As it is, Black people (who are approximately 12.7% of the population) commit over 45% of the crime....and bitch because more black men are in prison than whites.....Black men are, by my math, 6% of the population of the US....
Blacks get 34% of the welfare dollars spent....(remember, 12.7% of the population)...Most of which is paid for by white folks. (SNAP is another matter, Can't find decent verifiable statistics, but it appears that that 12% of the population gets over 35% of SNAP too)
In other words, Black people get a significantly higher percentage of
So do these Black Lives Matter and other folks stirring the pot really think that they can get more for "their" people by making more trouble? Don't they see the backlash that is growing? Do they really think that their causes will be better served when white people have had enough?
Make no mistake, I know many black people who I respect, who work hard just like my white friends....Who are decent people...Law abiding, classy, decent moral and just plain good folks. Their only difference from other of my friends is a bit more melanin and curlier hair..... They aren't the ones having trouble with the cops, they aren't the ones rioting and protesting and shit...(they have jobs and families and such that take up their time).
But these troublemakers...really, do they think that this shit is gonna make their perceived plight better? (not that their lives are all that bad...I mean, they have the same chance to make bad choices as the rest of us, they just make those bad choices when most of us decent folks choose not to....and they live better than the majority of people in other countries even in their "poverty" and despite the white man "Oppressing" them....)
Do they really think they are going to make the average white guy think better of them for this racial shit? Make Joe and Jane Whitebred trust black people more? Make them welcome them into their non integrated neighborhood? Want to have them in their towns?
Trust me, it won't.
Yeah, I guess this proves I am racist to some folks....I think I am, instead, a realist.