The Department of Justice reports that approximately 8,000 blacks were murdered in the United States in 2005. In one year, that’s exactly double the total number of American military deaths during the entire five years of the war in Iraq; in one year, that’s 10 times the average number of American military deaths per year since the start of the war.
A recent study by the Bureau of Justice Statistics at the Department of Justice shows that blacks committed murders in 2005 at a rate seven times higher than whites.
The vast majority of those 8,000 black murders in 2005 were intraracial — black victims being killed by other blacks. Similarly, Justice Department statistics covering the years 1976 through 2005 show that 94 percent of black murder victims were killed by blacks, and 86 percent of white murder victims were killed by whites.
I wonder if Obama ever considered the negative impact on young blacks from listening to these hateful and anti-white tirades. It’s not as if Obama is blind to the influence of hate speech. When Don Imus made one careless remark about black female athletes, Obama was among the first to call for his firing. Fines and a temporary suspension weren’t enough. Obama said he wanted Imus silenced so that his young daughters never had to hear such language.
Does Obama think it’s good for his daughters and the black community when black leaders increase the black community’s level of anger, defeatism, paranoia, cynicism, negativity and pessimism? Does he think it’s good to jack up the level of the resentment and racism in a community that’s already overdosed on rage and victimhood?
And we need more ranting and raving, more boiling with rage?
Does Obama think it improves matters when black leaders tell blacks that they’re poor, sick, jailed or hooked on drugs because of a government plot? Does it help to fix things if the choir is singing “The devil made me do it,” the white devil?
“The government lied about inventing the HIV virus as a means of genocide against people of color,” Rev. Wr