers of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin (not actually killed by a cop or by a white man), Michael Brown, and Sandra Bland.

Showing where their loyalty lies, Mrs. Clinton and the DNC are more concerned with pandering to ethnic minorities than supporting the men and women who enforce the rule of law and who are often smeared and demonized in the media. The radical and blatantly anti-white left, which has tremendous influence in the Democratic Party, has glorified thugs and criminals like Martin and Brown while demonizing courageous police officers operating in extremely dangerous and hostile environments.

There are some who are speaking out against the obvious anti-white double standards and the delusional fantasies of the radical left and Black Lives Matters movement. One such man is Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr., who is black.

Clarke has long been critical of the dysfunction and criminality prevalent in the black community generally, and the Black Lives Matters movement specifically.


While being interviewed recently on CNN, Clarke described the Black Lives Matters movement as being based on a “hateful ideology.” He pointed out that the media largely ignore the widespread prevalence of black-on-black crime, which poses more of a threat to average black men and women than do police officers.

Following a spate of publicity concerning the killings of black men at the hands of white police officers, white officers have become targets, Clarke noted.

“My message has been clear from two years ago—this anti-cop sentiment from this hateful ideology called ‘Black Lives Matter’ has fueled this rage against the American police officer—I predicted this two years ago,” Clarke stated on CNN. “This anti-police rhetoric sweeping the country has turned out some hateful things inside of people that are now playing themselves out on the American police officer.”

There can be no doubt that law enforcement has been militarized and poses a threat to many Americans, but Clarke is correct when it comes to the way police killings of black criminals are portrayed in the mainstream media.

Clarke demanded that the media report and discuss black-on-black crime, rather than focusing on alleged police brutality, which is often fictional and dishonestly hyped by the mass media, fueling the hatred of the Black Lives Matter movement.

“Let’s have a conversation about the black-on-black crime which kills more black males, which is a threat to more black males in the United States, than law enforcement officers,” Clarke said.

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John Friend is a California-based writer who maintains a blog.

3 Comments on Correcting the Black Victim Narrative

  1. To say the words black lives matter is a racially divided country in itself, and a house divided cannot stand, never has and never will. If one were to say American lives matter, or all lives mater it would be a statement of unification, one that could be supported by all, however, the only thing BLM has done for America is to have made more Americans feel the divide and run toward their own. It goes without saying this ignited the KKK, perhaps that was the intent of the BLM, or they are in fact unemployed under educated non Americans wishing to destroy this country from within. I would submit that racism breeds racism, therefore, the BLM must embrace the raising up of the KKK as a real product of their actions and racism. While I do not have a racist bone in my body, and do not condone anything or any entity that is solely for anyone other than simply American, common sense tells me that other races will counter BLM with hate groups they can call their own. We the American people need to give no weight or merit to any group that is singularly aligned based on race, that defines a bigot.
  2. Having communicated with “those in charge” who say “they’re not in charge” and having documented a complete set of facts about the Black Lives Matter movement, I have much say.

    The BLM founders recently wrote that they didn’t want our group in Pittsburgh to be a part of their network because our focus is “ENDING GUN VIOLENCE IN PITTSBURGH!”

    The BLM Founder explained: “their focus is centered on the leadership and experiences of black, queer and transgender women and gender non-conforming people.” Is their efforts really a “fight for gay and transgender rights.”

    Thereafter, they staged BLM events in Pittsburgh with “a majority white, gay and lesbians group that joined together with local political sellouts.” It was clearly an effort to upstage what we have been doing for more than two (2) years.

    Nonetheless, this new “AGENDA” appears to be exactly the ideological errors critics identify as proof that the “moral crusade” lacks the ability and competency to lift things to the next level.


    To be taken seriously by policymakers the new “AGENDA” should have been more focused and less “wild-eyed.”

    They are demanding everything but the basic fundamentals necessary to address impoverish black neighborhoods and the black boys and girls struggling to survive (epidemic gun violence, excessively high unemployment, low skill levels, abject poverty, and the like).

    For some reason the media and political establishment allows just the uninformed and most belligerent to do the talking for the BLM movement.

    Again, these BLM leaders who say they are not BLM leaders, are benefiting financially by taking advantage of our local BLM issues. They show up at the local demonstration with no plan, no vision, no centralized platform and could care less about local black lives.

    However, as the “BLM network” recognized by the national media they are given financial support to promote “the leadership and experiences of black, queer and transgender women and gender non-conforming people,” and not the issues important to local BLM groups.

    Todd Elliott Koger
    (Local Organizer of BLM Activity in Pittsburgh for more than two years)
    P.O. BOX 8149
    Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15217

  3. Matthew 23:33-36

    Which creatures have committed most of the murders and other crimes, described in the above?

    The brood which alone murdered Christ was described as dark-skinned, part Negroid, part other DNA anti-Semites (anti-pure white people) by all which lived then and which were eyewitnesses.

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