Blacks in North Charleston, South Carolina can't stop killing each other.
And shooting each other.
And robbing each other.
Basically, they can't stop being indecent to each other.
But, you aren't supposed to notice this, because pattern recognition of black criminality only causes the institutions of laws to protect white people from being exposed to this reality egalitarians explain away as a lingering vestige of white supremacy or slavery. Or is it white privilege or systemic bias?
In 2008, police instituted "saturation patrols" to try and institute law and order within the black community.
But in an era of Black Lives Matter, it was castigated as racist and an antiquated manner in dealing with crime - since it unfairly targeted blacks, the only people committing crimes - so it was scrapped.
Even though black people are the only people doing the killing in the Charleston area, it would be insidious if "community policing" in the region still targeted blacks. [After North Charleston records 32 of tri-county area's 77 homicides, deadliest year in memory sparks search for answers, Post and Courier, 1-7-2017]
Which brings us to the most honest assessment of the black community being found in a black newspaper no white man was ever supposed to read. [Local Murder Rate On Track To Outpace 2016 – Black Community Remains Silent, The Chronicle, 4-19-17]:
A home invasion occurred and two teenagers were shot in the leg in North Charleston this week. Last weekend two murders in the city were reported. Already in the first quarter of 2017 there have been 11 homicides in North Charleston hinting at another record year in the number of murders in the city. There only have been 16 homicides in Charleston County so far this year and none in the City of Charleston.
Last year North Charleston ranked as the nation’s leading city for murders per capita 1,000 populations. This time last year there had been only nine murders in North Charleston. Still by June the city was ranked as having one of the nation’s highest murder rates with 15 murders by the end of June. That statistic likely also may be surpassed.
Forty-five minutes into the New Year, the first murder of 2017 in North Charleston was committed. By May 30 there had been 14 homicides in North Charleston. The city finished the year with 32 homicides, the most in two decades.
Black communities suffer disproportionately from the commission of homicides.
The perpetrators also are Black. All but two of the city’s 2017 homicide victims are Black prompting one police official to ask, “Where are Black leaders? If these murders were being committed by the Klu Klux Klan or by the police, can you imagine the outrage? But we’re killing ourselves and nobody’s saying anything.”
Black male role models are absent in the lives of young Black boys, the police official said. As a participant in a regular elementary school lunch activity, he said white females are present, Black females are present and white males are present.
But only two other Black males in addition to him ever are present.
At a welcome back to school event after Charleston County School students returned to a local elementary school Monday, only three Black males participated.
Two of them were employees at the school. One of the Black male participants noted the school is located within only a few blocks of several Black churches. “I guarantee there are at least five churches surrounding that school. The deacons and men of those churches should've been there,” he said.
In a previous interview Black Lives Matter Charleston spokesman Muhiyyidin D’baha in part said, “We are hurting. Who do we hold accountable? Who is responsible? Not in the sense that we point fingers in blame - but where are those who can respond to the pain, confusion, desperation, and conflicts our youth are finding themselves in? Why haven’t adequate resources been set aside to demonstrate the value of our Youths lives? It’s our nephews and nieces who are being killed, our brothers and sisters we are losing.”This isn't our problem, black people killing blacks.
Trying to bestow upon the black community white concepts of law and order (via saturation policing) only causes inflamed tension and hysteria, because the latter demands the former adapt the norms governing western civilization, abandoning those concepts perpetuating Africa-in-America.
But you can't fight nature.
White people owe blacks nothing, absolutely nothing.
Reading their newspapers is a reminder of the failure of blacks to assimilate to our civilization and the standards we have set. There is no reason we should abandon our civilization and our posterity to assimilate to their world.
We owe our posterity the gift of liberty, not the liability of being forced to endure the tyranny of feeling sorry for the plight of blacks (who they themselves are responsible for creating and perpetuating).