Obama’s Race Wars–
Instead of stoking rage and making empty promises at the annual NAACP convention today, Eric Holder should have been calling for peace.
Matt Quain poses for a portrait at his home on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011, a few days after he was attacked, part of the “knockout game” by black youths. (Photo by Johnny Andrews, firstname.lastname@example.org)
The latest FBI statistics show that violent attacks on whites have increased by 18% from 2010 to 2011. At the same time, violent crimes against blacks only increased by 2 percent.
Daniel Greenfield at FrontPage reported on this back in October of 2012.
DOJ: Violent Attacks on Whites Increased %18
Those would be troubling numbers with any group, or any other racial group anyway, but the Department of Justice’s statistics show that violent crimes against White non-Hispanics increased 18 percent from 2010 to 2011.
This increased cannot be put down to an across the board increase in violent crimes, because during that same period, violent crimes against blacks only increased by 2 percent.
Serious Violent Crimes against whites, such as rape and murder, increased by 13 percent. Serious Violent Crimes against blacks within that same period increased by only 4 percent.
Crimes directed at men significantly jumped by 27 percent in that same period suggesting that white men have suffered a major jump in attacks within that year.
Crimes against Hispanics jumped by 42 percent, however Serious Violent Crimes against Hispanics only increased by 7 percent.
The two age groups with the highest increases were the elderly, whose victimization rates increased by 48 percent and the 18-24 group, whose rates went up by 45 percent. The numbers however become truly disturbing when we look at Serious Violent Crimes where the rates of victimization for the elderly went up 91 percent.
One local St. Louis teen claimed to have knocked out over 300 people in the “game.”
More… Holder also forgot to mention the disproportionate amount of crime committed by blacks in America.
Any candid debate on race and criminality in this country would have to start with the fact that blacks commit an astoundingly disproportionate number of crimes. African-Americans constitute about 13% of the population, yet between 1976 and 2005 blacks committed more than half of all murders in the U.S. The black arrest rate for most offenses—including robbery, aggravated assault and property crimes—is typically two to three times their representation in the population.